State of the commercial vehicle market, January 2020

The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa [Naamsa] confirmed that aggregate domestic sales at 39 475 units showed a decline of 3 481 units or 8,1 percent from the 42 956 vehicles sold in January last year. Export sales at 11 373 units also registered a fall of 6 877 units or a decline of 37,7 percent.

Light Commercial Vehicles < 3 501 kg

Total: 9 791

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles South Africa

43

Ford Motor Company

1 792

GWM

172

Hyundai Automotive SA

250

Isuzu Motors South Africa

673

Iveco

0

Changan

24

JMC

19

Kia South Africa

136

Mahindra

381

Mazda South Africa

15

Mercedes-Benz SA

80

Mitsubishi

40

Nissan

1 861

Opel

16

Peugeot

4

Renault

4

Suzuki Auto

36

Toyota

3 927

Volkswagen SA

319

Medium Commercial Vehicles 3 501 – 8 500 kg

Total: 503

FAW

18

Fiat

0

Ford Motor Company

2

Hino

55

Hyundai Automotive SA

24

Isuzu Motors South Africa

76

Iveco

45

JMC

9

Mercedes-Benz SA

110

Peugeot Citroën South Africa

0

Tata

29

Toyota

72

VECV (Eicher)

1

Volkswagen SA

61

Heavy Commercial Vehicles 8 501 – 16 500 kg

Total: 277

FAW

43

Hino

36

Isuzu Motors South Africa

21

Iveco

0

MAN Automotive

3

Mercedes-Benz SA

37

Powerstar

18

Tata

40

UD

73

VECV (Eicher)

6

Extra-Heavy Commercial Vehicles > 16 500 kg

Total: 758

Babcock DAF

17

Daewoo

5

FAW

35

Hino

10

Isuzu Motors South Africa

21

Iveco

23

MAN Automotive

79

Mercedes-Benz SA

189

Powerstar

61

Scania

105

Tata

4

UD

91

VECV (Eicher)

2

Volkswagen

0

Volvo Group Southern Africa

116

Buses > 8 500 kg

Total: 30

Isuzu Motors South Africa

3

Iveco

0

MAN

7

Mercedes-Benz SA

10

Scania

3

Tata

2

Volkswagen

2

Volvo Group Southern Africa

3

Note: Mercedes-Benz SA reports only aggregated sales data. The company’s commercial vehicle market split volumes are estimates based on historical trends and forecasting techniques. All figures are supplied by Naamsa.

Note: Mercedes-Benz SA reports only aggregated sales data. The company’s commercial vehicle market split volumes are estimates based on historical trends and forecasting techniques. All figures are supplied by Naamsa.

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