Ranking all the World’s car markets by sales percentage increase in first half 2013, focus2move reports the best markets were put money if keen to invest in the automotive, starting from Peru, Nigeria and Kazakhstan.
May confirmed the positive trend for the global passenger vehicles market posting a 3% increase from last year. However, next month’s outlook is less positive. Argentina was the best country among the Top25, our exclusive ranking, that in May joined Algeria, soared in 24th place.
Pushed by strong demand in Brazil, China and US, the global passenger vehicles market in April surged 7.9% from last year. Ford reported a record share, reinforcing the third place, while Nissan dropped, losing 1 point of share from Q1.
Global car market significantly gained in April thanks to European Community zone back on black after nineteen’s months and robust demand in Brazil and Asia. Among Top 25 countries, Brazil, Argentina, UK, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia were in good shape.
In March, the Global car market was flat thanks to a strong performance of China and others South Asian markets, with the Top 25 Countries slightly positive. Next month’s outlook is now deteriorated, considering the negative pace of Europe and South America.
In February, the total light vehicles sold around the world declined 3.6%, as effect of Chinese New Year calendar. However, in the first two months of the year the market was up 5.2%, projecting a full year sales volume over 85 million. India is declining.
Driven by the Chinese anomalous jump, the group of 25 largest car markets started the year with the widest increase in years. January surprised for the Brazil market 28% boom and for the Indian market lost while Asean and Middle East momentum continued.
The Top 25 world’s Car Markets in December grew 4.6% from last year and the full 2012 ended with a 6.7% progress. China touched the 19 million vehicles, while USA and Japan posted a strong recovery.
In November, the Global Car Market posted a significant 8.8% increase from last year, with the World’s Top 25 Markets positive 9.6%. Last month performance was driven mainly by two countries, China, which posted the highest year-on-year increase of the 2012, and Thailand, where sales grew over 200%.
Following the little decline posted in September, the group of the world’s Top 25 car markets, started to grow again in October, posting a 6.8% increase. While the 2012 is near to end, the year-to-date increase was 6.7%. Thailand entered the Top 10 ranking for the 1st time ever!
In September 2012, the World’s Top 25 car markets, counting 89.2% of total world sales, posted 5.991.504 sales, down 0.6% from previous year and breaking a series of 9 consecutive growing months. Year-to-date sales were 53.5 million vehicles, up 6.7%.
In September, the world’s Top 25 car markets, counting 89.2% of total world sales, posted 5.991.504 sales, down 0.6% from previous year and breaking a series of 9 consecutive growing months. Year-to-date sales were 53.5 million vehicles, up 6.7%.
The Top25 world’s light vehicles markets in August 2012 posted 5.594.000 vehicles, up 11.4% from last year, while the total global sales were 53.1 million, up 10.5%. Year-to-date August sales in the Top25 were 47.5 million, up 7.7% from last year.
The world’s light vehicles market maintained its momentum in July posting 6.5 million sales, up 8.5% from last year. YTD July sales were 46.9 million, up 6.9%. Among Top 25 Countries, Thailand and Japan gained more than 40%, while Spain dropped 25%.
The world’s light vehicles market posted a robust double digit growth in June with 7,1 million vehicles sold, up 11.1% from last year. The first half 2012 sales were 40.5 million, up 6.7%. Thailand and Indonesia gained positions while Spain and Turkey had lost.
The world’s light vehicles market momentum continued in May with 6.8 million vehicles sold, up 10.7% from last year. The year to date May sales were 33.3 million, up 5.7%. Gaining 5 positions, Thailand was the world’s 13th market.
The global light vehicle production surged at 80.5 million in the 2011, new all-time record, up 5% from previous year and 13.1% over the 2008, when the global economic crisis shocked the market. Cars production was 60.3 million while Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) was 20.2 millions.
The automotive industry entered in the 2012 full of uncertains due to the economic and financial situation in Europe and for the risk of reduced speed on main emerging markets. While submitting the yearly budget, theTop Automotive Executives would probably able to estimate with low risk only 50% of global markets, while for the others, the risk of large mistake is high.