What Vehicles Circulate in Central America?
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Up to December 2017, 45% of the vehicles circulating in countries in the region were automobiles, and 13% were light load units.
Data from the report "Vehicular Fleet in Central America", compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData, details the different characteristics of the vehicles that transit the streets of Central American countries.

Data by brand in the region
According to records on the Central American vehicle fleet, at the end of 2017, 14% of units circulating were Toyota, 8% Honda, 6% Hyundai, 6% Suzuki and 5% Nissan.

For country
Of the total vehicles circulating in the region at the end of last year, 35% of the units were located in Guatemala, 19% in Costa Rica, 14% in Honduras, 13% in Panama, 11% in El Salvador and 7% in Nicaragua. 
 
Regional by type 
As of December 2017, 45% of vehicles circulating in the region were automobiles, 33% motorcycles, 13% light load units, and 5% heavy load units.

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