Hungarian Vehicles Market soars 10.4% in May with 14.207 sales. Suzuki is falling in double-digit, despite holding the leadership. Skoda (+27.6%) holds 10.1% pf share, overtaking Ford. Renault, Dacia and Opel are in very good shapes.
Hungarian Vehicles Market grew up a robust 17.4% in 2018 ending the year with 136.534 units sold, improving for the 8th year in a row. Suzuki was on top of the list placing two models in the podium, with the Vitara - the market leader - and the SX4 Cross.
Hungary cars figure ends the 2017 with a oustanding +21% over doubling sales in the last five years. Demand is sustained by a spectacular GDP increase and should continues in 2018. Suzuki is leader ahead of Ford and Skoda. Vitara the best seller.
Hungary Autos Sales are booming with a Q3 above observers expectations. While Suzuki kept the leadership fueled by a roaring Vitara, Ford advanced into the top three.
Hungary Cars Market in Q1 2016 kept the pace growing 15.4%. Thanks to the outstanding success of the new Vitara, Suzuki took the market leadership outpacing Opel and Skoda. Several brands reported strong performances.
Hungary cars market in 2015 recovered 14% in the best year out of the last seven albeit the economic environment still lost steam. Opel confirmed the leadership while the new Suzuki Vitara jumped in second place.
Hungary new cars sales rose in double-digit in Q3 2015 fueled by strong domestic demand and rebates offered by top brands engaged in the fight for leadership. Opel and Ford are losing terrain towards Skoda & Suzuki.
Hungary Vehicles Sector kept momentum with the 18th winning month in a row in June and with a first half ended in double-digit pulled up by the battle between Opel, Skoda and Ford. Suzuki Vitara on podium.
Hungary Cars Market run the Q1 2015 in double-digit and March hits the 15 consecutive year on year growth in a row. Opel pushed up by the new market leader the compact SUV Mokka.
Hungarian Automotive Industry recovers 20% in the 2014 scoring the fourth annual increase in a string. However the market is far one third from the record hit ten years ago.
Hungary Car Market kept growing in Q3 2014 with speed near 20% and achieving the 9th year over year growth in a string while Volkswagen has lost terrain and Opel was the fastest growing brand. All statistics inside.
Hungarian Vehicle Market in June was fast again keeping the strong momentum started at the end of last year. In the first half, total sales grew over 20% from last year with amazing performance for Opel and Ford.
Hungarian automotive industry is recovering and in May the domestic new car passengers market grew a robust 15% from year ago. Opel and Ford keep fighting for leadership while Fiat in May jumped in 5th pushed up by 500 sales.
Hungarian Car Market fast started the 2014, following the double digit increase scored in 2013. Year to date April sales were up 22% and the market finally looks in the path of a full recovery after the deep loss reported in 2009.
December 2013 data have confirmed the recovery of the Hungarian car market that ended the year with the fourth annual increase in a string. Skoda ended the year as leader ahead of Suzuki and Nissan. Opel was the best performer of the year.
November 2013 was again up for Hungarian automotive market as sales kept momentum rising for the 9th consecutive month. Ford reinforced the recent leadership in the market ahead of the rival Opel, with Focus best-selling model outpacing Skoda Octavia.
October 2013 was finally the month when the comparison of 2013 cumulated data with the previous year were positive, pushed up by a roaring October sales volume, improved 28.3% from year ago. Suzuki launched last generation of SX4 with outstanding sales results.
Following years of decline, the Hungarian car market is finally recovering this year and in September posted a huge 32.2% increase from last year with year to date sales up 4.4%. Toyota more than doubled market share soaring in 5th place.
August car market was really positive in Hungary, growing a robust 17.7% from year ago and moving the cumulated sales in positive territory, by a little 1.6%. In the strong commercial battle, Opel was the strongest keeping the leadership ahead of Volkswagen.