Italian best selling cars year to date April 2018 dominated by the Fiat Panda for the seventh consecutive year with a wide gap over the Fiat 500 X and the Fiat Tipo. The leader among imported vehicles was the new Ford Fiesta.
Irish cars market improved in April a little 3%, partially reducing the year to date lost. Volkswagen consolidated the leadership while Hyundai took over Volkswagen for the second place. The Nissan Qasqhai was again the best seller.
Ford global sales performance in the 2017 has been disappointing losing over 1.9% with 6.28 million vehicles, dragged down by low sales in China and despite the best-seller F-Series hit the record of over 1 million units sold.
World Best Selling Small Cars in 2017 dominated by the Volkswagen Polo. albeit losing terrain. In second place the Toyota Yaris, despite is the oldest among top sellers. The raising stars are the Citroen C3 in 10th, up 9 spots and Chinese Baojun 310, 14th.
Ireland Best Selling Cars 2017 with the Hyundai Tucson, on top for the second consecutive year. Just two models gained volume among the top 10, the Kia Sportage in 7th and the Volkswagen Tiguan, the hero of the year, up 18 spots.
Romania Vehicles Sales kept momentum in the 2017 posting the fourth increase in a row, up in double-digit from the previous year. With 28.5% of market share Dacia dominates its domestic market, while the fastest growing brand was Suzuki, up 46%.
Irish Autos Sales fell down 10.4% in the 2017 with consumer confidence hit by EC focus on reducing the fiscal impact of internet company based in the country and government is negotiating for BREXIT effects. While losing 10% Volkswagen was market leader.
Romania Car Passengers 2015 sales reported up 15% fueled by buoyant private demand. The market finally recovered the 2011 level while the recently announced expansionary 2016 Budget would support a 2016 boom.
Romania new cars market kept momentum in the third quarter 2015 with sales up over 10% from the correspondent period last year. Skoda is stable with market share above 32%. Kia and Citroen are booming.
Romania Light Vehicle Sales rose 8% in Q1 2015 keeping the positive momentum started last year. Dacia dominates the best-selling podium, with Ford Fiesta first of the "others". Kia, Fiat & Nissan shine.