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Turkey July 2018: Fiat Egea #1, now teases Renault Megane for YTD #1

The Fiat Egea is the best-selling vehicle in Turkey in July.

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It’s a very tough month for new light vehicle sales in Turkey with July volumes down a harsh 35.9% year-on-year to 52.734 units, pulling the year-to-date tally down 16% to 406.082 registrations. The Top 4 best-selling brands all fall faster than the market and lose share vs. July 2017: Renault (-39%) remains comfortably in the lead however with 13.5% share, distancing Fiat (-45%) at 11.1%, Ford (-40%) also at 11.1% and Volkswagen (-41%) at 10.5%. At #5, Peugeot spectacularly goes against the overall trend by posting a smashing 18% year-on-year uplift to 6.5% share vs. 4.8% YTD. In fact, the French carmaker is one of only four Top 20 brands to lodge a positive result for July alongside Honda (+36%) at #9, Volvo (+89%) at #19 and Mitsubishi (+10%) at #20. Skoda (-13%), Seat (-22%), Citroen (-23%) and Hyundai (-27%) also make themselves noticed by limiting their fall somewhat whereas BMW (-60%), Nissan (-58%) and Opel (-52%) all but disappear. Among smaller brands, Lexus (+67%), Mini (+11%), Subaru (+3%),

The Civic (+64%) pushes Honda sales up 36% year-on-year in July. 

Over in the models ranking, the Fiat Egea (-25%) scores its third win of the year after March and May and now threatens the Renault Megane (-41%) for the YTD leadership at 21.769 sales vs. 21.822. The Renault Clio (-10%) is down one spot on June to #2, the Toyota Corolla (-19%) is up 3 to #4 but it’s the Honda Civic (+64%) at #5, Peugeot 301 (+38%) at #9 and Peugeot 3008 (+140%) at #17 that post the best performances in the Top 20, justifying their respective brands’ score. Strikingly, there are no other gainers in the Top 35 with the Ford Kuga (+11%) at #36, Mitsubishi L200 (+5%) at #41, Mercedes A-Class (+45%) at #42, Kia Cerato (+21%) at #44 and Volvo S60 (+835%) at #49 the only other Top 50 nameplates in positive for July. The Skoda Karoq (#70), Mercedes X-Class (#75) and Hyundai Kona (#98) are the only all-new nameplates making it to the Top 100 of an atone market.

Previous month: Turkey June 2018: Clio leads, Civic up in market freefalling 39%

One year ago: Turkey July 2017: Fiat Egea and Renault Megane most popular

Full July 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 230 All-models below.


Sweden July 2018: VW leads, Kia teases Volvo in depleted market

The Kia Niro leaps to a record third place in Sweden in July.

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Last month, in anticipation of a new tax system coming into effect on July 1 and resulting in a steep price increase for most cars on sale in Sweden, buyers pulled forward their purchase to avoid the hike, making June 2018 the largest month in Swedish history. Logically, July sales are completely depleted as a result, down an abysmal 49.4% year-on-year to just 12.504 units. However the year-to-date tally remains in positive territory, up 9.1% to 238.047 registrations. In this very atypical context, homegrown marque Volvo (-69%) is hit the hardest in the Top 13 and loses its pole position to Volkswagen (-38%) scoring its first monthly win since August 2016 just as Kia (-11%) leaps up 7 spots on June to a splendid 3rd place, only 22 sales below Volvo. Honda (-7%), Porsche (-15%), Lexus (-28%), Seat (-30%) and Mini (-32%) all fall slower than the market while Cadillac (+1750%), Chevrolet (+211%) and Tesla (+68%) even splurge on a year-on-year gain, partly because they offer is green and therefore now cheaper.

The Volvo XC40 breaks its ranking record at #6…

The models ranking is completely reshuffled in what is potentially a sign of things to come, with eco-friendly cars already doing much better thanks to their new preferential pricing. The VW Golf (-46%) is the best-selling vehicle in Sweden for the first time since January 2017 followed by the VW Passat (-31%) hitting its highest ranking since August 2016 while the VW Polo (-23%) is also at its best since August 2016 at #5. The Kia Niro, a hybrid vehicle now benefiting from a bonus meaning a reduced price, shoots up 179% year-on-year and 52 spots on June to land on the third step of the podium. Needless to say this is the Niro’s highest ranking ever in Sweden (previous best: #13 last January), but it’s also the first time a Kia nameplate breaks into the Swedish Top 10, let alone the podium.

…as is the Kia Optima at #8.

In fact, there are even two Kias in the July Top 10: the Optima (+36%) is up 41 ranks on last month to hit a record #8 (previous best: #14 in September 2017). Another record-breaker is the Volvo XC40 up 12 spots on June to lift to #6, eclipsing its previous best of #9 reached last April. The Toyota Yaris (-21%) and Skoda Fabia (-30%) also manage very rare appearances inside the Top 10. As for the rest of the Volvo lineup, it’s a hellish month: #1 year-to-date, the S/V90 (-73%) drops to #4, #1 in June the S/V60 (-58%) sinks to #11 while the XC60 (-88%) implodes to #12 and the V40 (-68%) is down to #16. Other great performers include the Kia Picanto (+57%) up 60 ranks on June to #22, the Skoda Karoq up 20 to #23, the Renault Zoe (+200%) up 140 to #26, the Hyundai Ioniq (+63%) up 123 to #37 and the Seat Arona up 53 to #38.

Previous month: Sweden June 2018: Upcoming tax hike spurs biggest month in history

One year ago: Sweden July 2017: Volvo XC60 triumphs

Full July 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 235 All-models below.


Finland July 2018: Nissan Qashqai leads, VW T-Roc up to #14

The Nissan Qashqai is the best-selling nameplate in Finland in July.

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New car sales in Finland gain 8.4% year-on-year in July to 9.445 registrations, in line with the +7.9% it commands year-to-date at 78.025 units. The entire brands podium outpaces the market this month with Toyota (+12%), Volkswagen (+21%) and Skoda (+13%) in the lead, replicating the YTD and FY2017 order. Nissan (+60%) and BMW (+38%) post the largest gain inside the Top 10 while outside, Subaru (+110%), Suzuki (+73%), Citroen (+61%), Mini (+52%), Fiat (+41%), and Peugeot (+21%) make themselves noticed. Model-wise, the Nissan Qashqai (+89%) is the best-seller this month, easily distancing the Skoda Octavia (-5%) and Toyota Yaris (+18%) while the VW Polo (+109%), Toyota C-HR (+64%), Ford Fiesta (+42%), Skoda Kodiaq (+40%) and Kia Cee’d (+30%) post the most impressive gains in the Top 30. The VW T-Roc soars to #14 in July and breaks into the YTD Top 30 at #29

Previous month: Finland June 2018: Nissan (+39%), Hyundai (+114%) pull market up 6.7%

One year ago: Finland July 2017: Skoda Octavia leads, Toyota up 55%

Full July 2018 Top 30 brands and models ranking below.


UK nations July 2018: MG ZS and VW T-Roc score first Top 10

The MG ZS breaks into the Top 10 of a UK nation for the very first time…

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Thanks to our partnership with  we can share with you the Top 10 best-sellers for all UK nations in July. Keep in mind this is a zoom in by nation, all sales figures are already included in the July 2018 UK update. Wales (+9.6%) at 5.617 sales and Scotland (+8.2%) at 11.643 units are the best performers this month with England (+0.5%) only edging up at 142.141 units and Northern Ireland (-2.5%) the only UK nation in negative at 3.714 sales. Year-to-date, all nations are in negative, with once again Wales (-3.1%) resisting best at 49.018 followed by Northern Ireland (-3.4%) at 34.706, England (-5.3%) at 1.277.017 and Scotland (-8.2%) the weakest performer at 113.516.

…as does the VW T-Roc at #9 in Scotland.

Like in June, the Ford Fiesta is #1 in 3 nations this month: in England and Wales but replacing its Northern Irish victory in June by a throne in Scotland. Instead, the Nissan Qashqai manages to snap its first monthly victory in Northern Ireland in four years and the third in 5 after October 2013 and July 2014. The Qashqai is also #3 in Scotland while four additional nameplates manage a podium ranking this month: the VW Polo #2 in Scotland and Wales, the Ford Kuga #2 in Northern Ireland and #3 in Wales, the VW Golf #2 in England and the Vauxhall Corsa #3 in England.

The Nissan Qashqai scores its first monthly win in 4 years in Northern Ireland.

The big event in the UK nation sales charts in July is the very first Top 10 of two successful nameplates but the most surprising is without a doubt the MG ZS. Now under Chinese ownership (SAIC), MG has been attempting a return to UK shores and the China-made ZS crossover looks like it’s giving it its best shot so far. The ZS brilliantly ranks #10 in Wales in July with 1.7% market share. Note no MG nameplate has even managed to end the year in the annual UK Top 10, with the MGB ranking at an estimated #19 in 1973 with a record 13.755 sales. The VW T-Roc, breaking into the Scottish Top 10 at #9, was more expected given its wide success across Europe. Other great July performers include the Suzuki Vitara up to #4 in Wales, the Audi A1 up to #5 in Scotland, Toyota Yaris up to #5 in Northern Ireland, Kia Picanto up to #6 in Wales and Suzuki Swift up to #10 in Wales.

Previous month: UK nations June 2018: Vauxhall Grandland X and Citroen C4 Cactus nab first Top 10

One year ago: UK nations July 2017: VW Golf and Ford Focus top two nations each

Full July 2018 Top 10 models in each UK nation below.


Poland July 2018: Fiat Tipo hits record 4th place, market up 24.8%

The Fiat Tipo is up to a record-breaking 4th place overall in Poland this month.

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The Polish new light vehicle market gallops ahead in July at +24.8% to 51.936 registrations, the largest year-on-year gain in over two years, since the +28% of June 2016. The year-to-date volume is now up 12.3% to a new record 357.468 units including light commercial vehicles. As it has been the case in almost every single European market so far in July, Volkswagen is particularly strong at +58% and 11.6% share, helped by forwarded sales in the lead-up to the new WLTP emissions standards that will come into effect on September 1. Skoda (+17%) is knocked down to 2nd place at 10.6% but remains comfortably in the YTD lead. Nissan (+53%), Renault (+47%), Fiat (+36%), Opel (+31%) and Peugeot (+29%) also impress. Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia (+34%) remains on top, the Opel Astra (+60%) is up to #2 for the first time since May 2017 and the Fiat Tipo (+70%) is up a smashing 17 spots on June to #4, a new ranking record for the nameplate eclipsing the #6 hit in May 2017. The Ford Fiesta (+141%), Renault Megane (+106%), VW Polo (+90%), VW Passat (+85%), Seat Leon (+84%), Nissan Qashqai (+66%) and Jeep Renegade (#50) also make themselves noticed.

Previous month: Poland June 2018: Volkswagen, Kia, Dacia strong in market up 10.8%

One year ago: Poland July 2017: Skoda Fabia edges past Octavia to lead for two units

Full July 2018 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below.


Croatia July 2018: Volkswagen, Fiat, Dacia pull market up 39%

Fiat 500 sales are up 457% year-on-year in July.

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According to data released by our local partner , new car sales in Croatia soar 39% year-on-year to 5.738 registrations in July, lifting the year-to-date tally up 21.2% to 43.967. This is the largest monthly gain since… the +46.4% of last January, so although it’s tempting to attribute July’s surge to the World Cup effect we mentioned last month, we won’t be sure until the end of Q3. The Top 4 best-selling carmakers all outpace the market: Volkswagen is up 81% to an out-of-this-world 19.6% share leading to a YTD volume up 22% to 14.9%, Skoda is up 49%, Suzuki up 44% and 6 spots on June and Fiat up 230% and three spots on last month. Dacia (+78%), Peugeot (+76%) and Citroen (+48%) also overperform whereas Renault (-3%) disappoints. Further down, Subaru (+300%), Mitsubishi (+129%), Kia (+108%), Volvo (+85%), Nissan (+53%) and Porsche (+50%) impress. VW justifies its performance by placing six nameplates in the Top 20: the Golf (-0.3%) at #1, Polo (+256%) at #2, Tiguan (+361%) at #3, T-Roc at #12, Touran at #17 and Passat at #19. The Skoda Octavia (+49%) overtakes the Renault Clio (-11%) to snap the YTD top spot, with other great performers including the Fiat 500 (+457%), Dacia Logan (#7), Fiat 500L (#11), Skoda Fabia (+111%), Citroen C3 (+89%) and Suzuki SX4 S-Cross (+69%).

Previous month: Croatia June 2018: VW up 71%, Polo and Captur lead in market up 25%

Previous year: Croatia Full Year 2017: Skoda Octavia #1 for third time, market up 15.1%

Full July 2018 Top 35 All-brands and Top 20 models below.


Hungary July 2018: Volkswagen surprise leader, market up 29%

Volkswagen is the best-selling brand in Hungary in July, and the Golf is up to #4.

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The Hungarian new car market surges 29% year-on-year both in July to 12.043 registrations and year-to-date at 82.789. Volkswagen (+115%) is the surprise best-selling brand in Hungary this month at 10.9% share vs. 7.6% YTD thanks to an extravagant year-on-year uplift, overtaking the traditional leader Suzuki (-3%) at 10.8% vs. 15.5% so far in 2018. Opel (+23%) passes Skoda (+33%) and Ford (+31%) to climb onto the monthly podium, with Renault (+50%) and Toyota (+49%) also very impressive in the remainder of the Top 10 where Kia (+25%), Hyundai (+8%) and most strikingly Dacia (-27%) underperform. Over in the models ranking, the Suzuki Vitara (+11%) and Skoda Octavia (+3%) remain on top, but are joined on the podium by the Ford Kuga (+50%) while the VW Golf justifies the brand’s leadership by leaping to 4th place and breaking into the YTD Top 10. The Nissan Qashqai (+111%), Renault Clio, Skoda Rapid and Toyota Yaris also shine.

Previous month: Hungary June 2018: Suzuki, Skoda, Renault pull market up 20.6%

One year ago: Hungary July 2017: Suzuki SX4 S-Cross on podium in market up 15.8%

Full July 2018 Top 10 brands and models below.


Bulgaria July 2018: Skoda (+99%) snaps lead in market up 28.9%

Skoda sales surge 99% to propel the carmaker to #1 in Bulgaria this month.

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Another excellent month for new car sales in Bulgaria, up 28.9% year-on-year in July to 4.014 registrations, leading to a year-to-date volume up 18.5% to 25.185 units. There’s a big surprise atop the Bulgarian brands ranking this month: Skoda surges 99% on July 2017 to hit 11% share and take the lead, the Czech brand now up 50% to 9.6% year-to-date where it remains 3rd. Dacia (+7%) ranks 2nd once again at 10.6% share vs. 10.2% YTD while Renault (+14%) is down two spots on June to #3 and 9.2% share, markedly below its YTD #1 level of 11.7% (+27%). Nissan (+138%), Hyundai (+117%), Volkswagen (+65%) and Citroen (+49%) also vastly improve on the already very dynamic market growth, still inside the Top 10. Below, notice Mitsubishi (+240%), Subaru (+200%), Honda (+114%), Mercedes (+103%), Porsche (+89%) and Seat (+70%).

Previous month: Bulgaria June 2018: Renault up 23% to 13.5% share, market up 9.3%

Previous year: Bulgaria Full Year 2017: Dacia and Renault lead, Kia up 123% to #4

Full July 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking table below.


Chile July 2018: Chevrolet back in charge, Chinese up 50%

Chevrolet reclaims the brands top spot it holds YTD.

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The Chilean new car market gains 11.4% year-on-year in July to 31.285 registrations, leading to a year-to-date volume up 22.4% to 233.415 units. Chevrolet (+11%) follows the market and rebounds back up four spots on June to the pole position it holds year-to-date, distancing Kia (+14%), Suzuki (+26%) and Nissan (-8%) in difficulty. Volkswagen (+51%), Mazda (+17%) and Toyota (+13%) also shine inside the Top 10, while further down Opel (+900%), Maxus (+218%), Changan (+178%), Lifan (+118%), MG (+116%), the Chrysler Group (+111%), Lexus (+67%), Foton (+66%), Land Rover (+56%), Skoda (+55%) and Volvo (+45%) all surge ahead. As a whole, Chinese carmakers continue to vastly outperform the market with sales up 50% in July to 13.9% share vs. 12.6% YTD.

Previous month: Chile June 2018: Suzuki #1, Chinese up 47% in market up 21.6%

One year ago: Chile July 2017: Nissan leads, Chinese up 37% in market up 25%

Full July 2018 Top 50 brands ranking below.


Israel July 2018: Hyundai, Kia tighten stranglehold, market down 16.4%

Hyundai is the most popular car brand in Israel.

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Thanks to our partnership with , we can share with you today July brands data for Israel, models data is now a quarterly occurrence. And it’s a tough month for new car sales here with volumes down a steep 16.4% to 21.452 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down 2.7% to 188.549. But the Korean top sellers defy the challenging market conditions to post cool gains: Hyundai is up 2% to 19.1% share and Kia is up 6% to 16.2%. Far below, Toyota (-18.7%) dives to 11.7% but Skoda (+19%) surges to 10.1%. Seat (+11%) and Mitsubishi (+4%) also shine in the Top 10 while below, MG (+6500%), DS (+1250%), Ssangyong (+226%), Lexus (+157%), Audi (+56%), Jeep (+46%), Citroen (+30%), Volkswagen (+22%), BMW (+19%) and Volvo (+12%) make themselves noticed.

Previous month: Israel June 2018: Hyundai Ioniq (#1), Kia Niro (#5) up, Top 5 is Korean

One year ago: Israel July 2017: After three months absence, Hyundai reclaims #1

Full July 2018 Top 43 All-brands ranking below.


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