Jordanian Auto Sales ended the 2017 with a little 0.8% progress over the previous year thanks to the strong acceleration reported in the Q4. Three brands holds 70% of market share. HOwever while Kia in second boosted 30%, Toyota in third heavily lost.
Turkish Vehicles Sales fell 2.8% in the 2017 due to the Q4 brake missing again the milestone of 1 million units. Renault dominates the ranking both as single brand and group, posting the Megane as second best selling model. Honda, up 28.9%, the fastest growing brand
Taiwanese Vehicles Sales in 2017 hit the second all time record in a row, while with a narrow gain from the previous year. The consumer demand is still strong and sustained by rolling economy. Toyota is market leader with 25% share and the top 3 models.
Japan Auto Market ended the 2017 with 5.25 million vehicles sold, up 5.3% supported by the economic growth momentum, Toyota was stable over 30% of market share, ahead of Honda. Importers are growing and Renault was the fastest growing in the year.
Korean Vehicles Market in the 2017 slipped 1.7%, due to a slow first half, scoring the third performance all-time. Propelled by booming economy, the 2018 outlook is quite positive. Importers share at 13.1%, with Mercedes and BMW fighting for leadership.
Indian Vehicles Market hit in 2017 the third all time record in a row, with over 3.3 million cars sold. Favorite by the new automotive policy, Maruti ended near 50% of market share while all Premium brands are gaining terrain, albeit new luxury tax effect.
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Swedish Auto Market hit a new all time record in the 2017, the second in a string, fueled by fast economic growth, solid labor market and the development of a local green vehicles strategy. Volvo outperformed on top of the list, ahead of Volkswagen and Toyota.
USA Vehicles Sales in 2017 mark the first fall since the Great Recession albeit data from US economy continues to show strength. Fueled by the new all time record sales for a single model, hit by the F-Series, Ford kept the market leadership, over Toyota and Chevrolet.
World Car Group Ranking at the end of 2017 led by Volkswagen with 10.4 million units ahead of Toyota and Renault-Nissan. American brands are the losers, while Japanese are winners. The best performance, however, was the Chinese Geely, up 35%.
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Lebanese Cars Market kept in November the positive speed, albeit the country is again inside a full of risks politic crisis, after Prime Minister Hariri resignation. The market is dominated by Koreans Kia and Hyundai and by Toyota.
Bahrain Auto Sales were positive in November marginally reducing the annual gap cumulate so far with year to date figures down 24%. Vehicles demand in the last month was sustained by fleet sales with companies acting to anticipate the VAT introduction.
Swaziland Vehicles Market is struggling hit by the fall of mineral prices, decline in the tourism and transport sectors. The new vehicles market is still really small as 95% of vehicles circulating in the country are used and imported from South Africa.
Zimbabwe Vehicles Market is struggling hit by the fall of mineral prices, infrastructure and regulatory deficiencies and has lost the half of new vehicles volume in the last two years, as demand shifted back on used cars, imported mainly from South Africa.
World Best Selling Pick Up ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 led by a record Ford F-Series, projected clearly over the 1 million units in the year. The segment is growing 2.9% while global light commercial vehicles market is declining 0.8%.
World Best Selling Executive Cars in the first nine months of the 2017 grew 4.1% at 2.4 million units. On top of the list the archrival Mercedes E Class and BMW 5 Series with a wide gap of the Audi A6, penalized by the age of current model.
World Best Selling Mid Size Cars in the first nine months of the 2017 grew 3.5% at 17.6 million units. On top of the list the archrival Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, both just renovated with the launch of the new generation.
World Best Selling Compact Cars segment after nine months of the 2017 achieved 25.9 million vehicles, the 44% of total car passenger's sold in the World. As usual the leader was the Toyota Corolla, over the Volkswagen Golf and, new in the podium, the Honda Civic.