WIKIFLEET Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, now online
Contemplating 12 chapters in all, Wikifleet addresses economy and business, automobile markets, taxation and legislation, car policies, funding methods, fuel, TCO components, safety, insurance, telematics, environment, mobility, and key trends.
With a national fleet of 5.5 million cars, Colombia is ranked fourth in Latin America behind Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina, with approximately one in nine people having a car. Keep in mind that there are also about 7 million motorcycles on Colombian streets.
In terms of best-selling car brands, Chevrolet rules the roost in Colombia. It is followed by Renault, Nissan, Kia, and Mazda. The most sold car in the country is the sub-compact hatch, Chevrolet Spark.
2018 Chevrolet Spark (Source: Chevrolet)
As for Chile, it has approximately 4.5 million cars (one in four inhabitants). Its top-selling brands are Chevrolet, Hyundai, Kia, Nissan, and Toyota. The Hyundai Accent, which comes in hatch and sedan versions, is to best-selling model.
Meanwhile, Ecuador has 2.33 million cars (one in every seven inhabitants). Its best-selling brand is also Chevrolet, with its D-Max pickup leading in sales. Wrapping up the top five brands are Kia, Hyundai, Great Wall, and Toyota.
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