Irish cars market improves 12.6% in June with 1.407 sales. This is a remarkable performance considering that in June sales are usually dragged down, due to mid-year licence plates, which are released in July. Volkswagen holds the market throne, while Toyota improves in double-digits.
Irish cars market in 2018 fell down again 4.2% confirming the recent years negative trend. Volkswagen is still on the top of the ranking. The Hyundai Tucson takes the lead with a spectacular year-end, beating the Nissan Qashqai by peanuts.
Irish Autos Sales fell down 10.4% in the 2017 with consumer confidence hit by EC focus on reducing the fiscal impact of internet company based in the country and government is negotiating for BREXIT effects. While losing 10% Volkswagen was market leader.
Irish auto sales boomed 23% in the first half fueled by a rocking economy. Volkswagen on top of the list albeit slow sales trend while many brands reported deep ups like Hyundai and Renault.
Ireland Car Market in Q1 2016 kept the amazing speed improving 28.5% fueled by the fastest economic growth rate in the European Union. Volkswagen leadership is challenged by Hyundai and Volkswagen.
Ireland Car Market in 2015 recovered the 30% fueled by a roaring economy. Following the 2014 strong increase the sales figures are now back over the 100.000 units. Volkswagen is leader with the Golf best-seller.
Ireland new cars market soared 30% in the first nine months 2015 thanks to a robust third quarter performance. Dacia Duster and Ford Mondeo jumped into the September podium.
Ireland Cars Sales Figures outstanding in the first half 2015 albeit June's sales fell 15 percent. Fueled by a strong economic environment, the market stands among the best in Europe this year at highest level in 8.
2014 Irish Car Sales Figures up 29 percent with a streak of 12 growing months. Volkswagen is market leader again and Golf the preferred vehicles, while the sales boost of recently introduced Dacia is definitively the fact of the year.
Irish Vehicle Market is fast recovering surging 30% in the first nine months of 2014 pushed by a strong recovery of national economy. Volkswagen Group leads the competition albeit losing share challenged by Nissan-Renault group.
Irish Vehicle Market was up only 1% in June 2014 posting the sixth year on year increase in a string and confirming the renovated momentum thanks to strong increase on private and fleet consumer’s demand. Volkswagen was back on top.
Ireland car market rose 8% in May 2014 posting the fifth double digit consecutive increase. The car sales were pushed by renovated consumers’ confidence and more cash available for car loans after a long period of financial restrictions.
Irish market is fast recovering as car demand surged 28% in April, keeping the momentum started on January first after three years of decline. Market is pushed by recovering economy and now projects a full year volume again above 100.000 units.
Ireland car market boomed again ending the first quarter with an impressive growth from last year. A new king is arrived, with second generation Qashqai market leader. See All-brands and top models ranking.
February 2014 was really positive for the Irish car market, following a booming January when sales grew almost one third from year ago. Toyota is challenging Volkswagen leadership thanks to Corolla and Auris performance. Nissan in good shape for high Micra sales.
December 2013 was irrelevant on full year performance due to the really marginal volume and the Irish car market ended the year posting the third loss in a row. Following a robust share increase, Hyundai was voted the Brand of the Year. Golf, the Model of the Year.