UAE September. Q3 in fast recovery

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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.

October 19, 2017

Uruguay September. Chevrolet is on VW shoulders

Uruguayan Vehicles Market roared again in the Q3 after the impressive +40% scored in the first half, fueled by rising consumer confidence and economic recovery. Volkswagen still leader but Chevrolet doubled sales and is behind for peanuts.

October 18, 2017

South Korea September. Sales up 20% pushed by Hyundai and Kia

Korean Vehicles Market up 20.3% in September ending the positive Q3 totally recovering the sales gap over the previous year. Hyundai and Kia have driven the recovery with huge year on year increase while Chevrolet was almost negative.

October 18, 2017

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.

October 17, 2017

Czech Republic September. Sales moderately down

Czech Republic Autos sales decelerated in the Q3 gearing up for elections scheduled in late October. September sales fell 2.8% while the year is still running to set up a new all time record. Skoda launched the second SUV, the Karoq.

October 17, 2017

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.

October 17, 2017

Turkey September. Volkswagen jumps on top in a +5.6% market

Turkish Vehicles Sales in September up 5.6% reducing the annual gap at only 0.7% while data from economic front are almost positive. In the last month, Renault was behind Volkswagen (in recovery after a slow start) and Fiat. The Fiat Aegea is the best-selling car

October 16, 2017

Germany September. Polls froze demand

Germany Vehicles Sales in the Q3 kept the moderately positive speed albeit Volkswagen fell again in double-digit. Mercedes scored new outstanding months further consolidating its second place ahead of Audi and BMW. Renault is fast growing.

October 16, 2017

Japan September. Private demand pulls sales up 9%

Japan Auto Market was positive in the Q3 albeit with a slower speed than in the H1. September sales at 519.480 were up 9% with Toyota again in difficulties, ending the Q3 down 14%. Nissan and Subaru shining while Mercedes is the importers leader.

October 16, 2017

Denmark September. Sales fell 22.3% losing all gap over last year

Danish Auto Sales in Q3 kept the negative trajectory with all months declining and with a record lost in September, down 22.3%, losing all the gap gained over the previous year. Volkswagen is leading with an impressive speed, with Peugeot 208 as best seller.

October 15, 2017

Argentina September. Sales up 13.2%. Mercedes shining

Argentina Auto Sales kept momentum in Q3 running with a plus 30% speed and projecting the year over 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. 

October 14, 2017

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%.

October 14, 2017

Pakistan September. Booming economy pulls sales at record

Pakistani Vehicles Sales ended the Q3 with a +14% in September keeping the outstanding growing pace 15% above the previous year all time record. Honda is booming after the BR-V launch, but Suzuki still dominates quite share over 51%.

October 13, 2017

New Zealand September. Q3 decelerated the growth speed

New Zealand vehicles sales in the Q3 decelerated following the amazing Q2 speed and the record first half. The market is running in double-digit towards the new all time record, the fourth in a series, pushed by high consumer confidence and low unemployment rate.

October 13, 2017

Canada September. Sales up 8% on track to the new record

Canada Auto Sales in September has taken the pace, up 8% and following the record first half is remaining on track to beat the 2 million annual sales target. Honda consolidates the third place with a shining selling start behind Ford and Toyota.

October 12, 2017

USA September. Auto sales up 6% albeit Hurricanes

USA Vehicles Sales recovery in September despite the adverse effects of Hurricanes and grew 6% reducing the annual lost at a mere 1.8%. Toyota is gaining terrain compared with the archrivals Ford and Chevrolet, while Honda has overtaken Nissan

October 12, 2017

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.

October 12, 2017

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.

October 11, 2017

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