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South Africa Fleet Sales Plummet Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

South Africa Fleet Sales Plummet Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Domestic sales of new light commercial vehicles and medium- and heavy-trucks in South Africa continued to decline significantly amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with overall vehicle sales in the country dropping by 98.4% in April.

May 5, 2020

South Africa Fleet Sales Drop in March

South Africa Fleet Sales Drop in March

Domestic sales of new light commercial vehicles and medium- and heavy-trucks in South Africa  recorded a significant decline amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

April 14, 2020

South Africa Fleet Management Systems to Reach 3 Million Users by 2023
South Africa Fleet Sales Fall Due to Low Economic Growth
South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Decline Again

South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Decline Again

Light commercial vehicle sales in South Africa fell again in October, dropping 5.9%, despite new vehicle sales overall showing a marginal 0.2% increase in the same month, according to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA).

November 5, 2019

South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Struggle in September
South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Up in August
Toyota South Africa Adds Wi-Fi Capability to All New Vehicles
South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Continue Climb
South Africa FMC Acquired for $222M

South Africa FMC Acquired for $222M

South African based fleet management company Eqstra Fleet Management and Logistics was acquired by a services, trading, and distribution company in the region for $222.34 million.

July 16, 2019

South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Rise in June
South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Slide in May
South Africa Commercial Vehicle Sales Drop Slightly in 2018
South Africa Fleet Telematics Use to Grow 14% by 2022
Nissan's NP300 Pickup Fails Safety Test

Nissan's NP300 Pickup Fails Safety Test

Nissan’s NP300 Hardbody pickup truck received the lowest safety ranking with regards to adult protection. The vehicle is marketed to fleets in Africa.

November 5, 2018