Dutch Auto Market was just partially hit by the economic activities shut down decided by the Government since the last week of March. However sales have been very negative with March reported at 29.496 units (-24.6%) ending the first quarter 2020 with 103.229 units (-11.2%). The shut down will cover at least April projecting the year at volumes back at the ’70s of last century.
Dutch Auto Market in 2019 was stable. Indeed Total annual sales have been 444.093 up 0.6%, completing a last-minute recovery with December almost doubling its sales. Second in the World (after Norway), the country celebrates the leadership of a Tesla, the model 3, which is the best-selling model boosting the brand market share at 7%.
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Dutch Auto Market grown 7.7% in 2018 keeping the positive tone previous year, ending the year with 446.589 sales. Volkswagen is still the market leader, ahead of Renault and Opel. The Volkswagen Polo, is the best-selling model, with an astonishing +68.5%.
Netherlands Autos Sales recovered 7% in the 2017 after the previous year fall. Albeit losing volume, Volkswagen stands on top of the list while Renault in second has reduced the gap. The star of the year was Toyota, thanks to hybrid line up, up 30%.
Dutch Cars Market 2016 dropped at the lowest level in the twenty-first century, below the 0.4 million units for the third time in the last twenty years, hit by “green” incentives pull ahead of previous year.
2014 was the fourth falling year in a row for the Dutch Automotive Industry and December was down again, seventh month in a streak. Peugeot and its 308 kept an impressive pace ending the year just behind Volkswagen.