Portugal vehicle figures in July hit the 38th y.o.y. increase in a string.

Portugal vehicle figures

Portugal vehicle figures in July hit the 38th y.o.y. increase in a string. Renault and Peugeot led the competition with Clio and 208. Mercedes advanced in third place while Volkswagen lost 2 spots.

Market Outlook

On 7 July, the European Commission concluded that Portugal and Spain had both breached the budget deficit limits last year. This put the two countries on the path to penalties that could include fines of up to 0.2% of GDP and a partial suspension of EU funds. The move is unprecedented and means that both countries are on course to become the first ever Eurozone economies to be sanctioned for breaking EU fiscal rules.

Meantime the automotive industry is recovering as the entire economy.

Indeed, according to data released by the A.C.A.P., the Portuguese Association of Car Producers, in July the domestic car market speed was slight, improving only 0.5% at 15.632 units.

Year to date figures of 134.249, up 15.5%. July was the 38th year-on-year growing month in a string.

Competitive Arena

In July, Renault was market leader with 1.881 sales (+27.5%) with market share at 12.0%. In second place Peugeot with 1.482 units (+0.7%) and in third place there was Mercedes with 1.230 (+1.7%).

Behind BMW with 1.148 (+1.7%), Volkswagen with 1.122 (-28.7%), Nissan with 1.004 (+18.7%) and the fast growing Seat with 851 (+13.9%).

At group wise, Renault Nissan was in first place with 20.8% of market share followed by the Volkswagen Group with 18.6% and the other French Group, P.S.A. with 14.2%.

As far as the best-selling models performance, the Renault Clio was the new leader with 784 sales (+29.2%) followed by the Peugeot 208 with 602 (+29.2%), the Seat Ibiza with 582 (+18.8%), the Volkswagen Golf with 554 (+15.2%) and the Renault Captur with 505 (+11.7%).

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 report year to date data updated.

 

Rank JulRank 2016BrandSales JulSales YTD JulVar JulVar YTD JulShare JulShare YTD Jul
11Renault1.88116.69827,5%24,6%12,0%12,4%
22Peugeot1.48212.6570,7%13,6%9,5%9,4%
34Mercedes1.2309.7761,7%20,4%7,9%7,3%
45BMW1.1489.3021,7%14,6%7,3%6,9%
53Volkswagen1.12211.161-28,7%-1,1%7,2%8,3%
67Nissan1.0047.56818,7%10,0%6,4%5,6%
711Seat8515.37313,9%9,1%5,4%4,0%
88Fiat8167.535-8,6%28,7%5,2%5,6%
910Audi7605.693-11,0%-4,7%4,9%4,2%
106Opel7378.269-13,4%23,0%4,7%6,2%
1112Ford6745.347-6,8%-5,1%4,3%4,0%
129Citroen6646.45212,7%15,5%4,2%4,8%
1313Toyota5065.1892,6%17,6%3,2%3,9%
1415Dacia3633.156-5,2%26,4%2,3%2,4%
1514Kia3353.19313,2%41,9%2,1%2,4%
1616Volvo3102.698-0,6%20,9%2,0%2,0%
1718Smart2861.86938,8%18,0%1,8%1,4%
1820Hyundai2691.60443,1%47,7%1,7%1,2%
1919Mini1961.7108,3%23,5%1,3%1,3%
2021Mazda1841.59133,3%116,2%1,2%1,2%
2117Skoda1741.941-52,6%-8,2%1,1%1,4%
2223Honda1621.43221,8%57,5%1,0%1,1%
2322Mitsubishi1161.465-38,0%14,7%0,7%1,1%
2425DS7852577,3%25,0%0,5%0,4%
2527Jaguar72396188,0%169,4%0,5%0,3%
2624Land Rover65584-26,1%18,9%0,4%0,4%
2726Alfa Romeo57469-6,6%10,6%0,4%0,3%
2828Lexus40226122,2%10,8%0,3%0,2%
2929Suzuki1812638,5%100,0%0,1%0,1%
3030Jeep1786-15,0%-19,6%0,1%0,1%
3131Porsche873-38,5%-31,8%0,1%0,1%
3232Lancia425-50,0%-55,4%
3333Maserati222-60,0%15,8%
3435Lotus15
Rank JulRank 2016GroupSales JulSales YTD JulVar JulVar YTD JulShare JulShare YTD Jul
11Renault-Nissan3.24827.42220,1%20,4%20,8%20,4%
22Volkswagen2.91524.244-18,0%-0,7%18,6%18,1%
33PSA2.22419.6345,7%14,5%14,2%14,6%
44Mercedes Daimler1.51611.6457,1%20,0%9,7%8,7%
55BMW1.34411.0122,6%15,9%8,6%8,2%
67FCA8968.146-9,4%25,9%5,7%6,1%
76General Motors7378.269-13,4%23,0%4,7%6,2%
89Ford6745.347-6,8%-5,1%4,3%4,0%
910Hyundai-Kia6044.79724,8%43,8%3,9%3,6%
108Toyota5465.4156,8%17,3%3,5%4,0%
Rank JulRank 2016ModelSales JulSales YTD JulyVar JulVar 2016
11Renault Clio7847.54229,2%19,9%
22Peugeot 2086024.56829,2%21,0%
38Seat Ibiza5823.36218,8%8,9%
46Volkswagen Golf5543.74015,2%-4,6%
54Renault Captur5053.95911,7%25,3%
610Mercedes A Class4343.238-0,5%22,9%
75Renault Mégane4123.90431,2%33,4%
811Nissan Qashqai3743.175-11,0%-4,9%
99Peugeot 3083663.3527,6%12,4%
1017Audi A33222.15611,8%-7,7%
1115Peugeot 20083102.5087,6%22,1%
1213BMW 1 Series3062.533-3,2%2,0%
137Opel Corsa2993.5503,1%13,7%
1418Mercedes C Class2492.11716,4%15,3%
1519Ford Focus2472.098-5,4%-14,2%
1645Nissan Micra243908478,6%32,4%
1725Ford Fiesta2301.661-24,1%-23,3%
1712Opel Astra2302.884-25,1%36,4%
1820Fiat 5002252.0960,0%29,5%
1932BMW 3 Series2241.397-5,5%-7,1%
1931Nissan Juke2241.42654,5%63,9%
2014Citroen C32222.5223,7%31,5%
2130Citroen C4 Cactus2181.44935,4%6,0%
2216Toyota Yaris1872.1947,5%14,7%
2341Audi A41801.02423,3%15,6%
2462Fiat Tipo172599
2526Seat Leon1711.650-19,7%5,4%
2628Dacia Sandero1701.562-2,3%42,9%
2624Toyota Auris1701.724-17,1%19,5%
2729Volvo V401681.5473,1%15,5%
2842Smart Fortwo1661.00632,8%13,5%
2921Fiat Punto1611.970-54,1%-10,8%
3036BMW 4 Series1601.10118,5%-0,6%

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