Swedish Auto Market was moderately positive in July following the record first half albeit the swedish economy growth actually slowed. Sales are fueled by the offer of several new model, specifically by the local maker Volvo, and by low emission cars.
Sweden Best selling cars in the first half 2017 dominated by the two new products launched by the local made. On top of the list the Volvo V/S90 with a wide gap over the Volvo XC60. Fast movers are the Volkswagen Tiguan and the BMW 5 Series.
Sweden Cars Sales in June 2016 on the sky hitting the 30th consecutive year on year increase in a string. June hit a new record and the speed remains at the best ever level despite the long period of growth.
Sweden Cars Market in May 2016 tops the 29th up in a row keeping the impressive track with sales above all time level. Series 5 and Yaris pushed up BMW and Toyota, but the star was Kia, advanced in third!
Sweden Best selling vehicles in 2015 dominated by Volvo and Volkswagen. The Volvo V70 again on top of the list with a safe margin over the Volkswagen Golf. Subaru Outback was the best new model ranking in 40th.
Sweden Light Vehicles Sales in first quarter 2015 rose in double-digit and March was the 15th Y.o.Y consecutive increase. Nissan was the star of the quarter near doubling sales and soaring in 6th place fueled by Micra.
2014 left Swedish Automotive Sector in good shape with a double digit increase in domestic new vehicles sales. In December Volvo share was near 25% while Nissan, Mitsubishi, Lexus and Jeep posted amazing performances.
Sweden Vehicle Market kept growing in Q3 2014. All Brands, Groups & Models statistics reported in this article show the great momentum of Mercedes & Mitsubishi and the landing of a new brand that is booming y.o.y. volume.
According to data released by BIL Sweden, the local Association of Car Manufacturers, in November 2013 the Swedish car market had broken the series the positive string, losing 1.3% of sales compared with year ago with 24.738 sales. Year to date sales were 243.135, down 3.8% from last year.