Botswana Autos Report Q2 2016
BMI View: We forecast a slower rate of growth of 5.5% in the passenger vehicle market in 2016 due to theimpact of the import ban placed on older vehicles. The commercial vehicle market looks set to outperformoff the back of infrastructure developments with a forecast growth rate of 7.8% in 2016.
Table: Key Views
Commercial vehicles (CV) to outperform passenger vehicles in 2016 with CVs and passenger vehicles forecast to growby 7.8% and 5.5%, respectively.
Total vehicle sales forecast to grow 6.1% in 2016 to 42,216 units.
Low inflation rates and interest rates good for private consumption of passenger vehicles.
GDP forecast to grow 3.7% in 2016 up from 2.5% in 2015.
- BMI Industry View
- Table: Key Views
- Industry Forecast
- Table: Autos Total Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Botswana 2014-2020)
- Table: Total Vehicle Market Latest Developments
- Total Vehicle Market Gaining Traction
- Passenger Vehicle Sales Remain Robust
- Table: Passenger Vehicle Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (2016-2020)
- Commercial Vehicles Carried By Construction
- Table: Commercial Vehicle Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Botswana 2016-2020)
- Motorcycles In Small Quantities
- Table: Motorcycle Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (BOtswana 2016-2020)
- Competitive Landscape
- Industry Risk Reward Indices
- Industry Risk Reward Index
- Investor Sentiment Still Well Reflected
- Rewards For The Brave
- South Africa Hard To Beat
- Regional Overview
- Table: Sub-Saharan Africa Autos Production Investment
- APDP Reaping Rewards
- Local Supply Chain Developing
- Demographic Forecast
- Table: Population Headline Indicators (Botswana 1990-2025)
- Table: Key Population Ratios (Botswana 1990-2025)
- Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Botswana 1990-2025)
- Table: Population By Age Group (Botswana 1990-2025)
- Table: Population By Age Group % (Botswana 1990-2025)
- Industry Forecasts
- Sector-Specific Methodology
- Risk/Reward Index Methodology
- Table: Automotive Risk/Reward Index Indicators And Weighting Of Indicators