Namibian Auto Market kept the negative pace in the 2018 signing the fourth annual lost in a row with 11.428 sales (-6%). Toyota declined by 6% but still holding 44.3% of market share, while Volkswagen widened the gap from Nissan.
Ecuadorian vehicles market kept the impressive momentum in 2018 with 136.738 sales, up 32.1%. Chevrolet was still on top, holding 35.2% of share, ahead of Kia and Hyundai. The winner of the year was Toyota, soaring to 66.9%.
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Norwegian Auto Market in February managed to sign a 9% gain with sales at 11.106. Volkswagen (+33.9) is the leader, while Toyota placed again second overtaking BMW. Boosted by new Model 3, Tesla recorded an outstanding performance - up 1154.3% - grabbing the 7th position.
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%).
Swedish Auto Market kept falling as well in February with 23.146 sales, down 13.1%. Volvo, losing in double-digit managed to hold the first position with 19.5% market share. On the other side, Kia (+11.1%) and Mercedes (+8.2%), scored remarkable performances.
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Mauritius Cars sales was flat in the 2018 with sales at 11.154, up 1.6%. Nissan - with 15.9% of share - is on top of the ranking, ahead of Toyota and Kia. Behind, Suzuki has impressed - gaining 24.9% - while Hyundai fell drastically down.
Indian Autos Market grew in February, after five months of decline out of the last sevens, with 271.618 sales (+3.1%). Maruti held the leadership with 50.1% market share, followed by Hyundai - down 3.1% - with 43.110 sales. In the third place Mahindra registered 24.520 units sold - up 19.8% - thanks to the new XUV 300.
Russian Autos Market, after the previous month's speed reduction, dropped off 3.6% in February, with 128.406 sales. The year-to-date sales reached 231.470 units, down 1.8%. Lada maintains the leadership, with YTD sales at 48.542 (+0.3%), by placing Lada Granta and Lada Vesta at the top of best-selling model rank..
British Vehicles Market was moderately positive in February (+1.6%) with registrations at 81.969. Ford manages to keep the lead despite losing 14.8%, while Peugeot enters into the Top ten (+7%). Audi is still underperforming (-23.4%), whilst Volvo shines up 69.1%.
Tunisian Vehicles Sales sharply increased in January with 2.739 units sold, up 25.3%. Kia was the market leader, ahead of a fast-growing Hyundai and Peugeot. However, the best-performer was Volkswagen, up an impressive 86.3%.
Myanmar Vehicles Industry has reduced speed in January with 956 sales (+6.6%), after the previous year's boom. The market podium has changed again with Suzuki leading ahead of Toyota and Ford. Remarkable performance was registered by Mazda, up 4 spots.
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USA vehicles sales is still moving down 3.3% as well in February with 1.258.042 sales. This slightly decline seems due to the falling in consumers confidence and a lower industrial production. Ford holds the first place with registrations 177.085 during this month, ahead of Toyota (-6.3%) and Chevrolet (-5.3%).
Italian Autos Market fell down again in February of 5.4%, with sales at 177.847. Fiat still falling down 23.5% YTD, but keeping its first place thanks to its best selling model Fiat Panda with 27.289 units. Jeep reached the ninth place, moving up 9.7%.
Philippines Vehicles Market kept falling in January with 29.260 sales, losing 13.5%. Toyota held the lead with 38.8% of share, while Nissan was the only positive brand within the Top 10, soaring to 55%. Isuzu crumbled down 64.3%.
Spanish autos market still down 6.1, records a poor performance even in February with sales 103.449. Peugeot shines up 16.5% with 17.974 sales reaching the first place overtaking Seat that follows tight with 17.365 units. The Dacia Sandero is confirmed as best-selling model, with 5.667 sales.
Belgium Auto Sales down again 0.7% in February with 49.919 sales, following previous month's negative start of the year. BMW worsening its performance (-12.3%), moves down into fifth place. Stable situation for Volkswagen who still leads the market (+6.6%) with 9.987 sales.