Kenyan Vehicles Sales will probably end the 2019 marginally below the previous year despite a start of the year with a Q1 positive in double-digit. However, recent months declined and year to date September figures were up only 1.2% with 9.733 sales. The two best selling brands have a combined share over 60%.
Kenyan Vehicles Sales grew 29.3% 2018 fluctuating for the entire year, ending with registrations at 14.265. Isuzu was again the market leader, ahead of Toyota, with a wide gap over Mitsubishi. Nissan is working to launch a new plant to produce small vans.
Kenyan Cars Sales in the 2017 fell near 20% hit by political crisis and deterioration of economic activity. The market has lost near 40% in two years. Isuzu is leader, thanks to the domination in the HCV segment, followed by Toyota, leader in light vehicles.
Kenyan Auto Market 2016 has lost sharply, following three consecutive records, albeit the Kenyan economy was the star in the region with a robust +5.7%. Isuzu was the market leader, but Nissan the best performer.
Kenya New Vehicles Sales plummet in first half 2016 hit by weak internal demand and low price of commodities. The CVs segment has lost sharply pulling down the entire sector.