Canada Auto Sales declined 1.5% in July, with 173.774 units sold, marking the 17th negative performance in a row. With 14.2% of share, the leader Ford decreased by 9.4% while Toyota and Chevrolet grew in double-digits. Ram – in 7th position – scored an outstanding +34.1%.
Australia Vehicles Market fell down 2.2% in July with 81.265 sales, signing the 16th consecutive monthly decline. Toyota marked a 5.7% gain, thanks to the Corolla, which soared 25.1%. Heavy losses registered by Mitsubishi, Ford and Nissan, while Holden (-16.8%) lost 3 positions.
Brazil Vehicles Market in July improved by 11.4%, keeping the previous months’ tone, selling 232.246 units. All Top 5 brands signed a double-digit growth, with Toyota gaining 2 spots. Ford, down 9.8%, dropped in 6th position. The Chevrolet Onix – up 19.1% – held the market throne.
Dutch Auto Market in July declined by 4% selling 33.810 units. Volkswagen fell down 7% while outstanding performances were scored by Ford and Toyota, soaring over 35%. The Opel Astra and the Ford Focus kept booming, both able to reach the podium.
Spanish autos market in July signed another negative performance (-8.2%) with 121.012 sales. Seat – the leader – surged 18.6%, ahead of Peugeot (+16%) which has overtaken Volkswagen (-29.1%). Renault scored an awful -44.9%, while being threatened by Citroen’s impressive growth.
Brazil best selling cars ranking in the 2019 updated at the end of July confirms the undisputed leadership of the Chevrolet Onix which have a gap of over 50.000 units over the first followers, the Ford Ka and the Hyundai HB20. The emerging models are the Renault Kwid in fifth place – and the Jeep Renegade, in 9th.
Australia Best selling cars in the 2019, updated with July figures, confirms the leadership of the two pick up made by Toyota and Ford, while the growing availability of the last generation allowed to the Toyota Corolla to take back a place in the podium, overtaking the Mazda3.
Taiwanese Vehicles Sales in July increased by 14.4% selling 44.399 units. Toyota – holding 32.2% of share – surged 19.9% widening the gap from the followers. Outstanding performances scored by Nissan (+41.6%) and Lexus (+60.1%) while Mazda was the worst in the Top 10.
Israel Vehicles Market decreased by 9.7% in July with 22.993 units sold. The leader Hyundai – losing 6.6% – held 16.6% of share, while Toyota has overtaken Kia, signing an impressive +31.9%. Skoda and Nissan registered awful performances, declining near 40%.
Iranian vehicles market keeps an awful trend in June, with 63.337 sales (-41.9%). Saipa went back on top - after being overtaken by Peugeot for a few months - registering the less worrying performance in the Top 10. Renault crumbled down again 43.6%.
German cars market in July immediately recovered from the previous month’s decline, with 331.688 (+4.8%) sales. While the leader Volkswagen lost 6.9%, impressive performances were scored by Mercedes, Ford and BMW. The Mercedes C Class gained the podium, with a stunning 38.3%.
USA vehicles sales is still negative (-1.9%) in June, registering 1.527.171 units sold. Ford maintains the leading position, even if falling faster than the market. Ram registers a new spectacular performance, ignoring the surrounding gloom.
Indian Autos Market was hit by a large sales drop in July, registering 201.827 units (-30.2%). Maruti, the leader holding 47.8% of share, declined 36.76. The negative trend was held by the entire Top 10, except for Volkswagen, which improved by 2.2%.
South Africa Auto Sales in July still shows a negative trend (-4.4%) with 43.510 units sold. The leader Toyota declined 22.3%, and double-digit drops were registered also by Ford and Hyundai. Isuzu scored an outstanding performance, gaining the 7th place.
Kenyan Vehicles Sales declined by 2.4% in June with 968 units sold. Isuzu, the leader, fell down in double-digits, while Toyota and Tata are running fast, soaring over 40% this month. Mitsubishi lost the podium, decreasing by 13.6%.
Nigerian Cars Market in June crumbled 22.8% with 1.303 sales. With 35.1% of share, Toyota fell down in double-digits increasing the distance from Hyundai, down 37.4%. Remarkable performances were scored by Ford and Volkswagen, both surging in double-digits.
Lebanese Cars Market in June decreased by 9.4% with 3.469 sales. Toyota - holding 32.9% of share - improved an outstanding 208.6% while, behind, Nissan and Kia both declined over 30%. Lexus gained the Top 10, signing a remarkable performance.
Jordanian Auto Sales in June grew 9.3% with 2.345 units sold. Toyota signed a stunning 55.1%, widening the gap from the followers, Hyundai and Kia, both showing negative performances. Ford boomed 157%, jumping in 7th position.
Iraqi Cars Sales boomed 211% in April with 5.913 units sold. Kia held the throne - with 36.2% of share - ahead of Hyundai and Toyota, both scoring outstanding performances. Mitsubishi kept the previous months' impressive growth, gaining the 4th spot.
Kuwaiti Vehicles Market in June increased again by 14.1% with 55.710 units sold. Toyota signed a stunning performance (+63.9%), holding over 30% of share. The follower, Nissan, declined 16.8% while Chevrolet conquered the podium, improving in double-digits.