Botswana vehicles sales in 2018 went down for the third time in a row, registering 6.468 units (-3.5%). The market was still dominated by Toyota, with 42.4% of share, followed by Nissan and Isuzu, both improving in double digits.
Sudan Car Market fell down 21.3% in 2018 with 1.968 units sold, signing the third consecutive year of decline. Toyota held the market throne, with 43.5% of share, followed by Nissan, Isuzu, Hyundai and Mitsubishi.
Zambian vehicles market dropped down 15.7% in 2018 with 3.664 units sold. Despite losing 20.8% from the previous year, Toyota was still on top of the market, holding 28.6% of share.
Austrian Car Sales dropped down 14.6% in June with 32.518 units sold. The leader Volkswagen, together with Hyundai, signed the worst performances in the Top 10, crumbling down over 25%. Skoda and Seat kept improving.
Peruvian Cars market improved by 5.4% in June with 12.547 units sold. The leader Toyota signed an impressive performance, increasing its market share to 19.3%. However, the best brand in the Top 10 was Renault, soaring at 63.2% and gaining the 7th place.
Switzerland Auto Market lost 9.8% in June 28.382 with units sold. Volkswagen was hit by a large drop - losing over 20% - while Skoda and Toyota were the only Top 10 brands scoring a positive performance. Mercedes A Class ran fast (+111.2%), taking the 4th position.
Hungarian Vehicles Market suddenly fell down 6.3% in June, with 13.298 sales. However, the leader Suzuki improved in double-digits, reaching the highest market share in over a decade. Skoda and Volkswagen were the worsts performers in the Top 10.
Slovenian Autos Market fell down again 6.2% in June with 6.916 units sold. Volkswagen held the market crown, despite losing 16.6%, and Renault reduces the gap, signing a stunning +37.5%. Dacia Sandero soars 119.4%, jumping in 4th place.
Czech Republic Autos sales declined again (-15.6%) in June with 21.742 units sold. Volkswagen was hit by a large fall - losing 35.8% - while the Toyota signed the best performance in the Top 10, jumping in 8th place.
Canada Auto Sales declined again in June, with 182.243 sales (-9.4%). Honda, Chevrolet and Nissan dropped down in double-digits, while Hyundai shortened the gap. Impressive performances were scored by Ford F-Series and Toyota RAV4.
Finnish cars market fell down 8.8% in June with 10.599 sales, signing the lowest decline since the lats year's WLTP introduction. Toyota (+3.8%) held the lead, followed by Skoda and Volkswagen. The Skoda Octavia is back on top, soaring 32.5%.
Cameroon vehicles market was stable in the 2018, registering 3.079 sales (-0.1%). Toyota held the more than half of the market, with 1.587 sales, followed by Nissan and Renault with almost 200 units sold.
Irish cars market improves 12.6% in June with 1.407 sales. This is a remarkable performance considering that in June sales are usually dragged down, due to mid-year licence plates, which are released in July. Volkswagen holds the market throne, while Toyota improves in double-digits.
Romanian car market keeps improving in June with 14.078 sales (+15.1%). Dacia and Suzuki are the only brands scoring negative performances within the Top 10. Renault soars 83.9%, while BMW gains the 11th position surging 112.3%.
Ivory Coast Car Market kept momentum in 2018 gaining 10% with 11.942 sales. Toyota held the throne with 17.1% of share, while Suzuki was the winner of the year, up a stunning 81.8%. The Toyota Hilux consolidated the market lead.
Namibian Auto Market kept the negative pace in the 2018 signing the fourth annual decline in a row with 11.863 sales (-11.6%). Toyota lost 8.1% but still holding 42.4% of market share, while Volkswagen widened the gap from Nissan.
Mozambican vehicles sales grew 32.4% in 2018 with 3.280, ending the recent years' awful trend. Toyota held the market leadership, surging 44.5%, but holding just 18.7% of share. Ford and Nissan improved in double-digits.
Senegal vehicles sector suddenly dropped down 32% in 2018 with 5.655 units sold. Toyota held the throne - holding 27.5% of the market share - and the followers, Mitsubishi, Citroen and Renault, all declined in double-digits.
Zimbabwe Vehicles Market grew 13.6% in 2018, after four consecutive years of decline, with 3.800 sales. Toyota kept the crown - selling over 700 units - keeping a safe gap from Isuzu and Ford.