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Thanks to our partnership with Lightstone and NAAMSA, here is official data for Namibia in 2017. Toyota remains the most popular carmaker in the country, with the Top 6 unchanged on last year: Volkswagen, Nissan, Ford, Isuzu and Chevrolet follow. Renault, Mazda and Suzuki break into the Top 10. Looking at passenger cars only, Toyota, Volkswagen and Ford dominate while Renault (#5), Mazda (#8) and Datsun (#9) appear in the Top 10. After dropping 19% in 2016, the Toyota Hilux loses another 18% this year but remains by far the best-selling vehicle in Namibia by a factor of 3.5 to 1 on the Nissan NP300/Hardbody, itself down 16% but up two spots to #2. The Ford Ranger (-24%) rounds up the podium ahead of the Toyota Fortuner (+7%) and Isuzu KB (-40%) making it four pickups in the Top 5 vs. 4 in the Top 4 in 2016. Both the VW Polo and the Toyota Land Cruiser Pickup advance one rank to #6 and #7 respectively while the Toyota RAV4 and Corolla Quest break into the Top 10. In the Passenger cars charts, the VW Tiguan leaps up to #8 and the Nissan X-Trail replaces the Ford Ecosport in the Top 10.
Two years ago: Namibia Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux crosses 20% share mark
Full Year 2017 Top 10 brands, light vehicles and passenger cars vs. Full Year 2016 info below.