Moroccan car market

Morocco 2020. Car market down 11.6% while the leader Dacia gains share

Moroccan auto market in 2020 falls by 11.6% as the pandemic,  lockdowns and fall in tourism affect sales. Full-Year sales have been 129.414, while the leader Dacia keeps gaining market share (+0.7%).

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Morocco 2019. Auto market lost 8.9%, while Dacia hit an all-time record

Moroccan Cars Market in 2019 has lost terrain after three years of consecutive records. Indeed, Full-year sales have been 142.974, down 8.9% from the previous year. Renault Group controlled almost half of the market, while Dacia reached 30.9% of share.

Morocco 2018. Fourth All Time Record in a string

Moroccan Cars Market grew 3.6% in the 2018 with registrations at 174.645, pushed by the LCVs segment, hitting the fourth consecutive all-time record. Dacia, the market leader with 28.2% of market share, is followed by Renault and Volkswagen.

Morocco 2017. Vehicles sales at third All Time record in a string

Morocco Autos Market in the 2017 hit the third consecutive all time record, while auto export from Renault plant improved substantially. Renault-Nissan Group dominates the market with 47% of share, with Dacia leader ahead of Renault and Ford.

Morocco 2016. New record up 23%

Morocco Auto Sales 2016 at the new all time record, the second in a row, consolidating the rule as fourth African market. Dacia, Renault and Ford led the ranking while Volkswagen shines.

Morocco best selling cars 2016

Morocco best selling cars 2016 dominated by Dacia models, with the Logan again in the first place as in all the most recent years. Protagonist of the year was the Ford Fiesta, jumped in 2nd.

Morocco 2015. Auto Industry hit a new record again

Morocco Cars Market in 2015 hit the new all time record thanks to sales boomed 43% in December, traditionally the strongest month of the year. While Dacia dominates with 28% of share, Nissan doubled sales.

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In 2014 the car market in Morocco rose 1%.

In 2014 the car market in Morocco rose 1% with Dacia dominating the market with over 27% of market share and four models on top of best-selling list. Toyota was the fastest growing brand.