Kia Global Performance in the last years had been slower than the industry mainly due to the lost in 2012 and 2013. A the end of the 2016 the brand ranks as World's eight. In our reserach we have broken down data by regions, countries and models.
Chevrolet Global Performance in the last years has been almost negative losing terrain all over a par in America, where the brand gained in US, Mexico and Canada and has gained leadership in almost all Latin American countries.
Honda Global Performance in last 6 years were among the best, and the harsh 2011, when sales declined 11%, has been forgotten with a prompt recovery and gaining the World's 6th place, overtaking Chevrolet. The 2017 is seen as the best in a decade.
Hyundai Global Sales Performance in the last 6 years had been aligned with the industry confirming the 5th place in the global car brands ranking, having lost the 4th for the negative 2016 score (down 0.5%) in favor of Nissan.
Ford Global Sales Performance in the last 6 years had been above the industry reducing the gap from Volkswagen thanks to a positive performance spread almost in any country, plus booming volumes in China. In the next 5 years VW is under attack.
Opel Global Performance has been negative in the last sixth years with the fail of any ideas to expand distribution outside of Europe, a part some success in Africa. The marriage with PSA is a great deal, for GM.
Lincoln Global Performance improved in the last years mainly thanks to the start of distribution in China and South Korea, obtaining just few success in the development of a more global distribution network. Future is not easy.
SsangYong Global Performance almost doubled from 2010 leveraging on huge performance in the domestic Korean market, while sales in Europe sharply declined. Chile is the third most important country while Iran in the 5th.
Maserati Global Performance improved substantially in the last years thanks to the a balanced growth in all regions, with Asia actually the most relevant ahead of America. The brand is now distributed in all larger luxury markets.
Great Wall Global Sales boosted in the last years with a 2010-2016 CAGR of 21%. However, today the brand is less global than before, having failed the penetration plans almost in all countries outside China.
Alfa Romeo Global Sales had been almost negative losing a CAGR of 6.5% and falling in the 84th place in the Global Car Brands Sales Ranking. The sales distribution is now more concentrated than 6 years ago.
Geely Global Performance is positive but totally depending on the domestic market. International sales has lost terrain all over a part the middle east. Indeed Saudi Arabia and Oman are within the top markets.
Jeep Global Performance has been the best in the World with a CAGR of 38% in 6 years, gaining 19 places in the global ranking and distributing in 107 countries. Brazil counts 4% and Italy 2.8% from nothing just six-year ago.
Chrysler Global Sales collapsed in the 2016 losing 25% in a single year, the harsh performance among the top 75 brands in the World. Despite brand is distributed in 79 countries, it sell just in three. In five-year could pass over.
Audi Global Performance in the last years has been fast but not in line with the two others competitors for luxury segment leadership. However, thanks to a 10% CAGR, Audi has gained six places in the global ranking