18 August 2016

Mauritius Sales - Brand / Jan-Jun 2016

Total sales for this small island nation were down 10% for the first 6 months of 2016. I haven't got a lot of history for Mauritius but sales are solid yet down on recent years. As can happen in small markets, sales can bounce around somewhat.

Not only are sales down, but the top three all lost market share, which is what the chart is set up to show. Nissan took top spot off Kia in 2015 and is holding on to it. Renault is doing well so far, as are Mercedes Benz and Mitsubishi. Kia and Ford are doing it tough though.


15 16 Make 2016 % +/-


1 1 Nissan 471 15.4 -1%
20% or

2 2 Toyota 392 12.8 -15%
More

3 3 Hyundai 311 10.2 -8%


5 4 BMW 310 10.1 1%
1% to 19%

4 5 Kia 249 8.1 -24%


7 6 Renault 215 7.0 51%
-19% to 0%

6 7 Suzuki 208 6.8 -14%


10 8 Mercedes 165 5.4 72%
20% or

8 9 Honda 119 3.9 2%
Less

12 10 Mitsubishi 113 3.7 84%


9 11 Audi 109 3.6 8%


13 12 Mazda 59 1.9 -2%


11 13 Ford 48 1.6 -27%


17 14 Peugeot 40 1.3 43%


15 15 Perodua 39 1.3 30%


22 16 Jaguar 31 1.0 100%


16 17 Citroën 26 0.9 -12%


21 17 Opel 26 0.9 49%


14 19 Land Rover 25 0.8 -19%


20 20 MINI 22 0.7 6%


29 20 Proton 22 0.7 809%


19 22 VW 15 0.5 -40%


24 23 Chrysler 11 0.4 89%


18 24 Chevrolet 9 0.3 -65%


23 25 Porsche 8 0.3 -28%


28 26 Infiniti 6 0.2 107%


26 27 Škoda 3 0.1 -22%


34 27 Subaru 3 0.1 520%


25 29 Fiat 1 0.0 -79%


34 29 Alfa Romeo 1 0.0 107%




Others 1 0.0





Total 3058
-10%


Data source: NTA Mauritius.

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