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Colombia September 2018: Renault snaps lead off Chevrolet, market up 10.9%

Below the Renault Sandero, the Logan (+32%) ranks #2 in September and is up to #3 YTD.

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The new vehicle market in Colombia enjoys a 5th year-on-year gain in the past 6 months in September at +10.9% to 21.430 units, lifting the year-to-date volume up 2.2% to 175.723. Renault (+9%) manages to snap the brands lead off Chevrolet (-4%) for the 4th time in the past 12 months at 19.2% share vs. 17.9% but remains frankly below YTD at 19.2% also vs. 20.3% for Chevrolet. Mazda (+26%) posts the largest gain in the Top 5 to hold onto the third position ahead of Nissan (-6%) and Kia (+6%) while Volkswagen (+60%), Toyota (+56%), Mercedes (+42%) and Suzuki (+33%) all post spectacular gains in the remainder of the Top 10. Further down, Fiat (+612%), Changan (+335%), Peugeot (+156%), Jeep (+128%), Citroen (+82%) and Volvo (+69%) are among the most impressive.

The Renault Sandero (-5%) is once again the runaway leader in the models ranking, followed this time by the Logan (+34%) in a Renault 1-2 enabling the Logan to climb up to #3 YTD, fending off the Kia Picanto (+7%). The Mazda2 surges 178% on September 2017 to land on the third step of the podium, while the best-selling Chevrolet, the Spark (-36%), is down to an unusually low 5th place with the Beat at #7 and the Sail at #8 while the Onix (+47%) is very strong at #9. Notice also the Toyota Fortuner (+104%), Suzuki Swift (+99%), Toyota Prado (+71%), Hilux (+54%), Renault Captur (+46%), VW Gol (+46%), VW Voyage (+31%) and Nissan Kicks (+29%) all posting spectacular gains.

Previous month: Colombia August 2018: Chevrolet and Renault disappoint, market down 2.5%

One year ago: Colombia September 2017: Mazda CX-5 up to #7 in market down 9.7%

Full September 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia August 2018: Chevrolet & Renault disappoint, market up 2.5%

The Kia Picanto gains 16% to climb up to #2 in Colombia in August.

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Colombian new vehicle sales in August gain 2.5% year-on-year to 21.444 registrations, lifting the year-to-date volume up 1.1% to 154.293. The top ranked brands do not follow the market however, with leaders Chevrolet (-8%) and Renault (-9%) in clear decline with Hyundai (-40%), Ford (-20%) and Nissan (-3%) also struggling in the Top 10. In contrast, Mazda (+37%) leaps up to third place overall while Toyota (+46%) and Volkswagen (+15%) also impress with Kia (+8%) and Suzuki (+4%) outpacing the market. Further down, notice Changan (+847%), Fiat (+556%), Jeep (+171%), Volvo (+84%), Honda (+66%), Dongfeng (+57%) and Mercedes (+29%) all posting spectacular gains.

Model-wise, the Renault Sandero (-18%) remains comfortably in the lead despite a hefty loss, ahead of the Kia Picanto (+16%) back up 3 spots on July to #3 and the Chevrolet Spark (-31%) imploding under the impact of the new Chevrolet Beat posting a second month in a row at #4. The Renault Logan (-10%) and Duster (+9%) follow while the Mazda2 (+103%) more than doubles its sales year-on-year to #7. The Toyota Fortuner (+83%), Prado (+67%), Chevrolet Onix (+66%), Hyundai Grand i10 (+59%), Mazda CX-3 (+41%), Suzuki Swift (+39%), Nissan Kicks (+32%), Ford Ecosport (+27%) and Mazda CX-5 (+24%) also impress further down. The Chevrolet Equinox (#35), Changan Mini Van (#42) and Jeep Renegade (#47) are the other newcomers in the Top 50.

Prevoous month: Colombia July 2018: Chevrolet Beat leaps to #4, market back up

One year ago: Colombia August 2017: Chevrolet and Renault Sandero on top

Full August 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia July 2018: Chevrolet Beat leaps up to #4, market back up

The Chevrolet Beat is up to #4 overall in Colombia in July.

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New vehicle sales in Colombia post their 4th month of year-on-year gain in 2018 at +3.9% to 19.358 registrations, meaning the year-to-date volume is now up 0.9% to 132.849 units. Chevrolet (+5%) reclaims its traditional pole position off Renault (-4%) with Nissan (+7%) rounding out the podium like in 2017 and YTD. Kia (-0.4%) bypasses Mazda (+9%) while Volkswagen (+49%) and Toyota (+44%) sign by far the largest year-on-year improvements in the Top 10. Further down, notice Fiat (+273%), JMC (+269%), Changan (+228%), Jeep (+157%), Mini (+86%), Volvo (+85%) and Dongfeng (+78%) all posting spectacular gains. Model-wise, below the Renault Sandero, Chevrolet Spark and Renault Logan holding onto the YTD order, the new Chevrolet Beat leaps up to #4, by far its highest ranking so far in Colombia. The Chevrolet Tracker (#7), Nissan Kicks (#13), Hyundai Grand i10 (#19), VW Voyage (#23), Mazda CX-3 (#30) and Ford Ranger (#42) also evolve markedly above their YTD placings.

Previous month: Colombia June 2018: Toyota (+41%), VW (+40%) can’t help negative market

One year ago: Colombia July 2017: Chevrolet back to #1, Nissan up 29%

Full July 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia June 2018: Toyota (+41%), VW (+40%) can’t help negative market

Toyota Hilux sales surge 139% year-on-year so far in 2018 in Colombia.

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The Colombian new vehicle market returns to negative territory in June at -7.6% year-on-year to 18.324 registrations, yet the YTD tally halfway through 2018 manages to remain positive, but just: +0.3% to 113.491 units. As it was the case at almost each end of quarter over the past year (June 2017, December 2017 and March 2018), Renault (-13%) benefits from  backloaded sales to take the lead of the brands ranking with a strong 19.9% share vs. just 18.4% for Chevrolet (-19%) which nevertheless retains the YTD top spot at 20.8% share vs. 19.6% for Renault. Nissan (+10%) and Mazda (+14%) deliver solid scores and remain at #3 and #4 respectively, but it’s Toyota (+41%) and Volkswagen (+40%) who post, and by far, the largest year-on-year gains in the Top 15. At the other end of the scale, Hyundai (-58%), Foton (-38%), Ford (-32%) and BMW (-22%) implode. Further down, Fiat (+340%), JMC (+218%), International (+213%) and Jeep (+184%) all score spectacular gains in the remainder of the Top 30.

FIrst Half 2018 models ranking is also available, showing the continued domination of the Renault Sandero, solid at +4% whereas the remainder of the podium is in negative: the Chevrolet Spark (-5%) and Renault Logan (-8%), The Logan, as well as the Kia Picanto up a very satisfying 13% both gain one spot vs. a year ago, benefiting from the freefalling of the Chevrolet Sail (-33%) in the wake of the Chevrolet Beat’s arrival, the most popular new launch over the period landing directly at #15. Inside the Top 15, the Chevrolet Onix (+39%), Nissan March (+22%), Mazda CX-5 (+17%) and Mazda2 (+16%) also brilliantly post double-digit gains. Further down, the Toyota Hilux (+139%), Fortuner (+117%), VW Amarok (+115%), VW Jetta (+102%) and Hyundai Grand i10 (+80%) also impress.

Previous month: Colombia May 2018: Volkswagen, Toyota, Fiat pull market up 3.4%

One year ago: Colombia First Half 2017: Sandero #1, Alaskan above Amarok, Ranger

Full June 2018 Top 30 brands and H1 2018 Top 50 models below.

Colombia May 2018: Volkswagen, Toyota, Fiat pull market up 3.4%

Fiat is up 26-fold on May 2017 and the Uno breaks into the Top 20.

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New vehicle sales in Colombia gain 3.4% year-on-year in May to 20.589 units, lifting the year-to-date volume up 2% to 95.167. Chevrolet (-4%) remains the best-selling brand in the country despite declining, distancing Renault (+2%), Nissan (+9%) and Mazda (+5%) up one spot on April to #4. Kia (-3%) is knocked down to #5 whereas Toyota (+53%), Volkswagen (+45%) and Suzuki (+21%) post by far the largest gains in the Top 10. In contrast, Hyundai (-46%) and Ford (-28%) are in great difficulty. Fiat continues its comeback, up 25-fold on May 2017, with Jeep (+212%), Mini (+156%), Foton (+101%), Citroen (+48%), Subaru (+45%), Peugeot (+43%), JAC (+24%) and Changan (+23%) also very strong. The Renault Sandero remains the best-selling nameplate in the country at a strong 9.1% share in May, distancing the Chevrolet Spark and Kia Picanto as is the case YTD. The Renault Duster outsells the Logan and Chevrolet Sail while the Chevrolet Onix is up 12 spots on last month to #8, the Nissan Versa up 9 to #15 and the Fiat Uno up 22 to #19. The JAC S2 breaks into the Top 40 for the first time.

Previous month: Colombia April 2018: Chevrolet and Renault top market up 18.2%

Previous year: Colombia Full Year 2017: Renault Sandero repeats win, market down 6.1%

Full May 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia April 2018: Chevrolet and Renault top market up 18.2%

The Renault Sandero remains the best-selling vehicle in Colombia in 2018.

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After dropping 4.6% in January, gaining 2.2% in February and dropping 7% in March, the Colombian new vehicle market rebounds back up 18.2% in April to 20.209 registrations, leading to a YTD tally back in positive territory at +1.7% and 74.578 units. Chevrolet (+19%) reclaims the brands top spot it holds YTD off Renault (+24%), leader in March. Nissan (+21%) and Kia (+30%) mean the Top 4 brands all outperform the market this month. Below Mazda (+8%), Toyota surges 77% in 6th place, replicating the YTD Top 6. Fiat (+6650%), Honda (+223%), Mini (+127%), Peugeot (+92%), Jeep (+71%), Mitsubishi (+69%) and Volvo (+67%) also impress. Model-wise, the Renault Sandero remains on top just under 10% share, ahead of the Chevrolet Spark at 6.5% and the Chevrolet Sail at 5%. The Renault Logan and Kia Picanto round up the Top 5 while the Mazda2 gains two spots on March to #8 and the Chevrolet Beat is down four to #10.

Previous month: Colombia March 2018: Renault topples Chevrolet for #1 brand

Previous year: Colombia Full Year 2017: Renault Sandero repeats win, market down 6.1%

Full April 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia March 2018: Renault topples Chevrolet for #1 brand

Renault is the #1 brand in Colombia in March and the Sandero returns to #1 model YTD.

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The Colombian new car market drops a steep 7% year-on-year in March to 19.572 registrations, pulling the Q1 volume down 3.3% to 54.369 units. Renault (-6%) overtakes traditional leader Chevrolet (-21%) to snap the brands pole position for the third time in the past 10 months after last July and December. Nissan (+7%) passes Kia (-5%) to #3 but it’s once again Toyota (+49%) that posts the most impressive year-on-year gain in the Top 10, with Mazda (+4%) also in positive but Hyundai (-32%), Ford (-29%), Volkswagen (-12%) and Suzuki (-9%) all crashing faster than the market. Among smaller brands, Citroen (+222%), Peugeot (+141%), Jeep (+88%), Mini (+36%), Audi (+34%), BMW (+22%) and Foton (+22%) are among the most dynamic in the Top 30.

The Chevrolet Beat is up to #6 this month in Colombia.

Model-wise, thanks to a very strong March result at 1.741 sales and 8.9% share, the Renault Sandero reclaims the YTD pole position off the Chevrolet Spark (1.022 and 5.2% in March). The Kia Picanto cements its third place above the Renault Logan and Chevrolet Sail while the newly launched Chevrolet Beat leaps up 18 spots on February to a best-ever 6th place, now ranking at #19 so far in 2018. The Mazda2 replaces the CX-5 in the Top 10, the Nissan Versa is up 9 spots on last month to #19, the Fiat Uno is up 10 to #30 while the Toyota Corolla (#34), Nissan Sentra (#42) and Mercedes C Class ( #45) make rare appearances inside the Colombian Top 50.

Previous month: Colombia February 2018: Toyota up 49%, Kia Picanto up to #3

Previous year: Colombia Full Year 2017: Renault Sandero repeats win, market down 6.1%

Full March 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia February 2018: Toyota up 49%, Kia Picanto up to #3

The Kia Picanto is up to third place overall in Colombia in February. 

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New car sales in Colombia edge up 2.2% year-on-year in February to 18.350 units, yet the year-to-date volume remains in negative territory at -1.1% to 34.797 registrations. The Top 2 brands are in decline though: Chevrolet drops 6% to 20.6% share while Renault is down 11% to 18.4%. Reversely, Kia (+6%), Nissan (+2%), Mazda (+11%) and most strikingly Toyota (+49%) all post year-on-year gains in the remainder of the Top 6. Volkswagen (+31%) and BMW (+20%) also shine in the Top 10 whereas Ford struggles at -20%. Further down, Citroen (+190%), Peugeot (+158%), Audi (+125%), Dongfeng (+116%), JMC (+115%), Subaru (+91%), Mitsubishi (+88%), Honda (+85%), Jeep (+74%), Foton (+55%) and Mercedes (+37%) all help the market up. Over in the models ranking, the Renault Sandero (-11%) reclaims the top spot off the Chevrolet Spark (+16%), while the Kia Picanto is up 3 spots on January to #3 ahead of the Renault Logan and Chevrolet Sail. The Toyota Hilux (+220%), Fortuner (+137%) and Prado (+63%) are the heroes of the Top 50, with the all-new Chevrolet Beat making its very first appearance directly at #24.

Previous month: Colombia January 2018: Chevy Spark leads, Renault Alaskan #3 pickup

Previous year: Colombia Full Year 2017: Renault Sandero repeats win, market down 6.1%

Full February 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia January 2018: Chevy Spark leads, Renault Alaskan #3 pickup

The Chevrolet Spark is the best-selling vehicle in Colombia in January.

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The Colombian new car market is down 4.6% year-on-year in January to 16.447 registrations, its lowest January level since 2010 (14.788). Leader over the Full Year 2017 but #2 in December, Chevrolet reclaims the monthly pole position and drops just 1.5% to 16% share, widening the gap with Renault down 13% to 12.6%. Nissan (-16%), Mazda (-16%) and Kia (-14%) all under-perform in the remainder of the Top 5 whereas Toyota soars 46% at #6. Both Volkswagen (+21%) and Hyundai (+19%) also post double-digit gains in the Top 10, while below, Peugeot (+279%), JMC (+184%), Citroen (+156%), Audi (+98%), Mitsubishi (+76%), Subaru (+57%), Mini (+33%), Mercedes (+23%) and BMW (+22%) also impress.

The Renault Alaskan ranks #3 pickup below the Toyota HIlux and Nissan Frontier. 

In the models ranking, the Chevrolet Spark leaps to 10.5% and the pole position (vs. 6.9% over the FY2017), taking a significant advantage over 2017 leader the Renault Sandero down to 7.7%. The Chevrolet Sail rounds up the podium ahead of the Renault Duster and Logan with the Kia Picanto at #6. The Chevrolet Tracker is up two spots on FY2017 to #7 while Mazda places both the 3 (#8) and 2 (#10) in the Top 10. The Toyota Prado surges to #13 vs. #24 in FY2017, the Hilux is up to #15 vs. #30, the Fortuner is up to #24 vs. #36 and the Renault Alaskan breaks into the Colombian Top 30 for the very first time at #29 or third best-selling pickup below the Hilux and Frontier. The Chevrolet Equinox makes its first appearance in the Top 50 at #42.

Previous post: Colombia Full Year 2017: Renault Sandero repeats win, market down 6.1%

One year ago: Colombia January 2017: Chevrolet drops 5%, Renault up 15%

Full January 2018 Top 30 brands and Top 50 models below.

Colombia Full Year 2017: Renault Sandero repeats win, market down 6.1%

The Renault Sandero is #1 in Colombia for the third time ever after 2012 and 2016. 

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Consult 30 years worth of Colombian Historical Data here

It’s another difficult year for new car sales in Colombia: down for the third time in a row at -6.1% to 238.238 registrations, the lowest annual score this decade. Brand leader Chevrolet continues to fall much faster than the market, dropping a steep 15% this year to 21.5% share vs. 23.7% in 2016. Renault once again resists much better at -8% but also loses share at 19.7% vs. 20.1%. Perhaps a sign of things to come, Renault was the #1 brand in Colombia in June and December. Nissan stuns with a 15% year-on-year gain, up one spot to land on the podium, knocking Kia (-25%) down to #4. Below, Mazda (+3%) and Ford (-5%) hold onto their ranking, while Toyota (+12%) overtakes Volkswagen (+8%) fo 7th place. Hyundai surges 44% and steps up on spot to #9, with Peugeot (+176%), Citroen (+142%), Subaru (+13%) and BMW (+12%) the most impressive in the remainder of the Top 30. Chinese imports are down 16.2% to 10.774 or 4.5% share vs. 5.1% a year ago, led by JAC up 20% to #12, Foton (#14), Dongfeng (#21), Chery (#22), Changan (#27) and Great Wall (#29).

The JAC S2 is the best-selling Chinese-branded vehicle in Colombia in 2017. 

For the second consecutive year and the third time ever (add 2012), the Renault Sandero is the best-selling vehicle in Colombia, improving 6% to hit 8.5% share. Note the Sandero is the only Renault to have managed an annual pole position in Colombia in the past 30 years. In contrast, the next 9 best-sellers (!) all lose volume year-on-year, led by the Chevrolet Spark (-4%), Sail (-12%), Renault Logan (-8%) and Kia Picanto (-13%). The Renault Duster/Oroch (-35%), Chevrolet Tracker (-27%) and Mazda3 (-20%) are the most harshly hit. Just outside the Top 10, the Mazda CX-5 surges 34% and five spots to #11 while the Nissan Frontier cements its title of best-selling pickup in Colombia at #14 and the Nissan Kicks is the most popular all-new launch for 2017, landing directly at #15. The all-new JAC S2 leads all Chinese-branded nameplates at #48 but the Chevrolet N300 (aka Wuling Rongguang) is actually the best-selling Chinese import at #41. The Renault Captur (#21), Hyundai Creta (#53) and Renault Alaskan (#69) also make their first appearance in the Colombian charts.

The Renault Alaskan is inside the Colombian Top 70 for 2017. 

Previous month: Colombia November 2017: Hyundai recovers in market down 5.7%

Previous year: Colombia Full Year 2016: Renault keeps strong momentum, places Sandero #1

Two years ago: Colombia Full Year 2015: Chevrolet Sail #1, Renault gains two points share

Full Year 2017 Top 30 brands and Top 100 models vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

Full December 2017 Top 30 brands ranking below.

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