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Nigerian Cars Market bottomed out and in the first quarter 2018 reported a shy recovery with 4.115 sales. Toyota lead the market with 21% of share ahead of the HCVs leader, Tata and Hyundai. The 2018 outlook is moderately positive.
Nigeria Vehicle Market Report 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.
Nigeria New Vehicles collapsed in the 2017 losing two-third of 2016 volume and landing at 11.000 - including HCVs - almost one fifth of 2014 record. The market is in an embarrassing chaos, with huge cost for import and no room for local production.
Nigeria Auto Market 2016 hit by the deepest economic crisis of the last 25 years and fell down at the lowest level in last 10 years. Over 30 licences released to locally produced are parked for better times. Toyota shining.
Nigeria Vehicles Market in 2015 fell down hit by weak economy, social turmoil and low oil price. Despite the 66% fall of imported new vehicles, the start of several local assembly locations sustained vehicles demand.
Nigeria new cars market slow in the first half 2015 hit by the sharp fall of oil price in the international market while the new government has taken five months to start operating. Toyota led the market ahead of Koreans while over 30 OEMs required licence to produce.
Nigeria Vehicles Market rose 11% in the 2014 standing below observers expectations despite the start of the new Automotive National Plan. Chinese carmakers are growing fast while the leader Toyota's sales fell down.
Nigerian Car Market represents the biggest opportunity for Carmakers in OEM considering the huge potential for the country and the availability of natural resources that could help leading the entire sub-saharan area..