Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Turkish Car Production: 1970-2011


Car production in Turkey has been rising steadily. No doubt it is cost effective to make cars there, and yet still close to the European market. Ford made small numbers of cars before giving up to concentrate on commercial vehicle, of which it is by far the biggest in the country. GM I believe made the Vectra in Izmir but finished that in 2001. To more than make up for those departures, three Asian car makers opened plants. The two mainstays Renault and Fiat continue to be the main manufacturers.

Below production is shown in five year periods, but the last one only three years. The last period is down even allowing for the difference in length of time, but the economic downturn has caused that. Overall you would have to say car manufacturing in Turkey is doing quite well.

Yr Total Renault Fiat Toyota Hyund Honda Ford GM
70-74 153,100 47,000 79,200 - - - 26,900 -
75-79 289,400 144,200 119,400 - - - 25,800 -
80-84 185,400 93,500 90,100 - - - 1,800 -
85-89 488,700 206,200 246,500 - - - 36,000 -
90-94 1,189,100 470,600 661,100 - - - 21,700 35,700
95-99 1,145,900 444,500 483,200 92,600 37,400 14,900 34,800 38,500
00-04 1,418,300 666,800 359,500 261,700 74,300 46,900 - 9,100
05-09 2,766,700 1,236,200 425,700 695,500 287,700 121,600 - -
10-12 1,216,100 638,100 203,300 174,900 167,200 32,600 - -
Total 8,852,700 3,947,100 2,668,000 1,224,700 566,600 216,000 147,000 83,300

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