The Suzuki Alto holds 39.4% of the Pakistani market in November.
According to local association PAMA, sales of locally-produced light vehicles in Pakistan drastically reduce their fall to -1.7% year-on-year and 18,391. The year-to-date tally edges down -0.2% to 209,749. Leader Suzuki (+45.5%) goes completely against the market with a fantastic gain, leading it to a mammoth 67.4% share, its highest since COVID-affected May 2020. The manufacturer is up 6.8% year-to-date to 54.6% share. As expected all other main brands suffer heavy losses: Toyota is at -48.7%, Hyundai at -41% and Honda at -34.5%. Newcomer Sazgar Haval is up to #5 with 1.2% share.
Model-wise, the Suzuki Alto (+199.8%) multiplies its year-ago volume by 3 to hold 39.4% of the market, its highest share the record 41.7% it hit in September 2019. The Suzuki Swift (+37333.3%!) continues to be propelled up by the new generation and reaches 12.2% share, its highest so far for the new model. It however only ranks #7 year-to-date after a paltry start of the year for the old generation. The Suzuki Cultus (-31.2%) and Toyota Corolla (-62.1%) follow ahead of the Toyota Yaris (-55.5%), all in a rut. The Sazgar Haval H6 ranks #14.
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