October 25, 2021

Jordan January-April 2021: Toyota up to 39.1% share in market up 32.5%

The Toyota Land Cruiser remains the best-selling vehicle in Jordan.

New car sales in Jordan bounce back up 32.5% year-on-year over the first four months of 2021 to 9.863 units. Jordanian buyers are trusting the most popular carmakers over the period, with the Top 3 brands accounting for 69.9% of the market vs. 60.5% over the Full Year 2020. Toyota improves from 35.4% to 39.1% share, Hyundai from 16.1% to 21.6% and Kia from 9% to 9.2% in an unchanged podium. Mitsubishi is up two spots to #4 and 7.8%, overtaking Isuzu at 5.5% while Chinese-owned MG is also up two ranks to #6 and 3.2% share. Honda is up four to #7, doubling its share to 2.8% but Nissan drops three spots to #8 and 2.7% vs. 6.7% in FY2020. Another fast mover is Geely up 8 to #14 and 0.7% share.

The models ranking also consolidates around the most trusted vehicles, with the podium accounting for a whopping 41.8% share vs. 31% over the Full Year 2020. The Toyota Land Cruiser SW is stable at 15.7% share vs. 15.9% in 2020, while the Toyota Land Cruiser Pickup soars from 8.3% to 14.2% share and the Hyundai Tucson almost doubles its share from 6.3% to 11.9%. The Mitsubishi L200 is also in frank progression at 6% in 4th place, distancing the Isuzu N-Series and Toyota Hilux both reversing. The Kia Cerato and Toyota Corolla break into the Top 10.

Discover over a decade of Jordan historical data here.

Previous post: Jordan Full Year 2020: Toyota Land Cruiser clear best-seller in solid market (-5.7%)

One year ago: Jordan Q1 2020: Toyota Land Cruiser topples Hyundai Tucson, sales down -9.5%

Full January-April 2021 Top 35 All-brands and Top 70 models below.

Jordan January-April 2021 – brands:

Pos Brand Jan-Apr 21 % FY20
1 Toyota 3,852 39.1% 1
2 Hyundai 2,132 21.6% 2
3 Kia 908 9.2% 3
4 Mitsubishi 769 7.8% 6
5 Isuzu 547 5.5% 4
6 MG 315 3.2% 8
7 Honda 273 2.8% 11
8 Nissan 264 2.7% 5
9 Ford 151 1.5% 13
10 Chevrolet 99 1.0% 10
11 Renault 96 1.0% 12
12 Suzuki 89 0.9% 9
13 Mazda 86 0.9% 14
14 Geely 65 0.7% 22
15 Land Rover 40 0.4% 18
16 Lexus 25 0.3% 7
17 Opel 25 0.3% 17
18 Hino 23 0.2% 16
19 GMC 22 0.2% 19
20 Jeep 16 0.2% 20
21 Cadillac 14 0.1% 24
22 Ram 9 0.1% 25
23 Peugeot 8 0.1% 15
24 Volvo 8 0.1% 28
25 Great Wall 7 0.1%
26 Jaguar 7 0.1% 23
27 Citroen 4 0.0% 21
28 Ora 3 0.0%
29 Genesis 2 0.0% 30
30 Haval 2 0.0%  –
31 Aston Martin 1 0.0%  –
32 Infiniti 1 0.0% 26
33 Dodge 0 0.0% 29
34 Fiat 0 0.0% 27
35 Lincoln 0 0.0% 31

Jordan January-April 2021 – models:

Pos Model Jan-Apr 21 % FY20
1 Toyota Land Cruiser SW 1,544 15.7% 1
2 Toyota Land Cruiser H/D 1,402 14.2% 2
3 Hyundai Tucson 1,173 11.9% 4
4 Mitsubishi L200 589 6.0% 6
5 Isuzu N-Series 433 4.4% 3
6 Toyota Hilux 400 4.1% 5
7 Hyundai Elantra 298 3.0% 7
8 Kia Frontier 284 2.9% 10
9 Kia Cerato 144 1.5% 15
10 Toyota Corolla 141 1.4% 13
11 Hyundai i10 140 1.4% 26
12 Hyundai Creta 131 1.3% 21
13 Kia Optima 130 1.3% 34
14 Toyota RAV4 121 1.2% 20
15 Isuzu TF 113 1.1% 14
16 Kia Sportage 109 1.1% 16
17 MG ZS 105 1.1% 55
18 Ford Super Duty 101 1.0%  –
19 Toyota Camry 101 1.0% 22
20 Honda City 97 1.0% 57
21 Hyundai Santa Fe 97 1.0% 41
22 Mitsubishi Lancer EX 82 0.8% 12
23 Nissan Sentra 73 0.7% 25
24 Kia Picanto 70 0.7% 19
25 Chevrolet Captiva 68 0.7% 51
26 Nissan Kicks 68 0.7% 35
27 Honda CR-V 66 0.7% 40
28 Toyota C-HR 64 0.6% 52
29 Geely Azkarra 61 0.6% 85
30 Kia Pegas 58 0.6% 17
31 Hyundai Sonata 57 0.6% 53
32 MG RX8 49 0.5% 46
33 Hyundai Kona 47 0.5% 44
34 MG5 47 0.5% 43
35 Mitsubishi Pajero 47 0.5% 59
36 Hyundai H1/Starex 46 0.5% 11
37 Honda HR-V 45 0.5% 60
38 MG HS 42 0.4% 64
39 Nissan X-Trail 42 0.4% 33
40 Renault Dokker 41 0.4% 49
41 Hyundai Accent 40 0.4% 42
42 Kia Niro 40 0.4% 50
43 Kia Sorento 40 0.4% 78
44 Hyundai Reina 39 0.4% 66
45 Toyota Highlander 39 0.4% 75
46 MG T60 38 0.4% 70
47 Mazda6 34 0.3% 132
48 Honda Civic 32 0.3% 56
49 Hyundai Ioniq 32 0.3% 23
50 Mitsubishi Outlander 31 0.3% 36
51 Nissan Sunny 31 0.3% 27
52 Hyundai Atos 29 0.3%  –
53 Chevrolet Tahoe 28 0.3% 24
54 Renault Sandero 28 0.3% 30
55 Suzuki Ciaz 27 0.3% 73
56 Kia Seltos 25 0.3% 88
57 MG RX5 23 0.2% 38
58 Renault Logan 23 0.2% 151
59 Hino 300 Series 22 0.2% 32
60 Mazda3 20 0.2% 91
61 Range Rover Sport 20 0.2% 67
62 Suzuki Jimny 20 0.2% 58
63 Ford F-150 17 0.2% 31
64 Mazda CX-30 17 0.2% 101
65 Honda Accord 16 0.2% 107
66 Nissan Micra 16 0.2% 48
67 Toyota Prado 15 0.2% 37
68 Nissan Patrol 14 0.1% 9
69 Honda Jazz 13 0.1% 173
70 Suzuki Alto 13 0.1% 18

Source: Manufacturers

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