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Belgium October 2018: BMW repeats at #1 in market down 15.2%

BMW is the most popular carmaker in Belgium for the 2nd consecutive month.

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The September post has now been updated with the Top 10 YTD models. This month we are changing the way we report monthly sales data for Belgium, adding one-month delayed models data to the corresponding post (September in this case). You will notice there aren’t any multi-months posts for Belgium anymore to avoid confusion.

Second consecutive month of significant decline for Belgian new car sales in the aftermath of WLTP implementation in October at -15.2% to 36.894 units leading to a year-to-date tally up 2.9% to 492.616. And it’s an exploit for BMW (+14%): best-selling carmaker in the country for the second month running and the only one in positive in the Top 6 at 9.1% shares distancing Volkswagen (-12%) back up three spots to #2, Renault (-29%) still suffering greatly from post-WLTP hangover, Peugeot (-15%), Mercedes (-13%) and Opel (-3%). Below, Volvo (+17%), Toyota (+15%) and Skoda (+15%) join BMW as rare carmakers with a smile on their grille in the Top 10 while further down Jaguar (+12%), Mazda (+9%) and Honda (+1%) also shine.

Previous month: Belgium September 2018: BMW above 10% share, sales down 33.6%

One year ago: Belgium October 2017: Renault, Peugeot and Dacia shine

Full October 2018 Top 55 All-brands below.

Belgium September 2018: BMW above 10% share, sales down 33.6%

BMW is the best-selling brand in Belgium in September.

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New car sales in Belgium logically fall 33.6% to 27.145 units after being artificially inflated by pre-WLTP registrations last month, leading to a year-to-date tally up 4.7% to 455.722. The carmakers that did not need to rush selling non-compliant models in August end up winners in September but the market leader is still a surprise: BMW (-17%), reiterating an exploit it managed in January 2016 and January 2017. But if 20 months ago it towered at 8.8% share (a mark it beat in August 2017 at 8.9%), this time BMW lifts up to 10.1% share, crossing the symbolic 10% milestone for the first time in Belgian history according to BSCB records. Peugeot (-10%) leaps up six spots on August to #3, as does PSA stablemate Opel (-22%) shine Renault (-21%) dives from #1 to #4 but contains its decline given how much artificial sales it pushed in last month. Volkswagen (-54%), Citroen (-48%), Hyundai (-44%) and Mercedes (-43%) are hit full frontal but Volvo (+31%) manages the only year-on-year gain – let alone double-digit one – in the Top 20. It is joined by Tesla (+9%) and DS (+2%) further down. The models ranking is completely reshuffled this month with the Skoda Octavia (-8%), Opel Corsa (-34%) and BMW 1 Series (-21%) on the podium followed by the Renault Clio (-19%) and Opel Astra (-19%) while the Mercedes A-Class makes a rare appearance in the Top 10 at #6.

Previous post: Belgium August 2018: Renault, Nissan artificially boost market up 53%

One year ago: Belgium September 2017: VW Golf surges 95% in market down 2%

Full September 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium August 2018: Renault (+106%), Nissan (+177%) artificially boost market up 53% with pre-WLTP stock clearances

Renault sales are up 106% year-on-year in August ahead of new WLTP standards.

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The Belgian new car market shoots up 53.3% year-on-year in August to 54.437 registrations due to stock-clearing promotions ahead of the new WLTP emissions standards in place from September 1. The year-to-date volume is now up 8.7% to 428.577 units. Renault (+106%) more than doubles its sales to snap the August brands lead at 10.7% share, distancing Volkswagen (+47%) and Mercedes (+52%) while Nissan (+177%) also forces on the pre-WLTP registrations, leaping from #13 in July to #4 in August. Mitsubishi (+487%), Jeep (+420%), Ferrari (+400%), Subaru (+264%), Alfa Romeo (+194%), Infiniti (+165%), Porsche (+154%), Citroen (+133%), Jaguar (+132%), Hyundai (+109%), Volvo (+99%), DS (+95%), Land Rover (+93%) and Seat (+93%) also vastly outpace the market in August.

August models info is now available thanks to our partnership with JATO Dynamics. The VW Golf (+12%) keeps the lead ahead of the Hyundai Tucson (+51%) while the VW Tiguan leaps up six spots on July to climb onto the podium ahead of the Renault Scenic (+17%) and VW Polo (+36%). Notice also the Nissan Qashqai up 74% and the Peugeot 3008 (+25%) earning a spot in the YTD Top 10.

Previous post: Belgium July 2018: Volkswagen (+41%) tops market up 16.8%

One year ago: Belgium August 2017: BMW X1 shoots up to 2nd place

Full August 2018 Top 55 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium July 2018: Volkswagen (+41%) tops market up 16.8%

DS sales surge 94% year-on-year thanks to the new 7 Crossback.

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The Full Year 2017 article has now been updated with a Top 320 All-models ranking.

The Belgian new car market soars 16.8% year-on-year in July to 42.771 registrations, lifting the year-to-date volume up 4.2% to 374.140 units. Volkswagen (+41%) more than doubles the market growth to cements its brand leadership at 11.1% share, with Peugeot (+23%) also outpacing the market to land in 2nd place ahead of archenemy Renault (+3%). Audi surges 30% to 7.2% in 4th place, taking the lead of the premium race above BMW (+6%) and Mercedes (-10%). Volvo (+43%) and Hyundai (+23%) also gain share in the Top 10 while below, Jeep (+158%), DS (+94%), Alfa Romeo (+82%), Mitsubishi (+58%), Smart (+54%), Jaguar (+42%), Skoda (+36%), Nissan (+34%), Subaru (+32%), Seat (+30%) and Kia (+29%) make themselves noticed.

Models info is now available for July 2018 thanks to our partnership with JATO Dynamics. The VW Golf soars 17% to 2.1% share, yet with a slim 62-unit advantage over the Hyundai Tucson (-8%) with the Renault Clio (+22%) snapping the third step of the podium. The VW Polo (-1%) and Opel Corsa (+36%) complete the Top 5 while the BMW X1 (+77%), Renault Captur (+23%) and Nissan Qashqai (+12%) also outpace the market.

Previous post: Belgium June 2018: Hyundai (+33%) and Volkswagen (+27%) strong

One year ago: Belgium July 2017: Hyundai Tucson leads, VW Golf #1 YTD

Full July 2018 Top 55 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Full Year 2017/H1 2018: New data for Italy, Belgium and Philippines

We learn that the Kia Stonic ranks inside the Italian Top 70 over H1 2018.

Today we are doing a bit of Summer cleaning here at BSCB, adding more complete Full Year 2017 models data for three significant worldwide markets: Italy, Belgium and the Philippines.

In Italy, there is now a Top 215 models ranking (instead of Top 50) for the Full Year 2017 and a Top 180 models ranking for H1 2018, also instead of Top 50, both with comparative data for FY2016 and H1 2017, as well as exclusive Light Commercial Vehicle sales data: a Top 35 LCV brands ranking and Top 10 LCV models for the Full Year 2017. Plus, we have also added a Top 40 LCV brands and complete Top 140 LCV models rankings for the Full Year 2016.

Belgium, a notoriously selfish market that only shares a monthly Top 10 models, now has a Full Year 2017 Top 320 All-models ranking also featuring Full Year 2016 data.

For the Philippines, we now have an exclusive Full Year 2017 Top 220 All-models ranking including all premium brands such as Audi, Bentley, BMW, Mercedes and Porsche – that’s extremely rare data.

Belgium June 2018: Hyundai (+33%), Volkswagen (+27%) strong

Hyundai sales gain 33% year-on-year in Belgium in June.

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The Belgian new car market gains 2% year-on-year in June to 56.211 registrations, leading to a year-to-date volume up 2.8% to 331.369. Volkswagen vastly outperforms the market with a 27% year-on-year surge to 11.3% share, even posting the 2nd largest gain in the Top 10 after Hyundai (+33%). Renault (-13%) is in difficulty in 2nd place but still lodge a market share (9.5%) superior to its YTD level (9.1%). BMW advances 13% year-on-year and two spots on May to #3, with Dacia (+11%) and Citroen (+6%) also solid in the Top 10 but Mercedes (-26%) and Opel (-25%) freefalling. Further down, notice Seat (+87%), Mitsubishi (+69%), DS (+67%), Jaguar (+54%), Jeep (+51%), Land Rover (+26%), Suzuki (+20%), Kia (+15%). Newly reborn Alpine remains in the Top 40.

Models info is now available for June 2018 thanks to our partnership with JATO Dynamics. The VW Golf (+19%) cements its leadership ahead of the Renault Clio (-6%) and Hyundai Tucson (+6%), reproducing both the YTD 2018 and FY 2017 orders. The Renault Scenic (-35%) remains at a strong 4th place despite a hefty fall, distancing the VW Tiguan (+29%), VW Polo (+7%) and BMW X1 (+68%). The Dacia Sandero makes its way into the YTD Top 10.

Previous month: Belgium May 2018: VW Tiguan and Renault Scenic up

One year ago: Belgium June 2017: Renault and Clio lead, Peugeot 3008 shoot up

Full June 2018 Top 55 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium May 2018: VW Tiguan and Renault Scenic up

The VW Tiguan is up 94% in Belgium in May.

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New car sales in Belgium gain 7.1% year-on-year in May to 54.999 units, lifting the YTD volume up 3.2% to 275.158. The two best-selling carmakers in the country both frankly outpace the market: Volkswagen soars 23% to 10.8% share while Renault is up 19% to 10.2%. Peugeot (+3%) rounds up the podium as it does YTD, ahead of Mercedes (+2%), BMW (-18%), Opel (-5%) and Audi (-1%). Dacia (+5%) surges 5 spots on March to #8, Fiat soars 36% to #11, with Jeep (+293%), Alfa Romeo (+66%), Seat (+66%), Mitsubishi (+47%), Jaguar (+45%), Subaru (+33%), Mazda (+29%), Smart (+21%) and Nissan (+18%) also impressive. Alpine returns at #38 with 7 sales for the month.

The Top 10 models for May are now available thanks to our partnership with JATO Dynamics. The VW Golf (+23%) and Renault Clio (+16%) hold onto the top two spots with very solid year-on-year gains while the VW Tiguan surges 94% to land on the third step of the podium vs. #7 both in April and YTD. The Renault Scenic for its part returns inside the YTD Top 10 at #9 thanks to a splendid 4th place in May.

Previous month: Belgium April 2018: Renault Captur soars up to #2

Previous year: Belgium Full Year 2017: VW Golf leads, BMW X1 up to 5th place

Full May 2018 Top 55 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium April 2018: Renault Captur soars up to #2

Only the VW Golf outsells the Renault Captur in Belgium in April.

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The Belgian new car market is up 6.8% year-on-year in April to 54.602 registrations, lifting the year-to-date tally up 2% to 220.159 units. Volkswagen (+8%) beats the market to remains the most popular carmaker in the country at 10.6% share, one full percentage point above its YTD level. It distances Renault (+2%), Peugeot (+7%) and BMW (-21%) in a Top 4 unchanged on both March and YTD. Mercedes (-5%) overtakes Opel (+15%) to rank 5th with Nissan (+50%) and Ford (+24%) posting the largest gains in the Top 10 just as Audi (-15%) and Citroen (-13%) struggle. Further down, Seat (+132%), Jaguar (+72%), Jeep (+60%), Smart (+52%), Mazda (+41%), Porsche (+35%), Kia (+29%), DS (+28%), Lexus (+28%), Mitsubishi (+26%), Hyundai (+24%) and Land Rover (+20%) all impress.

The Top 10 models for April are now available thanks to our partnership with JATO Dynamics. The VW Golf (+9%) cements its recently reclaimed YTD leadership but the hero of the month is the Renault Captur (+2%) up six spots on March to #2 overall, outselling the Renault Clio (+5%) down one rank to #3. The Nissan Qashqai gains 60% to #4 but remains below the Hyundai Tucson YTD. The VW Tiguan jumps to #7 and earns a YTD Top 10 ranking.

Previous month: Belgium March 2018: Alfa Romeo, Mazda and Dacia shine

Previous year: Belgium Full Year 2017: VW Golf leads, BMW X1 up to 5th place

Full April 2018 Top 50 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium March 2018: Alfa Romeo, Mazda and Dacia shine

Alfa Romeo sales are up 70% year-on-year in Belgium in March.

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The Belgian new car market is down 4.3% in March to 58.431 units but the year-to-date tally remains in positive, just, edging up 0.5% to 165.557 deliveries. Volkswagen remains in the lead of the brands ranking, behaving above the market at -1% to 10.1% share and distancing Renault (-2%) and Peugeot (+2%) like last month and year-to-date. BMW drops a harsh 14% year-on-year but gains one spot on February to #3, overtaking Opel (-22%) while Mercedes (-3%) remains at #6 and Audi is up two ranks to #7 in spite of a 17% fall. Ford (-0.3%) is back inside the Top 10 at #8 while Hyundai signs the largest gain in the Top 10 at a modest +7%. Outside, Alfa Romeo (+70%), Mazda (+48%), Dacia (+38%), Seat (+34%) and Jeep (+29%) post some of the most spectacular gains in the Belgian market.

The VW Golf is the most popular nameplate in Belgium so far in 2018.

The Top 10 models for March are now available thanks to our partnership with JATO Dynamics, and the VW Golf (-14%) reclaims the YTD top spot off the Renault Clio (-6%) despite a double-digit year-on-year decline. The Nissan Qashqai (-12%) is down one spot on February to #3 and now ranks #4 YTD, while the Hyundai Tucson (-6%) holds onto the third step of the podium. The VW Polo (-13%) is up one rank on last month to #5, as is the Peugeot 2008 (-12%) to #6. The Peugeot 208 (+6%) is the only Top 10 nameplate in positive, with the Renault Captur (-53%), Opel Corsa (-43%) and BMW X1 (-29%) hit the hardest.

Previous month: Belgium January-February 2018: VW, Renault and Peugeot head-to-head

One year ago: Belgium Full Year 2017: VW Golf leads, BMW X1 up to 5th place

Full March 2018 Top 47 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium January-February 2018: VW, Renault and Peugeot head-to-head

The Peugeot 3008 is inside the Belgian Top 10 in January. 

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Belgian new car sales soar 10% year-on-year in January to 56.869 units but drop 3.2% in February to 50.257 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally up 3.4% after two months at 107.126 sales. Volkswagen (+6%), Renault (-4%) and Peugeot (+1%) end February within just 52 sales of each other, with Volkswagen (+10%) leading the way year-to-date ahed of Peugeot (+9%) and Renault (+5%). Opel (-24%), Citroen (-23%) and BMW (-13%) are all in great difficulty this month all inside the Top 10, whereas further down Jeep (+163%), Ferrari (+83%), Lexus (+45%), Mazda (+29%), Suzuki (+21%), Mini (+18%), Smart (+15%), Dacia (+14%), Jaguar (+14%), Alfa Romeo (+12%), Land Rover (+12%), Porsche (+12%) and Seat (+11%) all post double-digit gains.

Over in the models ranking, in January the VW Golf (+137%) confirms it is the favourite choice in the country, “erasing” a particularly paltry score exactly a year ago in January 2017. The Renault Clio (+13%) takes the 2nd spot ahead of the Opel Corsa (-26%) and Hyundai Tucson (-4%) both in difficulty while the VW Polo soars 29% to 5th place. The Audi A3 (+19%) and Peugeot 3008 (+75%) also shine in the Top 10. In February, the Renault Clio takes the lead both for the month (+2%) and year-to-date (+8%) after ranking #2 over the Full Year 2017. The Nissan Qashqai and VW Golf follow it on the podium, both surging 50% on February 2017. The Hyundai Tucson drops 20% but remains at a splendid 4th place ahead of the Peugeot 208 (+2%) and VW Polo (+24%). The Peugeot 2008 returns inside the Top 10 at #7 despite a 7% drop, but for the Opel Corsa (-41%), Skoda Octavia (-37%) and BMW X1 (-31%) the year-on-year falls are painful.

Previous post: Belgium Full Year 2017: VW Golf leads, BMW X1 up to 5th place

One year ago: Belgium January 2017: BMW best-seller, X1 surges 169% to #3

Full January and February 2018 Top 10 models and February Top 50 All-brands below.

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