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Argentina October 2018: Toyota Hilux & Etios lead, Fiat Cronos on podium

The Fiat Cronos leaps up to third place overall in Argentina in October.

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The freefalling of the Argentinean new vehicle market continues to accelerate at -36.5% in October at 48.330 registrations after September down 33.6%August down 22.8%July down 14.4% and June down 9.4%. The year-to-date tally is now down 5.2% to 728.306. Best-selling brand this month, Toyota (+2%) is the only Top 10 carmaker in positive alongside Jeep (+18%) at #10. Chevrolet (-55%), Fiat (-48%), Citroen (-47%), Ford (-46%), Volkswagen (-45%) and Peugeot (-43%) fall even faster than the market while Nissan (-14%) and Renault (-16%) resist well. Further down, Dongfeng (+200%), Smart (+52%), DS (+33%) and Subaru (+23%) are among the rare marques in positive. Changan (#46) is the 6th Chinese carmaker to launch in Argentina this year after BAIC, Great Wall, Haval, JAC and Shineray – however all remain below 0.2% share so far.

The Toyota Hilux (-6%) and Etios (-25%) hold onto the Top 2 positions, swapping their roles YTD to reflect that order also. The Fiat Cronos leaps up 9 spots on September to both break into the Top 10 and the podium at #3, 18 sales above the Renault Kwid, another recent launch (<12 months). The Toyota Corolla (+6%) is the only Top 10 nameplate in positive whereas the VW Gol (-67%), Chevrolet Onix (-49%) and Peugeot 208 (-39%) all implode. The Toyota Yaris (+395%) and VW Polo (+251%) both shine.

Previous month: Argentina September 2018: Toyota Hilux, Etios top market down 33.6%

One year ago: Argentina October 2016: VW Gol, Chevy Onix and Prisma shine in market up 23.1%

Full October 2018 Top 50 All-brands and Top 240 All-models below.

Argentina September 2018: Toyota Hilux, Etios top market down 33.6%

The Toyota Hilux is the best-selling vehicle in Argentina for the first time since January 2017.

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Now hit full-frontal by the economic recession and galloping inflation that is plaguing the country, the Argentinean new vehicle market continues to accelerate its freefall, sinking 33.6% in September to 52.364 after June sales down 9.4%,  July down 14.4% and August down 22.8%. The year-to-date tally now tilts into negative at 679.976, down 2.9% year-on-year and the third highest result in history below 2013 (752.724) and 2017 (700.348). Volkswagen (-47%) is up one spot on August to return to the pole position it holds year-to-date despite losing almost half its volume year-on-year. It distances Toyota (-16%) up 3 spots to #2, Chevrolet (-44%) and Renault (-33%). Jeep (+23%) is the only Top 20 manufacturer to manage a year-on-year gain this month at #10, with Nissan (-13%) and Volvo (-15%) resisting best but Lifan (-66%), Hyundai (-63%), Audi (-61%), Chery (-54%), Citroen (-51%), Ford (-47%) and Fiat (-46%) among the worst hit. Further down, Dongfeng (+325%), Suzuki (+29%) and Subaru (+27%) stand out. Toyota manages a 1-2 in the models ranking with the Hilux (-15%) in first place for the first time since January 2017 ahead of the Etios (-28%) while the order is reversed in the YTD ranking that sees the Etios (+12%) on top above the Hilux (+4%). The Chevrolet Onix (-40%), Prisma (-38%) and Ford Ka (-37%) complete the Top 5 ahead of the Renault Kwid up one rank on August to a record 6th place.

Previous month: Argentina August 2018: Ford Ka dominates market freefalling 22.8%

One year ago: Argentina September 2017: Golf, Onix and Sandero on top

Full September 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 230 All-models below.

Argentina August 2018: Ford Ka dominates market freefalling 22.8%

The Ford Ka is the most popular nameplate in Argentina in August.

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The new car sales in Argentina is worsening very fast: after 24 consecutive months of gains, June down 9.4% and July down 14.4%, August registrations dive 22.8% year-on-year to 65.347 units. A record start of the year still puts the YTD tally in positive at +3.8% and 627.612 deliveries, but this won’t last as prospects for the remainder of 2018 are dark due to the country’s precarious economic situation, rising inflation and the 55% devaluation of the local currency, the peso. Renault (-18%) takes the lead of the brands ranking for the first time since last January, but for just 11 sales above Volkswagen (26%) which remains #1 YTD. Ford (-22%), Chevrolet (-33%) and Toyota (-17%) complete the Top 5 and we have to wait until #9 to see the first carmaker in positive: Nissan (+25%) and Jeep (+23%). Further down, Dongfeng (+789%), Suzuki (+175%), Geely (+114%), Subaru (+30%), Mini (+15%) and Volvo (+15%) stand out.

The Ford Ka (+44%) scores its second ever monthly win in Argentina after last April thanks to a very solid year-on-year gain potentially linked to the arrival of the crossover-looking Freestyle variant. The Toyota Hilux (-13%) and Chevrolet Onix (-32%) complete the podium ahead of the Fiat Argo, the leader of the past two months, celebrating one year in market. The Toyota Etios (-26%) is stuck in 5th place but remains #1 YTD, the Renault Kwid becomes the most popular recent launch (<12 months) at #7 ahead of the Fiat Cronos at #19 and the VW Virtus at #29.

Previous month: Argentina July 2018: Fiat Argo repeats at #1, market down 14.4%

One year ago: Argentina August 2017: Chevy Onix up to #2, Renault Oroch in Top 10

Full August 2018 Top 50 All-brands and Top 230 All-models below.

Argentina July 2018: Fiat Argo repeats at #1, market down 14.4%

The Fiat Argo repeats at #1 in Argentina.

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The Argentinean new car market has definitely hit the wall: down for the second consecutive month in July after 12 straight months of gains at -14.4% to 66.746 registrations. The year-to-date tally still shows a frankly positive result at +8.2% to 562.365 units but no one in the local industry is tabling on a record year anymore, even though it was still the case only two months ago. What happened? The country’s precarious economic situation, rising inflation and the 55% devaluation of the local currency, the peso, have finally caught up with the market. The Top 8 best-selling carmakers are all in negative, with Volkswagen (-11%), Renault (-22%) and Chevrolet (-10%) replicating the YTD podium ahead of Ford (-17%), Fiat (-12%) and Toyota (-9%), the only brand posting a single-digit drop atop the ranking. Below Peugeot (-27%) and Citroen (-15%), Nissan (+68%) and Jeep (+103%) post spectacular gains, even more impressive in the suddenly depressed context.

Further down, Dongfeng (+431%), Agrale (+177%), Suzuki (+135%), Chery (+15%), Geely (+10%), and Hyundai (+7%) are the only other manufacturers in positive, with Chinese BAIC up four spots to a record #23. Model-wise, the Fiat Argo manages a second consecutive month as the best-selling nameplate in the country with 4.6% share vs. 2.8% YTD where it now ranks 6th. The Ford Ka (+23%) and Chevrolet Prisma (+26%) defy the market conditions to post significant gains and fund up the podium ahead of the Toyota Hilux (-12%), Etios (-2%) and Chevrolet Onix (-10%), all down but less than the market. The VW Polo is boosted 658% by the new generation to #7, while the Renault Kwid returns inside the Top 10 at #9. Among other recent launches, the Fiat Cronos is up 4 spots on last month to #14 and the VW Virtus is up 1 to #30.

Previous month: Argentina June 2018: Fiat Argo posts first pole position, market hits brakes

One year ago: Argentina July 2017: Renault leads, Oroch above Duster YTD

Full July 2018 Top 47 All-brands and Top 235 All-models below.

Argentina June 2018: Fiat Argo posts first pole position, market hits brakes

First monthly win in the world for the Fiat Argo.

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The precarious economic situation, rising inflation and the 55% devaluation of the local currency, the peso, have finally caught up with new car sales in Argentina: after 12 continuous months of double-digit year-on-year gains were halted last month with a 9.4% uplift, the market registers its first YoY drop in exactly two years – since June 2016 – and it’s a painful one at -15.8% to 64.140 units. The YTD tally remains however in frank positive territory for now at +12.2% to a record 495.619, but hopes for a new annual record may prove hard to reach. Worryingly, the Top 3 best-selling brands all fall faster than the market with Volkswagen (-16%), Chevrolet (-21%) and Renault (-22%) composing the podium. Fiat (-3%) and Toyota (-8%) fare much better just below while Ford (-25%) and Peugeot (-17%) sink. The tail end of the Top 10 sees hefty gains by Nissan (+53%) and Jeep (+52%) with Citroen (+4%) also managing a year-on-year gain, albeit much more discreet. Below, Dongfeng (+2967%), Suzuki (+217%), Geely (+113%), Subaru (+26%) and Chery (+16%) impress with Chinese carmakers surging 38% as a whole to 1.4% share vs. 1.1% (+39%) so far in 2018.

There’s a big surprise atop the Argentinean models ranking this month: only one month after breaking into the Top 10 for the first time, the Fiat Argo signs its first pole position in the world, and by a large margin with over 4.000 sales and 4.9% share for June vs. under 3.000 and 3.5% for the #2, the Chevrolet Prisma (+21%). The Argo is manufactured in Betim in Brazil but has only managed to peak at #8 there, both in December 2017 and January 2018. The Toyota Etios (-1%) limits its fall and manages to increase its advantage over the Toyota Hilux to 805 units, potentially headed towards its first annual win in the world. Notice also the VW Polo up 7-fold on June 2017 thanks to the new generation and the Renault Kwid down two spots on May to a still very satisfying 12th place.

Previous month: Argentina May 2018: Toyota Etios best-seller in market up 9.4%

One year ago: Argentina June 2017: Renault Sandero best-seller for the first time

Full June 2018 Top 47 All-brands and Top 230 All-models below.

Argentina May 2018: Toyota Etios best-seller in market up 9.4%

The Toyota Etios is #1 in Argentina for the second time ever. 

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The Argentinean new car market gains 9.4% year-on-year in May to 82.706 registrations, the second best ever score for the month after May 2013 (89.644), lifting the year-to-date volume up 18% to 431.479 units, an all time record after five months, eclipsing the previous best of 422.225 established in 2013. Volkswagen remains the most popular carmaker in the country but is panting a little at just +3% whereas Renault soars 29% in 2nd place, distancing Ford (+4%), Chevrolet (-5%) and Toyota also impressive at +26%. Jeep (+131%), Nissan (+93%) and Chery (+41%) post spectacular gains in a Top 14 unchanged on April. Chinese manufacturers continue to gallop ahead, surging 94% to 1.212 sales and 1.5% vs. +54% and 1.1% YTD. Lifan (+81%), Dongfeng (+2580%!), Geely (+113%) and newcomers BAIC (#27), Great Wall (#38) and Haval (#43) are the best performers.

First Top 10 ranking for the Fiat Argo in Argentina.

The Toyota Etios is the best-selling vehicle in Argentina for the second time in the past four months – and ever – after last February thanks to deliveries surging 51% year-on-year to 4.7% share, widening the small advantage it has over the #2 vehicle YTD, the Hilux (+22% in May) to 668 sales. The Ford Ka (-3%) drops two spots on April to #3, ahead of the Chevrolet Prisma (-2%) and Onix (-14%). The Fiat Argo is up 7 ranks on last month to easily break into the Argentinean Top 10 for the first time at #6, the VW Polo is up 8-fold on May 2017 to #9 thanks to the generation and the Renault Kwid is down 3 spots but remains inside the Top 10 at #10. Notice also the Fiat Cronos up 9 ranks to #13, the VW Virtus up 7 to #33 and the Chery Tiggo 2 (#178), Great Wall Wingle (#179) and Haval H6 (#188) making their first appearance.

Previous month: Argentina April 2018: Ford Ka posts first #1 finish in record market

One year ago: Argentina May 2017: Market up 28%, on track for 2nd best year ever

Full May 2018 Top 50 All-brands and Top 230 All-models below.

Argentina April 2018: Ford Ka posts first #1 finish in record market

The Ford Ka is the best-selling vehicle in Argentina in April.

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New car sales in Argentina soar 21.3% year-on-year in April to 76.554 units, the highest score for the month since 2013 (81.411). The year-to-date volume now stands at an all-time high 348.713, up 20.3% on the same period in 2017. In the brands ranking, Volkswagen (+2%) reclaims the top spot it holds YTD but Renault (+33%) and Ford (+16%) do much better just below while March leader Chevrolet (+4%) drops three spots to #4. Stunningly, five of the six next best-sellers all outpace the market, led by Jeep up a gargantuan 279%, Nissan (+124%), Peugeot (+39%), Citroen (+35%) and Toyota (+35%). Only Fiat (+20%) isn’t able to match the market growth, but just. Audi (+85%), Agrale (+68%), Kia (+58%) and Suzuki (+48%) also shine further down the ranking but it’s the Chinese that monopolise the largest gains, overall up 79% in April to 1.4% share and 46% YTD to 1%, boosted by Dongfeng (+2000%), Geely (+322%), Lifan (+68%) and Chery (+46%).

Model-wise, the Ford Ka posts its very first monthly win thanks to deliveries up 32% year-on-year, distancing the Toyota Hilux (+29%), Etios (+39%), Chevrolet Onix (+14%) and Prisma (+26%). The fight for the FY2018 title promises to be very tight this year with the Toyota Etios (+33%) in the lead after 4 months, only 106 units above the Toyota Hilux (+15%) and 175 above the Chevrolet Onix (+43%). The Renault Kwid leaps a further two spots on March to reach #7 with new volume and share records at 2.384 and 3.1%. The VW Polo (+866%) and Renault Logan (+193%) also impress inside the Top 10 with the Ford Ecosport (+79%) shining just outside. Among recent launches (< 12 months), the Fiat Argo is up one spot to #13, followed by the Fiat Cronos at #22 (+10), the Nissan Kicks at #32 (+6), VW Virtus at #40 (+83) and Citroen C4 Cactus at #60 (+1).

Previous month: Argentina March 2018: Chevrolet Prisma signs first win in record market

One year ago: Argentina April 2017: VW Gol cements leadership in market up 9%

Full April 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 215 All-models below.

Argentina March 2018: Chevrolet Prisma signs first win in record market

The Chevrolet Prisma is the best-selling vehicle in Argentina for the first time.

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It’s a third record month in a row for Argentinean new car sales, up 9.4% to 83.954 units, beating the previous March record of 81.901 established back in 2012. The year-to-date volume now stands at a record 272.159, up 19.9% on the same period in 2017. Chevrolet soars 13% and gains two spots on February to snap the brands top spot with 14.2% share, just 44 units above Volkswagen (-10.1%) at 14.1%. Renault (+14%) drops one spot to #3 at 13.4%, distancing Ford (+8%), Fiat (+19%) and Toyota (+13%) all above 10% share. The remainder of the Top 10 features great performers Nissan (+38%), Citroen (+18%) and Peugeot (+17%) while Mercedes (-11%) is the worst performer. Further down, Dongfeng (+1250%), Geely (+525%), Smart (+213%), Subaru (+113%), Suzuki (+106%), Audi (+103%), Lifan (+96%), JMC (+89%), Jeep (+81%), Agrale (+70%) and Dodge (+37%) stand out.

Model-wise, Chevrolet posts a stunning 1-2 with the Prisma lodging its first-ever monthly win thanks to deliveries up 51% (previous best: #5) and the Onix up 24% to #2, cementing its year-to-date leadership with sales up 52% to 4.1% share. The Toyota Etios, #1 in February, is down to #3 but holds onto a solid 2nd place YTD. The Ford Ka is up 32% year-on-year and 7 ranks on last month to #4, the Toyota Hilux is up 13% but down 3 spots to #5 while the Renault Kwid edges up one spot to break its ranking record at #9 and the Ford Escosport is up 77% and 12 spots to #10. The VW Polo is propelled up 7-fold to #12 by the new generation, the Fiat Argo is up 9 spots to #14 and the Fiat Cronos up 22 to #32. The VW Virtus lands at #123.

Previous month: Argentina February 2018: Toyota Etios posts first win in record market

One year ago: Argentina March 2017: VW Gol and Renault Sandero on top

Full March 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 212 All-models below.

Argentina February 2018: Toyota Etios posts first win in record market

First monthly win for the Toyota Etios in Argentina. 

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The Argentinian new car market shoots up 19.6% year-on-year in February to 68.406 registrations, a new all-time record for the month lifting the year-to-date tally up 24.8% to a record 187.300 units after just two months. Toppled by Renault in January, Volkswagen reclaims its traditional pole position this month but vastly trails the market at just +9% to 16.2% share. Renault shines at +35%, distancing Chevrolet (+12%) and Ford (+17%) while Fiat (+48%) posts the largest gain in the Top 10 followed closely by Nissan (+45%). Further down, Smart (+543%), Jeep (+164%), Audi (+88%), Kia (+40%) and Hyundai (+35%) impress but once again it is Chinese carmakers that post some of the most spectacular gains: Chery (+64%), Lifan (+138%), Geely (+856%) and Dongfeng (+1975%) all evolve frankly higher than their respective 2017 levels, with Chinese manufacturers as a whole up a whopping 118% to 1.4% share.

The Renault Kwid breaks into the Argentinean Top 10 for the first time.

Over in the models ranking, the freshly facelifted Toyota Etios posts its first ever win in Argentina thanks to deliveries up 26% to 3.9% share. The race for the February title was extremely tight with the Etios distancing the Toyota Hilux by just 32 units, the VW Gol by 41 and the Chevrolet Onix (+47%) by 54. Year-to-date, the Onix holds onto the top spot thanks to a very strong January result. The Fiat Palio (+26%), Peugeot 208 (+31%), Chevrolet Prisma (+38%) and Renault Kangoo (+39%) all beat the market inside the Top 10. For its 4th month of sales, the Renault Kwid breaks into the Argentinean Top 10 for the first time at #10. Other great performers include the VW Polo (+405%), Ford Ka (+137%), Jeep Renegade (+137%), Renault Captur (+85%) and Fiat Mobi (+83%).

Previous month: Argentina January 2018: Renault and Chevrolet Onix topple perennial leaders

One year ago: Argentina February 2017: VW Gol back in charge, market up 20%

Full February 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 220 All-models below.

Argentina January 2018: Renault & Chevy Onix topple perennial leaders VW & Gol in all-time record market

First monthly win for the Chevrolet Onix in Argentina.

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The Argentinean new car market starts 2018 with a bang: up a whopping 27.9% year-on-year, January sales shoot up to 118.924 units, the highest monthly volume in Argentinean history, eclipsing the previous record of 112.607 established back in January 2012. In the brands ranking, Renault (+58%) outsells 14-year leader Volkswagen (+20%) for the second time in the past 7 months after last July, with Chevrolet (+47%), Ford (+21%) and Toyota (+23%) also above the symbolic 10% market share mark. Jeep (+172%), Suzuki (+152%), Agrale (+91%), Nissan (+74%), Mitsubishi (+49%) and Audi (+39%) all post spectacular gains but the most impressive improvement comes from Chinese brands: up 164% year-on-year as a whole to 1.3% share, all Chinese carmakers score extravagant growth this month: Chery is up 72%, Lifan up 208%, Geely up 4633% (!), JMC up 47% and Dongfeng up 400% while BAIC makes its very first appearance in the Argentinean sales charts at #30 and newcomer Foton is up to #33 vs. #37 over the FY2017.

The locally-produced Fiat Cronos is a sedan version of the Argo.

Over in the models charts, after ranking on the podium for 7 of the last 8 months of 2017, the Chevrolet Onix – the overall best-seller in Brazil for the past three years – scores its very first monthly win in Argentina thanks to deliveries soaring 84% year-on-year. The Toyota Hilux (+13%) trails the market in 2nd place, distancing the Toyota Etios (+45%), Ford Ka (+95%) and 2017’s leader the VW Gol (+32%). In the Top 50, notice also the Jeep Renegade (+152%), VW Polo (+146%), Renault Captur (+125%), VW Up (+102%), Fiat Mobi (+93%), Renault Duster Oroch (+81%), Chevrolet Tracker (+80%) and Renault Kangoo (+80%) all in extremely good shape. The Chery Tiggo at #47 (+73%) is the best-selling Chinese nameplate above the Chery QQ at #64 (+79%), the Lifan Foison at #75 (+169%) and Lifan Myway at #91. The Renault Kwid tops all recent launches (<12 months) at #20, ahead of the Fiat Argo (#29), Nissan Kicks (#51) and Peugeot 301 (#52). New arrivals for January include the Fiat Tipo (#119), Cronos (#123), BAIC X35 (#134), Fiat 500X (#142) and BAIC X55 (#159).

BAIC makes its entrance on the Argentinean market just as Chinese carmakers gain 164%. 

Previous post: Argentina Full Year 2017: Gol, Sandero and Onix top market up 27%

One year ago: Argentina January 2017: Renault Sandero leads passenger cars for 1st time

Full January 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 225 All-models below.

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