Swedish Auto Market started the 2018 with a low tone with January sales down 1.3%. However, the outlook for the entire year is still positive and our forecast projects a new all time record. Fast start for Skoda and Toyota.
Canada Auto Sales started the 2018 again with a record, up 5.5% just after having overtaken the 2 million units in a single year. Honda fast started jumping in second place ahead of Toyota. Jeep boomed in 6th place.
Guatemala vehicles market was shy in the 2017 losing 4.8% from the previous year and declining for the second year in a row. However, Ford shine and gained the second place, immediately behind the leader, Toyota.
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.
Japan Auto Market started slow the 2017 with car sales in January down 3.5% at 330.000 units. Following a quite long positive track, in the 2018 the market has clouds over the next future. Toyota has lost 7.5% with share down at 28.7%.
Myanmar Cars Market in the 2017 kept momentum with a steady growth, following the huge increase posted in the previous year. Toyota is market leader ahead of Suzuki and Ford. No effects from new limits to pre-owned vehicles import.
Argentina Auto Sales in the 2018 is expected to hit for the first time the milestone of 1 million units. Indeed, the start is in line, with January up a robust 24.9%. Renault takes the leadership overtaking Volkswagen, while the Chevrolet Onix is the best model.
Lao vehicles sales in the 2017 lost in double-digit. Following the too fast development of the last five years, the consumer demand declined and the domestic brand, Daeham, started struggling. Toyota is again market leader with share over 20%.
Thailand best selling cars ranking in the 2017 is dominated by the last generation of the locally made Isuzu D-Max, able to create a wide gap over the former leader, the Toyota Hilux. Third place taken by the other pick-up, the Ford Ranger.
Australia Best selling cars ranking in the 2017 was again led by the Toyota Hilux, confirming the great score reported last year, ahead of the other pick up, the Ford Ranger. The best sedan was the Toyota Corolla, only third.
Bahrain Auto Sales in 2017 have lost 23.2% despite the final year recovery. Consumer demand continue to be penalized by austerity measures and the non-oil sector growth has not balanced the lost in the oil sector. Toyota dominates.
Venezuelan Auto Market in the 2017 has lost 18% reaching a level just over the 2.000 units - from 122.000 in the 2012 - while the country slides into chaos, following the decision to redraw the current Constitution.
Mauritius Cars sales in the 2017 declined 6% from the record level hit in the previous year. Koreans Kia and Hyundai boomed volume landing in the top two positions taking market control ahead of former leaders, Toyota and Nissan.
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.
Chinese Auto Market in the 2017 gained only 0.8% penalized by fall in the commercial vehicles demand and by restrictions on high engines displacement. Honda grew up in second place, while Geely boomed 60% landing in fourth place.
Thailand vehicles market in 2017 started to recovered having bottomed down the long crisis. Sales improved 13.4% despite the leader, Toyota has lost. Several brands reported substantial performance, including the Europeans Volvo and Volkswagen.
Malaysian Vehicles Market in 2017 moderately declined, for the second consecutive year, with domestic brands still losing terrain and Japanese gaining. Perodua still market leader while the stars of the year had been Honda and BMW.
Indonesian Vehicles Sales in the 2017 increased 6% thanks to economic recovery and despite the introduction of legislations against high polluting vehicles. Toyota and Daihatsu dominates with over 55% of share. Suzuki was the fastest growing brand.
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