Moroccan Cars Market fell sharply down in April (-38.2%), with 11.308 sales. Kia - the market leader - declined a disappointing 43.2%, while Hyundai and Skoda were the only positive brands within the Top 10. Volkswagen, Nissan and Toyota were among the worst, all losing over 45%.
Moroccan Cars Market grew 3.6% in the 2018 with registrations at 174.645, pushed by the LCVs segment, hitting the fourth consecutive all-time record. Dacia, the market leader with 28.2% of market share, is followed by Renault and Volkswagen.
Morocco Autos Market in the 2017 hit the third consecutive all time record, while auto export from Renault plant improved substantially. Renault-Nissan Group dominates the market with 47% of share, with Dacia leader ahead of Renault and Ford.
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.
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.
First Half 2014 Morocco Auto Market shocked by Renault 50% collapse only partially recovered by Dacia that is the new market leader ahead of Renault and Peugeot. See here all statistics on Brands, Groups & Models.
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.
During first half 2013, the light passengers vehicles market in Morocco had interrupted the positive string losing 7% from last year, pushed back by low internal demand and still inadequate economic policy. However, the market leader, Dacia, has further improved the share.
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%.