• Syrian Auto Sales

    Syria 2017. Auto market down 90% since 2011

    Syrian Auto Sales kept falling in the 2017 with the majority of car manufacturers having given up in the vehicles distributions leaving the market at the Koreans, basically the only still active in the market. Actual market is 90% down from 2011.

  • Emirates Automotive Market

    UAE 2017. Albeit December rush, annual sales declined 11%

    Emirates Automotive Market in 2017 has lost 11.3% reducing the annual lost in the Q4 when consumers have anticipated purchases, before VAT 5% introduction in January. Perspectives for the 2018 are still negative despite the strong growth of non-oil sector.

  • Jordanian Auto Sales

    Jordan 2017. Top 3 Brands holds 70% of market share

    Jordanian Auto Sales ended the 2017 with a little 0.8% progress over the previous year thanks to the strong acceleration reported in the Q4. Three brands holds 70% of market share. HOwever while Kia in second boosted 30%, Toyota in third heavily lost.

  • Yemeni Cars Market

    Yemen 2017. Toyota at 78% market share

    Yemeni Cars Market recovered in the 2017, when Toyota has registered a bulk of vehicles, with the effect to end the year up 30.2% from the previous year. However the civil war has continued to intensify after reaching the 1000-day mark.

  • Ukrainian Cars market

    Ukraine 2017. Renault shines on top of a rocketing market

    Ukrainian Cars market in the 2017 consolidated the recovery with an impressive growth performance albeit economic recovery has gradually lost steam. Renault improved 59% consolidating the leadership ahead of Toyota and Volkswagen.

  • Estonian Cars Market

    Estonia 2017. Auto sales up in double digit

    Estonian Cars Market in the 2017 kept momentum with a double-digit performance, pulled ahead by a solid economic growth and high private consumption. Toyota confirmed the leadership in the market for the third year in a row, ahead of Skoda.

  • Mexico Vehicles Market 2017

    Mexico 2017. Auto sales down 1%, but the outlook is negative

    Mexico Vehicles Market 2017 have lost 1% having shifted in negative territory since July. Top Brands are losing terrain while recently landed have taken space, with Kia, Hyundai, Suzuki and Mercedes as the fastest growing. 2018 Outlook is negative.

  • Turkish Vehicles Sales 2017

    Turkey 2017. New record vanished in the Q4

    Turkish Vehicles Sales fell 2.8% in the 2017 due to the Q4 brake missing again the milestone of 1 million units. Renault dominates the ranking both as single brand and group, posting the Megane as second best selling model. Honda, up 28.9%, the fastest growing brand

  • Taiwanese Vehicles Sales

    Taiwan 2017. Again a record sales for the automotive industry

    Taiwanese Vehicles Sales in 2017 hit the second all time record in a row, while with a narrow gain from the previous year. The consumer demand is still strong and sustained by rolling economy. Toyota is market leader with 25% share and the top 3 models.

  • Irish cars market

    Ireland 2017. Auto market down 10%

    Irish cars market fell down 10.4% in the 2017 with consumer confidence hit by EC focus on reducing the fiscal impact of internet company based in the country and government is negotiating for BREXIT effects. While losing 10% Volkswagen was market leader.

  • Pakistani Vehicles Sales

    Pakistan 2017. Auto sales boomed 18%, hitting the record

    Pakistani Vehicles Sales boomed in the 2017 increasing over 18% and hitting the new all time record. Suzuki dominates the market with over 50% of market share, but Honda was the fastest growing brand, after launching the new BR-V.

  • Germany Vehicles Sales

    Germany 2017. Auto sales up for the 4th year in a string

    Germany Vehicles Sales in 2017 at the highest level in this decade near 3.5 million. Volkswagen and Audi has lost terrain while Dacia, Suzuki and Peugeot have been the stars of the year. Even Alfa Romeo scored positively (after years of falls) in 30th place.

  • Russian Auto Sales 2017

    Russia 2017. Market up a shy 11% after the Big Fall

    Russian Auto Sales was up 11.9% in the 2017, a little recovery standing near the half from the market record in the 2012. Despite having bottomed out from the recession, the market struggle to find propellent for growth. Koreans and Autovaz dominate.

  • USA best selling cars

    USA best selling Cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    USA best selling Cars in the 2017 dominated for the 42nd year by the amazing Ford F-Series. Hitting the American record for a single model in a single year, the popular pick up jumped over 1 million global sales, fourth model in the history.

  • Brazil best selling cars

    Brazil best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Brazil best selling cars in the 2017 again dominated by the Chevrolet Onix followed by a growing Ford Ka. Raising stars are the Renault Sandero and the Fiat Toro, new entrance in the Top 10. However the star of the year was the new Jeep Compass, landed in 11th.

  • Sweden Best selling cars

    Sweden Best selling cars. The Top 100 in the 2017

    Sweden Best selling cars in the 2017 back to the standard, after Volkswagen braked in 2016 the 54 years long Volvo domination. IN 2017 the last generation Volvo XC60 was the best model ahead of the new Volvo V/S90 and the former leader, Volkswagen Golf.

  • Spain Best selling cars

    Spain best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Spain best selling cars in 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 Renault Clio and the Nissan Qashqai.

  • Polish cars sales

    Poland 2017. New all time record, up 13%

    Polish cars sales in the 2017 has been one of the most dynamic in Europe, improving 13% and hitting the new all time record, fueled by strong expansion of economic activity and falling unemployment rate. On top of the list Skoda and Toyota marked a solid score.

  • Danish Auto Sales

    Denmark 2017. Suzuki the star of the year in a flat market

    Danish Auto Sales in the 2017 have been flat from the previous year record missing the new limit by few thousand units, when the Danish economy logged its worst performance since 2011 Volkswagen leader with 13% of share while Suzuki was the star of the year.

  • Dutch Auto Market

    Netherlands 2017. Toyota shines in a market up 7%

    Dutch Auto Market recovered 7% in the 2017 after the previous year fall. Albeit losing volume, Volkswagen stands on top of the list while Renault in second has reduced the gap. The star of the year was Toyota, thanks to hybrid line up, up 30%.

  • Czech Republic Autos sales

    Czech Republic 2017. Toyota the star in a record market

    Czech Republic Autos sales in 2017 hit the new all time record both in cars and lcvs segment, keeping an amazing series of records. Skoda takes the 30% plus market share with new SUV Karoq already in the top ten. Toyota was the star of the year, up 45%.

  • Israel Vehicles Market 2017

    Israel 2017. Suzuki & Nissan shine in a market down 1.8%

    Israel Vehicles Market in 2017 at the second best sales level ever, not hitting the previous year record just for few thousand units. While leadership was solid in the hands of Hyundai and Kia, the fastest growing brand had been Suzuki, Nissan and Dacia.

  • World Best Selling Car

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

    World Best Selling Car ranking in the 2017 reports the global success of SUVs models with Toyota Rav4 and Volkswagen Tiguan escalating positions on top. The event of the year was the second place of Ford F-Series fourth model ever up 1 million

  • Norwegian Auto Market

    Norway 2017. Tesla up 143% in a market again at all time record

    Norwegian Auto Market hit in the 2017 the 5th all time record in a row, keeping the fast process to renovate vehicles with traditional combustion with AFVs, actually at 50% of the mix. The leader, Volkswagen, struggles while Tesla and Volvo are the 2017 winners.

  • Argentina Auto Sales

    Argentina 2017. Volkswagen dominated a market up 29%

    Argentina Auto Sales in the 2017 hit the second best level ever, improving 29.8% from the previous year. Next year outlook is still positive and the market could hit the 1 million units, for the first time. Volkswagen dominates  with a save gap over Chevrolet.

  • Brazil Vehicles Market 2017

    Brazil 2017. Market up 9.2%. Chevrolet dominates

    Brazil Vehicles Market in the 2017 has started to recover after the prolonged crisis. The year ended with sales up 9.2% and the 2018 outlook is positive. Chevrolet dominates the market with over 18% of share, while Jeep was the star of the year.

  • World Cars Brand Ranking

    World Cars Brand ranking. The top 50 in the 2017

    World Cars Brand Ranking in 2017 led by Toyota. Thanks to the sales acceleration during the second half, Honda has overtaken Nissan in fourth place. Koreans are in free fall due to the sharp lost reported in China. Fastest growing brands are the Chinese Roewe and Geely.

  • Swedish Auto Market

    Sweden 2017. Vehicles sales at new all time record

    Swedish Auto Market hit a new all time record in the 2017, the second in a string, fueled by fast economic growth, solid labor market and the development of a local green vehicles strategy. Volvo outperformed on top of the list, ahead of Volkswagen and Toyota.

  • USA Vehicles Sales

    USA 2017. Auto sales mark first fall since Great Recession

    USA Vehicles Sales in 2017 mark the first fall since the Great Recession albeit data from US economy continues to show strength. Fueled by the new all time record sales for a single model, hit by the F-Series, Ford kept the market leadership, over Toyota and Chevrolet.

  • World Car Group Ranking

    World Car Group Ranking. The top 25 in the 2017

    World Car Group Ranking at the end of 2017 led by Volkswagen with 10.4 million units ahead of Toyota and Renault-Nissan. American brands are the losers, while Japanese are winners. The best performance, however, was the Chinese Geely, up 35%.

  • Italian Autos Market

    Italy 2017. Citroen shines in a market at best since 2008

    Italian Autos Market up 7.1% in the 2017, despite losing 2% in the last month, hitting the best level since the 2008. Citroen was the fastest growing brand, thanks to the new C3, stable on podium in the second half, while Hybrids push up Toyota.

  • Finnish cars market

    Finland 2017. Toyota shines in a flat market

    Finnish cars market ended the 2017 flat from the previous year and still is one of the few countries yet below the pre-2008 crisis level. Introduction of scrap incentive will boost 2018 volumes. Toyota is market leader ahead of Volkswagen and Skoda.

  • Hungarian Vehicles Market

    Hungary 2017. Sales up 21% sustained by GDP growth

    Hungarian Vehicles Market ends the 2017 with a oustanding +21% over doubling sales in the last five years. Demand is sustained by a spectacular GDP increase and should continues in 2018. Suzuki is leader ahead of Ford and Skoda. Vitara the best seller.

  • Belgium Auto Sales 2017

    Belgium 2017. Renault wins in the rush

    Belgium Auto Sales ended the 2017 with a little +1.2% increase over the previous year. Supported by the government incentive, ended in December, the electric vehicles segment grew up  in the top 10 in the World. Renault won the race in the car passenger's.

  • Portuguese Auto Market 2017

    Portugal 2017. Cars sales up 7.1%, the best since 2008

    Portuguese Auto Market kept momentum in November with sales up 6.7% 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.

  • Spanish Car Market

    Spain 2017. Market up 8%, best in a decade

    Spanish autos market ended the best year in the decade with +6.3% sales in December. The full year results at 1.24 million car passenger's sold kept the momentum with a continue growth in the last 5 years. Renault is market leader.

  • Kazakhstan Vehicles Market

    Kazakhstan November. Auto market kept momentum

    Kazakhstan Vehicles Market up 20% in November keeping the impressive speed started in July and projecting the full year finally up, following three years of decline. Toyota is market leader while the new brand Ravon grew up in third place.

  • Oman Auto market

    Oman November. Fear for VAT introduction pulled up demand

    Oman Auto market scored a surprisingly and amazing November with sales up 40% and partially recovering the annual lost, while performing as best market inside the GCC area. Economic data, price increase and higher fuel price promise a harsh 2018.

  • Chinese Auto Market

    China November. Geely & Baojun shining.

    Chinese Auto Market has lost 3% in November due to the low demand for the commercial vehicles while car passenger's segment kept growing pushed up by demand for SUVs and new Electric Vehicles. Geely landed in third place.

  • Lebanese Cars Market

    Lebanon November. LCVs support market growth

    Lebanese Cars Market kept in November the positive speed, albeit the country is again inside a full of risks politic crisis, after Prime Minister Hariri resignation. The market is dominated by Koreans Kia and Hyundai and by Toyota.

  • Bahrain Auto Sales

    Bahrain November. Fleet sales pushed market up

    Bahrain Auto Sales were positive in November marginally reducing the annual gap cumulate so far with year to date figures down 24%. Vehicles demand in the last month was sustained by fleet sales with companies acting to anticipate the VAT introduction.

  • Thailand best selling cars

    Thailand best selling cars ranking in 2017

    Thailand best selling cars ranking in the first eleven 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.

  • Philippines Vehicles Market 2017

    Philippines November. All time record already done

    Philippines Vehicles Market in November kept he momentum fueled by the economic activity expansion and running towards the half million sales milestone. Government anticipated the release of new duties on the sector and 2018 optimistic forecast could be revised.

  • Mazda Global Performance

    Mazda global performance 2017 up 2%

    Mazda Global Performance in the first eleven 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. The 2017 was flat at global level

    Audi Global Performance in the first eleven months of the 2017 was flat from the previous year. Sales are falling in many regions, starting from the GCC, the CIS and Africa (excluding the Magreb). The top model has been the A3.

  • bmw global performance

    BMW global sales in 2017 pushed the brakes

    BMW Global Performance in the first eleven 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 X1 is the new best seller.

  • renault global performance

    Renault Global Sales 2017 up in double-digit

    Renault Global Performance in the first eleven months of the 2017 is still outstanding with over 2.4 million sales, up 10.7%. 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.

  • Kia Global Performance.

    Kia Global Performance. 2017 has been widely negative

    Kia Global Performance year to date November 2017 is really negative losing 7.1% 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.

  • honda

    Honda Global Sales. Rank fifth overtaking Hyundai

    Honda Global Performance kept momentum in the 2017 with year to date November sales up 8.5% and overtaking Hyundai in the global ranking, landing in 5th place. Performance is driven by growth in Asia and by the all time record volume hit by the Civic.

  • Hyundai Global Performance

    Hyundai Global Performance. 2017 sales dropped 7.7%

    Hyundai Global Sales fell in double-digit after the first eleven 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.

  • France best selling cars

    France best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    France best selling cars ranking updated at November 2017 has a new model in the podium thanks to the C3 success. The last generation of the Peugeot 3008 jumped in fourth place, up 12 spots, while the Renault Scenic is back within the Top 10.

  • Ugandan vehicles market

    Uganda November. New vehicles market down again

    Ugandan vehicles market is further losing terrain during the 2017, albeit improved economic and business conditions. The absence of legislation to limit the import of very old used vehicles stops any stable new vehicles market development opportunity.

  • Moldavian Vehicles Market

    Moldova November. Dacia leader in a +26% market

    Moldavian Vehicles Market has been quite positive during the entire year and is running to end the 2017 with a 26.8% increase from the previous year, with the best score in the last decade. Market leader is Dacia, ahead of Hyundai.

  • Bosnian vehicles market

    Bosnia November. Ford is the 2017 star

    Bosnian vehicles market kept the recovering during the entire 2017 projecting the year over 10.500 units. The industry is fueled by positive economic trend. Volkswagen fights with Skoda for the leadership, but the star of the year is Ford, up 287%.

  • Europe best selling cars

    Europe best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Europe best selling cars ranking after eleven 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 7th place, up 12 spots.

  • Malaysian Vehicles Market

    Malaysia November. Honda and BMW shine

    Malaysian Vehicles Market was flat in November keeping a marginal gain on annual basis. Albeit positive data from the economic indicators. Nissan, Mazda and Ford are heavy losing this year, while Honda and BMW are gaining over 20%

  • Ford Global Performance

    Ford November. Global Sales in 2017 are disappointing

    Ford global sales performance year to date November 2017 has been disappointing losing over 0.9% with 5.6 million vehicles, dragged down by low sales in China and despite the best-seller F-Series will sell over 1 million units

  • Volkswagen November. Global performance above the industry

    In the first eleven 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.

  • Bulgarian vehicles sales

    Bulgaria November. Vehicles demand still strong

    Bulgarian vehicles sales is ending an almost positive 2017 and November confirmed the trend reporting sales up 27.7%. Dacia is market leader but Koreans are gaining spaces, with Kia third and protagonist of a great year, with sales up 133%.

  • Colombian Auto Market

    Colombia November. Sales down 5%

    Colombian Auto Market in November has lost 5.7% keeping the moderately negative trend, still under the negative effect of the recent 3 points hike in the Value Added Tax. Chevrolet and Renault on top with a wide margin over all others.

  • Thailand vehicles market 2017

    Thailand November. Sales up 20%

    Thailand vehicles market kept momentum in November with sales up 20% keeping the almost positive pace and sustained by local economy which defied expectations and picked up steam in last quarters. Full year sales projected above 850.000.

  • Canada best selling cars

    Canada best selling cars 2017. The top 100

    Canada best selling cars ranking updated at the end of November 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%

  • Portugal Best Selling Cars

    Portugal Best Selling Cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Portugal Best Selling Cars after the first eleven months of the 2017 with the strong leadership of Renault Clio untouched. The last generation of Nissan Qashqai and Citroen C3 have escalated the ranking landing respectively in fifth and seventh places.

  • 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 eleven months of the 2017 has a clear leader, the Volkswagen Polo, while Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger fight for second place and leadership among pick ups. Last generation of Toyota Fortuner in top 10.

  • Slovenian Autos Market

    Slovenia November. Renault +84% in a market up 17%

    Slovenian Autos Market in November kept momentum with sales up 17% and the annual figures up in double-digit. Renault, second year to date, kept roaring improving 84%, but is to far from the leadership to keep it before year-end.

  • Chilean Vehicles Market 2017

    Chile November. Volkswagen shines in a market up 20%

    Chilean Vehicles Market kept the pace in November improving sales 20%. Hyundai has taken leadership over Chevrolet and Kia on top of the brands ranking but the fastest increase last month was reported by the Volkswagen, up 124%.

  • Porsche Global Sales Performance

    Porsche. 2017 global sales moderately up

    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.

  • Jaguar

    Jaguar. Global 2017 performance is a new record

    Jaguar Global performance in the 2017 has been shining improving  a huge 28% from the record level hit in the previous year. Sales are driven by the outstanding performance in Asia and North America. The best-selling model is the F-Pace.

  • Citroen Global Performance

    Citroen. 2017 global sales down 7.4%

    Citroen Global Performance in the 2017 is again very negative with sales felt 7.4% year to date September, 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.

  • Turkey best selling cars

    Turkey best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Turkey best selling cars ranking after the first eleven 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.

  • Swaziland Vehicles

    Swaziland Vehicles Industry. New market study release

    Swaziland Vehicles Market is struggling hit by the fall of mineral prices, decline in the tourism and transport sectors. The new vehicles market is still really small as 95% of vehicles circulating in the country are used and imported from South Africa.

  • Zimbabwe Vehicles

    Zimbabwe Vehicles Industry. New market study release

    Zimbabwe Vehicles Market is struggling hit by the fall of mineral prices, infrastructure and regulatory deficiencies and has lost the half of new vehicles volume in the last two years, as demand shifted back on used cars, imported mainly from South Africa.

  • mexico-best-selling-cars

    Mexico best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

    Mexico best selling cars ranking after the first ten months of the 2017 with the Nissan Versa leader again followed by the Nissan Pick up and the Chevrolet Spark. The Kia Rio advanced in 9th place, first time in top 10 for a Kia model.

  • Best Selling Electric Vehicle

    World Best Selling Electric Vehicle. Baic EC 180 on top

    Best Selling Electric Vehicle ranking in the 2017 led by the Baic EC 180, available only in China, able to take the leadership over the previous year winner, the Tesla Model S. The introduction of new models, with more performing batteries, are changing the rank.

  • Croatian Auto market

    Croatia October. Volkswagen shines in a strong market

    Croatian Auto market is booming fueled by buoyant private consumption. Following the already strong first three-quarters, in October sales improved 27.4% projecting the entire year above the 62.000 light vehicles sold. Volkswagen is market leader.

  • electric car

    Electric Car sales by country

    Electric Car Sales in the 2017 record first time over 1 million units. Indeed 1.1 million EVs are going to be sold worldwide, the 1.2% of total. China represents exactly the half of global sales while Norway gained the 4th place.

  • EV cars sales ranking by Brand

    EVs cars sales ranking by Brand

    EV cars sales ranking by Brand in the 2017 was again led by the Chinese BYD, the first brand hitting the 100.000 units in a year (in 2016) while Tesla is second for few thousand units. Toyota in 4th is the fastest growing while Renault is not in Top 10.

  • Skoda Logo

    Skoda. Kodjaq launch pushed 2017 sales up

    Skoda Global Performance in the 2017 is quite positive as the launch of the SUV Kodjaq has balanced sales lost by the top model Octavia. At regional level the brand is expanding the presence in new markets, like Latin America while growing 6% in Europe.

  • Opel

    Opel Global sales 2017 down 4.4%

    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 need a robust re-focusing to find back profitability, after 30 years of lost. The best selling model is the Corsa.

  • World Best Selling Pick up

    World Best Selling Pick-up. The top in the 2017

    World Best Selling Pick Up ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 led by a record Ford F-Series, projected clearly over the 1 million units in the year. The segment is growing 2.9% while global light commercial vehicles market is declining 0.8%.

  • World Best Selling MPV

    World Best Selling MPV. The top in the 2017

    World Best Selling MPV after the first nine months of the year is the Chinese Wuling HOngguang with a wide gap over all others model. The segment is declining 3.9% with global sales at 5.2 million. In top 10 there are not European producers.

DAILY REPORTS on 140 Markets and 40 Brands

  • Syrian Auto Sales

    Syrian Auto Sales kept falling in the 2017 with the majority of car manufacturers having given up in the vehicles distributions leaving the market at the Koreans, basically the only still active in the market. Actual market is 90% down from 2011.

  • France Auto Sales 2017

    France Auto Sales in the 2017 at the best since the 2008 not far from the all time record, pushed up by consumer confidence and rebound in annual fixed investment and industrial production. Hybrid solution gave to Toyota a clear competitive advantage.

  • Canada Auto

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  • Denmark Auto

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  • Emirates Automotive Market

    Emirates Automotive Market in 2017 has lost 11.3% reducing the annual lost in the Q4 when consumers have anticipated purchases, before VAT 5% introduction in January. Perspectives for the 2018 are still negative despite the strong growth of non-oil sector.

  • Jordanian Auto Sales

    Jordanian Auto Sales ended the 2017 with a little 0.8% progress over the previous year thanks to the strong acceleration reported in the Q4. Three brands holds 70% of market share. HOwever while Kia in second boosted 30%, Toyota in third heavily lost.

  • russia auto

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  • India Automotive 

    India Automotive Report 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.

  • Yemeni Cars Market

    Yemeni Cars Market recovered in the 2017, when Toyota has registered a bulk of vehicles, with the effect to end the year up 30.2% from the previous year. However the civil war has continued to intensify after reaching the 1000-day mark.

  • Ukrainian Cars market

    Ukrainian Cars market in the 2017 consolidated the recovery with an impressive growth performance albeit economic recovery has gradually lost steam. Renault improved 59% consolidating the leadership ahead of Toyota and Volkswagen.

  • Luxembourg vehicle Market

    Luxembourg vehicles Market in the 2017 was almost positive fueled by still solid GDP growth, record high consumer confidence and five-year low unemployment. Volkswagen further gained market share while Audi outpaced Mercedes.

  • Estonian Cars Market

    Estonian Cars Market in the 2017 kept momentum with a double-digit performance, pulled ahead by a solid economic growth and high private consumption. Toyota confirmed the leadership in the market for the third year in a row, ahead of Skoda.

  • Saudi Arabia Auto Market

    Saudi Arabia Auto Market in 2017 fell 23% hit by first recession since 1999, due to reduced oil output in compliance with OPEC’s agreement and reduced government support. This albeit December was pushed up by sales anticipating VAT introduction.

  • Germany Auto

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  • Netherlands Auto

    Netherlands Automotive Report 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.

  • Sweden Auto

    Sweden Automotive Report 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.

  • Mexico Vehicles Market 2017

    Mexico Vehicles Market 2017 have lost 1% having shifted in negative territory since July. Top Brands are losing terrain while recently landed have taken space, with Kia, Hyundai, Suzuki and Mercedes as the fastest growing. 2018 Outlook is negative.

  • Turkish Vehicles Sales 2017

    Turkish Vehicles Sales fell 2.8% in the 2017 due to the Q4 brake missing again the milestone of 1 million units. Renault dominates the ranking both as single brand and group, posting the Megane as second best selling model. Honda, up 28.9%, the fastest growing brand

  • Taiwanese Vehicles Sales

    Taiwanese Vehicles Sales in 2017 hit the second all time record in a row, while with a narrow gain from the previous year. The consumer demand is still strong and sustained by rolling economy. Toyota is market leader with 25% share and the top 3 models.

  • New Zealand vehicles sales

    New Zealand vehicles sales in 2017 hit the new record, the 5th in a row, substantially improving from the previous year and reporting a gain of 65% in 5 years. While Japanese' brand led the market, Volkswagen, Peugeot, Renault, Skoda fast growing.

  • Irish cars market

    Irish cars market fell down 10.4% in the 2017 with consumer confidence hit by EC focus on reducing the fiscal impact of internet company based in the country and government is negotiating for BREXIT effects. While losing 10% Volkswagen was market leader.

  • Pakistani Vehicles Sales

    Pakistani Vehicles Sales boomed in the 2017 increasing over 18% and hitting the new all time record. Suzuki dominates the market with over 50% of market share, but Honda was the fastest growing brand, after launching the new BR-V.

  • Japan Auto Market 2017

    Japan Auto Market ended the 2017 with 5.25 million vehicles sold, up 5.3% supported by the economic growth momentum, Toyota was stable over 30% of market share, ahead of Honda. Importers are growing and Renault was the fastest growing in the year.

  • Korean Vehicles Market 2017

    Korean Vehicles Market in the 2017 slipped 1.7%, due to a slow first half, scoring the third performance all-time. Propelled by booming economy, the 2018 outlook is quite positive. Importers share at 13.1%, with Mercedes and BMW fighting for leadership.

  • Canada Auto Sales 2017

    Canada Auto Sales hit in the 2017 the milestone of 2 million light vehicles, hitting the fifth new all time record in a string. Honda consolidates the third place ahead of a shining Chevrolet and behind Ford and Toyota.

  • Germany Vehicles Sales

    Germany Vehicles Sales in 2017 at the highest level in this decade near 3.5 million. Volkswagen and Audi has lost terrain while Dacia, Suzuki and Peugeot have been the stars of the year. Even Alfa Romeo scored positively (after years of falls) in 30th place.

  • Russian Auto Sales 2017

    Russian Auto Sales was up 11.9% in the 2017, a little recovery standing near the half from the market record in the 2012. Despite having bottomed out from the recession, the market struggle to find propellent for growth. Koreans and Autovaz dominate.

  • Indian Vehicles Market 2017

    Indian Vehicles Market hit in 2017 the third all time record in a row, with over 3.3 million cars sold. Favorite by the new automotive policy, Maruti ended near 50% of market share while all Premium brands are gaining terrain, albeit new luxury tax effect.

  • USA best selling cars

    USA best selling Cars in the 2017 dominated for the 42nd year by the amazing Ford F-Series. Hitting the American record for a single model in a single year, the popular pick up jumped over 1 million global sales, fourth model in the history.

  • Brazil best selling cars

    Brazil best selling cars in the 2017 again dominated by the Chevrolet Onix followed by a growing Ford Ka. Raising stars are the Renault Sandero and the Fiat Toro, new entrance in the Top 10. However the star of the year was the new Jeep Compass, landed in 11th.

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Sweden Automotive Report 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.

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Japan 2017. Vehicles sales up 5%. Renault the fastest growing

Japan Auto Market ended the 2017 with 5.25 million vehicles sold, up 5.3% supported by the economic growth momentum, Toyota was stable over 30% of market share, ahead of Honda. Importers are growing and Renault was the fastest growing in the year.

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Saudi Arabia 2017. Auto market at lowest level in this decade

Saudi Arabia Auto Market in 2017 fell 23% hit by first recession since 1999, due to reduced oil output in compliance with OPEC’s agreement and reduced government support. This albeit December was pushed up by sales anticipating VAT introduction.

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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 2017. Albeit December rush, annual sales declined 11%

Emirates Automotive Market in 2017 has lost 11.3% reducing the annual lost in the Q4 when consumers have anticipated purchases, before VAT 5% introduction in January. Perspectives for the 2018 are still negative despite the strong growth of non-oil sector.

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Denmark 2017. Suzuki the star of the year in a flat market

Danish Auto Sales in the 2017 have been flat from the previous year record missing the new limit by few thousand units, when the Danish economy logged its worst performance since 2011 Volkswagen leader with 13% of share while Suzuki was the star of the year.

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Denmark Car Market Insights 2010 -2025

Denmark Car Market Insights 2010 -2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.

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India 2017. Car sales hit the third record in a row

Indian Vehicles Market hit in 2017 the third all time record in a row, with over 3.3 million cars sold. Favorite by the new automotive policy, Maruti ended near 50% of market share while all Premium brands are gaining terrain, albeit new luxury tax effect.

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Norway 2017. Tesla up 143% in a market again at all time record

Norwegian Auto Market hit in the 2017 the 5th all time record in a row, keeping the fast process to renovate vehicles with traditional combustion with AFVs, actually at 50% of the mix. The leader, Volkswagen, struggles while Tesla and Volvo are the 2017 winners.

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Philippines November. All time record already done

Philippines Vehicles Market in November kept he momentum fueled by the economic activity expansion and running towards the half million sales milestone. Government anticipated the release of new duties on the sector and 2018 optimistic forecast could be revised.

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India 2017. Car sales hit the third record in a row

Indian Vehicles Market hit in 2017 the third all time record in a row, with over 3.3 million cars sold. Favorite by the new automotive policy, Maruti ended near 50% of market share while all Premium brands are gaining terrain, albeit new luxury tax effect.