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Taiwan October. New vehicles sales down 9%

Taiwanese Vehicles Sales fell 9% in October, in line with total year to date performance. Following the previous year all time record the vehicles demand this year has shifted down the gear. Honda is the star of the year with figures up 26.2%.

November 18, 2017

Thailand best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

Thailand best selling cars ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 is dominated by the last generation of the locally made Isuzu D-Max, able to create a wide gap over the former leader, the Toyota Hilux. Third place taken by the other pick-up, the Ford Ranger.

November 15, 2017

Ireland October. Vehicles sales down again

Irish cars market in October has lost sharply keeping the almost negative trend, one of the worse within the EU zone. Challenging real economy status is reducing the demand for consumers good. Volkswagen is market leader over Toyota.

November 9, 2017

Norway October. Tesla sales +137%

Norwegian Auto Market increased 4% in October projecting the entire year again at the all time record and with AFV vehicles mix very close to the 50%. Volvo, BMW and Mercedes are fast growing while Volkswagen is losing. Tesla near doubling.

November 8, 2017

Nissan. Global sales up 5.6% after Q3 statistics

Nissan Global Performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been positive again, following the recent conquest of the fourth place as global sales. The growth is driven by the Asian region while the Qashqai consolidates its rule as best-selling model.

November 5, 2017

World Cars Brand. The top 50 in the 2017

World Cars Brand Ranking in the first eight months of the 2017 led by Toyota. The sales acceleration during the Q3 allowed Honda to overtake Nissan in fourth place. Koreans are in free fall due to the sharp lost reported in China. Renault shining.

November 3, 2017

Australia Best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

Australia Best selling cars ranking in the first nine months of the 2017 was again led by the Toyota Hilux, confirming the great score reported last year, ahead of the other pick up, the Ford Ranger. The best sedan was the Toyota Corolla, only third.

October 31, 2017

Mexico best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

Mexico best selling cars ranking after the first nine months of the 2017 with the Nissan Versa leader again followed by the Nissan Pick up and the Chevrolet Spark. The Ford Figo advanced in 12th place and all Kia models keep gaining terrain.

October 30, 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

Mexico best selling cars 2016. The final count!

Mexico best selling cars ranking in 2016. While new models are gaining terrain, Nissan, Chevrolet and Volkswagen kept dominating the top ranking. A new leader is on top, thanks to a facelift.

March 30, 2017

Malawi 2016. Nissan starring in a shy market

Malawi New Vehicles Market in 2016 grew modestly, hitting the second annual increase in a row. Toyota is the leader while Ford dropped down leaving the second place to the rising star Nissan.

March 12, 2017

Thailand best selling cars 2016. The top 50

Thailand best selling cars 2016 ranking was dominated by two models, fighting all the year for the final leadership and separated by few units. The leader was again the Toyota Hilux and the rival the Isuzu D-Max.

March 11, 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

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