Japan Auto Market signed the second consecutive double-digit gain in September, registering 547.904 units (+12.9%). Impressive performances were scored by the leader Toyota (+23.4%) and Daihatsu (+31.8%). Isuzu lost 21.7% from the previous year.
Korean Vehicles Market gained 4.1% in September with sales at 132.611. The leader Hyundai - ahead of Kia and SsangYong - underperformed (-3.8%). Renault Samsung jumped in 4th position, while Mercedes reported a stunning performance (+296.7%), a few units behind Chevrolet.
Czech Republic Autos sales went up 8.7% in September with 15.748 units sold. Skoda reached 40% of market share, followed by a spectacular Volkswagen (+68.7%) and Hyundai. Dacia and Toyota dropped down in double-digits.
British Vehicles Market in September was up just 2.1%, selling 345.278 units. Volkswagen lost the second position despite surging to 20.6%, while Seat gained 7 spots from the previous year. The leader Ford held the throne with over 10% of share.
Finnish cars market soared artificially at 27.9% in September with 8.319 sales, registering the first positive performance in over a year. Toyota held the crown with 15.3% of share while Skoda – up 34.7% – outpaced Volkswagen. Opel marked a stunning +88.6%.
French vehicle market surged to 15.8% in September with 173.461 units sold. Renault soared 29.8%, reaching 21% of market share, ahead of Peugeot, Citroen and a spectacular Volkswagen. The Renault Clio held the crown, improving by 19.1%.
Dutch Auto Market in September soared 32.9% with 38.043 units sold. Volkswagen boomed 166.7% but holding just 6% of share, followed by Opel and Peugeot. Indeed, the star of the year is Tesla – entering into the Top 10 – thanks to a spectacular Tesla Model 3.
Swedish Auto Market in September soared 40% with 26.753 sales. Volvo – surging 29.3% – held 16% of share, while Volkswagen hit a stunning +118.6%. Seat grew 45.5%, entering into the Top 10. The Volvo S/V60 was the best-selling car, booming 87.5%.
Argentina Auto Sales in September fell down 31.4% with 32.315 units sold. Volkswagen held 16.8% of market share, despite losing near 20% from the previous year. A huge drop was reported by Renault, being also overtaken by Toyota.
Brazil Vehicles Market in September grew 9.1% with 223.240 units sold. Chevrolet and Volkswagen improved in double-digits, while Fiat increased by 8.4%. Impressive performance reported by Renault (+21.6%), up two spots from the previous year.
Belgium Auto Sales soared 31.5% in September with 35.685 units sold. The leader Volkswagen surged to 64.3% – with just 7.8% of share – while Mercedes (+56.8%) gained the 4th position. Audi and Citroen boomed over 150%.
Norwegian Auto Market in September grew 1.8% with 10.811 sales. Tesla – reaching 25.5% of share – surged to 37% and increased the gap from the former leader Volkswagen, which soared artificially at 90.8%. Nissan was unable to react, losing over 40%.
Spanish autos market in September surged artificially by 19.6% with 84.925 units sold, due to the WLTP introduction’s negative effect on September 2018. Peugeot and Seat grew in double-digits, but the best Top 10 performances were registered by Volkswagen (+55.3%) and Renault (+85.8%).
Italian Autos Market surged 13.3% in September with 142.573 units sold. Fiat reported a positive performance (+3.6%) while Volkswagen reached 9.9% of share, soaring at 44.9%. Dacia boomed at 85.4%, with the Duster gaining the 5th position.
South Africa Auto Sales in September lost 1.1% with 46.612 units sold. The leader Toyota kept 24.5% of share, while Ford declined in double-digits. Impressive performance scored by Suzuki, gaining the 9th place, while BMW lost 2 positions.
MENA Car Market in August went down 0.8% with 152.991 units sold. However, year-to-date figures are still on a positive score (+2.6%). Iraq and Yemen growing at fast speed – improving over 50% – while Bahrain, Morocco, Oman and Syria are declining in double-digits.
Best Selling Cars Models in China in 2019 is under the leadership of the Volkswagen Lavida, which, however, is keeping a stable trend. The Nissan Sylphy holds the second place while the Wuling Mini Truck gained the podium, soaring at a stunning 38.7%.
Ukrainian Cars market in August surged 12.5% with 8.255 sales, leading year-to-date figures on a positive path. Outstanding performances scored by Renault – leading with 17.2% of share – and Kia. Volkswagen is reacting (+44.7%), after losing 4 positions from the past year.
Indonesian Vehicles Sales in August went down 8.6% with 83.309 units sold. Disappointing performances scored by the Honda, Suzuki and Mitsubishi, all declining in double-digits. Nissan boomed 243% thanks to the new Livina.
Georgian vehicles market has grown 17.8% in August with 377 sales. The leader Toyota kept dominating with 32.4% of share, followed by Hyundai. An outstanding performance was scored by Renault, jumping in 3rd position.