Volcanic in origin, Martinique is a mountainous stunner crowned by the still-smoldering Mont Pelée, which wiped out Martinique’s former capital of St-Pierre in 1902. Martinique offers a striking diversity of landscapes and atmospheres. While it suffers from uncontrolled urban sprawl in some places, particularly in and around the busy capital, Fort-de-France, life – and travel – becomes more sedate as one heads north or south through some of the island’s delicious scenery. The rainforested, mountainous northern part is the most spectacular, but the south has its fair share of natural wonders, including lovely bays and miles of luscious beaches.
Martinique autos market in the 2017 hit the new all time record sustained by strong private and fleet demand. Sales improved only 2.7%, after the boom reported in the previous year. Peugeot market leader ahead of Renault and Dacia.
Martinique Vehicles Market 2016 crossed for the first time since 2008 the 14.000 annual milestone thanks to a positive economic mood. Peugeot beat the rival Renault, just for peanuts ,pushed up by the demand on 208.
Martinique vehicles sector is declining with 2015 at lowest volume out of 15 years. The market is one of the 18 French regions while located in the Caribbean Sea. People use Euro and purchase Renault, Peugeot and Citroen.