World Cars Brand. The top 50 in the 2017

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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.

Global economy churned out healthy growth in the second quarter, with advanced economies benefiting from lenient monetary conditions and tightening labor markets while emerging economies made the most of a recovery in commodity prices and resilient dynamics in China. Complete data for the global economy shows that growth was 3.2% annually in the second quarter, marking the best result in two years and coming in marginally above the 3.1% expansion recorded in the first quarter.

The economic story remained largely intact in the Euro area, with GDP benefiting from a declining unemployment rate and a robust external sector. In Japan, a competitive yen and healthy investment buttressed economic growth. On the downside, economic dynamics in the United Kingdom started to feel the pinch of high inflation and subdued wage growth.

Such positive economic environment represents the first propellent for the global automotive business and sales of vehicles are growing up with a monthly speed of 2-4 percent. In the first half of the 2017 total light vehicles sales have been 45.7 million, up 2.0% losing steam compared with the previous months, hit by the deceleration of Chinese market.

In the Q3 the speed decelerated in July (sales up 1.9%) before o recover steam in August (+4.0%) with year to date figures at 60.87 million, up 2.4%.

At brand-wise, the leadership of the Japanese Toyota is undisputed with year to date sales at 5.81 million, up 4.4%.

Volkswagen in second place is growing slow (+2.6%) at 4.3 million feed by positive score in USA, China and Brazil while penalized by lost in Germany, UK, Turkey and Mexico.

In third place Ford is losing 3.1% with 3.90 million sales, losing in USA, UK and – in double-digit – China.

The running for the fourth place is a head-to-head battle between Nissan and Honda with just few units gap after the first half and a strong acceleration in the Q3 by Honda, now advanced in fourth place with 3.39 million units, 43.000 more than Nissan.

Koreans are struggling, first time in a decade, with Hyundai sixth with 2.8 million sales (-10.9%) and Kia 9th with 1.8 million sales (-9.3%). Both brands are losing near the half of Chinese sales.

Chevrolet was seventh with 2.58 million sales (-1.1%) while in 9th place Renault is fast growing with 1.71 million (+11.3%) as the 10th Mercedes with 1.67 (+11.6%).

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Data Source

This report is done utilizing data extracted from our GAD (Global Auto Database) the wider Auto Sales Database actually existing in the World, with sales data by region/area/country broken down by type/size/body-style/brand/model from January 2010 to lats month. Data are collected by over 300 sources, including all the official providers (local Minister of Transportations or Associations of car Manufacturers).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will report year to date data updated.

Rank 2017 Rank Aug Brand Sales 2017 Sales Aug Var 2017 Var Aug Share 2017 Share Aug
1 1 Toyota 5.814.874 708.264 4,0% -1,5% 9,6% 9,7%
2 2 Volkswagen 4.331.196 528.619 2,6% 7,8% 7,1% 7,3%
3 3 Ford 3.990.232 465.271 -3,1% -3,1% 6,6% 6,4%
4 4 Honda 3.393.703 437.261 10,3% 13,9% 5,6% 6,0%
5 5 Nissan 3.350.372 380.465 5,9% 4,7% 5,5% 5,2%
6 7 Hyundai 2.813.700 352.771 -10,9% -6,6% 4,6% 4,8%
7 6 Chevrolet 2.589.415 372.517 -1,1% 8,9% 4,3% 5,1%
8 8 Kia 1.804.133 224.522 -9,3% -3,1% 3,0% 3,1%
9 10 Renault 1.710.172 177.246 11,3% 10,2% 2,8% 2,4%
10 9 Mercedes 1.672.620 189.862 11,6% 7,4% 2,8% 2,6%
11 12 Peugeot 1.351.661 149.029 0,2% 10,7% 2,2% 2,0%
12 13 BMW 1.338.661 144.992 3,9% 1,9% 2,2% 2,0%
13 14 Audi 1.224.299 140.359 -2,3% 4,3% 2,0% 1,9%
14 19 Fiat 1.079.999 103.980 5,3% 5,2% 1,8% 1,4%
15 11 Maruti 1.060.546 153.485 16,7% 25,5% 1,7% 2,1%
16 15 Mazda 1.047.768 125.176 3,8% 4,3% 1,7% 1,7%
17 18 Suzuki 1.012.448 120.506 7,6% 21,9% 1,7% 1,7%
18 17 Jeep 958.966 120.965 -2,8% -5,3% 1,6% 1,7%
19 21 ChangAn 931.967 93.992 2,3% -2,1% 1,5% 1,3%
20 16 Buick 905.004 122.391 -2,3% -3,8% 1,5% 1,7%
21 23 Skoda 772.130 87.103 3,3% 7,0% 1,3% 1,2%
22 26 Wuling 752.216 75.727 -13,6% -27,2% 1,2% 1,0%
23 28 Opel 749.830 65.576 -3,8% -2,6% 1,2% 0,9%
24 22 Geely 719.804 92.256 76,8% 92,0% 1,2% 1,3%
25 20 Subaru 710.706 96.632 8,6% 6,5% 1,2% 1,3%
26 25 Mitsubishi 679.696 79.574 5,1% 10,6% 1,1% 1,1%
27 29 Citroen 673.639 62.889 -8,4% -3,9% 1,1% 0,9%
28 27 Dongfeng 591.972 75.492 2,9% 14,3% 1,0% 1,0%
29 31 Daihatsu 555.066 59.664 8,1% 8,5% 0,9% 0,8%
30 24 Baojun 548.948 82.658 33,6% 83,9% 0,9% 1,1%
31 35 Haval 503.266 52.835 0,1% -17,5% 0,8% 0,7%
32 33 Ram 463.325 54.143 7,7% 1,6% 0,8% 0,7%
33 30 GMC 445.876 60.300 4,6% 15,7% 0,7% 0,8%
34 36 Dodge 425.533 52.427 -3,8% -5,4% 0,7% 0,7%
35 38 Dacia 423.283 44.991 9,9% 11,4% 0,7% 0,6%
36 32 Lexus 415.358 56.989 -6,0% -0,4% 0,7% 0,8%
37 37 Isuzu 397.342 51.972 -0,4% 5,0% 0,7% 0,7%
38 40 Volvo 361.189 36.947 7,3% 13,0% 0,6% 0,5%
39 39 GAC Gonow 329.282 39.195 44,3% 31,0% 0,5% 0,5%
40 42 Chery 321.543 32.544 -3,6% -43,9% 0,5% 0,4%
41 46 Seat 310.651 29.378 12,2% 5,7% 0,5% 0,4%
42 44 BAIC 303.398 31.993 -31,0% -32,7% 0,5% 0,4%
43 41 Jac 295.614 34.147 -22,3% -13,7% 0,5% 0,5%
44 47 Land Rover 286.681 29.123 3,9% 14,1% 0,5% 0,4%
45 56 Foton 255.747 18.206 -8,1% -37,0% 0,4% 0,3%
46 48 BYD 242.103 28.260 -16,7% -26,8% 0,4% 0,4%
47 50 Mini 232.539 22.952 -0,5% -0,4% 0,4% 0,3%
48 45 Roewe 231.011 30.502 116,5% 120,9% 0,4% 0,4%
49 43 Cadillac 224.972 32.298 25,4% 19,1% 0,4% 0,4%
50 49 Lada 205.496 27.643 14,5% 24,0% 0,3% 0,4%

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