Renault Global Sales 2017 up in double-digit

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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.

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 nine months (including Renault Samsung), up 11.4%.

The growth is extended across all regions a part the North Africa (down a severe 18.4%), with impressive performance in the GCC (+48.6%) and in Asia (including China, India, Japan), +33.3%, thanks to the boom in India.

At model-wise, the best-selling model is again the Clio with 301.000 sales (-0.2%) followed by the Captur with 189.000 (+9.3%) and the Sandero with 172.000 (+45.4%).

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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 Rank 2016 Regional Sales Sales Q1 ’17 Sales Q2 ’17 Sales Q3 ’17 Sales YTD 2017 Variation 2017
8 8 GCC 4.724 7.562 9.161 21.447 48,6%
2 2 Asia 127.873 104.754 120.719 353.346 33,3%
11 11 Asean 370 580 504 1.454 31,5%
4 4 CIS 31.712 40.669 40.486 112.867 20,2%
7 7 Africa 7.546 7.686 9.602 24.835 18,4%
3 3 LatAm 86.742 95.949 112.455 295.146 15,6%
9 9 Levant 4.397 2.943 3.218 10.558 13,7%
10 10 Pacific 2.890 3.002 2.873 8.765 8,3%
5 5 Europe East 21.989 34.746 31.461 88.196 8,0%
1 1 UE 361.378 404.737 296.992 1.063.108 5,2%
6 6 Africa North 16.835 17.408 14.617 48.860 -18,4%
Total 666.456 720.037 642.089 2.028.581 11,4%

Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Top Models Sales Q1 Sales Q2 Sales Q3 Sales 2017 Variation 2017
1 1 Renault Clio 105.293 113.838 82.195 301.326 -0,2%
2 2 Renault Captur 63.732 68.849 56.462 189.043 9,3%
3 3 Renault Sandero 51.965 63.996 56.510 172.471 45,4%
4 5 Renault Mégane 52.267 62.824 44.695 159.786 45,0%
5 4 Renault Kadjar 41.615 40.316 31.816 113.747 -5,6%
6 6 Renault Duster 33.094 32.771 34.828 100.693 -8,6%
7 7 Renault Kwid 28.275 22.417 40.538 91.230 14,6%
8 8 Renault Kangoo 25.374 27.573 24.649 77.597 12,9%
9 10 Renault Scénic 19.786 33.095 22.872 75.752 16,0%
10 11 Renault Logan 19.566 22.836 25.870 68.273 11,6%

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