14 May 2012

Vehicle Sales Peru: 2011

The Peruvian market is diverse. So many brands, many Chinese as is common in developing nations. The usual western brands are at the top. An asterisk after the brand means there were two entries for the make, which I combined. Despite the long list, many 'other' sales appear, which can only make you wonder what are all those sales doing unassigned to any marque. I would have added percentages on sales change but I have insufficient data to do it with.

I wrote to the source (Araper) to see if I could get more statistics, but am not sure if they will oblige. One lives in hope.

1 Toyota 24,507
2 Hyundai 20,366
3 Kia 13,513
4 Nissan 13,140
5 Chervolet 13,036
6 VW 7,631
7 Suzuki 6,826
8 Mitsubishi 4,057
9 JAC* 3,532
10 Renault 3,050
11 Volvo 2,241
12 Mercedes 1,942
13 Chery 1,800
14 Great Wall 1,782
15 International 1,522
16 Honda 1,432
17 Yeujin 1,342
18 Foton 1,316
19 Chrysler 1,313
20 Mazda 1,312
21 Dong Feng 1,144
22 Ford 1,107
23 Isuzu 1,090
24 Hino 1,045
25 Subaru 1,024
26 Peugeot 994
27 BAW* 953
28 Hafei 860
29 BMW 767
30 Scania 734
31 Geely 727
32 Ssangyong 713
33 Changhe 690
34 Jinbei 669
35 Freightliner 646
36 Audi 603
37 FAW* 600
38 Mahindra 577
39 JMC 571
40 Fiat 525
41 BYD 455
42 Zoyte 454
43 Gonow 426
44 Forland 419
45 Citroen 312
46 Joylong 272
47 Daihatsu 257
48 Jinbei 241
49 Iveco 230
50 Changan 226
51 Kenworth 220
52 Lifan 215
53 Howo 209
54 Sinotruk 203
55 Seat 185
56 ZNA 160
57 MG 156
58 Higer 140
59 Brilliance 137
60 Mack 123
61 Golden Dragon 122
62 CAMC 108
63 Land Rover 107
64 Porsche 99
65 MINI 95
Otras 2,767
Total 150,037

It seems a strong market, with solid sales.

Pics: toursonline; Prius - tuverde

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