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Nissan comes in second place followed by Hyundai and Toyota.
22.11.17 | Interesting article at Daily News Egypt

The Automotive Marketing Information Council (AMIC)’s October report showed that Chevrolet continued its lead in selling rates in the Egyptian car market from January until the end of September 2017.

The American carmaker occupied 22.3% of sales, at 21,468 cars, despite a 34.7% drop in its sales compared to the same period in 2016, when it recorded 32,890 cars.

In the first eight months of this year, the company made 23% of car sales and sold 19,200 cars, compared to 29,500 in 2016.

Nissan came second, with 15,847 vehicles, accounting for 16.5% of total sales during the first nine months of 2017. Hyundai was third with 13,613 vehicles, accounting for 14.1% of total sales for the same period.

Toyota sold 7,930 cars with a market share of 8.2%. Mitsubishi came in fifth place with 4,804 sold units and 5% of the market, followed by Chery in sixth position, with 4,419 cars accounting for 4.6% of car sales.