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%).
Vietnamese vehicles market in May signed an incredible gain of +25.9% with registrations at 26.478. Toyota - on top - marks a fantastic gain, holding 23.9% of market share. Ford more than double its sales. Mitsubishi boomed at +645.9% with the new Mitsubishi Xpander ranking third.
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.
World Best Selling Car ranking in the 2019 was still under the leading of the Toyota Corolla, followed by Ford F-Series. The third place is held by Honda Civic, while the Toyota RAV4 slid in the fourth place. The Ram pick-up enters the Top10 with an outstanding performance (+25.7%).
Denmark Best Selling Cars ranking in May with the new leadership taken by the Nissan Qashqai, followed by the Citroen C3 up in double-digit. The Peugeot 208 slides in the third place, losing -44.1%. The Ford Focus registers an astonishing performance (+52.7%).
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.
India best selling cars ranking in May is still dominated by Maruti, holding the first 6 models of the ranking. The Alto is the leader – even if down 25.1% – followed by Dzire (-33.5%). Fantastic performance scored by the Eeco, the only positive result within the Top10.
World Cars Brand Ranking for April with the Top 50 Brands reported. Toyota cements its domination, keeping the safe gap over Volkswagen (-5%). Chevrolet is falling in double-digit, while BMW records a fantastic gain (+10.1%).
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.
Israel Vehicles Market decreases by 17.8% in May, registering 21.024 sales. Hyundai, holding the throne with 18.6% of market share, manages to contain the fall (-2.9%). Toyota, overtaking Kia (-21.5%), ranks second with a fantastic +59.8%.
Croatian Auto market in May experiences a significant speed reduction, despite registering a positive result (+4.5%) with 9.149 units sold. The brand leader Volkswagen is falling in double-digit, followed by Renault. Opel, ranking third, is growing fast registering +54.7%. Toyota and Peugeot sign astonishing performances.
Finnish cars market is declining even in May (-13.6%) with 10.556 units. The brand leader Toyota is containing the fall, losing -1.6% this month, while Skoda and Volkswagen are both falling in double-digit. The overall top10 is gloomy, while Mitsubishi - ranking 15th - records an astonishing +106.2%.
Czech Republic Autos sales in May is still declining (-6.5%) with 24.059 units. Skoda is of course on top, growing 4.4% with 34.9% of market share. Dacia, ranking third, is in fantastic shape, growing in double-digit. Even Toyota and Renault are recording impressive performances.eps declining reaching 22.921 units (-5.5%). Brand leader Skoda - almost static - holds 34.1% of market share. Mercedes, Dacia and Renault showed impressive performances.