Serbia Car sales has grown again in 2018 with 29.721 sales, marking the fourth consecutive year of gain, up 2.4%. Fiat was again the market leader, despite Skoda took the leadership during the first part of the year. Remarkable performances were scored by Nissan and Lada.
Serbia Car Market kept the momentum in the 2017 increasing 9.7% despite weaker than expected private consumption and small increase in labor market figures. On top of the ranking, the local producer Fiat with a safe margin over Skoda and Volkswagen.
Serbia Car Sales in First Half 2016 up in double-digit fueled by Fiat aggressive commercial policy and economy expansion. While Fiat and Skoda fight for the leadership, Hyundai is emerging fast.
Serbia Car Sales Q1 2016 kept momentum booming 30%. While Skoda kept the leadership ahead of Fiat, the fastest growing brand was Renault, jumped in the third step doubling sales.
Serbia Auto Industry in 2015 up in double-digit thanks to a roaring Q4 when sales improved 33% over the correspondent period in the previous year, Fiat's sales boomed gaining the market leadership over Skoda.
Serbia car passengers sales moderate recovery in Q3 2015 mirroring the data from economic sector as the country finally was out from the prolonged recession. Skoda led ahead of Fiat thanks to the new Fabia success.
2014 Serbian Automotive Industry at lowest in twenty years, despite the re-launch of local production operated by Fiat. Volkswagen Group is expanding the control on the market with Skoda new leader.
Serbian Car Market shocked by Fiat debacle with first half market share fell over 25% while the country is becoming a new feud of Volkswagen Group despite the aggressive performance of the renovated Renault and Toyota team.
Fiat Serbia is struggling losing over one fourth of market share while the domestic car market fell 15% in May posting the fourth year on year decrease in a row. Skoda gained the leadership while Volkswagen in third place boomed sales.
December 2013 Serbian car market was influenced by year end push, mainly applied by Skoda, and sales surged 64.6% from last year. However, the impact of the whole 2013 performance was marginal and the year ended down 4.8% at lowest in fifteen years.
November 2013 reported a new double digit drop for Serbian car market, one of the worst this year in Europe, with Fiat and Skoda ahead of competitors, both gaining share from last year. Hyundai was third achieving the best share among all 39 European markets.
Posting the 19th declining month out last 20th, September 2013 reported a 2.6% decline in sales for the Serbian car market, with cumulated volume down 9.2%. Fiat dominated with share above 20% but Skoda is gaining terrain reducing the gap.
Following the positive performance posted in May, after 15 months of decline, in June 2013 the Serbian car was back on its path, losing 7.6% from last year. Although well sold in Europe, Fiat 500 L production was cut.
Following fifthteen year-on-year declines in a row, finally in May the Serbian car market posted a positive performance compared with the previous year. The winner of the month was Ford able to boost its share to jump on the podium.
The negative momentum of the car market in Serbia continued in April when sales slipped 4.4%, posting the 14th drop in a row. From the start of 2013, market was down 15.6% projecting the sixth annual decline in a row.
Less than 2.000 units registered in March 2013 to confirm a deep crisis for the car market in Serbia. Sales dropped 18.5%, posting the 13th year-on-year lost in a string. First quarter 2013 was down 20.5%. Fiat was back on top.
Mirroring a dramatic economic crisis, the car market in Serbia continues to lose, and in February posted the 13th year-on-year decrease in a row, losing 17.6% from last year. Cumulate sales were down 22.0%. In February Skoda outpaced Fiat in the battle for the leadership.
Posting the fifth consecutive declining year, the Serbian car industry in the 2012 dropped 27.5% from the previous year with December sales down 45.3%. In the 2012 Fiat Group had lost the market leadership and one third of its market share. Skoda is the new leader.