Belarussian car market started the 2017 in a very disappointing note reporting in the first quarter the deepest fall out of last 10 years. Renault-Nissan group dominates with over 50 percent of market share and keeps gaining.
Bahrain Auto Sales approached the 2017 keeping the negative momentum and scoring a very disappointing first quarter, losing 25.8%. Outlook for the rest of the year is negative, as government is called to limit budget deficit.
Turkish Vehicles Sales has lost in double-digit in April keeping the negative momentum that's follow the last year record. Launching the new Megane Sedan, Renault took the leadership ahead of Volkswagen and Fiat.
Indonesian Vehicles Sales surprised in the first quarter of the 2017 performing over observers expectations, although economic environment remained disappointing. Toyota hit the new share record with 38.2% of quota.
Taiwan Best Selling Cars 2016 dominated by products locally made, with three Toyota in the podium. The leader was the Toyota Corolla, the Queen of this market since the origin. The Taiwanese market is a strong reality.
Tunisian Vehicles Sales has marginally lost volumes in the first quarter 2017 albeit March was up in double-digit. Renault kept the leadership ahead of Volkswagen and Citroen. Isuzu D-Max is the best-selling model.
Japan Auto Market is fast growing fueled by strong demand, record low unemployment levels and boosted consumer confidence. After four months the 2017 picture is projecting one of the best-selling year in the history.
Moroccan Cars Market in the first quarter of 2017 kept momentum running at record level again. Renault Group dominates with 41 percent of share with Dacia market leader. The automotive industry is fast growing while GDP is slow.
Taiwanese Vehicles Sales in the first four months of the 2017 have been flat at the level of the 2016 record. The leader, Toyota, has lost share while all immediate followers reported are gaining and Mercedes is shining.
Egyptian Vehicle Market in the first quarter 2017 further increased the losing speed from the previous year hit by inflation and falling consumer's purchasing power. All top players are losing heavy, starting from Chevrolet.
Korean Vehicles Market in April has lost 1.7% confirming the negative trend shown in the Q1. Next month outlook is negative while export to China almost halving in March. Still strong demand on Mercedes and BMW.
Israel best selling cars in the first quarter 2017 with the new Hyundai Ioniq up in 11th place, best place ever worldwide, thanks to the green policy in place in the country. Tp positions on top are unchanged from 2016.
Swedish Auto Market in April has broken the momentum and the record Q1 was followed by a sharp -9% with almost all brands losing, but Mercedes and Kia. The new Volvo S/V90 has taken the leadership with a solid advantage.
Turkmenistan automotive industry is still one of the smaller worldwide despite the 5 million people living in the country. In the 2016 the country suffered for low oil price and from political poor relations with Russia and others CIS.
World Car Group Ranking in the first quarter of 2017 shaken by the astonishing growth of Renault-Nissan, actually third with a double-digit pace, but potentially at pair with Toyota and Volkswagen when aggregating Mitsubishi data.
Australia Best selling cars in the first quarter of the 2016 was again the Toyota Hilux, confirming the great score reported last year, when emerged on top during the Q4. Honda Civic and Mazda CX-9 are emerging.
Indonesia best selling cars 2016 with the dominator, the Toyota Avanza, over doubling the second, albeit losing volumes. New models are growing starting from the Toyota Calya, Honda HR-V and Honda BR-V.
World Best Selling Compact Cars segment starts the year losing 1.5% of volume. The launch of the European models boosted the Honda Civic sales and the compact Japanese jumped in the third step of the podium.
Ivory Coast Autos sales in 2016 posted the new all time record still fueled by one of best economy in the entire Africa. Vehicles market is now close to the 10.000 units milestone with an almost positive outlook.