South Africa - Automotive Sales volume, 2022



Flash report, Automotive sales volume, 2022

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Flash report, Aug 2022

Sep 5, 2022

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South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  Aug. 2022 Aug. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Aug.
2022
Jan.-Aug.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 31,269 27,277 14.6% 238,844 194,035 23.1%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
13,281 11,745 13.1% 86,417 90,845 -4.9%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
715 718 -0.4% 4,996 4,765 4.8%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
558 464 20.3% 3,972 3,225 23.2%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
1,516 1,273 19.1% 9,620 9,059 6.2%
Buses (8,500kg-) 81 56 44.6% 375 427 -12.2%
Total 47,420 41,533 14.2% 344,224 302,356 13.8%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand Aug. 2022 Share
Toyota 10,797 24.2%
VW 6,630 14.9%
Suzuki 4,164 9.3%
Hyundai 3,098 7.0%
Nissan 2,644 5.9%
Renault 2,350 5.3%
Ford 2,341 5.3%
Kia 2,035 4.6%
Isuzu 1,830 4.1%
Haval 1,797 4.0%
Mahindra 1,332 3.0%
Chery 1,320 3.0%
BMW 1,064 2.4%
Mercedes-Benz * 920 2.1%
Stellantis 713 1.6%
Mazda 445 1.0%
Mitsubishi 297 0.7%
Honda 220 0.5%
JAC 133 0.3%
Jaguar 114 0.3%
Porsche 111 0.2%
Volvo 91 0.2%
Subaru 81 0.2%
Lamborghini 8 0.0%
FAW 6 0.0%
Ferrari 6 0.0%
Bentley 3 0.0%
Aug. 2022 Total 44,550 -
Aug. 2021 Total 39,022 -
Y-o-Y 14.2% -


Commercial
Maker/Brand Aug. 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses  493 17.2%
Toyota 341 11.9%
FAW 303 10.6%
Volvo 293 10.2%
Isuzu 292 10.2%
UD Trucks 255 8.9%
Scania 229 8.0%
MAN 150 5.2%
Powerstar 101 3.5%
Mercedes-Benz * 79 2.8%
Tata 76 2.6%
VW 63 2.2%
Iveco 58 2.0%
Eicher 40 1.4%
Hyundai 31 1.1%
DAF 30 1.0%
JAC 19 0.7%
Stellantis 17 0.6%
Aug. 2022 Total 2,870 -
Aug. 2021 Total 2,511 -
Y-o-Y 14.3% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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Flash report, July 2022

Aug 2, 2022

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South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  Jul. 2022 Jul. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jul.
2022
Jan.-Jul.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 31,455 20,938 50.2% 207,764 166,758 24.6%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
9,547 10,257 -6.9% 73,131 79,100 -7.5%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
790 594 33.0% 4,298 4,047 6.2%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
471 387 21.7% 3,430 2,761 24.2%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
1,281 1,079 18.7% 8,205 7,786 5.4%
Buses (8,500kg-) 49 57 -14.0% 305 371 -17.8%
Total 43,593 33,312 30.9% 297,133 260,823 13.9%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand Jul. 2022 Share
Toyota 6,707 16.4%
VW 6,165 15.0%
Suzuki 4,734 11.5%
Hyundai 2,937 7.2%
Nissan 2,625 6.4%
Renault 2,552 6.2%
Ford 2,473 6.0%
Kia 2,087 5.1%
Isuzu 1,665 4.1%
BMW 1,512 3.7%
Haval 1,502 3.7%
Mahindra 1,327 3.2%
Chery 1,262 3.1%
Stellantis 888 2.2%
Mercedes-Benz * 808 2.0%
Mazda 421 1.0%
Honda 297 0.7%
Mitsubishi 289 0.7%
Jaguar 275 0.7%
JAC 144 0.4%
Volvo 128 0.3%
Porsche 115 0.3%
Subaru 69 0.2%
Bentley 6 0.0%
FAW 6 0.0%
Ferrari 4 0.0%
Lamborghini 4 0.0%
Jul. 2022 Total 41,002 -
Jul. 2021 Total 31,195 -
Y-o-Y 31.4% -

Commercial
Maker/Brand Jul. 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses  452 17.4%
Toyota 403 15.6%
Isuzu 286 11.0%
Volvo 258 10.0%
UD Trucks 241 9.3%
FAW 231 8.9%
Scania 172 6.6%
MAN 114 4.4%
Mercedes-Benz * 94 3.6%
Tata 72 2.8%
Iveco 68 2.6%
Eicher 50 1.9%
VW 39 1.5%
Powerstar 32 1.2%
Hyundai 28 1.1%
DAF 27 1.0%
Stellantis 16 0.6%
JAC 8 0.3%
Jul. 2022 Total 2,591 -
Jul. 2021 Total 2,117 -
Y-o-Y 22.4% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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Flash report, June 2022

Jul 4, 2022

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South Africa auto sales up 7.6% in June, up 11.4% in H1 2022
On July 1, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA) announced that sales of new passenger and commercial vehicles in South Africa increased 7.6% year-on-year to 41,019 units in June 2022. In the first half of 2022 sales volume increased 11.4% year-over-year to 253,442 units.
Passenger vehicles sales in June 2022 represented a 20.6% increase from the same month in 2021, LCV sales represented a 20.8% decrease, MCV represented a 1.3% increase, HCV sales represented a 19.4% increase, Extra Heavy CV sales were up 5.8%, and bus sales were totally flat.
Sales to dealers accounted for 85.2%, car rental agencies 8.6%, corporate fleets 5.0%, and governments 1.2%.
Among passenger vehicle sales by manufacturers in June, Toyota sold 7,086 units (18.4% share), VW sold 5,652 units (14.7% share) and Suzuki sold 4,622 units (12.0% share). Among commercial vehicle sales in June, Daimler Trucks and Buses sold 387 units (14.9%), Toyota sold 353 units (13.6%), and Isuzu sold 322 units (12.4%).
Exports in June increased by 18.0% y/y to 33,054 units.
According to NAAMSA, considering several upside risks to the economy and the inflation outlook, the new vehicle market delivered an upbeat performance during the month of June 2022. However, as consumers start to feel the pinch of rising food and fuel prices along with higher interest rates on their cost of living, the spill-over effect of reduced disposable income will increasingly result in lower demand for non-essentials. In a further blow to the economy resulting in escalating business and consumer anxiety, stage 6 load shedding was implemented during the month, only the second time since 2019. Just emerging from COVID-19 and the impact of the devastating floods in KZN, stage 6 load shedding will cost the South African economy dearly at a time when it is already facing a myriad of headwinds battling to recover.
Passenger car exports performed well during the month, but LCV exports lagged due to the knock-on effects of the KZN floods as well as the ongoing shortage of semi-conductors impacting on vehicle production. Although the ongoing war in Ukraine, supply chain disruptions and the risk of stagflation are hampering global growth and will weigh in on the domestic industry’s export potential, prospects for 2022 remain optimistic on the back of further new locally manufactured model introductions during the year.

South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  Jun. 2022 Jun. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jun.
2022
Jan.-Jun.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 29,545 24,497 20.6% 176,245 145,820 20.9%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
8,877 11,206 -20.8% 63,586 68,843 -7.6%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
697 688 1.3% 3,518 3,453 1.9%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
560 469 19.4% 2,956 2,374 24.5%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
1,263 1,194 5.8% 6,873 6,707 2.5%
Buses (8,500kg-) 77 77 0.0% 264 314 -15.9%
Total 41,019 38,131 7.6% 253,442 227,511 11.4%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand Jun. 2022 Share
Toyota 7,086 18.4%
VW 5,652 14.7%
Suzuki 4,622 12.0%
Hyundai 2,917 7.6%
Ford 2,393 6.2%
Nissan 2,370 6.2%
Renault 2,332 6.1%
Kia 2,091 5.4%
Haval 1,861 4.8%
Isuzu 1,393 3.6%
BMW 1,313 3.4%
Mahindra 1,062 2.8%
Stellantis 1,009 2.6%
Mercedes-Benz * 693 1.8%
Honda 371 1.0%
Mitsubishi 279 0.7%
Jaguar 275 0.7%
Mazda 272 0.7%
JAC 134 0.3%
Porsche 121 0.3%
Volvo 83 0.2%
Subaru 75 0.2%
Ferrari 8 0.0%
Bentley 4 0.0%
FAW 3 0.0%
Lamborghini 3 0.0%
Jun. 2022 Total 38,422 -
Jun. 2021 Total 35,703 -
Y-o-Y 7.6% -

Commercial
Maker/Brand Jun. 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses * 387 14.9%
Toyota 353 13.6%
Isuzu 322 12.4%
FAW 260 10.0%
UD Trucks 234 9.0%
Volvo 229 8.8%
Scania 217 8.4%
MAN 147 5.7%
Mercedes-Benz * 89 3.4%
Tata 87 3.4%
Powerstar 70 2.7%
Iveco 62 2.4%
Eicher 51 2.0%
Hyundai 28 1.1%
DAF 21 0.8%
VW 20 0.8%
JAC 17 0.7%
Ford 3 0.1%
Jun. 2022 Total 2,597 -
Jun. 2021 Total 2,428 -
Y-o-Y 7.0% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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Flash report, May 2022

Jun 2, 2022

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South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  May 2022 May 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-May
2022
Jan.-May
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 27,437 24,119 13.8% 146,789 121,323 21.0%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
9,221 11,912 -22.6% 54,669 57,637 -5.1%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
614 549 11.8% 2,870 2,765 3.8%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
536 477 12.4% 2,398 1,905 25.9%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
1,314 1,247 5.4% 5,627 5,513 2.1%
Buses (8,500kg-) 55 54 1.9% 184 237 -22.4%
Total 39,177 38,358 2.1% 212,537 189,380 12.2%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand May 2022 Share
Toyota 6,415 17.5%
VW 4,751 13.0%
Suzuki 4,331 11.8%
Hyundai 3,005 8.2%
Renault 2,442 6.7%
Ford 2,398 6.5%
Nissan 2,299 6.3%
Kia 1,972 5.4%
Haval 1,936 5.3%
Isuzu 1,253 3.4%
BMW 1,249 3.4%
Mahindra 1,228 3.3%
Mercedes-Benz * 800 2.2%
Stellantis 741 2.0%
Mazda 467 1.3%
Mitsubishi 336 0.9%
Jaguar 331 0.9%
Honda 288 0.8%
Porsche 166 0.5%
Volvo 97 0.3%
JAC 86 0.2%
Subaru 50 0.1%
Lamborghini 10 0.0%
Ferrari 5 0.0%
Bentley 2 0.0%
May 2022 Total 36,658 -
May 2021 Total 36,031 -
Y-o-Y 1.7% -

Commercial
Maker/Brand May 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses * 350 13.9%
UD Trucks 290 11.5%
Volvo 290 11.5%
FAW 286 11.4%
Isuzu 254 10.1%
Toyota 249 9.9%
Scania 187 7.4%
MAN 143 5.7%
Tata 80 3.2%
Powerstar 72 2.9%
Iveco 70 2.8%
Mercedes-Benz * 61 2.4%
Eicher 51 2.0%
Ford 49 1.9%
Hyundai 34 1.3%
VW 27 1.1%
DAF 19 0.8%
JAC 7 0.3%
May 2022 Total 2,519 -
May 2021 Total 2,327 -
Y-o-Y 8.3% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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Flash report, April 2022

May 6, 2022

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South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  Apr. 2022 Apr. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr.
2022
Jan.-Apr.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 25,653 22,729 12.9% 119,297 97,204 22.7%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
9,558 10,849 -11.9% 45,444 45,725 -0.6%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
475 524 -9.4% 2,264 2,216 2.2%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
456 351 29.9% 1,851 1,428 29.6%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
931 1,104 -15.7% 4,316 4,266 1.2%
Buses (8,500kg-) 34 34 0.0% 127 183 -30.6%
Total 37,107 35,591 4.3% 173,299 151,022 14.8%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand Apr. 2022 Share
Toyota 8,708 24.7%
VW 5,052 14.3%
Suzuki 3,696 10.5%
Hyundai 2,820 8.0%
Renault 2,400 6.8%
Nissan 2,148 6.1%
Kia 2,019 5.7%
Ford 1,956 5.6%
Haval 1,393 4.0%
Mahindra 912 2.6%
Isuzu 830 2.4%
BMW 812 2.3%
Stellantis 523 1.5%
Mercedes-Benz * 483 1.4%
Mazda 428 1.2%
Mitsubishi 308 0.9%
Honda 238 0.7%
Jaguar 155 0.4%
Volvo 153 0.4%
JAC 82 0.2%
Porsche 70 0.2%
Subaru 15 0.0%
Ferrari 8 0.0%
Bentley 2 0.0%
Apr. 2022 Total 35,211 -
Apr. 2021 Total 33,578 -
Y-o-Y 4.9% -

Commercial
Maker/Brand Apr. 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses * 260 13.7%
Toyota 244 12.9%
Isuzu 208 11.0%
UD Trucks 193 10.2%
FAW 189 10.0%
Volvo 174 9.2%
MAN 133 7.0%
Scania 131 6.9%
Powerstar 71 3.7%
Tata 70 3.7%
Mercedes-Benz * 54 2.8%
Iveco 46 2.4%
VW 32 1.7%
Eicher 29 1.5%
Hyundai 27 1.4%
DAF 19 1.0%
JAC 10 0.5%
Ford 6 0.3%
Apr. 2022 Total 1,896 -
Apr. 2021 Total 2,013 -
Y-o-Y -5.8% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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Flash report, March 2022

Apr 4, 2022

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South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  Mar. 2022 Mar. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2022
Jan.-Mar.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 33,790 26,599 27.0% 93,377 74,475 25.4%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
13,975 14,364 -2.7% 35,888 34,876 2.9%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
798 674 18.4% 1,796 1,692 6.1%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
546 518 5.4% 1,402 1,077 30.2%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
1,449 1,228 18.0% 3,504 3,162 10.8%
Buses (8,500kg-) 49 40 22.5% 98 149 -34.2%
Total 50,607 43,423 16.5% 136,065 115,431 17.9%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand Mar. 2022 Share
Toyota 14,568 30.5%
VW 6,398 13.4%
Hyundai 3,772 7.9%
Suzuki 3,347 7.0%
Nissan 3,132 6.6%
Renault 2,600 5.4%
Ford 2,235 4.7%
Haval 2,036 4.3%
Kia 1,910 4.0%
Isuzu 1,443 3.0%
BMW 1,225 2.6%
Mahindra 1,219 2.6%
Mercedes-Benz * 1,070 2.2%
Stellantis 741 1.6%
Mazda 612 1.3%
Honda 409 0.9%
Jaguar 319 0.7%
Mitsubishi 302 0.6%
Porsche 157 0.3%
Volvo 99 0.2%
JAC 95 0.2%
Subaru 58 0.1%
Ferrari 11 0.0%
Lamborghini 6 0.0%
Bentley 1 0.0%
Mar. 2022 Total 47,765 -
Mar. 2021 Total 40,963 -
Y-o-Y 16.6% -

Commercial
Maker/Brand Mar. 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses * 444 15.6%
Toyota 440 15.5%
Volvo 306 10.8%
Isuzu 280 9.9%
UD Trucks 238 8.4%
FAW 230 8.1%
MAN 214 7.5%
Scania 175 6.2%
Tata 114 4.0%
Mercedes-Benz * 85 3.0%
Powerstar 84 3.0%
DAF 64 2.3%
Hyundai 44 1.5%
Iveco 36 1.3%
Eicher 35 1.2%
VW 35 1.2%
Stellantis 10 0.4%
JAC 8 0.3%
Mar. 2022 Total 2,842 -
Mar. 2021 Total 2,460 -
Y-o-Y 15.5% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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Flash report, February 2022

Mar 2, 2022

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South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  Feb. 2022 Feb. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2022
Jan.-Feb.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 29,563 24,144 22.4% 59,589 47,876 24.5%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
12,290 11,232 9.4% 21,914 20,512 6.8%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
572 532 7.5% 1,020 1,018 0.2%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
530 342 55.0% 869 559 55.5%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
1,242 1,082 14.8% 2,111 1,934 9.2%
Buses (8,500kg-) 32 37 -13.5% 56 109 -48.6%
Total 44,229 37,369 18.4% 85,559 72,008 18.8%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand Feb. 2022 Share
Toyota 13,171 31.5%
VW 6,108 14.6%
Suzuki 3,240 7.7%
Hyundai 2,986 7.1%
Nissan 2,126 5.1%
Haval 2,054 4.9%
Renault 2,047 4.9%
Ford 1,876 4.5%
Kia 1,737 4.2%
Isuzu 1,444 3.5%
Mahindra 1,077 2.6%
BMW 1,072 2.6%
Mercedes-Benz * 543 1.3%
Stellantis 520 1.2%
Mazda 491 1.2%
Honda 350 0.8%
Jaguar 306 0.7%
Mitsubishi 288 0.7%
Volvo 155 0.4%
Porsche 154 0.4%
Subaru 93 0.2%
Ferrari 6 0.0%
Lamborghini 6 0.0%
Bentley 3 0.0%
Feb. 2022 Total 41,853 -
Feb. 2021 Total 35,376 -
Y-o-Y 18.3% -

Commercial
Maker/Brand Feb. 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses * 393 16.5%
Toyota 287 12.1%
UD Trucks 254 10.7%
Volvo 241 10.1%
Isuzu 233 9.8%
Scania 229 9.6%
FAW 180 7.6%
MAN 136 5.7%
Tata 104 4.4%
Powerstar 78 3.3%
Iveco 53 2.2%
VW 45 1.9%
Mercedes-Benz * 38 1.6%
DAF 33 1.4%
Hyundai 31 1.3%
Stellantis 25 1.1%
Eicher 15 0.6%
Ford 1 0.0%
Feb. 2022 Total 2,376 -
Feb. 2021 Total 1,993 -
Y-o-Y 19.2% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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Flash report, January 2022

Feb 2, 2022

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South Africa- Sales of new vehicles
  Jan. 2022 Jan. 2021 Y-o-Y
Passenger cars 30,037 23,732 26.6%
Light commercial vehicles
(LCV -3,500kg)
9,629 9,280 3.8%
Medium commercial vehicles
(3,501-8,500kg)
465 486 -4.3%
Heavy commercial vehicles
(8,501kg-16,500kg)
329 217 51.6%
Extra heavy commercial vehicles
(16,500kg-)
907 852 6.5%
Buses (8,500kg-) 15 72 -79.2%
Total 41,382 34,639 19.5%
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)

Passenger+LCV
Maker/Brand Jan. 2022 Share
Toyota 12,312 31.0%
VW 5,346 13.5%
Suzuki 3,232 8.1%
Hyundai 2,630 6.6%
Haval 2,442 6.2%
Renault 2,247 5.7%
Nissan 2,172 5.5%
Ford 1,639 4.1%
Kia 1,507 3.8%
Isuzu 1,262 3.2%
Mahindra 1,010 2.5%
BMW 954 2.4%
Mercedes-Benz * 695 1.8%
Mazda 544 1.4%
Stellantis 455 1.1%
Mitsubishi 301 0.8%
Jaguar 273 0.7%
Honda 272 0.7%
Porsche 204 0.5%
Subaru 85 0.2%
Volvo 68 0.2%
Ferrari 9 0.0%
Lamborghini 4 0.0%
Bentley 3 0.0%
Jan. 2022 Total 39,666 -
Jan. 2021 Total 33,012 -
Y-o-Y 20.2% -

Commercial
Maker/Brand Jan. 2022 Share
Daimler Trucks and Buses * 316 18.4%
Volvo 190 11.1%
Isuzu 171 10.0%
Toyota 168 9.8%
FAW 143 8.3%
UD Trucks 136 7.9%
Scania 128 7.5%
Iveco 92 5.4%
MAN 81 4.7%
Tata 80 4.7%
Powerstar 55 3.2%
VW 47 2.7%
Hyundai 38 2.2%
DAF 31 1.8%
Mercedes-Benz * 21 1.2%
Eicher 12 0.7%
Stellantis 7 0.4%
Jan. 2022 Total 1,716 -
Jan. 2021 Total 1,627 -
Y-o-Y 5.5% -
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA)
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