Pakistani Vehicles Sales strongly decline in April, losing in double-digit (-24.9%) with 19.909 units. Suzuki, even if on top, falls faster than the market. The worst result is scored by Hino, while Toyota contains its fall thanks to Toyota Corolla (+13.6%).
Pakistani Vehicles Sales grew 6.9% in 2018 with a second consecutive year of gain, breaking the quarter-million threshold, ending at 264.442. Suzuki kept the lead of the market with over 50% of market share, while JAC joined the battlefield.
Pakistan Auto Sales boomed in the 2017 increasing over 18% and hitting the new all time record. Suzuki dominates the market with over 50% of market share, but Honda was the fastest growing brand, after launching the new BR-V.
Pakistan Auto Market 2016 fell down following the previous year outstanding score while standing over the 0.2 million units level. The huge sales potential is limited by the government restrictions on importing cars.
Pakistan Vehicles Sales in May 2016 was fickle and lost in double-digit. Suzuki still over 50 percent of share despite the Ravi has lost over 50% falling in 5th place. Toyota Corolla was the best-selling model.
Pakistan Vehicles Market in Q1 2016 was again the best ever. However, following the new best sales month scored in January with over 21.000 units the market pushed the breaks. Suzuki over 50% of market share.
Pakistan vehicles sales in 2015 celebrates the New All Time Record, first time above the 200.000 units thanks to a roaring sales speed fueled by macroeconomic stability and positive perspectives.
Pakistan new cars market is up 56% this year running to a new all-time record very near to the 200.000 units. The market performance is absolutely above any expectations and only partially supported by economic figures.
Pakistan vehicles sales surged 59% in first half 2015 supported by private consumption and fixed investment. All data on sales by groups, brands and models reported here confirm Suzuki domination.
Thanks to December rush the Pakistan Vehicle Market was up in the 2014 albeit the deep loss scored in the first half. Great news for Japanese carmakers that are dominating the market, with Suzuki share at 53%.
A new robust performance for Pakistan Car Market in November, up 22.4% from year ago. The market performed over 20% y.o.y. in the last three months. The last generation of Toyota Corolla continued to push up sales.
Pakistan automotive market recovers in September thanks to the last generation of Toyota Corolla launch. Following the harsh start of fiscal year, the market finally is recovering. See all Brands and Models statistics inside.
Pakistan Automotive industry plummets in July will sales down over one third compared with the correspondent month last year and showrooms dramatically empty of new customers. Toyota has lost over sixty percent.
Pakistan Car Sales in first half 2014 slipped down again posting the fifth year on year decline in a string and keeping the negative momentum. Unfortunately the outlook for the rest of the year is further more negative.
Pakistan Vehicle Market fell 12% in May 2014, posting the third year on year decline in a string and keeping the negative momentum. The domestic consumer’s demand is hit by huge taxation on import and limited offer of new products and benefit for imported pre-owned vehicles.
Pakistan Automotive sector is crying over spilled milk after a series of dangerous political decisions have hit both domestic and imported vehicles market, with prices increased over 10% in a year and production falling despite obsolete models line.
Following the sharp decline reported last year, in the first two months of 2014 the car market in Pakistan rose marginally generating expectations for sales stabilization after long time. Economic data are now improving and there is the challenge to renovate the government policy towards automotive sector.