Czech Republic Autos sales decelerated in the Q3 gearing up for elections scheduled in late October. September sales fell 2.8% while the year is still running to set up a new all time record. Skoda launched the second SUV, the Karoq.
Germany Vehicles Sales in the Q3 kept the moderately positive speed albeit Volkswagen fell again in double-digit. Mercedes scored new outstanding months further consolidating its second place ahead of Audi and BMW. Renault is fast growing.
Opel Global Performance in the 2017 is quite negative losing in all region including the core Western Europe. The brand has been acquired by P.S.A. and the data of new owners arrival is almost near. The Astra still is the best-selling model.
Austrian Car Sales have been flat in September reducing the annual gain at 7%. The demand is still fueled by high consumer and business confidence albeit approaching a very uncertain national elections. Hyundai is the fastest growing this year, up in 5th place.
Austria best selling cars updated at May 2017 with the Hyundai i20 advanced in sixth place, the best ranking ever, and the Volkswagen Tiguan in second, just behind the usual leader, the Volkswagen Golf. Seat holds two models within the top 10.
Austrian Cars Market reported a steady growth during all the 2016, keeping the positive pace started in the previous year. A German feud, the market is dominated by Volkswagen and Skoda models, with the Golf over all.
Cyprus Cars Market in 2016 kept recovering after the crisis with a strong increase over the previous year while still at the half of the record level. Ford market leader, ahead of Nissan and Volkswagen.
Greece best selling cars 2016 dominated by the Toyota Yaris while the Nissan Micra advanced in the third place and a small italian car jumped up 6 spots, landing in 4th. Surprisingly, Volkswagen Golf out of top 10.
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.
Spain best selling cars in the 2016 was again the Seat Leon ahead of the Seat Ibiza. Jumping up sixth spots, the Opel Corsa landed in the third step of the podium while the Hyundai Tucson was the best new entrance of the year.