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New Zealand October 2018: Rentals push market to all-time high volume, Toyota at 30%

Deep discounts on the outgoing generation push Toyota RAV4 sales up 108% in October.

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The New Zealand new vehicle market reaches a new all-time high monthly volume in October at 16.670 units, smashing the previous all-time best of 15.985 established in June 2017 and up 7.6% year-on-year, leading to a YTD volume also at a record high 136.063, up 1.7% on the previous record established over the same period in 2017. Toyota (+12%) outpaces the market to reach a gargantuan 30% share vs. 19.3% YTD, posting its largest monthly volume ever in New Zealand at 4.998 units. The Japanese manufacturer was helped by its domination of the rental market, always bustling during these pre-Summer months: 88% of Corollas registered in October were to rental companies, 82% of RAV4, 79% of Highlander, 75% of Prado and 61% of Yaris.

Holden (+7%) posts a performance in total contrast with its dismal figures in neighbouring Australia, even climbing up 3 spots on September to #2 overall. It distances Ford (-16%), Mazda (+14%) and Mitsubishi (+19%) with Volkswagen (+25%) and Nissan (+14%) also standing out in the Top 10. Haval (+200%), Bentley (+167%), Citroen (+158%), Alfa Romeo (+150%), Renault (+137%), Great Wall (+133%), Jeep (+106%), Skoda (+92%), LDV (+62%), Volvo (+46%) and Honda (+24%) also make waves. The Toyota Corolla (-2%) tops the models ranking with an ultra-dominant 10.5% share but is stuck at #3 YTD for now. At #2, the Toyota RAV4 (+108%) more than doubles its sales year-on-year thanks to rental and is now up to #4 YTD. The Ford Ranger (+3%) and Toyota Hilux (+6%) have timid months but remains in the YTD lead in this order, with the Mazda CX-5 (+40%), Holden Colorado (+29%) and Mitsubishi Triton (+23%) also in great shape in the Top 10.

Previous month: New Zealand September 2018: Pre-summer rentals lift Toyota Corolla to #1

One year ago: New Zealand October 2017: Rentals boost Toyota sales up 36% to 28.7% share

Full October 2018 Top 70 All-brands and Top 30 models below.

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Slovenia October 2018: Octavia, 2008 shine in market down 13.9%

The Skoda Octavia rises 50% to snap its first top spot finish of 2018.

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It’s a second consecutive month of post-WLTP decline for the Slovenian new car market at -13.9% to 5.548 units but the year-to-date tally remains comfortably in positive at +5.7% to a round 64.000 registrations. Volkswagen (+3%) manages a year-on-year uptick to 16% share vs. 16.5% so far in 2018 whereas Renault (-46%) implodes to 12.4% ahead of Skoda (+41%), Fiat (+16%), Peugeot (+15%) and Citroen (+15%) all posting outstanding scores. Further down, Jaguar (+967%), Smart (+614%), Mitsubishi (+158%) and Subaru (+133%) stand out. Model-wise the Skoda Octavia (+50%) brilliantly takes the lead for the first time since last December, overtaking a struggling Renault Clio (-19%) whereas just below the Fiat 500 (+102%) and VW Polo (+249%) post spectacular gains. The Peugeot 2008 (+61%), VW Tiguan (+16%) and Skoda Fabia (+5%) also shine in the Top 10 while the VW Golf (-53%) and Renault Megane (-30%) sink. The VW T-Roc (#12) leads recent launches ahead of the Skoda Karoq (#20) and Jaguar E-Pace (#52).

Previous month: Slovenia September 2018: Fiat doubles sales in market down 7.2%

One year ago: Slovenia October 2017: Renault up 71% to 19.7% share, market up 23%

Full October 2018 Top 35 All-brands and Top 195 All-models below.

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Japan October 2018: Toyota Sienta climbs to #2 in market up 12.5%

The Toyota Sienta climbs back up to 2nd place among regular cars this month.

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New vehicle sales in Japan soar 12.5% year-on-year in October to 418.992 units, the largest gain since June 2017 (+13.4%)  tilting the year-to-date volume into positive at +0.2% to 4.442.598. However the Top 4 best-selling marques all trail their home market: Toyota (+7.3%), Honda (+8.9%), Daihatsu (+9.2%) now #4 YTD and Suzuki (+10.5%). Nissan (+93.8%) makes up for a particularly weak score in October 2017 due to an inspection scandal, while Mitsubishi (+22.4%) and Hino (+22.4%) also impress inside the Top 10. Subaru (-2.5%) is the only carmaker in negative in the Top 12. Mercedes (+1.7%) dominates foreigners once again but is kept outside the Top 10 at #11, distancing BMW (+3.1%), Volkswagen (+8.1%) and Mini (-3.8%). Further down, Bentley (+148.7%), Alfa Romeo (+116.5%), Rolls-Royce (+63.6%), Renault (+51.1%), McLaren (+50%), DS (+38.1%), Lamborghini (+36.8%), Volvo (+15.5%) and Jeep (+14.4%) are among the best performers whereas at the other end of the ladder, Smart (-35.6%), Land Rover (-27.7%), Audi (-23.8%), Ford (-15%) and Cadillac (-14.5%) are in great difficulty.

Bentley sales soar 148.7% year-on-year in October in Japan.

Model-wise, among regular cars the Toyota Aqua (+4%) is back to #1 for the 5th time in the past 7 months but is stuck at #2 year-to-date over 11.000 sales below the Nissan Note (+255%) down to #3 this month. Thanks to a mid-life facelift giving it a more SUV look and new seating configurations, the Toyota Sienta (+47%) leaps up six spots on September to land in 2nd place, the nameplate’s highest ranking in almost 3 years, since November 2015. Below the Toyota Prius (-12%), the Toyota Corolla (+33%) is boosted by the new generation hatch as is the Toyota Crown (+193%) up 6 ranks on September to land in 8th position, a ranking it hadn’t reached since November 2013. The Subaru Forester (+328%), Toyota JPN Taxi (+280%), Daihatsu Boon (+163%), Mazda Atenza (+163%), Honda Civic (+157%), Nissan X-Trail (+149%) and Toyota Alphard (+122%) all manage to more than double their sales year-on-year, most of them thanks to new models. As for all-new launches, the Suzuki Xbee is the most popular at #32 with 1.960 sales above the Mazda CX-8 at #37 and 1.396 and the Honda CR-V at #41 and 1.129.

The Honda CR-V is back on sale at home in Japan.

Over in the kei cars ranking, the Honda N-BOX (-3%) and Daihatsu Move (-15%) maintain their hold on the charts despite both dropping year-on-year, in contrast with their direct followers: the Suzuki Spacia (+72%), Daihatsu Tanto (+8%), Nissan Dayz (+90%) and Daihatsu Mira (+26%). The Daihatsu Atrai Wagon (+80%), Mazda Flair Wagon (+76%), Suzuki Jimny (+63%), Subaru Chiffon (+55%), Nissan NV100 Clipper Rio (+30%) and Toyota Pixis (+26%) also make themselves notiuced.

Previous month: Japan September 2018: Suzuki (+7.5%) and Jaguar (+68.5%) shine

One year ago: Japan October 2017: New Leaf can’t prevent Nissan’s freefall at -43%

Full October 2018 Top 55 All-brands, Top 50 regular cars and Top 33 All-kei cars below.

Cyprus October 2018: Toyota Yaris, Jeep Renegade lead army of SUV: 12 in Top 14

The Keep Renegade is up 1060% year-on-year in Cyprus in October.

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Thanks to our partnership with SEMO Cyprus and  we can share with you today October sales figures for Cyprus, a market down 4.5% year-on-year to 997 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally almost perfectly stable vs. the same period in 2017 at 11.328 vs. 11.333. The Toyota Yaris (+54%) is up 5 spots on September to reclaim the pole position it holds year-to-date, followed this time by a very impressive Jeep Renegade up 11-fold on October 2017 to #2 and 5.8% share. It is now #10 YTD at 2.2%, up 421%. It turns out the Yaris is the only passenger car in the Top 9, with all remaining nameplates being SUVs! The Toyota C-HR (+17%) drops one spot on last month to a still outstanding 3rd place, also its YTD ranking, ahead of the Nissan Qashqai (+24%), Hyundai Tucson (-44%), Kia Sportage (-17%), Nissan Juke (+9%), X-Trail (+85%) and VW Tiguan (-25%). The BMW X1 (-22%), Honda HR-V (+125%), Toyota RAV4 (-6%) and Kia Stonic even make it 12 SUVs in the Top 14…

Previous month: Cyprus September 2018: Nissan Qashqai leads, Top 5 is 100% SUV

One year ago: Cyprus October 2017: Ford Focus leaps to #1 YTD

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Romania October 2018: Dacia Sandero, Volvo resist in market at -32.9%

The Dacia Sandero swims upstream with a 22% gain in a market down 33%.

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New car sales in Romania still feel the brunt of post-WLTP hangover at -32.9% to 6.736 units in October, yet the year-to-date tally remains in frank positive territory at +27.6% to 113.331 sales. Homegrown brand leader Dacia matches the market at -34% to 28.2% share vs. 27.5% so far this year, with Skoda (-16%) and Ford (-17%) completing the podium and Skoda overtaking Renault (-63%) to earn the 2nd spot YTD. Only Volvo (+56%), Hyundai (+43%), Peugeot (+37%) and Mazda (+2%) post a gain in the Top 20, with Fiat (-83%), Audi (-79%), Seat (-68%), Land Rover (-59%), Suzuki (-59%), Citroen (-57%), Nissan (-52%), Kia (-51%), Mercedes (-49%), Volkswagen (-40%), Opel (-38%) and BMW (-36%) all freefalling. The Dacia Logan (-37%) celebrates 170 consecutive months at #1 ahead of the Duster (-45%) while the Sandero (+23%) posts a surprising surge in third place above the Skoda Octavia (-18%), Rapid (-22%) and Hyundai Tucson (+104%). The Ford Ecosport (+985%) is the only other Top 10 nameplate in positive, surfing on the launch of its facelifted variant. Other great performers include the Peugeot 3008 (+367%), Hyundai i30 (+134%), VW Touareg (+78%), Mazda CX-3 (+77%), Toyota C-HR (+43%) and the VW T-Roc up 43 spots on September to #17.

Previous month: Romania September 2018: Ecosport, Tucson survive market down 73%

One year ago: Romania October 2017: Dacia Duster up 55% in market up 26.2%

Full October 2018 Top 35 All-brands and Top 205 All-models below.

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Austria October 2018: VW T-Roc scores first podium, Cupra brand lands

First podium finish in the world for the VW T-Roc.

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New car sales in Austria are still feeling the sting of post-WLTP hangover with October registrations down another 20.3% year-on-year to just 22.513 units, leading to a year-to-date tally now up a tiny 0.1% or 349 sales to 298.471. Volkswagen (-23%) falls faster than the market but remains comfortably in the lead at 15.1% share vs. 16.6% so far this year, distancing Skoda (+8%) and Ford (-1%). BMW (+16%) and Hyundai (+11%) impress with the only double-digit gains in the Top 10 just as Seat (-46%) and Renault (-34%) freefall and Fiat (-20%), Opel (-19%) and Mercedes (-16%) roughly match the market. Further down, Smart (+65%), Ssangyong (+33%), Subaru (+33%), Bentley (+14%), Volvo (+9%), Dacia (+0.4%) and Mini (+0.3%) are the only carmaker in positive in the remainder of the ranking.

First appearance in any sales charts of the Cupra Ateca.

Over in the models charts, the VW Golf (-21%) reclaims the top spot but remains bruised, ahead of the Skoda Octavia (-8%) while at #3 the VW T-Roc scores its first ever podium, both in Austria and in the world. The Renault Clio (+23%), Hyundai i20 (+83%) and Skoda Karoq (+404%) follow, with the latter smashing its ranking record to #6 (previous best #10 last month). The Hyundai Tucson (+42%), surprise leader last month, is down to #8 but posts another impressive gain. The Seat Arona (+157%), Ford Ecosport (+333%), Skoda Superb (+40%) and Suzuki Jimmy (+130%) also make themselves noticed. We welcome the Cupra Ateca (#235), BMW 8 Series (#248) and Hyundai Nexo (#255).

Previous month: Austria September 2018: Hyundai Tucson first non-VW Group model #1 in 13 years

One year ago: Austria October 2017: VW Polo back up 55% to #2 thanks to new gen

Full October 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 280 All-models below.

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Czech Republic October 2018: Dacia soars 86% in market down 15%

Dacia sales soar 86% in the Czech Republic thanks to the Dokker and Duster.

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The Czech new car market is down for the 2nd month running in October at -15% to 19.704 units, pulling the year-to-date volume into negative territory at -0.5% to 227.488. Once again homegrown brand leader Skoda (-0.3%) fares much better than the market to shoot up to a mammoth 37.3% share vs. 31.9% so far this year. Hyundai (-22%) is up one spot to #3 despite a painful fall while Dacia soars 86% year-on-year to climb onto the October podium. Volkswagen (-48%) remains in freefall even though it is up one spot to #4. Peugeot (+30%) is the other great performer in the Top 10, Toyota (+5%) is the only additional one in positive and Renault (-50%), Ford (-42%), Mercedes (-24%) and Kia (-21%) implode. Further down, Jaguar (+194%), Lexus (+51%), Volvo (+46%), Jeep (+29%), Citroen (+16%) and Land Rover (+16%) all go against the grain to post stellar gains. Models-wise, the Skoda Octavia (+0.2%), Fabia (+22%) and Rapid (+2%) dominate once again, this time ahead of the Hyundai i30 (-16%), Skoda Karoq (+45%) and Superb (-26%). The Dacia Dokker (+371%), Peugeot 2008 (+59%) and Dacia Duster (+51%) are the other great performers in the Czech Top 10 this month.

Previous month: Czech Republic September 2018: Skoda above 40% share, sales down 29%

One year ago: Czech Republic October 2017: First Top 10 for the Skoda Karoq

Full October 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 265 All-models below.

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Switzerland October 2018: Mercedes (+20%), Volvo (+35%) defy market down 7.8%

Volvo sales gain 35% year-on-year in a market down 7.8%, mainly thanks to the XC40.

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Although not part of the European Union, new car sales in Switzerland continue to be impacted by stock shortages triggered by the change-over to WLTP, at -7.8% to 22.788 units, pulling the year-to-date volume down 3.2% to 248.074. Despite a painful drop, Volkswagen (-21%) edges back above Mercedes (+20%) itself in excellent shape, to reclaim the top spot, but just: only 28 sales separate the two manufacturers. BMW (-1%), Audi (-10%) and Skoda (-12%) round up the Top 5, while Volvo (+35%) and Ford (+9%) are the only other Top 10 brands in positive. Further down, Mitsubishi (+98%), Jaguar (+67%), Lexus (+52%), Ferrari (+35%), Jeep (+33%), Subaru (+22%) and Alfa Romeo (+17%) are among the rare carmakers registering a year-on-year gain whereas at the other end of the scale Seat (-41%), Nissan (-31%), Opel (-29%), Citroen (-27%), Porsche (-27%), Mazda (-20%), Fiat (-18%) and Suzuki (-18%) freefall.

The Skoda Octavia (-9%) and VW Tiguan (-18%) remain the most popular nameplates in the country while the VW Golf (-31%) returns to the third spot it holds YTD despite a ghastly fall. The Mercedes GLC (+45%) and Audi A3 (-6%) complete the Top 5 ahead of the VW T-Roc stable at #6. The BMW X3 (+116%), Mercedes C-Class (+39%) and A-Class (+38%) also impress in the Top 12, with the Hyundai Kona up 14 spots to #23 and the Volvo XC40 up 9 to #31 the next best-selling recent launches.

Previous month: Switzerland September 2018: Mercedes #1 marque, market down 16.8%

One year ago: Switzerland October 2017: Audi up 13%, Q5 and Q2 break records

Full October 2018 Top 50 All-brands and Top 325 All-models below.

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Poland October 2018: Mercedes (+59%), BMW (+37%) help market up 1.5%

The Mercedes GLC Coupe scores its first Top 50 finish in Poland this month.

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After two months impacted by the new WLTP testing standards ( +58% in August and -22.3% in September), new car sales in Poland stabilise in October at +1.5% to 46.532 units including light commercials, bringing the year-to-date total up 11.9% to a record 498.553. Brand leader Skoda (-0.4%) posts a strong share at 12.7% vs. 11.6% year-to-date, while Volkswagen (+10%) is back into the 2nd spot int holds YTD ahead of Toyota (-4%) particularly weak at 7.8% share vs. 9.7% so far this year. Mercedes (+59%) and BMW (+37%) post the largest gains in the Top 15, followed by Dacia (+20%), Kia (+19%) and Ford (+11%) now #4 YTD above Opel. Nissan (-35%), Renault (-23%) and Fiat (-20%) struggle. In the models ranking, the Skoda Fabia (+8%) posts a 2nd consecutive month at #1 thanks to its facelift, whereas the Skoda Octavia (-11%) is in difficulty but remains #1 YTD for now. The VW Golf (+34%) is back up 15 spots on last month to #3, distancing the Opel Astra (-21%), Toyota Yaris (+14%) and Dacia Duster (+17%). The Ford Fiesta (+96%), Dacia Sandero (+68%), Volvo XC60 (+65%), Mercedes Sprinter (+55%), Kia Cee’d (+42%) and VW Polo (+41%) post the largest gains further down while the Peugeot 3008 (#42) and Mercedes GLC Coupe (#45) score their first Polish Top 50 finish.

Previous month: Poland September 2018: Dacia up, ignores post-WLTP blues (-22.5%)

One year ago: Poland October 2017: Fabia closes in on Octavia YTD, Opel Insignia up

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Chile October 2018: Chevrolet #1, Suzuki up 61% in market up 23.3%

Suzuki soars 61% year-on-year in Chile in October.

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The September 2018 post has now been updated with the Top 20 models

New car sales in Chile celebrate 30 consecutive months of year-on-year gains in October with a splendid +23.3% surge to 37.132 registrations, a new record for the month smashing the previous best of 34.175 established in 2012. This is also the 20the double-digit gain in the past 25 months, propelling the year-to-date tally up 19.5% to a record 348.539 units after 10 months, eclipsing the 305.857 units of 2013. Chevrolet (+31%) reclaims the top spot it holds year-to-date, even though it is only its third monthly win since last April. Hyundai (+38%) and Suzuki (+61%), both in excellent shape, round up the podium while Mazda (+29%), Ford (+27%) and Mitsubishi (+23%) post the next best gains in the remainder of the Top 10 where Toyota (-13%) and Nissan (-11%) struggle. Further down, Opel (+293%), the Chrysler Group (+116%), Skoda (+100%), Citroen (+69%) and Mercedes (+69%) impress but once gain it’s Chinese manufacturers, all-in-all up 58% to 13% share, that lodge some of the most spectacular gains, with Brilliance (+145%), MG (+143%), Changan (+138%), JAC (+84%), the Great Wall Group (+55%), Chery (+38%), Dongfeng (+35%), Maxus (+31%) ZNA (+31%) and FAW (+29%) making themselves noticed.

Previous month: Chile September 2018: Hyundai leads, Volkswagen up 79% in record market

One year ago: Chile October 2017: Toyota leads market up 17.9%

Full October 2018 Top 50 brands ranking below.

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