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Croatian Auto market in 2018 grew for the fifth time in a row - up 18.3% - closing the year with 60.039 sales. Volkswagen remains the market leader. The Skoda Octavia is the best-selling model ahead of the Renault Clio and the Volkswagen Golf.
Croatian car market is booming fueled by buoyant private consumption. In the 2017 sales improved 18.3% Volkswagen is market leader ahead of Skoda and Opel while the Skoda Octavia has taken the leadership ahead of Clio and Focus.
Croatia Vehicles Sales 2016 posted a vigorous increase, sustained by the economic recovery. The sector advanced at the best since 2010, still far from record. Hyundai the best, Kia the worse.
Croatia Autos Sales roars in third quarter fueled by good economic momentum. While the top list of car brands is stable, behind Suzuki and Hyundai are fast growing.
Croatia Vehicles Market in First Half 2016 recorded a vigorous performance. Renault jumped in third place while the Ford Focus was the new guest on the podium, scoring an outstanding climb.
Croatia Car Market Q1 2016 good start with sales up 9.6%. The sector keeps the recovery after the shy 2015 with several brands scoring outstanding increase, like Ford. Suzuki, Toyota, Fiat and Volvo.
Croatia Car Market in 2015 moderately rose albeit fast economic recovery. Volkswagen, Opel and Skoda are on the podium while Volkswagen Golf was the best-selling model followed by Opel Astra and Renault Clio.
Croatia new cars market is moderately growing after Q3 2015 albeit the economy is finally out of the deep recession started in the 2009. Volkswagen, Opel and Skoda are on podium while Suzuki Vitara was 4th in September.
Economic recovery is pushing up the Croatian automotive industry and the first half 2015 finally ended up following seven years of decline. Renault Clio was the best-selling model in June.
Croatia Light Vehicle Sales rose 6% in first four months 2015. Dacia roars gaining 9 positions and landing in 4th place challenging the podium hold by Volkswagen, Opel and Skoda. The best-selling model is again the Volkswagen Golf.
Croatian Automotive Sector failed the renaissance plan in the 2014 posting a weak increase from the negative peak posted in the previous year. In December the market fall 25 percent embarrassing observers and EU fans.
Croatian Vehicle Market towards a positive end of the year. Volkswagen Polo jumped on top of the list with an amazing performance outpacing Volkswagen Golf and Skoda Octavia. See all statistics on Brands, Groups and Models.
Croatia Vehicle Market in first half 2014 in double digit thanks to a strip of sixth consecutive year on year growing month. Skoda is rapidly gaining space in the market with June sales grew 148% ending the half on the podium.
Croatian Automotive Sector celebrates the entrance in European Community finally posting a positive first quarter of the year, after five years of continuous losses..
Croatian car market in 2013 posted the sixth consecutive declining year for this market. Volkswagen market leader. See Top Brands & Models ranking..
November 2013 confirmed the new trend taken by Croatian car market after the summer, with a new double digit increase from last year, partially offsetting the awful first half performance reducing the year to date loss at 15%. Volkswagen was the strong leader.
October 2013 was sunshine for car market in Croatian, as finally the market reported a positive year on year data. However, the market is running toward the end of the year with one of the deepest lost in Europe and in absence of positive economic data the sky is still full of clouds.
Croatian car market rose 2.8% in September 2013 driven by strong sales posted by Peugeot, Hyundai Opel and Audi. The market leader Volkswagen recovered share following two months of trouble, posting Golf and Polo on top of model ranking.
August car market was negative again in Croatia, mirroring a not easy economic environment with record unemployment rate and negative GDP. August car sales fell by 10.9% with year to date volume down 18.2%. Golf, as market leader, in the only stable fact.
While Croatia joined the European Community only on July the first, the Croatian car market had anticipated this event, joining the group of depressed European market already since many months. First half 2013 ended down 23.9%.