• Audi Global Performance

    Audi. Global sales fell down, unique among premium

    Audi Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 was down 2.2% despite the good score in North America. Sales are falling in many regions, starting from the GCC, the CIS and Africa (excluding the Magreb). The top model has been the A3.

  • Taiwanese Vehicles Sales

    Taiwan October. New vehicles sales down 9%

    Taiwanese Vehicles Sales fell 9% in October, in line with total year to date performance. Following the previous year all time record the vehicles demand this year has shifted down the gear. Honda is the star of the year with figures up 26.2%.

  • bmw global performance

    BMW global sales pushed the brakes in the 2017

    BMW Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been below the past years and just marginally better than the industry, losing terrain from the rival Mercedes. Sales are growing in Asia and in the ASEAN region. The top model was again the Series 3.

  • renault global performance

    Renault Global Sales 2017 up in double-digit

    Renault Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 is still outstanding with over 1.7 million sales, up 11.1%. The growth is spread in all regions, but Asia is shining, up 33%, mainly thanks the boom in India. The Captur is the second top model, after the Clio.

  • Korean Vehicles Market 2017

    South Korea October. Following the strong Q3, sales down 11%

    Korean Vehicles Market has lost 11% in October after the strong performance reported in the third quarter and now the achievement of the new record at year-end is uncertain. Hyundai increased 6% while several brands reported huge falls, including Mercedes.

  • Chilean Vehicles Market 2017

    Chile October. Sales up 19%, Chery up 90%

    Chilean Vehicles Market kept the pace in October improving sales by 19%. Hyundai has taken leadership over Chevrolet and Kia on top of the brands ranking but the fastest increase last month was reported by the Chinese Chery, up 90%.

  • Uruguayan Vehicles Market

    Uruguay October. Chevrolet can overtake Volkswagen before Xmas

    Uruguayan Vehicles Market reported a new positive score in October, with sales up 15.8% following the impressive run performed so far this year. Over doubling sales, Chevrolet is reducing the gap to the leader, Volkswagen, and could take the lead before Xmas.

  • Switzerland Auto Market

    Switzerland October. Sales up 5.6%. Opel and Ford shining

    Switzerland Auto Market recovered 5.6% after the September fall confirming a really flat trend year on year. Volkswagen confirmed the leadership ahead of Mercedes and BMW. At model-wise, the best-selling model is the Skoda Octavia followed by three Volkswagen.

  • Thailand best selling cars

    Thailand best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

    Thailand best selling cars ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 is dominated by the last generation of the locally made Isuzu D-Max, able to create a wide gap over the former leader, the Toyota Hilux. Third place taken by the other pick-up, the Ford Ranger.

  • Danish Auto Sales

    Denmark October. Suzuki and Nissan the new stars

    Danish Auto Sales improved 8% in October recovering the grip after the awful Q3 and still maintaining a narrow margin over last year. Volkswagen is leading the market while Suzuki and Nissan are the star of the year. Peugeot 208 as best seller.

  • Polish cars sales

    Poland October. Sales up 8% projecting the year at half a million

    Polish cars sales up 8% in October reducing the speed after the skyrocketing third quarter. Full year sales are projected very close to the half million milestone sustained by strong private demand and acceleration of industrial activity. Skoda led with 12.9% of market share.

  • Russian Auto Sales 2017

    Russia October. Kia Rio leader in a market up 17%

    Russian Auto Sales up 17% in October keeping the renovated momentum started in March, with year to date figures up 10%. Private demand sustained by a recovery in the economic activity. Kia Rio is market leader ahead of Lada Granta and Vesta.

  • New Zealand vehicles sales

    New Zealand October. Vehicles sales boomed

    New Zealand vehicles sales boomed in October thanks to the rental renewal and still strong private demand projecting the full year over 160.000 units. Toyota consolidated the leadership while Volkswagen is the fastest growing brand this year.

  • Brazil best selling cars

    Brazil best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Brazil best selling cars in the first ten months of the 2017 again dominated by the Chevrolet Onix followed by a growing Ford Ka. Raising stars are the Renault Sandero (5th) and the Fiat Toro, new entrance in the Top 10.

  • Spain Best selling cars

    Spain best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Spain best selling cars in the first ten months of the 2017 benefit from market increase with almost all top models up. The leadership is taken by the Seat Leon, followed by the Seat Ibiza, the new NIssan Qashai and the Opel Corsa.

  • Germany Vehicles Sales

    Germany October. Dacia +40%

    Germany Vehicles Sales in October were up 3.8% keeping the moderately positive speed albeit Audi and BMW ha lost terrain. Volkswagen is progressively recovering while Dacia, Peugeot, Mitsubishi and Renault are growing in double-digit.

  • Kia Global Performance.

    Kia Global Performance. In the 2017 sales down 8.5%

    Kia Global Performance year to date September 2017 is really negative losing 8.5% despite the positive momentum in the Pacific, CIS and Latin America regions. Sales are dragged down by crisis in Korea and China. The best-selling model is again the Sportage.

  • chevrolet global performance

    Chevrolet. Global performance 2017 again marginally negative

    Chevrolet Global Performance kept the negative momentum in the 2017 with year to date September sales down 0.3% after that the brand in the 2010-2016 had been the worse among the top 25 automotive brands. Chevrolet is losing all over, but in Latin America.

  • Hyundai Global Performance

    Hyundai Global Performance. 2017 sales dropped 10%

    Hyundai Global Sales fell in double-digit after the first nine months of the 2017. Seven out of the top 10 models reported decline and regional sales are struggling in Asia and in North America. The moderate gain in Europe and LatAm are not enough.

  • Canada Auto Sales 2017

    Canada October. Sales up 6% on track to new record

    Canada Auto Sales in October hit the best ever results, up 6.3% and now the new annual record above 2 million units is almost done. Honda consolidates the third place ahead of a shining Chevrolet and behind Ford and Toyota.

  • Argentina Auto Sales

    Argentina October. The new all time record is far only 3 steps

    Argentina Auto Sales in October increased 21.3% projecting the new all time record for the year-end, above the 0.9 million. The finally positive economic environment and the first effects of the recently launched new National Automotive Plan sustain a positive outlook. 

  • Swedish Auto Market

    Sweden October. Mercedes and Peugeot shining

    Swedish Auto Market kept the moderate growing pathway in October consolidating the annual performance and projecting a new all time record, the third in a row. Volvo is fast growing pulling ahead the entire industry. Mercedes and Peugeot shining.

  • UK Cars Sales 2017

    UK October. Sales down 12%.

    UK Cars Sales fell 12 in October confirming the falling trend started with the disappointing June election and the sharp deterioration in consumer sentiment. Ford struggle during the Fiesta replacement while Vauxhall is in free fall.

  • Irish cars market

    Ireland October. Vehicles sales down again

    Irish cars market in October has lost sharply keeping the almost negative trend, one of the worse within the EU zone. Challenging real economy status is reducing the demand for consumers good. Volkswagen is market leader over Toyota.

  • Norwegian Auto Market

    Norway October. Tesla sales +137%

    Norwegian Auto Market increased 4% in October projecting the entire year again at the all time record and with AFV vehicles mix very close to the 50%. Volvo, BMW and Mercedes are fast growing while Volkswagen is losing. Tesla near doubling.

  • USA Vehicles Sales

    USA October. Cars sales offer mixed picture

    USA Vehicles Sales lost 1.1% in October keeping the moderately negative trend offering a mixed picture, with some companies maintaining a sales upswing thanks to hurricane recovery, while others once again saw declines. Nissan and Audi shine.

  • Japan Auto Market 2017

    Japan October. Sales up 3.5%. Nissan shines

    Japan Auto Market grew 3.5% in October maintaining the positive trend and outlook. Following a critical start of the year, Toyota has finally recovered. Nissan and Subaru are shining while Mercedes is the importers leader, ahead of BMW and Volkswagen.

  • Dutch Auto Market

    Netherlands October. Sales up 23%

    Dutch Auto Market kept momentum in October reporting sales up 23% and consolidating a double-digit growth on annual basis, fueled by economy expansion at the fastest clip in nearly two decades. Volkswagen is market leader ahead of Renault.

  • Israel Vehicles Market 2017

    Israel October. Sales up 46% projecting a record year-end

    Israel Vehicles Market boomed 46.5% in October reducing at zero the gap from the previous year and projecting a new record for year-end. Hyundai, Kia and Toyota are losing terrain under the attack of several competitors. Suzuki and Renault are the stars of the year.

  • Turkish Vehicles Sales 2017

    Turkey October. October up 10% projects the year over 1 million

    Turkish Vehicles Sales up 10.5% in October finally projecting the full year over the 1 million units milestone, at the third annual record in a row. The demand is sustained by a double-digit inflation and record expansion in economy. Renault is the leader.

  • Spanish Car Market

    Spain October. Market up 14% with Renault on top

    Spanish autos market grew up in October a robust 14.9% consolidating the annual gain with full year 2017 projected over 1.2 million sales. Renault overtook Seat on top of the annual ranking with Clio 2nd and Megane 5th in the last month.

  • World Best Selling Car

    World Best Selling Car. The Top 100 Models in the 2017

    World Best Selling Car ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 reports the global success of SUVs models with Honda CR-V, Toyota Rav4 and Volkswagen Tiguan escalating positions on top. The Ford F-Series outpaced the VW Golf in second.

  • Ford Global Performance

    Ford. 2017 Global sales performance is disappointing

    Ford global sales performance in the first three quarters of the 2017 has been disappointing losing over 3.1% with 4.54 million vehicles, dragged down by low sales in China and despite the best-seller F-Series will sell over 1 million units

  • Volkswagen. 2017 global performance driven by Tiguan

    In the first nine months of the 2017, Volkswagen confirmed the second place in the global light vehicles sales with 4.99 million vehicles, improving 3.8% thanks to the strong Tiguan performance, while Golf and Polo are losing. Sales down in many regions.

  • Austrian Car Sales

    Austria October. Sales up 7.8% albeit polls

    Austrian Car Sales increased 7.8%in October keeping the quite positive pace and projecting the year at the best since years. The demand is still fueled by high consumer and business confidence. Hyundai is the fastest growing this year, up in 6th place.

  • Iraqi Cars Sales

    Iraq September. Sales finally up, moderately

    Iraqi Cars Sales are recovering in the 2017 following the previous three years of sharp decline. however the new war against the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) following the independence referendum can limit the economic recovery.

  • Brazil Vehicles Market 2017

    Brazil October. Consolidating the recovery

    Brazil Vehicles Market boomed in October with sales up 26%, the best increase in three years, albeit economic data remains shaky. Just four months after the launch, the Renault Kwid landed in second place, just behind the Chevrolet Onix.

  • South Africa Auto Sales

    South Africa October. Nissan is the new star

    South Africa Auto Sales scored in October the first increase in a row albeit the business sentiment in the country remained abysmally low. Market leader, Toyota, is gaining over followers, but the sunshine is  Nissan Group, with the brand Nissan up 25% and Datsun 64%.

  • World Cars Brand Ranking

    World Cars Brand. The top 50 in the 2017

    World Cars Brand Ranking in the first eight months of the 2017 led by Toyota. The sales acceleration during the Q3 allowed Honda to overtake Nissan in fourth place. Koreans are in free fall due to the sharp lost reported in China. Renault shining.

  • Serbia Car sales

    Serbia September. Sales had a break

    Serbia Car sales kept the momentum in the Q3 despite weaker than expected private consumption and small increase in labor market figures. On top of the ranking, the local producer Fiat with a safe margin over Skoda and Volkswagen.

  • World Car Group Ranking

    World Car Group Ranking. Selling Opel GM lost one spot

    World Car Group Ranking year to date September with Toyota Motor Group back on top of the World, helped by the Q3 favorable seasonality. The sales of Opel cost a place to General Motors while gave one more to P.S.A. Geely the fastest growing group.

  • Porsche Global Sales Performance

    Porsche. 2017 global sales up a little 1.2%

    Porsche Global performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been moderately positive following the remarkable growth shown in the previous 7 years. Sales were sustained by moderate growth in Latin America and Europe. The best-selling model is the Macan.

  • Croatian Auto market

    Croatia September. Volkswagen shines in a strong market

    Croatian Auto market is booming fueled by buoyant private consumption and after the strong first half in the Q3 kept the pace with one of the best performance this year in Europe. Volkswagen is market leader ahead of Opel and Skoda.

  • Tunisian Vehicles Sales

    Tunisia September. Isuzu shines in a disappointing Q3

    Tunisian Vehicles Sales fell down in the Q3 after the almost positive first half hit by economic difficulties and a tourist sector below expectations. Light commercial segment is pulling the market up and Isuzu has taken the leadership ahead of Citroen and Volkswagen.

  • Australia Best selling cars

    Australia Best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Australia Best selling cars ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 was again led by the Toyota Hilux, confirming the great score reported last year, ahead of the other pick up, the Ford Ranger. The best sedan was the Toyota Corolla, only third.

  • mexico-best-selling-cars

    Mexico best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Mexico best selling cars ranking after the first nine months of the 2017 with the Nissan Versa leader again followed by the Nissan Pick up and the Chevrolet Spark. The Ford Figo advanced in 12th place and all Kia models keep gaining terrain.

  • Malaysian Vehicles Market

    Malaysia September. Honda shining in a market down 14%

    Malaysian Vehicles Market fell 14% in September eroding almost all the annual gain, albeit positive data from the economic indicators. Sales are penalized by difficulties found by the market leader Perodua, while also Proton and Toyota struggle. Honda shines.

  • Kenyan Vehicles Sales

    Kenya September. Auto industry in free fall

    Kenyan Vehicles Sales continue to free fall after the last year excise tax charge. Hit by slow economic progress and turbulent political scene, the automotive industry is in the hardest crisis of the last 20 years. Isuzu and Toyota are on top.

  • Singapore Car market

    Singapore September. Honda is shining

    Singapore Car market in the Q3 pushed the brake after the first half acceleration, due to a reduced number of licences released. Honda was the best-selling brand with over 20% of market share, ahead of Toyota.

  • Argentina Best Selling Cars

    Argentina Best Selling Cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Argentina Best Selling Cars in the first nine months of  the 2017 revolutionized in the top places with a new leader, the Volkswagen Gol, and several new models taking the scene. The ranking reflects the outstanding momentum of the market.

  • South Africa best selling cars

    South Africa best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    South Africa best selling cars ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 has a clear leader, the Volkswagen Polo, while the Toyota Hilux and the Ford Ranger fight for the second place and leadership among pick ups. Last generation of Toyota Fortuner in top 10.

  • Land Rover global performance

    Land Rover. 2017 performance sustained by Asia

    Land Rover Global performance in the first eight months of the 2017 has been sustained by growth in Asia while declining in all others regions, Africa over all. The best-selling model is the Discovery Sport.

  • Taiwan Best Selling Cars

    Taiwan best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

    Taiwan Best Selling Cars ranking after the first nine months of the 2017 is still dominated by the Toyota Corolla over the Toyota Rav4. New models landed immediately behind with the Toyota Sienta in third place and the Honda HR-V in fifth.

  • Ukrainian Cars market

    Ukraine September. Renault leader in a rocketing market

    Ukrainian Cars market still positive in the Q3 following the rocketing first half consolidating the momentum started last year despite the economic recovery looks still fragile. Renault is the market leader ahead of Toyota and Volkswagen.

  • Qatari new vehicles

    Qatar September. In Q3 sales down again in double digit

    Qatari new vehicles reported a new double-digit fall in the Q3 with GDP almost stagnated and hit by first effects of three-month embargo. The market risk to not start to recovery as the others countries in the region. Hyundai is shining and Toyota losing.

  • Infiniti

    Infiniti. Global sales in 2017 up 11% hitting new records

    Infiniti Global performance in the first eight months of the 2017 has been shining improving 11.6% from the record level hit in the previous year. Sales are driven by the outstanding performance in North America. The best-selling model is the QX60.

  • Thailand vehicles market 2017

    Thailand September. Nissan up 93%

    Thailand vehicles market kept momentum in September with sales up 21.9% keeping the almost positive pace and sustained by local economy which defied expectations and picked up steam in last quarters. Nissan boomed 93% in September

  • Netherlands best selling cars

    Netherlands best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Netherlands best selling cars ranking after the first nine months of the 2017 has a new leader, the Renault Clio followed by a new entrance, the Opel Karl, landed in second. The former leader, the Volkswagen Golf rolled back in sixth place.

  • Europe best selling cars

    Europe best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Europe best selling cars ranking after nine months of the 2017 dominated by the Volkswagen Golf, albeit declining in volume, ahead of the Volkswagen Polo and the Renault Clio. The Volkswagen Tiguan is the new star advancing in 6th place, up 15 spots.

  • Israel best selling cars

    Israel best selling cars 2017. Hyundai Ioniq debuts in 7th place

    Israel best selling cars in the first nine months of the 2017 with the new Hyundai Ioniq up in 7th place, best place ever worldwide, thanks to the new green policy recently adopted by the country. Kia Picanto has taken the leadership ahead of the former leader, the Kia Sportage.

  • Turkey best selling cars

    Turkey best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Turkey best selling cars ranking after the first nine months of the 2017 presents several changes. The leadership is solid in the hands of the Fiat Aegea, while the last generation of the Renault Megane is a great success also thanks to the launch of the sedan version.

  • Chrysler 2014 Global Performance

    Chrysler. Global sales collapsed 23% in 8 months 2017

    Chrysler Global performance in the first eight months of the 2017 has been one of the worse in absolute losing 23.5% hit by lost demand in Latin and North America. The brand is again near to disappear missing a clear and long-term product planning.

  • Jordanian Auto Sales

    Jordan September. Q3 sales up fast

    Jordanian Auto Sales recovered sharply in the third quarter following a prorogued crisis and has reduced the annual lost at 4.5%, despite government is struggling to keep the fiscal deficit under control. Hyundai and Kia has gained volume and share.

  • Germany best selling cars

    Germany best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Germany best selling cars after the first nine months of the 2017 with the Volkswagen Golf losing in double-digit and the VW Tiguan advanced in 4th place. The best new entrance in the Top 100 was the Audi Q2, doing better than Seat Ateca and Toyota C-HR.

  • USA best selling cars

    USA best selling Cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    USA best selling Cars ranking updated at September 2017 reports an amazing Ford F-Series trend with sales up 10% projecting the vehicles over 1 million sales in the World. Nissan Rogue and Honda CR-V are the raising stars.

  • Emirates Automotive Market

    UAE September. Q3 in fast recovery

    Emirates Automotive Market reported a fast recovery in the Q3 reducing the annual lost at 15.8%, fueled by private demand and by trading to Africa. The economy is expanding at a moderate pace, but VAT introduction in next January will pull ahead demand in Q4.

  • alfa romeo global performance

    Alfa Romeo. New models are pushing 2017 sales up 48%

    Alfa Romeo Global performance in the first eight months of the 2017 is finally positive after seven years of fall, pulled up by the new Giulia sales and first units retailed of the SUV Stelvio. Sales up in North America, Europe and GCC. The Giulietta is the best-selling model.

  • Lebanese Cars Market

    Lebanon September. CVs pushed sales up

    Lebanese Cars Market has been positive in the Q3 albeit the subdued consumer sentiment, thanks to strong demand on light commercial vehicles segment. Toyota benefit the most, thanks to their pick up line up, gaining the market leadership.

  • Indonesian Vehicles Sales

    Indonesia September. Sales down August 4.5%

    Indonesian Vehicles Sales ended the Q3 with a moderate decline in September and annual gain has been reduced at marginal terms. Consumer confidence is still low albeit Government announcement for an expanding policy. Toyota lost 22% in September.

  • Canada best selling cars

    Canada best selling cars 2017. The top 100

    Canada best selling cars ranking updated at the end of September 2017 with the Ford F-Series king of the market followed by the Ram Pick up and the Honda Civic, third and best car passengers. The fastest model so far is the Mercedes GLC, up 96%

  • Vietnamese vehicles market

    Vietnam September. The momentum is gone

    Vietnamese vehicles market this year is taking a pause after years of fast growth. Indeed, following the positive Q1, market started falling and September, down 23.4%, was the 6th lost in a row. However, the market leader, Toyota, is gaining 12%.

  • GREAT-WALL

    Great Wall. 2017 global sales down

    Great Wall is losing terrain in the 2017 following the outstanding performance scored in the previous 7 years. At regional level sales are not growing in Asia and Africa.. The best model is the Haval H6, with over 300.000 sales globally.

  • Bahrain Auto Sales

    Bahrain September. Market again in free fall

    Bahrain Auto Sales had been almost negative during the Q3 keeping the very negative momentum while Bahrain fiscal and financial position become further more vulnerable and expected fiscal austerity will not help the industry.

  • Colombian Auto Market

    Colombia September. Sales down 9%

    Colombian Auto Market was again negative in the Q3 mainly due to the September 9% fall. On annual basis, the market is still under the negative effect of the recent 3 points hike in the Value Added Tax. Since August the Renault Sandero has taken the leadership.

  • Citroen Global Performance

    Citroen. 2017 global sales down 7.6%

    Citroen Global Performance in the 2017 is again very negative with sales felt 7.6% year to date August, dragged down by the horrible score in Asia. The brand is growing in South America and CIS markets. The C3 is the best-selling model by far.

  • Italian best selling cars

    Italian Best Selling Cars. The top 50 in the 2017

    Italian best selling cars after nine months of the 2017 dominated by the Fiat Panda with a wide gap over the Lancia Ypsilon and the Fiat Tipo. The Volkswagen Golf lost eight spots, falling over the top 10, first time in decades. VW Tiguan is fast growing.

  • Opel

    Opel 2017. Global sales down 3.8%

    Opel Global Performance in the 2017 is quite negative losing in all region including the core Western Europe. The brand has been acquired by P.S.A. and the data of new owners arrival is almost near. The Astra still is the best-selling model.

  • Suzuki Global Performance

    Suzuki 2017. Global sales up in double-digit

    Suzuki Global Performance in the 2017 is very positive with year to date August up 12.2% and improving in regions were the brand is relatively weak, like Levant and Europe. However core Asian region was is up in double-digit. The Alto is the best seller.

  • Jeep Global Performance

    Jeep 2017. North America pushs global score down

    Jeep Global Performance in the 2017 is negative despite the strong increase reported in Latin America, Asia and others regions. The balance is hit by the double-digit lost reported in North America. The Grand Cherokee is the best-selling model.

DAILY REPORTS on 140 Markets and 40 Brands

  • Mazda Global Performance

    Mazda Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 was positive thanks to the success in CIS area and in Asia, while sales declined in Magreb, GCC, Levant and Europe. The best-selling model was again the CX-5 followed by the Mazda3.

  • Audi Global Performance

    Audi Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 was down 2.2% despite the good score in North America. Sales are falling in many regions, starting from the GCC, the CIS and Africa (excluding the Magreb). The top model has been the A3.

  • Pakistani Vehicles Sales

    Pakistani Vehicles Sales in October kept the outstanding momentum booming 42.9% and projecting the full year at an amazing new all time record. Honda is booming after the BR-V launch, but Suzuki still dominates quite share over 52%.

  • Taiwanese Vehicles Sales

    Taiwanese Vehicles Sales fell 9% in October, in line with total year to date performance. Following the previous year all time record the vehicles demand this year has shifted down the gear. Honda is the star of the year with figures up 26.2%.

  • bmw global performance

    BMW Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been below the past years and just marginally better than the industry, losing terrain from the rival Mercedes. Sales are growing in Asia and in the ASEAN region. The top model was again the Series 3.

  • Peugeot Global Performance

    Peugeot Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been flat, keeping to lose market share as already done in the last sixth years. Strong sales in East Europe, CIS Market and Latin America. The 208 is the best-selling model.

  • Mercedes Global Performance

    Mercedes Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been outstanding, up 11.1% with 1.91 million sales (not including Trucks and Bus) with a oustanding score in Latin America and Asia. The GLC advanced as second top model, behind the C Class.

  • renault global performance

    Renault Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 is still outstanding with over 1.7 million sales, up 11.1%. The growth is spread in all regions, but Asia is shining, up 33%, mainly thanks the boom in India. The Captur is the second top model, after the Clio.

  • Greek Cars Market

    Greek Cars Market increased 26.2% in October keeping the amazing pace started in July with year to date figures up in double-digit. Hyundai is the star of the year improving 289% while Skoda is up 189% year on year, The leaders are again Toyota and Nissan.

  • Portuguese Auto Market 2017

    Portuguese Auto Market kept momentum in October with sales up 6.4% and projecting the year above the 220.000 units. Renault runs fast on top of the competitive arena. Last month was outstanding for two brands, Hyundai and Opel.

  • France Auto Sales 2017

    France Auto Sales in October at the best y.o.y. increase in the last 18 months, while Macron's government presented a budget of savings and incentives to youth unemployment. Renault and Peugeot in great shape on top of the list.

  • Korean Vehicles Market 2017

    Korean Vehicles Market has lost 11% in October after the strong performance reported in the third quarter and now the achievement of the new record at year-end is uncertain. Hyundai increased 6% while several brands reported huge falls, including Mercedes.

  • Chilean Vehicles Market 2017

    Chilean Vehicles Market kept the pace in October improving sales by 19%. Hyundai has taken leadership over Chevrolet and Kia on top of the brands ranking but the fastest increase last month was reported by the Chinese Chery, up 90%.

  • Uruguayan Vehicles Market

    Uruguayan Vehicles Market reported a new positive score in October, with sales up 15.8% following the impressive run performed so far this year. Over doubling sales, Chevrolet is reducing the gap to the leader, Volkswagen, and could take the lead before Xmas.

  • Switzerland Auto Market

    Switzerland Auto Market recovered 5.6% after the September fall confirming a really flat trend year on year. Volkswagen confirmed the leadership ahead of Mercedes and BMW. At model-wise, the best-selling model is the Skoda Octavia followed by three Volkswagen.

  • Thailand best selling cars

    Thailand best selling cars ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 is dominated by the last generation of the locally made Isuzu D-Max, able to create a wide gap over the former leader, the Toyota Hilux. Third place taken by the other pick-up, the Ford Ranger.

  • Danish Auto Sales

    Danish Auto Sales improved 8% in October recovering the grip after the awful Q3 and still maintaining a narrow margin over last year. Volkswagen is leading the market while Suzuki and Nissan are the star of the year. Peugeot 208 as best seller.

  • Polish cars sales

    Polish cars sales up 8% in October reducing the speed after the skyrocketing third quarter. Full year sales are projected very close to the half million milestone sustained by strong private demand and acceleration of industrial activity. Skoda led with 12.9% of market share.

  • Russian Auto Sales 2017

    Russian Auto Sales up 17% in October keeping the renovated momentum started in March, with year to date figures up 10%. Private demand sustained by a recovery in the economic activity. Kia Rio is market leader ahead of Lada Granta and Vesta.

  • New Zealand vehicles sales

    New Zealand vehicles sales boomed in October thanks to the rental renewal and still strong private demand projecting the full year over 160.000 units. Toyota consolidated the leadership while Volkswagen is the fastest growing brand this year.

  • Brazil best selling cars

    Brazil best selling cars in the first ten months of the 2017 again dominated by the Chevrolet Onix followed by a growing Ford Ka. Raising stars are the Renault Sandero (5th) and the Fiat Toro, new entrance in the Top 10.

  • Spain Best selling cars

    Spain best selling cars in the first ten months of the 2017 benefit from market increase with almost all top models up. The leadership is taken by the Seat Leon, followed by the Seat Ibiza, the new NIssan Qashai and the Opel Corsa.

  • Germany Vehicles Sales

    Germany October. Dacia +40%

    November 13, 2017

    Germany Vehicles Sales in October were up 3.8% keeping the moderately positive speed albeit Audi and BMW ha lost terrain. Volkswagen is progressively recovering while Dacia, Peugeot, Mitsubishi and Renault are growing in double-digit.

  • Czech Republic Autos sales

    Czech Republic Autos sales increased 6% in October when the populist billionaire businessman Andrej Babis won the elections with an Eurosceptic program. Meantime strong EU investments kept boosting the economy creating room for vehicles industry records.

  • Kia Global Performance.

    Kia Global Performance year to date September 2017 is really negative losing 8.5% despite the positive momentum in the Pacific, CIS and Latin America regions. Sales are dragged down by crisis in Korea and China. The best-selling model is again the Sportage.

  • chevrolet global performance

    Chevrolet Global Performance kept the negative momentum in the 2017 with year to date September sales down 0.3% after that the brand in the 2010-2016 had been the worse among the top 25 automotive brands. Chevrolet is losing all over, but in Latin America.

  • honda

    Honda Global Performance kept momentum in the 2017 with year to date September sales up 9.2% following the already positive medium term score. The growth is fueled by Asian countries, China over all, and by the global success of last generation Civic.

  • Hyundai Global Performance

    Hyundai Global Sales fell in double-digit after the first nine months of the 2017. Seven out of the top 10 models reported decline and regional sales are struggling in Asia and in North America. The moderate gain in Europe and LatAm are not enough.

  • Canada Auto Sales 2017

    Canada Auto Sales in October hit the best ever results, up 6.3% and now the new annual record above 2 million units is almost done. Honda consolidates the third place ahead of a shining Chevrolet and behind Ford and Toyota.

  • Argentina Auto Sales

    Argentina Auto Sales in October increased 21.3% projecting the new all time record for the year-end, above the 0.9 million. The finally positive economic environment and the first effects of the recently launched new National Automotive Plan sustain a positive outlook. 

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Thailand best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

Thailand best selling cars ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 is dominated by the last generation of the locally made Isuzu D-Max, able to create a wide gap over the former leader, the Toyota Hilux. Third place taken by the other pick-up, the Ford Ranger.

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Germany October. Dacia +40%

Germany Vehicles Sales in October were up 3.8% keeping the moderately positive speed albeit Audi and BMW ha lost terrain. Volkswagen is progressively recovering while Dacia, Peugeot, Mitsubishi and Renault are growing in double-digit.

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Saudi Arabia September. Renault is shining in the falling market

Saudi Arabia Auto Market in Q3 2017 have lost over expectations and this year could end reporting the deepest fall in 30 years. The economy contracted again in Q2 and probably in Q3 and oil price recovery is not enough. However, Renault is booming 95%.

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Iran September. Market up 9% fueled by skyrocketing economy

Iranian vehicles market in the first nine months of the 2017 reported a positive trend albeit slow start of the year, fueled by a rocketing economy. The market is now the most important for Peugeot, leader with over 30% of market share.

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UAE September. Q3 in fast recovery

Emirates Automotive Market reported a fast recovery in the Q3 reducing the annual lost at 15.8%, fueled by private demand and by trading to Africa. The economy is expanding at a moderate pace, but VAT introduction in next January will pull ahead demand in Q4.

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Belgium October. Sales up 4%. Dacia & Seat shine

Belgium Auto Sales moderately positive in October in line with the rest of the year. Volkswagen is still on top fighting with Renault. The best performer this year are Dacia, Seat and Mercedes. 

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Hyundai Global Performance. 2017 sales dropped 10%

Hyundai Global Sales fell in double-digit after the first nine months of the 2017. Seven out of the top 10 models reported decline and regional sales are struggling in Asia and in North America. The moderate gain in Europe and LatAm are not enough.

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Spain October. Market up 14% with Renault on top

Spanish autos market grew up in October a robust 14.9% consolidating the annual gain with full year 2017 projected over 1.2 million sales. Renault overtook Seat on top of the annual ranking with Clio 2nd and Megane 5th in the last month.

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Philippines August. Q3 sales speed still strong

Philippines Vehicles Market in the Q3 maintained the momentum fueled by strong, while moderated, economic activity expansion and running towards the half million sales milestone. Toyota is further increasing market share while Hyundai advanced in fourth place.

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India October. Sales up 4%. Maruti & Tata shining

Indian Vehicles Market up 4% in October projecting the year-end at the new all time record despite  implementation of new GST fiscal law that left the country in confusion over tax procedures. Maruti is at 50% of share while the fastest growing brand is Tata.