Brazil - Automotive Sales volume, 2024

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Flash report, Automotive sales volume, 2024

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Flash report, January 2024

Feb 9, 2024

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Brazilian vehicle sales increase 13.1% to 161,615 units in January (ANFAVEA)
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in January 2024 of 161,615 units represented an increase of 13.1% from January 2023.
Vehicle sales in January consisted of 118,523 passenger cars; 33,724 light commercial vehicles; 8,217 trucks; and 1,151 buses.
Among passenger vehicle manufacturers, FCA sold 25,245 units (21.3% share), VW sold 18,154 units (15.3%), GM sold 15,070 units (12.7%), Hyundai sold 14,079 units (11.9%) and Toyota sold 10,519 units (8.9%). Among light commercial vehicle manufacturers, FCA sold 15,522 units (46.0% share), VW sold 3,991 units (11.8%), GM sold 3,852 units (11.4%), Toyota sold 3,280 units (9.7%), Ford sold 2,096 units (6.2%).
The Hyundai HB20 was the best-selling passenger vehicle in January with 7,478 sales, followed by the VW Polo with 7,258 sales, Chevrolet Onix with 5,714 sales, Hyundai Creta with 4,898 sales, Fiat Argo with 4,696 sales, GM Tracker with 4,280 sales and Nissan Kicks 4,074 sales.
The Fiat Strada was the best-selling LCV in January with 8,022 sales, followed by the VW Saveiro with 3,631 sales, Toyota Hilux with 3,277 sales, Fiat Toro with 3,219 sales, GM Montana with 1,792 sales, Ford Ranger with 1,776 sales, and Ram Rampage with 1,685 sales.
In ANFAVEA's sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible fuel vehicles were up 8.6% y/y to 117,776 units (77.4% share), diesel vehicles were up 5.8% to 15,762 units (10.4%), gasoline vehicles increased 134.8% to 6,687 units (4.4%), hybrid vehicles increased 82.2% to 3,879 units (2.5%), Plugin hybrid vehicles increased 135.3% to 3,789 units (2.5%) and electric vehicles increased 477.5% to 4,354 units (2.9%).
As of January 17, Scotiabank expected that Brazil's full-year sales for 2024 and 2025 will be 2.27 million and 2.38 million, respectively. Full-year sales in 2023 were 2,308,689 units, up 9.7% from the previous year.

Automobile production, sales, export units

Type Jan. 2024 Jan. 2023 Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 118,523 103,886 14.1%
Light Commercial Vehicles 33,724 26,795 25.9%
Trucks 8,217 10,457 -21.4%
Buses 1,151 1,714 -32.8%
Total 161,615 142,852 13.1%
Export Passenger Cars 14,599 26,972 -45.9%
Light Commercial Vehicles 3,500 4,760 -26.5%
Trucks 625 1,026 -39.1%
Buses 113 290 -61.0%
Total 18,837 33,048 -43.0%
Production Passenger Cars 117,025 125,060 -6.4%
Light Commercial Vehicles 26,002 22,775 14.2%
Trucks 7,941 4,049 96.1%
Buses 1,596 782 104.1%
Total 152,564 152,666 -0.1%

Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)

Sales of new passenger cars

Maker/Brand 2024 2023 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
FCA * 25,245 21.3% 25,219 24.3% 0.1%
 - Fiat 17,475 14.7% 16,709 16.1% 4.6%
 - Jeep 7,763 6.5% 8,505 8.2% -8.7%
 - Dodge 6 0.0% 4 0.0% 50.0%
 - Chrysler 1 0.0% 1 0.0% 0.0%
VW 18,154 15.3% 16,764 16.1% 8.3%
GM 15,070 12.7% 20,561 19.8% -26.7%
Hyundai 14,079 11.9% 11,491 11.1% 22.5%
Toyota 10,519 8.9% 9,004 8.7% 16.8%
 - Toyota 10,444 8.8% 8,984 8.6% 16.3%
 - Lexus 75 0.1% 20 0.0% 275.0%
Renault 5,409 4.6% 5,607 5.4% -3.5%
Nissan 5,321 4.5% 3,383 3.3% 57.3%
Honda 5,155 4.3% 3,274 3.2% 57.5%
PSA * 4,318 3.6% 3,161 3.0% 36.6%
 - Peugeot 2,227 1.9% 1,420 1.4% 56.8%
 - Citroen 2,091 1.8% 1,741 1.7% 20.1%
CAOA 3,620 3.1% 1,353 1.3% 167.6%
 - CAOA Chery 3,470 2.9% 1,327 1.3% 161.5%
 - Hyundai 109 0.1% 26 0.0% 319.2%
 - Subaru 41 0.0% 0 0.0% -%
BMW 990 0.8% 907 0.9% 9.2%
 - BMW 869 0.7% 782 0.8% 11.1%
 - Mini 121 0.1% 125 0.1% -3.2%
Ford 713 0.6% 142 0.1% 402.1%
HPE 675 0.6% 433 0.4% 55.9%
 - Mitsubishi 646 0.5% 354 0.3% 82.5%
 - Suzuki 29 0.0% 79 0.1% -63.3%
Mercedes-Benz Cars & Vans 409 0.3% 441 0.4% -7.3%
Audi 407 0.3% 370 0.4% 10.0%
Jaguar Land Rover 401 0.3% 205 0.2% 95.6%
 - Land Rover 373 0.3% 167 0.2% 123.4%
 - Jaguar 28 0.0% 38 0.0% -26.3%
Others 8,038 6.8% 1,571 1.5% 411.6%
Total 118,523 100.0% 103,886 100.0% 14.1%

*FCA and PSA are shown as stated in the source.


Sales of new light commercial vehicles

Maker/Brand 2024 2023 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
FCA * 15,522 46.0% 12,111 45.2% 28.2%
 - Fiat 13,374 39.7% 11,879 44.3% 12.6%
 - Dodge 2,027 6.0% 216 0.8% 838.4%
 - Jeep 121 0.4% 16 0.1% 656.3%
VW 3,991 11.8% 3,282 12.2% 21.6%
GM 3,852 11.4% 2,137 8.0% 80.3%
Toyota 3,280 9.7% 3,441 12.8% -4.7%
Ford 2,096 6.2% 1,323 4.9% 58.4%
Renault 1,880 5.6% 1,376 5.1% 36.6%
HPE (Mitsubishi) 755 2.2% 783 2.9% -3.6%
Nissan 742 2.2% 661 2.5% 12.3%
Mercedes-Benz Cars & Vans 502 1.5% 622 2.3% -19.3%
PSA * 293 0.9% 425 1.6% -31.1%
 - Peugeot 198 0.6% 251 0.9% -21.1%
 - Citroen 95 0.3% 174 0.6% -45.4%
Iveco 200 0.6% 172 0.6% 16.3%
MAN 183 0.5% 125 0.5% 46.4%
CAOA 49 0.1% 2 0.0% 2,350.0%
Land Rover 0 0.0% 4 0.0% -100.0%
Others 379 1.1% 331 1.2% 14.5%
Total 33,724 100.0% 26,795 100.0% 25.9%

*FCA and PSA are shown as stated in the source.


Sales of new trucks

Maker/Brand 2024 2023 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
MAN 1,837 22.4% 2,246 21.5% -18.2%
Mercedes-Benz 1,703 20.7% 2,723 26.0% -37.5%
Volvo 1,668 20.3% 2,081 19.9% -19.8%
Scania 1,142 13.9% 1,198 11.5% -4.7%
DAF 849 10.3% 809 7.7% 4.9%
Iveco 529 6.4% 771 7.4% -31.4%
FCA * 253 3.1% 378 3.6% -33.1%
Mercedes-Benz Cars & Vans 156 1.9% 172 1.6% -9.3%
CAOA Hyundai 30 0.4% 45 0.4% -33.3%
Agrale 8 0.1% 2 0.0% 300.0%
Ford 8 0.1% 1 0.0% 700.0%
PSA * 5 0.1% 0 0.0% -%
 - Peugeot 4 0.0% 0 0.0% -%
 - Citroen 1 0.0% 0 0.0% -%
Others 29 0.4% 31 0.3% -6.5%
Total 8,217 100.0% 10,457 100.0% -21.4%

*FCA and PSA are shown as stated in the source.

Sales of new buses

Maker/Brand 2024 2023 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
Mercedes-Benz 580 50.4% 655 38.2% -11.5%
MAN (Volkswagen Caminhoes e Onibus) 276 24.0% 438 25.6% -37.0%
Agrale 167 14.5% 414 24.2% -59.7%
Iveco 60 5.2% 28 1.6% 114.3%
Volvo 34 3.0% 123 7.2% -72.4%
Scania 33 2.9% 31 1.8% 6.5%
Others 1 0.1% 25 1.5% -96.0%
Total 1,151 100.0% 1,714 100.0% -32.8%

Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)


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