Honda Global Performance in last 6 years were among the best, and the harsh 2011, when sales declined 11%, has been forgotten with a prompt recovery and gaining the World's 6th place, overtaking Chevrolet. The 2017 is seen as the best in a decade.
Thailand vehicles market in April kept the new pace with sales up 15% and confirming the re-start of the demand after the prolonged 2013-2016 crisis. Toyota and Nissan were almost positive but the fastest growing so far was Ford.
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.
World Best Selling Car 2016 ranking with Ford F-Series advanced very near the second place, behind Toyota Corolla and VW Golf. One of the stars of the year has been the new Honda Civic, up 7 spots and ranking 10th.
Canada New Vehicle Sales were fast in February again and the 2016 could be over 2 million, first time. Ford is pushing up the market with over 20% increase and 15% of market share. Hyundai Santa fe fast growing.
Canada Auto Industry in January at the best ever sales level projecting over 2 million units for the entire year. Ford up in double digit while Honda jumped in third step with strong demand on all the line up.
Canada Vehicles Market 2015 breaks the 1.9 million sales hitting the new all-time record albeit in December sales had been down after 30 consecutive increase. Market is growing albeit economy suffered a turbulent 2015.
Canadian new vehicles market hits the 30th winning month in a series thanks to the November +4.7% increase and now will post the new all-time record sales with over 1.9 million in the 2015. General Motors led again.
Canada Auto Industry records 29th months of victories in October projecting the entire year above the 1.9 million vehicles sold for the first time in the history. Japanese carmakers are shining with Nissan up 24%.
Canada new vehicles market rose moderately in September scoring the 28th consecutive growth in a string and projecting a new annual record, the second in a string with volume over the 1.8 million. Ford is struggling while Nissan is growing fast.
Canadian Light Vehicle Sales hit the 24 months of victories raising 2% in March albeit economic environment become less favorable. Nissan, Ram, GMC, Volkswagen and Lexus were the fastest growing brands.