American Samoa Vehicles Market in the 2018 fell down 12% with registrations at 360. Toyota has kept the crown - despite losing 2.2% from the previous year - followed by Ford and Hyundai.
Samoa Car Sales in 2019 reported a negative performance, after the previous year's robust growth. Indeed, the Full-year reported 424 registrations, down 4.3%. Toyota held over 40% of the market, followed by Ford and Hyundai.
Papua New Guinea vehicles market in 2019 reported a robust growth, after four consecutive years of decline. Indeed, the Full-year ended with registrations at 5.331, up 9.5%. Toyota and Nissan grew in double-digits, but the star of the year was Kia, soaring 50.7%.
Fiji vehicles market is the biggest in the Pacific Ocean region, consistently increasing in recent years. However, after hitting the all-time record in 2018, the market fell sharply down in 2019. Indeed, the Full-year ended with sales at 3.510, down 23.8%, while Toyota kept dominating with 27.2%, despite declining by 42.7%.
New Caledonian Cars Market registered another moderate decline in 2019. Indeed, the Full-year ended with sales at 7.728, losing 5.8% from the previous year. Toyota reached 15.3% of share, while Dacia jumped in 2nd position, but just a very few units ahead of Peugeot, both holding 10.4%.
Australia Best selling cars in 2019 confirmed the leadership of the two pick ups made by Toyota and Ford, while the growing availability of the last generation allowed to the Toyota Corolla to take back a place in the podium. The Mazda3 slipped down in 7th position.
New Zealand vehicles sales in 2019 were still on a negative pathway, despite declining slower than in 2018. Indeed, Total sales 2019 new light vehicles sales were 154.406 (-4.7%). Mitsubishi gained the podium, overtaking the historic Australian brand Holden.
Australia Vehicles Market in 2019 registered a significant drop, matching the shy economic environment. Indeed, Total annual sales have been 1.063.922 (including near 26.000 HCVs), down 7.5%. Toyota reached 19.9% of share, while Holden signed the 10th consecutive decline, collapsing at 4.2%.
Fiji vehicles market is the biggest in the Pacific Ocean region, consistently increasing in recent years. In the 2018 the market hit a new All-Time record, with 4.609 sales (+20.1%). Toyota has dominated - holding 36.2% of share - scoring an impressive growth, still followed by Hyundai and Isuzu.