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%.
Uruguayan Vehicles Market in February even decelerating its free-fall, ended with a negative 6.7% with 3.122 units sold. Renault maintained the pole position, despite a fall of 31.1%. Fiat (-47.8%), regardless Suzuki (+94.6%) and Volkswagen (30.9%) outstanding performances, conquered the second place.
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.
Dutch Auto Market dropped down 15.4% in February, keeping the previous month negative trend, ending with 29.947 sales. Volkswagen kept is domination, registering the only positive performance - plus an excellent 38.8% - in the Top 10. The best-selling model is Volkswagen Golf.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.