Danish Auto Sales improved 8% in October recovering the grip after the awful Q3 and still maintaining a narrow margin over last year. Volkswagen is leading the market while Suzuki and Nissan are the star of the year. Peugeot 208 as best seller.
Germany Vehicles Sales in October were up 3.8% keeping the moderately positive speed albeit Audi and BMW ha lost terrain. Volkswagen is progressively recovering while Dacia, Peugeot, Mitsubishi and Renault are growing in double-digit.
Czech Republic Autos sales increased 6% in October when the populist billionaire businessman Andrej Babis won the elections with an Eurosceptic program. Meantime strong EU investments kept boosting the economy creating room for vehicles industry records.
Canada Auto Sales in October hit the best ever results, up 6.3% and now the new annual record above 2 million units is almost done. Honda consolidates the third place ahead of a shining Chevrolet and behind Ford and Toyota.
Argentina Auto Sales in October increased 21.3% projecting the new all time record for the year-end, above the 0.9 million. The finally positive economic environment and the first effects of the recently launched new National Automotive Plan sustain a positive outlook.
Swedish Auto Market kept the moderate growing pathway in October consolidating the annual performance and projecting a new all time record, the third in a row. Volvo is fast growing pulling ahead the entire industry. Mercedes and Peugeot shining.
Irish cars market in October has lost sharply keeping the almost negative trend, one of the worse within the EU zone. Challenging real economy status is reducing the demand for consumers good. Volkswagen is market leader over Toyota.
Turkish Vehicles Sales up 10.5% in October finally projecting the full year over the 1 million units milestone, at the third annual record in a row. The demand is sustained by a double-digit inflation and record expansion in economy. Renault is the leader.
Austrian Car Sales increased 7.8%in October keeping the quite positive pace and projecting the year at the best since years. The demand is still fueled by high consumer and business confidence. Hyundai is the fastest growing this year, up in 6th place.
World Cars Brand Ranking in the first eight months of the 2017 led by Toyota. The sales acceleration during the Q3 allowed Honda to overtake Nissan in fourth place. Koreans are in free fall due to the sharp lost reported in China. Renault shining.
Tunisian Vehicles Sales fell down in the Q3 after the almost positive first half hit by economic difficulties and a tourist sector below expectations. Light commercial segment is pulling the market up and Isuzu has taken the leadership ahead of Citroen and Volkswagen.
Australia Best selling cars ranking in the first nine 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. The best sedan was the Toyota Corolla, only third.
Chinese Auto Market moderately down in the Q3. Honda advanced in second place behind Volkswagen. Wuling and ChangAn struggle hit by the lcvs segment decline while Geely boomed advancing in seventh place and Ford dropped over the 10th.
Mexico Vehicles Market in September ended a negative Q3 with the deepest lost in the last 5 years, losing 12.2% albeit private consumption growth continued to defy market expectations. Kia, Mercedes, Suzuki and BMW are shining.
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.
Luxembourg vehicles Market in the first half of the 2017 was almost positive fueled by still solid GDP growth, record high consumer confidence and five-year low unemployment. Volkswagen further gained market share while Audi outpaced Mercedes.
Poland Best Selling Cars 2016 mirror the momentum of this market with all top models performing up. However just one model was new within the top 10 and the list was again led by the Skoda Octavia and Fabia.
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.
Australia Best selling cars 2016 was the Toyota Hilux, emerged on top thanks to he last quarter rush, overtaking the traditional leader, the Toyota Corolla and the emerging compact Hyundai i30. Ford Ranger in fourth.