Overall, out of the total reported industry sales of 40,506 vehicles, an estimated 3.6% went to industry corporate fleets
 - Photo of a freeway connecting Johannesburg and Pretoria in South Africa via Kevin Gessner/Flickr.

Overall, out of the total reported industry sales of 40,506 vehicles, an estimated 3.6% went to industry corporate fleets

Photo of a freeway connecting Johannesburg and Pretoria in South Africa via Kevin Gessner/Flickr.

Sales of light commercial vehicles in South Africa declined 13% in May 2019, a total drop of 1,816 versus numbers that were reported during the same time last year.

Overall, out of the total reported industry sales of 40,506 vehicles, an estimated 3.6% went to industry corporate fleets and 2.9% to government, according to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA). The overall numbers showed a decline of 2,444 units or 5.7% from the 42,950 vehicles sold in May last year.

Meanwhile, sales in the medium and heavy truck segments had a mixed performance and at 681 units and 1 458 units, respectively, reflected an improvement of 0.3%, in the case of medium commercial vehicles, and, in the case of heavy trucks and buses, a decline of 252 vehicles or a fall of 14.7% compared to the corresponding month last year, said NAAMSA.

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