South Africa Auto Sales started the 2018 well below expectations, losing a sharp 9% in January. Behind the leader Toyota, Volkswagen, Mercedes and Ford reported heavy lost while Suzuki and Isuzu shine.
South Africa best selling cars ranking in the 2017 has a clear leader, the Volkswagen Polo, while Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger fight for second place and leadership among pick ups. Last generation of Toyota Fortuner in top 10.
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.
Namibian vehicles industry in the first five months of the 2017 dropped down 32% hit by persistent economic difficulties and low prices of commodities, primary source of export. Toyota is market leader ahead of Volkswagen and Nissan.
Namibia Auto Market 2016 dropped down losing for the second year in a row and after a very positive decade. The pick up segment lost more than the average penalized by weak Toyota, Volkswagen shining in 2nd place.
South African Auto Industry fell again in April hitting the 14th YoY fall in a row as South Africa’s economy likely recorded another weak growth rate in Q1. However Toyota improved sales gaining market share.
South Africa Vehicles Market in 2016 is falling down with Q1 at -9% and next month forecast almost negative as the rad depreciation should call for further prices increase. Renault was the only brand up out of top 10.
South Africa Car Market 2015 fell down for the second year in a row due to negative economic environment and low consumer's demand. Ford and Renault gained space thanks to the successful introduction of new models.
South African Vehicle Sales Statistics in November report again a brilliant Ford gaining terrain over the market leader Toyota thanks to the sales boost on Ecosport, Ranger, Fiesta and Focus. Mazda and Opel reported huge improvements.
Namibia vehicles sales fell 8% in first half 2015 albeit still strong economic outlook and country progress in any sector. Mid terms perspectives stand really positive. Toyota Hilux best-selling model.