Slovenian Autos Market grew 2.7% in 2018 keeping the positive trend of recent years, ending the sixth year of annual gain with 72.787 units sold. Volkswagen confirms itself as the market leader, while Fiat scored an astonishing +82.9%, jumping in 5th place.
Slovenian Vehicles Market kept momentum in the 2017 with car passenger's sales up 11% at the best in this decade. Volkswagen defended the leadership from the assault of Renault while Toyota was the fastest growing brand.
Slovenian Cars Sales 2016 moderately up confirming the recovery trend started in the 2011 Volkswagen best brand while the Renault Clio was best model for the 19th consecutive year.
Slovenian Best Selling Cars ranking led by twin models with Renault Clio and Volkswagen Golf very close on top of the list. In the 2015 the Nissan Juke is protagonist of an amazing run surging in third place.
Slovenia Cars Market rose in double-digit in Q1 2015 pushed up by the strong rivalry between Volkswagen and Renault. Nissan Juke jumped in the third place, the best worldwide.
lovenia Car Market fell 17% in June 2014, scoring the second negative perfromance in a row this year. The light commercial vehicles market kept the 2014 positive trend posting a +8% from same month last year. Dacia shined thanks to Sandero and Duster.
December2013 was the 10th year on year increase in a row for Slovenian car market and the year was archived with a 6.0% of recovery, following the worst year out of last ten. Renault was market leader, ahead of Volkswagen, with new Clio leader ahead of Golf.
Slovenian car market kept recovering terrain after the long and deep dive and in September 2013 posted the 7th year on year increase in a row with sales boomed 24.6% from year ago. Renault reinforced leadership improving market share at almost 20%.
In August 2013, Slovenian car market kept the positive path with the 6th year on year increase in a row, growing 9.8% from last year, with year to date sales now positive. The market was pushed up by a great Renault momentum.
In June 2013 the Slovenian car market was flat again as in the previous month, a positive results following years of decline and the first half 2013 ended up 1.8% from last year. Renault posted a phenomenal performance improving share by 8 points!
Slovenian car market is one of the most depressed in Europe and the flat sales trend reported for May was an event to be celebrated. First five months 2013 reported sales fell 2.6%. Renault sales grew significantly thanks to Captur launch.
In April, car market in Slovenia posted the first real increase after two awful years, as market reported a 7.8% increase. Year-to-date sales were down 3.3%. Strong performance was posted by Peugeot and Skoda, while Opel fell down.
Finally, two years later, the car market in Slovenia posted a year-on-year not negative performance, with March 2013 sales flat over the previous March. First quarter 2013 ended down 6.6%, with Volkswagen able to overtake Renault for the first place.
In February the Slovenian car market had shown a bit improvement from the previous months, with sales down only 7.8% from last year. Year-to-date sales were down 10.4%. Volkswagen confirmed the market leadership, while Citroen C4 soared in 6th place.
In Slovenia the car market posted in January the 23rd consecutive declining month losing 12.5% from last year. Pushed by Golf and Polo sales, Volkswagen recovered the market leadership after 2 quarters leaded by Renault.
For the Slovenian car market, 2012 ended with a very negative December performance, down 24.1% from last year. The Full Year sales were down 16.7% from 2011 posting the worst volume in more than 10 years. Renault leads sales thank to Clio and Megane.
The Slovenian car market kept the negative series live posting the 21st year-on-year drop in a row. This month was better than the previous, with an 11.8% decline. Year-to-date sales were down 16.3% Renault recovered the leadership with share climbed at 18%.
The Slovenian car market kept the negative series live posting the 20st year-on-year drop in a row. This month was better than the previous, with a 17.8% decline. Year-to-date sales were down 16.7%. Volkswagen outpaced Renault and surged as market leader.