Indonesia May. Toyota pulls the market above expectations

Indonesian Vehicles Sales is above expectations with a cruiser speed over 8% confirmed in May (sales up 9.0%) albeit the domestic economy is supported by public spending with private demand still low. Toyota hitting all records

June 21, 2017

Australia Best selling cars April. The top 100 models

Australia Best selling cars ranking in the first four 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, while top sedan are declining

June 20, 2017

Japan May. Market run forward in double digit

Japan Auto Market in May scored an amazing +12% consolidating the momentum thanks to strong private consumption, record low unemployment levels and boosted consumer confidence. Toyota, Nissan and Subaru shining.

June 19, 2017

Toyota. The hard job to be the N° 1

Toyota Global Sales Performance is astonishing and based on the best global sales distribution, the largest product line up, the best value for money offer, the leadership in Hybrid technology. We have tracked sales by model, across 140 markets.

June 16, 2017

Thailand best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

Thailand best selling cars ranking in 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.

June 11, 2017

World Car Group Ranking. The top 25 in the 2017

World Car Group Ranking updated at April confirm that Renault-Nissan is reducing the gap from the two leaders (Toyota and Volkswagen) also thanks to the Mitsubishi acquisition. Geely Group is the fastest growing globally.

June 9, 2017

Ireland May. Political troubles penalized cars demand

Irish cars market in the Q2 is confirming the negative trend, the worse within the EU zone, with sales falling in double-digit, probably influenced by politic instability while economy is still growing fast. Ford is declining.

June 8, 2017

Sweden May. Volvo shining in a shy market

Swedish Auto Market was moderately positive in May following the sudden fall scored in the previous month. Volvo is outperforming the market thanks to the new S/V90 and the XC60. Immediately behind Volkswagen and BMW.

June 7, 2017

Malaysia April. Vehicles market is moderately recovering

Malaysian Vehicles Market in the 2017 is moderately recovering with April up a little 1.6% albeit positive data from private consumption and economy in general. In the competitive arena Perodua and Proton are losing terrain.

June 2, 2017

Thailand April. Sales up 15% with Ford shining

Thailand vehicles market in April kept the new pace with sales up 15% and confirming the re-start of the demand after the prolonged 2013-2016 crisis. Toyota and Nissan were almost positive but the fastest growing so far was Ford.

May 31, 2017

China April. Sales at slow pace. Honda & Geely shining

Chinese Vehicles Market in April reported a little lost compared with year ago keeping the shy momentum started in January. Honda boomed sales 25 percent taking the 4th place while Geely advanced in 7th with sales up 89%.

May 28, 2017

Best Selling Cars Models in China. The top 100 of the 2017

Best Selling Cars Models in China in the first four months of the 2017 led by the Chinese Wuling Hongguang with a safe gap over the Volkswagen Lavida and the Haval H6. Since the start of the year had been launched 16 new vehicles.

May 25, 2017

Bahrain March. Sales dropped over expectations

Bahrain Auto Sales approached the 2017 keeping the negative momentum and scoring a very disappointing first quarter, losing 25.8%. Outlook for the rest of the year is negative, as government is called to limit budget deficit.

May 24, 2017

Canada April. Honda & Chevrolet shining

Canada Auto Sales in the first four months of the 2017 were at record level and on track to beat the 2 million annual sales target. Honda consolidates the third place with a shining selling start behind Ford and Toyota.

May 23, 2017

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