Latest News
Predicting warehouse trends (August 8, 2019 1:15 pm)
FAW builds solid fleet foundation (August 8, 2019 1:05 pm)
Ford introduces third shift at Silverton (August 8, 2019 12:49 pm)
Hilux gets sporty (August 7, 2019 10:23 am)
New FAW 6.130 FL Freight Carrier impresses (August 7, 2019 10:23 am)
Ctrack launches Driver Mobi service (August 7, 2019 10:23 am)

State of the commercial vehicle market, June 2019

The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa), reported that sales of new light commercial vehicles grew 1,2 percent in June compared with figures for the corresponding month last year. Sales in the medium and heavy segments showed mixed performance, the former improving by 16 percent and the latter dropping by 3,9 percent compared with figures for June last year.

Light Commercial Vehicles < 3 501 kg

Total: 14 495

Changan

12

Datsun

1

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles South Africa

22

Ford Motor Company

2 069

GWM

175

Hyundai Automotive SA

329

Isuzu Motors South Africa

1 611

JMC

12

Kia South Africa

143

Mahindra

292

Mazda South Africa

25

Mercedes-Benz SA

105

Mitsubishi

49

Nissan

2 704

Opel

22

Peugeot Citroën

9

Renault

18

Suzuki Auto

63

Toyota

6 405

Volkswagen SA

447

Medium Commercial Vehicles 3 501 – 8 500 kg

Total: 834

FAW

9

Ford Motor Company

20

Hino

156

Hyundai Automotive SA

16

Isuzu Motors South Africa

225

Iveco

46

JMC

18

Mercedes-Benz SA

135

Peugeot Citroën South Africa

4

Tata

62

Toyota

75

VECV (Eicher)

1

Volkswagen SA

67

Heavy Commercial Vehicles 8 501 – 16 500 kg

Total: 482

FAW

44

Hino

115

Isuzu Motors South Africa

145

Iveco

3

MAN Automotive

3

Mercedes-Benz SA

41

Powerstar

10

Tata

57

UD

59

VECV (Eicher)

5

Extra-Heavy Commercial Vehicles > 16 500 kg

Total: 1 167

Babcock DAF

7

Daewoo

16

FAW

36

Hino

48

Isuzu Motors South Africa

37

Iveco

31

MAN Automotive

149

Mercedes-Benz SA

202

Powerstar

29

Scania

268

Tata

12

UD

100

VECV (Eicher)

1

Volkswagen SA

4

Volvo Group Southern Africa

227

Buses > 8 500 kg

Total: 76

Iveco

11

MAN Automotive

27

Mercedes-Benz SA

11

Scania

12

Tata

7

Volkswagen SA

4

Volvo Group Southern Africa

4

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.

FOCUS on Transport and Logistics is one of the oldest and most respected transport and logistics publications in southern Africa.

Leave A Comment