Mexico Cars Market in May is still declining (-10.8%) with 102.094 units sold. The Brand leader Nissan is losing in double-digit even this month, followed by Chevrolet and Volkswagen. Suzuki, ignoring the surrounding gloom, registers +39.8%.
Norwegian Auto Market in May, after the previous month's large drop, registers -4.3% with 12.486 units. The brand leader, Tesla is growing fast (+94.6%), followed by Volkswagen and Toyota (+25%). Hyundai (+88.4%) and Jaguar records astonishing performances.
Indian Autos Market is free-falling in May with 239.033 units (-20.3%). Maruti maintains the leadership even if falling in double-digit. While Mahindra – ranking 3rd – registers the only positive performance within the Top10.
Russian Autos Market declines (-6.7%) faster than the previous month in May with 677.580 units. Brand leader Lada records a shy gain (+0.3%), while its followers Kia and Hyundai are both falling. Skoda shows a fantastic +16.9%, ignoring the gloomy top10. Geely and Haval are still growing fast.
USA vehicles sales is just slightly negative (-0.1%) in May with registrations at 1.594.694. Ford is of course on top with 13.9% of market share, despite falling 4%. Toyota immediately after, signs a positive performance (+4.1%). However, the best-performer within the Top10 is Ram with a gain of 29.4%.
Puerto Rico Autos Market was stable in April, with 8.078 units sold (+0.9%). Toyota - leading with 30.4% of share - widened the gap from the follower, improving 26.6%. Nissan and Mitsubishi declined in double-digit.
Philippines Vehicles Market kept a stable trend in April, with 28.401 sales (+1.8%). Toyota, leading with more than 35% of share, was followed by an outstanding Mitsubishi while Nissan gained the 3rd place. Brilliant performance scored by Kia (+677%).
Myanmar Vehicles Industry soared 35.1% in April, with 4.886 sales. Suzuki held more than half of the market, booming 513%, followed by Toyota and Ford. Remarkable performance scored by Chery (+176), reaching the 5th place.
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.
British Vehicles Market declines even in May (-4.6%) with 183.724 units sold. Ford (-5.9%) is trying to contain its fall, holding the first place with 10.6% of market share. Kia (+8.3%) and Mercedes (+7.8%) are the best performer within the Top10.
Belgium Auto Sales kept falling at accelerated speed in May with 51.081 sales (-7.1%). Volkswagen shows difficulties (-13.9%), but still at the top of the ranking. Volvo and Citroen are the best performer within the Top10.
Spanish autos market falls substantially in May with 129.699 units (-4.6%). Peugeot holds the crown with a fantastic gain of 12.1%, followed by Seat and Renault. Toyota (+14.7%) and Mercedes (+24.5%) are in good shape.
Italian Autos Market is declining in April, registering -1.1% with 197.876 units. Fiat (-1.2%) still leading the market, followed by Volkswagen - up 5.4% - and Ford (-6.7%). Dacia signs again an astonishing performance (+42.4%).
World Light Vehicles sales in April declined by 7.2%, with 6.694.638 units sold. Volkswagen Group is confirmed as the market leader, while Toyota holds the second place. BMW signed a remarkable performance (+7%), ranking 12th.
South Africa Auto Sales in May experiences a substantial decline (-6.7%) with 38.367 units sold. Toyota, of course on top, shows some difficulties (-9.2%), despite keeping a great gap over its followers. Some exception within the gloomy Top 10 are Renault and Suzuki.
Saudi Arabia Auto Market in April registered an impressive growth, with 41.323 units sold. Toyota held the crown - with 25.2% of share - while Mazda gained the podium and outpacing Nissan, booming at 150.1%. Kia and Chevrolet declined in double-digits.
Emirates Automotive Market has fully recovered from a negative start, selling 19.173 units (+7.6%) in April. Toyota started recovering (+8.5%) and Mitsubishi boomed 110.3%, reducing the gap from Nissan. Sharp decline was registered by Kia, Lexus and Ford.
Turkish Autos Market showed an even faster decline in April with a huge drop (-56.5%) with 30.971 units. The whole Top10 recorded double-digit drop. Fiat is leading the scene with the best-selling Fiat Egea up 35.8%. Honda overtakes Dacia, ranking 8th.