Swedish Auto Market remains negative, falling faster than the previous month, in May with 31.919 units (-15.3%). Volvo, even if still declining, reduced significantly the speed (-4.7%), while Volkswagen shows great difficulty (-39.9%). Audi (+12.3%) sing a remarkable performance.
Swedish Auto Market in 2018 fell 6.7% with 353.647 sales, interrupting the growth of previous years, with a negative second half of the year, due to bonus/malus system and WLTP introduction. The new market leader is the Volvo S/V90.
Sweden Best selling cars 2017 back to the standard, after Volkswagen braked in 2016 the 54 years long Volvo domination. IN 2017 the last generation Volvo XC60 was the best model ahead of the new Volvo V/S90 and the former leader, Volkswagen Golf.
Sweden Vehicle Market hit a new all time record in the 2017, the second in a string, fueled by fast economic growth, solid labor market and the development of a local green vehicles strategy. Volvo outperformed on top of the list, ahead of Volkswagen and Toyota.
Sweden Best selling cars 2016 was the Volkswagen Golf, first time for a non Volvo after 54 years. Indeed the event was due to the Volvo decision to disconnect sales of the former leader the V70.
Swedish new cars registrations hit in September the 30 y.o.y. growth taking full benefit by the solid economic environment and by the policy to reduce pollution. Mercedes shines.
Sweden Cars Market in May 2016 tops the 29th up in a row keeping the impressive track with sales above all time level. Series 5 and Yaris pushed up BMW and Toyota, but the star was Kia, advanced in third!
Sweden Best selling vehicles in 2015 dominated by Volvo and Volkswagen. The Volvo V70 again on top of the list with a safe margin over the Volkswagen Golf. Subaru Outback was the best new model ranking in 40th.
Sweden vehicle market in 2015 at new all time record slamming a double digit increase over the previous record. While Volvo and Volkswagen led sales, Nissan was the star of the year
2014 left Swedish Automotive Sector in good shape with a double digit increase in domestic new vehicles sales. In December Volvo share was near 25% while Nissan, Mitsubishi, Lexus and Jeep posted amazing performances.