Turkish Autos Market saw no improvement in February with sales down an awful 47.1% and 24.875 units. Renault, overtaken by Fiat - the new market leader - performed poorly (-53.3%). While, Volkswagen (-45.4%) entered the podium overtaking Ford (-47.9%).
Indonesia best selling cars revolutionized by the launch of the new Mitsubishi Expander, landed in second place, behind of the Toyota Avanza. Fast mover is the other new model, the Toyota Rush, ranking in 5th place behind Toyota Calya and Innova.
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.
Turkish Autos Market in 2018 hit by currency depriciation collapsed by 35.1%, ending with 620.937 sales. Renault keeps the market lead, ahead of Fiat, Volkswagen and Ford, all falling in double-digit. Fiat Egea is again the best-selling model.
MENA Car Market in the first nine months of the 2018 is further losing projecting the year down for the fourth year in a string, having lost over 1 million sales from the 2014 record. Saudi Arabia is dragging down the region, while Algeria and Iraq are recovering.
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.
December 2013 roared in Algeria as car market boomed 52% from the previous year. The year ended with new volume record and for the first time above the 400.000 units. Although low sales in the second half, Peugeot outpaced Renault becoming the new market leader.
November 2013 sales data from Algeria reported as the fast pace is over with volume slipped down from year ago. However the year will end with a robust performance and perspectives are positive. Behind Renault and Peugeot, Kia advanced in third booming sales.
Following a long series of year on year winning month, August 2013 had shown a decline of 6.7%. However it is not representing the end of a trend as it was caused in a delay on Renault delivery to customers that have heavily penalized the French leader.