Uruguayan Vehicles Market roared in the first four months of the 2017 exceeding observers expectations. fueled by rising consumer confidence and economic recovery. Chevrolet jumped in first place while Suzuki is struggling.
Uruguay Vehicles Market in 2016 started finally in positive tone following the sharp decline reported during last year. Chevrolet recovered the market leadership lost last year for the strong Suzuki improvement.
Uruguay new cars market fell in double digit during the Q3 2015 hit by negative economic outlook. Suzuki kept growing creating a wide gap over the followers while Chevrolet is losing terrain. Volkswagen was second.
Uruguay Vehicles Sales dropped 17% in May keeping the harsh moemntum started in the second half last year. However, Suzuki kept the impressive speed with cumulative sales almost doubled. Volkswagen was second ahea of Chevy.
Uruguay Light Vehicle Sales fell again in Q1 2015. Suzuki jumped on top of the market breaking the traditional Chevrolet dominion gaining over 15% from last year. General Motors is falling down and was out of Top Groups podium.
Suzuki takes the lead of Car Passengers in Uruguay in November following an amazing run across all the year outpacing Chevrolet. The month fell over 29 percent as a strike in the government office has disrupted data and statistics reporting.
China car market rose 9% in April 2014 posting the 14th consecutive year on year increase. The market is pushed up by anticipated sales in metropolitan areas as many new cities are expected to introduce car ownership restrictions.
September 2013 preliminary global automotive sales rose 7.2% from last year at 7.1 million units and projecting the whole 2013 figure at 82.5 million, up 3%. September Top 50 Global Car Brands ranking reported strong performance for Opel, Byd, Volvo and Land Rover.
In January 2013 the global automotive market was really strong due to a unique seasonality of the Chinese market. Among the World's Top 25 Car Brands Volkswagen in 2nd place reduced the gap from the leader, Toyota, while Nissan surged in 4th and all Chinese' advanced.