World Cars Brand ranking June. The top 50 in the 2019

World Cars Brand Ranking for June with the Top 50 Brands reported. Toyota consolidates its market leader position, keeping a safe gap over Volkswagen (-6.6%). Nissan, Maruti and Peugeot declined in double-digits, while Honda is fighting for the 4th place.

Global Market Trend

The Global light vehicles market in 2018 has broken the growth after seven years losing terrain from the previous year with total sales at 93.6 million units, down 0.7%, well below any expectations.

In the 2019 the market followed the previous year’s negative trend. Indeed, in March sales declined deeply,  registering 8.205.427 units (-7.1%). The Q1 figures were 21.009.192, losing 7.4%.

In April the market moved down 7.2% with 6.694.638 units sold, and in May declined by 9.5% with 7.044.099 units. In June, the market fell down again 8.2% with 7.202.939 sales, leading year-to-date figures at 42.028.370 (-8.1%).

The Top 50 Brands Ranking

At brand-wise the year-to-date ranking was dominated by Toyota, which global sales were at 4.3 million (+1.6%). The brand performance is pushed up by the impressive growth in Thailand, China and Brazil while losing terrain mainly in Indonesia and Australia.

In second place Volkswagen with 3.13 million sales (-6.7%). The positive annual performance is driven by Brazil and USA. On the other side, it is losing in double-digit in Germany and Argentina, while in China is down 8.9%.

In third place Ford continued its negative momentum as well as at the beginning of 2019 with sales down 11.4% with 2.43 million sales. The overall performance was penalized by the huge fall in China (-55%) as well as in the UK. Positive performance was registered in Germany, up 4.2%.

Then, Honda who managed to overcome its rival Nissan with 2.32 million sales (+2%). Indeed, Nissan registered only 2.21 million sales (-8.4%).

In sixth place there was Hyundai with 2.09 (-6.2%) ahead of Chevrolet with 1.86 (-8.3%), Kia with 1.4 (-3.4%), the leader in the premium segment, Mercedes, with 1.21 (-4.8%) and in 10th place by Renault with 1.08 (-11.6%).

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Rank 2019Rank 2018BrandSales YTD 2019Jun 2019'+/- YTD 2019 Var'+/- Jun 19Share YTD 2019Share June 2019
11Toyota4.303.303752.6121,6%2,0%10,3%10,5%
22Volkswagen3.125.573547.027-6,7%-6,6%7,5%7,6%
33Ford2.425.071431.063-11,4%-7,4%5,8%6,0%
45Honda2.323.710408.8592,0%0,1%5,6%5,7%
54Nissan2.212.145393.541-8,4%-10,4%5,3%5,5%
66Hyundai2.086.337377.767-6,2%-9,1%5,0%5,3%
77Chevrolet1.860.421335.075-8,3%-4,0%4,5%4,7%
88Kia1.398.459241.817-3,4%-3,6%3,4%3,4%
99Mercedes1.206.046200.015-4,8%-8,3%2,9%2,8%
1010Renault1.075.393220.653-11,6%-5,5%2,6%3,1%
1111BMW1.074.826185.4300,7%-6,7%2,6%2,6%
1212Audi876.170158.843-9,1%-2,7%2,1%2,2%
1313Maruti789.650111.897-10,9%-17,0%1,9%1,6%
1414Peugeot785.659133.580-19,4%-16,6%1,9%1,9%
1515Jeep742.328127.184-8,8%-10,3%1,8%1,8%
1616Mazda714.447117.418-12,6%-13,6%1,7%1,6%
1720Fiat635.854114.810-8,5%-5,2%1,5%1,6%
1819Skoda602.820104.609-8,4%-13,2%1,4%1,5%
1917Geely594.51082.568-18,7%-34,3%1,4%1,2%
2022Mitsubishi568.15095.490-1,7%-1,4%1,4%1,3%
2121Changan568.07295.379-16,1%7,0%1,4%1,3%
2218Buick554.83792.786-13,9%-6,7%1,3%1,3%
2324Subaru498.26191.330-0,7%-0,5%1,2%1,3%
2426Opel494.98887.403-4,0%-7,2%1,2%1,2%
2528Citroen450.93075.678-4,6%-8,6%1,1%1,1%

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