Germany Vehicles Sales are expected to a complicated year, with tasks from economy and from political side. However, after two months the balance is moderately positive. Renault is the best performer among top players.
Canada Auto Sales 2017 started moderately up with speed on track to beat the 2 million annual sales target. Honda consolidates the third place with a shining selling start. Other fast starters are Dodge, Mazda, Mercedes & Audi
Turkish Vehicles Sales 2017 started slow and escalation of political tensions with the EU could change the destiny of the entire automotive industry, a crucial sector in the country, based on export to Europe.
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.
Belgium Auto Sales 2017 expected to keep momentum and the first two months had been in line with forecast. On top of th market five brands are fighting for the leadership, Volkswagen, Renault, BMW, Peugeot & Opel.
Italian car market 2017 keeps momentum after the first two months hitting the 33rd year on year growth in a row. Launching the new C-HR, Toyota boomed while the fast growing are Suzuki, Honda, Jaguar and Maserati.
World Car Group Ranking starting the 2017 with Volkswagen huge gap over Toyota Corporation and a fast start for Renault-Nissan, in third, and for Suzuki, in tenth place. However, the most remarkable start was reported for Geely.
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.
Spain Car Market 2017 in a positive note albeit February sales were flat. Seat took off thanks to the new Ateca while Volkswagen lead the list of brands in difficulties, including Peugeot, Skoda, Mazda and Honda.
Algerian Auto Market 2016 destroyed by the local authorities limiting the import with discriminating quotas. Product shortage lifted prices on the sky creating room for grey market done by unstructured traders.