Canada Auto Sales in July has taken the pace, up 4.9%, following the record first half and remaining on track to beat the 2 million annual sales target. Honda consolidates the third place with a shining selling start behind Ford and Toyota.
Colombian Auto Market in Q3 is almost stable losing in August those gained in July. On annual basis, the market is still under the negative effect of the recent 3 points hike in the Value Added Tax. In August the Renault Sandero has taken the leadership.
Korean Vehicles Market in Q3 is recovering and both July and August reported positive sales data despite the country is in the eye of the storm amid escalating geopolitical tensions in the Peninsula and the government tries to sustain the economy.
Argentina Auto Sales in the Q3 is keeping the momentum projecting the year over the 0.9 million. The finally positive economic environment and the first effects of the recently launched new National Automotive Plan sustain a positive outlook.
Brazil best selling cars in the first eight months of the 2017 again dominated by the Chevrolet Onix followed by a growing Ford Ka. Raising stars are the Renault Sandero (4th) and the Fiat Toro, new entrance in the Top 10.
Mexico best selling cars ranking after the first seven months of the 2017 with the Nissan Versa leader again followed by the Nissan Pick up and the Chevrolet Spark. The Ford Figo advanced in 13th place and all Kia models keep gaining terrain.
Mexico Vehicles Market in July posted the third fall out of the last four months albeit private consumption growth continued to defy maket expectations. Mercedes, Fiat, BMW and Isuzu are shining while Chevrolet, Ford, Jeep and GMC are the losers.
Philippines Vehicles Market in July kept the outstanding speed running towards the half million sales milestone sustained by solid macroeconomic fundamentals and an accommodative monetary policy. Toyota is further increasing market share.
World Cars Brand Ranking in the first half of the 2017 led by Toyota. The fall in the Chinese market have stopped the Ford attach to the second place held by Volkswagen. Honda is near to overtake Nissan for the 4th place.
Uzbek Vehicles Market grew 10% in the first half of the 2017 due to the growing allocation of GM-Uzbekistan production to domestic market, having to face low demand in all others CIS markets. The state-owned company is stable near 95% market share.
Uruguayan Vehicles Market roared in the first half of the 2017 exceeding observers expectations. fueled by rising consumer confidence and economic recovery. Chevrolet jumped in first place over doubling sales while Suzuki is struggling.
Egyptian Vehicle Market in the first half of the 2017 was down near 50% killed by economic recession, skyrocketing vehicles prices, huge unemployment, austerity reforms. The trend will not change as in July VAT will sharp increase.
Lao vehicles sales started the 2017 pushing the brake after years of fast growing. However the outlook remain almost positive considering the fast development of the country and the huge investments in place to build new infrastructures in road and railway sectors.
Kuwaiti Vehicles Market very negative in the first half of the 2017 losing sharply albeit government 's efforts to keep consumer's up with strong public investments and record fiscal deficit. Two brands have taken 36 percent of market share.
Icelandic cars market kept momentum in the first half of the 2017 with sales fueled by strong tourism sector and expanding economy. Following the last three years positive performance, market is growing moderately. Toyota is market leader.
Ecuadorian vehicles market fast started in the 2017 thanks to the improved economic environment, following the last two years collapse, when market lost almost 60% of volume. Great Wall advanced in 4th place, best ranking worldwide.
Chevrolet Global Performance in the last years has been almost negative losing terrain all over a par in America, where the brand gained in US, Mexico and Canada and has gained leadership in almost all Latin American countries.
Venezuelan Auto Market in the first four months of 2017 stands on the bottom reached last year, when dropped 75%., while the country slides into chaos, following the decision to redraft the current Constitution.
Philippines Automotive industry outlook is almost positive for 2017 and next years with a target of 0.6 million sales by the 2022. The local capacity will more than double from the current 0.25 million.