Argentina Best Selling Cars ranking updated at July 2019 confirms the wide gap taken this year by the leader, the Toyota Hilux, over all others competitors. The Hilux sold over 15.000 units declining just 33% in a market which is collapsing reporting volumes down 50%, the worse annual score globally.
Denmark Best Selling Cars ranking has now been updated with figures year to date July 2019. Due to the high taxation system, the toughest in Europe, the ranking reports among top seller only small or compact models. The best seller still is the Nissan Qashqai, despite the SUV is losing terrain while the Citroen C3 is fast growing and is closer and closer.
Norwegian Auto Market in July decreased by 4.5% with 9.178 sales. Tesla kept booming (+668.8%) while Volkswagen declined in double-digits. Impressive performances were scored by Volvo (+69.1%) and Hyundai (+82.2%). The Audi e-Tron conquered the 7th place.
Slovenian Autos Market in July fell marginally down (-4.6%) with 5.958 sales, primarily due to the boom from the pre-WLTP introduction in 2018. Volkswagen declined sharply (-18.6%), while outstanding performance was scored by Dacia, up in 5th place. Fiat went into free-fall, dropped down by 5 positions.
Danish Auto Sales in July kept a stable pace (+1.3%) with 16.713 units sold. Volkswagen held the crown with 14.2% of market share, despite declining in double-digits (-13.9%). The followers – Peugeot, Toyota and Citroen – all scored positive performances, while Skoda soared 18.5% gaining the 5th place.
Austrian Car Sales in July was stable (-0.3%) with 31.454 registrations. Volkswagen leading with 17.6% of share, surged 11.2%. Despite losing 4.2%, Seat held the third place conquered in the previous months, while Opel, BMW and Renault scored negative performances.
Czech Republic best selling cars ranking in July registers the presence of Skoda in all Top 5 spots, with Skoda Octavia at the top, followed by the Skoda Fabia and the Skoda Rapid. Outstanding trend scored by the Karoq (+108.1%).
British Vehicles Market in July signed the 5th straight market decline, selling 157.198 units (-4.1%). The leader Ford improved 6.4%, widening the gap from the followers, but the best Top 10 brand was Toyota (+22.6%). Mercedes gained the 3rd place, overtaking Opel (-11.7%).
Italian Autos Market kept a stable trend in July, with 153.535 sales (+0.1%). Fiat’s decline accelerated (-24.3%) holding just 13.1% of share. Volkswagen and Peugeot registered double-digit growths, while Dacia kept running at an impressive pace (+53.6%), taking the 9th place.
Belgium Auto Sales suddenly increased by 5.5% in July, selling 45.110 units. Volkswagen – leader with 11.1% of share – followed the market trend, while Mercedes marked an outstanding +59.9%. BMW scored the worst Top 10 performance.
Czech Republic Autos sales in July was stable (+0.8%) with 21.816 units sold. Skoda - the leader - surged 26.7%, widening the gap from Volkswagen, down a disappointing 33.4%. Skoda Karoq approaching to the podium, booming 43.4%.
Portuguese Auto Market in July decreased by 7.6% with 18.434 sales. Double-digit drops were registered by the leader Renault and Fiat, few units ahead of Mercedes. Worrying performance scored by Opel, crumbling down 45%. The Renault Captur surged 15.9%.
Korean Vehicles Market in June, keeps falling (-7%) with 144.349 units. The brand leader Hyundai grows +3.4%, while by Kia and Ssangyong are both poorly performing. Lexus sings an important gain, ignoring the gloom.
Argentina Auto Sales in July crumbled again (-31.4%) with 45.072 units sold. Toyota was the only positive brand in the Top 10 (+2.9%), while Renault, Peugeot and Citroen declined over 40%. Honda ran against the market trend, signing a spectacular +46.6%.
Swedish Auto Market in July suddenly boomed 89.2%, as in July 2018 sales were particularly depressed. Signing a completely opposite performance compared to the previous year, Volvo signed an outstanding 189.5%. The Tesla Model 3 ranks 16th.
Canada Auto Sales declined 1.5% in July, with 173.774 units sold, marking the 17th negative performance in a row. With 14.2% of share, the leader Ford decreased by 9.4% while Toyota and Chevrolet grew in double-digits. Ram – in 7th position – scored an outstanding +34.1%.
Australia Vehicles Market fell down 2.2% in July with 81.265 sales, signing the 16th consecutive monthly decline. Toyota marked a 5.7% gain, thanks to the Corolla, which soared 25.1%. Heavy losses registered by Mitsubishi, Ford and Nissan, while Holden (-16.8%) lost 3 positions.
Brazil Vehicles Market in July improved by 11.4%, keeping the previous months’ tone, selling 232.246 units. All Top 5 brands signed a double-digit growth, with Toyota gaining 2 spots. Ford, down 9.8%, dropped in 6th position. The Chevrolet Onix – up 19.1% – held the market throne.
Dutch Auto Market in July declined by 4% selling 33.810 units. Volkswagen fell down 7% while outstanding performances were scored by Ford and Toyota, soaring over 35%. The Opel Astra and the Ford Focus kept booming, both able to reach the podium.