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South Korea October. Following the strong Q3, sales down 11%

Korean Vehicles Market has lost 11% in October after the strong performance reported in the third quarter and now the achievement of the new record at year-end is uncertain. Hyundai increased 6% while several brands reported huge falls, including Mercedes.

November 16, 2017

Kia Global Performance. In the 2017 sales down 8.5%

Kia Global Performance year to date September 2017 is really negative losing 8.5% despite the positive momentum in the Pacific, CIS and Latin America regions. Sales are dragged down by crisis in Korea and China. The best-selling model is again the Sportage.

November 11, 2017

Netherlands October. Sales up 23%

Dutch Auto Market kept momentum in October reporting sales up 23% and consolidating a double-digit growth on annual basis, fueled by economy expansion at the fastest clip in nearly two decades. Volkswagen is market leader ahead of Renault.

November 7, 2017

Israel October. Sales up 46% projecting a record year-end

Israel Vehicles Market boomed 46.5% in October reducing at zero the gap from the previous year and projecting a new record for year-end. Hyundai, Kia and Toyota are losing terrain under the attack of several competitors. Suzuki and Renault are the stars of the year.

November 7, 2017

Paraguay June. Economic recovery pushed up the market

Paraguayan Vehicles Market boomed in the Q2 after the shy start of the year ending the first half with a 8.9% recovery from the negative 2016 score. Kia is still leader despite losing sales and the skyrocketing Chevrolet performance.

September 8, 2017

Peru July. Sales up despite el nino and political scandals

Peruvian Cars market in the first seven months of the year is growing albeit the country was hit by devastating floods in March and political scandals. After years of struggles the market is finally on ramp up for a new medium term expansion. Toyota is the leader.

September 2, 2017

Syria June. Koreans at 97% of residual market

Syrian Auto Sales kept falling in the first half 2017 with the majority of car manufacturers having given up in the vehicles distributions and the Koreans at 97% of market share. owever, residual figures are lower 90% from the pre-war volumes.

July 29, 2017

Mauritius May. The best y.o.y performance in the entire Africa

Mauritius Cars sales is booming again and after the first five months of the year scored the best year on year performance in Africa, taking full benefit from the political stability and growing investments. Nissan and Toyota are the best-selling brands.

July 13, 2017

Korea best selling cars 2016. The top 100

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.

April 19, 2017

Paraguay 2016. Market dropped albeit strong economy

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.

March 6, 2017

Ecuador 2016. Sales at lowest since 2005

Ecuador Auto Market 2016 dropped at the lowest since 2005 hit by the harsh recession started in the 2015 and still in place. Chevrolet kept a save gap over Kia and Hyundai despite losing 29% of sales.

February 19, 2017

Syria full year 2016. Just Koreans survive.

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.

February 11, 2017

Chile market report. Full Year 2016

Chile Auto Sales 2016 back over the 0.3 million units, after the sharp slowdown of the previous year. Hyundai was finally the leader, outpacing the historic leader Chevrolet.

February 3, 2017

Kazakhstan market report. Full year 2016

Kazakhstan Auto Sales 2016 collapsing for the third year in a row hit by the energy sector crisis. The market felt down at the 2012 level losing over 20 spots in the global ranking.

January 31, 2017

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