Egypt car sales rose 5% in September 2012. Hyundai dropped. – focus2move.com

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Egypt car sales rose 5% in September 2012. Hyundai dropped.

The car market in Egypt posted a moderate year-on-year increase in September, posting 18.420 sales, up 5.2%. Year-to-date sales were 141.605, up 10.1%, a slow recovery after the 2012 29% drop. Penalized by short supply, the market leader Hyundai struggled losing the monthly leadership in favor of rival Chevrolet .

The car market last year dropped at 176.000 units, down 29.7% from previous year and in the 2012 the recovery had been slow. Full year 2012 is projected by focus2move.com at 193.000, up 9.4%.

Before analyzing single market data, we wish to advise that data on this country are not official and we receive updated from our sources also on previous months. As we got new data, we include them and this can cause slight changes over previous reports.

Chevrolet outpaced Hyundai for the September leadership, selling 4.395 units with a share of 23.9%. Chevrolet performance was quite stable across the year as shown by quarterly share we report in the table. Year-to-date sales were 31.480, with a share of 22.2%, very close to Hyundai leadership.

Chevrolet posted 3 models in the top5, the LCV TFR Cab in second, the Lanos in 4th and the Aveo in 5th, but only another in the top 30, the Spark 30th year-to-date.

Hyundai in September faced supply issues selling only 2.464 vehicles and temporary losing the leadership. The share was 13.4%, down 10 points from previous month. Third quarter share at 20.0% was down 4.4 points from Q2. Year-to-date sales were 31.703, up 283 from Chevrolet, with a share of 22.4%.

Hyundai held the best-selling model, the Verna, the third model, the Elantra and the sixth, the Accent.

Kia was 3rd, with 1.603 units with a share of 8.7%, down 2.1 points from previous month. Q3 share at 9.9% was aligned with the rest of the year. The top model was the Carens, 8th year-to-date.

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Toyota was 4th, with 1.394 units and a share of 7.6, up 0.4 points of share from previous month. Q3 share at 7.5% was up 0.3 points from Q2. The top model was the Hilux 12th year-to-date.

Renault was 5th, and the first of European brands, selling 1.126 vehicles for a share of 6.1%, up 2.4 points from the awful August. Q3 share at 4.8% was down 0.2 points from Q2 and YTD. The best Renault is not a Renault!

Indeed it is the Logan, a Dacia locally re-badged, ranked 7th YTD.

Suzuki confirmed its 6th place with 922 sales and a share of 5.0%, up 1.3 points from previous month. YTD share was 4.1%

Speranza (Chery) was 7th, with 648 sales and a share of 3.5%, up 1.1 points from previous month. However Q3 share at 2.9% was down 0.4 points from Q2 and 1.2 points from Q1.

In the table below, the top 20 brands, ordered by year-to-date position:

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