Slovenian Autos Market in August dropped down 11.5% with 4.987 units, as sales boomed the previous year due to WLTP introduction in September 2018. Volkswagen held a flat trend – with 16.2% of share – while Renault was hit by a huge fall (-41.9%). The Dacia Sandero conquered the market podium (+100.4%).
Romanian car market in September boomed at 118.2% with 6.046 sales. Despite more than doubling its sales, Dacia held just 22.4% of share, ahead of Renault (+216.9%) and Skoda (+30.9%). Outstanding performances were scored by Opel, Suzuki and Nissan.
Austrian Car Sales in September surged artificially to 22.3% with 21.044 units sold. Despite soaring at 33.6%, Volkswagen held just 11.5% of share. Seat and Renault doubled their volume compared to last year, while Opel and Hyundai fell in double-digits.
Portuguese Auto Market in August fell down 19% – as the previous year’s WLTP introduction in September, induced sales to boom in August 2018 – with sales at 12.435. Indeed, Renault’s decline was significant (-57.2%), holding just 8.5% of share. Mercedes gained the market podium, improving in double-digits.
Croatian Auto market surged artificially to 21.7% in September with 3.552 units sold. Volkswagen boomed over 90% holding 16.9% of share, keeping a safe gap from Renault and Skoda. Opel and Citroen reported awful performances, both declining near 35%.
Chilean Vehicles Market in September decreased by 3.9% with 37.799 units sold. The leader Chevrolet held 8.2% of market share, ahead of Kia (+3.4%) and Suzuki (-19.3%). Remarkable performance scored by Mitsubishi (+15.2%).
Taiwanese Vehicles Sales in September grew 6.7% with 32.854 units sold. CMC – currently up 4 spots from the previous year – soared 53.4%, while Toyota and Nissan improved in double-digits. Large losses were registered by Honda, Mercedes and BMW.
Israel Vehicles Market in September surged 36.9% with 17.638 units sold. Hyundai boomed 81.5%, while Toyota soared 45.9% reaching 15.3% of market share. Nissan and Renault ignored the positive market trend, both declining in double-digits.
Danish Auto Sales in September soared artificially at 32.4% with 15.982 units sold. Volkswagen led with 13.4% of share, keeping a safe gap from Peugeot (+44.1%) and Toyota (-9.4%). Outstanding performances scored by Renault and Audi.
Hungarian Vehicles Market went up 8.6% in September with 9.655 units sold. Suzuki dropped down with a disappointing 73.9%, having boosted artificially registrations in the previous 2 months. Meanwhile, Opel marked a stunning 65%.
Switzerland Auto Market surged artificially to 18.7% in September with 24.216 units sold. All Top 10 brands reported positive performances, except Audi, which declined in double-digits. The leader Volkswagen held just 8.9% of share. The Skoda Octavia was the best-selling car.
New Zealand vehicles sales in September improved by 4.4% with 14.520 units sold. Holden soared 46%, while Hyundai signed an impressive +21.5%. Despite declining in double-digits, Mitsubishi is currently in 3rd place, up 2 spots from the past year.
Laos vehicles sales started recovering 13.1% in 2019 with year-to-date figures at 15.810. Toyota holds the crown with 37.5% of share, followed by Daehan, which is recovering from the previous years' decline. Disappointing performance scored by Kia, losing over 60%.
Canada Auto Sales lost 4.4% in September selling 167.544 units. The podium was unchanged, with Ford leading ahead of Toyota and Honda. Ram (+16.8%), Kia and Jeep impressed, while Dodge was hit by a large drop (-47%).
Indian Autos Market in September fell down 23.1% with 225.021. units sold. Maruti – followed by Hyundai (-14.8%) and Mahindra (-29.9%) – held 49% of share. Renault ran against the market trend, signing an impressive +29.7%, while Kia entered into the Top 10.
German cars market in September grew artificially 22.3% with 243.797 units sold. Volkswagen soared 96%, as the Golf and the Tiguan reported outstanding performances. Hyundai reached 4.8% of market share. The Mercedes C Class conquered the podium.
USA vehicles sales in September fell down in double-digits, selling 1.278.528 units (-11.8%). Despite losing 12.8%, Ford held 12.9% of market share. Ram – currently in 8th position – was the only positive Top 10 brand.
Polish cars sales soared artificially to 24.3% in September with 34.132 units sold. Toyota signed a stunning performance (+46.4%), pushed by the Corolla which gained the 2nd place. Volkswagen and Opel impressed, improving over 70%.
Russian Autos Market was stable in September with sales at 157.129 (-0.2%). The leader Lada held 20.1% of share, growing just 1.1%. The best Top 10 brands were Renault (+28.2%) and GAZ (+32.6%), while Ford crumbled down in 14th position, losing over 60%.
Australia Vehicles Market in September lost 6.5% with 86.262 sales. Toyota fell down in double-digits (-12.8%), while Mazda surged 15.5% keeping a safe gap from Hyundai (-10.6%). Large losses were registered by the Toyota Hilux and the Corolla, both declining over 20%.