MOTORCYCLE IMPORTS
Motorcycles: Guatemala is the Major Importer in 2020
Aug-11-21 | In 2020, motorcycle imports in Central America totaled $365 million, a 1.42% increase over 2019, with Guatemala being the largest importer in the region.
Vehicles: Which Brands Control the Market?
Jun-8-21 | During the first months of 2021, 20% of the automobile-type vehicles circulating on the streets of Central American countries were Honda, Mazda, Chevrolet and Ford brands, while of the total number of light-duty vehicles, Isuzu, Hyundai and Hino accounted for 10%.
Motorcycles in Central America: $237 Million in Business
Apr-14-21 | From January to September 2020, motorcycle imports in the region totaled $237 million, 11% less than in the same period of 2019, a drop explained by the behavior of purchases from El Salvador, Honduras, Panama and Costa Rica.
Tender for $3 Million Vehicles in the Dominican Republic
Mar-8-21 | The Instituto Nacional de Aguas Potables y Alcantarillados tenders the supply of pickup trucks, motorcycles and minibuses.
Vehicle Fleet Increased in 2020: How to Explain?
Jan-18-21 | Restrictions on mobilization due to the number of plates, the fear of using public transportation and the increase in demand for delivery services explain the 8% growth that Guatemala's vehicle fleet experienced between 2019 and 2020.
Central America: Interest in Motorcycles Declining
Jan-12-21 | During the last months of 2020 in the region's markets, the number of Internet searches and conversations associated with motorcycles decreased, a decrease that can be explained by the behavior of most countries.
Electric Vehicles: Investment in Charging Stations
Jan-5-21 | In Panama, the company Evergo is investing in the implementation of 200 loading stations, which will be located in different areas nationwide and will be level 2 and level 3.
Scooters: Interests and Trends in the Region
Dec-17-20 | In this context of pandemic and mobility restrictions, the number of Internet searches associated with scooters and mopeds increased significantly in most Central American markets.
Motorcycles: Imports Fall 11%
Dec-8-20 | From January to June 2020, motorcycle imports in Central America totaled $164 million, 11% less than in the same period in 2019, a decrease that is explained by the behavior of purchases from El Salvador, Honduras, Panama and Costa Rica.
Costa Rica: Harley-Davidson Closes Operations
Dec-7-20 | Because the company will focus on other markets, starting December 17, it will close the store that was engaged in the marketing of motorcycles and accessories of the American brand Harley-Davidson.
Motorcycles: What Brands Are Consumers Thinking About?
Oct-27-20 | In Central America, more than 8 million people search the Internet and participate in conversations associated with motorcycles. BMW, Suzuki and KTM are some of the brands with the greatest presence in the interactions of consumers with high purchasing power.
New Reality: Interest in Motorcycles Increases
Sep-28-20 | In recent months and given the new commercial reality, interest in motorcycles has been increasing in the digital environment, a rise that can be explained by consumer behavior in all Central American markets.
Motorcycles: Market Figures
Jun-9-20 | During the first two months of 2020, motorcycle imports into the markets of El Salvador and Panama contracted the most, with year-on-year falls of 38% and 36%, respectively.
Vehicles: Post Quarantine Sales Outlook
Apr-22-20 | As the economies of Central America begin to relax the restrictions that have been taken to prevent the spread of covid-19, sales of pickup trucks are predicted to be among the most contracted.
Motorcycle Sales: Optimism in Guatemala
Mar-6-20 | After 198,000 motorcycles were sold in the country in 2019, local businessmen forecast that during 2020 the number of units sold could increase between 12% and 17%.
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