Italian best selling cars in 2018 dominated by the Fiat Panda for the seventh consecutive year with a wide gap over the leader among imported vehicles, the Renault Clio. The Jeep Renegade, made in Italy, ranks in 5th place.
World Best Selling City Cars in the 2018 with a new leader, the Indian Maruti Alto followed by the Brazilian Ford Ka, and the Fiat 500. The Suzuki Spacia reported the best improvement of the year, up 54.3%. Renault Kwid advanced 8 spots and ranks in 6th.
Fiat Global performance is one of the worst globally and the over 25% sales fall reported in the period 2010-2017 is now followed by an additional lost of 6.7% in the first half 2018. Lack-ness of products strategy, alternative fuel vehicles and SUVs the reasons.
Fiat Global Performance 2017 was almost positive, up 7.5%, thanks to the recovery of key markets, like Russia, Turkey and Brazil. The 500 is again the best-selling model ahead of the Panda and the new Tipo.
World Best Selling City Cars 2017 with a new leader, the Japanese key-car Daihatsu Move ahead of the Indian Maruti Alto and the italian Fiat 500. However this last model is the only real global city car, sold in over 130 countries.
Italian Auto Market up 7.1% in the 2017, despite losing 2% in the last month, hitting the best level since the 2008. Citroen was the fastest growing brand, thanks to the new C3, stable on podium in the second half, while Hybrids push up Toyota.
Greece best selling cars ranking in the first half of the 2017 again dominated by Japanese models albeit one of the best score was posted by the new generation of Citroen C3, jumped in eight place. The market leader was again the Toyota Yaris.
Greece best selling cars 2016 dominated by the Toyota Yaris while the Nissan Micra advanced in the third place and a small italian car jumped up 6 spots, landing in 4th. Surprisingly, Volkswagen Golf out of top 10.
Italy cars sales in May 2016 boomed at the best since 2009 despite slow economy momentum. We cry the lost of a friend, Andrea Fiaschetti, Managing Director of Mazda in Italy hit by a heart attack at 47. Ciao Andrea!
Italian vehicles sales in April kept the momentum with the 22nd winning month in a row, fueled by low-interest rate and need to renovate a really aged circulating park. Volkswagen outpaced Ford in second place.
Italian market boomed in February posting the best Y.o.Y. increase out of the last seven years fueled by private consumer's demand. Fiat in great shape and back over 22% of share driven by new Tipo. Jaguar the fastest.