Europe best selling cars ranking in February within 44 markets in the continent, from Portugal to Russia. The Volkswagen Golf is again the best-selling car, followed by the Renault Clio and the Volkswagen Polo. The Nissan Qashqai falls at the edge of the Top 10.
European Car Market in 2018 signed the fifth positive performance in a string with sales at 15.2 million, up 0.2%, despite the relevant drop in UK, due to Brexit preliminary effects. In this report all European markets figures and last sixth years trend and performance.
Europe Best Selling Brand ranking for the 2018 in the 31 countries with Volkswagen on top of the list increasing the gap over the best follower, Renault. Peugeot – up 5.2% – has overtaken Opel, gaining the 4th place. The report considers car passenger’s sales from the EU countries plus the 3 E.F.T.A.
Europe best selling cars ranking in 2018 within 44 markets in the continent, from Portugal to Russia. The Volkswagen Golf is the best-selling car, followed by the Renault Clio and the Volkswagen Polo. Opel worsened, with the Corsa at the end of the Top10.
European Car Market in 2017 posted the fourth increase in a row hitting 17.6 million units (including LCVs), up 3.9%, fueled by multi-year high economic sentiment. In this report all European markets figures and last sixth years trend and performance.
Europe Best Selling Brand 2016 ranking dominated by Volkswagen in a market up 4.9%. Strong performers had been Renault (second) Mercedes (sixth) and Fiat (seventh).
Europe best selling cars 2015 ranking. The top 100 models in the full year 2015 confirms Volkswagen Golf on top of the list followed by the Volkswagen Polo, Renault Clio and Ford Fiesta. BMW Series 2 the best new entrance.
Europe Best Selling Brand 2015 reports Fiat as the fastest top brand performer while Mercedes hit the best level ever not far from 1 million units. Volkswagen led with wide gap over Renault and Ford.
European new vehicles market fell 3% in October. Toyota and Renault-Nissan group double-digit lost pushed down the performance. Toyota has lost heavy in Russia, Germany, Italy, Belgium and others.
European New Cars Sales kept momentum in September albeit Russian market collapse. The continental market gained 5.9% from the correspondent period last year. Over half million units gained in the first 9 months.
Europe Light Vehicle Sales by brand. Statistics on Top 50. Mercedes and Fiat shine among the top 10 group reporting a cumulative double-digit performance. Jeep is the fastest growing brand in Europe while Lada is the top loser.
European Cars Sales has broken the momentum in May with a 1 percent fall due to slower pace in the West while the East stands very low. The market future is now depending by potential shock in case Greek quite Euro zone.
Europe Light Vehicle Sales high divergent in March with West at +11% and East at -22%. Ford outpaced Renault in second place while Fiat was one of the fastest growing gaining 1 spot in the ranking.
Europe best selling car brands shocked by premium brands with Mercedes, BMW, Mini, Smart and Jeep posting remarkable performance in February while “common” brands were under pressure.
European best selling car brands ranking in January 2015 shows Fiat gaining one spot while Volkswagen rides in a race a part with a huge gap over the “normal” brands fighting in the ground.