Germany best selling cars ranking in 2019 was dominated for the 44rd year by the Volkswagen Golf with a wide gap over Tiguan, Polo. The Volkswagen T-Roc jumped from the previous year's 25th position up to the 5th position, scoring a plus 245.6%.
Spain best selling cars ranking in 2019 is dominated by the Dacia Sandero jumping in the first place with year-to-date sales up 13%, followed by the Seat Leon and the Nissan Qashqai. Seat Ibiza slid in the fourth position with sales down 33%.
Switzerland Auto Market fell down even in February with 22.176 sales (-0.5%). Brand leader Volkswagen recorded sales up 25.6%, distancing Mercedes and Skoda even though both in very good shape. Tesla scored an outstanding performance - up 754.1% - thanks to new Model 3.
Swaziland Vehicles Market is struggling hit by the fall of mineral prices, decline in the tourism and transport sectors. Sales kept declining in 2018 with 1.801 units sold, losing 18.3% from the previous year. Toyota led the market with 27% of share.
Singapore Car market went immediately down in February after the previous month's boom, with registrations at 5.010 (-4%). Honda kept the leadership in an unchanged podium, while behind Mazda and BMW were struggling, both losing 2 spots.
Europe best selling cars ranking in February within 44 markets in the continent, from Portugal to Russia. The Volkswagen Golf is again the best-selling car, followed by the Renault Clio and the Volkswagen Polo. The Nissan Qashqai falls at the edge of the Top 10.
Botswana vehicles sales grew 1.3% in 2018 interrupting the previous years' negative trend, with sales at 6.831. Toyota held the crown - holding 40% of share - ahead of Nissan and a stunning Isuzu, soaring to 49.5%.
Namibian Auto Market kept the negative pace in the 2018 signing the fourth annual lost in a row with 11.428 sales (-6%). Toyota declined by 6% but still holding 44.3% of market share, while Volkswagen widened the gap from Nissan.
Ecuadorian vehicles market kept the impressive momentum in 2018 with 136.738 sales, up 32.1%. Chevrolet was still on top, holding 35.2% of share, ahead of Kia and Hyundai. The winner of the year was Toyota, soaring to 66.9%.
Ivory Coast Car Market kept momentum in 2018 gaining 14% with 11.354 sales. Toyota held the throne with 16.5% of share, while Suzuki was the winner of the year, up a stunning 81.1%. The Toyota Hilux consolidated the market lead.
Japan Auto Market fell marginally down in February with 468.709 sales (-1.1%). The leader Toyota outpaced the market holding 28.1% of share, while Daihatsu impressed, up in double-digit. The Nissan Note is still the best regular car.
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Bulgarian vehicles sales in February recorded 3.136 units, up 0.3%. Dacia, displaying an outstanding performance (+35.2%), dominates with 13.1% of share. Volkswagen slides in the fourth place (+20.5%), overtaken by Renault and Skoda in the second and the third place respectively.
Czech Republic Autos sales kept, in February, the previous month's negative trend recording 18.847 sales, down 6.7%. Skoda still led the market with 34.8% market share and 6.565 registrations, while Dacia overtaking Hyundai, reached the third place. Peugeot remarkable performance ended up with +35.6%.
Turkish Autos Market saw no improvement in February with sales down an awful 47.1% and 24.875 units. Renault, overtaken by Fiat - the new market leader - performed poorly (-53.3%). While, Volkswagen (-45.4%) entered the podium overtaking Ford (-47.9%).
Swedish Auto Market kept falling as well in February with 23.146 sales, down 13.1%. Volvo, losing in double-digit managed to hold the first position with 19.5% market share. On the other side, Kia (+11.1%) and Mercedes (+8.2%), scored remarkable performances.
Finnish cars market keeping the previous month's negative tone, registered 8.053 sales in February (-10.1%). Toyota is still first but down 22.1% with 979 sales, while Skoda shrinking the gap with an outstanding performance (+22.5%), records 992 sales.