New Zealand vehicles sales crumbled 33.3% in May, with 12.257 units sold. Toyota and Ford dropped down over 40% and heavy losses were registered within all Top 10 brands, except for Honda up 2%. Despite the awful performance, Mitsubishi entered the podium, pulled by the Triton.
Netherlands best selling cars year-to-date has the Volkswagen Polo back on top, just few units ahead of the Ford Focus, up an astonishing 71.7%. The Opel Astra and the Kia Niro grow in double-digit.
Taiwanese Vehicles Sales, following the previous month's trend, gain +10% in May, registering 35.212 units. Toyota is shining on top, marking a fantastic performance (+14.7%), ahead of Nissan and Mercedes both down. CMC and Ford record spectacular results.
Kenyan Vehicles Sales sharply increased in March, with 1.091 units sold (+17.6%). Isuzu kept the crown -holding 33.1% of market share - improving in double-digits, followed by Toyota and Mitsubishi. Tata scored an impressive performance, gaining the 4th position.
Egyptian Vehicle Market was flat in March, with sales at 12.246 (-0.4%), after a thrilling start of the year. Outstanding performances were registered by Hyundai and Renault, while Nissan kept the previous month's awful trend, signing the worst score in the country.
Mitsubishi Global Performance in recent years has been aligned with the global industry growth while in the 2018 was shining at +19.4%, with 1.3 million units sold. Outstanding performances were registered in Indonesia, USA and Germany. In the recently published study, focus2move team projects volumes at 1.7 million by the 2025.
Ivory Coast Car Market kept momentum in 2018 gaining 14% with 11.354 sales. Toyota held the throne with 16.5% of share, while Suzuki was the winner of the year, up a stunning 81.1%. The Toyota Hilux consolidated the market lead.
Egyptian Vehicle Market has grown 24.2% in the 2018, rebounding after the previous years fall. Sales were pushed by a lower inflation on vehicles price, while duties increase on fuel, vehicles and parts has limited the growth. Hyundai, Nissan and Renault shine on top.
Kenyan Vehicles Sales grew 29.3% 2018 fluctuating for the entire year, ending with registrations at 14.265. Isuzu was again the market leader, ahead of Toyota, with a wide gap over Mitsubishi. Nissan is working to launch a new plant to produce small vans.
Cyprus Auto Market in 2018 grew 15.1% from last year, ending with registrations at 14.731. Toyota is the market leader - with 12.5% of market share - ahead of Ford (+21%) and Kia (+32.9%).
New Zealand vehicles sales hit in the 2018 the 5th all time record in a row with 169.786 sales, up1.8%. The market was sustained by a still growing economy and should keep the pace in the 2019. The leader Toyota gained 17.8% of share while Honda was the fastest brand, up 16%.
Netherlands best selling cars ranking in the 2018 has a new leader, the Volkswagen Polo, up 7 spots, after two years under Renault Clio leadership. The Toyota Aygo enters the Top10, while the Ford Fiesta and the Peugeot 108 performed brilliantly.
Taiwanese Vehicles Sales fell 3.2% in 2018 interrupting the positive performances scored in recent years, closing with 432.314 sales. Despite the fall by 10%, Toyota is still the market leader, ahead of Honda and Nissan.
Mitsubishi Global Performance is shining in the 2017 following the flat performance scored in the previous 7 years. At regional level sales are fast growing in Asia and in the Pacific regions. The best model is the Outlander, growing an amazing 60%.
Ivory Coast Car Market in 2017 kept momentum improving near 9% with the country among the fastest growing in Africa with GDP up 8%. While the market leader Toyota has lost sales for the second year, Renault jumped in second place.
Uruguay Vehicles Sales in 2017 boomed at the second best level ever, up 25.4% from the previous year. Doubling sales, Chevrolet reduced the gap to the leader, Volkswagen, which posted a remarkable +52%.
Netherlands best selling 2017 cars ranking unchanged the leader, thanks to the Renault Clio performance, with two Volkswagen advancing in the other steps of the podium, the Up! and the Golf. Fast movers was the Opel Karl, 4th, up 7 spots.
New Zealand vehicles sales in 2017 hit the new record, the 5th in a row, substantially improving from the previous year and reporting a gain of 65% in 5 years. While Japanese' brand led the market, Volkswagen, Peugeot, Renault, Skoda fast growing.
Taiwan Autos Sales in 2017 hit the second all time record in a row, while with a narrow gain from the previous year. The consumer demand is still strong and sustained by rolling economy. Toyota is market leader with 25% share and top 3 models.
Germany Vehicles Sales in 2017 at the highest level in this decade near 3.5 million. Volkswagen and Audi has lost terrain while Dacia, Suzuki and Peugeot have been the stars of the year. Even Alfa Romeo scored positively (after years of falls) in 30th place.