Renault. 2017 global sales up in double-digit

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Renault Global Performance in the first eight 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 46%, mainly thanks the boom in India. The Captur is the second top model, after the Clio.

Renault is one of the fastest growing brands in the automotive world and following the amaing 2010-2016 period when sales improved with a Compound annual growth rate (C.A.G.R) of 13.8% (vs 4.6% of the industry), in the 2017 the momentum is still ongoing with 1.7 million sales in the first eight months (data do not include Dacia and Renault Samsung), up 11.1%.

The growth is extended across all regions a part the GCC (down a severe 29.7%) and Magreb (down 13.1%, but gaining share significantly). It is really impressive the growth in Asia (including China, India, Japan), +46.8%, thanks to the boom in India.

At model-wise, the best-selling model is again the Clio with 267.000 sales (-0.8%) followed by the Captur with 163.000 (+8.2%) and the Sandero with 155.000 (+52.5%).

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In our exclusive study we report sales, year by year, for each region. So it is detailed the sales variations behind the fact that the top region actually is Europe with 67.0% of global sales in the 2016 (it was 71.4% in the 2010) while Asian is taking space at 13.2% (vs 5.5% in the 2010) and America is losing at 14.7% in the 2016 (vs 17.9% in 2010) after raising at 22.3% in the 2013. The fall of Brazilian market is responsible for this.

France still is the top market albeit its weight declined from 30.7% in the 2010 to 22.4% in the 2016. Among the top 10 markets, seventh are European. Iran recovered the 10th place last year!

In the study all models sales are analyzed from 2010 to 2016.

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Rank 2017 Regional sales Q1 Q2 Jul 17 Aug 17 YTD Aug 17 Var YTD 2017
3 Asia 108.727 77.887 30.624 28.764 246.001 46,8%
11 Asean 370 614 140 222 1.346 41,0%
8 Levant 4.397 2.970 1.043 1.184 9.594 20,5%
4 CIS 32.436 40.840 12.471 12.335 98.083 17,9%
7 Africa 7.544 7.673 3.198 2.950 21.366 17,2%
2 LatAm 86.742 95.949 32.804 38.391 253.885 13,5%
10 Pacific 2.890 3.002 867 1.045 7.804 12,6%
1 UE 360.684 404.687 95.854 74.069 935.293 5,5%
5 Europe East 21.989 34.746 11.918 10.157 78.809 5,2%
6 Africa North 16.875 19.929 5.416 4.500 46.720 -13,1%
9 GCC 2.991 3.205 1.422 1.139 8.757 -29,7%
Total 645.645 691.502 195.757 174.755 1.707.659 11,1%

Ran 2017 Rank 2016 Models Sales 2017 Sales Aug Var 2017 Var Aug
1 1 Renault Clio 267.268 21.014 -0,8% -7,5%
2 2 Renault Captur 163.937 13.384 8,2% -5,4%
3 3 Renault Sandero 155.033 18.196 52,5% 5,7%
4 4 Renault Mégane 133.564 11.537 41,1% 37,7%
5 5 Renault Kadjar 98.778 7.544 -4,6% -13,8%
6 6 Renault Duster 87.618 11.329 -11,4% -6,9%
7 7 Renault Kangoo 81.733 7.517 -1,5% -22,5%
8 8 Renault Kwid 70.873 11.550 2,8% 7,0%
9 11 Renault Scénic 66.524 5.177 11,9% 1,3%
10 12 Renault Master 63.721 5.935 17,0% -5,4%

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