Portuguese Auto Market kept momentum in November with sales up 6.7% and projecting the year above the 220.000 units. Renault runs fast on top of the competitive arena. Last month was outstanding for two brands, Hyundai and Opel.
Austrian Car Sales started the 2018 with an encouraging +8.4% following the quite positive previous year. The demand is sustained by strong private consumption and tightening labor market. Seat jumped up 6 steps, landing in third place.
German Cars Market fast started the 2018 growing 11% in January underpinned by a buoyant labor market with strong employment and wage growth. Volkswagen was back over 20% of market share but the fastest brand have been Kia and Toyota.
Slovakia Auto sales kept booming in the 2017, when for the first time hit the 100.000 units, up 8% at the fourth all time record in a string. The country is now a manufacturing hub for the sector with benefit for the domestic market. Skoda dominates.
Serbia Car sales kept the momentum in the 2017 increasing 9.7% despite weaker than expected private consumption and small increase in labor market figures. On top of the ranking, the local producer Fiat with a safe margin over Skoda and Volkswagen.
Slovenian Autos Market kept momentum in the 2017 with car passenger's sales up 11% at the best in this decade. Volkswagen defended the leadership from the assault of Renault while Toyota was the fastest growing brand.
Denmark Best Selling Cars in the 2017 still lead by the Peugeot 208 ahead of the last generation Nissan Qashqai, up 7 spots, and the Volkswagen Up!. Volkswagen holds 4 models out of top 10 while Peugeot 3008 was the best new entrance.
Ukrainian Cars market in the 2017 consolidated the recovery with an impressive growth performance albeit economic recovery has gradually lost steam. Renault improved 59% consolidating the leadership ahead of Toyota and Volkswagen.
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.
Austrian Car Sales almost positive, up 7% hitting the best performance in this decade, sustained by strong consumer confidence, dynamic labor market and PMI record level. Volkswagen dominates but Hyundai hits the fastest growth.
Netherlands Autos Sales recovered 7% in the 2017 after the previous year fall. Albeit losing volume, Volkswagen stands on top of the list while Renault in second has reduced the gap. The star of the year was Toyota, thanks to hybrid line up, up 30%.
Czech Republic Autos sales in 2017 hit the new all time record both in cars and lcvs segment, keeping an amazing series of records. Skoda takes the 30% plus market share with new SUV Karoq already in the top ten. Toyota was the star of the year, up 45%.
Norway Cars Market hit in the 2017 the 3rd highest sales level ever, keeping the fast process to renovate vehicles with traditional combustion with AFVs, actually at 50% of the mix. The leader, Volkswagen, struggles while Tesla and Volvo are the 2017 winners.
Portuguese Auto Market kept momentum int he 2017 improving 7.1% at the best level in a decade. Renault runs fast on top of the competitive arena gaining the race for leadership over Peugeot and Volkswagen.
Skoda Global Performance in the 2017 is quite positive as the launch of the SUV Kodjaq has balanced sales lost by the top model Octavia. At regional level the brand is expanding the presence in new markets, like Latin America while growing 6% in Europe.
Austria best selling cars updated at May 2017 with the Hyundai i20 advanced in sixth place, the best ranking ever, and the Volkswagen Tiguan in second, just behind the usual leader, the Volkswagen Golf. Seat holds two models within the top 10.
Austrian Cars Market reported a steady growth during all the 2016, keeping the positive pace started in the previous year. A German feud, the market is dominated by Volkswagen and Skoda models, with the Golf over all.
Cyprus Cars Market in 2016 kept recovering after the crisis with a strong increase over the previous year while still at the half of the record level. Ford market leader, ahead of Nissan and Volkswagen.