Bulgarian vehicles sales keeps recovering in January with 3.446 registrations, up 6.6%. Dacia is again on the market throne, holding 13.5% of share. Remarkable performances scored by Volkswagen - up in 2nd place - and Suzuki.
Turkish Autos Market kept declining in January with 14.373 sales, down a shocking 59%, hit by high inflation and elevated interest rates. Renault is still the leader, but only few units ahead of Fiat. The Fiat Egea is the best-selling car, while the Renault Clio – up in double-digit – surprises in 2nd place.
Brazil Vehicles Market in January kept the previous year's solid growth, with sales at 191.241 (+8.9%). The market podium is unchanged with Chevrolet holding 18.9% market share. Remarkable performances were scored by Renault - up 2 spots - and Jeep.
Czech Republic Autos sales has lost 17% in January starting the new year with a negative tone, with registrations at 19.283. The podium is unchanged, with Skoda - down 19.6% - dominating the market, while Dacia gained the 4th place, up 14.3%.
Poland Best Selling Car ranking in 2018 is dominated by the Skoda Octavia, back on top after the last year break, despite the model is aged and the new generation is near. Impressive performances registered by the Toyota Yaris and the Auris.
Turkish Autos Market in 2018 hit by currency depriciation collapsed by 35.1%, ending with 620.937 sales. Renault keeps the market lead, ahead of Fiat, Volkswagen and Ford, all falling in double-digit. Fiat Egea is again the best-selling model.
Brazil Vehicles Market in 2018 grew 13.8% with 2.471.626 sales recovering for the second year in a row. The Chevrolet Onix is the best selling model pushing Chevrolet market share at 17%, ahead of Volkswagen, which overtook Fiat.
Brunei cars sales in the 2017 has lost for the fourth year in a string losing 6.5%. The negative economic trend and the lower consumer spending both in private and public sectors keep to hit the automotive sector.
Poland Vehicles Market in 2015 reported a strong increase keeping the 28th place globally. Fueled by robust GDP growth the market was one of the most dynamic in Europe, Skoda is the leader ahead of Toyota.
Poland Best Selling Cars in the 2015 reported with 8 of top 10 positions confirmed. Ford Mondeo and Opel Mokka as fastest growing models while the Skoda Octavia confirmed its strong leadership.
Colombia Light Vehicles Sales are falling down in the 2015 while Renault-Nissan alliance is challenging the General Motors leadership among groups. Ford is struggling and has lost two spots from the 2014 ranking.