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Netherlands October 2018: Jaguar and Volvo defy market down 19%

The Jaguar i-Pace is closing up on the Dutch Top 50 at #53 this month.

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New car sales in the Netherlands are still reeling from post-WLTP hangover at -19% in October to 30.079 units, meaning the year-to-date volume is now up 8% at 389.444. Volkswagen (-27%) rallies back up 7 spots on last month to reclaim the top spot it holds year-to-date despite falling faster than the market, with Peugeot (-14%) and Opel (-19%) rounding up the podium. Only Volvo (+26%), BMW (+14%) and Skoda (+0.3%) manage to gain ground year-on-year in the Top 10, while Renault (-55%), Ford (-21%) and Toyota (-18%) are hit hard. Further down, Tesla (+99%), Jaguar (+94%), Honda (+59%), Seat (+16%), Mini (+10%), Mitsubishi (+9%) and Nissan (+8%) stand out. Model-wise, the Kia Picanto (+34%) snaps the top spot for the 2nd time this year after last February, distancing the Ford Fiesta (+18%) and Peugeot 108 (+56%) meaning the entire podium is going well agains the grain with double-digit gains. The VW Golf (-23%) is back up 37 spots on September to #4, while the VW Polo (+156%) and Opel Karl (+45%) also shine just below. In contrast, the VW Up (-57%), Renault Clio (-41%) and Ford Focus (-35%) all dive. The Volvo XC40 (#19) is the best-selling recent launch (<12 months) ahead of the Skoda Karoq (#42) and Jaguar i-Pace (#53) up 106 spots on last month.

Previous month: Netherlands September 2018: Opel and Karl #1, Tesla up 197% to #6

One year ago: Netherlands October 2017: VW Up and Golf top market up 24.5%

Full October 2018 Top 45 All-brands and Top 265 All-models below.


Denmark October 2018: Market down 10.1%, VW #1, BMW, Mercedes up

BMW sales soar 73% in Denmark this month thanks to the 5 Series up 238%.

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It’s a second consecutive post-WLTP month of double-digit decline for Danish new car sales with October down 10.1% to 16.674, flipping the year-to-date tally into negative territory at -0.3% and 186.718 units. Volkswagen (+4%) is already back in positive at an ultra-dominant 15.4% share, distancing Peugeot (-15%) and Toyota (-8%) while BMW (+73%), Mercedes (+42%) and Citroen (+15%) impress in the remainder of the Top 10. Suzuki (-35%) and Opel (-20%) struggle on the other hand. Below, Volvo (+48%), Mazda (+43%) and Fiat (+15%) are among the rare gainers. The VW Golf (-1%) comfortably tops the models ranking despite a small drop, ahead of the Peugeot 208 (-13%) and Toyota Yaris (+7%) while the Skoda Octavia (+30%) and Citroen C3 (+161%) both post spectacular gains in the remainder of the Top 5. The VW Polo (+818%), BMW 5 Series (+238%) and Ford Fiesta (+65%) all soar, benefitting from new generations, and the VW T-Roc (#29) tops recent launches (<12 months) above the Hyundai Kona (#53), Seat Arona (#58) and Citroen C4 Spacetourer (#61).

Previous month: Denmark September 2018: VW Up, Toyota Aygo lead market down 16%

One year ago: Denmark October 2017: VW Golf up 125% to #1 in record market

Full September 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 225 All-models below.


Israel October 2018: Dacia, Nissan, Hyundai shine in market up 7.7%

Dacia sales leap up 79% year-on-year in Israel, mainly thanks to the new Duster. Picture 4×

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Thanks to our partnership with , we can share with you today October brands data for Israel, models data is a quarterly occurrence. The Israeli new car market is up 7.7% to 21.356 units this month, leading to a year-to-date tally down 4.5% to 246.336. Kia (+32%) and Hyundai (+54%) surge ahead to top the brands ranking, both overtaking Toyota (-19%) down from #1 in September to #3 this month. Skoda (-6%) edges up one spot to #4 ahead of Nissan (+61%), Suzuki (-33%) and Renault (-11%). Many Top 25 carmakers post excellent result, led by Volvo (+97%), Dacia (+79%), Lexus (+70%), BMW (+63%), Mercedes (+48%), Peugeot (+39%), Honda (+36%), Citroen (+29%) and Mitsubishi (+20%). At the other end of the scale, Fiat (-53%), Volkswagen (-41%), Subaru (-31%), Ford (-26%) and Opel (-21%) tumble down.

Previous month: Israel September 2018: Seat surges 92% in market down 35.6%

One year ago: Israel October 2017: Kia #1 for third straight month in market up 46%

Full October 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking table below.


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.


Rep of Macedonia September 2018: Citroen C3 cements YTD leadership

The Citroen C3 is the best-selling vehicle in the Republic of Macedonia in September.

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According to our partner , September new car sales in the Republic of Macedonia gain 3.4% year-on-year to 456 units, lifting the year-to-date tally up 0.8% to 4.349. The Citroen C3 dominates the charts head and shoulders at 6.8% share, selling almost double the #2 (Fiat Ducato at 3.5%) and cementing its YTD leadership at 4.1% vs. 3.4% for the Kia Sportage, up 3 spots on August to #3 for the month. The Dacia Duster (#4) is back inside the Top 10 and climbs to #6 YTD, still a far cry from the pole position it held over the Full Year 2017. This month Peugeot manages to place both the 3008 (#6) and 2008 (#9) inside the Macedonian Top 10, a first for both nameplates.

Previous month: Rep of Macedonia August 2018: Ford Fiesta snaps top spot

Previous year: Rep. of Macedonia Full Year 2017: Dacia Duster discards VW Golf to stay #1

Full September 2018 Top 10 models ranking below.


Germany October 2018: Mercedes hits record share, market down 7.4%

The A-Class soars 81%, helping Mercedes break its market share record at 12.6%.

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The largest new car market in the European Union, Germany has gone wild in the past couple of months under the impact of the new WLTP emissions standards put in place on September 1. After an artificially euphoric Summer (July up 12.3%, August up 25%), new car sales logically fell back to earth in September (-30.5%) and while most markets seem to have ironed out their post-WLTP hangover, October sales in Germany are still reeling at -7.4% to 252.628, leading to a year-to-date tally up just 1.4% to 2.926.046 units. The main overuser of artificial pre-WLTP registrations due to a non-compliant lineup, the Volkswagen Group imploded 61% last month to just 20.1% share and is down another 28% in October to 28.4% share vs. 36.4% in October 2017 and 36.8% so far in 2018. After crumbling down 62% in September, the Volkswagen brand (-19%) is still freefalling but returns to its traditional pole position in the brands ranking. Audi (-64%) remains in extreme difficulty at #9 and 3.1% share vs. #3 and 7.7% YTD, as do Bentley (-90%) and Porsche (-74%) while Seat (-12%) and Skoda (-9%) soften the blow.

The new generation X3 (+226%) helps lift BMW up 26% in October.

Main beneficiaries from the black hole left wide open by VW and Audi, Mercedes and BMW align outstanding results once again this month, posting the two largest year-on-year gains in the Top 15. Mercedes soars 19% to smash its 40-year share record for the second month in a row at 12.6% vs. just 11.2% last month. Although this could be Mercedes’ all-time high market share in Germany, the brand may have reached higher shares when the Mercedes Strich 8 topped the annual ranking in 1974. After topping the overall German brands ranking for the first time in history last month, BMW recedes to third place but soars another 26% to 9.3%, a solid two percentage points above its YTD level of 7.4%. Ford (+5%), Toyota (+2%) and Opel (+1%) also go against the grain and post upticks in the Top 10, while further down Mitsubishi (+63%), Smart (+24%), Lexus (+21%), Volvo (+21%), Mini (+20%), Fiat (+16%), Jeep (+16%), Mazda (+12%) and Honda (+10%) make themselves noticed. Overusers of artificial pre-WLTP registrations pay the price: Infiniti (-72%), Nissan (-52%), Renault (-37%), Land Rover (-36%) and Alfa Romeo (-24%) properly sink, as do Tesla (-61%), Ssangyong (-35%) and Peugeot (-18%).

Audi is far from recovered from post-WLTP hangover: -75% in October at home.

Model-wise, the VW Golf (-15%) is comfortably back to five-digit volumes at 17.291 and 6.8% share vs. 6.2% YTD but posts another double-digit decline while the VW Tiguan (-11%) is back up 70 spots on September to #2 and 2.2% share vs. 2.3% so far in 2018. The Mercedes C-Class (+10%), Ford Fiesta (-5%) and Skoda Octavia (-7%) round up the Top 5 while the second half of this Top 10 all score double-digit gains: the VW Polo (+108%), Mercedes A-Class (+81%), BMW 1 Series (+40%), the Mini lineup (+20%) and Opel Corsa (+12%). Further down, great performers include the Skoda Karoq (+381%), BMW X3 (+226%), Hyundai Kona (+220%), Mitsubishi Space Star (+180%), Ford Ecosport (+83%), Mercedes B-Class (+58%) and BMW 3 Series (+43%). Now that the VW T-Roc, Seat Arona and BMW X2 have crossed the one year mark, the most popular recent launch (<12 months) is the Volvo XC40 (#82) above the Audi Q8 (#128), Jaguar E-Pace (#173) and DS 7 Crossback (#175).

Previous month: Germany September 2018: Post-WLTP hangover has BMW #1 and VW #4

One year ago: Germany October 2017: VW Golf up 22%, Ford Fiesta up to #4

Full October 2018 Top 50 brands and Top 320 models below.


Canada October 2018: Toyota, Hyundai, can’t prevent 8th market decline

The new hatch helps Corolla sales up 19%, and Toyota up 9.9%.

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It’s another month of decline in Canada with October sales down 1.6% to 162.052: the 8th consecutive year-on-year drop and 10th in the past 12 months. This is the first such streak of negative months this decade, that brings the year-to-date volume down 1.4% to 1.734.583. If confirmed by the time 2018 comes to an end, this would be the first year since 2010 that light vehicle sales drop year-on-year in Canada. Yet a second annual (and ever) 2 million score remain achievable, with BSCB predicting 2.013.000 units by year end. According to local consultancy Desrosiers whose figures are slightly lower due to the absence of some luxury brands such as Tesla, light trucks edge back into positive at +0.2% to 115.688 and 71.8% share vs. -6.9% to 45.437 and 28.2% share. This is the second highest ever light truck share in Canada below the 73.2% hit last January. Year-to-date, light trucks gain 2% to 1.217.079 and 70.5% share vs. 67.9% over the same period in 2017 but passenger cars sink 9.4% to 509.956 and 29.5% share vs. 32.1% in 2017.

The Hyundai Kona is by far the most popular recent launch in Canada, helping Hyundai up 12%.

The groups ranking gets a good shake: General Motors (-12.9%) steps up to first place despite posting the steepest decline in the Top 5, now distancing Toyota Motor (+10.2%), September leader Ford Motor (+1.6%), Hyundai-Kia (+7.7%) and Honda Motor (-7%). In diametral opposition to its US performance, FCA freefalls 14.5% to 6th place in Canada, with Jaguar Land Rover (+14.2%), the Volkswagen Group (+4.8%) and Nissan Motor (+3.1%) the best performing of the rest of the groups. Brand-wise, Ford (+0.5%) only edges up ahead of Toyota (+9.9%), Honda (-8.7%) and Chevrolet (-15%). Hyundai (+12%), Lexus (+11.6%), Subaru (+11.1%) and Ram (+10%) are the only Top 20 carmakers posting double-digit gains, while Nissan (+7.7%), Acura (+6.9%) and Volkswagen (+6.3%) are also strong and among smaller marques Genesis (+175%), Tesla (+100%), Fiat (+60%), Lincoln (+48.9%), Land Rover (+20.9%), Bentley (+20%) and Porsche (+19.5%) perform best.

The VW Tiguan surges 53% year-on-year in Canada.

The two best-selling nameplates in Canada are identical to the neighbouring USA: the Ford F-Series (+3%) and Ram Pickup (+9%) while the Honda Civic (-3%) remains by far the most popular passenger car and the Toyota RAV4 (+19%) dominates the SUV segment. The GMC Sierra (-7%) and Chevrolet Silverado (-17%) struggle but make it four full-size pickups in the Top 8 whereas the ratio is 4 in the Top 5 year-to-date… The Honda CR-V (-14%) is also in difficulty and sees its title of #1 SUV YTD in jeopardy from the RAV4, now less than 600 sales below. The Toyota Corolla (+19%) is boosted by the new generation hatch up to #7, distancing the Hyundai Elantra (-8%) to rank #2 passenger car. The VW Tiguan surges 53% to #13, with the Honda Accord (+118%), Subaru Forester (+57%), Kia Forte (+50%), GMC Terrain (+46%), Nissan Qashqai (+43%), Toyota Tundra (+40%), Jeep Grand Cherokee (+39%) and Chevrolet Cruze (+27%) also standing out in the Top 50. The Hyundai Kona (#26) is by far the most popular recent launch (<12 months) ahead of the Nissan Kicks (#67), Tesla Model 3 (#68) and Ford Ecosport (#77).

Previous month: Canada September 2018: Jeep, Subaru defy steepest decline this decade

One year ago: Canada October 2017: General Motors shoots up 26.5%, market up 6.3%

Full October 2018 Top 15 groups, Top 37 brands and Top 250 models below.


USA October 2018: FCA (+15.4%) single-handedly pulls market up 0.2%

Without FCA, the U.S. market would be down 1.2% this month. Ram (+14%) and its pickup shine. 

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Whereas most analysts had predicted a drop, the U.S. new light vehicle market edges up 0.2% year-on-year in October to 1.359.980 units, leading to a year-to-date tally up a similarly reserved 0.5% at 14.309.010. The Seasonally Adjusted Annualised Sales Rate is down 2.1% year-on-year to 17.59 million, yet this is the highest so far in 2018 and since November 2017 (17.65m). The unexpected market uptick, as tiny as it is, can be solely traced to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, shooting up 15.4% year-on-year to almost 180.000 units, buoyed by extremely strong deliveries at Jeep (+8.5%) up for the 10th straight month, Ram (+14%), Dodge (+38.4%), Chrysler (+20.6%) and Alfa Romeo (+44.1%). Among the Top 6 Groups, only Toyota Motor (+1.4%) posts a (slim) gain only thanks to the Toyota brand (+1.7%) whereas Lexus (-0.8%) drops. In contrast, General Motors (-5.3%), Ford Motor (-4%), American Honda (-4.1%) and Nissan Motor (-9.5%) all post significant losses. This posts includes exclusive BSCB estimates for all October General Motors brands and models sales as the company now only reports quarterly.

The Tacoma posts a 10th consecutive double-digit gain, helping Toyota Motor up 1.4%.

Further down, Jaguar Land Rover (+25.4%) excels, Daimler AG (+0.9%) and Hyundai-Kia (+0.7%) edge up but the BMW Group (-1.3%) and the Volkswagen Group (-3.9%) are in decline. Subaru (+2.5%) extend is streak of year-on-year gains to 83 consecutive months but Audi’s equivalent streak of 107 months is brutally ended by its first drop in 9 years (no interruption since October 2009) at -17.3% this month. Tesla (+861%) is up almost 10-fold on October 2017 thanks to the gearing up of the Model 3 but drops two spots on September to #17, back below BMW and Lexus. Volkswagen (+4.6%) and Hyundai (+2.8%) are also strong while further down Land Rover (+43.3%), McLaren (+23.5%) and Infiniti (+15.4%) also impress.

Thanks to the new Ascent, Subaru extends its streak to 83 consecutive year-on-year gains…

After 16 consecutive months of year-on-year gains, the Ford F-Series (-7%) endures a second straight decline and impacts the performance of the Ford brand as a whole, counting for 38% of its deliveries this month. The Ram Pickup (+11%) holds onto the #2 spot for the third consecutive month, scoring its third highest ever volume at 49.186 below the 51.856 of last month and the 49.912 of last August. Let this sink in for a minute: whereas Ram’s previous record (48.710 in July 2005) stood for over 13 years, it has been beaten three consecutive times this year. The Chevrolet Silverado (-14%) ensures the podium is 100% full-size pickup, followed as is the case year-to-date by three SUVs: the Toyota RAV4 (-0.2%), Honda CR-V (+0.2%) and Nissan Rogue (-8%). Below, the Toyota Camry (+3%) uncharacteristically posts a gain just as all other top-selling passenger cars struggle mightily: the Honda Accord (-11%), Civic (-26%), and Toyota Corolla (-11%) all fall by the double-digits, with the Chevrolet Equinox (+6%) finding its way inside the Top 10 again.

…whereas Audi ends its own positive streak at 107 months, despite the arrival of the Q8.

Outside the Top 10, the Toyota Tacoma (+30%) lodges a 10th consecutive double-digit gain, the Tesla Model 3 (+12141%) scores a second consecutive Top 20 finish, with SUVs signing 12 of the 17 largest year-on-year gains in the remainder of the Top 60: the Dodge Grand Caravan (+357%), GMC Terrain (+87%), VW Tiguan (+48%), Audi Q5 (+35%), Hyundai Tucson (+32%), Honda Pilot (+31%), Jeep Compass (+26%), Hyundai Elantra (+24%), Chevrolet Colorado (+21%), Chrysler Pacifica (+22%), Subaru Forester (+19%), Toyota Highlander (+18%), Chevrolet Trax (+17%), Honda Odyssey (+15%), Jeep Cherokee (+15%), Ford Explorer (+13%), Toyota 4Runner (+13%). The Subaru Ascent (#65) crosses the 6.000 unit-mark for the first time and remains by far the most popular recent launch (<12 months) above the Ford Ecosport (#85), Hyundai Kona (#89) and Nissan Kicks (#107). Finally, this month we welcome the Audi Q8 (#233) and Jaguar i-Pace (#273) in the U.S. sales charts.

Previous month: USA September 2018: FCA > Ford, Jeep and Ram defy market down 4.9%

One year ago: USA October 2017: Market down 1.1% but SAAR remains above 18m

Full October 2018 Top 15 groups, Top 40 brands and Top 280 models below.


Russia October 2018: Lada Vesta leads, VW Tiguan breaks into Top 10

First ever Top 10 finish for the VW Tiguan in Russia.

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The Russian new car market confirms its growth is softening: after ending 16 consecutive months of double-digit gains in September (+6.2%), sales are up 8.2% in October to 160.425 units, leading to a year-to-date tally up 14.1% to 1.457.857. Market leaders Lada (+12%) and Kia (+21%) however frankly outpace the overall growth to post strong shares at 20% and 13.1% respectively. It’s a different story for Hyundai (+1%) and more strikingly Renault (-7%) both frankly trailing the market as do GAZ (-11%) and Ford(-9%) at the tail end of the Top 10 but Skoda (+33%), Volkswagen (+24%), Toyota (+14%) and Nissan (+11%) gallop ahead. Further down, Volvo (+60%), Suzuki (+44%), Mitsubishi (+40%), Honda (+22%), BMW (+21%), Datsun (+19%) and Subaru (+15%) all post splendid gains while the Chinese remain the most dynamic among smaller marques with Zotye (+259%), FAW (+119%), Haval (+117%), Geely (+115%), HTM (+78%), Changan (+62%) and Dongfeng (+48%) making waves albeit all remaining below 0.3% share. Jeep (+132%), Genesis (+116%), Isuzu (+63%), Ssangyong (+54%), Jaguar (+48%) and Mini (+31%) are also worth mentioning.

The Skoda Kodiaq is taking root in the Russian Top 25. Pictures

The Lada Vesta (+61%) reclaims the top spot for the 4th time in the past five months and the 5th time ever, widening the gap with the Kia Rio (-10%) in the YTD order. Meanwhile the Lada Granta (+25%) is also in great shape thanks to its recent facelift. Although the Hyundai Creta (-9%) lodges an incredible 27th month as the best-selling SUV in Russia (it never ranked at anything else but #1 since its launch in August 2016), it is in negative for the first time and should brace for the assault of the new gen Renault Duster (-4%) in the coming months. Alongside the Toyota Camry (+60%) and VW Polo (+31%), the VW Tiguan (+24%) posts a spectacular year-on-year uptick enabling it to break into the Russian Top 10 for the first time in history. The Skoda Kodiaq (+686%) equals its ranking record at #21, with the Kia Optima (+69%), Hyundai Tucson (+69%), Nissan Qashqai (+49%), Skoda Rapid (+40%), Nissan X-Trail (+28%) and Mitsubishi Outlander (+23%) also making themselves noticed.

Previous month: Russia September 2018: Lada Granta leads, Vesta now #1 year-to-date

One year ago: Russia October 2017: Optima, Outlander shine in market up 17.3%

Full October 2018 Top 55 All-brands and Top 25 models below.


India October 2018: Hyundai Santro returns with a splash directly #11

The legendary Hyundai Santro has returned to the Indian market.

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The Indian new car market is back in positive territory after three consecutive months of decline with October wholesales up 2.2% to 283.806 units, leading to a year-to-date volume up 6.5% to a record-breaking 2.874.948 dealership deliveries. For once Maruti (+1%) trails its home market, resulting in a relatively weak 47.9% share vs. 51% so far in 2018, but Hyundai (+5%), Mahindra (+5%) and Tata (+11%) all gain market share year-on-year to round up the Top 4. Below, only Ford – up a spectacular 114% thanks to the success of the new Ecosport and Freestyle – stands out while Toyota (+2%), Honda (-0.3%) are slow and Jeep (-53%), Renault (-24%), Datsun (-20%) and Volkswagen (-13%) sink due to the lack of successful new launches.

The Hyundai Santro nameplate returns to a level unseen in almost 9 years.

Model-wise, the Maruti Alto (+14%) snaps its second pole position in the past three months but remains 14.000 units below the Maruti Dzire (-16%) year-to-date while the Maruti Baleno (+28%) gains two spots on September to rank #2 for only the second time in history after July 2017. The Top Five is once again 100% Maruti with the Swift (+43%) fully benefitting from the new generation and Vitara Brezza (+36%) breaking its all-time monthly volume record at 15.832. The Hyundai Elite i20 (+21%) scores its third highest volume ever at 13.290 (below 13.390 in February 2018 and 13.319 in March 2018), distancing the Hyundai Creta (+27%) for its part scoring its highest ever tally at 11.702. The Mahindra Marazzo is up 35% on last month to 3.810, but the real big news of October in India are elsewhere…

The original 1998 Santro launched the Hyundai marque in India.

This month the legendary Hyundai Santro nameplate is reborn to replace the Eon in the Korean lineup and it returns into the Indian sales charts with a splash: directly #11 with 8.535 wholesales. The Santro is the car that launched Hyundai in India back in 1998, an instant blockbuster climbing to the overall annual #2 spot as early as in 2000 and propelling the carmaker onto the Indian podium that same year, a position it hasn’t left since. The Santro introduced the “tall boy” segment later emulated by the Maruti Wagon R and reached an annual volume record of 140.679 in 2006, hitting a record 16.838 units in March of that year. Big shoes to fill for the new generation Santro, but the start is promising: 8.535 units is a volume that took the first generation Santro 54 months to achieve (9.086 sales in March 2003 after launching in October 1998) and it is a level the Santro nameplate hasn’t seen since March 2010, a full 5 years below disappearing from the charts in December 2014.

Previous post: India 1958-2017: More detailed Historical Data now available

Previous month: India September 2018: Sales drop again, Maruti Swift naps third ever win

One year ago: India October 2017: Maruti DZire #1 for third straight month, market down

Full October 2018 Top 25 All-brands and Top 90 models below.


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