Ireland Best Selling Cars in the 2018 sees, on top for the third consecutive year, the Hyundai Tucson (-18%) ahead of Nissan Qashqai and Volkswagen Golf. Toyota C-HR (27.4%) scored an excellent performance, entering the 10th from the previous year's 15th place.
World Best Selling Compact Cars segment in the 2018 fell down 7.8% with 14.1 million global sales. On top of the list the Toyota Corolla, as usual, followed by the Honda Civic and the Volkswagen Golf.
Ford global sales performance 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.
Latvia Cars Sales slipped down in the 2017 after 5 consecutive growing years. The domestic demand was blocked by new regulation on the sector, established in order to reduce the grey market, flourished to avoid high local taxation.
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.
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.
Turkey best selling cars 2016 ranking led by the new Fiat Egea produced locally as the second and former leader, the Toyota Corolla. The Renault Clio replaced the Fluence in the podium.
Turkish domestic car market dropped again in August. Fiat advanced in second place despite the top model, Egea has lost the leadership. Volkswagen was again market leader.
Turkish auto market in July collapsed hit by political events. Breaking the almost positive momentum, the industry has lost sharply, while the new Fiat Aegea was finally escalating on top of the ranking.
Turkey Vehicles Market in First Half 2016 increased just a little. Despite declining volume, Volkswagen was the market leader beating the rival Renault. The Renault Fluence was the best-selling model.
Turkey cars sales in May 2016 almost recovered all the negative gap with year to date sales down only 0.2% Fueled by the Clio wonderful score, Renault gained the market leadership.
Turkey Autos Market in April 2016 decreased of 7.8%. Renault jumped in first place, overtaking the German rival Volkswagen thanks to strong sales on the Fluence, best-selling model in the country.
Turkey Autos Market starts the 2016 down following the impressive all time record scored last year. In January - February domestic demand declined 4.9%. The new Fiat Aegea produced at full capacity and already in second place.