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Belarus Q3 2018: Lada teases Renault, Geely up to #4 thanks to Atlas

The Geely Atlas is best-seller in its segment, helping lift the Chinese brand to #4 overall.

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The Belorussian new car market is one of the most dynamic in the entire world, with Q3 sales up 58.3% year-on-year to 14.286 units, leading to a year-to-date volume up 67.1% to 37.482 registrations. Renault (+14%) vastly under-performs and as a result is now seriously threatened by Lada (+201%) up 3-fold year-on-year to 20.8% share vs. 21.5% for the French manufacturer that retains a 1.700 unit-advantage year-to-date. Volkswagen (+18%) also disappoints at 13% share but it’s Geely, up 20-fold on the same period in 2017, that creates the event in Belarus, reaching 6.4% of the market over the 3rd Quarter in 4th place overall and now #8 YTD vs. #12 in FY2017. Ford (+93%), GAZ (+76%), Nissan (+64%) and Kia (+60%) also outpace the market in the remainder of the Top 10 while Skoda (+55%) and Hyundai (+42%) are slightly below but still post sizeable gains. Porsche (+278%), Mercedes (+270%), Suzuki (+141%) and Mitsubishi (+100%) are among the most dynamic further down.

Over in the models ranking, the Lada Vesta, up 10-fold on the same period in 2017, has now managed to reach the same level as the best-seller of the past 5 years, the VW Polo: the two nameplates, both above 10% share, are separated by only two minuscule sales in Q3, to the (temporary?) advantage of the Polo. The fight for the 2018 top spot will be intense over the last quarter of the year while the Renault Sandero is stable but stuck in third place. The best performer in the Top 10 is undoubtedly the Geely Atlas, up from #10 in H1 to #4 in Q3 with 5.6% share, now #1 in its segment above the Renault Duster (+65%) but also overtaking the Renault Logan (+8%) and Lada Largus (+103%). The Atlas now ranks 6th year-to-date. Notice also the Kia Rio up 788% to #10, the Lada XRAY up 331% to #11, Nissan Almera up 78% to #13, Lada Granta up 80% to #14 and the Nissan Qashqai up 113% to #16.

Previous post: Belarus First Half 2018: Lada up 213% to #2 in market up 70.5%

One year ago: Belarus Q3 2017: VW Polo holds lead, Hyundai up 151%

Full Q3 2018 Top 30 All-brands and Top 25 models below.

Belarus First Half 2018: Lada up 213% to #2 in market up 70.5%

The VW Polo and Lada Vesta are the two best-sellers in Bearus.

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New car sales in Belarus shoot up an incredible 70.5% year-on-year over the First Half of 2018 to 23.196 units. Renault (+30%) remains the most popular carmaker in the country but significantly trails the market to post a 25.2% share vs. 33.1% a year ago. Lada on the other hand is up 3-fold at +213% to achieve a 18.1% share, almost doubling the 9.9% it commended over the same period in 2017. As a result Lada overtakes Volkswagen (+51%) for 2nd place overall while Nissan (+94%) and Kia (+86%) both outpace the market to round up the Top 5. Hyundai (+92%), GAZ (+82%) and Ford (+79%) also shine in the Top 10 but the best performer is Chinese Geely with deliveries up 4-fold (+311%) to crack the Belorussian Top 10 at #9. Further down, Changan (+3600%), Haval (+243%), Mitsubishi (+224%), Chery (+196%), Mercedes (+95%) and Mazda (+85%) make themselves noticed. As a whole, Chinese carmakers jump 351% to hold 5.4% of the Belorussian market so far in 2018 vs. just 2% a year ago.

The Geely Atlas breaks into the Belorussian Top 10.

Model-wise, the VW Polo is headed towards a 6th connective year atop the sales charts despite trailing the market at +41% to see its share thaw from 11.4% to 9.5%. The Lada Vesta storms onto the podium thanks to sales up 9-fold on the same period in 2017 when it launched to 8.5% share. The Vesta knocks the Renault Sandero down to #2: it is up “just” 29% to 7.1% share vs. 9.4% a year ago while the Renault Logan is up a fantastic 111% but also drops one spot to #4, as do the Renault Duster (-10%) and Kaptur (+13%). The Kia Rio (+252%) is boosted by its new X-Line crossover-looking variant and the Largus (+189%) enjoys a second wind at #7. But the mots impressive performer in the Top 10 is the Geely Atlas landing directly at #10. Further down, the Lada XRAY (+221%), Nissan Almera (+159%), GAZ Next (+132%), Lada Granta (+125%), Nissan Terrano (+123%) and VW Tiguan (+109%) make themselves noticed.

Previous post: Belarus First Quarter 2018: VW Polo leads, Geely Atlas up to #13

One year ago: Belarus H1 2017: VW Polo leads, Kaptur #4, four Renaults in Top 5

Full H1 2018 Top 32 All-brands and Top 30 models below.

Belarus First Quarter 2018: VW Polo leads, Geely Atlas up to #13

The Geely Atlas could aim at a Top 10 finish in 2018.

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The Belorussian new car market shoots up 47% year-on-year over the First Quarter of 2018 to 8.543 registrations. Renault (+22%) remains the most popular carmaker in the country but sees its share drop to 28.6%. Its six direct followers all outpace the market: Volkswagen (+51%), Lada (+57%), Nissan (+70%), Kia (+70%), Hyundai (+67%) and Skoda (+58%). Below, GAZ (+46%) follows the market ahead of Ford (+64%) while Chinese Geely lands directly at a stunning 10th place overall. Chery (+200%), Mitsubishi (+200%), Suzuki (+117%), BMW (+114%), Citroen (+84%), Volvo (+74%), Mazda (+71%) and Mercedes (+61%) are among the most dynamic below, with Lifan (#16), Haval (#25) and Changan (#26) making their way up.

The VW Polo is headed towards a 6th consecutive annual win in Belarus even without the new gen.

Model-wise, the VW Polo is headed towards a sixth consecutive year on top with another dominant showing over Q1 2018 at 10.8% share, distancing four Renaults like over the Full Year 2017: the Sandero (8.2%), Logan (7.2%), Duster (5.8%) and Kaptur (4.3%). The Lada Vesta soars up 8 spots vs. FY2017 to land in 6th place, dislodging the Skoda Rapid with the Kia Rio up 8 ranks also thanks to the arrival of the X-Line crossover-designed variant accounting for 61% of its sales over the period. The Hyundai Creta and Kia Sportage round up the Top 10, the VW Tiguan is up 3 ranks to #12 and the Geely Atlas (aka Boyue) surges to an impressive 13th place overall vs. #31 over FY2017. The Nissan Terrano is up 5 ranks to #21, the Hyundai Tucson and Renault Koleos make it to the Top 30 while the Chery Tiggo 3 is the second Chinese nameplate in the Belorussian Top 30 at #27.

Previous post: Belarus Full Year 2017: VW Polo #1 for 5th straight year, Geely up to #12

Full Q1 2018 Top 30 All-brands and Top 30 models below.

Belarus Full Year 2017: VW Polo #1 for 5th straight year, Geely up to #12

The VW Polo is the best-seller in Belarus for the 5th consecutive year.

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New car sales in Belarus surge 30.6% in 2017 to a record-breaking 34.607 units, with Renault managing to stay above 30% share at +24% to 30.2%. Volkswagen advances 26% to 16.2% while Lada frankly outpaces the market with a 61% gain to 10.1% share, remaining in third place. Nissan (+13%) overtakes Skoda (+6%) for 4th place while GAZ (+62%), Kia (+72%) and Hyundai (+100%) all post spectacular gains to pass Toyota (-35%). Ford (+39%) steps inside the Top 10 and BMW is up 127% and five spots to #11. 2017 is the year of Chinese carmakers in Belarus: their deliveries are up 6-fold from 179 to 1.129%, going from 0.7% share to 3.3%. Geely relaunches and lands directly at #12 with 1.4% share, Lifan arrives at #16 with 1% while Chery is up 54% to #19. Dongfeng (+67%) and Haval (+733%) also progress but only sell 25 units each and Changan has its first 14 sales.

The Atlas (#31) helps Geely up to #12 in 2017 in Belarus.

The VW Polo is the best-selling vehicle in Belarus for the 5th consecutive year but sees its market share thaw from 13% last year to 11.3% due to sales up “only” 14%. In 2nd place, the Renault Sandero advances a little faster at +19% to 10.1%. Renault places an incredible four nameplates in the Top 5 with the Logan (+30%) up one spot to #3 above the Duster (-21%) and Kaptur (+223%) inside the Top 5 for its first full year in market. The Kia Sportage (+118%), Hyundai Creta (+264%) and GAZ Next (+110%) all storm into the Top 10 while further down the Lada Niva (+53%), Vesta (+88%), VW Tiguan (+121%) and T5 (+146%) all post spectacular gains. From none in 2016, the Top 35 models now feature three Chinese nameplates: the Geely Atlas (#31), Chery Tiggo 3 (#33) and Geely Emgrand X7 (#35).

Previous post: Belarus Q3 2017: VW Polo holds lead, Hyundai up 151%

Previous year: Belarus Full Year 2016: VW Polo leads for 4th year, Renault Kaptur in Top 10

Two years ago: Belarus Full Year 2015: VW Polo resists Renault assault

Full Year 2017 Top 30 All-brands and Top 35 models vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

Belarus Q3 2017: VW Polo holds lead, Hyundai up 151%

The VW Polo remains the best-selling nameplate in Belarus. 

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New car sales are up a whopping 32% year-on-year over the third quarter of 2017 to 8.835 units, lifting the year-to-date tally up 20% to 22.426 registrations. The Top 5 brands are in the same order as YTD, with Renault by far in the lead but trailing market growth at +24%, ahead of Volkswagen (+36%), Lada (+94%), Skoda (+14%) and Nissan (+43%). Hyundai surges 151% to #6, GAZ is up 59% but down to #8, while Mitsubishi (+50%), Mazda (+54%), Ford (+55%), BMW (+148%) and Chery (+165%) outpace the market inside the Top 20. Geely falls back to #20 but at #14 YTD remains the most popular Chinese brand in the country. Dongfeng, Changan and Haval all have sold less than 10 units this year so far.

The Renault Sandero holds 10% of the Belarusian market this year. Picture autogrodno.by

In the models ranking, the VW Polo stays in the lead, improving its market share to an imposing 12.2%, while the Renault Sandero is up to 10.9% over the period (91% Stepway) and a round 10% YTD. Once again, Renault places no less than four nameplates in the Top 5 but in a different order this time: the Logan jumps up to #3 with 8.3% share vs. 6.6% YTD, ahead of the Kaptur already plateauing at 4.9% vs. 5.9% so far this year and the Duster freefalling to 4.8% vs. 8% YTD. The GAZ Next overtakes its sibling the Gazelle to #10, the Nissan Almera is up to #11 vs. #18 YTD, the Lada Granta is up to #14 and the Skoda Octavia up to #19.

Previous post: Belarus H1 2017: VW Polo leads, Kaptur #4, four Renaults in Top 5

Previous year: Belarus Full Year 2016: VW Polo #1 for 4th year, Renault Kaptur in Top 10

Full Q3 2017 Top 30 All-brands and Top 30 models below.

Belarus First Half 2017: VW Polo leads, Kaptur #4, four Renaults in Top 5

The Renault Kaptur leaps to 4th place overall so far in 2017.

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New car sales in Belarus are up a very solid 13% year-on-year over the First Half of 2017 to 13.591 registrations. Market leader Renault tightens its grip on the sales charts thanks to sales up 26% to hit 33.1% share vs. 29.6% a year ago. Volkswagen (+4%) is letting itself distanced and now only accounts for less than half the sales of Renault at 15.8% share. Lada is enjoying a revival with deliveries up 23% to 9.9% share, ahead of Skoda (-20%) and Nissan (-18%) both in great difficulty. In contrast, Mazda (+56%), Kia (+79%), Hyundai (+91%) and most impressively BMW (+278%) surge ahead. Chinese manufacturer Geely is having a second try at the Belorussian market and so far it’s working: it lands directly at #12 with 1.4% share.

Geely is back in Belarus with the Emgrand X7, GT (above) and Atlas (below). Pictures auto-onliner.by

Although the VW Polo holds onto the models pole position like dear life despite a 4% drop but could see its ranking threatened by the Renault Duster by the time the year comes to an end, the Top 5 is the property of Renault, with the French manufacturer managing to place four nameplates in there: below the Duster (+15%) we find the Sandero (-9% and 87% Stepway), the new Kaptur leaping to a fantastic 4th place and the Logan (-10%). The Kia Sportage jumps 238% from #19 to #7, the Nissan Qashqai is up 36%, the GAZ Next up 42%, the VW Tiguan up 57%, Nissan X-Trail up 54% and the Renault Master up 68%. The Geely Emgrand X7 makes a noticed appearance at #25.

Previous post: Belarus Full Year 2016: VW Polo #1 for 4th year, Renault Kaptur in Top 10

One year ago: Belarus First Half 2016: VW Polo back in charge in positive market

Full H1 2017 Top 30 brands and models vs. Full H1 2016 figures below.

Belarus Full Year 2016: VW Polo #1 for 4th year, Renault Kaptur in Top 10

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Consult over 45 years of Belarus Historical Data here

The Belorussian new car market edges up 1.2% year-on-year in 2016 to 26.511 registrations. Renault cements its ultra-dominant position in the country with deliveries up 4% resulting in an improved 31.8% market share, distancing Volkswagen up 17% to 16.8%. Lada is down 8% but gains one spot to land on the third step of the podium at 8.2% ahead of Skoda up 2% to 7%, both carmakers overstepping Nissan freefalling 42% to just 6.6% share vs. 11.5% in 2015. Kia surges 36% to #8, Audi is up 45% to #10, Ford Up 76% to #11, Mercedes up 46% to #14, Mazda up 117% to #14, BMW up 23% to #16, Citroen up 38% to #19 and Volvo up 185% to #20. Porsche (+69%) and Jaguar (+76%) also take off.

Launched in H2, the Renault Kaptur lands directly inside the Belorussian Top 10 in 2016.

Model-wise, the VW Polo confirms is the favourite choice in Belarus, leading the sales charts for the 4th consecutive year with sales up 19% to 13% share, distancing three Renaults like in 2015: the Renault Sandero up 16%, the Duster up 30% to #4 and the Logan down 235 and one spot to #4. The Skoda Rapid (+13%) remains in 5th place, the GAZ Gazelle (+5%) gains three spots to #7, the Toyota RAV4 (+22%) is up 7 to #8 and the Renault Kaptur already storms into the annual Belorussian Top 10 despite launching in the 2nd half of the year. The Kia Sportage is up 4-fold on its 2015 score to #11, the VW Jetta up 37% to #16, the Lada Granta up 22% to #18 and the GAZ Next up 18% to #19. The Lada Vesta (#21) and Hyundai Creta (+26) are the other all-new nameplate making their first appearance near the top of Belorussian sales charts.

Previous post: Belarus First Half 2016: VW Polo back in charge in positive market

Previous year: Belarus Full Year 2015: VW Polo resists Renault assault

Two years ago: Belarus Full Year 2014: VW Polo and Renault Sandero on top

Full Year 2016 Top 30 All-brands and Top 25 models vs. Full Year 2015 figures below.

Belarus First Half 2016: VW Polo back in charge in positive market

The VW Polo is back to #1 car in Belarus so far in 2016. 

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The Belorussian new light vehicle market is back into positive territory over the First Half of 2016, gaining 6% year-on-year to hit 12.069 units. Renault maintains its stranglehold on the market with just under 30% share (+11%) while Volkswagen gallops up 25% to 17.1%, Lada is up 16% to 9.1% and Skoda up 42% to 8%. Reversely, Nissan crumbles down 44% to 7.6% share in 5th place. GAZ (+44%), Kia (+47%), Ford (+38%), Mercedes (+74%), Mitsubishi (+407%), Volvo (+283%) and Citroen (+190%) also shine. At the other end of the scale, Peugeot (-34%), Hyundai (-35%), Chevrolet (-44%), Subaru (-61%), Great Wall (-87%) and Opel (-94%) implode.

The Audi Q7 breaks into the Belorussian Top 25. 

Model-wise, the VW Polo reclaims the pole position that was its own from 2013 to 2015 after the Renault Sandero roared ahead over Q1. The Polo sells 1.620 units vs. 1.400 for the Sandero, 75.3% being the Stepway variant. The Renault Duster is solid in third place and 10% share ahead of the Renault Logan, Skoda Rapid and Lada Largus. The GAZ Gazelle climbs back up to #7, the Hyundai Accent is up to #8, the Lada Vesta plateaus already at #15 and we welcome the Audi Q7 (#25) and Chery Tiggo (#27) among the Belorussian best-sellers.

Previous post: Belarus Q1 2016: Renault Sandero takes charge

Previous year: Belarus Full Year 2015: VW Polo resists Renault assault

Full H1 2016 Top 25 All-brands and Top 25 models below.

Belarus Q1 2016: Renault Sandero takes charge

The Renault Sandero outsells the VW Polo for the first time in Belarus. 

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New light vehicle sales in Belarus are down 7% year-on-year over the first Quarter of 2016 to 5.295 registrations. French carmaker Renault however goes against the grain with volumes up 10% to reach an outstanding 31.2% market share, more than double any other manufacturer present in the country. In 2nd place, Volkswagen drops 13% to 14.6% share while Lada is up 74% to step up to #3, knocking Nissan (-57%) down to #4. Other impressive brands include Skoda (+157%), GAZ (+72%), Mitsubishi (+564%), Volvo (+300%) and Citroen (+211%).

The new model pushes the Nissan Tiida into the Belorussian Top 20.

Model-wise, after three consecutive years of VW Polo domination the Renault Sandero takes charges so far in 2016 thanks to a whopping 698 sales and 13.2% market share – the Stepway variant accounting for 70.2% of the nameplate’s sales – vs. 584 and 11% for the Polo. The Renault Duster also cracks the 10% market share barrier at 564 units (10.7%) while the Logan is in freefall at #4 and 5.6% vs. 8.7% over the Full Year 2015. The Toyota RAV4 and Lada Granta both gain 9 spots vs. FY15 to land in 6th and 8th places respectively, the GAZ Next is up 7 to #12 and the Nissan Tiida up 41 to #17. Finally, we welcome the Lada Vesta at #14 with 103 sales, up to #9 in March.

Previous post: Belarus Full Year 2015: VW Polo resists Renault assault

Full Q1 2016 Top 25 brands and models below.

Belarus Full Year 2015: VW Polo resists Renault assault

The VW Polo is the best-selling car in Belarus for the third straight year. Picture abw.by

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New car sales in Belarus are up 6% year-on-year in 2015 to 26.190 registrations, however these figures do no include manufacturers that do not subscribe to the Belarus Automobile Association (BAA) such as Geely, Honda, Suzuki, UAZ, UZ-Daewoo and Zotye. In 2014 these manufacturers accounted for 13% of the total Belorussian market. In this context, Renault has a surreal year with sales up 79% to 8.070 to hold a mammoth 30.8% share, more than double any other manufacturer in the country. The French manufacturer can put a big green tick next to Belarus, one of the countries used to clear the overflowing stock resulting from the Russian crisis, Ukraine being another successful one. Volkswagen (+5%) remains 2nd but Nissan (+61%), Lada (+27%) and Skoda (+20%) all progress in the ranking whereas Toyota (-15%) and GAZ (-43%) fall.

Renault is by far the most popular carmaker in Belarus. The Logan is up 3-fold in 2015.

In fact we are witnessing a strong concentration of the Belorussian market towards the Top 5 manufacturers this year: up by 42% on 2015, they account for an imposing 73% of the total market, with all manufacturers outside the Top 5 bar Jaguar (+31%) seeing their sales drop sharply: Kia is down 69%, Opel and Citroen down 68%, Volvo down 66%, Chevrolet down 65% and Mazda down 63%. In the models ranking, the VW Polo (+29%) is in the top rank for the third consecutive year, resisting a very aggressive Renault assault: the Sandero is up 55% in 2nd place, the Logan up 176% at #3 and the Duster up 91% at #4. Below, the Nissan Almera (+57%), Skoda Rapid (+87%) and Lada Largus (+73%) also impress, while the 39 year-old Lada Niva maintains itself inside the Top 10.

Previous post: Belarus 1st Half 2015: Renault places 3 models in Top 4

Previous year: Belarus Full Year 2014: VW Polo and Renault Sandero on top

Two years ago: Belarus Full Year 2013: VW Polo takes lead, two Renaults on podium

Full Year 2015 Top 30 brands and Top 195 All-models vs. Full 2014 figures below.

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