Wednesday, 19 April 2017

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.


1516Make2016%+/-


11Nissan47115.4-1%
20% or

22Toyota39212.8-15%
More

33Hyundai31110.2-8%


54BMW31010.11%
1% to 19%

45Kia2498.1-24%


76Renault2157.051%
-19% to 0%

67Suzuki2086.8-14%


108Mercedes1655.472%
20% or

89Honda1193.92%
Less

1210Mitsubishi1133.784%


911Audi1093.68%


1312Mazda591.9-2%


1113Ford481.6-27%


1714Peugeot401.343%


1515Perodua391.330%


2216Jaguar311.0100%


1617Citroën260.9-12%


2117Opel260.949%


1419Land Rover250.8-19%


2020MINI220.76%


2920Proton220.7809%


1922VW150.5-40%


2423Chrysler110.489%


1824Chevrolet90.3-65%


2325Porsche80.3-28%


2826Infiniti60.2107%


2627Škoda30.1-22%


3427Subaru30.1520%


2529Fiat10.0-79%


3429Alfa Romeo10.0107%




Others10.0





Total3058
-10%


Data source: NTA Mauritius.

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