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Bulgarian vehicles sales fell down 15% in October under the post-WLTP standard introduction effect. However 2018 is growing 8% and the growing momentum looks untouched thanks to the strong domestic economy.
Bulgarian car sales ended the 2017 with a strong performance, up 19.8% from the previous year, thanks to the positive economic environment. Dacia is market leader but Koreans are gaining spaces, with Kia star of the year, up 123%.
Bulgarian Cars Market in 2016 posted the highest sales level since 2010, postingt the third increase in a string. Dacia remained the most popular brand, pushed up by Dokker. Great Wall is collapsing.
Bulgaria vehicles sales in Q1 2016 kept gaining ground fueled by accelerated economy. Dacia confirmed leadership, Skoda has lost a place on the podium. The Renault Captur fell down in fifth position.
Bulgaria Best Selling Cars ranking in the 2015 led again by the Dacia Dokker while Nissan Qashqai advanced in third and Renault Captur jumped in the podium.
Bulgaria Car Industry in 2015 reports a strong increase thanks to a wonderful Q4 with sales improved over 30%. Renault jumped in second place thanks to strong demand on the compact SUV Captur.
Bulgaria new vehicles market up 12% in the 2015 fueled by economy acceleration and strong private consumption. The market is also pushed up by demand for new cars exported in Western Europe. Dacia is the market leader.
Renault dominates the Bulgaria Light Vehicle Market in the first half 2015 that was finally positive with June scoring the best increase in the last five years. Renault Captur was the best-selling model.
Bulgaria Light Vehicles Sales up 8% in Q1 2015, fueled by strong sales on Renault that is challenging the Dacia leadership. Skoda Octavia still on top, while Renault Clio and Captur reduce the gap.
2014 reported a little recovery for the Bulgarian Vehicles Market still very far from “good times” volume. Dacia is market leader ahead of Volkswagen and Toyota.
Bulgarian car market in November slipped 6 percent ending the year with a slow pace after a robust increase scored in the first part of the year. Dacia was pushed on top of the list by sharp sales increase scored on Dokker, the best-selling model.
Q3 2014 Bulgarian car market reduced the speed albeit cumulative performance stands 10 percent above last year. Volkswagen is losing terrain and now risks the fourth place under the Ford attack. All statistics on Brands, Groups & Models.
Q1 2014 Bulgaria car market boomed following the little increase posted last year. Indeed, the light passenger vehicles sales have been 5.515, up 18.9% from last year with the first three months growing respectively 21.9%, 9.9% and 25.0% with March posting the 10th year on year increase in a row.
December 2013 was the seventh growing month in a row for Bulgarian car market with full year performance flat from last year following a long decline. Dacia was the new market leader outpacing Volkswagen, now second, with Dacia Dokker best-selling model.
October 2013 sales statistics were widely positive for the Bulgarian car market, with a double digit increase, the third in a row, which moved the cumulated 2013 performance in black. Dokker and Sandero pushed up Dacia performance, while Nissan Qasquai was the bestselling model.
Bulgarian car market rose 11.1% in August 2013 pushed by Dacia strong sales volume. Year to date sales were still down, but only by 1.5%. Dacia high performance was driven by new Dokker success with this model advanced in top of model ranking.
In June 2013, the car market in Bulgaria posted a strong recovery surging 20.3% from last year and was able to end the first half with a loss contained in 5.4%. Nissan was the winner of the month almost doubling share thanks to Qasquai.
May confirmed the negative trend of new vehicles market in Bulgaria, as sales dropped 20.3% from last year. Toyota advanced in first position thanks to booming sales on Yaris, while Dacia in second placed three models in 2nd, 3rd and 4th place.
Following a weak start of the year, Bulgarian car market is recovering and in March was positive by 7.9% from last year, ending the first quarter down only 6.4%. Kia Sportage soared in first among models while Toyota and Volkswagen were leader together.
Following a weak January, the Bulgarian car market recovered in February posting a 33.7% increase from last year, with cumulative sales at February positive by 8.7%. Great Wall partially recovered the January black out with 2 models back in Top 10.