Toyota Corolla. Picture by Adnan Khan. All rights reserved.
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In Pakistan only sales of models produced locally are accounted for, which is actually a pretty accurate representation of the Pakistani market as imports are very limited. In 2011, the Pakistani consumers bought 160,342 models produced in the country, up 8% on 2010. That’s one new car for 1,112 inhabitants (vs. 1 for 524 in India and 1 for 71 in China).
For the third year in a row the Toyota Corolla is the best-selling model in Pakistan, however its sales went down by 4% this year to a still very respectable 42,414 units and a mammoth 26.5% market share. The Suzuki Mehran, a 1984 Suzuki Alto, is actually up in 2011 in spite of its great age at +28% to 29,542 sales and 18.4% share.
Suzuki Mehran. Picture by Bilal Khan. All rights reserved.
The Suzuki Bolan (aka Carry) is up one spot and 23% on 2010 to #3 at 15,676 units and 9.8%, passing the Suzuki Ravi pick-up at 14,973 sales and 9.3% (+5%). The Suzuki Alto (+12%) and Cultus (+3%) exchange positions, ahead of the Honda City (-12%) and Suzuki Swift up 2 ranks and 53% to #8 at 5,855 units and 3.7% share.
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Full Year 2011 and December 2011 Top 10 Ranking Tables below.