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Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2017: Toyota Hilux holds onto lead

The Toyota Hilux is the best-selling vehicle in the region, although #1 in no market.

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Consult 11 years of Gulf Cooperation Council Historical Data here

The Gulf Cooperation Council is an economic union including Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. After a harsh 21% drop in 2016, the region’s new car sales continue to freefall in 2017 at -19% to 1.143.075 units – whereas it hit 1.8 million in 2015. Toyota continues to dominate sales in the region, following the market at -19% to see its share unchanged at 33.7%. #2 Hyundai on the other hand implodes 34% and loses almost three percentage points of market share, going from 14.9% to 12%. In third place like in 2016, Nissan improves to 11.6% thanks to a moderate 11% drops while below, Kia (-15%), Chevrolet (-10%) Mitsubishi (-12%) and Lexus (-10%) all improve their shares also. But the best performer in the Top 10 is without contest Renault actually managing a year-on-year gain of 23% to lift three spots to #10. Ram (+61%), Aston Martin (+40%), Dodge (+24%), Acura (+12%), Citroen (+12%), Jeep (+9%) and Volvo (+8%) also shine just as Genesis lands directly at #29.

The Toyota Land Cruiser wins 3 markets and ends 2017 in 2nd place overall.

In the models ranking, despite dropping a steep 30% and topping no market in the region the Toyota Hilux is the best-seller in the GCC like in 2016 with 5.4% share. Its consistency at the highest level is rewarded, with the Hilux ranking #2 in Saudi Arabia and Oman and #3 in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. The Toyota Land Cruiser (-7%) gains one spot on 2016 to land at an excellent 2nd place overall with 4.8% share. It is the only nameplate to top more than one country in the region, crowned in BahrainOman and Qatar and ranking #2 in the UAE. The Toyota Camry edges down 0.2% and is up two spots to #3 with 4.8% share also, boosted by its win in the largest market in the region: Saudi Arabia. It also ranks #3 in Kuwait.

The Toyota Prado wins Kuwait and ranks 6th overall in the GCC.

The Nissan Patrol surges 16% and 5 ranks on last year to point in 4th place, helped by a pole position in the UAE, a 2nd place in Qatar and a 3rd spot in Oman. The Toyota Corolla tumbles down 30% at #5 and only manages one podium finish (in Bahrain) while the Toyota Prado is up one spot to #6, winning in Kuwait and ranking #2 in Bahrain. Three Hyundais follow (Accent, Elantra and Sonata) and the Toyota Yaris rounds up the Top 10. The two most spectacular gainers in the Top 50 are the Renault Koleos (#28) and Talisman (#34) almost exclusively thanks to their performance in Saudi Arabia. The Nissan Kicks is the most popular all-new launch for 2017 at #61, followed at a distance by the Genesis G80 (#111), Mazda CX-3 (#118) and MG 360 (#140).

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Previous year: Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2016: Toyota Hilux reigns supreme

Full Year 2017 Top 45 All-brands and Top 50 models vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2016: Toyota Hilux reigns supreme

The Toyota Hilux remains the most popular vehicle in the Gulf region.

* See the Top 50 All-brands and Top 150 models by clicking on the title *

Consult 10 years of Gulf Cooperation Council Historical Data here

The Gulf Cooperation Council region is an economic union that includes BahrainKuwaitOmanQatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. New car sales in the region are down a harsh 21% year-on-year in 2016, going from just under 1.8 million units to 1.404.638. Market leader Toyota tops every single country in the region but fares worse than the overall market with a 28% drop and sees its still ultra-dominant share go from 36.8% in 2015 to 33.7% now. Its two followers improve greatly though, thanks to sales down just 12%: Hyundai goes from 13.4% to 14.9% share and Nissan from 9.5% to 10.7%. Kia (-16%) steps up to 5.5% vs. 5.2% a year ago. Below, Ford (-27%), Mitsubishi (-38%) and Isuzu (-39%) suffer.

The Hyundai Accent is up 3 spots to #2 thanks to a stunning first place in Saudi Arabia.

Mazda (-4%), Honda (-7%), BMW (-7%) and Renault (-1%) all post very modest declines but we have to go down to #22 and Cadillac to find the first brand actually gaining volume year-on-year at +28% to 6.255 sales. Bentley (+99%), Jaguar (+3%), SAIC (+15%), Ram (+5%) and Volvo (+14%), Aston Martin (+409%), Ferrari (+31%), Acura a(+100%) and McLaren (+37%) also improve. Geely, the best-selling Chinese carmaker in the region, follows the market at -21% and breaks into the Top 20 at #19. Opel (249 sales) and Datsun (3 sales in the UAE) make their appearance in the brands charts.

The Toyota Land Cruiser ranks #3 thanks to wins in Bahrain, Qatar and the UAE.

Model-wise, even though it falls down a heavy 30% year-on-year and only ranks 1st in mid-size market Oman, the Toyota Hilux remains by far the most popular nameplate in the GCC region with 87.516 sales. The Hilux is on the 2016 podium of each and every nation in the GCC and its consistency at the highest level is rewarded: #1 in Oman, it ranks #2 in Saudi Arabia and Qatar and #3 in the UAE, Kuwait and Bahrain. In the GCC 2nd place mainly due to its outstanding score in Saudi Arabia (#1 with 53.096 sales), the Hyundai Accent jumps 3 spots thanks to deliveries down just 7%. The Toyota Land Cruiser is up one spot to #3 in the region with 57.440 sales (-19%), snapping three pole positions (Bahrain, Qatar and the UAE), the most of any nameplates. The Toyota Corolla (-34%) loses the title of best-selling sedan to the Hyundai Accent and is followed by the Toyota Camry (-11%), Hyundai Elantra (-26%) and Toyota Prado (-23%), #1 in Kuwait.

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Full Year 2016 Top 50 All-brands and Top 150 models vs. Full Year 2015 figures below.

Gulf August 2014: Nissan Patrol consistently shines

 The Nissan Patrol is the best-selling non-Toyota in all 4 nations covered in this report.

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Now that Gulf Cooperation Council data is available for August, I will share with you the highlights in each country in the region. You can find the Saudi Arabia update here and the UAE report here, for the remaining four countries and the Gulf region as a whole, see below for the complete analysis.

In Bahrain, new car sales slow down their growth to 8% year-on-year in August to 4,718 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 42,266 units, up 17% on 2013. The Toyota Prado outsells both the Land Cruiser and Hilux to jump into pole position with a fantastic 455 units and 9.6% share. Its deficit on the Land Cruiser year-to-date is now only 85 sales, meaning the Prado should dislodge the Land Cruiser from its YTD throne if it continues at the same rate. The Corolla (4.5%), Hiace (3.7%) and Yaris (3.3%) make the Top 6 100% Toyota this month in Bahrain, with the best-selling non-Toyota being the Nissan Patrol at #7 followed by the Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage. The Lexus LX continues to deliver world-best performances here, ranking at an outstanding #10 with 2.4% share, with the Mitsubishi Lancer (#15) and BMW 7 Series (#25 vs. #59 year-to-date) also performing particularly well.

The Lexus LX is among the 10 best-sellers in Bahrain.

In Kuwait, the new car market is markedly less dynamic than other parts of the region, up ‘only’ 3% year-on-year in August to 12,188 registrations and 2% year-to-date to 100,964 units. Operating the exact reverse move than in the UAE and Bahrain, the Toyota Hilux takes a frank advantage over the Prado in Kuwait, selling a huge 1,308 units this month for a 10.7% market share vs. 7.6% year-to-date. 10.7% is exactly the market share of the Toyota Prado year-to-date here, however at just 7% in August it ranks 2nd while the Toyota Camry rounds up the podium in both rankings. The Corolla completes a Top 5 100% Toyota with the Nissan Patrol the most popular non-Toyota here too at #5, one spot below its YTD ranking. Noticeable good performers in Bahrain this month also include the Mitsubishi Lancer EX at #8 vs. #31 YTD, the Toyota Aurion at #15 vs. #27, the Hyundai Sonata at #18 vs. #33 and the Hyundai i10 at #41 vs. #154.

The Toyota Land Cruiser Pickup leads in Oman with 12.8% market share.

In Oman, new light vehicle sales have stalled: up 2% in August to 18,970 registrations but down 5 units (!) year-to-date to 145,954…  The Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up achieves the unbelievable feat of topping the Omani models sales charts with a huge 12.8% market share thanks to 2,419 sales. It still ranks 2nd year-to-date however at 10.3% below the Toyota Hilux at 11.3%. Here too the Top 5 is 100% Toyota with the Prado (#3), Land Cruiser (#4) and Hiace (#5) and the Nissan Patrol is the best-selling non-Toyota at #6. Notice the Toyota RAV4 up to #12 vs. #22 YTD, the Lexus LX at #13, Lexus ES back up to #24, Nissan X Terra up to #29, Nissan Juke up to #34 and the Geely EC7 at #53 after shining at #30 in July vs. #80 year-to-date.

The Ford Figo is a new entrant in the Qatari Top 10

In Qatar, the market is up a very satisfying 23% in August to 7,770 registrations which brings the year-to-date total to 62,541 units, up 8% on 2013. Surpassed by the Toyota Hilux in the July models sales charts, the Toyota Land Cruiser reclaims its due title this month thanks to just one unit! It sells 482 examples over the month vs. 481 for the Hilux, but remains firmly in control year-to-date at 5,155 sales vs. 4,287. At the risk of sounding like a broken record, the Top 4 models are 100% Toyota (add the Corolla and Prado) and in Qatar too the best-selling non-Toyota is the Nissan Patrol at #5 and 3.6% share. Great performances of the Nissan Navara up a huge 63 spots on July to #7 vs. #38 year-to-date, the Ford Figo taking off at #9 and 2.6% share vs. #52 YTD and the Chevrolet Tahoe up 12 ranks to #17.

Previous posts for each nation:

Bahrain June 2014: Toyota Prado beats Land Cruiser

Kuwait June 2014: Toyota Camry on podium

Oman June 2014: Top 6 best-sellers 100% Toyota

Qatar June 2014: Toyota Hilux edges past Land Cruiser

Previous year for each nation:

Bahrain Full Year 2013: Toyota Prado dislodges Land Cruiser

Kuwait Full Year 2013: Toyota Prado leads at record 10.3% share

Oman Full Year 2013: Toyota Land Cruiser PU/HT at world-best #2

Qatar Full Year 2013: Toyota Land Cruiser and Lexus LX shine

Full August 2014 Bahrain + Qatar Top 50, Kuwait + Oman Top 100 models Ranking Tables below.

Gulf June 2014: Toyota Corolla now #2 year-to-date

The Kia Cerato is up to #17 in the region this month.

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The Gulf Cooperation Council area includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. New car sales in the region are up a very impressive 17% year-on-year in June to 147,198 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 872,466 units, up 12% on 2013. To give these figures a bit of perspective, let’s point out they slide in-between Italy (128,270/761,842) and France (196,257/958,776) – that’s how significant the new car market in this region is. Model-wise, the Toyota Hilux logically reigns supreme at 12,251 sales and 8.3% share and the Toyota Corolla, #2 in June at 7,838 units and a strong 5.3% share, is now also #2 year-to-date (4.6%), overtaking the Toyota Prado (4.5%), down to #4 in June. The Toyota Land Cruiser for its part steps onto this month’s podium at #3 and 6,059 sales.

Toyota Yaris

The Hyundai Elantra is stable in 5th place and remains the best-selling non-Toyota model in the region thanks to a particularly strong score in Saudi Arabia (#2), while the Toyota Yaris benefits from the new model to pass the Toyota Camry and Hyundai Accent and rank 6th in June. The Toyota Land Cruiser and Nissan D22 pick-ups round up the Top 10 as they do year-to-date. Further down, let’s salute the good performances of the Isuzu D-Max up to #12 vs. #16 year-to-date, the Hyundai Santa Fe up to #14 vs. #19, Kia Cerato up to #17 vs. #20, Kia Rio up to #22 vs. #26, Nissan Altima up to #26 vs. #30 and Renault Duster up to #30 vs. #47.

Audi S8

The Toyota Avanza breaks into the Top 100 at #93 (#214 year-to-date) as it launched this month in most parts of the region as does the Dodge Dart at #108. Other particularities of this wealthy region is the good rankings (sometimes world-best) of expensive models. As such let’s notice the BMW 7 Series at #66, the Porsche Cayenne at #76, Mercedes S-Class at #85, Lexus LS at #117 and Audi A8 at #135.

Previous post: Gulf March 2014: Nissan Patrol slices ranking in two vs. 2013

One year ago: Gulf June 2013: Toyota Hilux and Hyundai Elantra in charge

Full June 2014 Top 250 models Ranking Table below.

Gulf March 2014: Nissan Patrol slices ranking in two vs. 2013

The Nissan Patrol VVIP Special Edition is only available in the Gulf region.

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The Gulf Cooperation Council area includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. New car sales in the region are up a robust 11% year-on-year in March to 154,406 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 430,774 units, up 6.5% on 2013. This month Toyota monopolises the Top 5 with the Hilux head and shoulders above the competition at 12,039 sales and 7.8%, reaching the #1 spot in 3 out of the 6 countries composing the region (Saudi Arabia, UAE and Oman). The Toyota Prado, #1 in Kuwait and Bahrain, holds the second spot both this month with 6,825 units and 4.4% and year-to-date at 20,334 and 4.7%.

Toyota Yaris

Logically, the last model to manage a top spot ranking this month, the Toyota Land Cruiser (#1 in Qatar), rounds up the March podium with 6,577 sales and 4.3% share but ranks 4th year-to-date at 18,613 units. The Toyota Corolla ranks 4th with 3.7% share and is now threatened by its lil sis the Toyota Yaris, boosted by the new generation sedan and a beautiful 2nd spot in Saudi Arabia this month, totalling 5,628 sales and 3.9% in the region. The Yaris passes both the Hyundai Elantra (#6) and Accent (#7) once again the most popular non-Toyota models in the region.

The Toyota Prado is the 2nd best-seller in the region so far in 2014.

The Nissan Patrol is the best performer in the Top 10 with sales up a huge 97% compared to March 2013 in 9th place with 4,187 sales and 2.7% share vs. #18 in 2013, while its year-to-date total is up 71% on 2013 to 9,543 units at #11. The Chevrolet Tahoe is also performing really well at #11 this month and #15 year-to-date vs. #20 last year. The Hyundai Santa Fe benefits from the arrival of the ‘Grand’ model to climb to #16 in March and #17 year-to-date vs. #23 in 2013, and the Nissan Altima is up 7 spots on February to #23.

Jaguar XJ

Further down, let’s salute the Nissan Micra up a massive 86 ranks on February to #53, the Nissan Maxima up 61 to #60, Mitsubishi Lancer Fortis up 42 to #68, Dodge Challenger up 77 to #86, Chevrolet Traverse up 47 to #93 and Jaguar XJ up 67 to #116. A few newcomers start to get noticed: the Mitsubishi Attrage is up from #204 in February to #99 this month, the Maserati Ghibli is up from #249 to #165, the Infiniti Q50 up from #256 to #191, Chevrolet Trax up from #308 to #234, the BMW 2 Series landing at #281 and the Renault Twizy at #302.

Previous post: Gulf January 2014: Nissan Patrol almost in Top 10

Previous year: Gulf Full Year 2013: Toyota Hilux down, Corolla and Prado up

Full March 2014 Top 300 models Ranking Table below.

Gulf Cooperation Council: 2005-2017 Historical Data available

The Toyota Hilux is king of the desert in the Middle-East… Picture by 

Gulf Cooperation Council 2005-2017: All Make and All Models monthly data available. Contact us here for more details

Selected Historical Data below:

Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2011: Toyota Hilux, Corolla and Camry on top

Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2012: Toyota Hilux, Corolla and Land Cruiser rock on

Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2013: Toyota Hilux down, Corolla and Prado up

Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2016: Toyota Hilux reigns supreme (with 2015 figures)

Gulf Cooperation Council Full Year 2017: Toyota Hilux holds onto lead

Gulf January 2014: Nissan Patrol almost in Top 10

The Persian Gulf is the only region in the world where the Nissan Patrol still sells in significant numbers.

* See the Top 200 best-selling models by clicking on the title! Thanks Ldman *

The Gulf Cooperation Council area includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. After gaining 10% in 2013, new car sales in the region are up a further 4% year-on-year in January to 135,717 registrations. Toyota monopolises the Top 4 with the Hilux on top thanks to 9,202 sales and 6.8% followed by the Prado (5.1%), Corolla (4.8%) and Land Cruiser (4.4%). Weirdly, whereas it brilliantly tops the Saudi sales charts, the Hyundai Elantra is down one spot on its FY2013 ranking this month to #5.

Hyundai Santa Fe

Nissan has a great month in the region: the D22 Pick-up is up 2 ranks on its FY2013 level at #8 and 3.3%, the Patrol stops just short of the Top 10 at #11 with 2% share vs. #18 and 1.3% in 2013 and the Sunny N17 is up 6 spots to #12. Notice also the Hyundai Santa Fe up 7 to #16, the Toyota RAV4 up 12 to #21, Kia Sportage up 8 to #26, Mitsubishi Lancer EX up a huge 35 ranks to #33, Hyundai i10 up 76 to #48, GMC Savana up 95 to #59 and the Chevrolet Impala up 47 to #68.

Previous post: Gulf Full Year 2013: Toyota Hilux down, Corolla and Prado up

One year ago: Gulf February 2013: Toyota Hilux #1, RAV4 creeps up

Full January 2014 Top 200 models Ranking Table below.

Gulf Full Year 2013: Toyota Hilux down, Corolla & Prado up

The Toyota Hilux is still king of the desert in the Middle-East… Picture by 

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The Gulf Cooperation Council area includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and is one of the most dynamic car markets in the world: up a fantastic 10% year-on-year (or 140,000 units!) to 1,632,908 registrations. This brings the region at roughly the same level as markets like France (1.79 million) or Canada (1.74 million). Toyota is ultra dominant here, monopolising the models podium and placing 9 models inside the Top 12! The Hilux remains the most popular vehicle in the region but sees its sales drop by 5% this year to 129,101 units and 7.9% share, over one percentage point below its 2012 market share. Reversely both the Toyota Corolla up 20% to 95,308 units and Prado up 21% and 2 spots on 2012 to 71,701 sales make significant progress in 2013, with the Prado snapping up the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Bahrain markets this year.

…But the Toyota Corolla is catching up fast.

In 4th place the Hyundai Elantra is even more impressive, up 61% and 3 ranks year-on-year to 67,669 sales, passing the Toyota Land Cruiser (-2%), Camry (-4%) and its lil sister the Hyundai Accent (-1%). Below the Toyota Land Cruiser P/U-HT and Yaris stable at #8 and #9 respectively, the Nissan D22 Pick-up is enjoying a bit of a renaissance in the region, back up 87% and 10 spots on 2012 to #10 and 32,798 units, becoming the brand’s best-seller in the Gulf.

The Chevrolet Impala is the 2nd most popular all-new model in the Gulf in 2013…

Other solid performers in the region this year include the Honda Accord up 25% to #13, the Nissan Patrol up 33% to #18, Hyundai Santa Fe up 26% to #23, Mitsubishi Pajero up 58% and 12 spots to #27, the Ford Taurus up 59% to #31, Lexus ES up 52% to #40 and Renault Duster up 194% to #59. Among newcomers, let’s salute the Nissan Sentra landing at #39 with 9,945 sales, the Chevrolet Impala at #115 and 2,119 units, the Hyundai i10 at #125 and 1,963 sales and the Peugeot 301 at #127 and 1,878 units.

The A8 is Audi’s best-selling sedan in the Gulf…

Finally let’s point out a trend that is specific to the Middle East (and potentially Russia as well): when it comes to premium/luxury brands, the larger models tend to be the best-sellers of the range. Case in point: the Q7 and A8 are Audi’s best-sellers, the 5 and 7 Series, X5 and X6 all outsell the 3 Series in the BMW range, the Lexus LS (#111) is above the IS (#122) and Mercedes sells two S Class for each C Class that find a buyer in the region!

Previous post: Gulf July 2013: Toyota Corolla and Camry shine

Previous year: Gulf Full Year 2012: Toyota Hilux, Corolla and Land Cruiser rock on

Full Year 2013 Top 200 models Ranking Table below.

Gulf July 2013: Toyota Corolla and Camry shine

Toyota Camry

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The Gulf Cooperation Council area includes Saudi ArabiaKuwaitQatarBahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Oman. New car sales in the region, currently one of the most dynamic in the world, are up 10% year-on-year in August to 139,369 registrations, which brings the year-to-date total to 931.116 units, up 9% or some 80,000 units on 2012… Bolstered by its pole position in the two biggest markets in the Gulf (Saudi Arabia and the UAE), the Toyota Corolla logically takes the lead in the region in July with 10,070 sales and 7.2% share, but remains #2 year-to-date at 54,184 units and 5.8% vs. an unattainable 67,899 sales and 7.3% for the Toyota Hilux, down to #2 this month at 8,516 units and 6.1%.

Nissan Altima, Honda Accord and Mazda6

The Toyota Camry is also in great shape, up 2 spots on June to round up the Gulf podium with 6,098 sales and 4.4% vs. #6 and 3.6% year-to-date. Star of the month in June, the Hyundai Elantra is down 2 ranks to #4 and 5,857 units. The Honda Accord has a stellar month, up 5 spots on June to land in 8th position with 2,958 sales and 2.1% vs. #13 year-to-date, as do the Ford Expedition breaking into the Gulf Top 10 at #10 with 2,574 units and 1.8% vs. #17 year-to-date, and the Chevrolet Tahoe up 5 ranks to #11. Notice also the Hyundai Tucson up to #15 vs. #20 year-to-date, the Toyota Sequoia at #22 vs, #32, Lexus ES up 11 spots to #30 and the Ford Explorer up 13 to #32.

Previous month: Gulf June 2013: Toyota Hilux and Hyundai Elantra in charge

One year ago:  Gulf July 2012: Toyota Hilux and Corolla dominate, Kia Cerato up

Full July 2013 Top 250 Ranking Table below.

10 Middle-Eastern articles now updated with more data!

Lamborghini sold 49 Aventador in the region so far in 2013, including one to the Dubai Police!

* See the list of all updated articles below! Many thanks to John *

For the first time on BestSellingCarsBlog, there is now brands data for the 10 Middle-Eastern articles published yesterday! The complete domination of Toyota in the region is now very clear: the Japanese manufacturer is the best-seller in all countries covered except Jordan (Hyundai) and Lebanon (Kia). When leader, Toyota’s market share ranges from 31.8% in Kuwait, 36.4% in the UAE, 40.2% in Saudi Arabia, 52,9% in Oman to an unbelievable 76.5% in Yemen! You can also now access complete year-to-date sales figures for all models covered in the June rankings.

To access all this info, click on the links below or scroll down the page and into page 2:

(in alphabetical order)

Bahrain June 2013: Toyota Prado shoots up to 13.6% share (now with Top 140 models YTD)

Gulf June 2013: Toyota Hilux and Hyundai Elantra in charge (now with Top 230 models YTD)

Jordan June 2013: Hyundai Elantra leads, 16 Koreans in Top 20! (now with Top 40 models YTD)

Kuwait June 2013: Toyota Prado leads, Chrysler 300C up to #5 (now with Top 200 models YTD)

Lebanon June 2013: Nissan Sunny and Hyundai i10 on top (now with Top 70 models YTD)

Oman June 2013: Toyota Hilux sovereign just under 13% share (now with Top 170 models YTD)

Qatar June 2013: 3 Nissans in Top 6, Patrol up to 5th place (now with Top 180 models YTD)

Saudi Arabia June 2013: Hyundai Elantra beats all Toyotas! (now with Top 200 models YTD)

United Arab Emirates June 2013: Hilux beats Prado & Land Cruiser (now with Top 240 models YTD)

Yemen June 2013: Toyota Group holds 79% of the market! (now with Top 40 models YTD)

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