04 August 2014

Vehicle Production Brazil By Make : 2013

The Gol sells well in Brazil...

Brazil is viewed as a land of promise for car makers. Car production increased a modest 5%, while commercial vehicles jumped 23%. As there are tariffs on imported vehicles from most nations, local car plants are essential to have any meaningful sales penetration. Because most of the production is for the domestic market, volumes by maker are quite uniform.

The 2.7 million cars made is the second best ever, eclipsed slightly by 2010. As for commercial sales, a couple of manufacturers don't report figures, so they come under 'others'. They are the ones that miss out on publicity. The total of just over a million units is a record figure.


Car



12 13
Share +/-

1 1 VW 640,944 23.5% -14%

2 2 Fiat 571,935 21.0% -12%

3 3 GM 539,225 19.8% 13%

4 4 Ford 220,396 8.1% 5%

5 5 Renault 172,095 6.3% 0%

9 6 Hyundai 166,269 6.1% 539%

7 7 PSA 137,193 5.0% 48%

6 8 Honda 135,065 5.0% 0%

8 9 Toyota 129,653 4.8% 95%

10 10 Nissan 10,636 0.4% -26%



Total 2,723,411
5.1%

Utility



12 13
Share +/-

1 1 Fiat 184,782 18.2% 8%

2 2 GM 141,512 14.0% 3%

4 3 Ford 138,703 13.7% 63%

3 4 VW 120,429 11.9% 15%

5 5 Renault 110,500 10.9% 36%

6 6 MAN 61,468 6.1% 28%

7 7 Mitsubishi 43,101 4.3% 15%

8 8 Hyundai 35,117 3.5% 37%

9 9 Volvo Truck 28,928 2.9% 49%

11 10 Scania 26,335 2.6% 68%

10 11 Nissan 16,173 1.6% -5%

13 12 Agrale 7,151 0.7% 11%

12 13 PSA 6,441 0.6% -2%



Others 92,578 9.1%



Total 1,032,218
22.9%



Grand Total 3,736,629
9.4%

Data source: Anfavea

...as does the Fiat Palio

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