Auto sales boost 17.2% in Mexican market during March
Auto dealers gained strength over the Mexican market and sold 137,012 units during March, a 17.2% rise compared to same month of 2016, the Mexican Auto Dealers Association (AMDA) reported.
Nissan dominated the market once again delivering 37,263 units, followed by GM with 24,027 vehicles sold and Volkswagen, whose brands Audi, Porsche, Seat and VW delivered all together 20,532 cars.
Toyota sold 9,549 units, followed by FCA with 8,436 vehicles, Honda with 7,208, Kia with 6,811 and Mazda delivered 4,061 cars and SUVs.
Market share by brand remained as follows: Nissan 27.2%, GM 17.5%, VW 15%, Toyota 7%, FCA 6.2%, Honda 5.3%, Ford 5%, Kia 5%, Mazda 3% and Hyundai 2.6%.
During the first quarter of 2017 auto dealers sold 378,248 vehicles, that’s an 8.9% increase compared to the same three-month period of 2016.
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