24 May 2016

Botswana Car/LCV Sales By Brand : 2015


Getting sales data from the African Continent is difficult. Informing the public on such natters as car sales is a low priority. So it is nice to be able to release data for Botswana, a land locked nation to the north of South Africa.

2016 looks like it may have been a record, recent history suggesting such. Toyota took half the market, something it has been doing since 2010. In 2015, much of the increase came form the bigger brands, while smaller makes suffered. The colouring in the list below shows who went up or down.


13 14 15 Make 2015 % +/-


1 1 1 Toyota 19,435 50.2% 6.9%
Increase

2 3 2 Mazda 3,323 8.6% 33.9%
Over 20%

4 2 3 VW 3,211 8.3% 23.2%


6 5 4 Honda 2,910 7.5% 68.8%
Increase

5 6 5 BMW 2,330 6.0% 36.8%
1-19%

3 4 6 Nissan 1,889 4.9% 2.4%


7 8 7 Mercedes 1,372 3.5% 20.0%
Decrease

8 7 8 Ford 830 2.1% -14.0%
1-19%

9 9 9 Audi 695 1.8% 10.5%


12 10 10 Chevrolet 452 1.2% -3.0%
Decrease

10 11 11 Mitsubishi 341 0.9% -9.8%
Over 20%

11 13 12 Volvo 305 0.8% 5.2%


13 15 13 Land Rover 227 0.6% -4.6%


15 14 14 Jeep 210 0.5% -17.6%


14 12 15 Isuzu 167 0.4% -40.8%


17 17 16 Subaru 149 0.4% 4.2%


18 18 17 Hyundai 132 0.3% 69.2%


16 16 18 Kia 107 0.3% -40.6%


20 20 19 Opel 68 0.2% 36.0%


24 22 20 Renault 38 0.1% 8.6%


19 19 21 Peugeot 35 0.1% -55.1%


21 21 22 Dodge 30 0.1% -18.9%


23 23 23 Chrysler 16 0.0% -44.8%


22 24 24 Mahindra 13 0.0% -48.0%



Others 467 1.2% 6.7%



Total 38,752 13.0%


Data source: CSO.

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