British Vehicles Market in 2019 signed the third consecutive year of decline, waiting for the effect of BREXIT. Indeed, the full year ended with 2.301.876 sales, down 2.7%. Ford kept the market share, despite the current market share at just 10.1% is the lowest since the II World War. Vauxhall dropped in 5th place.
British Vehicles Market in 2018 fell again 6.8% continuing the negative perfomance of past year, affected by the Brexit uncertainty and several measures targeting diesel-powered vehicles. The Ford Fiesta is the best-selling model for the 10th time in a row.
UK Cars Sales fell 5.4% in the 2017 with all the second half down in double-digit and December down 14%. Ford still market leader albeit losing share while Vauxhall has lost the second place, taken by Volkswagen, aiming to improve profitability.
Great Britain Autos sales surprisingly up in August ignoring pessimistic projections after Brexit. While all the others leaders were stable, Volkswagen dropped down over 25 percent.
UK Autos hit by Brexit lose in double digit in July. Preliminary estimate on British economy suggest immediate effect after the referendum with all index in decline. July inaugurate a new trend.
Great Britain Cars Market in first half 2016 hit the new record before approaching the Brexit effect. June fell marginally therefore reporting the second year on year decline out of the last four years.
UK Auto Sales will drop over 10% due to BREXIT immediate effects. JLR should organize a party as will be the only real winner, at least in the short term.
UK Auto Sales again strong in May despite fears for BREXIT. Albeit losing moderately, Ford was again the leader leading the models ranking with Fiesta and Focus. Land Rover was out of the top 10.
United Kingdom Automotive Industry in 2016 started well, the day after of the all time record. While Ford has taken the pace, Vauxhall and Volkswagen fell, while Mercedes start really fast : Nissan Qashqai jumps in second.
UK Auto Market hits the best-ever December fueled by strong fleet demand and expanded economy. Ford has won the year-end rush while Vauxhall has lost. BMW and Mini boomed joining the podium as brand and as model.
British car market hit in September the monthly sales record with the 43rd year on year growth in a string. While the top three brands reported shy growth BMW, Nissan, Audi and Mercedes boomed.
UK Best Selling Cars in the 2014 were led by two Ford, Fiesta and Focus, and one Vauxhall, the Corsa as in the previous two years. Audi A3 and NIssan Juke new entrance in top ten, while Vauxhall Mokka should be considered the model of the year.
UK Car Market 2014 scored the highest performance since 2004 and fourth-largest of all time. The 2014 brand ranking confirms Ford on top with Renault the most dinamic among top manufacturers. Ford Fiesta is again the best-selling car in UK.