24 January 2017

Mauritius Vehicle Sales - Brand / 2016

West of Madagascar in the Indian ocean is this island nation. Vehicle sales for 2016 appears to be strong although I don't have too much historical data to compare with. There are many brands, too many to all list here but the list below has 98% of the registrations covered.

In the list below, yellow represents decreased sales, pale blue increase but lost market share and green increase. Nissan took the lead from long time leader Toyota with an impressive 16% gain. Renault has been having a good run, now in the top six. Ford on the other hand has been in a run of reduced ranking over the last few years.


12 13 14 15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-

2 3 2 2 1 Nissan 1,617 17.6% 16%

1 1 1 1 2 Toyota 1,397 15.2% -13%

4 4 4 3 3 Hyundai 846 9.2% 8%

3 2 3 4 4 Kia 732 8.0% -1%

6 5 7 5 5 BMW 623 6.8% -2%

17 13 9 7 6 Renault 521 5.7% 64%

11 11 5 11 7 Mitsubishi 457 5.0% 101%

10 9 6 6 8 Suzuki 398 4.3% -20%

7 8 10 14 9 Mercedes 344 3.7% 69%

25 22 14 10 10 Mazda 244 2.7% 4%

21 17 15 12 11 Audi 240 2.6% 15%

12 10 11 8 12 Honda 235 2.6% -3%

5 6 8 9 13 Ford 226 2.5% -4%

22 20 13 13 14 Isuzu 182 2.0% -11%

46 48 27 - 15 Yutong 123 1.3% n/a

14 12 16 19 16 Perodua 116 1.3% 87%

9 7 12 15 17 Peugeot 110 1.2% 8%

15 15 18 16 18 Citroën 83 0.9% -18%

- 55 52 49 19 Golden Dragon 73 0.8% ***

18 16 19 18 20 VW 60 0.7% -9%

40 32 25 25 21 Jaguar 58 0.6% 81%

24 23 23 17 22 Land Rover 49 0.5% -29%

28 27 26 22 23 MINI 44 0.5% 2%

43 30 30 28 24 Porsche 38 0.4% 65%

20 26 17 20 25 UD Trucks 35 0.4% -42%

30 34 33 38 26 Proton 33 0.4% 560%

16 21 24 26 27 JMC 29 0.3% -6%

- 37 30 30 28 Chrysler 28 0.3% 133%

23 24 21 23 29 Opel 27 0.3% -25%

44 32 36 31 30 Ashok Leyland 23 0.3% 109%






Others 194 2.1%






Total 9,185
9%

Data source: NTA.
Text source: RayCee.

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