Venezuela January 2017: Jeep returns to market down 59%

12 new Jeep Grand Cherokee found a buyer in Venezuela in January.

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Each month the Venezuelan new car market sinks closer to full stalemate: down another 59% year-on-year to just 157 units in January. If Ford remains the #1 brand at 51% share, it drops 62% on its January 2016 score whereas Toyota is up 329% to 38.2% of the market. Jeep (7.6%) and Dodge (3.2%0 are the two only other carmaker managing to sell new vehicles in the country this month, note that this is Jeep’s return to market as the company didn’t sell a single car here throughout 2016. Down to #3 in December, the Ford Explorer reclaims the top spot it held over the FY16 with 19.7% share, just one unit above the Toyota Hilux (19.1%) and 6 above the Toyota Fortuner (15.9%). The Ford F-250, F-350 and Jeep Grand Cherokee follow.

Previous post: Venezuela Full Year 2016: Ford last man standing in market down 83%

One year ago: Venezuela January-February 2016: Ford last man standing

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Venezuela Full Year 2016: Ford last man standing in market down 83%

Ford Explorer Venezuela 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comThe Ford Explorer is the best-selling vehicle in Venezuela in 2016.

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The Venezuelan new car market is getting one big step closer to complete stalemate: from a record high 491.899 registrations in 2007 to 23.707 in 2014 further down to 17.585 in 2015 and a minuscule 3.008 in 2016, down a devastating 83% year-on-year. Only ten manufacturers have sold vehicles in the country this year, the main one being Ford with 72.1% market share. Toyota (12.8%), Scania (4.3%), Mack (3.2%) and Mitsubishi (3%) complete the Top 5. Model-wise, Ford logically occupies the Top 5 spots with the Explorer shooting up to #1 this year at 25.6% share above the Ecosport (15.4%), F-250 (10.3%), Fiesta (8.8%), F-350 (8.3%).

Previous month: Venezuela November 2016: Fortuner and Corolla top market down 82%

Previous year: Venezuela Full Year 2015: Chevy Silverado #1, market down 96% on all-time high

Two years ago: Venezuela Full Year 2014: ZNA Rich up to #1 in market down 76%

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Venezuela November 2016: Fortuner and Corolla top market down 82%

Toyota Fortuner Venezuela November 2016The Toyota Fortuner is the best-selling vehicle in Venezuela in November. 

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The Venezuelan new car market remains stuck close to standstill with 236 sales in November (one more than October), down 82% year-on-year, the same decline/crash rate for YTD figures at 2.833. Ford (44.9%) and Toyota (43.6%) are once again the only survivors, with Scania tagging along this month at 27 deliveries. The Toyota Fortuner and Corolla lead the models ranking above the year-to-date leader, the Ford Explorer. Note however that the Fortuner sold in Venezuela is the previous generation of the nameplate.

Previous month: Venezuela October 2016: Ford and Toyota survive market down 60%

One year ago: Venezuela November 2015: Chevrolet and Jeep ahead, market down 53%

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Venezuela October 2016: Ford and Toyota survive market down 61%

Ford Explorer Venezuela October 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comThe Ford Explorer is back to pole position in Venezuela. 

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The Venezuelan new car market continues to contract with October sales down 61% to just 235 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down 83% to 2.597. Only two manufacturers survive in Venezuela: Ford (+55%) holding a 62.1% share and Toyota (-25%) at 35.3%. After one month of Toyota Hilux domination celebrating the Japanese brand’s return in the country, the Ford Explorer resumes its reign with 19.1% share, cementing its YTD pole position at 27.7% share and distancing the Hilux (16.6%), Ford F-350 (14.5%) and Toyota Fortuner (11.9%).

Previous month: Venezuela September 2016: Toyota is back, places Hilux at #1

One year ago: Venezuela October 2015: Jeep reborn in market down 72%

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Venezuela September 2016: Toyota is back, places Hilux at #1

Toyota Hilux Venezuela September 2016. Picture courtesy sacarfan.co.zaThe Toyota Hilux made-in-Venezuela is the previous generation.

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The Venezuelan new car market drops 56% year-on-year in September but gains 40% on last month to 271 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally down 83% to 2.362 units. This slight resurgence is due to the restored of Toyota production and local sales in late August after a 6 month-stop. The Japanese manufacturers sells 100 units this month, making it two manufacturers still in activity in the country with Ford at 165 deliveries and 60.9% market share. The Toyota Hilux is the best-seller in Venezuela with 60 sales ahead of the Ford Explorer – still #1 year-to-date, Toyota Fortuner and Ford Ecosport. Note the Hilux manufactured and sold in Venezuela is the previous generation.

Previous month: Venezuela August 2016: Ford holds 86% of market at standstill

One year ago: Venezuela September 2015: Market down 68% to just 620 sales

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Venezuela August 2016: Ford holds 86% of market at standstill

Ford Explorer Venezuela June 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comThe Ford Explorer is the best-selling vehicle in Venezuela so far in 2016. 

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Venezuelan new car sales are still on stand-by at -83% to just 194 sales in August, pulling the year-to-date market down 85% to 2.091 units. The market would amount to just 27 sales if it weren’t for Ford, keeping the whole country alive with new cars at 167 deliveries and 86% share. The Ford Explorer, F-250, F-350, Ecosport and Fiesta are the best-sellers this month.

Previous post: Venezuela June 2016: Ford last manufacturer left in atone market

One year ago: Venezuela August 2015: Mitsubishi drops out, 3 carmakers remain

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Venezuela June 2016: Ford last manufacturer left in atone market

Ford Explorer Venezuela June 2016. Picture courtesy caranddriver.comThe Ford Explorer is the best-selling vehicle in Venezuela so far in 2016. 

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The Venezuelan new car market is only but a shadow of itself at just 243 registrations in June, down 87% year-on-year and pulling the year-to-date total down 85% to 1.704 units. American manufacturer Ford is the only left to sell vehicles in the country, accounting for 88.5% of the market in June and 79% so far in 2016. Its Explorer leads the sales charts followed by the Ecosport, F-350, Fiesta and F-250.

Previous month: Venezuela May 2016: Ford last man standing

One year ago: Venezuela June 2015: Chevrolet Silverado takes control

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Venezuela May 2016: Ford last man standing

The Ford Explorer accounts for 35% of the (few) new vehicles sold in Venezuela in May. 

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Venezuela shows no sign of unlocking from its near-standstill, worse: it seems to slowly die out month after month. May sales are down 84% year-on-year to add up to a dismal 253 units, 240 or 94.9% of which are branded Ford. Sadly, it looks like once the American manufacturer finally decides to pull out, the Venezuelan new car market may actually stop and amount to zero monthly sales, which would be a first in the 6-year existence of BSCB: never has any market purely and simply stopped purchasing new cars yet. Ford de Venezuela is selling new cars in the country in dollars since May 2015 and has posted a warning on their local website not to purchase vehicles sold as new outside of their approved dealers, mentioning the new (and illegal) practice by Ford workers at the local assembly plant to sell vehicles straight from the factory to private buyers. Ford also does not condone the sale of any imported model as these do not have a warranty in Venezuela…

Previous post: Venezuela March-April 2016: Ford strengthens hold on atone market

One year ago:: Venezuela May 2015: Dodge Forza leads again in market down 41%

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Venezuela March-April 2016: Ford strengthens hold on atone market

Ford Ecosport Venezuela April 2016. Picture courtesy Flickr.comThe Ford Ecosport is the best-selling nameplate in Venezuela in April. 

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The hecatomb continues for Venezuela with March registrations down 94% to 217 units and April volumes down 84% to 279, leading to a year-to-date total also down 84% to just 1.208 sales. Ford is the only manufacturer to have maintained activity in Venezuela with a 85.7% market share in March and 81.7% in April at 228 registrations. The Ford Ecosport is the best-selling nameplate in the country in April with 28% share above the Ford Explorer at 25.1% and the Ford F-250 at 12.2%. The Explorer leads year-to-date at 31.5%.

Previous post: Venezuela January-February 2016: Ford last man standing

One year ago (March): Venezuela March 2015: Chevrolet dominates market on the mend

One year ago (April): Venezuela April 2015: Dodge Forza takes the lead in market up 33%

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Venezuela January-February 2016: Ford last man standing

Ford Explorer Venezuela February 2016. Picture courtesy motortrend.comThe new generation Ford Explorer is available in Venezuela and leads sales charts in 2016. 

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Each year shows Venezuela sinking further towards a total stop of car sales activity: January is down 43% year-on-year to just 387 units while February slumps 75% to 325 sales, pulling the year-to-date total down 64% to 712 registrations. Ford is the only manufacturer to maintain organised sales in the country with a relatively up-to-date lineup, accounting for 55% of the market in January and 81.2% in February. Scania reports a 100-unit delivery of trucks in January but falls to zero in February, when only Mitsubishi, Iveco and Mack also report sales. Model-wise, the Ford Explorer leads the way with 32.6% share so far this year, with the Ford F-250 (13.9%) and Ecosport (10.7%) the other nameplates over 10% share.

Previous post: Venezuela Full Year 2015: Chevy Silverado #1, market down 96% on all-time high

One year ago (Jan): Venezuela January 2015: Market at standstill again with 683 sales

One year ago (Feb): Venezuela February 2015: Mitsubishi Lancer and Toyota Corolla survive

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