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Angola. In 2019 auto sales declined by 15%

Angola vehicles market in 2019 reported a double-digit drop. Indeed, the Full-year ended at 10.737 units sold (-15%). Toyota consolidated the market, with impressive performances scored by the Fortuner and the Land Cruiser, holding near 40% of market share.

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Angola. In 2018 the market fell down at 12.636 units

Angola vehicles market has dramatically dropped again in 2018 when sales fell at 12.636, with the recession still in place. Toyota held the market crown with over 38% of share, ahead of Hyundai and Suzuki.

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Angola 2017. Market down 49%

Angola vehicles market has lost 49% in the 2017 keeping the unprecedented fall due to the long and deep recession in which the country dropped. Toyota lost 83% and the leadership, actually taken by the Italian Fiat.

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Angola Auto Sales 2016

Angola 2016. Sales collapsed 62%, the highest lost ever: Fiat Panda, the new star

Angola Auto Sales 2016 reported the deepest lost ever collapsing by 62 percent and falling at the lowest since 2008, hit by miserable economy performance. Just arrived, Fiat ranked second with the Panda best-selling.

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Angola 2015. Auto market lost half of volume

Angola Vehicles Market in 2015 lost half of volume involved in the deepest economic crisis of the last 15 years. Following sixth years of steady growth, the auto market really collapsed resulting one of the worse worldwide.

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Angola Car Market Outlook 2014

In 2013 the car market in Angola reported an increase from the previous year remaining well below expectations and government objectives. Despite a strong GDP increase, the inequal income distribution is curbing consumer's demand and car market potential.

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