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Singapore October 2018: Toyota back in charge in market down 5.6%

Toyota is the best-selling carmaker in Singapore in October.

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The Singaporean new car market is back into negative territory in October at -5.6% year-on-year to 6.759 registrations, sending the year-to-date volume down 8.9% to 67.528 units. Toyota (-19%) reclaims the brands top spot for the first time since last March with 19% share and despite a hefty fall, while Honda (+35%) and Hyundai (+30%) both shine in the remainder of the podium but Mercedes (-23%) and Mazda (-28%) struggle below. Note Toyota sales include Lexus. Volkswagen (+69%) and Audi (+35%) also post formidable scores inside the Top 10 whereas Nissan (-46%) crumbles down. Further down, notice Skoda (+1733%), Lamborghini (+500%), Maserati (+118%), Seat (+91%) and Mini (+24%).

Previous month: Singapore September 2018: Honda leads, Mitsubishi shines

One year ago: Singapore October 2017: Hyundai, Kia, Mazda up in market down 8.3%

Full October 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking table below.

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Singapore September 2018: Honda leads, Mitsubishi shines

Mitsubishi sales are up 723% year-on-year in Singapore this month.

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New car sales in Singapore record their 3rd year-on-year gain in 2018 with September volumes up 4.5% to 6.177 units, but the year-to-date tally remains in frank negative at -9.2% to 60.769. Honda (+83%) surges to retain the brands pole position it holds YTD at 17.3% for the month vs. 19.6% so far in 2018, distancing Toyota (+8%) at 15.2% vs. 16.9% and Hyundai (+58%) very strong again at 10.9% vs. 8.3%. Mercedes and BMW are stable and round up the Top 5 ahead of Mitsubishi (+723%) posting the largest gain in the Top 15. Mazda (-60%), Kia (-41%) and Nissan (-36%) suffer while further down Skoda (+3900%), Alfa Romeo (+400%), Bentley (+400%), Rolls Royce (+400%), Bluecar (+227%) and Seat (+210%) all post spectacular gains.

Previous month: Singapore August 2018: Hyundai soars 137% in market down 23.1%

One year ago: Singapore September 2017: Hyundai and Kia defy market down 25.6%

Full September 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore August 2018: Hyundai soars 137% in market down 23.1%

Hyundai is in great shape in a depleted Singaporean market.

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It’s a 6th month of decline in 2018 for Singaporean new car sales in August at -23.1% to 5.941 registrations, pulling the year-to-date tally down 10.6% to 54.592. Honda (-24%) matches the market and remains in the brands lead with a dominant 18.2% share vs. just 12.6% for Toyota imploding down 58% this month. Hyundai (+137%) ignores the surrounding gloom, more than doubling its sales to leap to third place overall. Subaru (+40%), Nissan (+35%), Audi (+19%) and Mitsubishi (+14%) also impress in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas Mazda (-62%) freefalls and Mercedes (-1%) and BMW (-18%) manage to fall slower than the market. Further down, notice Seat (+167%), Maserati (+64%), Mini (+23%) and Porsche (+11%).

Previous month: Singapore July 2018: Mercedes (+7%), Hyundai (+19%) defy market down 30%

One year ago: Singapore August 2017: Toyota cements leadership in market up 8.8%

Full August 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore July 2018: Mercedes (+7%), Hyundai (+19%) defy market down 30%

Mercedes sales are up 7% in Singapore this month in a market down 30%.

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New car sales in Singapore lodge their 5th year-on-year decline of 2018 but also its steepest at -30% to 5.274 registrations, leading to a year-to-date cume down 8.7% to 48.651 units. Honda (-44%) continues to lead the market despite falling heavily at 15.1% share, distancing Toyota (-55%) falling even faster. Mercedes (+7%) and Hyundai (+19%) on the other hand proudly post year-on-year gains as do Subaru (+24%) and Nissan (+13%) in the remainder of the Top 10. Further down, Mini (+92%), Skoda (#16) and Maserati (+150%) make themselves noticed.

Previous month: Singapore June 2018: Honda, Hyundai impress in market up 26.8%

One year ago: Singapore July 2017: Mazda and Hyundai impress in market up 9%

Full July 2018 Top 42 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore June 2018: Honda (+80%), Hyundai (+322%) impress in market up 26.8%

Honda sales surge 80% year-on-year in Singapore in June.

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The Singaporean new car market scores its second year-on-year gain of 2018 in splendid fashion with a 26.8% surge to 10.464 registrations leading to a half-war tally at 43.377, still down 5.25% due to four months of decline in the First Half of 2018. Honda brilliantly holds onto the brands top spot thanks to deliveries soaring 80% year-on-year to 25.5% share, distancing Toyota/Lexus up 33% to 23.4%. Hyundai is up 4-fold (+322%) to step onto the podium and earns the 4th spot YTD vs. #9 in FY2017. Mercedes (+25%) and BMW (+19%) round up the Top 5 but both trail the market. Notice also Skoda (+2600%), Peugeot (+226%), Volvo (+121%) and Audi (+53%) also posting spectacular gains.

Previous month: Singapore May 2018: Honda remains in charge in market down 11.9%

One year ago: Singapore June 2017: Toyota reclaims year-to-date lead

Full June 2018 Top XX All-brands ranking below.

Singapore May 2018: Honda remains in charge in market down 11.9%

Honda is the best-selling carmaker in Singapore so far in 2018.

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New car sales in Singapore drop 11.9% year-on-year in May to 7.420 registrations, leading to a YTD tally down 14.2% to 32.193 units. Honda remains the most popular carmaker in the country, resisting well at -1% to 22.8% whereas Toyota freefalls 29% to 16.9% but Mercedes gains 10% to 9% and rounds up the podium as it does YTD. Below Mazda imploding 37%, Hyundai surges 115% to remain in 5th place, followed by BMW (+14%) also very impressive, with Kia (+6%), Audi (+3%) and Subaru (+1%) also managing a year-on-year gain in the Top 10 whereas Mitsubishi (-42%) and Nissan (-27%) are hit hard. Notice also Alfa Romeo (+350%), Peugeot (+154%), Seat (+89%) and Volvo (+68%) posting spectacular gains.

Previous month: Singapore April 2018: Honda back on top in first uplift of the year

One year ago: Singapore May 2017: Toyota market leader but Honda still #1 YTD

Full May 2018 Top 35 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore April 2018: Honda back on top in first uplift of the year

Honda is the best-selling carmaker in Singapore in April.

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The Singaporean new car market posts its first gain of the year in April at +2.6% to 6.976 registrations, leading to a YTD tally down 14.8% to 24.773. Honda reclaims the lead it held in January thanks to deliveries up 26% to 21.1% share, vastly distancing Toyota/Lexus down 20% to 17.5%. Mercedes (+1%), Mazda (-22%) and Hyundai, once again up a whopping 32-fold on April 2017 – reproduce the YTD Top 5. The remainder of the Top 10 underperforms with Subaru (-23%) hit hardest. Among smaller brands, Maserati (+50%), Peugeot (+66%), Infiniti (+115%) and Jaguar (+139%) stand out.

Previous month: Singapore March 2018: Toyota leads, Hyundai shines

One year ago: Singapore March-April 2017: Toyota reclaims lead off Honda

Full April 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore March 2018: Toyota leads, Hyundai shines

Hyundai is up 17-fold year-on-year to #3 this month.

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New car sales in Singapore continue on their precarious run in this start of 2018 with March volume down a steep 18.7% to 7.001 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally down 20.2% to 17.797 over Q1. Toyota is the most popular carmaker in the country for the second month running and despite a harsh 27% year-on-year decline, but still ranks #2 year-to-dat below Honda, down 39% to #2 this month. Hyundai ignores the surrounding gloom and is up 17-fold (!) on a particularly paltry score in March 2017 to land in third place, it ranks #5 year-to-date (+299%). BMW (+37%), Kia (+13%) and Mitsubishi (+3%) are the only other brands in positive in the Top 10, while below Mini (+123%), Alfa Romeo (+100%) and Rolls Royce (+40%) stand out.

Previous month: Singapore February 2018: Toyota reclaims lead in market down 15.3%

One year ago: Singapore March-April 2017: Toyota reclaims lead off Honda

Full March 2018 Top 37 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore February 2018: Toyota reclaims lead in market down 15.3%

The Toyota C-HR has just launched in Singapore.

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The Singaporean new car market continues to freefall in this start of 2018 with February registrations down 15.3% leading to a year-to-date volume down 21.2% to 10.786 units. Toyota (including Lexus) reclaims the top spot it held over the FY2017 but drops 17% to 17.9% whereas Honda falls 41% to 17% but remains in the lead year-to-date at 19.5% share vs. just 16.6% for Toyota. Below Mercedes (-12%) and Mazda (-34%) camping on their January positions, Hyundai (+164%), BMW (+36%) and Kia (+108%) go spectacularly against the grain with very robust year-on-year gains. Further down, Subaru (+93%), Porsche (+83%), Peugeot (+55%) and Audi (+18%) also impress with double-digit gains.

Previous month: Singapore January 2018: Hyundai and Kia buck trend in market down 26%

One year ago: Singapore February 2017: Honda keeps momentum at +53%

Full February 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore January 2018: Kia & Hyundai buck trend in market down 26%

Kia Niro – Kia sales are up 139% year-on-year in Singapore in January.

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New car sales in Singapore tumble down 26% year-on-year in January to just 5.578 registrations. Honda (-27%) reclaims the lead for the first time since last March, while Toyota (-44%) and Mercedes (-33%) fall faster than the market. Mazda manages a 10% gain to #4, Audi is up 12% to #9, Hyundai surges 109% to #8 and Kia soars 139% to #5. Further down, Peugeot (+248%) and Maserati (+133%) are among the rare gainers while Suzuki (-96%), Ssangyong (-94%), Citroen (-93%), Aston Martin (-86%), Opel (-83%), Infiniti (-82%), Ford (-80%), Jaguar (-76%), Porsche (-71%), BMW (-53%), Nissan (-50%), Subaru (-41%) and  Volkswagen (-34%) are among the hardest hit.

Previous post: Singapore Full Year 2017: Toyota reclaims #1 spot, Mazda3 shines

One year ago: Singapore January 2017: Honda #1, BMW up 100% to 4th place

Full January 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

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