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Oman First Half 2018: Nissan Patrol snaps top spot in market down 14%

The Nissan Patrol beats all Toyotas to become the best-selling vehicle in Oman so far in 2018.

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New car sales in Oman drop a sharp 14% year-on-year over the First Half of 2018 to 63.110 registrations, a decline reduced to -12% when accounting for the same set of manufacturers (removing the VW and BMW Groups from 2017 data as they are not reporting in 2018). Brand leader Toyota manages to tighten its already iron grip on the Omani market thanks to a 11% skid that pushes its market up to 47.4% from 46% a year ago. The Top 5 carmakers are unchanged year-on-year, with Nissan (-1%) resisting the best in 2nd place followed by Hyundai and Kia both imploding 38% and Lexus down 18%. Mitsubishi (+14%) and Honda (+4%) post the only gains in the Top 10 just as Isuzu (-39%) and Mazda (-16%) fall faster than the market and Jeep (-7%) gains share and one spot to #8. Among smaller brands, SAIC MG (+2625%), Renault (+229%), Ram (+216%), Chrysler (+173%), Land Rover (+58%) and Subaru (+47%) make themselves noticed.

First official appearance of the Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf in a sales charts – also in Kuwait.

Big surprise atop the Omani models ranking: the Nissan Patrol surges 36% year-on-year to firmly snap the lead at a staggering 13.1% share vs. 8.3% a year ago. The Patrol is bound to become the first non-Toyota to lead the annual Omani charts this decade, as the top spot had been shared by the Toyota Land Cruiser (-2%), Hilux (-11%) and Land Cruiser Pickup (-1%) so far – it is in fact in this order that the 3 nameplates complete the H1 2018 Top 4. The Toyota Previa (+266%), Fortuner (+73%) and Yaris (+43%) also shine whereas the Prado (-79%) and RAV4 (-47%) totally implode in a Top 15 exclusively composed of Toyota and Nissan nameplates! The Kia Sportage (+31%) is up 10 spots to become the best-selling non-Toyota or Nissan nameplate in Oman. The Toyota Rush (#80), launched in June, is the best-selling newcomer in a list that also includes the Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf (#216), exclusive to the Middle-East and also appearing in Kuwait over the period.

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Previous post: Oman Full Year 2017: Toyota Land Cruiser snaps top spot off Hilux

One year ago: Oman First Half 2017: Nissan advances 123% in market down 8%

Full H1 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 50 models vs. Full H1 2017 figures below.

Oman Full Year 2017: Toyota Land Cruiser snaps top spot off Hilux

The Toyota Land Cruiser is the best-selling vehicle in Oman for the first time since 2011. 

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The Omani new car market is down 7.3% year-on-year in 2017 to 145.651 registrations. Toyota maintains its stranglehold on the market by evolving like it at -7% to a gargantuan 49.5% share. Nissan shoots up 45% to gain almost seven percentage points of market share, going from 12.3% in 2016 to 19.2% this year. Meanwhile  Hyundai freefalls 31% to see its penetration drop from 10.2% to 7.5% in just one year. Kia is up 10% and one spot to #4, toppling Lexus (-17%), while Isuzu (-44%), Mitsubishi (-6%), Mazda (-8%) and Jeep (-24%) all camp on their positions. Honda edges up 2% and breaks into the Top 10 brands at #10. All other brands present in Oman endure steep declines bar Aston Martin (+200%), Chrysler (+98%), Maserati (+14%) and Hino (+7%). Genesis lands at a very shy 37th place with just 18 units sold.

The Nissan Juke is up 88% to #6 in Oman in 2017.

Excellent year for the Toyota Land Cruiser up 15% and three spots on 2016 to snap the Omani models pole position with a sizeable 9.1% market share, dislodging last year’s leader the Toyota Hilux down 15% to 8.8%. The Nissan Patrol surges 69% and two ranks to #3, overtaking the Toyota Land Cruiser Pickup (-24%) and Prado (-34%). The Nissan Juke is up 88% and 10 spots to #6, the Toyota RAV4 up 51% to #8, the Nissan Sunny up 174% to #9 and the Toyota Camry up 37% to #10. Other great gainers include the Toyota Prius (+193%), Previa (+103%), Nissan Sentra (+78%), Kia Optima (+61%), Sportage (+61%), Nissan X-Trail (+36%), and Toyota Fortuner (+33%). No new launch makes it to the Top 50 in 2017, with the Nissan Kicks the most popular at #64 ahead of the Mazda CX-3 (#92) and Geely GC6 (#127).

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Previous post: Oman November 2017: Toyota holds 54% share in market down 13.9%

Previous year: Oman Full Year 2016: Toyota Hilux overtakes Land Cruiser Pickup to #1

Two years ago: Oman Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser P/up edges past Hilux

Full Year 2017 Top 40 All-brands and Top 50 models vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

Oman November 2017: Toyota holds 54% share in market down 13.9%

The Toyota Hilux is the best-selling vehicle in Oman in November.

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New car sales in Oman are down a harsh 13.9% year-on-year in November to 11.050 units, pulling the year-to-date tally down 4.4% to 133.067 registrations. Toyota tightens its stranglehold on the Omani market with an incredible 54% share this month (vs. 48.8% year-to-date) thanks to deliveries up 8% on November 2016. That’s almost four times the #2, Nissan down 38% to 14.2%. Hyundai (-30%) rounds up the podium while Lexus goes agains the grain with a stunning 35% gain to 5.9% share in 4th place, outpacing Kia (-29%), Isuzu (-45%), Mazda (-10%) and Mitsubishi (-31%). Chevrolet (+1%), Subaru (+33%) and Infiniti (+106%) are among the rare carmakers registering a year-on-year uplift.

The Geely GC6 tops all recent launches in Oman this month.

Model-wise, 11 of the Top 13 best-selling nameplates belong to Toyota Motor, with the Hilux in the lead at 11.4% share despite a 4% drop, ahead of the YTD leader the Land Cruiser at 9% (+34%) and the Land Cruiser Pickup at 7.9% (-8%). The Nissan Patrol (#4) is the best-selling non-Toyota model in Oman this month but freefalls 49% year-on-year. The Toyota Fortuner (+157%), Corolla (+116%), Prado (-67%), Yaris (+133%) and Hiace (+57%) follow. The Nissan Sunny is up 167% to #10, the Lexus LX up 31% to #11 and the Toyota Camry up 40% to #12. The Geely GC6 (#47) and Nissan Kicks (#50) are the only two recent launches (<12 months) inside the Top 50.

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Previous post: Oman August 2017: Toyota holds 53% share, Land Cruiser #1

Previous year: Oman Full Year 2016: Hilux overtakes Land Cruiser Pickup to #1

Full November 2017 Top 35 All-brands and Top 50 models below.

Oman August 2017: Toyota holds 53% market share, Land Cruiser #1

The Toyota Land Cruiser (+83%) helps Toyota across the 50% market share mark in August. 

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New car sales in Oman are on the mend: up 1% year-on-year in August to 11.971 units, reducing the year-to-date decline to -6% at 96.991 registrations. Toyota outpaces the market with a 9% gain to post an outstanding 53% market share vs. 47.5% year-to-date. Nissan is even more impressive at +48% to 19% share, distancing Hyundai (-29%), Kia (-36%) and Lexus (-19%) all in great difficulty. Mitsubishi (+25%) and Jeep (+230%) also shine in the Top 10 while outside, Chevrolet (+51%) and Infiniti (+20%) are among the rare manufacturers to gain ground year-on-year. Reversely, Isuzu (-48%), Dodge (-48%), Subaru (-57%), Renault (-68%) and Ford (-76%) all struggle.

The Geely X7 Sport is the most popular recent launch in Oman. 

Model-wise, the Toyota Land Cruiser soars 83% to 13% share vs. 8.7% year-to-date (-2%) with the Nissan Patrol in tow, up 18% to 8.6% vs. 7.6% so far in 2017 (+161%). These are the only two nameplate posting a four-digit sales figure in Oman in August. Below, the Toyota Hilux (-5%), Land Cruiser Pickup (-12%) and Prado (-52%) round up the Top 5 but all lose ground while the Toyota RAV4 (+203%) and Nissan Sunny (+209%) triple their sales compared to August 2016. The Nissan X-Trail, up 10-fold, and Juke, up 13-fold, Toyota Prius (+166%) and Jeep Grand Cherokee (up 7-fold) also post spectacular gains within the Top 20. There are no recent launches (<12 months) inside the Top 50, with the Geely X7 Sport (#60) and Nissan Kicks (#68) the most popular.

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Previous post: Oman First Half 2017: Nissan advances 123% in market down 8%

One year ago: Oman January-July 2016: Hilux and Land Cruiser P/up top market down 21%

Full August 2017 Top 37 All-brands and Top 50 models below.

Oman First Half 2017: Nissan advances 123% in market down 8%

The Nissan Patrol is only 135 units below the Toyota Hilux in Oman so far in 2017. 

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The Omani new car market is down 8% year-on-year over the First Half of 2017 to 73.364 registrations. Toyota continues to dominate the brands charts head-and-shoulders but sees its market share drop a full six percentage points to 46% due to a 19% year-on-year drop. Reversely, Nissan shoots up a spectacular 123% to go from 8.7% share in 2016 to 21.2% now. In third place, Hyundai freefalls 42% to 7.2% share but sister company Kia goes the other way around, posting a stellar 73% rise to 5.5% share. Below, Lexus (-35%), Isuzu (-40%) and Mitsubishi (-20%) struggle. Other rare gainers include Jeep (-23%), BMW (+21%) and Maserati (+75%).

The Nissan Juke shoots up from #43 a year ago directly to #6 in Oman. 

Model-wise, the Toyota Hilux remains in the lead but drops a harsh 25%. It is now threatened for the pole position by the Nissan Patrol, up a fantastic 259% and 9 spots over the same period last year to land in 2nd place overall, only 134 units below the Hilux. The fight for the annual Omani top spot will be very tight indeed. The rest of the Top 5 is 100% Toyota with the Land Cruiser down 21% but staying at #3. the Prado down 3% and the Land Cruiser Pickup down 42% from #2 to #4. Just below, the Nissan Juke is up 8-fold (!) from #43 a year ago to #6 now, the Nissan Sunny is up 218% from #26 to #9 and the Nissan X-Trail is up 326% from #38 to #12. Notice also the Toyota Prius up 488%, the Kia Rio up 139%, the Kia Sorento up 100% and the Toyota Previa up 141%. We welcome the Geely X7 Sport at #47 and the Nissan Kicks at #66.

Previous post: Oman January-April 2017: Nissan Patrol teases Toyota Hilux for #1

Previous year: Oman Full Year 2016: Hilux overtakes Land Cruiser Pickup to #1

Full H1 2017 Top 38 All-brands and Top 310 All-models vs. Full H1 2016 figures below.

Oman January-April 2017: Nissan Patrol teases Toyota Hilux for #1

Nissan Patrol. Picture drivearabia.com

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The Omani new vehicle market is down 11% year-on-year over the first four months of 2017 to 47.259 registrations. This market has traditionally been overwhelmingly dominated by Toyota, but the star manufacturer sees its share thaw a little more each year, this time to 46.9% due to a decline double that of the market at -22%. Reversely, Nissan more than doubles its sales year-on-year at +111% to take off to 22.3% market share vs. 12.3% over FY2016 and 9.5% a year ago. Hyundai crumbles down 52% but sister brand Kia surges 70%, with Jeep also getting noticed with a 97% gain in 7th place and Honda up 27% to #10. Lexus (-41%), Isuzu (-35%) and Mitsubishi (-23%) struggle.

In the models ranking, strikingly the Top 15 best-sellers are either Toyota or Nissan. The Toyota Hilux stays on top with 8.9% share (9.6% in FY2016) but is getting caught up fast by the Nissan Patrol, leaping from #5 in FY2016 directly to 2nd place and just 173 sales below. The rest of the Top 5 is entirely Toyota with the Prado, Land Cruiser and Land Cruiser Pickup. The Nissan Juke is up 10 spots on its FY16 ranking to #6, the Nissan Sunny up 18 to #7, the X-Trail up 13 to #8 and the Sentra up 18 to #11. Notice also the Geely X7 Sport breaking into the Top 50 at #46. We welcome the Mazda CX-3 at #91 and the Nissan Kicks at #117.

Previous post: Oman Full Year 2016: Hilux overtakes Land Cruiser Pickup to #1

One year ago: Oman January-April 2016: Toyota holds 53.9% market share

Full January-April 2017 Top 37 brands and Top 260 models below.

Oman Full Year 2016: Hilux overtakes Land Cruiser Pickup to #1

The Toyota Hilux is the best-selling vehicle in Oman in 2016.

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Consult over 10 years worth of Oman Historical Data here

New car sales in Oman are down a harsh 20% year-on-year in 2016 to 157.069 units. Toyota remains the uncontested leader here even though it sees its market share thaw from 54.2% a year ago to 49.4% now due to deliveries down 27% to 77.560. Far, far below and like in 2015 we find Nissan up 5% to gain almost four percentage points of market share, shooting up from 9.4% to 12.3%. Similarly, Hyundai remains in third place but improves its share from 9% to 10.2% thanks to sales down just 9%. Luxury brand Lexus (-13%) manages to climb up to a stunning 4th position, overtaking Kia (-33%), with Isuzu (-4%), Mitsubishi (-37%) and Mazda (-19%) in tow and holding onto the 2015 ranking. Jeep more than doubles its sales year-on-year at +104%, surging from #17 to #9, with Honda (+4%), Ram (+7%), Volvo (+252%), SAIC (+292%) and Alfa Romeo (+1767%) the only other carmakers posting gains. Notice also Geely, the best-selling Chinese brand in Oman, ranking at #15 vs. #11 in 2015.

The Hyundai Creta is the most popular all-new nameplate in Oman in 2016. 

In the models ranking, despite sales down 27% on 2015 the Toyota Hilux manages to snap the pole position off the Toyota Land Cruiser Pickup (-40%), leader in 2015 but down to #3 this year. The Toyota Prado (-16%) is up two spots to #2, while the Land Cruiser (-43%) makes the Top 4 best-sellers 100% Toyota. The Nissan Patrol goes agains the grain and gains 17% to climb up two ranks to #5, followed by the Toyota Corolla (-21%), Hyundai Elantra (-1%) and Toyota Hiace (-33%). The Lexus LX is down 23% but remains among Oman’s 10 best-sellers at #10. The Toyota Fortuner surges 75% and 13 spots to #13, the Hyundai Sonata is up 43% to #15, the Nissan Juke up a gigantic 242% to #16 and the Nissan X-Trail up 267% to #21. The Hyundai Creta is the best-selling newcomer at #26, followed by the Toyota Prius (#42) and Geely KC (#72).

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Previous post: Oman January-July 2016: Hilux and Land Cruiser P/up top market down 21%

Previous year: Oman Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser P/up edges past Hilux

Two years ago: Oman Full Year 2014: Toyota Hilux resists Land Cruiser Pick-up assault

Full Year 2016 Top 40 All-brands and Top 100 models vs. Full Year 2015 figures below.

Oman January-July 2016: Hilux and Land Cruiser P/Up top market down 21%

The Toyota Hilux remains the best-selling vehicle in Oman in 2016. 

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The Omani new light vehicle market is down 21% year-on-year over the first 7 months of 2016 to 91.318 registrations. Toyota continues to account for more than 1 in every 2 sales in the country but sees its market share thaw to 52% from 54.2% a year ago due to sales down 24%. Reversely, Hyundai (+2%), Lexus (+4%) and Isuzu (+9%) all gain ground inside the Top 5 whereas Nissan crumbles down 33%. Chevrolet (+3%) and Jeep (+48%) are the only other carmakers displaying positive results within the 20 best-sellers. Toyota logically monopolises the Top 5 best-selling models charts but four of them fall even faster than the market: the Hilux remains the market leader despite deliveries down 29% and is followed by the Land Cruiser Pickup (-30%), Land Cruiser SW (-31%), Prado (-34%) and Corolla (-13%). The Hyundai Elantra, up 11%, is the most popular non-Toyota in Oman at #6. Notice the Hyundai Sonata up 92% to #10, the Toyota Fortuner up 39% to #15 and the Nissan D22 Pickup up 51% to #20, The Hyundai Creta lands at a cool 23rd spot with 792 sales so far this year.

Previous post: Oman January-April 2016: Toyota holds 53.9% market share

Previous year: Oman Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser P/up edges past Hilux

Full January-July 2016 Top 40 All-brands and Top 280 All-models below.

Oman January-April 2016: Toyota holds 53.9% market share

The Toyota Land Cruiser Pickup is #2 in Oman so far this year.

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The Omani new light vehicle market falls 18% year-on-year over the first four months of 2016 to 52.595 units, and is still obliterated by Toyota at 53.9% share with deliveries down 21% to 28.330. Hyundai (+2%) overtakes Nissan (-27%) while Lexus (+10%) and Isuzu (+29%) pass Kia (-56%). Ford gains a beautiful 18% at #9 overall, with other carmakers in positive including GMC (+1%), Hino (+23%), Subaru (+3%), Jaguar (+70%) and Volvo (+440%). Model-wise, as expected it is a Toyota festival with the brand monopolising the Top 6. The Hilux (-31%), Land Cruiser Pickup (-7%) and Land Cruiser SW (-17%) all fit with in less than 200 sales and each account for more than 10% of the market, the three nameplates adding up to 31% share. Notice the Hyundai Sonata up 96% to end just outside the Top 10.

Previous post: Oman Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser P/up edges past Hilux

Full January-April 2016 Top 40 All-brands and Top 262 All-models below.

Oman Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser P/up edges past Hilux

The Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up takes the lead of Omani sales in 2015.

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Another year of correction for the Omani new car market: after losing 5% in 2014, new light vehicle sales in the country drop another 7% in 2015 to 194.155 units. Toyota once again secures over half of the market with sales down 8% to 106.419 and 54.8% share, above Nissan (9.5%), Hyundai (9.1%) and Kia (4.9%) all seeing volumes drop by 13%. Lexus remains 5th and even improves by 1% to 8.602 deliveries for a 4.4% share. Notice also Mitsubishi up 24%, Chinese carmaker Geely up 98% to #11, BMW up 13%, GMC up 15%, Renault up 16% and Subaru up 32%.

Chinese carmaker Geely is about to enter Oman’s Top 10 brands. 

In the models ranking, the Toyota Land Cruiser Pickup manages to edge past the traditional leader, the Toyota Hilux, by dropping just 3% to 21.300 units and 11% share vs. -11% to 20.638 and 10.6% for the Hilux, while the Land Cruiser is catching up fast just below with volumes up 12% to 20.339 and 10,5% share. The Prado (-15%), Corolla (-10%) and Hiace (-41%) make the Top Six 100% Toyota like in 2014, with the Nissan Patrol (-8%) the best-selling non-Toyota above the Hyundai Elantra (-10%). The Lexus LX holds onto its Top 10 ranking at #9 despite sales down 12%, the Toyota RAV4 is up 18% to #15, the Mitsubishi Pajero is up 32% to #27, the Lancer EX up 105% to #30 and the Toyota FJ Cruiser enjoys a second wind at +85% to #36.

Previous post: Oman Q1 2015: Toyota sovereign in market down 12%

Previous year: Oman Full Year 2014: Toyota Hilux resists Land Cruiser Pick-up assault

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

Full Year 2015 Top 40 All-brands and Top 318 All-models vs. Full 2014 figures below.

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