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%).
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%).
World Light Vehicles sales in April declined by 7.2%, with 6.694.638 units sold. Volkswagen Group is confirmed as the market leader, while Toyota holds the second place. BMW signed a remarkable performance (+7%), ranking 12th.
World Best Selling MPV ranking in the 2018 was dominated by the Chinese Wuling Hongguang despite losing 10.5%. However, the rest of the podium changed from the previous year thanks to the success of the Honda Odyssey, second, and the Dodge Gran Caravan, third.
World Best Selling Coupe in the 2018 has been again the Ford Mustang with a wide gap over two Dodge models, the Charger and the Challenger. The segment contracted 4.6% confirming the last years’ trend. FCA group is the leader among manufacturers.
Sport Utility Segment grew up 69% in last 5 years and Toyota, Nissan & Honda are the best brands in the segment. However, Nissan-Renault are the best-selling manufacturers. In the 2018, the best-selling model was the Toyota RAV4 for the second year in a row.
World Best Selling Car ranking in the 2018 was led again by the Toyota Corolla, while the Toyota RAV4 gained the second position, after a tough fight with the Honda Civic. The Jeep Compass & Wrangler are among the fastest growing models.
World Cars Brand Ranking for 2018 with the Top 50 Brands reported. Toyota leadership was undisputed with a safe gap over Volkswagen. Ford fell down 9.1%, while Nissan kept the 4th place after fighting with Honda. Tata was the fastest growing brand (among top 50) in the World.
World Light Vehicles sales in 2018 have lost 0.7% from the previous year due to the introduction of WLTP rules in Europe and Chinese market Q4 deep fall. For the fourth year in a row, Volkswagen Group is the market leader, while Toyota maintained the second place. Ford Group fell down 8.9%!
World Car Group Ranking at the end of 2017 led by Volkswagen with 10.6 million units ahead of Toyota and Renault-Nissan. American brands are the losers, while Japanese are winners. The best performance, however, was the Chinese Geely, up 35% and the worst is Hyundai.
Global Car Market ranking by brand in 2017 led by Toyota. Thanks to the sales acceleration during the second half, Honda has overtaken Nissan in fourth place. Koreans are in free fall due to the sharp lost reported in China. Fastest growing brands are Chinese
Best selling cars in the World in the 2017 reports the global success of SUVs models with Toyota Rav4 and Volkswagen Tiguan escalating positions on top. The event of the year was the second place of Ford F-Series fourth model ever up 1 million
World Best Selling Car 2016 ranking with Ford F-Series advanced very near the second place, behind Toyota Corolla and VW Golf. One of the stars of the year has been the new Honda Civic, up 7 spots and ranking 10th.
World Cars Brand Ranking 2016 with the Top 50 reported. Renault was 9th with a spectacular +14.8 percent at global level while Mercedes was leader of premium segment.
World Cars Brand Ranking in 2015 with the top 50 in the last two years. Mercedes was the fastest growing among the top brands growing an impressive 16%. Jeep in 20th place did even better surging 26%.
World Car Group Ranking in 2015. Toyota was back leader, for the 8th time in the history with over 10 million light vehicles sales, followed by Volkswagen. Renault-Nissan advanced in third place.
World Best Selling Car ranking in 2015 register the new All Time record of sales in a single year scored by the leader, the Toyota Corolla, above 1.3 million units. Volkswagen Golf was second, first time over the 1 million.
World new vehicles ranking by brand updated at October 2015 confirms the absolute leadership of Toyota while Volkswagen was back in second place after four months overtaking Ford. The American Chevrolet fell in 7th place.