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Morocco June. Sales moderately up recovering Q1 shortfall

Morocco

Morocco Automotive Analysis & Data are provided by the Automotive Experts Team, all having dedicated the entire live in this sector, utilizing the sales data stored within the GAD.

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Moroccan Cars Market

Morocco June. Sales moderately up recovering Q1 shortfall

Moroccan Cars Market ended the first half 2018 with 86.220 light vehicles sales, up 2.1%, fully recovring the Q1 shortfall, thanks to strong demand on LCVs.  Local producer Renault Group at 50%market share while Volkswagen advanced in third place.

August 8, 2018

Morocco Autos

Morocco vehicle market 2010-2017

Morocco vehicle market 2010-2017 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.

March 13, 2018

Morocco Auto Sales 2016

Morocco 2016. New record up 23%

Morocco Auto Sales 2016 at the new all time record, the second in a row, consolidating the rule as fourth African market. Dacia, Renault and Ford led the ranking while Volkswagen shines.

February 5, 2017

Morocco Vehicles Market in Q3 2016

Morocco market report. Q3 2016

Morocco Vehicles Market runs for the new all time record although the third quarter was reported more moderate after the strong first half. Dacia and Renault are fast growing.

November 27, 2016

Morocco Automotive industry

Morocco is the new frontier to produce cars

Morocco Car Market has grown substantially in recent years thanks to the the Casablanca Industrial Zone and the Tangier Med Zone and Kenitra Free Zone offering fiscal incentives and modern infrastructures.

August 21, 2016

Morocco Vehicles Sales in Q1 2016

Morocco Vehicles Sales in Q1 2016 boomed.

Morocco Vehicles Sales in Q1 2016 boomed by 23%. Ford has taken the 2nd place to Renault while Hyundai slipped in 4th. The market was fueled by expanding economy and strong rebates.

June 2, 2016

Morocco Cars Market in 2015

Morocco 2015. Auto Industry hit a new record again

Morocco Cars Market in 2015 hit the new all time record thanks to sales boomed 43% in December, traditionally the strongest month of the year. While Dacia dominates with 28% of share, Nissan doubled sales.

February 10, 2016

Morocco new vehicles sales

Morocco new vehicles sales shy in the first half 2015.

Morocco new vehicles sales shy in the first half 2015 hit by the harsh time spent by the market leader Dacia. However, the Romanian brand, producing in Morocco kept the entire podium with Logan, Duster and Dokker.

December 18, 2015

car market in Morocco

In 2014 the car market in Morocco rose 1%.

In 2014 the car market in Morocco rose 1% with Dacia dominating the market with over 27% of market share and four models on top of best-selling list. Toyota was the fastest growing brand.

February 24, 2015

Morocco car market

2013 Morocco car market fell 7%. Dacia market share at 25%.

2013 Morocco Car Market fell 7% following the all-time record scored in the previous year, with Renault – Dacia leading the market thanks to strong local heritage and the new plant recently inaugurated on the Mediterranean cost.

October 27, 2014

Morocco car market soared 29% in 2012. Dacia on top.

The car market in Morocco posted a substantial increase in the 2012, reflecting the improved economic conditions and the high government attention to the automotive sector development. French brands control the market with a combined share above 50%.

March 5, 2013