Pakistani Vehicles Sales is still free-falling in May (-19.3%) with 18.342 units sold. Suzuki easily remains on top with 55% of market share, while falling in down 13.5%. The Suzuki WagonR records a remarkable performance (+12.3%).
Colombian Auto Market, despite the previous months' negative trend, in May records a new important gain (+8.3%) with 21.906 units sold. The brand leader Renault is growing in double-digit (+18.9%), while Chevrolet and Nissan poorly perform. Toyota marks a fantastic +31.1%.
Austrian Car Sales is declining (-6.3%) in May with registrations at 30.569. Volkswagen stays on top, while free-falling (-24%). On the other side, Skoda and Seat are growing in double-digit ranking 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Japan Auto Market maintains a positive trend, registering in May +6.6% with 396.135 units sold. Toyota (+13.4%) is holding the crown, followed by Honda growing in double-digit. Astonishing performances scored by Mitsubishi and Isuzu.
Australia Vehicles Market in May keeps declining at a constant pace (-8.3%) with 89.845 units sold. Toyota manages to contain the fall with 20.9% of market share. The only two shy gains within the Top10 are recorded by Ford and Kia.
Mexico Cars Market in May is still declining (-10.8%) with 102.094 units sold. The Brand leader Nissan is losing in double-digit even this month, followed by Chevrolet and Volkswagen. Suzuki, ignoring the surrounding gloom, registers +39.8%.
Moroccan Cars Market declined by 9.1% in May with 11.512 sales. Dacia leads with 30% of share, while Renault soared 39.8%. Despite holding the third place, Hyundai registered the worst performance (-61.6%), followed by Peugeot (+47.5%).
Switzerland Best Selling Cars ranking in May shows - on top - the unchanged leader the Skoda Octavia. The Mercedes A-Class records a huge gain, ranking 6th, immediately followed by the new Tesla Model3.
Germany best selling cars ranking in May was dominated for the 44rd year by the Volkswagen Golf with a wide gap over Tiguan, Polo. The Skoda Octavia (+10.9%) conquers the 6th place, undertaking the Volkswagen T-Roc.
Netherlands best selling cars year-to-date has the Volkswagen Polo back on top, just few units ahead of the Ford Focus, up an astonishing 71.7%. The Opel Astra and the Kia Niro grow in double-digit.
Spain best-selling cars ranking in 2019 sees the Seat Leon maintains the first place, followed by the Nissan Qashqai and the Dacia Sandero. The Peugeot 3008 - up two spots - records a significant performance (+21.7%), overtaking the Citroen C3.
Singapore Car market fell suddenly down 15% in May, with 6.308 units sold. The Top brands - Honda and Toyota - both declined in double-digits, while Hyundai and Kia ran against the negative trend. Huge drops were registered by Mazda and Nissan.
Bulgarian vehicles sales surged 28.3% in May with 4.538 sales. Dacia - the market leader - is now followed by Skoda, which has overtaken Renault, by booming 79% this month. Outstanding performances were scored by Nissan and Opel.
Ukrainian Cars market grew 4.1% in May, with 6.947 sales, bringing year-to-date figures on a positive track. All top brands performed brilliantly, with Renault holding the lead despite Toyota boomed 45.6%. Skoda and Volkswagen dropped in double-digits.
Luxembourg Car Market in the April grew 11.3% with sales at 5.639. Volkswagen led the market with 13.1% of share - soaring 32.5% - followed by Mercedes, overtaking BMW (-8.8%). Impressive performance was scored by Audi, surging to 28.6%.
Danish Auto Sales in May signed the second consecutive large drop in a row, with 19.074 unit sold (-15.5%). Heavy losses were registered by Peugeot and Toyota, while Skoda, Mercedes and Audi were the only positive performers in the Top 10.