World Cars Brand ranking. The top 50 in the 2017

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World Cars Brand Ranking in the first ten 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 is continuing to perform strongly, with growth stabilizing at levels last seen more than two years ago in Q3. According to estimates by FocusEconomics, the global economy expanded 3.2% annually in Q3, matching the result in Q2. Q3’s reading mostly reflected improving economic dynamics in emerging-market economies such as Brazil and Russia, while developed nations continued expanding healthily on the back of rising real wages due to low inflation and largely accommodative monetary policies. While the global economy appears to be in a sweet spot, political developments are gradually taking center stage, threatening to undermine the current economic momentum.

Global automotive market become more and more dependent by internal dynamics in the Chinese market, after that during the 2016 this single market become 30% of total sales and the slow pace taken by the Asian giant is limiting the growth albeit a quite positive economic environment. In addition, US market is at all time highest level and has ended propellent for further growth.

However, in the first three quarters of the 2017 total light vehicles sales have been up 2.2% with 69.3 million sales and then in October sales have been 7.84 million (+2.2%), projecting the whole year at 94 million, new record.

At brand-wise, the leadership of the Japanese Toyota Motor Company is undisputed with year to date sales at 7.2 million, up 3.4%.

Volkswagen in second place is growing faster (+5.1%), just scoring an amazing October at +8.4%, with year to date sales at 5.6 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 1.6% with 5.0 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 4.24 million units, 6.000 more than Nissan.

Koreans are struggling, first time in a decade, with Hyundai sixth with 3.5 million sales (-9.9%) and Kia 8th with 2.29 million sales (-8.8%). Both brands are losing near the half of sales in China.

Chevrolet was seventh with 3.3 million sales (+0.3%) while in 9th place Renault is fast growing with 2.15 million (+11.4%) as the 10th, Mercedes, with 2.13 (+11.3%).

The fastest growing brands, within the top 50 reported is the Chinese Roewe, 47th and up 95%, followed by Geely, 22nd and +67%.

Focus 2 Electric Vehicles

On December 2nd, 2017, Focus2move Team launched a new section, fully dedicated at the Alternative Fuels Vehicles, starting to report global sales for Electric Vehicles. To see the ranking you can go here.

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 Oct Brand Sales 2017 Sales Oct Variation 2017 Variation Oct Share 2017 Share Oct
1 1 Toyota 7.239.664 699.802 3,4% 2,9% 9,4% 8,9%
2 2 Volkswagen 5.645.008 612.978 5,1% 8,4% 7,4% 7,8%
3 3 Ford 5.087.521 501.295 -1,6% 3,2% 6,6% 6,4%
4 4 Honda 4.241.920 419.474 8,6% 5,5% 5,5% 5,3%
5 5 Nissan 4.235.832 416.316 5,5% 3,3% 5,5% 5,3%
6 6 Hyundai 3.565.744 374.836 -9,9% -4,4% 4,6% 4,8%
7 7 Chevrolet 3.337.496 367.452 0,3% 1,3% 4,3% 4,7%
8 8 Kia 2.290.447 238.611 -8,8% -10,5% 3,0% 3,0%
9 9 Renault 2.156.721 203.955 11,4% 8,8% 2,8% 2,6%
10 10 Mercedes 2.132.371 201.379 11,3% 6,0% 2,8% 2,6%
11 13 BMW 1.703.148 158.395 4,0% -0,1% 2,2% 2,0%
12 11 Peugeot 1.691.365 179.750 0,0% 4,9% 2,2% 2,3%
13 12 Audi 1.566.576 162.570 -0,5% 7,6% 2,0% 2,1%
14 16 Fiat 1.403.179 130.949 10,4% 9,9% 1,8% 1,7%
15 14 Maruti 1.353.006 137.777 15,0% 8,9% 1,8% 1,8%
16 18 Mazda 1.313.069 125.376 2,1% 2,0% 1,7% 1,6%
17 19 Suzuki 1.273.788 125.028 7,9% 11,5% 1,7% 1,6%
18 21 Jeep 1.197.568 119.236 -1,8% 7,7% 1,6% 1,5%
19 20 Changan 1.169.762 124.879 1,7% 18,2% 1,5% 1,6%
20 15 Buick 1.163.952 131.766 -2,8% -3,6% 1,5% 1,7%
21 23 Skoda 987.887 103.570 3,6% 5,0% 1,3% 1,3%
22 17 Geely 975.072 126.455 67,3% 29,0% 1,3% 1,6%
23 27 Opel 939.108 82.429 -4,2% -2,5% 1,2% 1,1%
24 30 Wuling 918.169 69.945 -13,7% -21,0% 1,2% 0,9%
25 25 Subaru 895.024 88.677 7,7% 3,8% 1,2% 1,1%
26 26 Citroen 856.235 86.830 -6,4% 3,3% 1,1% 1,1%
27 29 Mitsubishi 842.171 80.787 4,3% 2,2% 1,1% 1,0%
28 24 Dongfeng 778.304 93.324 3,7% 4,9% 1,0% 1,2%
29 22 Baojun 752.553 108.387 32,6% 25,3% 1,0% 1,4%
30 31 Daihatsu 709.963 67.491 9,9% 4,3% 0,9% 0,9%
31 28 Haval 665.330 81.966 -2,8% -12,9% 0,9% 1,0%
32 32 Ram 582.452 56.422 5,9% -2,8% 0,8% 0,7%
33 33 GMC 558.074 55.811 5,1% 8,7% 0,7% 0,7%
34 36 Dacia 524.993 47.829 10,7% 11,7% 0,7% 0,6%
35 34 Lexus 524.562 51.322 -5,2% -4,9% 0,7% 0,7%
36 44 Dodge 510.040 35.782 -6,8% -31,0% 0,7% 0,5%
37 35 Volvo 458.584 48.085 7,2% 9,1% 0,6% 0,6%
38 39 Chery 410.698 45.906 -8,3% -23,9% 0,5% 0,6%
39 37 Baic 394.182 47.444 -31,3% -31,9% 0,5% 0,6%
40 42 Seat 384.310 38.542 11,5% 14,9% 0,5% 0,5%
41 40 JAC 367.409 39.391 -25,4% -26,1% 0,5% 0,5%
42 47 Land Rover 365.470 33.874 3,5% 2,6% 0,5% 0,4%
43 49 Mahindra 355.467 32.585 -0,2% -4,0% 0,5% 0,4%
44 38 Saipa 354.896 47.266 9,4% 24,0% 0,5% 0,6%
45 53 Foton 334.261 21.432 1,0% 7,6% 0,4% 0,3%
46 41 Isuzu 330.697 39.288 -13,3% 3,0% 0,4% 0,5%
47 43 Roewe 326.333 38.238 95,3% 15,5% 0,4% 0,5%
48 45 BYD 312.332 35.396 -19,4% -30,1% 0,4% 0,5%
49 50 Tata 306.215 29.992 7,1% 0,9% 0,4% 0,4%
50 52 Mini 299.702 28.073 -0,9% -1,4% 0,4% 0,4%

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