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Honduras 2020. Nissan holds 21.4% share in a market steadily down 24.8%

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Peru 2020. Vehicles market starts growing again (+20.3%), meanwhile Mitsubishi plummets by 64.1%
Wednesday November 18, 2020

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Balaji’s crazed wisdom on Howard Lindzon podcast: “There will be both deflation in wants and inflation in needs”
Tuesday November 03, 2020

Balaji appeared on Howard Lindzon’s Panic With Friends recently and I took a bunch of notes and wanted to share them here. As usual Balaji is going 150mph and some of his insights are pretty out there, but clearly the product of deep thought and research. So I need to review what he says multiple […]

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Honduras Vehicles Market in 2020 is still heavily hampered by COVID-19 as cases have been high since June. Indeed, 500 units have been sold in September (-46.7%), leading Year to Date sales at 6.102 units (-24.8%). Nissan remains the leader in the market with 21.4% market share.
Economic Environment
The economy is set to have contracted again in Q3. In August, economic activity fell for the sixth month running, albeit at the softest pace since the crisis began in March, on the back of declining activity in the mining and quarrying, hotels and restaurants, construction, and transport and storage sectors.
Moreover, in July–August, merchandise imports continued to fall and private-sector credit growth softened—easing to an over nine-year low in August—pointing to weakened domestic demand. Turning to Q4, prospects remain grim amid a worldwide surge in new Covid-19 cases and a still-elevated number of new cases domestically.
Meanwhile, on 30 October, the government reached an agreement with the IMF on the third review of the Fund’s Stand-by Arrangement and Stand-by Credit Facility. Consequently, around USD 88 million will be disbursed to support the government’s economic policies.
Market Trend Year to Date
The Honduras vehicle market is still in a very difficult position as COVID-19 cases have remained high in the country since June, and have not yet decreased significantly. Indeed, 500 units have been sold in September (-46.7%), leading Year to Date sales at 6.102 units, a 24.8% decrease compared to 2019.
Brand-wise, Nissan maintains the leadership in the market with a 21.4% market share, followed by Toyota with 18.9% and further below by Ford with 8.4% share.
Medium-Term Market Trend
Honduras vehicles market in recent years hit the all-time record in 2015, at the end of the too-fast growth. Then inexorably sales declined. In 2017, new vehicle sales have marginally recovered after the deep fall reported in the previous year, with annual sales at 11.712 (+19.5%). In 2018, the market kept recovering in double-digits, ending the year at 12.974, up 10.8%.
In 2019, the vehicle market is slipping down again. Indeed, sales in 2019 have been 10.499, losing 11.7% from last year.
In Q1 2020 2.855 units have been sold, a 1.3% decrease, falling to a 19.8% decrease in First Half sales, with 4.633 units sold.

Serbia. Renault outperforms (+16.2%) a market affected by the pandemic (-23.3%)
Monday February 08, 2021

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