Ghanaian vehicles market fell down 21.4% in 2018 with 7.193 sales. The market podium was unchanged, with Nissan on top (-16.8%) followed by Toyota and Mitsubishi. Awful performance scored by Chery, losing 2 positions in the ranking.
Ghana Auto Sales fast recovered after the previous year fall, thanks to the introduction of a new law, a milestone in this side of Africa, banning the import of obsolete used vehicles. Market improved 28.7% and next year outlook is positive.