Peru Autos Report 2016
BMI View: A strengthening economy and rising consumer spending inform BMI's positive view on Peru'snew vehicle sales in 2016. We forecast a 2.3% increase, with commercial vehicles set to outperform.
Table: Key Views
New vehicle sales fell over 2015 against the backdrop of an economic slowdown caused by a fall in global demand forPeru's key mineral exports.
In this weak environment, heavy commercial vehicles (HCVs) have proved the underperformers. BMI expects thissituation to reverse over 2016
Across 2015, Korean carmaker Kia appears to have displaced Japanese carmaker Toyota as the top-selling lightvehicle brand in Peru.
BMI expects luxury cars to perform more strongly as disposable income levels rise.
Within the LCV segment, Toyota Motor retains a dominant market position, alongside Mitsubishi and Chevrolet.
- BMI Industry View
- Table: Key Views
- Industry Forecast
- Table: Autos Total Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Peru 2013-2019)
- Passenger Vehicles
- Table: Passenger Car Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Peru 2013-2019)
- Table: Top 7 Light Vehicle Brand Sales, 10M15
- Commercial Vehicles
- Table: Commercial Vehicle Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Peru 2013-2019)
- Industry Risk/Reward Index
- Americas - Industry Risk/Reward Index
- Mexico Move Reflects Investor Activity
- Brazil On The Bubble
- Central America A Work In Progress
- Company Profile
- Toyota Peru
- Automotores Gildemeister Peru (Hyundai)
- Regional Overview
- Table: Latin America - Autos Production Investment
- Demographic Forecast
- Demographic Outlook
- Table: Population Headline Indicators (Peru 1990-2025)
- Table: Key Population Ratios (Peru 1990-2025)
- Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Peru 1990-2025)
- Table: Population By Age Group (Peru 1990-2025)
- Table: Population By Age Group % (Peru 1990-2025)
- Industry Forecasts
- Sector-Specific Methodology
- Risk/Reward Index Methodology
- Table: Automotive Risk/Reward Index Indicators And Weighting Of Indicators