Sales September 2015: Venezuela

When it seemed that the venezuelan market could not be going through a worse time, things managed to get worse even more. During September, sales plummeted 69.2%, totaling just 591 sales in all of the month.

Toyota-fortunerCach day more and more away from the 200,000 vehicles that were traded at other times, the automotive market in Venezuela is close to collapse. sales plummeted 69.2% during the month of September, on a volume that was already very low. Incredibly just been delivered 591 units during the month of September, a figure extremely low considering that just three months before had managed to put 12.418 units.

below you will see the results for brands and models relating to the month of September:


  1. Ford 142
  2. Toyota 138
  3. Dodge 113
  4. IVECO 77
  5. Mitsubishi 67
  6. Mercedes 26
  7. Chevrolet 24
  8. Jeep 4
  9. Audi 2

sales have been so scarce, that the top ten is formed by only 9 marks. Most of the brands present in Venezuela have failed to even register a drive, and it is for this reason that Peugeot, Renault, Fiat, SEAT, Volkswagen, Honda or Škoda, just to mention some, have not seen sales. The ranking of passenger cars in the month of September was comprised as follows:

Dodge-Forza-Venezuela-001TOP 10 CARS

  1. Dodge Forza 113
  2. Toyota Fortuner 93
  3. Ford EcoSport 36
  4. Toyota Corolla 33
  5. Ford Fiesta 29
  6. Mitsubishi Lancer 20
  7. Mitsubishi Montero 10
  8. Ford Explorer 3
  9. Jeep Cherokee 2
  10. Jeep Grand Cherokee 2

During September Dodge Forza established itself as the best-selling Venezuela 113 units sold, making this product the total sales of the brand. However, Toyota manages to put the Fortuner and Corolla within the first five posts, while brands such as Jeep, so have only managed to put four units.



  1. IVECO Daily 56
  2. Mitsubishi Canter 22
  3. Chevrolet Silverado 19
  4. Mitsubishi L300 15
  5. Toyota Hilux 12
  6. Chevrolet NPR 2

In the segment of commercial and light commercial, IVECO managed to dominate with only 56 units of its model Daily. followed by the Canter and Silverado, although the top ten is barely six models, as the Chevrolet NPR that is located in the sixth place, has only managed to put on the market 2 units. We do not yet have the October figures and although it would seem that the market would have no more margin to continue to fall, what is certain is that Venezuela fails to surprise.