Japan Auto Market in June 2020 grew by 6%, as the State of Emergency was already been lifted on May 25, allowing factories to reopen. Indeed, 477.105 units (including HCVs and Bus) were sold in June (+6%), ending the First Half to 2.334.565, down 8.9%.Market Trend in JuneAfter the Coronavirus emergency, which led new vehicles sales to a 30.2% drop in April before further worsening in May (-45.1%), the market has reported a much better hold in June, as on May 25 Japan ended the state of emergency – as well as factory closures – in all the country.Indeed, 477.105 units (including HCV and Bus) were sold in June (+6%), ending the First Half to 2.334.565, down 8.9%.Post Covid19 Market TrendIn March, although the Government imposed restrictions on international travel and school closure, the Covid-19 impact on the Country has been relatively low in – thanks to prevention and protection measures against the virus – avoiding business closures.Actually, in March sales have even performed better than in the previous months. Indeed, auto sales lost 8.1% in March with 588.714 units sold, ending the Q1 at 1.375.822 (-9.3%).In April, registrations dropped down 30.2% at 264.190, as the state of emergency for the whole country was declared on April 16, while in May have even worsened with 217.448 units sold (-45.1%).Medium-term market directionThe Japanese vehicles market is the third in the World with an annual volume oscillating in the last decade between 4.9 and 5.5 million units, with 2019 ending at 5.18 million units.In the beginning of 2020, according to the data released by the JADA, JAMA and JAIA, the total vehicles (including HCVs and Bus) started on a very negative tone. Indeed, year-to-date figures in February have been 787.108, down 10.2% from the previous year.Tables with sales figuresIn the tables below we report sales for all Brands, top 10 Manufacturers Group and top 10 Models.This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
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Togo. Market struggles with a 38.8% drop in sales Year to Date in August 2020
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Togo vehicles market in 2020 reports a heavy drop as the pandemic influences sales. Indeed, 211 units were sold Year To Date until August, losing 38.8% compared to last year. Toyota (-29.2%) maintains in leadership while reporting the best top 10 hold, while Peugeot was the worst performer, with a 57.1% drop in sales. Market […]
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