17 December 2017

Car Sales Lebanon: 2015


A 4% rise in registrations followed a recent pattern of modest increases in volume. Toyota took the chance to end the Korean 1-2 with an impressive 29% increase. In fact the other members of the top 4 club all suffered double digit falls. Renault had a 34% jump in sales but was still someway short of moving up from 5th. Suzuki came from nowhere to 6th with a 153% gain. Both BMW and MINI did well with 80% and 53% increases respectively.

The list below is colour coded according to regions the brand is associated with. Yellow is Asia, salmon Japan. North America is dark blue and Europe light blue.


11 12 13 14 15 Make 2015 % +/-

1 1 1 1 1 Kia 7,525 19% -10%

5 4 4 3 2 Toyota 6,271 16% 29%

3 2 2 2 3 Hyundai 5,964 15% -16%

2 3 3 4 4 Nissan 4,092 10% -14%

6 6 6 5 5 Renault 1,755 4% 34%

16 17 18 13 6 Suzuki 1,383 4% 153%

9 18 7 6 7 Mitsubishi 1,300 3% 20%

4 5 5 7 8 Chevrolet 1,297 3% 25%

8 8 9 8 9 Mercedes 1,046 3% 25%

14 9 16 12 10 BMW 1,027 3% 80%

13 12 13 9 11 Mazda 854 2% 16%

11 11 10 11 12 Audi 713 2% 2%

10 7 8 10 13 VW 557 1% -22%

21 20 12 15 14 Land Rover 527 1% 15%

25 26 21 18 15 Ford 465 1% 33%

17 14 14 14 16 Dacia 434 1% -8%

12 15 15 17 17 Honda 410 1% 12%

7 10 11 16 18 Peugeot 363 1% -9%

18 19 20 20 19 Porsche 318 1% 7%

27 28 23 22 20 Subaru 306 1% 19%

28 25 27 25 21 MINI 291 1% 58%

22 22 24 23 22 GM US 278 1% 17%

24 29 25 28 23 Infiniti 249 1% 74%

20 16 19 21 24 Chrysler 232 1% -13%

39 39 41 38 25 Daihatsu 204 1% 483%

15 13 22 26 26 Seat 199 1% 16%

34 33 31 31 27 Volvo 189
110%

31 33 37 24 28 Opel 164
-11%

19 23 26 27 29 Citroën 156
-7%

26 27 29 30 30 Fiat 114
4%

29 30 35 33 31 Jaguar 109
30%

41 21 17 19 32 Geely 98
-68%

35 36 34 32 33 Lexus 97
14%

45 45 42 41 34 Ssangyong 53
342%

37 40 39 36 35 Maserati 46
-30%

- - 30 29 36 BYD 41
-68%

23 24 28 34 37 Škoda 33
-54%

30 31 32 35 38 JAC 32
-54%

33 37 33 37 39 Chery 29
-48%

49 - - 45 40 Ferrari 28
460%


Other 112


Total 39,361
4%

Data source: AIA.