New Zealand vehicles sales were able to strongly recover in May after the freeze in April, as the Coronavirus was successfully defeated by the country. Indeed, 8.002 units were registered in May, down 40.9%, leading Year to Date sales to 40.760 (-35.3%). Suzuki scored the best Top 10 performance.New Zealand Vehicles Market in MayNew Zealand is one of the only countries in World able to completely defeat the Coronavirus pandemic, with almost zero infections registered since May 21, while business were allowed to restart. Therefore, after the stop in April, the vehicle market was able to strongly recover.Indeed, 8.002 units were registered in May, down 40.9%, leading Year to Date sales to 40.760 (-35.3%).Brand-wise, the market leader Toyota matched the market trend in May, while the best Top 10 performance was scored by Suzuki, losing just 7.9% from the previous year.Post Covid19 Market TrendIn order to manage the outbreak within the country, New Zealand introduced a four-level alert system on March 21. On March 25 the country moved to level 4, imposing a national lockdown.As a result, the car market dropped down 36% in March with 7.974 units sold, ending the first quarter at 32.512 (-14.6%).In April, the vehicle market froze (-91.2%) registering 1.039 units.Medium Terms Market TrendNew Zealand vehicles market in the 2012-2017 time period has doubled. Indeed, vehicles sales volume grew up from 100.000 in 2012 to 206.000 in 2017, hitting the current all-time record. However, in 2018 the total annual volume dropped sharply (-21.6%), with 162.056 units sold, followed by a 4.7% drop in 2019 with 154.406 sales.In the beginning of 2020, the market held a negative trend, with year to date February sales at 24.538 (-4.3%).Tables with sales figuresIn the tables below we report sales for all Brands, top 10 Manufacturers Group and top 10 ModelsThis content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
Poland 2020. Volvo contains the losses (-3.1%) in market down 52.8% in May
Monday June 29, 2020
Polish cars sales in May 2020 reported a moderate improvement from April’s drop, while the number of Covid-19 cases kept surging. Indeed, 20.834 units were sold in May (-52.8%), leading Year to Date figures to 141.722 (-36.4%). Volkswagen plummeted 75.3% while Volvo was the best performer.Polish Car Market in MayWhile the number of total Covid-19 infections […]
Tanzania 2020. Car Market lost 85% both in April and May
Sunday June 28, 2020
Tanzanian Vehicles Market is falling down in the 2020. The already negative trend in place has been enhanced by Covid19 economic effect. Following a 12% lost reported for the first quarter, in April and May sales fell down 85%.Economic EnvironmentThe fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic seems to be taking its toll on the economy in […]
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