Brazil August 2017: Chevy Onix & Renault Kwid shine, market up 17.8%

Nothing can stop the Chevrolet Onix in Brazil: up another 49% in August. 

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After a 17.3% surge in May, 13.7% in June and a more discreet 2.3% in July, the Brazilian new car market soars 17.8% in August to 209.871 registrations, lifting the year-to-date tally up 5.8% to 1.380.088. This is the largest year-on-year gain in well over four years, since the 29% surge of April 2013. Brazilian car sales are well and truly out of trouble. Brand leader Chevrolet manages to outpace the galloping market with a 25% surge to 18.2% share, distancing Fiat at 14% (-1%) and Volkswagen at 12.5%, up 41% on a particularly weak August 2016 score. Hyundai (+18%) remains in 4th place above Ford (+6%) and Toyota (+7%). Honda (+30%) and most strikingly Jeep (+95%) beat the market in the Top 10, while below Peugeot (+23%), Mercedes (+40%), Suzuki (+62%), Lifan (+74%) and Chery (+100%) also do so, the latter enjoying a fourth consecutive month inside Brazil’s Top 20 brands.

The Renault Kwid is now inside the Brazilian Top 30. 

Nothing car stop the frenzied sales trajectory of the Chevrolet Onix, up another 49% year-on-year in August to an astounding 8.8% share, its highest since last February (9%). The Hyundai HB20 (+1%) and Ford Ka (+8%) on the other hand lose share vs. August 2016. The Chevrolet Prisma (+27%) duplicates the success of the Onix and leaps on to 4th place this month ahead of the VW Gol back up 51% on a dismal August 2016. Notice also the Fiat Mobi up 40% to #8 and the VW Fox up 47% to #9. The Jeep Renegade reclaims the SUV title at #12 overall, distancing the Honda HR-V (-10%), Hyundai Creta up to a record #14 also hit last April and the Jeep Compass down 5 spots on July to #165. The Fiat Argo timidly gains one spot on last month to #17, crossing the 4.000 monthly sales mark for the first time in August. Finally the Renault Kwid soars 50 ranks on last month to break into the Top 30 at #27. The Chery QQ remains the most popular Chinese nameplate in Brazil at #69 ahead of the Lifan X60 (+160%) at #82 and the JAC T5 (+213%) at #88.

Previous month: Brazil July 2017: Fiat Argo breaks into Top 20 in market up 2.3%

One year ago: Brazil August 2016: Onix and HB20 sparkle, VW at lowest ever share

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USA August 2017: RAV4 repeats volume record in market hit by Harvey

The Toyota RAV4 once again breaks its volume record in the U.S.

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Before hurricane Harvey hit, analysts thought August would be the first positive U.S. sales month for 2017. Partly due to the disruptions triggered by the storm and devastating floods that followed (estimated to have caused the loss of 30 to 50.000 units), it ended up not being the case with sales for the month down 1.9% or 29.000 units year-on-year to 1.483.330, marking the 8th consecutive month of negative sales in the U.S. This even though average incentives are up 13% year-on-year to $3.799 per vehicle according to ALG. Thus 2017 has yet to register a single positive month. Year-to-date, new light vehicles in the U.S. are down 2.7% or 320.000 units to 11.350.606. The Seasonally Adjusted Annual selling Rate plunges to 16.1 million, down from 17.2 million in August 2016 and the lowest SAAR since the 15.6 million units of February 2014. The year-to-date SAAR now stands at 16.8 million units, down from 17.3 million in the same periods of 2016 and 2015. With between 300.000 to 500.000 storm-damaged vehicles to be replaced, we could however see a minor tick up over the last quarter of the year.

Once again cars are the hardest hit at -8.5% to 549.749 units, with midsize cars resisting better (-3.8%) while small cars (-11.8%) and luxury cars (-13.2%) down in the double-digits. Following a trend we’ve seen across the last couple of years, Light Trucks are up 2.4% to 933.581 units, with minivans up 0,7% to 45.924, pickups up 3.7% to 237.753 and crossovers up 3.8% to 465.125 but SUVs actually down 3.8% to 144.529. In August, cars account for 37.1% of light vehicle sales, down from 38.5% in August 2016 while light trucks see their share grow from 61.5% to 62.9%. Year-to-date, cars are down 11.3% and light trucks up 3.3% with this ratio being 37.9% to 62.1%.

The Ford F-Series is up 15% in August, helping pickup trucks up 3.7%. 

In the Groups ranking, General Motors post its largest year-on-year gain of 2017 at +7.5% to 275.552 units as inventory falls and Toyota Motor also impresses with its third consecutive year-on-year gain at +6.8% to 227.625, maintaining itself above Ford Motor down 2.1% to 209.029. FCA is down 11% for its 12th consecutive year-on-year drop, reporting retail sales down 7% and fleet sales plunging 23% as part of a deliberate strategy to reduce dependence on fleet. American Honda (-2.4%), Nissan North America (-13.1%) and most strikingly Hyundai-Kia (-14.8%) all lose ground and market share, falling faster than the market. The Volkswagen Group gains 4.8% to 56.836 sales.

Ford reclaims the lead of the brands ranking despite a 1.9% drop to just above 200.000 sales. Toyota, #1 last month, drops to #2 but gains 11.5%, ending the month a mere 817 sales above Chevrolet, also up a very solid 11.4%. Honda (-1.8%) and Nissan (-14.8%) round up the Top 5 above Jeep down a dismal 15.4% due to a 66% drop in fleet sales. Hyundai (-25.5%) tops all manufacturers for the largest drop in the Top 20 while GMC (+12.4%) posts the largest gain. Buick (-22.5%) and Chrysler (-33%) are also in great difficulty. Further down, Mitsubishi (+11.3%), Maserati (+15.1%), Genesis (+20.4%) and Alfa Romeo (+2981%) are the most dynamic among smaller brands. We finish on the most impressive brand of the past few years: with the smallest average incentives in market, Subaru gains 4.6% to sign its 69th consecutive month of year-on-year gains and its best sales month ever at 63.215 units.

General Motors sales are up 7.5%, with GMC up 12.4% 

The Ford F-Series is up a very robust 15% to just over 77.000 sales, lifting its year-to-date advantage over #2 Chevrolet Silverado, up just 4% this month, to a whopping 213.000 units. Once again the event of the month is delivered by the Toyota RAV4, up 30% year-on-year to sign an incredible 2nd consecutive all-time monthly record at 43.265, beating the 41.804 it hit just last month. 5.128 of these are the hybrid variant (+0.4%). Keeping in mind the RAV4 nameplate has been on sale for more than 20 years in the U.S., this is a truly great performance from the Toyota crossover. As a result, the RAV4 steps up to #4 in the YTD order, overtaking the Nissan Rogue (-10% this month) and now leading the crossover ranking just as the Honda CR-V drops 15% in 7th place overall.

The Ram Pickup is knocked down to #4 again bit remains a distant third YTD. Helped by the progressive arrival of the 2018 model, the Toyota Camry is up 13% in August but is followed closely by the Honda Civic (+11%) which for now retains the title of best-selling car of 2017 YTD at 248.928 (-3%) vs. 247.775 (-7%) for the Camry. Remember the Camry has won this title for the past 15 consecutive years whereas the Civic has never won it. Notice also the Chevrolet Equinox up 85% to break into the Top 10 for the second time in the past three months, the Jeep Grand Cherokee up 28%, the Chevrolet Malibu up 36%, Toyota Highlander up 26%, Dodge Grand Caravan up 62% and the Subaru Crosstrek up 46% to a record 12.823 sales. The GMC Acadia (+56%), Chevrolet Impala (+66%) and GMC Terrain (+54%) also shine.

The Range Rover Velar has landed in the U.S. sales charts.

Among recent launches, the Toyota C-HR dominates at #114, but the VW Atlas is catching up: up 50 spots on July to #120. It is followed by the Kia Niro at #126, the Chevrolet Bolt at #141, Hyundai Ioniq at #175, Alfa Romeo Giulia at #189 and Lincoln Continental at #197. We welcome the Range Rover Velar in the U.S. sales charts in August directly at #222.

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Previous month: USA July 2017: Toyota #1 brand, RAV4 breaks records, market down 7%

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Czech Republic August 2017: Skoda Karoq lands in market down 0.3%

The Skoda Karoq has now landed in its home sales charts. 

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For only the second time this year after last April, the Czech new car market declines in August, albeit by a minuscule 0.3% to 21.192 registrations. The year-to-date tally remains at record level, up 7.2% on the previous record of 2016 to 185.192 units. Homegrown market leader Skoda ignores the surrounding sales flatness with a 9% year-on-year gain to 29.5% share, yet still over one percentage point below its YTD level of 30.7%. Hyundai (+1%) stuns Volkswagen (-28%) to snap the 2nd spot overall with 8.3% share vs. 7.5% for VW in a particularly weak position compared to the 10% it commands year-to-date. Dacia continues to impress with a 32% year-on-year surge leading to a 7.2% market share in 4th place vs. 5.7% so far this year. BMW (+7%), Renault (+11%) and Ford (+14%) also frankly beat the market in the Top 10 whereas Kia (-28%) is in great difficulty. Further down, notice Subaru up 31%, Suzuki up 43%, Mini up 74% and Alfa Romeo up 150% but Fiat down 42% and Audi down 50%.

The Sandero (+119%) helps Dacia up 32% in 4th place in the Czech brands ranking. 

In the models ranking, the Skoda Octavia (+1%) holds onto the top spot ahead of the Skoda Fabia (-11%) and Rapid (+3%), following the YTD order. The Hyundai i30 leaps above the Skoda Superb for 4th place overall while the Skoda Kodiaq is back up three spots on July to #6, just below the best-ever #5 it hit in April. It now ranks 8th year-to-date, having passed the VW Passat. The Dacia Sandero surges 119% to remain at #8 vs. #15 (+33%) year-to-date, the Ford Focus is up 71% to #12, the Dacia Logan up 60% to #15, the Ford Kuga up 6-fold on August 2016 to #25 and the Ford B-Max surprisingly up 7-fold to #28. But the big news this month in the Czech Republic is the landing of the all-new Skoda Karoq directly in 23rd place with 1% market share. These score will no doubt improve drastically over the next few months, and it’s to wonder whether the Karoq, smaller and more affordable than the Kodiaq, could break onto its home podium in the near future…

Previous month: Czech Republic July 2017: Toyota and Dacia shine, market up just 5%

One year ago: Czech Republic August 2016: Dacia, Kia, Mercedes lift market up 16%

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Netherlands August 2017: Renault Clio reclaims YTD lead off VW Polo

The Renault Clio is back to #1 year-to-date in the Netherlands. 

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The Dutch new car market is up 10.2% year-on-year in August to 29.584 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally up 14.4% to 288.165 units. Renault leaps up three spots on July and 18% year-on-year to take the lead of the brands ranking with 10.3% share, distancing Volkswagen at 9% (+2%) and Peugeot at 7.9% (+4%). Opel plunges 30% to just 6.9% share vs. 8.3% year-to-date. Reversely, Toyota surges 44% to remains in 5th place, while Kia (+18%), Skoda (+39%) and Hyundai (+61%) also impress inside the Top 10. Further down, notice Mazda (+28%), Seat (+28%), Suzuki (+31%), Mitsubishi (+41%), Land Rover (+64%), Tesla (+67%), Alfa Romeo (+89%) and Smart (+96%) as the most dynamic carmakers. Model-wise, the Renault Clio (+30%) rallies back up 8 spots on July to snap the pole position both in August and YTD off the VW Polo, down 32% to a paltry #19 this month. The Kia Picanto (-5%) remains in 2nd place, the Peugeot 108 is up a whopping 27 ranks on last month to #3, the Opel Karl drops 37% but is up two ranks on July to #4, the Toyota Aygo soars 48% to #5 and the Renault Megane is up 6-fold on August 2016 to land in 6th place. Notice also the VW Transporter up 8-fold to #15, the Toyota C-HR up 9 spots to #17, the Peugeot 3008 up 27-fold to #18, the Hyundai Tucson up 161% to #20 and the Kia Niro up 108% to #21.

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Europe July 2017: Discover the Top 340 models and Top 57 brands

First European Top 100 for the Opel Crossland X.

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Final sales figures for Europe 27 markets (excluding Turkey and Russia) are now available for July, up 2.5% to 1.187.320 units which leads to a year-to-date total up 4% to 9.579.623, still the best at this stage of the year since 2008. There is one significant change in the brands Top 10 compared to preliminary figures published in late August: Renault overtakes Ford to snap the 2nd spot overall with deliveries up 8.4% vs. -8.6% for Ford. Further down, Kia (#15) ends up above Dacia, Infiniti (#36) above Tesla and Chevrolet (#42) above Ferrari. The rest of the ranking is confirmed.

The Peugeot 5008 is up to #82 in July. 

Model-wise, all three ranking records established with preliminary data still stand: the Skoda Octavia at #4, the Dacia Sandero at #7, the Toyota Yaris at #8 and the Peugeot 3008 at #17. The Renault Captur (#15) ends up above the Mercedes C-Class, the Ford Fiesta (#21) and Fiat Panda (#22) end up above the Skoda Fabia (#23), the Hyundai Tucson (#24) above the Seat Leon, the Ford Kuga (#27) above the Audi A4, the Renault Megane (#32) above the Mercedes A-Class, the Toyota C-HR (#40) above the Mercedes GLC and the Toyota Auris (#42) above the BMW 1 Series and VW Touran.

The Opel Ampera-e appears at #255. 

Beyond the Top 50, the Audi Q5 leaps up 31 spots on June to #52, the Mercedes GLA is up 11 to #58, the Audi A5 is up 58.1% to #71, the Peugeot 5008 up 106.3% to #82 thanks to the new model, the Opel Crossland X breaks into the Top 100 at #99, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio is up 37 ranks on last month to #142, ranking just below the Giulietta (#136) as Alfa’s 2nd best-seller in Europe, the Jeep Compass shoots up 79 spots to #170 now that the new generation is here, the Range Rover Velar is up 86 ranks to #178 and the Opel Grandland X up 31 to #258. Finally, we welcome in the official ranking the Opel Ampera-e at #255, the Lexus LC at #268 and the Aston Martin DB11 at #285.

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UK nations August 2017: Vauxhall Mokka X #1 in two nations

The Vauxhall Mokka X brilliantly tops Scotland and Wales in August. 

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Thanks to our partnership with SMMT we can share with you the Top 10 best-sellers for each UK nation in August. Keep in mind this is only a zoom in by nation, all sales figures are already included in the August UK update. England is the best-performing nation this month with a 5.8% year-on-year drop to 64.399 units, while Northern Ireland, down 9.3% to 3.647, Scotland down 10% to 5.827 and Wales down 10% to 2.242 all struggle. Year-to-date, England is down just 1.9% to 1.413.536, Scotland down 4.1% to 129.522, Northern Ireland down 5.5% to 39.580 and Wales is the hardest hit at -8.1% to 52.850.

The Citroen C3 ranks 4th in Northern Ireland. 

Low volumes in August allow for some ranking reshuffles and the Vauxhall Mokka is the big winner this month, managing an astounding top spot in both Scotland and Wales while ranking #3 in England and #6 in Northern Ireland. The Ford Fiesta (England) and VW Golf (Northern Ireland) win the remaining nations. The two additional crossovers featuring in the August UK Top 10 are also very consistent performers: the Ford Kuga is #2 in Wales, #3 in Northern Ireland, #6 in England and #10 in Scotland while the Kia Sportage is #5 in Scotland, #6 in Wales, #7 in Northern Ireland and #10 in England. Other great performers in August include the Fiat 500 up to #2 in Scotland, the Citroen C3 up to #4 in Northern Ireland, the BMW X3 up to #7 in Scotland and the Ford Ka+ up to #9 in Wales.

Previous month: UK nations July 2017: VW Golf and Ford Focus top two nations each

One year ago: UK nations August 2016: English fleet sales lift market up

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UK August 2017: Golf #1, Mokka X and Kuga break records

First UK podium for the Vauxhall Mokka X. 

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UK new car sales are down year-on-year for the fifth consecutive month in August at -6.4% to 76.433 units, yet this is the third highest result for the month in the past decade below August 2016 (81.640) and 2015 (79.060). The year-to-date tally is down a moderate 2.4% to 1.640.241 sales. In August, private sales are down 9.9% to 33.597 and 44% share vs. 45.7% a year ago while fleet sales are down 3.2% to 41.899 and 54.8% share vs. 53% in August 2016. Year-to-date also the market is pulled by fleet: private sales are down 53% to 718.934 and 43.8% vs. 45.2% in 2016 while fleet sales are down just 0.03% to 859.713 and 52.4% share vs. 51.2% over the same period a year ago.

The VW Golf is #1 in the UK for the second time in the past three months. 

In the brands ranking, Ford tumbles down 21% year-on-year to 12.1% share while Volkswagen enjoys a fourth consecutive month in 2nd place thanks to sales surging 22% to 9.1% share. Vauxhall (-22%) is back up two spots on July to #3 but now only has a 1.649-sales advantage over VW year-to-date. Audi is up 2% to 8.2% share in 4th place, well above its YTD level of 6.6%. Kia is down 20% but remains at #8, Skoda (+9%) stays in 9th place vs. #12 year-to-date while Toyota soars 25% at #10. Below, Mitsubishi (+19%), Seat (+23%) and Suzuki (+27%) impress whereas Peugeot (-18%), Citroen (-21%), Jaguar (-22%), Renault (-25%), Fiat (-25%), DS (-38%) and Jeep (-58%) all struggle.

The Ford Kuga hits a record 6th place this month.

Model-wise, the VW Golf, up a spectacular 23% year-on-year, returns to pole position for the second time in the past three months and the the third time ever after February 2011. It distances the Ford Fiesta (-51%) by just 43 units. The Vauxhall Mokka X spectacularly signs its first Top 10 ranking and the first for the Mokka nameplate since August 2016. It also smashes the previous Mokka ranking record by landing on the podium for the first time at #3 (previous best: #5 in November 2015). The Ford Kuga is the second nameplate to smash its ranking record this month: up to #6 vs. a previous best of #9 hit last March and in August 2016. It’s only the fourth time we see the Kuga in the UK Top 10 (add August 2015 at #10)

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South Korea August 2017: Hyundai Kona in Top 10

The Hyundai Kona is already among South Korea’s 10 best-sellers. 

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Sales of local vehicles in South Korea jump up 12% year-on-year in August to 120.847 units, meaning the year-to-date total is now only down 1% at 1.031.152 deliveries. Market leader Hyundai soars 27% to 44.3% share, distancing sister brand Kia up 10% to 33.9% whereas GM Korea (Chevrolet) is down 22% in third place. Ssangyong is up 8% but Renault Samsung down 9% and Genesis down 10%. In the models ranking, the Hyundai Grandeur is the best-seller for the 9th month in row, ahead of the Kia Sorento (+65%), Hyundai Avante (+10%) and Porter (+62%). But the big event of the month is the thunderous arrival inside the Top 10 of the all-new Hyundai Kona, up 9 spots to #10 for its 2nd month in market, already outselling segment rival the Ssangyong Tivoli (#11) and third best-selling SUV in South Korea below the Kia Sorento and Hyundai Santa Fe (#9), but already above the Hyundai Tucson (#12) and Kia Sportage (#17). Meanwhile, the Kia Stonic, based on the same platform, is up just 5 ranks to #23.

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Finland August 2017: Toyota and Kia impress in market up 4.8%

The Kia Rio is up to 5th place in August in Finland. 

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New car sales in Finland are up 4.8% year-on-year in August to 9.551 registrations, meaning the year-to-date tally is now only down 0.2% to 81.867 units. Toyota towers over the brands ranking thanks to sales up 26% to 13.4% share while Volkswagen struggles at -12% to 9.7%, ahead of Skoda (+3%). Kia soars 25% to #4 and 7.9% share vs. 6.1% year-to-date. Mercedes (+18%), Audi (+32%) and Volvo (+34%) also impress in the Top 10 whereas Opel (-13%) and Ford (-26%) are in difficulty. Further down, BMW (+29%), Suzuki (+42%), Seat (+55%), Land Rover (+55%), Mini (+59%), Fiat (+75%), Dacia (+78%), Renault (+81%), Lexus (+107%) and Porsche (+140%) all posting spectacular results. Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia remains in the lead despite a 11% drop, followed by the Nissan Qashqai (+24%) and Toyota Yaris (+73%). The Kia Rio (#5) and Cee’d (#8) evolve way above their respective YTD levels of #11 and #22. The Volvo XC60 is up 197%, the Mercedes E and C-Class both up 39% and the Renault Clio up 342%.

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Ireland August 2017: Peugeot 3008 and Skoda Kodiaq impress

The Peugeot 3008 is up to #5 in Ireland in August. 

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After the bi-annual July surge due to new license plates, the Irish new car market falls back down 21% year-on-year to 5.754 units in August, pulling the year-to-date total down 10% to 124.711. In spite of sales tumbling down 38% year-on-year, Volkswagen remains the best-selling manufacturer at 10.4% share, only 9 units above Toyota (-25%) at 10.3%. Ford (-6%) and Skoda (-4%) resist much better while Peugeot, surging up 52%, is the only manufacturer in positive in the Top 15. Nissan (-29%), Seat (-42%), Hyundai (-44%) and BMW (-65%) suffer particularly harsh declines. Subaru (+40%), Mini (+79%) and Citroen (+181%) are among the rare gainers in the market this month.

The Skoda Kodiaq breaks into the Irish Top 10 for its 4th month in market.

Model-wise, it’s a photo-finish for August, with the Skoda Octavia (-28%) taking the lead for just one unit ahead of the VW Golf (-39%) and five ahead of the Hyundai Tucson (-40%). The VW Tiguan is up 5 spots on July but down 26% year-on-year to #4 while the Peugeot 3008 is up 10-fold on August 2016 and 14 ranks on last month to a stunning fifth place with 2.4% share. For its fourth month in market, the Skoda Kodiaq brilliantly breaks into the Irish Top 10 at #8 with 2.3% share. Year-to-date, the Hyundai Tucson remains sovereign despite a 33$ drop, distancing the VW Golf (-13%), Nissan Qashqai (-8%), Skoda Octavia (-16%) and Ford Focus (-21%).

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