Exports: In 2018, Israel exported $21.8M in Cars, making it the 67th largest exporter of Cars in the world. At the same year, Cars was the 237th most exported product in Israel. The main destination of Cars exports from Israel are: Belgium-Luxembourg ($5.97M), United Kingdom ($5.68M), Netherlands ($1.62M), Palestine ($1.49M), and United States ($1.1M).
The fastest growing export markets for Cars of Israel between 2017 and 2018 were United Kingdom ($5.12M), Belgium-Luxembourg ($4.33M), and Palestine ($1.49M).
Imports: In 2018, Israel imported $4.54B in Cars, becoming the 31st largest importer of Cars in the world. At the same year, Cars was the 3rd most imported product in Israel. Israel imports Cars primarily from: Japan ($737M), South Korea ($717M), Czechia ($559M), Germany ($444M), and Turkey ($389M).
The fastest growing import markets in Cars for Israel between 2017 and 2018 were South Korea ($250M), Czechia ($238M), and Japan ($223M).
Tariffs: In 2017, the average tariff for Israel in Cars was 4.31%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Cars were Angola (5.05%), Burundi (5.05%), Benin (5.05%), Burkina Faso (5.05%), and Botswana (5.05%).