The Isuzu D-Max is the most popular vehicle in the Republic of Congo.
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For the very first time on BSCB, we can share with you today exclusive sales figures for the Republic of Congo, or simply the Congo, is a country located in Central Africa home to 5.1 million inhabitants. Never before had any new car sales data been published about this country online, BSCB is the first medium to do so. No surprises atop the brands ranking: Toyota keeps the lion share of Congo sales to itself with 37.1% of the 3.641 new light vehicles that found a buyer in 2017. Nissan (14.9%) and Mitsubishi (13%) complete the podium and are the only two other manufacturers to post a double-digit market share in Congo. Below Isuzu and Mazda, Peugeot is the best-selling non-Asian brand in the country at #6 ahead of Hyundai and Daihatsu while Ford and Mercedes round out the Top 10.
The Isuzu D-Max is by far the most popular vehicle in Congo in 2017 with 7.4% share, just as the Toyota Hilux at 4.9% makes it a pickup 1-2. The Toyota Corolla Fielder closes the podium above the Nissan Hardbody NP300, Toyota Corolla Axio – technically making the Corolla the #1 nameplate in Congo when Fielder sales are added. The Mitsubishi L200 and Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Pickup make it 5 pickups in the Top 10. The Ford Ranger is the best-selling non-Asian nameplate and the only one in the Top 25 at #14.
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Full Year 2017 Top 10 brands and Top 15 models below.