New Cars’ Trends in UAE 2022

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UAE is the unofficial world capital of cars of different kinds, including supercars, from the most expensive cars like Bugatti to Lamborghini, 4x4s, and family vehicles.

UAE has its share of expensive luxury cars in a paradise that includes some of the best cars in the world. It is no secret that car manufacturers have invested a lot of shares in the UAE car industry. Even used car dealerships have their share too in one of the biggest markets as they can sell any car in Dubai, used or new.

A recent study by the Dubai Statistics Center indicated that, on average, every household in the UAE owns two cars. That tells about the Emeriti consumer interest in owning a car, which is why the UAE has one of the highest car sales rates in the region.

 

The 5 Best Selling Cars in the United Arab Emirates

  1. Toyota Camry

Toyota is one of the largest car companies worldwide and the best-selling brand in Asia and the Middle East , Toyota Camry is the best-selling car in UAE, with its advanced features, safety standards, and an affordable price that an average person can afford. ​​Salaries in the UAE make consumers desire and afford to own a Toyota Camry. Toyota launches three models of Camry every year in the UAE with little difference in specifications and price to meet the needs and preferences of a wide range of customers price that an average person can afford. ​​Salaries in the UAE make consumers desire and afford to own a Toyota Camry.

2. Toyota Corolla

Toyota’s popularity in the UAE does not end with the Camry.. Reasons for the high sale rate of the Camry are the beautiful interior, advanced features, good fuel economy, vast interior space, and reliability. The Toyota Corolla Altis had set new trends in the premium sedan segment, and it has been launched in facelift and limited edition versions for quite a number of times. The new Toyota Corolla Altis comes with a super CVT-i engine with 7-speed sequential shiftmatic transmission system, and stability control features for enhanced performance and dynamics of the car.

3. Mitsubishi Pajero

 Mitsubishi Pajero is one of the most preferred off-road 4×4 engines in the UAE. The vehicle strikes a perfect balance between fuel economy and advanced off-road specifications suitable for the rugged terrain of the UAE A recent study by the Dubai Statistics Center indicated that, on average, every household in the UAE owns two cars. That tells about the Emeriti consumer interest in owning a car, which is why the UAE has one of the highest car sales rates in the region. . Mitsubishi Pajero has a 3.5-liter engine type V6, making it capable of driving on the dunes and mountains. Along with the spacious cabin and boot space, the car has power steering plus manual and automatic gear sets.

Mitsubishi Pajero Sport price starts at ₹ 28.05 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 29.96 Lakh. The price of Diesel variant for Pajero Sport ranges between ₹ 28.05 Lakh – ₹ 29.96 Lakh.Pajero Sport is available in 5 variants. Out of these 5 variants, 3 are Manual and 2 are Automatic.

4. Nissan Altima

Nissan Altima is a luxury economy saloon car and ranks fourth among the best-selling cars in the UAE. The Nissan Altima has a stylish exterior design and a powerful engine. It is a strong competitor to Toyota’s mid-size saloon cars in the car market due to its high resale value when you want a car valuation in Dubai. People in the UAE who like a stylish sedan with high specs and power tend to buy the Nissan Altima.The 2022 Nissan Altima has a comfortable cabin and ride, but its lack of nimbleness and interior refinement helps relegate it to the lower half of our midsize car rankings.

5. Mercedes E-class

The Mercedes E-Class is the top luxury car on this list and is very popular in Dubai. The most popular Mercedes E-Class in the UAE is the base model. Mercedes E200 has a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 185 horsepower.

Mercedes has launched the 2021 E-Class facelift in India and you can read our launch report here.

The price of Mercedes-Benz E-Class starts at Rs. 67.00 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 85.00 Lakh. Mercedes-Benz E-Class is offered in 5 variants – the base model of E-Class is Expression E 200 and the top variant Mercedes-Benz E-Class AMG E 350d which comes at a price tag of Rs. 85.00 Lakh.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Variants and Prices: The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is available in three variants: Expression, Exclusive and a new AMG Line.

6. BMW X5

When it comes to ultra-luxury cars in the UAE, BMW tops the list of consumer favorites. The BMW X5 is a sports car with a proven track record of high performance and comfort. Another reason for its popularity is that it is affordable more than other luxury cars in the country. BMW X5 has a 3.0-liter Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-6 engine that delivers very high drivability.

The new cars market in UAE has been predicted to grow by 5% in the year 2022.

The new cars market in UAE is segmented on the basis of type into passenger cars, commercial vehicles, and utility vehicles. Passenger cars are further sub-segmented into hatchbacks, sedans, coupes, SUVs, vans, and minivans. Commercial vehicles include trucks, buses, and coaches. Utility vehicles include pick-up trucks, sport utility vehicles (SUV), and mini vans. Based on vehicle size and the market is divided into small, medium, large, and extra-large. Small vehicles include compact cars, subcompact cars, and compacts. Medium vehicles include mid-size cars, full-size cars, and luxury cars. Large vehicles include large cars, supercars, and limousines. Extra-large vehicles include heavy duty vehicles, and special purpose vehicles. Based on engine power, the market is classified into four segments: petrol engines, diesel engines, hybrid engines, and electric engines.

This will help in boosting sales of these types of vehicles in the region. Commercial vehicles include trucks, buses, and coaches. Utility vehicles include pick-up trucks, sport utility vehicles (SUV), and mini vans.  Small vehicles include compact cars, subcompact cars, Extra-large vehicles include heavy duty vehicles, and special purpose vehicles. Based on engine power, the market is classified into four segments: petrol engines, diesel engines, hybrid engines, and electric engines.