Ukraine Vehicles Sales in Q1 2016 up near 50%

Ukraine Vehicles Sales in Q1 2016

Ukraine Vehicles Sales in Q1 2016 were up near 50%. Toyota confirmed the leadership while Renault was not much far. The market is taking benefit from the stabilization of the political environment.

Economic Outlook

Good news is trickling out of Ukraine. After the crisis-torn economy contracted almost 10% last year, the situation appears to be improving significantly in the first half of 2016. A reduction in military clashes and exchange rate stability are contributing to an improvement in economic data and the political crisis that has characterized the country since February appears to be resolved.

In April, the Parliament approved Volodymyr Groysman as the new prime minister, thus ending months of political deadlock and paving the way for the government to turn its attention back to passing the reforms the IMF has demanded. Since Groysman and the new cabinet came into power, reform implementation has picked up pace and a new energy tariff system was passed at the end of April.

The end of the political crisis is encouraging news and the IMF will return to Ukraine this month to review the country’s progress on implementing reforms. A successful review should pave the way for a much-needed tranche of fresh funds.

Market Outlook

The Ukrainian automotive industry, after the inexorable decline recorded in the last years, during the first quarter of 2016 has finally performed up as the surrounding  macroeconomic environment has been stabilized.

According to data released by the Ukrautoprom, the Ukrainian Associations of Car Manufacturers, the new year was inaugurated by 3.183 units sold in January, up 22.6%, followed by further growth in February at 4.201 registrations with 25.2% up. March closed the period, selling not much more than February with 4.902 vehicles, but with the amazing improvement of 93.8%.

Total new light passengers vehicles sold during the first trimester of the 2016 had been 12.286, improving 48.6% compared to the same period of the last year.

In the first quarter 2016 the market leader was Toyota with 1.249 sales  (+138.4%) and 10.2% of market share. Renault was in second place with 1.202 units (+74.0%) ahead of Volkswagen with 693 (+20.7%), BMW with 622 (+200.5%) and Ford with 575 (+75.8%).

Others great performances by Lada with 662 sales (+129.9%), Mercedes with 482 (+137.4%) and Audi with 369 (+207.5%).

As far as the Car Groups performance, the leader was Renault-Nissan with 22.4% of market share, ahead of Volkswagen Group with 14.6%, Toyota with 11.4% and Hyundai-Kia with 9.7%.

As far as the best-selling models performance, the Lada 4×4 dominated the competition with 418 sales followed by the Toyota Corolla with 390 (+21.9%), the Toyota Rav4 with 375 (+127.3%), the Renault Duster with 344 (+152.0%) and the Renault Logan with 316 (-6.4%).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands and Groups. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank MarRank Q1BrandMarQ1Mar VarQ1 VarMar%Q1%
11Toyota5921.249238,3%138,4%12,1%10,2%
22Renault5121.202153,5%74,0%10,5%9,8%
34Volkswagen27769337,8%20,7%5,7%5,7%
47BMW273622157,5%200,5%5,6%5,1%
59Ford264575225,9%75,8%5,4%4,7%
610Kia250561111,9%91,5%5,1%4,6%
73Nissan248829143,1%23,7%5,1%6,8%
86Hyundai231623102,6%24,6%4,7%5,1%
98Skoda23058664,3%41,9%4,7%4,8%
105Lada224662169,9%129,9%4,6%5,4%
1113Zaz20744873,9%20,8%4,2%3,7%
1212Mercedes187482128,0%137,4%3,8%3,9%
1314Audi185369311,1%207,5%3,8%3,0%
1411Mazda182539106,8%12,5%3,7%4,4%
1515Suzuki148320131,3%1,6%3,0%2,6%
1618Citroen99195395,0%68,1%2,0%1,6%
1720Peugeot8818933,3%-24,1%1,8%1,5%
1817Land Rover8222451,9%82,1%1,7%1,8%
1919Geely71190-28,3%-43,3%1,5%1,5%
2022Volvo67149272,2%231,1%1,4%1,2%
2121Lexus65152333,3%145,2%1,3%1,2%
2216Chevrolet6130422,0%120,3%1,2%2,5%
2323Subaru50131108,3%54,1%1,0%1,1%
2425Fiat34100-49,3%-47,6%0,7%0,8%
2425Opel34100126,7%222,6%0,7%0,8%
2526Honda3185-36,7%-31,5%0,6%0,7%
2627Porsche3072100,0%60,0%0,6%0,6%
2731Jac205466,7%80,0%0,4%0,4%
2728Seat206381,8%133,3%0,4%0,5%
2832Daewoo1653220,0%-8,6%0,3%0,4%
2829SsangYong16610,0%29,8%0,3%0,5%
2830Great Wall16576,7%3,6%0,3%0,5%
2924Mitsubishi15108-73,7%-26,0%0,3%0,9%
2934Infiniti15500,0%-26,5%0,3%0,4%
3036Mini132085,7%-4,8%0,3%0,2%
3135Uaz83087,3%251,2%0,2%0,2%
3237Tesla610200,0%100,0%0,1%0,1%
3233Chery651-53,8%-3,8%0,1%0,4%
3338Jaguar5717,1%-31,8%0,1%0,1%
3437Acura410-33,3%42,9%0,1%0,1%
3537Jeep210-53,2%37,5%0,0%0,1%
3540Smart24100,0%33,3%0,0%0,0%
3540Lifan24100,0%33,3%0,0%0,0%
3641BYD13-90,0%-92,3%0,0%0,0%
3643Bentley110,0%0,0%0,0%0,0%
3639MG15-50,0%-16,7%0,0%0,0%
3643Cadillac11
Rank MarRank Q1GroupMarQ1Mar VarQ1 VarMar%Q1%
11Renault-Nissan9992.743148,5%59,8%20,4%22,4%
22Volkswagen7431.78479,9%51,2%15,2%14,6%
33Toyota6571.401245,8%139,1%13,4%11,4%
44Hyundai-Kia4811.184107,3%49,3%9,8%9,7%
55BMW286642153,1%181,6%5,8%5,2%
66Ford264575225,9%75,8%5,4%4,7%
107Mazda182539106,8%12,5%3,7%4,4%
88Mercedes Daimler189486127,7%135,9%3,9%4,0%
139General Motors11245957,7%101,3%2,3%3,7%
710Zaz20744873,9%20,8%4,2%3,7%
Rank MarRank Q1ModelMarQ1Mar VarQ1 VarMar%Q1%
11Lada 4×41504184,0%3,9%
12Toyota Corolla150390-53,1%21,9%4,0%3,6%
13Toyota RAV415037550,0%127,3%4,0%3,5%
44Renault Duster104344-23,8%152,0%2,7%3,2%
25Renault Logan116316-40,7%-6,4%3,1%2,9%
66Skoda Octavia87267-62,2%16,1%2,3%2,5%
107Kia Sportage712511,9%2,3%
98Renault Sandero75230-31,3%17,7%2,0%2,1%
119Nissan X-Trail70220-29,6%1,8%2,0%
1110Ford Fiesta70210250,0%950,0%1,8%1,9%
1111Mercedes GLE70209250,0%248,3%1,8%1,9%
312Suzuki Vitara107207328,0%176,0%2,8%1,9%
713Mazda68419492,9%27,4%2,2%1,8%
1114Nissan Qashqai701901,8%1,8%
1414BMW X560190319,6%176,2%1,6%1,8%
1315Chevrolet Niva62188148,0%652,0%1,6%1,7%
1215Skoda Rapid681881207,7%2357,5%1,8%1,7%
515Toyota Camry88188-28,4%-62,5%2,3%1,7%
1516Audi Q75617672,3%-1,0%1,5%1,6%
816Hyundai Tucson761762,0%1,6%
1417Ford Kuga60169-54,3%-62,7%1,6%1,6%
1418Mazda CX-560166-9,5%-16,9%1,6%1,5%
1619Nissan Sentra52162550,0%575,0%1,4%1,5%
1720Mazda350155156,4%140,9%1,3%1,4%

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