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50% of used car dealer sales in Namibia are happening remotely

According to car dealers' feedback, half of the customers buying a used vehicle simply request the quotation and pay it, without even coming by the dealer’s showroom for basic vehicle checkup. Therefore, there is a good chance that these pandemic and quarantine will not have a significant impact on the level of sales of used cars in Namibia. Coronavirus ...

Published on 24.03.2020 by NamCars.net

The global car market dropped by 20% due to coronavirus

The global market of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles amounted in February to 5,08 million units, which is decreased by 19.9% ​​compared to the February 2019 figure. Such data are provided in the report of the consulting company LMC Automotive. According to the results of the first two months of 2020, the global car market decreased ...

Published on 18.03.2020 by NamCars.net

Namibian celebrity Dillish Mathews takes new challenge on vehicle sales

"The most hardworking celeb” - that’s how fans of Dillish call her, and she is fully in line with this description launching her very own vehicle classifieds in Namibia. Despite the fact that her new venture is a direct competitor of NamCars, we welcome her initiative to engage in the car advertising in addition to her other business activities. ...

Published on 01.03.2020 by NamCars.net

Who attempts to control the second-hand car market in Namibia?

The country's economy is going through a hard time, and used car sales is more and more overtaking new car sales in Namibia. This trend has been seen more clearly in the last five years, and, in our opinion, that was the trigger for Pupkewitz Group to enter into the competition with NamCars.net by establishing their own online marketplace, which was ...

Published on 07.02.2020 by NamCars.net

Best cars for sale in Namibia 2019 - rating by public demand

Analyzing different online statistics it is quite interesting to watch that demand for Volkswagen cars is 10% higher than for Toyota cars in Namibia, or even for entire segment of cheap cars. And since we do not have any data on direct sales, we have decided to estimate the selling vehicles rating by amount of page impressions/views on NamCars, which ...

Published on 27.01.2020 by NamCars.net

Reporting a stolen vehicle in Namibia or associated crime online

It is quite challenging to find any information in numbers about stolen vehicles and illegal penetration into motor vehicles in Namibia. And if there is any part of information available online, it is usually outdated or unconfirmed, which gives no reference to the public in regard to the real criminal situation in the country. We can not say that ...

Published on 17.01.2020 by NamCars.net

Facebook Groups as Part of Namcars Marketing Strategy

Have you ever wondered why Facebook does not set search filters and categories on their thematic Facebook Groups the same as websites do, and why people have to scroll down hundreds of posts in order to find something relevant? It is not difficult, it is just in conflict with the interests of Facebook, which earns on “The soap bubble” much ...

Published on 27.12.2019 by NamCars.net

The Google’s privacy issue, and what is the alternative?

According to our own analytics, 35% of traffic comes to NamCars.net from Google, 54% of which comes with search phrases containing “namcars” in one form or another, like “namcars”, “namcars namibia”, “nam cars”, “namcars net”, “namcars vw”, “namcars for sale”, “bakkie ...

Published on 27.12.2019 by NamCars.net

NamCars launches very own article digest

It’s been about two years since the largest newspaper in Namibia, called “The Namibian” posted false news referring to an interview about NamCars, which never really happened. Nevertheless, all our complaints and appeals to the newspaper were completely ignored and this article is still available on their website without any apology ...

Published on 27.12.2019 by NamCars.net

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