Sales of New Cars In Morocco– Data, Trends, Charts & Analysis
Here you will find annual car sales figures for Morocco. These statistics are Total Market Volumes, which include passenger cars as well as light commercial vehicles (LCVs).
These figures come from unconfirmed sources and can vary slightly from other data you may find elsewhere. Despite our best efforts to find the most reliable data, we can’t guarantee 100% accuracy, unless a specific source is mentioned below the table. Still, we’re confident the provided data is sufficiently indicative of the size and trend of the market to be published as such. If you have access to a confirmed source of Moroccan car sales figures, including a split between Passenger Cars and LCVs, or data going back before 2005, please get in touch with us.
Morocco Automotive Sales Data & Recent Highlights
The Moroccan car sales market has been fluctuating in recent years. There was a sharp decline in sales in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the market has not yet fully recovered. There are a number of factors that have contributed to the volatility of the Moroccan car sales market. The Moroccan economy has been struggling in recent years, which has led to a decrease in disposable income and at the same time the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the supply chain, making it difficult to import cars. The political instability in Morocco has made some people hesitant to buy cars. Despite the volatility, the Moroccan car sales market is expected to grow in the coming years. The economy is expected to recover, and the government is taking steps to address the challenges facing the market.
SUVs are becoming increasingly popular in Morocco, as they are seen as more practical and comfortable than sedans. In 2022, SUVs accounted for 42.0% of new car registrations in Morocco. This is up from 37.8% in 2021.
Interesting Morocco New Car Sales Stats
Best Sales Year Volume: 163,223 units sold
Worst Sales Year Volume: 56,183 units sold
Average Sales Per Year: 116,635.7 units sold
Total Sales Units (since 2005): 2,099,442 units sold