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Ivory Coast Car Market in 2017 kept momentum improving near 9% with the country among the fastest growing in Africa with GDP up 8%. While the market leader Toyota has lost sales for the second year, Renault jumped in second place.
Ivory Coast Autos sales in 2016 posted the new all time record still fueled by one of best economy in the entire Africa. Vehicles market is now close to the 10.000 units milestone with an almost positive outlook.
Ivory Coast Cars Sales in First Half 2016 moderately down. Renault boomed advancing in second place overtaking Hyundai, thanks to the outstanding performance on the compact SUV Duster.
Ivory Coast Cars Market 2012-2015 Insights is a must to study the historical development of this market with all data by OEM, Brand, Model and segment. From 2004 up to today all about in 85 pages and 110 charts.
Ivory Coast Vehicles Market 2012-2020 Outlook provides facts, data and forecast on this market with all data by OEM, Brand, Model and segment. From the 2004 up to the 2020 All About within 130 pages and 120 charts.
Ivory Coast Vehicle Market in 2015 was shy albeit strong GDP increase. People still prefer to buy used cars due to the poor infrastructures and the still low pro capita income. However, the 2015 was the best ever sales year!
Ivory Coast Vehicle Market suffers for poor local infrastructures and stagnant economy following years of civil war. In the 2013 the market was steady while it is expected to grow 15% in 2014. The competition is led by French makes.