Australia Best selling cars ranking in April shows again on top the Toyota Hilux, while Toyota Corolla slides in the 4th place, overtaken by the Mazda3. The Kia Cerato marks an incredible growth of 24.8%, ranking 9th.
Turkey best selling cars ranking in April sees the Fiat Egea on the top, showing a double-digit growth (+26.4%), while Renault Clio conquers the second place. On the other side, the followers records poor performances as the Volkswagen Passat (-75.4%).
India best selling cars ranking is still dominated by Maruti, holding the first 6 models of the ranking. The Alto is the leader – up 5.1% – followed by Dzire, down 19.8%. Remarkable performances scored by the Eeco – entering the Top 10, and the Ertiga, up 7 spots.
Danish Auto Sales registered a huge drop of 13.5% in April with 16.183 units. Volkswagen holds the leadership, despite the impressive decline (-21.7%), as well as its followers Peugeot and Toyota. Skoda, ranking 4th, recorded an outstanding performance (+24%).
Singapore Car market was flat in April (-1.1%) with 2.896 units sold. While Honda held the crown - with 21.7% of share - astonishing performances were scored by Hyundai and Kia, both improving near 50%. Mazda and Nissan have crumbled, losing positions in the ranking.
German cars market remains negative even in April with 310.715 sales (-1.1%). The leader Volkswagen is falling faster than the market (-11.2%), while Mercedes slightly grew 1.6%. BMW marked a double-digit growth (+17.6%) as well as Fiat (+26%).
Austrian Car Sales seams showing sing of recover with a gain of 0.5% in April and registrations at 32.064. Brand leader Volkswagen (-10.7%) - still free falling - followed by Skoda up in double-digit. BMW gained the 6th place overtaking Renault with a fantastic +25.2%.
Kuwaiti Vehicles Market lost 4.1% in March with 10.626 sales. Toyota – holding 29.8% of the market – declined in double-digit, together with Mitsubishi, Kia and Chevrolet. Meanwhile, Nissan and Honda recorded impressive performances, both growing over 35%.
French vehicle market is slightly positive (+0.4%) in April, with 188.197 units sold. Brand leader Renault is still falling faster than the market (-6.6%), while Peugeot holds the highest amount of market share (18.1%). Mercedes and Citroen are both well performing.
Switzerland Auto Market in April is keeping the positive trend (+7.9%) with 28.620 units. The leader, Volkswagen positively performed even this month. However, Skoda jumps in the second place with a fantastic + 54%, overtaking Mercedes. Tesla keeps growing at an incredible pace (+703%).
Korean Vehicles Market in April, is down just 3.5%, compared to the previous month's with 154.515 units. Hyundai cements its leadership by growing 10.9%, while Kia is down 16%. Lexus and Honda performed pretty well, both marking a double-digit growth.
Canada Auto Sales in April is still declining (-4.6%), as the previous months, with 184.150 registrations. Ford is leading the scene despite falling, while Toyota - immediately behind - grows +5.6%. The Top10 best-performer is Ram, growing +31.3%.
Portuguese Auto Market fall down 1.4% in April reducing significantly its speed, with 21.121 registrations. Brand leader Renault gains an impressive 12.2%, as well as Peugeot and Citroen - up one spot - both showing double-digit growth.
Russian Autos Market, despite the previous month's gain, declines 2.7% in April, with 148.296 units. Lada, of course on top, grows only 5.2% as well as Kia (+1.2%). Geely and Haval are still showing outstanding performances, while Nissan loses 55%.
Dutch Auto Market in April is still declining (-3.3%) with 33.149 units sold. Volkswagen keeps easily the leadership, while Peugeot conquers the second place overtaking Opel. BMW marked an outstanding performance with +66.7%.
Polish cars sales got back to the positive trend (+3.9%) in April, with sales at 46.456. Brand leader Skoda grows 8.6%, holding 12.7% of market share. Toyota (+10.5%) jumps in the second place, while Dacia gains a fantastic 50.8% ranking 5th.
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%.