The Toyota Land Cruiser is the best-selling vehicle in Lebanon over the period.
The Lebanese new car market drops -11.3% year-on-year over the first eight months of 2021 to 7.036 units vs. 7.935 a year ago. Toyota improves its share even further to 38.3% vs. 35.2% after four months this year, while Nissan tumbles down from 23.6% to 13.5% of the market. In fact, the Top 9 brands are unchanged on the January-April period, with Lexus rounding out the podium, Suzuki and Mitsubishi closing the Top 5 and Renault, Hyundai, Kia and Land Rover in tow. Chevrolet knocks MG out of the Top 10, while Isuzu and Jeep both gain two spots to #15 and #16 respectively.
The models ranking gets reshuffled once again, with the Toyota Land Cruiser easily snapping the pole position with 14.9% share, distancing the Toyota Hilux at 9.7% and the leader after four months, the Nissan Sunny at 8.6%. The Mitsubishi L200 and Toyota Corolla round out the Top 5, displacing the Lexus LX, Nissan X-Trail and Suzuki Swift Dzire. The Suzuki Baleno is up 23 spots to break into the Top 10 at #9 and the Lexus ES makes it two Lexuses in the Top 10 at #10. The Toyota Prado is up 8 spots to #15 and the Toyota C-HR is up 27 to #18.
Full January-August 2021 Top 35 brands and Top 50 models below.