New Zealand vehicles sales crumbled 33.3% in May, with 12.257 units sold. Toyota and Ford dropped down over 40% and heavy losses were registered within all Top 10 brands, except for Honda up 2%. Despite the awful performance, Mitsubishi entered the podium, pulled by the Triton.
South Africa best selling cars year-to-date ranking in the 2019 showed the Volkswagen Polo on the top despite losing 7.7% from the previous year, while also the Toyota Hilux is strongly falling (-10%). Impressive performance registered by the Ford Ecosport (+248.4%).
World Best Selling Pick Up ranking in the 2018 led again by large American style models, while the best compact pickup is the “king of the desert”, the Toyota Hilux. Impressive performances were registered by the Toyota Tacoma and the Chevrolet Colorado, joining into the Top 10.
South Africa best selling cars ranking in the 2018 with the Volkswagen Polo leader of the market, ahead of the Toyota Hilux and the Ford Ranger. Great performances were reported by the Nissan NP200, the Hyundai Grand i10 and the Toyota Yaris.
New Zealand vehicles sales hit in the 2018 the 5th all time record in a row with 169.786 sales, up1.8%. The market was sustained by a still growing economy and should keep the pace in the 2019. The leader Toyota gained 17.8% of share while Honda was the fastest brand, up 16%.
South Africa Auto Sales in 2018 declined for the 5th time in a row, ending the year with registrations at 525.159 units, down 1.3%. Toyota is the market leader, taking a huge gap from Volkswagen and Ford.
Malawi Auto Market has lost near 10% in the 2017 mirroring the harsh economic environment, with national GDP growth only 4.5% standing among the lowest in the World. Market is stagnating and dominated by Toyota, holding near the half.
World Best Selling Pick Up 2017 ranking led by a record Ford F-Series, first time over the 1 million units. Globally pick up sales excited the 6 million units, first time ever, representing 48% of LCVs segment. USA, China and Canada are the biggest markets.
New Zealand vehicles sales in 2017 hit the new record, the 5th in a row, substantially improving from the previous year and reporting a gain of 65% in 5 years. While Japanese' brand led the market, Volkswagen, Peugeot, Renault, Skoda fast growing.
South African Auto Sales in the 2017 recovered only 1.7% after four years of decline. Indeed the country is facing harsh economic times and just in Q4 come out from a recession. Toyota gained 9% while the winner of the year was the Renault-Nissan Group.
Uganda Auto Sales 2016 were down from the previous year record. However, the car fleet keeps growing fueled by a great number of pre-owned vehicles imported. Market leader is Toyota the only one over 1.000 sales.
New Zealand Auto Sales 2016 at the fourth All Time Record in a row thanks to a roaring local economy and huge demand on SUV, for the very first time over 50% of car passengers sold. Kia shine.
S Africa vehicles sales in 2016 fell down for the third year in a row hit by recession and currency depreciation. Mercedes was the best brand, avoiding to lose volume as done by almost all competitors.