Italian best selling cars after seven months of the 2017 dominated by the Fiat Panda with a wide gap over the Lancia Ypsilon and the Fiat Tipo. The Volkswagen Golf lost nine spots, falling over the top 10, first time in decades.
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.
Italian Automotive Industry was the twelve largest globally in the 2015 and the fifth in Europe. However, the impressive growing trend reported during the first part of 2016 is projecting it back within the top 10.
Italy cars sales in May 2016 boomed at the best since 2009 despite slow economy momentum. We cry the lost of a friend, Andrea Fiaschetti, Managing Director of Mazda in Italy hit by a heart attack at 47. Ciao Andrea!
Italian vehicles sales in April kept the momentum with the 22nd winning month in a row, fueled by low-interest rate and need to renovate a really aged circulating park. Volkswagen outpaced Ford in second place.
Italian market boomed in February posting the best Y.o.Y. increase out of the last seven years fueled by private consumer's demand. Fiat in great shape and back over 22% of share driven by new Tipo. Jaguar the fastest.
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Italy best selling cars ranking in 2015 reported with Fiat Panda leader again as in the last 9 years. The Volkswagen Golf advanced in 5th place as best imported vehicles while the new Fiat 500X arrived in 10th place.
Italian Auto Sales up 15% in the 2015 following 19th months of consecutive growth. Fiat defended the over 20% market share ahead of Volkswagen and Ford, while Jeep was the star of the year, not only thanks to Renegade.
Italy cars registrations boomed 24% in November thanks to the absence of any attention on it by the politics "caste". In a shy economic environment, the Automotive industry is pushing up the country GDP.
Italian new cars sales up 8% in October. Fiat up, Volkswagen down leaving the impression that Italians consumers had been more sensitive to the emission scandal than all others. New fiscal budget should push up the 2016 market.