Tunisian Vehicles Sales in August were stable (-0.6%) with 2.910 unit sold. After being outpaced by Kia for a few months, Renault is now running at an outstanding pace (+214.4%) holding over 20% of share. Behind, Hyundai and Peugeot are crumbling, while Volkswagen hit a stunning +167.5%.
Tunisian Vehicles Sales went down 17.4% in the 2018 hit by the introduction of new duties on the sector, leading the full year at 52.601 units sold. Isuzu is market leader followed by Citroen, while Renault kept the 3rd place few units ahead of Peugeot.
Tunisia Auto Market in first half 2016 increased sharply. Isuzu joined the podium, while Kia fell down in 5th place. The Isuzu D-Max and the Volkswagen Golf were the star of the period.
Tunisia Vehicle Sales in 2015 at the best ever level despite a weak second half with low demand both from private and fleet consumers. Citroen improved in double-digit confirming the leadership.
Tunisian car market in 2012 grew 14.2% from the previous year, partially recovering the market drop, suffered as consequence of 2011 Arab spring riots. In spite of declining share, Renault confirmed the market leadership followed by Volkswagen and Peugeot.