Egypt Vehicles Industry in 2015 at the second best ever sales volume, losing 4% from the record posted in the 2014. The winner was Renault jumped in 5th place. Others strong performers had been Ford and Mazda.
Chile Light Vehicles in 2015 fell 16% hit by negative economic performance. Chevrolet was again market leader albeit losing in the Q4 while the Hyundai Accent was the best-selling model, 1 units ahead of Mitsubishi L200.
Egyptian car registrations down 17% in October due to the Chinese brands fall. Despite the launch of two new models Hyundai reported sales down 30% while strong demand on Logan pushed Renault in third place.
Egypt new vehicles sales down hard in Q3 2015 albeit expected economic expansion promised by actual non-elected government. Real data from economy are still weak and the car market will struggle again.
Chile new vehicles market kept falling in Q3 2015 albeit in September sales declined only 3% compared with the correspondent month last year. Future outlook still negative due to shy country's economy.
Chilean Car Sales dropped 22% in the first half 2015 albeit moderate recovery in the country economy. After being surged at a relevant volume, now Chilean automotive industry is among the worse worldwide.
Egypt Car Market dropped down in Q2 2015 ending a long positive string with the first half ending with sales flat over the correspondent period last year. Hyundai and Renault Groups are fast growing challenging the Chevrolet leadership.
Colombia Light Vehicles Sales are falling down in the 2015 while Renault-Nissan alliance is challenging the General Motors leadership among groups. Ford is struggling and has lost two spots from the 2014 ranking.
Egypt Light Vehicle Sales at best ever first quarter albeit shy March performance. Chevrolet recovered terrain against Koreans while Suzuki boomed jumping in fourth place. Mitsubishi Lancer was the fastest model.
Chile Light Vehicle Sales collapsed in first quarter 2015 with figures down 30% hit by higher prices due to the recent currency depreciation. However, the positive economic outlook should support a car market recovery in the rest of the year..
Following the strong 2014 when the market scored the second best annual sales volume ever, just few units down the record, the car market in Mexico roared up in January with the highest increase in five years.