Israel Vehicles Market 2017 takes momentum albeit April sales fell 14%. Year to date April figures are the best ever fueled the robust economic growth. Thanks to the success of new models, Suzuki is the raising star.
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.
Swedish Auto Market in April has broken the momentum and the record Q1 was followed by a sharp -9% with almost all brands losing, but Mercedes and Kia. The new Volvo S/V90 has taken the leadership with a solid advantage.
Peruvian Cars market well started the 2017 with first quarter sales up 9% after three years of decline. However, the industry could be hit by the effects of the devastating floods which in March destroyed infrastructures in the country
Korea best selling cars 2016 led by a small light vehicle, the Hyundai Porter while new models are taking space with the Kia Sorento jumped in fourth place and the best new entrance of the year, the Samsung SM6 landed in 10th.
Dutch Auto Market rebounds in the first quarter 2017 scoring a 18% increase rapidly recovering after the 2016 shortfall. Renault lead the run also thanks to the huge volume scored by the new best-selling model, the Clio.
Paraguay Auto Market 2016 dropped for the second year in a row albeit the country small economy proved resilient to the economic downturns in neighboring big countries. Hyundai advanced booming sales thanks to the Tucson.
Peru Auto Market 2016 has lost moderately and for the third year in a string. The performance is considered almost positive at the light of country recession and political difficulties. Toyota lead ahead of Hyundai and Kia.
Syria Vehicles Market 2016 kept falling down losing an additional 44 percent and landing at a volume lower than one tenth compared with the 2010. In the harsh environment, just Koreans manufacturers survive.
Dutch Cars Market 2016 dropped at the lowest level in the twenty-first century, below the 0.4 million units for the third time in the last twenty years, hit by "green" incentives pull ahead of previous year.