Maserati Global performance in the 2017 has been again quite positive following +95% CAGR scored in the previous 7 years. Sales grew in all regions with Asia up 39%. The best-selling model is the recently introduced SUV Levante.
Lincoln Global performance in the 2017 kept the medium term momentum improving a further remarkable 10.8%, driven by growth in Asia (mainly China) while North American operations were flat. The best-selling model is the MKX.
Alfa Romeo Global performance in the 2017 is finally positive after seven years of fall, pulled up by the new Giulia and Stelvio sales. Sales were up in North America, Europe and GCC. The Giulietta is the best-selling model.
Dacia Global performance in the 2017 was again almost positive, up +9.2% from the previous year. The brand is growing in all regions, including the Pacific where it is sold just in the French territories. Sandero is the best-selling model.
Geely is the fastest growing brand at global level this year the already outstanding performance scored in the previous 7 years. During the 2017, global sales jumped 57.8% thanks to domestic market success of the renovated line up. International sales are falling all over.
Great Wall Global performance was awful in the 2017 following the outstanding growth scored in the previous 7 years. Sales declined 7.7% with lost concentrated in Asia and Africa.. The best model is the Haval H6, with over 5080.000 sales globally.
Citroen Global Performance in the 2017 was again very negative with sales felt 6.0%, dragged down by the horrible score in Asia. The brand is growing in South America and CIS markets. The C3 is the best-selling model by far.
Opel Global Performance in the 2017 is quite negative losing in all region including the core Western Europe. The brand has been acquired by P.S.A. and need a robust re-focusing to find back profitability, after 30 years of lost. The best selling model is the Corsa.
Jeep Global Performance in the 2017 was negative despite the strong increase reported in Latin America, Asia and others regions. The balance is hit by the double-digit lost reported in North America. The Grand Cherokee is the best-selling model.
Fiat Global Performance in the 2017 was almost positive, up 7.5%, thanks to the recovery of key markets, like Russia, Turkey and Brazil. The 500 is again the best-selling model ahead of the Panda and the new Tipo.
Audi Global Performance in the 2017 was disappointing and one of the worse among premium brands, losing 0.6% of sales. Many regions reported difficulties, with the sales in GCC area falling down over 40%. The A4 was the top model.
BMW Global Performance in the 2017 has been below the past years and just marginally better than the industry, losing terrain from the rival Mercedes. Sales are growing in Asia and in the ASEAN region. The Series 3 is the best seller.
Hyundai Global Sales fell down heavily in the 2017. Seven out of the top 10 models reported decline and regional sales are struggling in Asia and in North America. The moderate gain in Europe and LatAm have not balanced the Asian fall.
Honda Global Performance kept momentum in the 2017 with sales up 7.8%, overtaking Hyundai in the global ranking, landing in 5th place. Performance is driven by growth in Asia and by the all time record volume hit by the Civic.
Ford global sales performance in the 2017 has been disappointing losing over 1.9% with 6.28 million vehicles, dragged down by low sales in China and despite the best-seller F-Series hit the record of over 1 million units sold.
SsangYong Global performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been moderately positive following the remarkable growth shown in the previous 7 years. Sales were sustained by moderate growth in Asia. The best-selling model is the Tivoli.