Israel Vehicles Market is pushing the brakes in the Q3 losing both in July and August. On top of the brand's list, Hyundai, Kia and Toyota are losing terrain under the attack of several competitors. Suzuki and Renault are the stars of the year.
Israel best selling cars in the first quarter 2017 with the new Hyundai Ioniq up in 11th place, best place ever worldwide, thanks to the green policy in place in the country. Tp positions on top are unchanged from 2016.
Israel Vehicles Sales in First Half 2016 at new record level with an outstanding double-digit increase. Hyundai retains the leadership and Citroen shined while the Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson shine.
Israel Vehicle Market 2012-2015 Insights provides facts, data and forecast on this market with all data by OEM, Brand, Model and segment. From the 2004 up to the 2015 All About within 90 pages and 120 charts.
Israel Auto Sales in 2016 are on the sky. April and May registrations boomed at the highest level ever and a new all time record is predicted for this year. The battle among Hyundai, Kia and Toyota is still in place.
Israel Vehicles Sales Q1 2016 at record fueled by low-interest rates and subdued energy prices supporting private consumption. Hyundai dominated inexorably the brand ranking with the new Tucson best-selling model.
Israel Auto Industry fast starts the 2016 with record volume. Following the best ever performance scored in the 2015, the 2016 kept the pace thanks to strong consumer's demand. Nissan and Citroen over doubled sales.
Israel cars passengers sales hit the new All Time record in the 2015, the second in a row thanks to a robust economy and stable consumer's demand. Koreans Kia and Hyundai holds over 25% of market share.
Israel new cars sales up 5% after 9 months 2015 running towards the new record volume. Kia gained terrain over Toyota and Hyundai while Kia Picanto, Toyota Corolla and Kia Sportage are fighting for the leadership.
Israel Automotive Industry flourished at new all-time record in the 2014, fueled by very aggressive commercial fight between Hyundai, Kia and Toyota, with the surprise of strong sales taken by the emerging Mitsubishi.
November 2013 was again really positive for the Israeli car market, as sales grew in double digit from last year and year to date sales positive. Hyundai kept the leadership, ahead of Toyota, in spite of losing 3 points of share. Toyota Corolla was best-selling model.