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Mexico August 2018: Chevrolet Aveo snaps first win in 20 months

The Chevrolet Aveo is the best-selling nameplate in Mexico in August.

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The Mexican new car market is down for the 15th consecutive month at -5.3% to 118.729 registrations, pulling the year-to-date tally down 7.7% to 913.817 units. This is however the lowest decline rate since last April so hopes that the market will bottom out soon are gaining some hesitant traction. Worryingly and for the 7th month in a row, brand leader Nissan falls faster than the market at -10% but remains comfortably in the lead at 21.9% share, distancing Chevrolet (-1%) at 16.6% and Volkswagen (-16%) struggling even more at 10.8%. Below, Toyota (+5%), Kia (+9%), Mazda (+10%), Hyundai (+6%) and most strikingly Ram (+14%) all go against the overall gloom to post year-on-year gains. Further down the charts, Jaguar (+222%), Land Rover (+183%), Isuzu (+56%), Lamborghini (+50%), GMC (+47%), Suzuki (+35%), Lincoln (+33%), Audi (+30%), Smart (+18%), BMW (+17%), Infiniti (+16%) and Volvo (+14%) are the most dynamic.

The Kia Forte breaks into the Mexican Top 10 for the first time.

The Chevrolet Aveo surges 54% to snap the lead of the Mexican models ranking for the first time since December 2016 at 6.6% share vs. 6.3% for the YTD leader the Nissan Versa (-7%), earning the #2 spot YTD. Note the Aveo isn’t produced locally anymore, now imported from China where it is called Sail. The Nissan Pickup (-3%), Chevrolet Beat (-5%) and VW Vento (-5%) rounds up a Top 5 mostly in negative. The Kia Forte (+73%) and Nissan March (+17%) post the largest gains in the Top 10, meaning there are two Kias in the Mexican Top 10 for the first time in history as this is the very first stunt of the Forte inside the Top 10. The Toyota Hilux (+28%), Chevrolet Trax (+25%) and Seat Ibiza (+21%) also shine, with the Toyota C-HR (#83), Honda BR-V (#84) and BAIC X25 (#114) topping recent launches (<12 months).

Previous month: Mexico July 2018: Hyundai and Mazda resist in market down 6.4%

One year ago: Mexico August 2017: Chevrolet Beat up to #4, Accent and Cavalier land

Note: Data is BSCB estimate for models by Acura, Honda (Fit and HR-V are actuals), Infiniti, Nissan, Renault, Seat and Volkswagen (Tiguan is actuals).

Full August 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 220 All-models below.

Mexico July 2018: Hyundai and Mazda resist in market down 6.4%

The X25 is BAIC’s best-seller in Mexico so far in 2018.

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New light vehicle sales in Mexico lodge their 14th consecutive year-on-year drop in July at -6.4% to 114.323 registrations, pulling the year-to-date tally down 8.1% to 795.088. For the 6th month in a row, brand leader Nissan falls a lot faster than the market at -14% to 21.2% share vs. 22.4% so far in 2018. The Japanese carmaker however remains comfortably in the lead ahead of Chevrolet edging up 1% to 16.8% vs 15% YTD. Volkswagen (-26%) posts the sharpest loss in the Top 20 whereas just below, Toyota, Kia and Honda all gain 4%. Hyundai (+23%) and Mazda (+12%) are the heroes of the Top 10, both managing a double-digit increase. Further down, Land Rover (+143%), Volvo (+93%), Lamborghini (+50%), Jaguar (+40%), Infiniti (+43%), Suzuki (+28%), Cadillac (+27%), Lincoln (+25%), Audi (+23%), Mercedes (+19%) and Porsche (+17%) make themselves noticed. Newcomer BAIC is up 43% and two spots on its inaugural score in June to #24. Model-wise, the entire Top 9 remains unchanged on June with the Nissan Versa (-9%), Chevrolet Aveo (+34%) and Beat (+91%) on the podium, the latter overtaking the Nissan Pickup (-11%) to climb to #2 YTD. Strong performers include the Mazda2 (+319%, Toyota Prius (+87%), Kia Forte (+43%) and Honda HR-V (+33%).

Previous month: Mexico June 2018: BAIC finally official in market down 6%

One year ago: Mexico July 2017: Third decline in four months at -7.3%

Full July 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 220 All-models below.

Note: Data is BSCB estimate for models by Acura, Honda (Fit and HR-V are actuals), Infiniti, Nissan, Renault, Seat and Volkswagen (Tiguan is actuals).

Mexico June 2018: BAIC finally official in market down 6%

BAIC’s best-seller in Mexico this month is the D20.

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The Mexican new light vehicle market has now been losing ground year-on-year for 13 consecutive months with June deliveries down another 6% to 119.724, pulling the year-to-date tally down 8.4% to 680.765. Atop the brands ranking, both Nissan (-16%) and Volkswagen (-27%) fall a lot faster than the market whereas Chevrolet (+2%) and most impressively Toyota (+11%) go against the grain with year-on-year gains. At the tail end of the Top 10, Hyundai once again has a smile on its face with a 17% surge, along with Mazda (+3%) the only other carmaker in positive. Dodge (-20%) on the other hand is hit hard. Further down, Land Rover (+214%), Jaguar (+136%), Isuzu (+107%), Mitsubishi (+71%), Lincoln (+70%), Volvo (+70%), Lamborghini (+50%), Smart (+32%), BMW (+28%), Suzuki (+20%), Mercedes (+19%) and Jeep (+17%) all defy market conditions with spectacular gains.

Model-wise, the Nissan Versa (-15%) holds onto the top spot with an estimated 6.2% share despite a steep drop, it distances the Chevrolet Aveo (+22%) and Beat (+1748%) celebrating one year in market. The Nissan Pickup (-7%) is stuck at #4 vs. #2 YTD. The VW Vento (-1%) remains above the Nissan March (-3%) while the VW Jetta (-46%) implodes, the Kia Rio (-1%) maintains itself inside the Top 10 and the Toyota Yaris (+20%) breaks into it for the first time in 2018. Excellent performances of the Mazda2 (+739%), VW Tiguan (+182%), Toyota Prius (+83%), Chevrolet Silverado (+37%), Honda HR-V (+33%), Ford F-Series (+33%), Kia Forte (+29%) and Renault Duster (+19%) in the remainder of the Top 50. The Chevrolet Cavalier (#15) tops recent launches (<12 months) ahead of the Hyundai Accent (#35), Honda BR-V (#53) and Toyota C-HR (#73).

But the big story in Mexico this month is elsewhere, with BAIC becoming the first Chinese manufacturer to ever appear in the Mexican sales charts. Two years after establishing itself in the country (June 2016), and  in Puente Nacional, Veracruz (May 2017) in association with AT Motors with an annual capacity of 6.000 vehicles, BAIC indeed finally appears in the ranking, landing directly at the Top 25’s door. It had failed to officially communicate sales data until now, although in May 2018  claimed the brand had sold 750 cars in Mexico over the first 4 months of 2018 vs. 186 a year prior. It was also announced that BAIC would shortly be investing $2 billion in a new Mexican factory, as it currently pays a 21% import tariff on all its cars because none of the manufacturing process is completed in Mexico right now, only CKD assembling. Local nameplates account for 90% of the brand’s June sales, with the D20 representing 49% and the X25 crossover 41%. The BJ40 jeep (6%) and X65 crossover (4%) are imported.

Previous month: Mexico May 2018: Toyota, Mazda, Hyundai up in 14th YoY drop in a row

One year ago: Mexico June 2017: Second decline in past 3 months: the plateau is here

Full June 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 220 All-models below.

Note: Data is BSCB estimate for models by Acura, Honda (Fit and HR-V are actuals), Infiniti, Nissan, Renault, Seat and Volkswagen (Tiguan is actuals).

Mexico May 2018: Toyota, Mazda, Hyundai up in 12th YoY drop in a row

The new Accent is almost solely responsible for Hyundai’s 12% May surge.

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New light vehicle sales in Mexico endure a 12th consecutive month of year-on-year decline in May at -6.8% to 114.503 registrations, with the year-to-date volume now down 8.9% on the all-time high established at the same time last year to 561.041. Once again brand leader Nissan falls much faster than the market at -14% to a still very dominant 21.9% share vs. 22.8% so far this year. Chevrolet resists well at -1% to 16.8% share this month, almost three percentage points above its YTD level of 14.1% (-19%). Volkswagen (-22%) posts the steepest decline in the Top 20 but Toyota shines with a 3% year-on-year gain. Kia continues to markedly slow down its gains: from +37% in January to +19% in February, +13% in March, +4% in April and a very slim +0.1% in May. Sister brand Hyundai does a lot better at +12% but falls one spot to #8. Mazda (+3%) is the only other Top 10 carmaker in positive, while Ford (-11%), Honda (-9%) and Dodge (-6%) all lose ground. Further down, notice Land Rover (+144%), Volvo (+119%), Suzuki (+62%), Lamborghini (+50%), Subaru (+29%), Infiniti (+25%), Lincoln (+23%), Peugeot (+21%), Alfa Romeo (+20%), BMW (+12%) and Mitsubishi (+11%) all going against the grain and posting spectacular year-on-year improvements.

Note that similarly to GM in the US, Acura, Honda, Nissan, Renault, Seat and Volkswagen have stopped sharing models sales detail for Mexico so we have estimated their sales this month. This month the Nissan Versa (-5%) reclaims the top spot it holds year-to-date off the Chevrolet Beat despite an estimated drop, with the Chevrolet Aveo (+1%) and Nissan Pickup (-15%) following and holding onto their April ranking. The Nissan March (+13%) is back above the VW Vento (-22%) with the Honda HR-V surging 18% to break into the Mexican Top 10 for the very first time, nudging the Chevrolet Cavalier out (#11). The Honda CR-V (-50%) pays the price. We welcome the Alfa Romeo Stelvio at #197.

Previous month: Mexico April 2018: Chevrolet Beat #1, Cavalier in Top 10

One year ago: Mexico May 2017: Kia Rio breaks into Top 10, market back up

Full May 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 215 models below.

Mexico April 2018: Chevrolet Beat #1, Cavalier in Top 10

The Chevrolet Beat is estimated to be the best-selling vehicle in Mexico in April.

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The Mexican new light vehicle market has now been in decline for 13 consecutive months – after enjoying 35 consecutive months of gains – with April sales down another 4.5% to 109.276 leading to a year-to-date volume down 9.4% to 446.538 units. Brand leader Nissan falls a lot faster than the market at -18% to 20.6% share vs. 23% YTD, while Chevrolet is down by a much more reserved 3%. Volkswagen (-14%) and Toyota (-5%) are also in difficulty near the top of the leaderboard with Kia (+4%) the only brand in positive in the Top 7. Sister brand Hyundai (+40%), Ram (+19%) and Mazda (+10%) all post double-digit gains in the remainder of the Top 10 while below, Land Rover (+284%), Volvo (+97%), Suzuki (+85%), Lincoln (+75%), Jaguar (+56%), Mercedes (+44%), Jeep (+21%) and BMW (+20%) also impress. Note that similarly to GM in the US, Nissan, Renault, Seat and Volkswagen have stopped sharing models sales detail for Mexico so we have estimated their sales this month.

The Chevrolet Cavalier breaks into the Mexican Top 10 for the first time for this generation.

Over in the models ranking, the Chevrolet Beat manages its second monthly win in the past 5 months (and ever) after last December with 5.9% share, edging past the Nissan Versa for just 20 sales (estimated figure). The Aveo (+14%) makes it two Chevrolets on the podium, a performance normally reserved to Nissan. The Nissan Pickup (-19%) and VW Vento (-22%) tumble down and round up the Top 5. Excellent performance of the Kia Rio up 12% to #8 while the Chevrolet Cavalier breaks into the Mexican Top 10 for the first time for this generation. Notice also the Honda HR-V (+26%), Mazda CX-3 (+43%) and VW Tiguan (+270%) posting spectacular gains inside the Top 30.

Previous month: Mexico March 2018: Chevrolet Beat back up to #2 in market down 13.4%

One year ago: Mexico April 2017: First year-on-year decline in 3 years

Full April 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 215 models below.

Mexico March 2018: Chevrolet Beat back up to #2 in market down 13.4%

The Chevrolet Beat is only outsold by the Nissan Versa in Mexico in March.

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After a relative respite in February (-7.2%), the Mexican market returns to double-digit declines for the third time in the past 4 months at -13.4% to 118.611 units, leading to a Q1 volume down 10.8% to 337.262. For the second straight month, the top three most popular carmaker in the country fall faster than the market: Nissan drops 24% to 24% share, Chevrolet is down 18% to 15.9% which is actually 3.5 percentage points above its YTD level of 12.4% and enables the brand to reclaim the #2 YTD spot off Volkswagen, itself down 25% to 10.9% at #3. In the Top 10, Hyundai (+13%), Kia (+13%), Honda (+4%), Mazda (+2%) and Renault (+0.1%) all manage a year-on-year gain while outside, in actual fact there are more growing brands than declining ones, compensating for the heavy losses of the top-sellers. Land Rover (+224%), Jaguar (+82%), Volvo (+58%), Suzuki (+57%), Lamborghini (+50%), Lincoln (+45%), Jeep (+36%), Smart (+21%), BMW (+14%), Ferrari (+14%), Porsche (+13%), Mini (+12%) and Buick (+11%) all defy the market conditions by posting double-digit gains.

The Chevrolet Cavalier breaks into the Mexican Top 20 for the 2nd time, hitting a record #16.

Model-wise, the Nissan Versa (+5%) remains the best-seller, while the Chevrolet Beat returns to the #2 spot it held last November with 5.9% share, now ranking #3 YTD. The Nissan Pickup (-14%) and Chevrolet Aveo (-23%) get each knocked down one spot to #3 and #4 respectively, with the Nissan March (-12%), VW Vento (-35%), Jetta (-14%), Nissan Sentra (-30%) and Honda CR-V (-28%) camp on their February position. Among them only one nameplate gets a year-on-year uplift: the Kia Rio (+4%). Below, notice the Kia Sportage (+18%), Honda HR-V (+28%) and City (+20%) while among newcomers the Chevrolet Cavalier is up a whopping 38 spots on February to a record #16, the Hyundai Accent is up 3 to #22 and the Honda BR-V up 64 on its inaugural month to break into the Mexican Top 50 for its 2nd month on sales at #48.

Previous month: Mexico February 2018: Hyundai, Kia, Mazda and Honda defy market down 7.2%

One year ago: Mexico March 2017: Chevy Spark, Nissan Pickup top market up 17%

Full March 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 217 models below.

Mexico February 2018: Hyundai, Kia, Mazda and Honda defy market down 7.2%

The All-new BR-V helps Honda up 14% in Mexico this month.

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The Mexican new car market slows down its fall in February at -7.2% to 109.495 units vs. -17.5% in December and -11.4% in January. The year-to-date tally is down 9.4% to 241.254 registrations after two months. The Top 3 best-selling carmakers all fall frankly faster than the market: Nissan is down 15%, Chevrolet down 21% and Volkswagen down 24%. Bar Dodge (-25%) and Ford (-4%), the remainder of the Top 10 is in positive territory, starting with Toyota (+0.2%) in 4th place. Hyundai (+21%), Kia (+19%), Mazda (+15%) and Honda (+14%) all post impressive double-digit gains. Further down the ranking, Isuzu (+145%), Smart (+118%), Jaguar (+93%), Land Rover (+85%), Jeep (+54%), Lamborghini (+50%), Suzuki (+42%), Lincoln (+25%), Mercedes (+22%), BMW (+20%), Infiniti (+16%), Ferrari (+14%), Porsche (+12%) and Mini (+11%) also impress.

Model-wise, the Nissan Versa (+9%) and Pickup (-12%) remain in the lead while the Chevrolet Aveo (-14%) rallies up three spots on last month to #3 and the all-new Chevrolet Beat is up 6 to #4. The Nissan March (-5%) rounds up the Top 5 ahead of the VW Vento (-24%) and Jetta (-26%). Both the Kia Rio (+129%) and Honda CR-V (+122%) more than double their sales year-on-year at the tail end of the Top 10. The Hyundai Accent (#25), Chevrolet Cavalier (#44) are the other recent launches to rank inside the Top 50 just as the Toyota C-HR is up 19 spots on its inaugural month to #78. In February we welcome the Honda BR-V at #112.

Previous month: Mexico January 2018: Kia hits record share, Chevy sinks 53% in market down 11.4%

One year ago: Mexico February 2017: Kia breaks into Top 5, market up 6.5%

Full February 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 210 models below.

Mexico January 2018: Kia hits record share, Chevy sinks 53% in market down 11.4%

Kia sales in Mexico are up 37% to reach a record 7.3% market share.

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The Mexican new car market continues to contract in this start of 2018 with January sales down 11.4% year-on-year, marking an 8th consecutive month of decline and 2nd consecutive double-digit drop after losing 17.5% in December. Nissan loses less ground than the market at -8%, resulting in a market share improved to 24.2%, almost double the #2 Volkswagen down 15%. Toyota goes against the grain with a fantastic 15% surge to 8.5% share, followed by Honda (-2%) while for Chevrolet it’s a month to forget with deliveries down an abysmal 53% on January 2017 to a paltry 7.7% share vs. 16.1% over the Full Year 2017. Kia continues to impress with a 37% year-on-year gain leading to a new record share at 7.3%, smashing its previous best of 6.4% established last September. Sister brand Hyundai also shines with a 17% uplift while Mazda improves its share to 4.3% thanks to deliveries down just 1%. Outside the Top 10, Jaguar (+500%), Land Rover (+265%), Lamborghini (+50%), Suzuki (+36%), BMW (+35%), Jeep (+30%), Isuzu (+29%), Peugeot (+18%), Volvo (+15%), Ferrari (+14%), Audi (+8%), Mini (+8%), Porsche (+8%), Buick (+3%) and Lincoln (+3%) all defy the surrounding gloom to post positive results.

The Toyota C-HR lands directly inside the Mexican Top 100. 

After being toppled by the Chevrolet Beat in December, the Nissan Versa – the best-selling vehicle in Mexico for the past two consecutive years – reclaims its throne with sales actually up 16% to 7% share, with the Japanese carmaker placing four nameplates in the Top 5 this month: the Pickup (-7%) at #2, the March (-3%) at #4 and the Sentra (-10%) at #5. The odd one out is the VW Vento (-7%) rounding up the podium. Below the Chevrolet Aveo down 52% to #6, the Kia Rio shoots up 132% year-on-year to land at a record 7th place, beating its previous best of #8 established last September. The Honda CR-V (+116%) also impresses at #9 while the Chevrolet Beat drops 9 spots on December to #10 but remains by far the best-selling recent launch (<12 months) above the Hyundai Accent (#28), Renault Captur (#65) and Chevrolet Cavalier (#67). This month we welcome the Toyota C-HR at #97 and the Peugeot 5008 at #160.

Previous post: Mexico Full Year 2017: Kia and Hyundai break records, Nissan Versa #1

One year ago: Mexico January 2017: Nissan Versa and Pickup top market up just 3%

Full January 2018 Top 40 All-brands and Top 210 models below.

Mexico Full Year 2017: Kia and Hyundai break records, Nissan Versa #1

The Nissan Versa is the best-selling vehicle in Mexico for the second consecutive year.

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Consult over 25 years of Mexican Historical Data here

After two record years in a row lifting the market from 1.135.000 units in 2014 to 1.604.000 in 2016, new car sales in Mexico take a breather in 2017 with sales down 4.6% to 1.530.624 units, by far the 2nd highest annual score in history. In a year marred by tariff uncertainty on exports to the U.S, the lifeline of the Mexican car industry, the market showed first signs of plateauing back in April when it posted its first year-on-year decline in 35 months after recording 27 consecutive record months. Then Mexico switched to negative for good in June, culminating in a painful 17.5% fall in December. The Top 3 best-selling carmakers all lose share: Nissan is down 9% to 23.8%, Chevrolet down 16% to 16.1% and Volkswagen down 6% to 12.6%. Toyota (+0.5%) and Honda (+0.3%) manage stable sales and round up the Top 5.

Kia broke its monthly volume record 9 times in Mexico in 2017… 

But the success story of the year is once again Korean: launched in Mexico in July 2015, Kia surges 49% to end its second full year in market only 1.500 units below Honda in 6th place but ranking 5th four times. Kia broke its monthly volume record 9 times this year including the last 4 months of 2017, lifting it from 6.030 (December 2016) to 8.080 (December 2017), while its record share went from 4.5% (September 2016) to 6.4% (September 2017). Not to be outdone, sister brand Hyundai – launched here in May 2014 – is up 28% to #9 and also aligns the records, bettering its all-time monthly volume 8 times including the last 5 months of the year to lift it from 3.527 (November 2016) to 5.219 (December 2017) while its record share jumped from 2.6% (April 2016) to 3.5% (September 2017). Other remarkable gains are posted by Fiat (+33%), Lamborghini (+29%), Suzuki (+26%), Isuzu (+23%), Mercedes (+22%), Smart (+20%), Subaru (+18%) and Peugeot (+13%).

…while Hyundai did so 8 times.

Over in the models ranking, the Nissan Versa scores a second consecutive year in pole position with sales up 3% to 6.1% share, remaining unchallenged during most of the year with 10 monthly wins over the first 11 months (the Chevrolet Spark led in March). However December brought a surprise with the Chevrolet Beat, launched in June, taking the lead with an outstanding 12.027 sales and 7.6% share vs. just 9.695 and 6.1% for the Versa. The Beat is by far the most popular new launch in Mexico in 2017, landing directly at #9 with over 40.000 sales. The Nissan Pickup (+9%) gains two spots to #2, toppling the Chevrolet Aveo (-18%) and Spark (-37%) while the VW Vento (+0.3%) and Nissan March (-3%) progress to #4 and #5 respectively.

Launched in June, the Chevrolet Beat snapped the top spot in December. 

The Kia Rio, now locally produced, is up a fantastic 140% to become the first ever Korean nameplate to break into the annual Mexican Top 10 at #10. Notice also the Honda CR-V up 45% to #11 thanks to the new generation, the Nissan Kicks up to #18 for its first full year of sales, the Toyota Hilux up 40% to #24, the Kia Forte up 37% to #25 and the Hyundai Creta up to #32 for its first full year. Five additional 2017 all-new launches make it to the Top 100: the Hyundai Accent (#59), Chevrolet Cavalier (#80), Jeep Renegade (#84), Suzuki Ignis (#86) and Renault Captur (#87).

Previous month: Mexico November 2017: Nissan Versa and Chevrolet Beat shine

Previous year: Mexico Full Year 2016: Record market pounces up 18.6% above 1.6m units

Two years ago: Mexico Full Year 2015: 12 months of records lead market up 19%

Full Year and December 2017 Top 40 All-brands and Top 265 models vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

Mexico November 2017: Nissan Versa & Chevy Beat shine, market down 8.5%

The Nissan Versa hits a new share record in Mexico this month.

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The Mexican new light vehicle market has now well and truly entered a period of recession with November marking the 7th month of decline out of the past eight at -8.5% to 141.150 units and leading to a year-to-date volume down 2.8% to 1.371.713. Once again the top four best-selling carmakers fall faster than the market with Nissan (-13%), Chevrolet (-22%), Volkswagen (-10%) and Toyota (-12%) topping the charts. And once again the heroes of the month are the recently-launched sister Korean brands. Kia soars 43% to 7.815 sales and 5.5% share, breaking its all-time volume record for the 9th time in the past 12 months. Meanwhile Hyundai surges 42% to 5.011 units and 3.5% share, the carmaker’s first month above 5.000 sales and the 7th time in the past 12 months it breaks its volume record. Other great performers include Suzuki (+51%), Lamborghini (+50%), Mercedes (+39%), Subaru (+37%), Land Rover (+31%), Isuzu (+26%), Peugeot (+26%), Audi (+23%), Fiat (+17%), Volvo (+12%) and Ferrari (+11%).

The Chevrolet Beat steps up to 2nd place overall for the first time. 

Model-wise, the Nissan Versa goes against the grain with a 17% year-on-year gain to 7.8% share, a new record for the nameplate which also posts its second best-ever monthly volume at 11.062 units. In second place, the Chevrolet Beat takes its blockbuster success to the next level with new ranking, volume and share records, and is up to #9 year-to-date. The Nissan Pickup drops 22% to a distant #3 but remains at #2 year-to-date. The Chevrolet Aveo (-51%), VW Jetta (-50%), Nissan March (-19%) and VW Vento (-16%) all struggle inside the Top 10 whereas the Kia Rio (+229%) and Toyota Yaris (+4%) shine. Among other recent launches, the Hyundai Accent (#24), Chevrolet Cavalier (#38) and Suzuki Ignis (#54) shoot up.

Previous month: Mexico October 2017: Hyundai and Kia break records, market down 9.5%

One year ago: Mexico November 2016: Market up 22.5%, annual record eclipsed

Full November 2017 Top 40 All-brands and Top 210 All-models below.

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