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- Mobius Switches Gears in an Elusive Quest for an Ideal Kenyan Vehicle.
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- Ghana, South Africa to Reap the Benefits of German Auto Industry Cooperation
- Diesel-Powered Bus for Long Runs Rolls Off Kiira Motors Assembly Line in Uganda
- Isuzu East Africa Re-Enters Tanzanian Market with the Opening of a Dealership
- Egypt can become an Automotive Hub says Nissan Africa Chief
- Nissan Appoints Japan Motors as Vehicle Assembly Partner in Ghana
- Scania Introduces Electrically Assisted Steering
Project Rebuilding by Nissan in Zimbabwe
Most of the vehicles (ICE or EV) that are imported into most of sub-Saharan Africa are used vehicles from Europe, Asia, and America. Record EV sales are being registered across multiple key source markets such as Germany for left-hand drive vehicles and the United Kingdom for right-hand drive vehicles which will automatically add to the growing inventory of used EVs. These used EVs are starting to find their way to a lot of African countries.
Posted on : 11 Apr,2021 | News Source : www.afatmtnz.com