Danish Auto Sales in Q3 kept the negative trajectory with all months declining and with a record lost in September, down 22.3%, losing all the gap gained over the previous year. Volkswagen is leading with an impressive speed, with Peugeot 208 as best seller.
France Auto Sales in September up marginally with year to date gain reduced at a mere 4%. Last month performance were outstanding for Suzuki, Seat and Mazda while Volkswagen has lost in double-digit. Renault stable on top.
Peugeot Global Performance in the first eight months of the 2017 has been flat, keeping to lose market share as already done in the last sixth years. Strong sales in East Europe, CIS Market and Latin America. The 208 is the best-selling model.
Europe best selling cars ranking after eight months of the 2017 with the market leader losing over 10% but keeping a wide advantage on the followers, with two models fighting for the second place. Volkswagen Tiguan is the new star.
Greece best selling cars ranking in the first half of the 2017 again dominated by Japanese models albeit one of the best score was posted by the new generation of Citroen C3, jumped in eight place. The market leader was again the Toyota Yaris.
Denmark Best Selling Cars in the first half of the 2017 still lead by the Peugeot 208. However the ranking behind is completely changed from the last year with Nissan Qashqai starring together with the Volkswagen Polo.
World Best Selling Small Cars in the first five months of the 2017 dominated by the Volkswagen Polo. over the Toyota Yaris and the Renault Clio. The best new entrance is the Chinese Baojun 310, landed in 18th place, just behind the Mini.
Portugal Best Selling Cars after five months 2017 with the strong leadership of Renault Clio untouched. The new Citroen C3 is escalating the rank landing in seventh place while the BMW Series 1 was the best premium model, advancing in ninth place.
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.