Canada Auto Sales in the first four months of the 2017 were at record level and on track to beat the 2 million annual sales target. Honda consolidates the third place with a shining selling start behind Ford and Toyota.
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.
Argentina Auto Sales in April moderate the astonishing race started this year with an only 6% increase. However year to date sales are up a huge 35% projecting final sales well over expectations. Volkswagen is market leader.
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.
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.
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.
USA Vehicles Sales have lost in the first four months of the 2017 albeit economic data are still almost positive, with April down 5%. Ford is losing in line with the industry despite the top model, the F-Series, scored an outstanding +7%.
Colombian Auto Market was shy in the first quarter 2017 with the worse Q1 out of last seven years. However, expectations for the rest of the year are moderately positive. Chevrolet held the first two places among models with Spark and Sail.
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.
Philippines Vehicles Market at new best first quarter ever, with a new wonderful performance, up 22% over the last year record. Moreover, the still robust economic growth is further pulled up by strong export to China.
Kazakhstan Vehicles Market started the 2017 again with harsh figures. In the first quarter sales crumbled 25% albeit observers expectations are for a moderate recovery this year. However, improved economic data should have effect soon.
Brazil best selling cars in the first quarter 2017 again dominated by the Chevrolet Onix followed by a growing Ford Ka. Raising stars are the Renault Sandero (8th) and the Fiat Toro, new entrance in the Top 10.
Mexico Vehicles Market in March was back at the last year fast pace with an outstanding year on year increase. Indeed, Mexico's economic activity has shown more resilience than expected. Kia is near doubling.
Mozambique Vehicles Market 2016 declined for the heavy restrictions on cars loan as the country experienced a default on international creditors. New vehicles still are below 10% of total registrations. Toyota leader.
Uganda Auto Sales 2016 were down from the previous year record. However, the car fleet keeps growing fueled by a great number of pre-owned vehicles imported. Market leader is Toyota the only one over 1.000 sales.
Uzbekistan Vehicles Market still on demand in the 2016 albeit local production quota for domestic sales had been limited. The new brand Ravon dominates with over 70 percent of market share, ahead of Chevrolet and Isuzu.
Honduras Autos Sales 2016 hit the new all time record, the second in a row, thanks to strong internal demand and positive economic momentum. Toyota was again market leader over Hyundai and Kia, but Nissan was the star.