Fenabrave: vehicle sales grow 4.8% in 2022

Fenabrave: vehicle sales grow 4.8% in 2022

New vehicle sales grew 4.88% in 2022 compared to 2021, according to the balance sheet released today (5) by the National Federation of Motor Vehicle Distribution (Fenabrave). Last year, 3.6 million units were issued, against 3.5 million in the previous year.Fenabrave: vehicle sales grow 4.8% in 2022

In December, the sale of vehicles registered an increase of 8.69% compared to the same month of 2021, with the sale of 366.8 thousand units.


Car sales grew by 1.22% last year, with 1.5 million cars registered. In December, 164,100 cars were sold, an increase of 5.17% compared to the same month of 2021.

Light commercial vehicles had a retraction of 8.58% in 2022 compared to the previous year, with the registration of 380.7 thousand units. The segment had an increase of 1.55% in sales in December, with the sale of 38 thousand units.


The motorcycles were up 17.7% in registrations in 2022, with the sale of 1.3 million units. In December, the sale of two-wheelers grew 17.56%, with the sale of 132.1 thousand units.


Trucks had a 2.21% drop in sales last year compared to 2021, with the sale of 124,500 units. In December, 12 thousand trucks were sold, a slight increase (0.75%) in relation to the number registered in the same month of the previous year.

According to the president of the National Federation of Motor Vehicle Distribution (Fenabrave), José Maurício Andreta Júnior, the results for 2022 reproduced, to a certain extent, the numbers achieved in the previous two years. “Over the last three years, the market has seen practically the same volume [de vendas]”, he emphasized during the presentation of this balance sheet.


For this year, according to him, the information available so far shows that sales should maintain this level. The expectation is that the sale of cars and trucks will repeat what was achieved last year. For motorcycles, Fenabrave forecasts a growth of 9% in registrations.

However, Andreta said that the numbers could be revised in the next three months, depending on external factors, such as the War in Ukraine and the situation of covid-19 in China, and also on the economic decisions of the new government. “Do you see stock market fluctuations [de valores], dollar. Everything is oscillating. Very difficult to design something at this point in time,” she pointed out.

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