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.
Austrian Car Sales in 2018 fell down 3.3% interrupting the growth of previous years, ending the year with 341.832 units sold, largely affected by the WLTP introduction. Volkswagen - down 2.9% - led the market, ahead of Skoda and Ford.
Austrian Car Sales almost positive, up 7% hitting the best performance in this decade, sustained by strong consumer confidence, dynamic labor market and PMI record level. Volkswagen dominates but Hyundai hits the fastest growth.
Austria Auto Market scored an upward trend during the Q3 2016, GDP growth increasingly looks to have remained disappointing in the third quarter. BMW shines
Austria Car Market in First Half 2016 reported a sliding trend ending the period with a 6% increase. BMW and Kia are the fastest growing brands while the new Hyundai Tucson is the raising star.
Austria Vehicles Market in Q1 2016 reported a positive trend, improving sales by 4.4%. The brand leader Volkswagen controlled also the best-selling models ranking with the Golf with Polo and Touran 3rd and 4th.
Austria Light Vehicle Sales tepid recover in March following the harsh winter. Volkswagen group kept falling with all brands down starting from VW at -19.2%. Ford Focus was back on the podium.
Austria Vehicle Sales fell 7% in May 2014, posting the third losing month in a row. Opel Zafira jumped in top ten models pushing up Opel performance while Volkswagen sold three times more than the first challenger.
Q1 2014 was moderately positive for the Austrian car market thanks to strong sales in February. Golf, Octavia and Polo on the podium. See all statistics inside.
November 2013 Austrian car market kept the low pace losing over last year although the leader -Volkswagen - improved sales and the market was shacked by the fight for the second place between Skoda and Hyundai. Renault and Dacia performance was awful.