Oman Auto market in 2018 posted the 5th fall in a row with 127.546 sales (-13.9%) at the lowest level in this decade. The market suffer the reduced public investment and spending and the austerity measures aiming to support the fiscal budget, as oil price revenues fall. Outlook is still not positive
Oman Cars Market lost 6.6% in the 2017, the third lost in a row, with the lowest lost within the GCC area. Fear for VAT introduction pushed up market, before implementation was postponed at 2019, for technical reasons. Nissan shines in second place.
Oman Vehicles Sales 2016 dropped down at the lowest level in the last sixth years hit by economic crisis and budget constrain. However, the market leader, Toyota, has lost over the average losing the 50% share quota
Oman Autos Industry lost moderately in the first half 2016 thanks to the outstanding Toyota performance, positive despite the weak demand from both private and public consumers.
Oman Vehicles Market in Q1 2016 dropped down over 20 percent. Toyota was one of the best performer improving market share over the 50 percent followed by Nissan and Hyundai.
Oman new cars sales at best first half ever with +4.6% thanks to unchanged government investment policy albeit low oil price. Toyota was near 60% of market share with the top seven models in a row.
Oman Vehicle Market was flat in the first half 2014 with strong performance from many Japanese brands, leaded by Toyota, a part a surprisingly weak Nissan, despite the success of new Patrol. The trend should keep horizontal for this year.
Q1 2014 Oman Automotive industry rose 1% confirming its position as 35th global car market achieved with an impressive series of growing years. Still positive economic outlook will further push car demand up in the next months.
During the 2013, the car market in the Sultanate of Oman scored the fourth sales record in a row, despite a slower speed. Toyota has not increased volume while keeping share at 50%. Ford was the fastest growing brand while first Chinese brand arrived sixteen.
Following the all-time record posted in 2012, the Omani car market rose another 14.7% in first half 2013, pushed up by strong economic environment and surging competition. Toyota kept the share around 50% while Nissan and Hyundai shine.
Following the all-time record posted in the 2012, when Oman car market surged in a respectable 36th world's place, the 2013 started with a strong January performance, with sales up 29.6% from last year. Strong start for Toyota, at 54% market share.
Pushed by strong economic factors and growing immigration, Oman car market in 2012 posted new all-time record, outpacing the 200.000 units for the first time, rising 21.4% from the previous year. Toyota dominates the market with share above 50%.
The Oman car market in May was 17.005 units, 53% up from last year. Year-to-date sales in May were 78.742, up 12.7% from last year. Toyota dominates with over 50% market share and the best three selling models.