Ford Global performance was negative in the 2018 signing the last decade’s worst performance, down 10.6% at 5.5 million units sold. While sales are negative in several countries the huge -50.8% lost reported in China is the main fall reason. In the recently published study, focus2move team projects volumes at 10.7 million by the 2025.
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%.
India best selling cars ranking is currently dominated by Maruti, holding the Top 6 of the table. The Alto is still first with sales up 23.7%. The Hyundai i20 slides in 7th position, while the Honda Amaze keeps last year’s impressive pace.
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.
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%.
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.
Norwegian Auto Market in February managed to sign a 9% gain with sales at 11.106. Volkswagen (+33.9) is the leader, while Toyota placed again second overtaking BMW. Boosted by new Model 3, Tesla recorded an outstanding performance - up 1154.3% - grabbing the 7th position.
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.
Canada Auto Sales in February fell down 2.1%,recording the 12th consecutive month of year-on-year decline with 123.395 registrations. Ford held the first place with 14.4% market share, registering 17.737 units sold. Remarkable performances for Hyundai up 14.6% and Tesla shining with +422.2%
Austrian Car Sales is still down 10.7% in February keeping the past year's negative tone, with registrations at 23.710. Volkswagen - down 1.2% - is still the leader, while Dacia records an excellent performance - up 11.4% - ignoring the surrounding gloom.
Croatian Auto market keeps falling down 7.6% in February with 3.547 sales. In the first place - even if down 7% - Volkswagen shows up a great gap between the followers, Skoda (-22.8%) and Suzuki (-24.1) registering 546 units sold. Seat with sales up 100% enters the Top 10.
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Asean best selling cars 2018 ranking confirms the leadership under the Toyota Hilux. The best model in Malaysia, the Perodua Axia, advanced in the third step of the podium while the new Mitsubishi Xpander, already best model in Indonesia, landed in eight place.
Korean Vehicles Market fell down 2.3% in February with 122.454 sales mainly due to particularly weak sales of foreign manufacturers. Hyundai was the leader with 49.263 sales (+15.7%). Even both down, GM Korea (-10.8%) and Renault Samsung (-8%) managed to move back into the overall Top 5.
German cars market up 2.7% in February with 268.867 sales, moved back to a positive trend thanks to Volkswagen Group (+3.3%) with year-on-year 101.414 sales. Ford maintained the 4th place, up 10.4% with 21.264 sales. Tesla boosted by the new model Tesla 3 recorded sales up 524%. .