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After gaining a spectacular 50% in 2014, the Egyptian new vehicle market “consolidates” in 2015 at -5% to 278.406 registrations. The Chevrolet TFR is the best-selling vehicle in the country for the 2nd straight year thanks to sales up 1% to 25.191 and 9% share, increasing the gap with its follower the antediluvian Hyundai Verna – mostly popular with taxi companies – down 12% to 21.260. Below the Nissan Sunny down 16% to 14.064 units, the best performance of the year is posted by the Renault Logan up 90% and 8 spots on a year ago to 10.665 units and 3.8% share. The new generation launched in June, and since then the Logan hasn’t left the monthly Top 4, even peaking at #2 and 8% share in December. Renault enjoys a fantastic year with the Sandero up 126% to #14.
Other great performers in the Egyptian models ranking include the Mitsubishi Lancer EX up 70% to #7, the Chevrolet New Optra (aka Baojun 630) up to #24 and the Suzuki Ciaz up to #27 for their first full year of sales. Among newcomers for 2015, the Toyota Prado (#55), Ford Kuga (#61) and Fiat Punto (#63) are the best-sellers, while the Hyundai Tucson lands directly #67 thanks to a very promising December launch when it ranked #7 overall with 690 sales.
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Full Year 2015 Top 262 All-models ranking vs. Full 2014 figures below.
Full December 2015 Top 127 All-models ranking below.