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Commercial vehicle sales report for February 2019

Note: For the time being, Mercedes-Benz SA (MBSA) will only report aggregated sales data. The MBSA commercial vehicle market split volumes are estimates based on historical trends and forecasting techniques.

Light Commercial Vehicles < 3 501 kg

Total: 14 123

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles South Africa

38

Ford Motor Company

2 622

GWM

145

Hyundai Automotive SA

315

Isuzu Motors South Africa

1 186

JMC

28

Kia South Africa

137

Mahindra

310

Mazda South Africa

16

Mercedes-Benz SA – estimate

88

Mitsubishi

25

Nissan

3 094

Peugeot Citroën South Africa

3

Renault

2

Suzuki Auto

52

Toyota

5 339

Volkswagen SA

723

Medium Commercial Vehicles 3 501 – 8 500 kg

Total: 662

Ford Motor Company

3

Hyundai Automotive SA

21

Isuzu Motors South Africa

170

Iveco

69

JMC

15

Mercedes-Benz SA – estimate

153

Peugeot Citroën South Africa

4

Powerstar

1

Tata

33

Toyota

142

VECV South Africa

9

Volkswagen SA

42

Heavy Commercial Vehicles 8 501 – 16 500 kg

Total: 385

FAW

60

Isuzu Motors South Africa

84

Iveco

1

MAN Automotive

19

Mercedes-Benz SA – estimate

41

Powerstar

14

Tata

35

Toyota

79

VECV South Africa

2

Volvo Group Southern Africa

50

Extra-Heavy Commercial Vehicles > 16 500 kg

Total: 1 007

Babcock DAF

37

FAW

17

Isuzu Motors South Africa

18

Iveco

19

MAN Automotive

154

Mercedes-Benz SA – estimate

231

Powerstar

35

Scania

119

Tata

19

Toyota

27

Volvo Group Southern Africa

331

Buses > 8 500 kg

Total: 74

Iveco

6

MAN Automotive

42

Mercedes-Benz SA – estimate

16

Scania

6

Tata

3

Volvo Group Southern Africa

1

*Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of

South Africa (Naamsa).

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