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Car Sales Record a 48% YoY Increase in November 2020

Posted 27 mins ago by Waleed Shah

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The Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA) has released car sales figures for November 2020. According to the data shared by Topline Securities, the auto sector continues to show progress, having recorded sales at 14,454 in November, amounting to a 48 percent Year-on-Year (YoY) increase.


The data further shows that the Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) had sold 6,803 vehicles in November 2020 and had a Month-on-Month (MoM) sales increase of 12 percent and a YoY sales increase of 16 percent.


Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) sold 4,942 vehicles in November, recording a YoY sales increase of 87 percent and an MoM sales decrease of 10 percent.


Honda Atlas Cars sold 2,237 vehicles in November, recording an MoM increase/decrease of 0 percent and a YoY sales increase of 72 percent.



Hyundai Nishat sold 472 vehicles in total during the same month, resulting in an MoM increase of 63 percent in sales.


Topline Securities also reported through its sources in the industry that Lucky Motors, which is the manufacturer and distributor of KIA in Pakistan and is not a member of PAMA, had a 63 percent increase in its YoY sales.


Here is how the automakers affiliated with PAMA performed in terms of passenger vehicle sales during November:


Passenger Vehicle Sales (As Reported By PAMA)
PSMC
Passenger CarsUnits Sold in November 2020
Cultus1,517
Alto2,723
Wagon R881
Bolan549
Swift114
Toyota Indus
Corolla1,704
Yaris2,338
Fortuner349
Honda Atlas
City & Civic2,088
BR-V149
Hyundai Nishat
Tucson371



The prices of the cars being sold by the members of PAMA keeps increasing despite the appreciation of the local currency. The advent of the new automakers might be able to change this trend.

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Car Sales Record a 48% YoY Increase in November 2020

Posted 27 mins ago by Waleed Shah

Car-parking-bunch-of-cars-lined-up-e1505478984877.jpg


The Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA) has released car sales figures for November 2020. According to the data shared by Topline Securities, the auto sector continues to show progress, having recorded sales at 14,454 in November, amounting to a 48 percent Year-on-Year (YoY) increase.


The data further shows that the Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) had sold 6,803 vehicles in November 2020 and had a Month-on-Month (MoM) sales increase of 12 percent and a YoY sales increase of 16 percent.


Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) sold 4,942 vehicles in November, recording a YoY sales increase of 87 percent and an MoM sales decrease of 10 percent.


Honda Atlas Cars sold 2,237 vehicles in November, recording an MoM increase/decrease of 0 percent and a YoY sales increase of 72 percent.



Hyundai Nishat sold 472 vehicles in total during the same month, resulting in an MoM increase of 63 percent in sales.


Topline Securities also reported through its sources in the industry that Lucky Motors, which is the manufacturer and distributor of KIA in Pakistan and is not a member of PAMA, had a 63 percent increase in its YoY sales.


Here is how the automakers affiliated with PAMA performed in terms of passenger vehicle sales during November:


Passenger Vehicle Sales (As Reported By PAMA)
PSMC
Passenger CarsUnits Sold in November 2020
Cultus1,517
Alto2,723
Wagon R881
Bolan549
Swift114
Toyota Indus
Corolla1,704
Yaris2,338
Fortuner349
Honda Atlas
City & Civic2,088
BR-V149
Hyundai Nishat
Tucson371



The prices of the cars being sold by the members of PAMA keeps increasing despite the appreciation of the local currency. The advent of the new automakers might be able to change this trend.

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Pakistan desperately needs to diversify it's car industry and rein in the auto mafia big time. These few companies have become parasites.
 

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Pakistan desperately needs to diversify it's car industry and rein in the auto mafia big time. These few companies have become parasites.

Proton has entered the market. As have Changan. WV coming in 2022. More are on the way.

 

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The nation has certainly responded to austerity and carbon emission policy of the twitter government.
 

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