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Uruguay September 2018: Toyota, Suzuki, Renault shine, market at -22%

The Toyota Rush has landed in Uruguay.

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2018 is a year to forget for new car sales in Uruguay, down another 22% year-on-year in September to 3.442 units, pulling the year-to-date tally down 16.9% to 32.376 sales. Suzuki surges 27% year-on-year to spend a 2nd consecutive month in the brands pole position, however this is not enough to move the brand from the #5 spot it holds year-to-date – like in 2017. Chevrolet (-20%) is up 3 spots on August to #2 despite a market-matching drop while Renault (+23%) edges up one spot to #3 and Volkswagen (-30%) tumbles down to #4 but remains the YTD leader by just 50 sales above Renault. Toyota (+102%) more than doubles its sales year-onyear to leap up to #7 with Nissan (-6%) and Peugeot (-11%) losing a lot less ground than the market but Fiat (-52%), Hyundai (-32%) and Citroen (-28%) crumbling down. Outside the Top 10, notice JAC (+88%), Kia (+81%), Subaru (+80%) and Chana (+33%) posting spectacular gains, but Chinese brands as a whole are down a damning 71% to 4.9% share vs 7.6% YTD.

Previous month: Uruguay August 2018: Suzuki leads, Volkswagen snaps YTD top spot

One year ago: Uruguay September 2017: Fiat snaps lead in market up 20.8%

Full September 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay August 2018: Suzuki leads, Volkswagen snaps YTD top spot

Suzuki is the best-selling brand in Uruguay in August.

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The Uruguayan new car market plunges another 12.4% year-on-year in August to 3.875 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally down 16.3% to 28.935 units. Suzuki leaps up 19% year-on-year and 11 spots on July to #1 with a fantastic 15.5% market share vs. 9.3% so far in 2018. It is followed by Fiat up 80% to 15.1% and Volkswagen down 16% to 12.3%. Renault (-23%) and Chevrolet (-22%) both implode to complete the Top 5. This results in a complete reshuffle of the YTD order, with Volkswagen (-16%) snapping the top spot despite a hefty loss, ahead of Fiat (+4%) and Renault (+33%). Further down the ranking, Kia (+210%), Jeep (+90%), Toyota (+74%), Chana (+58%) and Mazda (+11%) are the rare carmakers standing out, while at the other end of the scale Chery (-97%), Geely (-94%), BYD (-84%), FAW (-77%), Mitsubishi (-62%), Ford (-60%), Honda (-56%), Mercedes (-47%), Dongfeng (-43%) and Subaru (-42%) all implode. As a whole, Chinese carmakers are down 59% year-on-year to just 6% share vs. 7.9% YTD.

Previous month: Uruguay July 2018: Volkswagen #1 again, teases Renault for YTD lead

One year ago: Uruguay August 2017: Volkswagen overtakes Chevrolet to #1 YTD

Full August 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay July 2018: Volkswagen #1 again, teases Renault for YTD lead

Volkswagen is the #1 brand in Uruguay for the 4th consecutive month.

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Another difficult month for new car sales in Uruguay, down 30.5% year-on-year in July to 2.727 units, leading to a YTD tally down 16.9% to 25.060. Volkswagen (-8%) is the most popular marque for the 4th consecutive month, falling much slower than the market to 19.4% share and now standing only 15 units below Renault (-4% in July) in the battle for the YTD top spot. Fiat (-5%) also frankly outpaces the market with a tiny decline and is up three ranks on June to #2, whereas Chevrolet (-47%), Nissan (-36%), Hyundai (-16%) and Peugeot (-42%) all tumble down. Toyota (+11%) and most strikingly Kia (+133%) go against the grain and are the only Top 10 brands to post year-on-year gains. Further down, Mitsubishi (+250%), Jeep (+200%), JAC (+42%), Subaru (+86%) and Great Wall (+12%) also shine.

Previous month: Uruguay June 2018: Volkswagen defies market down 39.1%

One year ago: Uruguay July 2017: VW leads, FAW shine in market up 14%

Full July 2018 Top 35 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay June 2018: Volkswagen defies market down 39.1%

Volkswagen limits its fall to -7% in Uruguay in June, resulting in a 18.9% share.

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2018 is turning out to be a year to forget for Uruguayan new car sales with June bringing a 5th consecutive year-on-year decline and the steepest so far at -39.1% to just 3.024 units, pulling the YTD volume down 14.8% to 22.335. Volkswagen (-7%) resists very well to remain in the brands lead with a smashing 18.9% share vs. 13.1% so far in 2018. Renault (-30%) rallies back up two spots on May to #2, holding onto the YTD lead at 14.1% share (+54%). Nissan (+4%) is the only carmaker in positive in the Top 6, gaining two ranks on May to #3. Suzuki (-39%), Fiat (-59%) and Chevrolet (-67%) sink while Toyota (+11%) and Hyundai (+1%) also manage a positive result inside the Top 10. Further down, Lifan surges 51% to land in 11th place with 2.1% share, with Haima (+150%), Subaru (+83%), JMC (+50%), Kia (+16%), BMW (+13%) and Mitsubishi (+8%) also advancing.

Previous month: Uruguay May 2018: Volkswagen, Fiat and Suzuki in photo finish

One year ago: Uruguay June 2017: Chevrolet up 3-fold to snap pole position

Full June 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay May 2018: Volkswagen, Fiat and Suzuki in photo finish

Suzuki gains 35% and ranks equal #2 in May.

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4th consecutive month of decline for new car sales in Uruguay in May at a steep -19.9% to 3.818 registrations, leading to a year-to-date volume down 9.1% to 19.311. Volkswagen (-33%) remains on top at 14.4% share despite a harsh drop but it’s a photo finish on the podium with Fiat (-3%) and Suzuki (+35%) equal 2nd only 8 sales below VW. Renault surges 43% year-on-year but drops two spots on April to #4, however remaining in the YTD lead at 14.8% share (+77%). Nissan (+6%) is the only other manufacturer to lodge a positive result in the Top 10, with Citroen (-4%) resisting while Chevrolet tumbles down 65% at #6. Further down, notice Jeep (+111%), JAC (+63%) and Mercedes (+48%) posting fantastic gains.

Previous month: Uruguay April 2018: Volkswagen back to #1 but Renault shines at +53%

One year ago: Uruguay June 2017: Chevrolet up 3-fold to snap pole position

Full May 2018 Top 45 all-brands below.

Uruguay April 2018: Volkswagen back to #1 but Renault shines at +53%

Renault sales surge 53% year-on-year in April in Uruguay, earning the #2 brands spot.

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The Uruguayan new car market edges down 1.2% year-on-year in April to 3.845 registrations, leading to a YTD tally down 6% to 15.497 units. Volkswagen jumps up five spots on March but only 2% year-on-year to snap the brands pole position for the second time this year after January and the 7th time in the past 12 months. The German carmaker however ranks at a low #4 so far in 2018 with the YTD leader still Renault, up another 53% in April to #2 overall. Chevrolet (-15%) disappoints on the third step of the podium whereas Suzuki stuns with a 85% year-on-year gain at #4. Just below, Fiat (-41%), Nissan (-22%) and Hyundai (-30%) all post steep declines. Honda (+143%), Kia (+133%), Audi (+113%), Mercedes (+81%), Jeep (+67%), JAC (+62%), Toyota (+44%) and Lifan (+43%) sign some of the largest gains in market but Chinese carmakers as a whole are down again at -31% to 7.4% share in April and -26% to 8.4% so far this year.

Previous month: Uruguay March 2018: Renault (+74%) repeats in market down 14.1%

One year ago: Uruguay April 2017: Fiat leads market up 16%

Full April 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay March 2018: Renault (+74%) repeats in market down 14.1%

Renault is the most popular carmaker in Uruguay for the 2nd straight month.

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New car sales in Uruguay continue to skid down at -14.1% in March to 4.126 registrations, pulling the year-to-date tally down 7.5% to 11.652 units. Renault ignores the surrounding gloom with deliveries shooting up 74% to 14,7% share, cementing its newfound YTD leadership at 16.3% (+95%). Chevrolet (-1%) climbs back up one spot to #2 whereas Fiat freefalls 39% to #3. Citroen (+19%), Nissan (+54%) and most strikingly Kia (+219%) also defy the odds in the Top 10. Further down, JAC (+127%), Changhe (+50%), Subaru (+42%), Great Wall (+41%) and BYD (+13%) impress but Chinese carmakers are down 37% overall to 7.3% share in March and down 24% to 8.7% year-to-date.

Previous month: Uruguay February 2018: Renault snaps lead in market down 12%

One year ago: Uruguay March-April 2017: Fiat leads market up 16%

Full March 2018 Top 37 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay February 2018: Renault snaps lead in market down 12%

Renault takes a commanding lead in Uruguay in February, potentially thanks to the Kwid.

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The Uruguayan new car market is down 12% year-on-year in February to 3.440 registrations, pulling the year-to-date volume into negative territory at -3.3% to 7.526 units. Renault snaps the brands lead thanks to sales surging 120% year-on-year to a dominant 21.3% share, distancing the Fiat up an extravagant 524% to 18.9%. Renault (+108%) edges past Fiat (+226%) for just 7 sales to also grab the #1 spot YTD with 16.7% share. Below, Chevrolet (-54%) and Volkswagen (-48%) both freefall, while Nissan (+39%) rounds up the Top 5. Other great gainers include BMW (+110%), Citroen (+93%), JAC (+70%) and Lifan (+38%).

Previous month: Uruguay January 2018: Fiat (+118%) and Renault (+93%) shine

One year ago: Uruguay February 2017: Chevrolet shoots up 155% to pole position

Full February 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay January 2018: Fiat (+115%) and Renault (+93%) shine

Fiat sales are up 115% year-on-year in January in Uruguay. 

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New car sales in Uruguay start the year up 5.4% in January to 4.086 units. Volkswagen is up 14% to maintain the lead it snapped in 2017 at 14.9% but it’s Fiat (+115%) and Renault (+93%) that impress the most just below on the podium. Chevrolet, #1 a year ago, is down 18% to #4 while Nissan gains 34% to round up the Top 5. Leading all Chinese manufacturers by far, Lifan is up 59% to #8 overall vs. #13 over the Full Year 2017, followed by BYD at #15 (+4%), Dongfeng at #16 (+14%), FAW at #17 (-23%) and Great Wall at #18 (-15%). All-in-all, the Chinese hold 9.6% of the Uruguayan market in January, down 11% year-on-year and to be compared with 11.3% over the FY2017. Below, Audi (+129%), Chana (+114%), Subaru (+78%) and Honda (+38%) sign some of the most impressive year-on-year gains.

Previous post: Uruguay Full Year 2017: Volkswagen & Chevy Onix #1, market up 19.5%

One year ago: Uruguay January 2017: Chevrolet rallies back up 61% to #1

Full January 2018 Top 43 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay Full Year 2017: Volkswagen & Chevy Onix #1, market up 19.5%

The Chevrolet Onix is the best-selling vehicle in Uruguay in 2017. 

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The Uruguayan new car market stops three consecutive years of decline in 2017 with a robust 19.5% year-year gain to 54.522 registrations, getting dangerously close to the all-time annual volume record set in 2013 at 57.333. The brands ranking is completely reshuffled, with Volkswagen snapping the lead for the first time in at least a decade thanks to deliveries up 48% to 14.7% share. Chevrolet does even better, almost doubling its sales year-on-year (+92%) and up three spots to #2 overall at 13.4%. Leader in 2016, Fiat skids to third place this year even though its sales are up 15%. Renault (+17%) remains in 4th place, overtaking Suzuki (+12%) while below, Citroen (+42%), Peugeot (+29%), Nissan (+28%) and Hyundai (+27%) all frankly beat the market inside the Top 10.

FAW tops all Chinese carmakers in Uruguay in 2017. 

Uruguay used to be overseas market in the world where Chinese carmakers held the largest share: 23.3% in 2013. This has since gone down drastically, with sales for the 19 Chinese brands selling at least one unit in the country (out of a total of 47) edging up just 1% to 10.9% share in 2017. Once dominated by Chery which was the third best-selling brand overall in 2011, there’s a change of guard in 2017: FAW tops the Chinese ranks with sales up 58% to #12 overall, followed by Lifan (#13), BYD (#14), Great Wall (#17), Geely (#18), Dongfeng (#19), Chery (#21) and JAC (#22).

The Up (+28%) helps Volkswagen snap its first brands crown in at least a decade.

The models ranking also get a complete makeover for 2017: thanks to deliveries shooting up 146% the Chevrolet Onix takes the lead for the first time at an overbearing 8.3% market share, while the VW Up (+28%) manages to maintain itself in 2nd place and is joined on the podium by the VW Saveiro up a stunning 181% and 7 ranks to #3. Best-seller in 2016, the Fiat Uno implodes 37% to #4 this year ahead of the Chevrolet Prisma (+192%) and Fiat Strada (+131%). The Hyundai HB20 (#9) and Peugeot 208 (#11) also shine while the all-new Nissan Kicks lands directly at #13. The VW Amarok breaks into the Top 10 best-selling light commercials at #9.

Previous month: Uruguay October 2017: Volkswagen back on top in market up 14.8%

Previous year (brands): Uruguay Full Year 2016: Fiat takes control in market down 8%

Previous year (models): Uruguay Full Year 2016: Fiat Uno #1, Renault Oroch instant blockbuster

Two years ago: Uruguay Full Year 2015: Suzuki takes charge in market down 8%

Full Year 2017 Top 50 All-brands, Top 13 models & Top 10 LCVs vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

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