Italian Auto Market has halted almost completely in April. Indeed, lockdown measures - imposed since March 9 - were held for the entire month, keeping commercial and industrial activities closed. As a result, only 4.320 units were sold in April (-97.5%), dragging Year to Date figures down 50.5% at 352.649.
Italian Autos Market kept a stable trend, thanks to positive performances in recent months. Indeed, Total sales were 1.923.619, up just 0.2%. Fiat continues to lose share and actually is at 14.9% with a negative outlook for the next 18 months.
Italian Autos Market went down 2.6% in 2018 closing the year with 1.918.526 sales, interrupting the steady growth of precious years. Fiat - down 19.5% - has eroded its market share below 20%. Jeep Renegade scored an astonishing performance.
Italian Auto Market up 7.1% in the 2017, despite losing 2% in the last month, hitting the best level since the 2008. Citroen was the fastest growing brand, thanks to the new C3, stable on podium in the second half, while Hybrids push up Toyota.
Italian Autos Sales in September had been fast again despite the negative data published on a stagnating economy. Over doubling sales, Jeep landed into the top 10, first time ever.
Italian auto sales hit in August the 27th victory in a row albeit shy data from the economic sector with national GDP flat. The new Fiat Tipo jumped on the podium.
Italian vehicles industry celebrates in June the second year of consecutive growth ending a first half up 20 percent, better than any expectations. Renault is booming pushed up by a powerful line up.
Italian Autos jumps up a robust +22% in January with almost all brands taking benefit, but Toyota. The market is fueled by consumer confidence climbed at record high, Mazda was the fastest growing.
Italian Auto Sales up 15% in the 2015 following 19th months of consecutive growth. Fiat defended the over 20% market share ahead of Volkswagen and Ford, while Jeep was the star of the year, not only thanks to Renegade.
Italian new vehicles market soared 17% in September when Volkswagen fell 1%. The market scored the 17th year on year increase in a string while Volkswagen has lost importers leadership as preliminary effect of emission scandal.
Jeep a rising star in Italian vehicle market while Alfa Romeo is asphyxiated and December 2014 confirmed the trend with Jeep jumped in 15th place, +400% launching the new Renegade and Alfa Romeo collapsing in 19th place.