Costa Rica autos market

Costa Rica. Toyota holding 28.4% of a market down 3 years in a row

Costa Rica autos market in 2019 registrations are still declining but with lower speed. Indeed, Year to Date November sales in 2019 have been 32.370, projecting the full year at 34.769, down 12%. Almost half of the market is held by the Top 3 brands, where Toyota detains 28.4% of share, followed by Suzuki and Nissan.

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Costa Rica autos market

Costa Rica. In 2018 the market worsened (-20%)

Costa Rica autos market in 2018 registered a disappointing trend. Indeed, the year ended with sales at 39.530, down 20% from the previous year.

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Costa Rica autos market

Costa Rica 2017. Vehicles market pushed the brake

Costa Rica autos market has lost steam during the 2017, after three years of consecutive record. Sales fell 13% following the trend in the economy, where the fast growing speed has shown a deceleration Toyota is market leader with 17.7% of share.

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Costa Rica vehicles market

Costa Rica 2016. New all time record, again

Costa Rica vehicles market in 2016 hit the third all time record in a row fueled by the economy expansion and strong private consumption. With a volume near 60.000 units, Costa Rica is acquiring relevance among Latin America.

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Costa Rica Auto Industry

Costa Rica Auto Industry slammed a new record in the 2015

Costa Rica Auto Industry slammed a new record in the 2015 fueled by a strong economic environment and limits imposed to the import of used vehicles. Sales improved 20% while Toyota kept dominating the rank.

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Costa Rica new vehicles market

Costa Rica new vehicles market up 7% in first half 2015.

Costa Rica new vehicles market up 7% in first half 2015 albeit economic activities deceleration and is projecting the year at the best ever. Toyota was stable on top of the list.

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Costa Rica Vehicle Market

In 2014 Costa Rica Vehicle Market rose 4%.

In 2014 Costa Rica Vehicle Market rose 4% fueled by positive economic environment and used vehicles import cut. Toyota kept the crown as best-selling brand ahead of Koreans competitors.

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