Suzuki 2017. Global sales up in double-digit

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Suzuki Global Performance in the 2017 is very positive with year to date August up 12.2% and improving in regions were the brand is relatively weak, like Levant and Europe. However core Asian region was is up in double-digit. The Alto is the best seller.

Following the stable performance scored in the period 2010-2016, during the first eight months of the 2017 Suzuki-Maruti has boosted sales, up 12.2%, with 2.07 million units.

At regional level, sales are improving in the regions where the brand is weaker improving their geographical mix. So, sales in the Levant are up 28.4%, in East Europe 23.7%, in the European Community 21.3% and in Africa +21.0%.

At model wise, the best model was the Maruti Alto with 174.000 sales (+7.5%) followed by the Maruti Dzire with 126.000 (-5.3%) and the Maruti Swift with 118.000 (+10.1%).

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In the period 2010-2016 Suzuki (including Maruti) has scored a positive while not remarkable performance at global sales, growing from 2.62 million sales in the 2010 to 2.83 million in the 2016, performing a Compound annual growth rate (C.A.G.R) of 1.3%, while the industry CAGR in the period was +4.6%.

In this period, Suzuki has lost 6  steps within the Global Car Brands Ranking landing in the 18th place while Maruti stands in 19th..

Sales split at regional level confirmed in the 2016 the supremacy of the Asia region counting the 87.8% of total sales (it was 86.1% in the 2010).

Sales in Europe count 7.6% (from 7.5%), while after the decision to quite from USA and Canada,  American sales represent the 3.0% (from 3.9%).

In our report we figure out this brand’s sales data in 120 different countries, with forecast up to the 2022.

On top of all, in the 2016 there was India with 49.2% of global sales share (from 41.5% in the 2010), ahead of Japan with 22.0% (from 23.6%), China with 5.6% (from 12.3%), Pakistan with 3.8% and Indonesia with 3.3%.

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Rank 2017 Regional sales Q1 Q2 Jul 17 Aug 17 YTD Aug 17 Var YTD 2017
6 Levant 4.770 4.269 1.385 1.813 12.237 28,4%
11 Europe East 641 1.068 523 510 2.742 23,7%
2 UE 65.381 62.656 19.008 16.389 163.435 21,3%
7 Africa 2.730 2.665 1.103 1.319 7.817 21,0%
3 Asean 36.459 40.942 14.523 14.600 106.523 13,1%
1 Asia 653.228 584.662 227.136 228.443 1.693.468 11,8%
4 LatAm 20.530 21.174 7.224 8.438 57.366 10,8%
5 Pacific 7.069 6.695 2.064 2.895 18.723 10,6%
8 CIS 1.642 1.850 625 676 4.793 -0,4%
10 GCC 1.583 1.069 531 401 3.584 -32,5%
9 Africa North 1.810 1.839 526 348 4.524 -51,1%
Total 795.843 728.890 274.647 275.832 2.075.212 12,2%

Ran 2017 Rank 2016 Models Sales 2017 Sales Aug Var 2017 Var Aug
1 1 Maruti Alto 174.795 22.184 7,5% 2,8%
2 2 Maruti Dzire 126.491 30.934 -5,3% 96,2%
3 4 Maruti Swift 118.993 12.631 10,1% -3,0%
4 3 Maruti Wagon R 113.285 13.907 1,3% -4,6%
5 8 Maruti Baleno 112.119 17.190 72,1% 98,2%
6 7 Suzuki Swift 98.476 9.369 2,5% -7,8%
7 6 Suzuki Carry 96.968 9.782 2,6% 0,1%
8 5 Suzuki Vitara 93.175 10.290 -5,5% 2,7%
9 9 Suzuki WagonR 90.323 9.830 32,1% 10,6%
10 12 Maruti Vitara 89.995 14.396 91,3% 50,7%

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