Netherlands Cars Market in First Half 2016

Netherlands Cars Market in First Half 2016

Netherlands Cars Market in First Half 2016 has lost moderately albeit the Q2 recover. All top models are losing volume while new models are catching customer’s preference. Opel advanced in the podium.

Market Outlook

The Dutch economy grew at the fastest pace in a year in Q1, supported by private and government consumption as well as by a recovery in the external sector.

The positive momentum seems to have partially dissipated in Q2 and the economic picture is now mixed: while the NEVI Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index decreased marginally in June, business confidence grew in the same month—though the PMI came out before the Brexit vote.

Meantime, after the contraction scored in the first two months of the year, the Dutch domestic cars market partially recovered during the second quarter.

April recorded the lower increase year to date followed by May and June not more impressive. Despite the four months in a row with positive performance, the trend of the first half of the 2016 was decline.

According to data released by the RAI vereninging, the Dutch Association of Car Manufacturers, April sales has been 27.783 (+2.9%) followed by May with 29.083 (+4.8%) and June with 39.241 units (+6.5%).

During the first half of the year total car passenger’s sales had been 195.160, down 3.0%

Competitive Arena

In the first half of 2016 Volkswagen retains the first place with 21.283 sales (-16.8%) with market share at 11.0% followed by the new entry on the podium Renault with 16.210 (-6.8%), Opel with 15.604 (+22.1%), Peugeot with 14.983 (-8.6%) and Ford with 11.385 (-6.5%).

Volkswagen dominated the performance by group with market share at 20.9%, followed by Renault-Nissan with 13.2% even like PSA with 11.8%, Hyundai-Kia with 8.6% and General Motors with 8.0%.

In the best-selling model ranking the leader was the Volkswagen Golf with 5.607 sales (-22.7%), ahead to Volkswagen Polo the  with 5.215 (-20.6%) and the Renault Clio with 4.894 (-34.5%).

While the leading models are declining, new stars are growing, with Opel Astra in 9th place (second in June) up 140%, Opel Karl in 12th place with sales up 1863%. Others fast moving models are the Seat Ibiza, the Skoda Superb, the BMW X1.

To see full data on the best-selling car in the year, please see the dedicated report here.

Research, Consulting, Data & Forecast Store

F2M covers intensively this market with several products developed to help any investigation required.

Market Researches in PDF are immediately available for download with study on the market since 2005 and with forecast up to the 2020.

Auto Data in EXCEL are immediately downloadable with annual sales volume, split by month, for all brands and all models distributed in the market. This year data are released year to date, but you will receive a monthly update until the year-end.

All these and more within our Netherlands Store.

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank JuneRank H1 2016BrandSales JuneSales H1 2016Var JuneVar H1 2016Share JuneShare H1 2016
12Renault4.28116.21057,6%-6,8%11,0%8,4%
21Volkswagen3.67221.283-7,6%-16,8%9,4%11,0%
33Opel3.24215.6048,3%22,1%8,3%8,1%
44Peugeot2.65314.983-7,8%-8,6%6,8%7,8%
55Ford2.04411.385-12,6%-6,5%5,2%5,9%
67BMW2.0049.30519,5%1,2%5,1%4,8%
76Kia1.95510.008-0,5%-4,7%5,0%5,2%
811Nissan1.7857.03446,7%-5,6%4,6%3,6%
912Mercedes1.7706.85617,4%-1,0%4,5%3,5%
1014Volvo1.7286.8073,1%-3,5%4,4%3,5%
118Toyota1.5898.21917,5%-5,9%4,1%4,3%
1213Hyundai1.5236.83840,5%19,9%3,9%3,5%
1310Citroen1.4837.288-32,7%-32,9%3,8%3,8%
1415Audi1.3616.780-6,7%-15,1%3,5%3,5%
159Skoda1.2657.71818,7%27,1%3,2%4,0%
1616Fiat1.2216.3959,6%5,9%3,1%3,3%
1717Mazda1.0945.08915,2%38,4%2,8%2,6%
1818Suzuki1.0354.83930,0%-23,4%2,7%2,5%
1919Seat6224.2837,2%10,7%1,6%2,2%
2020Mini5163.20612,4%20,8%1,3%1,7%
2122Dacia4122.40537,8%20,4%1,1%1,2%
2221Mitsubishi4042.790-64,9%-52,5%1,0%1,4%
2323Honda2031.13319,4%56,7%0,5%0,6%
2425Tesla188872-31,9%-3,3%0,5%0,5%
2526Smart1737536,1%-16,1%0,4%0,4%
2629Jaguar171666147,8%139,6%0,4%0,3%
2724Land Rover1571.08720,8%19,2%0,4%0,6%
2827DS112716-25,3%2,1%0,3%0,4%
2928Porsche94701-48,4%-39,7%0,2%0,4%
3032Lexus93441-35,9%-26,0%0,2%0,2%

Rank JuneRank H1 2016GroupSales JuneSales H1 2016Var JuneVar H1 2016Share JuneShare H1 2016
11Volkswagen7.01940.795-3,4%-8,7%17,9%20,9%
22Renault-Nissan6.48725.77053,2%-4,2%16,5%13,2%
33PSA4.24822.987-18,8%-17,8%10,8%11,8%
44Hyundai-Kia3.47816.84614,1%4,0%8,9%8,6%
55General Motors3.24315.6068,3%22,1%8,3%8,0%
66BMW2.52012.51918,0%5,6%6,4%6,4%
77Ford2.04411.385-12,6%-6,5%5,2%5,8%
89Mercedes Daimler1.9437.60916,3%-2,7%5,0%3,9%
911Geely Group1.7286.8073,1%-3,5%4,4%3,5%
108Toyota1.6828.66012,4%-7,2%4,3%4,4%
1110FCA1.3667.2685,6%3,6%3,5%3,7%
1212Mazda1.0945.08915,2%38,4%2,8%2,6%
1313Suzuki1.0354.83930,0%-23,4%2,6%2,5%
1414Mitsubishi4042.790-64,9%-52,5%1,0%1,4%
1516Tata3281.75364,8%47,3%0,8%0,9%
1617Honda2031.13319,4%56,7%0,5%0,6%
1718Tesla188872-31,9%-3,3%0,5%0,4%
1815No Group1861.938994,1%636,9%0,5%1,0%
1919Fuji Heavy Industries41471-25,5%20,8%0,1%0,2%
2021Aston Martin27100,0%75,0%0,0%0,0%

Rank JuneRank H1 2016ModelSales JuneSales H1 2016Var JuneVar H1 2016Share JuneShare H1 2016
13Renault Clio1.4264.89421,4%-34,5%3,7%2,5%
29Opel Astra1.1124.217185,9%140,3%2,9%2,2%
313Hyundai i109963.38079,5%40,1%2,6%1,8%
42Volkswagen Polo9715.215-3,6%-20,6%2,5%2,7%
510Renault Captur9123.99318,6%-16,8%2,4%2,1%
61Volkswagen Golf8905.607-50,7%-22,7%2,3%2,9%
714Nissan Qashqai8303.33411,6%-12,3%2,1%1,7%
86Peugeot 2088224.373169,5%35,3%2,1%2,3%
97Ford Fiesta7994.359-1,4%-12,2%2,1%2,3%
104Volkswagen Up!7714.851217,3%-3,8%2,0%2,5%
1119Renault Twingo7682.722174,3%-4,6%2,0%1,4%
1231Volvo V407471.939-9,6%12,1%1,9%1,0%
1311Fiat 5007323.64534,1%34,4%1,9%1,9%
148Kia Picanto6904.292-2,8%-16,4%1,8%2,2%
155Peugeot 1086504.60542,5%2,2%1,7%2,4%
1620Peugeot 3086282.594-61,0%-52,3%1,6%1,4%
1717Toyota Yaris6102.91688,3%-7,7%1,6%1,5%
1815Opel Corsa5633.154-35,4%-24,4%1,5%1,6%
1916Toyota Aygo5392.978110,5%-2,3%1,4%1,6%
2026Kia Sportage5222.18537,0%69,9%1,3%1,1%
2147Renault Mégane5151.313135,2%8,6%1,3%0,7%
2225BMW 3 Series5032.24132,4%8,8%1,3%1,2%
2329Audi A34992.022-26,5%-43,8%1,3%1,1%
2428Opel Mokka4882.0695,4%4,6%1,3%1,1%
2512Opel Karl4713.456173,8%1863,6%1,2%1,8%
2621Volkswagen Passat4582.557-12,3%-22,2%1,2%1,3%
2722Ford Focus4352.523-29,4%-13,0%1,1%1,3%
2818Peugeot 20084252.84640,7%35,9%1,1%1,5%
2938BMW 2 Series Active Tourer4171.69950,5%11,8%1,1%0,9%
3023Skoda Octavia4032.392-5,6%1,1%1,0%1,2%
3150Mercedes A Class3981.276112,8%17,9%1,0%0,7%
3234Audi A43971.831134,9%81,5%1,0%1,0%
3337Citroen C33941.757-1,7%-4,1%1,0%0,9%
3424Citroen C13902.27821,5%-9,3%1,0%1,2%
3541Citroen C4 Cactus3791.640-47,2%-52,1%1,0%0,9%
3644Mercedes B Class3741.38046,7%17,7%1,0%0,7%
3735Mazda CX-53621.76716,4%4,3%0,9%0,9%
3832Renault Kadjar3601.925304,5%1926,3%0,9%1,0%
3949Kia Cee’d3571.2802,6%18,1%0,9%0,7%
4039Skoda Superb3371.663233,7%344,7%0,9%0,9%

 

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