Jordanian Auto Sales in the first quarter 2017 kept the negative pace losing again in double-digit after the already disappointing 2016. Austerity measures required by the current economic situation leave the outlook negative.
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.
World Best Selling Car ranking in the first quarter 2017 reports the global success of SUVs models with Honda CR-V, Toyota Rav4 and Volkswagen Tiguan escalating positions on top. The Ford F-Series outpaced the VW Golf in second.
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.
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.
USA best selling Cars ranking updated at April 2017 reports an amazing Ford F-Series trend with sales up 7% projecting the vehicles over 1 million sales in the World. Nissan Rogue and Honda CR-V are he raising stars.
Mexico best selling cars after the first three months of the 2017 with the Nissan Versa leader again followed by the Nissan Pick up and the Chevrolet Aveo. Ford Figo advanced in 11th place and all Kia models are up.
World Cars Brand Ranking in the first quarter 2017 shows the outstanding growth of Renault up a huge 17.3% in 9th place. Koreans are struggling with Hyundai down 3% and Kia falling 15.9%. Honda advanced in 5th.