Kenya Car Market Report 2010-2025

Kenya Car Market Report 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.

Kenya car market

Kenya 2021. Nissan Grows Swiftly In Market Up Only 2.3%

Kenya's Auto market in 2021 gains 2.3% with 5,156 sales, reporting a double-digit drop in the second half of the year. Isuzu overtakes Toyota and becomes the new market leader.

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Kenya 2020. Toyota reinforces leadership in market severely affected by the pandemic (-47.8%)

Kenyan auto market in 2020 falls by 47.8% as the pandemic and restrictions affect sales. Full-Year sales have been 6.942, while the leader Toyota consolidates its leadership by gaining 7.5% market share.

Kenya 2018. Booming in Q4, the market recovered 29%

Kenyan Vehicles Sales grew 29.3% 2018 fluctuating for the entire year, ending with registrations at 14.265. Isuzu was again the market leader, ahead of Toyota, with a wide gap over Mitsubishi. Nissan is working to launch a new plant to produce small vans.

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Kenya 2017. Toyota gained in a market falling 20%

Kenyan Cars Sales in the 2017 fell near 20% hit by political crisis and deterioration of economic activity. The market has lost near 40% in two years. Isuzu is leader, thanks to the domination in the HCV segment, followed by Toyota, leader in light vehicles.

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Kenya 214. New Vehicles Market up 16%

Kenya New Vehicles Market up 16% in 2014 recovering from the previous year but not yet growing in line with the market potential, penalized by strong import of pre-owned vehicles. Mitsubishi dominates the market.

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Kenya 2019. Vehicles market has lost 7.9%

Kenyan Vehicles Sales in 2019 has progressively lost steam ending the Q4 with a sharp decline. Full year sales have been 113.130, down 7.9%. While HCVs segment was steady, the car passengers dropped down significantly. The two best selling brands have a combined share over 60%.