Australia Vehicles Market is almost flat this year and August with 95.221 sales (-0.3%) confirmed the trend. However, within the competitive arena the oldest brands in market are losing terrain with Holden losing 26% year to date and Ford 10%, while Honda is up 24%.
Paraguay vehicle market in the first half of the 2018 boomed 30.5% projecting the new all time record, thanks to strong economic growth which is fueling private consumers demand. Kia confirms the leadership while Hyundai and Isuzu more than doubled their volumes.
Polish cars sales boomed in August by 53.9% with 56.701 units, keeping the impressive 2018 pathway pushed up by a robust economy acceleration. Driven by strong economic growth ans Zloty depreciation, the market is going to establish a new all time record, hitting the half million units.
Chinese Auto Market reported the second fall in a row in August with 1.99 million sales, down a disappointing 7.2% despite official source are not showing negative economic data. Volkswagen is stable over 11.6% of market share while Geely has taken and consolidated the second place.
USA best selling Cars year to date 2018 with impressive performance scored by the Jeep Compass and Wrangler, gaining respectively 37 and 11 positions in the ranking. Outstanding performance reported for the Mazda CX-5, the Honda Pilot and the Volkswagen Tiguan.
Turkey best selling cars ranking year to date 2018 with a new leader, after two years, thanks to the success of the last generation of the Renault Megane, ahead of the last two years leader, the Fiat Aegea.
Brazil best selling cars ranking year to date 2018 confirms the last two years leader, with the Chevrolet Onix on top of the list. Volkswagen and Fiat are recovering thanks to the new Polo (4th) and the new Argo (9th).
Netherlands best selling cars ranking year to date 2018 with a new leader, the Volkswagen Polo, up 7 spots, after two years under Renault Clio leadership. Several changes in the Top 100 ranking thanks to many new entrance.
World Cars Brand Ranking in the first seven months of the 2018 with the Top 50 Brands reported. Toyota leadership is undisputed with a safe gap over Volkswagen. Ford is falling down while Nissan and Honda are fighting for the fourth place. Geely is the fastest growing.
Irish cars market in August were 5.922 (+2.9%) confirming the slow pace in place. Volkswagen consolidated the leadership ahead of Toyota and Hyundai. Renault is losing in double digit.The Hyundai Tucson overtook the Nissan Qashqai to take the leadership among models.
Bosnian vehicles market still strong in July with sales up 21% and having fully recovered from the slow start of the year. Skoda and Volkswagen dominate with combined share of 35% well ahead of Opel. The Toyota Yaris is the fastest growing model.