Cameroon vehicles market reported a shy recovery in 2019. Indeed, full-year sales have been 3.279, up 4% from the previous year. Toyota kept dominating - holding over half of the market - with a wide gap over Renault and Nissan, both standing below 250 annual sales.
Cameroon vehicles market was stable in the 2018, registering 3.152 sales (+1.2%). Toyota held the more than half of the market, with 1.675 sales, followed by Nissan and Renault with almost 200 units sold.
Cameroon vehicles market keeps to be populated at 95% by import of used cars. In the 2017, albeit the economy was among the best in the CEMAC region, new vehicles sales have lost 16%. Toyota holds over 50% of market share.
Cameroon vehicles industry in the 2016 recovered 15% after the previous year shortfall, still standing at 5% of total vehicles imported in the country, but new rules can change the perspectives from January 2017.
Cameroon Car Market is still without a growing propellent and in the last three years was stable below the 4.000 units, albeit the country is reporting improvement in several economic sectors and the level of infrastructures is better than in others african countries.