Discover Exclusive H1 2016 Reports for the Top 15 worldwide markets

Ford F-150 Raptor USA June 2016The Ford F-Series tops the US and Canadian markets so far in 2016. 

You will find below the links to exclusive H1 2016 Reports for the Top 15 markets in the world:

World: World H1 2016: Mercedes closer to topple BMW for the first time since 2005

1. China (12.800.000): China H1 2016: Tax cut, SUV wave spur 8% gain to record 12.8m

2. USA (8.644.920): USA H1 2016: Is this the first soft landing in a decade?

-. Europe (7.510.836): Europe H1 2016: Volkswagen down to lowest share in 6 years

3. Japan (2.547.345): Japan H1 2016: Mitsubishi victim of fuel economy scandal

4. Germany (1.733.839): Germany H1 2016: Volkswagen down 1% in market up 7%

5. UK (1.420.636): UK H1 2016: Record volume but Brexit brings cloudy horizon, UK H1 2016 – LCV

6. India (1.413.386): India H1 2016: Renault Kwid instant blockbuster, hurts Maruti Alto

7. France (1.102.442): France H1 2016: Dacia Sandero triumphs with private buyers

8. Italy (1.040.842): Italy H1 2016: Fiat tightens grip on home market up 19%

9. Canada (990.727): Canada H1 2016: Pickups and SUVs boost market to record high

10. Brazil (951.206): Brazil H1 2016: Fall accelerates to -25%, Chevrolet takes charge

11. South Korea (929.255): South Korea H1 2016: Samsung SM6 instant blockbuster

12. Mexico (721.898) : Mexico H1 2016: Kia stuns in fast and furious market

13. Russia (672.140): Russia H1 2016: Hyundai Solaris takes charge in market down 14%

14. Spain (626.756): Spain H1 2016: Opel surprise leader in market back to 2008 level

15. Australia (598.140): Australia H1 2016: Hyundai i30 takes charge in record market

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Iran (555.745): Iran H1 2016: Exclusive production and sales data available

World First Half 2016: Mercedes closer to topple BMW for 1st time since 2005

Mercedes GLC Australia April 2016A revamped SUV lineup is helping Mercedes-Benz regain the #1 luxury spot worldwide. 

Over the First Half of 2016, Mercedes-Benz cements its newly-reclaimed worldwide luxury lead with sales up a stunning 12.1% year-on-year to 1.006.619 units. By comparison, BMW gains 5.8% to 986.557 deliveries and Audi is up 5.6% to 953.200. If Mercedes manages to hold the lead until the end of 2016, it would be the first time since 2005 the Stuttgart-based manufacturer wins the worldwide luxury race, an objective it had set itself to reach by 2020. June data gives a different order with BMW in the lead at 189.097 (+9.7%) ahead of Mercedes at 188.444 (+11.1%) and Audi at 169.000 (+7.4%). Source: Manufacturers

BSCB Exclusive: Discover the Top 1400 best-selling cars in the world

Toyota Corolla China July 2015. Picture courtesy of auto.ifeng.comThe Toyota Corolla is the best-selling car in the world – 28% of its sales come from China. 

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Our traditional Full Year worldwide models ranking is finally here for 2015, and once again it is exclusive to BSCB. Thanks to the launch of 94 new nameplates and the addition of almost 200 Chinese commercial vehicles, the number of nameplates accounted for this year shoots up to 1.382 vs. 1.116 a year ago, so for the first time in the four years this chart has been published we can upgrade from a Top 1000 to a Top 1400 worldwide models – please bear with us while we work on making this a Top 1500 for 2016. This ranking is the result of the compilation of official sales data for 135 markets as well as manufacturers data shared by carmakers directly with BSCB. It was created with the help of Austin Rutherford. As we did for the 2014 ranking, complete notes are included in the table so it is clear what variants are included for each model, as often a car can be sold under various names and/or brands depending on the region of the world. The aim is to make it easier to gauge what really are the best-selling cars in the world in 2015.

VW Golf World 2015. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe VW Golf leaps to #2 worldwide in 2015. 

For the 11th consecutive year, the Toyota Corolla is the best-selling vehicle in the world in 2015 with just under 1.5 million units delivered. It is the only nameplate to cross the million annual sales mark, an illustration of the insurmountable margin it has over all other nameplates sold on the planet. Even when removing Auris and Scion iM sales (sold as Corolla hatch in some markets), the Corolla adds up to 1.339.000 units, the official figure communicated by Toyota. Note that over 100.000 Japanese Corolla – now a completely different model – are accounted for separately. While it threatened the Corolla for the #1 spot both in 2012 and 2013, the Ford Focus suffers from its half-replacement by the Escort in China and is down 19% to fall to #5 overall with 828.700 sales. The VW Golf snaps the #2 worldwide spot thanks to sales up 3% to 950.200, and is followed by the Ford F-Series (921.800) and Hyundai Elantra (913.200).

Nissan X-Trail World 2015. Picture courtesy autocosmos.comThe Nissan X-Trail overtakes the Honda CR-V to become the best-selling SUV in the world. 

Below, the VW Polo (+4%), Toyota Camry (-2%), Renault Logan/Sandero (-2%) follow while the Nissan Sylphy (+13%) breaks into the worldwide Top 10 at #9 and the VW Passat rounds up the Top 10 with over 733.000 sales. One rank below, we witness a coup in the booming SUV segment: thanks to fantastic scores in China and North America, the Nissan X-Trail (aka Rogue) is up 47% to overtake the Honda CR-V and become the best-selling SUV in the world with just under 710.000 sales. The CR-V is at 695.500, ahead of the Toyota RAV4 (669.300), Ford Kuga (634.200) and Hyundai ix35/Tucson (580.600). However, Honda can console itself with the outstanding welcome reserved to the HR-V, up 4-fold on 2014 to an astounding 540.100 worldwide sales, 45% coming from China where it is sold as the Vezel and XR-V. It ranks #6 SUV and #19 overall.

Mercedes C Class World 2015. Picture courtesy aolcdn.comThe Mercedes C-Class is the best-selling luxury vehicle in the world in 2015. 

The largest market in the world, China is having a larger impact on the worldwide models ranking each year. Proof: among the Top 30 worldwide best-sellers, only 6 models sold less than 100.000 units there: the Chevrolet Silverado, Ram Pickup and Toyota Hilux (all three are unavailable in China), the Suzuki Swift, Ford Fiesta and Honda Civic. Despite sales down 13% to 660.700, the Wuling Hongguang remains the best-selling Chinese nameplate in the world but steps out of the Top 10 to #16. The Haval H6 follows at #45 and the Baojun 730 at #56. The best-selling luxury vehicle in the world is the Mercedes C-Class (+34%), overtaking the BMW 3 Series (-7%), with the BMW 5 Series (-7%) and Mercedes E-Class (-11%) in tow.

Wuling Hongguang V World 2015. Picture courtesy auto.sohu.comThe Wuling Hongguang V is the most popular new launch worldwide in 2015. 

There are 94 all-new nameplates making their very first appearance in this 2015 Annual Worldwide ranking. The most successful of all is the Wuling Hongguang V, launched in January 2015 and posting almost 200.000 sales for its first run. A testimony of the fact that China is just evolving in a different dimension altogether, this smashing start has been deemed lukewarm at home, given the success of previous launches from the brand. Note the Ford Escort – a nameplate resuscitated exclusively for China – misses out on the title for most successful all-new model due to a launch in late 2014 but soars to 214.363 sales for its first full year nevertheless. Most of the next most popular all-new launches worldwide come from China: the Baojun 560 (145.007), GAC Trumpchi GS4 (131.016) distance the Mazda CX-3 (85.575), Brilliance V3 (75.293) and Venucia T70 (63.195). Then, we have the Renault Kadjar (54.353), Daihatsu Wake (53.411) and Ssangyong Tivoli (50.965).

The entire Top 1382 ranking is available below the jump – click on “Read more” below.

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World Full Year 2015: Toyota best-selling manufacturer as VW backs off

World Full Year 2015: Total sales data available for 145 countries

World Full Year 2015: Discover the #1 models in 178 countries

World Full Year 2015: Toyota #1 in 90 markets vs. 20 for Volkswagen

Previous year: World Full Year 2014: Discover the Top 1000 best-selling cars

Two years ago: World Full Year 2013: Discover the Top 1000 best-selling models

Three years ago: World Full Year 2012: Discover the Top 1000 best-selling models

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World 1st Quarter 2016: Volkswagen back above Toyota despite scandal

Cracked-Volkswagen-logo. Picture courtesy autotribute.comNot so broken after all: Volkswagen Group 

The much talked-about emissions scandal that has been plaguing Volkswagen since last September prevented it to claim its very first worldwide sales crown in 2015, ending the year at 9.9 million sales vs. 10.15 for Toyota and 9.8 for General Motors. But First Quarter 2016 results show that the VW crowning may have just been delayed by one year despite the on-going scandal. Thanks to strong demand in China and Western Europe, the Volkswagen Group sees its Q1 sales improve by 0.8% to 2.51 million units. In contrast, Toyota has been hit by a series of production disruptions including earthquakes and an explosion at an affiliate factory which means ther worldwide volumes are down 2.3% to 2.46 million vehicles. In third place, General Motors also declines despite very strong results in China, at -2.5% to 2.36 million units.

Toyota CH-R World 2016Toyota needs to launch the C-HR fast if it wants to retain the worldwide crown in 2016. 

This is the illustration of how limited the effect of the scandal has been on VW’s worldwide sales, beyond the mechanical effect of stop-sale orders such as in the U.S. Month after month, market after market we at BSCB have studied in detail the potential sales effect of Volkswagen’s emission scandal as taking the pulse of the auto industry is what we pride ourselves with. It has now been over six months since it came to the world’s knowledge that the company had rigged 11 millions of its vehicles with emissions-cheating devices, and our extensive research across the world has shown that a large majority of markets has responded with either slightly sub-par growth levels such as in Europe, or indifference such as in China where almost no model is affected by the cheating devices.

VW TDI rangeVolkswagen’s TDI range is the one mainly affected by the cheating devices.

In select markets the sales effect has been drastic such as in Japan where the Volkswagen brand plunged by as much as 48% last October and has been toppled from the #1 foreign brand throne by Mercedes, and South Korea where VW sales are still down 25% in March. It is to be noted that these markets do not have a large amount of vehicles affected by the rigging device and recalls will be low. By and large, the amount of vehicles affected isn’t in correlation with the drop in sales, indicating that consumers are not overly worried with the technical implications of the emissions scandal. Instead, it’s the overall trust towards the brand that is dented in the markets that have penalised VW. Volkswagen has also particularly suffered in the U.S. with declines larger than the diesel models stop-sale orders should have triggered, but the brand’s position there was already precarious way before the scandal broke. In Germany, customers have rallied behind the brand to limit its decline to 4% so far in 2016 in a market up 4.5%.

Audi A4 Germany March 2016. Picture courtesy autobild.deAudi sales haven’t been affected by the scandal at all…

Interestingly, it is the Volkswagen brand that has been mainly affected by the scandal, in case there was a visible effect at all. Audi, Porsche, Seat and Skoda, although also involved with cheating devices, have for the most part seen no detrimental sales effect at all (except once again in Japan for Audi). Speaking with many VW Group car owners, BSCB has found that because this device does not pose a life-threatening situation, current vehicle owners do not see the cheat as overly significant, and it doesn’t alter in any notable way their relationship with Volkswagen. This is very important in the long term as VW is working hard to regain the trust they have lost during the past 6 months. In fact, the more dangerous situation coming up for the manufacturer now is the lingering of the scandal and its continuous presence in the press. Even though the population tends to not completely understand what VW has done wrong, a months or years-long litany of negative press will definitely have an impact on the brand image. And VW has not been particularly fast nor cooperative in resolving the crisis in the briefest delays.

Porsche Cayenne Macan China September 2015…neither have Porsche sales.

The biggest threat Volkswagen is facing is therefore, in our view, not so much the potentially changed perception of the brand by general consumers, but more so the cost of innumerable law suits launched by various governments around the world. By cheating on emissions levels, Volkswagen has committed what is seen in some legislations as a criminal act linked to tax evasion. If you are a regular BSCB reader, you will know that in some countries – such as the Netherlands until last year – the purchase of an eco-friendly car triggers very significant government subsidies that can go as far as reducing the amount of tax a car buyer is paying over the five years following the purchase of a car. This means that dozens of governments around the world have paid Volkswagen extremely large sums of money on the basis of specific emissions figures. Righting this wrong is what is currently endangering Volkswagen: the company lodged a $4.6 billion loss recently solely on the basis of the scandal, and has had to slash its R&D spending in most worldwide markets except China.

Baojun 560 China July 2015bVW (still) plans to launch a brand to compete with GM’s Baojun in China. 

As a result, the world map is now much clearer for the Volkswagen Group: the emissions scandal may result in less new models outside China which will handicap the Group in the long term but also an even stronger focus on the Chinese market to retain its dominant and very profitable position there. VW Group recently announced a very ambitious plan for China: the introduction of 10 SUVs and crossovers and 15 EVs and plug-in hybrids by 2020. Volkswagen will also reportedly create a brand to fight GM’s Baojun in the Chinese rural market from 2018 onwards. This low-cost brand has been in the making for quite some time though and most analysts including myself are getting rather impatient. Also, judging by the lack of truly significant new models Volkswagen exhibited at this week’s Beijing Auto Show, these grand plans are all talk for now. More on this in our Beijing coverage shortly.

Mercedes GLC Japan March 2016. Picture coutesy autoc-one.jpBut Mercedes is heading towards the worldwide luxury crown in 2016. 

In the luxury segment, although not really affected by the scandal Audi is gaining less ground worldwide than its two main competitors BMW and Mercedes. Over the First Quarter, Audi sales are up 4% to 455.750 vs. 478.743 for BMW (+6%) and 483.487 for Mercedes (+13%).  Mercedes has declared it wants to overtake BMW by 2020, a goal it may hit early due to the popularity of all-new models including the GLC SUV, said Automotive News Europe. However March results showed BMW in the lead: the Munich-based brand topped the 200.000 mark in a single month for the first time in its history at 201.352 units (+3%), distancing Mercedes at 198.921 (+8%) and Audi at 186.100 (+4%). This result was achieved thanks to particularly string sales of the 2 Series (+56% in Q1 to 43.657) and X1 (+68% to 51.002) while the 7 Series flagship was up 20% to 10.588 thanks to the new model.

Tesla Model 3: Why it changes everything

Tesla Model 3The Tesla Model 3 has already changed the automobile industry.

Almost a month ago on March 31, Tesla unveiled the much hyped Model 3, an all-electric four-door compact sedan that will slot well below the Model S and X in the manufacturer’s lineup. It will be priced from US$35.000 up with an autonomy of 200 miles and is the first realistically affordable car Tesla is launching, in essence the ‘make or break’ car for Tesla which relies on its mass volume of sales to become a sustainable car company. The pre-order figures it generated surprised all worldwide analysts included myself.Time survey before the unveiling showed that conventional wisdom was on 55.000 pre-orders in the first 72 hours. Instead, the Model 3 reached that figure in a couple of hours, hitting 180.000 pre-orders in 24 hours, 276.000 in 48 hours, 325.000 in 72 hours and over 400.000 by now, representing potential sales of over US$14 billion. (Update: This figure was amended to 373.000 on May 19)

Model 3 orders. Picture courtesy Business InsiderTesla Model 3 pre-orders as of April 2 vs. cumulative Tesla sales to-date.

These pre-orders are US$1.000 refundable deposits, so they don’t equate to fully purchased cars, merely an “expression of interest”. Still, it makes the Model 3 the most pre-ordered vehicle in the history of automobile and the fastest one to reach 400.000, by far. Precedent record-holders would typically peak at 100.000 in the first month with much smaller deposits, such as the Dacia Logan during its launch in Iran a little less than a decade ago. Needless to say this is also a record for an all-electric car. All-time sales of highway capable plug-in electric cars since 1890 stand at 1 million units: the Model 3 has reached almost half this in less than a month. The electric car sales record holder is the Nissan Leaf (200.000) with the Chevrolet Volt in third (106.000). In second place, Tesla has sold roughly 120.000 Model S since launch, so Model 3 orders equate almost four times that.

Tesla-3-interior-image-2Model 3 interior

In order to honour these sales, Tesla will essentially need to become a different car company altogether. Until now a disruptive niche player, it has been valued like a tech company. At roughly US$33 billion, its market capitalisation has nothing to be ashamed of compared to behemoths Ford ($51b) and General Motors ($46b), which each sell in two days what Tesla sell in one year… As for Fiat Chrysler FCA it could actually be absorbed by Tesla, valued at “just” $10 billion. Yet Tesla has never made a profit. Even if Model 3 sales will likely be spread across two to three years, it would put Tesla at a worldwide sales level comparable to Acura (205.000 sales in 2015), Infiniti (215.000) or Porsche (225.000) and looking at American brands, well above Lincoln (120.000) and potentially teasing Cadillac (278.000). In other words, among well established luxury brands.

Tesla Model 3 Picture 2The Model 3 unveiling was streamed live on the Tesla website. 

Tesla will need to drastically ramp up its production but the company’s track record has shown this may be an issue. With initial production and deliveries announced for the end of 2017, such high pre-order figures mean people who ordered their vehicles in the past month could be waiting until 2020 to get it. That’s when refund figures could potentially start to soar. In April Tesla announced they missed their target for first quarter 2016 results at 14.000 sales vs. 16.000 because of “how much technology” they put in the Model X SUV. If Tesla struggled to deliver 16.000 vehicles because of technological hiccups, it’s hard to imagine how they can possibly spit out 400.000 units of an equally highly innovative car. Tesla will need to completely change the way they operate to achieve this, and do it fast.

Tesla Model 3 Picture 3Tesla Model 3

But before any Model 3 is delivered to happy customers, the mere fact that it reached record levels of pre-orders is an extremely significant milestone in the history of automobile and its potential shift towards electric vehicles. Until now, the hot spots for alternative fuel vehicles – the high volumes being mainly hybrids and mainly sold by Toyota – have been locations where their success is almost entirely spurred by government measures that make is advantageous to buy an eco-friendly car: Japan, California and Norway. Until now consumers have not purchased electric or hybrid cars because they wanted to but by and large because they were pushed to. The Model 3 changes this.

Tesla line AustraliaTesla customers line up to pre-order a Model 3 in Sydney, Australia 

Before the Model 3 unveiling on March 31, people were camping outside of Tesla dealerships to earn the right to pre-order it for $1.000 once the booking was open. Some had been lining up two or three days in advance. This is a pent-up demand frenzy that is normally reserved to new Apple products which don’t even compare in price. Also extremely significant is the fact that Tesla doesn’t spend any money on marketing. So Elon Musk has managed to create an incredible amount of desirability for an electric car, something that no manufacturer had managed to achieve before.

Chevrolet BoltChevrolet Bolt

This shows us for the first time in the history of automobile that there is a real demand for a cool electric car. Even if the Model 3 get scrapped for lack of funds (worst case scenario), it will act as a trigger for the largest manufacturers in the world such as Volkswagen, General Motors or even Toyota to start thinking about offering an affordable electric car in their lineup. GM is already on its way with the Bolt, a $30.000 all-electric compact hatch with a 200 mile range that should hit US dealerships before the end of 2016.

World Full Year 2015: Toyota #1 in 91 markets vs. 20 for Volkswagen

Toyota Avanza Indonesia 2015. Picture courtesy itoday.co.idToyota is #1 in an estimated 91 markets around the world, including Indonesia (above). 

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After the #1 models in 178 markets, for the first time on BSCB we share with you the #1 best-selling brands in 178 markets around the planet, a list topped by Toyota with an estimated 91 wins vs. “just” 20 for archenemy Volkswagen. Ford (9), Suzuki (8), Hyundai and Renault (7) follow. Note this is not a reflection of the highest worldwide sales volumes which are the subject of a separate reportonly how many countries a specific brand ranks #1 in. If no FY2015 data is available, the most recent data is used, and for about 50 countries (mostly in Africa) the #1 spot is estimated based on thorough observations of the streets of those countries via local BSCB contacts and/or recent YouTube videos.

VW Amarok Argentina November 2015Volkswagen is #1 in 20 markets, including Argentina where it assembles the Amarok (above). 

By topping this ranking, Japanese carmaker Toyota is in line with its #1 worldwide spot, however it surprises with the amount of markets it’s ranking #1 in at a staggering 91. Looking into this tally by geographic location shows a hegemony that spreads across the entire planet: 40 wins are in Africa, 16 in Asia, 11 in America, 9 in Oceania, 8 in the Middle-East and 6 in Europe. Even when removing markets where Toyota’s pole position is estimated, we arrive to 52 official wins, over 2.5 times what any other manufacturer in the world has been able to score in 2015. Archenemy Volkswagen comes second with a – ‘meagre’ in comparison – 20 markets, including 18 in Europe, the other two being China and Argentina. Its budget brand Skoda catches five wins of its own, unsurprisingly all in Eastern Europe.

Ford F-Series World 2015. Picture courtesy youtube.comFord is victorious in ten markets worldwide including the U.S. and the U.K. 

In third place, Ford boosts its total to 9 victories thanks to wins in smaller markets such as American Samoa, Haiti, New Caledonia and Tahiti, on top of some very significant ones such as the U.S. and the U.K. The 4th place of Japanese carmaker Suzuki is a very interesting one: along India and Sri Lanka where it is sold as its subsidiary brand name Maruti Suzuki, and its sphere of influence (Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan), we now find two American countries (Uruguay where it ranked #1 for the very first time in 2015, and Bolivia) as well as one African market (Angola), a testimony to the growing success of its ultra-low cost Alto and Celerio lineup.

Renault Logan Belarus June 2015. Picture courtesy ruh.byRenault wins in seven markets, and Dacia in four. 

Korean Hyundai follows with seven wins including two in America, two in the Middle East, two in Asia and one in Europe (Rep of Macedonia). Its sister brand Kia has four wins of its own, including three in the Middle-East. French manufacturer Renault also has seven wins: on top of its home country France, its dependency Martinique as well as neighbour Belgium, Renault also wins in Portugal, Belarus, Algeria and Tunisia. To its total can be added the four wins of its low-cost brand Dacia (in Bulgaria, Moldova, Morocco and at home in Romania). At a somewhat surprising 8th rank we find General Motors’ main brand Chevrolet with a total of four wins, three of them in South America on top of, interestingly, Egypt. Fiat’s market domination has narrowed to just three victories: at home in Italy, in Brazil and in Lithuania thanks to re-exports. Uz-Daewoo, Lada and Peugeot also score three wins.

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World Full Year 2015: Discover all the #1 models in 178 countries

Toyota Hilux World 2015. Picture courtesy autodeft.comThe Toyota Hilux is the best-seller in an estimated 42 countries this year.

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Today we can share with you the #1 best-selling nameplates in 178 markets around the planet, a list topped once again by the Toyota Hilux with an estimated 42 pole positions worldwide. This list is exclusive to BSCB, you won’t find it anywhere else. To refresh your memory you can see the 2014 Report hereNote this is not a reflection of the highest worldwide sales volumes which will be the object of another report very shortly, only how many countries a specific model ranked #1 in. If no FY2015 data is available, the most recent data is used, and for about 50 countries (mostly in Africa) the #1 spot is estimated based on thorough observations of the streets of those countries via local BSCB contacts and/or recent YouTube videos.

Toyota Corolla World 2015. Picture courtesy of zr.ruThe Toyota Corolla tops an estimated 15 countries.

In 2015 Toyota places 10 different nameplates in pole position in at least one country in 2015 (vs. 9 in 2014: the Tacoma makes its entrance), with no less than 87 markets having a Toyota as their best-selling nameplate, nearly half of all worldwide markets. As it has been the case for a dozen years now, the Toyota Hilux is the one model ranking #1 the most often with an estimated 42 countries falling under its spell this year (2014: 45, 2013: 35, 2012: 31). A caveat to this figure is the fact that 27 out of these 42 winning markets are located in Africa where the volumes are still extremely low, and 22 are estimated wins. However even when ditching the estimates the Toyota Hilux is still the most prolific winner with 21 countries officially conquered (2014: 19, 2013: 8).

Toyota Land Cruiser PNG 2014The Toyota Land Cruiser is leader in 11 nations, including Papua-New Guinea. 

Once again the Toyota Corolla holds the second spot in this ranking with 13 wins including 8 confirmed (vs. 4 in 2013), welcoming one of its production hubs, Turkey, in its list. The Toyota Land Cruiser improves to third overall with an estimated 11 wins including 6 confirmed spanning Africa, the Middle-East, Asia and Oceania. Note this figure also includes the LC70 pickup variant, estimated to be the best-seller in very small African  markets such as Chad, Mali, Somalia and South Sudan where the military, United Nations and NGOs are virtually the only purchasers of new vehicles. The VW Golf follows but drops two countries vs. last year to 10, still all in Europe and including 9 confirmed – Albania being the wild card.

Ford Ranger World 2015The Ford Ranger upgrades to 6 wins vs. 4 a year ago. 

The Ford Ranger improves to 6 wins including 4 confirmed (vs. 4 and 2 in 2014), taking the lead for the first time in Cambodia and New Zealand. The Skoda Octavia sheds 3 countries to fall to 6 as well, all confirmed and all in Europe. We then have three nameplates each winning 5 markets worldwide. The Dacia Logan adds Ukraine to its existing list composed of Romania, Moldova, Algeria and Morocco, while the Renault Clio keeps France, Portugal and Slovenia but also benefits from overseas French territories being counted separately (#1 in French Guiana and Martinique).

Suzuki Alto 800 World 2015The Suzuki Alto spreads its hegemony into South America and Africa in 2015. 

A very interesting development is the Suzuki Alto starting to spread its hegemony outside of India and its sphere of influence (Sri Lanka, Bhutan) and into South America (Uruguay) and Africa (Angola). The Toyota Prado and Yaris follow with 4 wins each, one confirmed for the Prado and 3 for the Yaris. All other nameplates win less than four markets worldwide. Note no Chinese nameplate leads any market outside China in 2015 (there were three in 2014).

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World Full Year 2015: Total sales data available for 145 countries

Spain 2015 Picture courtesy insidemc.montgomerycollege.eduSpain is the fastest-growing car market in the Top 20 in 2015.

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This is the first of three exhaustive updates on the worldwide new vehicle market in 2015. Full Year 2015 sales figures are now available for 145 countries/markets in the world. Below the jump you will find the Top 50 largest markets in the world, however please note – as it was the case last year – this ranking classifies countries based on their overall vehicle sales. That’s Passenger Cars and Commercial Vehicles, including Light, Medium and Heavy ones, putting all countries on a level-playing field, as some countries traditionally report monthly PC car sales only and other overall sales.

China 2015. Picture courtesy Wolfgang ManousekChina remains the #1 market in the world in 2015. Picture Wolfgang Manousek.

For the 6th consecutive year, worldwide new vehicle sales hit an all-time record, however the growth pace decelerates significantly this year at +2% vs. +3.2% in 2014 to 89.677.983 units. At this rate, worldwide sales could hit the symbolic 100 million barrier in 2020. Already the dominant region in the world, Asia/Oceania/Middle East is also the most dynamic this year at +3.2% to 43.85m sales, accounting for 49% of the worldwide marketplace. America is up just 0.4% to 25.23m (NAFTA up 6.2% contrasting with Central & South America crumbling down 20%), Europe is up 2% to 19.04m (European Union +10% but handicapped by Russia at -38%). Finally, Africa is stuck at a weak 1.55million units (-9%) however market data is largely unreliable for this continent.

Vietnam 2015. Picture courtesy Davidlohr BuesoLike in 2014, Vietnam is the fastest-growing market in the Top 50. Picture Davidlohr Bueso

Looking into the ranking by country, the Top 2 markets in the world both hit record highs in 2015: China continues to reign supreme with sales up 5% to 24.6m despite a sluggish summer while U.S. sales beat a 15 year-old record at 17.47m, up 6% on 2014. Hit by tax increases on kei-cars and a stagnant economy, Japan sales are down 9% to 5.05m. Below, Germany (+5%), India (+8%) and the UK hitting a record 3.06m sales (+8%) all overtake struggling Brazil down 27% to just 2.57m units, returning to its 2007 level. Similarly, France (+6%), Canada (+3% to a record 1.94m), South Korea (+6%) and Italy (+16%) all bypass Russia down a devastating 38% to 1.6m sales.

Pakistan 2015. Picture courtesy Wasif MalikPakistan comes second at a splendid +56%. Picture courtesy Wasif Malik

Catching up on lost ground since the global recession, Spain is the fastest-growing market in the Top 20 at +29% (1.28m), followed by Turkey up 25% and reaching a seven-digit sales figure for the first time at 1.01m deliveries. Other markets hitting an all-time record in 2015 include Mexico (1.35m), Australia (1.16m), Saudi Arabia (879.704), Malaysia (666.674), the Philippines (323.968), the Czech Republic (260.070), Denmark (245.484), Pakistan (229.688, up 56%) and Vietnam (209.804, up 57%), the latter two above 200.000 annual sales for the first time in history. We welcome Ireland (+31%) and New Zealand (+17%) in the Top 50, whereas Kazakhstan (-40%) and Ecuador (-31%) are kicked out.

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This article is the portal to all Full Year 2015 Reports, you can find below all updates already live. More are added each week, so be sure to check back here often!

See the Full Year 2014 Reports for 134 markets here

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World updates:

World Full Year 2015: Discover the Top 1400 best-selling cars in the world

World Full Year 2015: Toyota best-selling manufacturer as VW backs off

World Full Year 2015: Total sales data available for 145 countries

World Full Year 2015: Discover the #1 models in 178 countries

World Full Year 2015: Toyota #1 in 90 markets vs. 20 for Volkswagen

BSCB 135 countries FY2015 dataAll worldwide markets with Full Year 2015 reports mapped out

Top 10 World markets:

China Full Year 2015: Discover the Top 137 All-brands (BSCB Exclusive)

China Full Year 2015: Market up 4.7% to record 24.61 million despite sluggish summer

China LCV Full Year 2015: Sales transfer to mini pickups boosts Wuling Mini Truck to #1

China Full Year 2015: Discover the first-ever imported models ranking (BSCB Exclusive)

USA Full Year 2015: 15 year-old annual record eclipsed: 17,470,659 units

USA Full Year 2015: Exclusive State by State rankings now available

Alaska (USA) Full Year 2015: Ram Pickup swoops up in front

Hawaii (USA) Full Year 2015: Toyota Tacoma upholds decades-long reign

Europe Full Year 2015: Market up a snappy 9% to 14.2 million units

Japan Full Year 2015: Toyota Aqua leads, tax hike hurts kei cars

Germany Full Year 2015: VW Golf celebrates 40 years in pole position

UK Full Year 2015: Market up 6% to record 2,633,503 units

UK Full Year 2015 – LCV: Ford Transit Custom and Vauxhall Vivaro on top

India Full Year 2015: Maruti tightens grip on record market

Brazil Full Year 2015: Onix first Chevrolet best-seller in 30 years

France Full Year 2015: Fleet and rental sales push market up 7%

France LCV Full Year 2015: Renault outpaces market to hold 33% share

Canada Full Year 2015: First FCA win in third consecutive record year

Italy Full Year 2015: Panda leads, Fiat 500X and Jeep Renegade superstars

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Alaska (USA) Full Year 2015: Ram Pickup swoops up in front

Algeria Full Year 2015: Dacia Logan holds off twin Renault Symbol

American Samoa Full Year 2015: Toyota Tacoma up 48%

Angola Full Year 2015: Suzuki Alto 800 and Chevrolet N300 reign

Argentina Full Year 2015: VW Gol Trend leads, market still troubled

Australia Full Year 2015: Mazda first full importer to #2 in record market

Australia Full Year 2015: Exclusive State by State rankings available

Austria Full Year 2015: Volkswagen and Opel on top, Passat and Astra up

Azerbaijan Full Year 2015: Lada Priora expected to lead market down 58%

Bahrain Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser hits 10% share

Belarus Full Year 2015: VW Polo resists Renault assault

Belgium Full Year 2015: Renault Scenic takes control for the first time

Bolivia Full Year 2015: Suzuki remains best-selling brand, Vitara launched

Bosnia & Herzegovina Full Year 2015: Skoda Octavia #1, VW Passat up 99% to #2

Botswana Full Year 2015: Hilux in the lead, Datsun Go shines

Brazil Full Year 2015: Onix first Chevrolet best-seller in 30 years

Brunei Full Year 2015: Toyota Vios leads, Wigo catching up in market down 20%

Bulgaria Full Year 2015: Dacia Dokker distances Nissan Qashqai & Renault Captur

Cambodia Full Year 2015: Ford Ranger leads, outsells Toyota Hilux

Canada Full Year 2015: First FCA win in third consecutive record year

Chile Full Year 2015: Hyundai Accent edges past Mitsubishi L200

China Full Year 2015: Discover the Top 137 All-brands (BSCB Exclusive)

China Full Year 2015: Market up 4.7% to record 24.61 million despite sluggish summer

China LCV Full Year 2015: Sales transfer to mini pickups boosts Wuling Mini Truck to #1

China Full Year 2015: Discover the first-ever imported models ranking (BSCB Exclusive)

Colombia Full Year 2015: Chevrolet Sail #1, Renault gains two points share

Costa Rica Full Year 2015: Toyota continues to dominate

Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Full Year 2015: Podium 100% pickup

Croatia Full Year 2015: VW Golf reclaims #1 spot, Renault Clio up 81%

Cyprus Full Year 2015: VW Golf edges past Nissan Qashqai in last minute win

Czech Republic Full Year 2015: Skoda Octavia resists Fabia, record market

Denmark Full Year 2015: 5th straight record year, first time above 200.000

Ecuador Full Year 2015: Chevrolet just below 50% share, monopolises Top 5

Egypt Full Year 2015: Chevrolet TFR #1 again, Renault Logan up 90%

England (UK) Full Year 2015: Mercedes C-Class in Top 10

Estonia Full Year 2015: Nissan Qashqai dislodges Skoda Octavia for #1

Europe Full Year 2015: Market up a snappy 9% to 14.2 million units

Fiji Full Year 2015: Toyota improves to 29.3%, Hilux #1

Finland Full Year 2015: Skoda Octavia remains #1, VW Golf down 27%

France Full Year 2015: Fleet and rental sales push market up 7%

France LCV Full Year 2015: Renault outpaces market to hold 33% share

French Guiana Full Year 2015: Renault Clio leads, Dacia Sandero #3

Germany Full Year 2015: VW Golf celebrates 40 years in pole position

Greece Full Year 2015: Toyota Yaris, Opel Corsa and VW Polo lead unstable market

Hawaii (USA) Full Year 2015: Toyota Tacoma upholds decades-long reign

Honduras Full Year 2015: Toyota, Hyundai and Kia dominate

Hong Kong (China) Full Year 2015: Toyota Hiace #1, Crown and Alphard shoot up

Hungary Full Year 2015: Suzuki Vitara lands at #2 in market up 14%

Iceland Full Year 2015: Toyota and Skoda Octavia best-sellers

India Full Year 2015: Maruti tightens grip on record market

Indonesia Full Year 2015: Toyota Avanza celebrates one decade at #1 in market down 16%

Iran Full Year 2015: Exclusive production and imports figures available

Iraq Full Year 2015: Kia Frontier overtakes Toyota Hilux for #1

Ireland Full Year 2015: VW Golf and Ford Focus in the lead

Israel Full Year 2015: Kia most popular brand, Picanto reclaims lead

Italy Full Year 2015: Panda leads, Fiat 500X and Jeep Renegade superstars

Japan Full Year 2015: Toyota Aqua leads, tax hike hurts kei cars

Jordan Full Year 2015: Hyundai Accent edges past Elantra

Kazakhstan Full Year 2015: Hyundai Accent ends Lada Priora reign

Kenya Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux edges past Land Cruiser 70

Kiribati Full Year 2015: Toyota Hiace stays in the lead

Kuwait Full Year 2015: Toyota Prado crosses 10% share milestone

Laos Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux dominant, local Daehan trucks surprise

Latvia Full Year 2015: Nissan Qashqai and VW Passat outpace Skoda Yeti

Lebanon Full Year 2015: Toyota Yaris and Mitsubishi Lancer EX triumph

Lesotho Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux on top, Ford Ranger up

Liechtenstein Full Year 2015: VW Golf leads, Porsche 911 up to #20

Lithuania Full Year 2015: Fiat 500 improves further to 12.7% share

Luxembourg Full Year 2015: BMW 4 Series up to world-best #5

Madagascar Full Year 2015: Toyota holds off Hyundai for #1

Malawi Full Year 2015: Toyota soars to 52.3% share

Malaysia Full Year 2015: First year of reign for the Perodua Axia

Martinique (France) Full Year 2015: Rentals boost Renault and Clio to #1

Mauritius Full Year 2015: Toyota and Nissan strong, market down 9%

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

Moldova Full Year 2015: Dacia Logan challenged for the first time

Monaco Full Year 2015 (brands): Porsche just under 10% share at #3

Monaco Full Year 2015 (models): Smart Fortwo and Porsche Macan on top

Morocco Full Year 2015: Dacia improves share to 28.7% in record market

Myanmar Full Year 2015: Suzuki Super Carry and Toyota Hilux on top

Namibia Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux crosses 20% share mark

Netherlands Full Year 2015: Peugeot 308 sovereign (17.4% share in December)

New Caledonia (France) Full Year 2015: Dacia Duster threatens Ford Ranger

New Zealand Full Year 2015: First year at #1 for Ford Ranger in record market

Nicaragua Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux runaway leader

Nigeria Full Year 2015: Ford Ranger tops disrupted market

Northern Ireland (UK) Full Year 2015: Ford Fiesta #1, Mokka and Kuga in Top 10

North Korea Full Year 2015: Pyeonghwa Samchunri back in charge

Norway Full Year 2015: e-variant boosts VW Golf up 69% to 10.9% share

Oman Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser P/up edges past Hilux

Pakistan Full Year 2015: Toyota Corolla resists Suzuki Bolan/Ravi assault

Palestine Full Year 2015: First ever data available

Panama Full Year 2015: Kia Rio shoots up past Toyota Hilux

Papua New Guina Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser 70 sovereign

Paraguay Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux leads, Chevrolet Tracker up

Peru Full Year 2015: Toyota Yaris and Hilux best-sellers in market down 4%

Philippines Full Year 2015: Sixth consecutive all-time record at 323.928 sales

Poland Full Year 2015: Skoda Fabia catches up on Octavia

Portugal Full Year 2015: Renault Clio clear winner in market up 25%

Puerto Rico Full Year 2015: Toyota Corolla leads, Tacoma up

Qatar Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser sails off to 10.2% share

Republic of Macedonia Full Year 2015: Hyundai above Volkswagen, Passat #1

Réunion (France) Full Year 2015: Peugeot and 208 hold onto top spot

Romania Full Year 2015: Dacia Logan celebrates 11 years on top

Russia Full Year 2015: Hyundai Solaris teases Lada Granta in market down 36%

Samoa Full Year 2015: Ranger challenging Hilux

San Marino Full Year 2015: Volkswagen and Audi dominate

Saudi Arabia Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux and Hyundai Elantra on top

Scotland (UK) Full Year 2015: New Gen lifts Vauxhall Corsa back to #1

Senegal Full Year 2015: Mitsubishi L200 snaps #1 spot off Toyota Hilux

Serbia Full Year 2015: Local hero Fiat 500L reclaims throne

Singapore Full Year 2015: Lower COE has market double year-on-year

Slovakia Full Year 2015: Skoda Fabia reclaims title off Octavia

Slovenia Full Year 2015: Renault Clio celebrates 18 years on top

Solomon Islands Full Year 2015: Market down 36%, Hilux #1

South Africa Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux holds off Ford Ranger threat

South Korea Full Year 2015: Hyundai Sonata #1, Ssangyong Tivoli shines

Spain Full Year 2015: Second year of reign for the Seat Leon

Sri Lanka Full Year 2015: Maruti Alto leads booming market

Swaziland Full Year 2015: Hilux overtakes Isuzu KB to take top spot

Sweden Full Year 2015: First podium ranking for the Volvo XC60

Switzerland Full Year 2015: VAG Group dominant, Mercedes up to #3

Syria Full Year 2015: Hyundai Elantra leads market down 43%

Tahiti (France) Full Year 2015: Ranger and Duster resist Hilux push

Taiwan Full Year 2015: Toyota monopolises Top 4, Mazda3 shoots up

Tanzania Full Year 2015: Toyota Land Cruiser dominates

Thailand Full Year 2015: Hilux holds onto #1 in market down a further 10%

Tonga Full Year 2015: Hilux leads, Toyota holds 89% share

Tunisia Full Year 2015: Citroen leads again, Dacia up 35%

Turkey Full Year 2015: Toyota Corolla snaps last minute trophy

Uganda Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux #1, pickups hold 54% share

UK Full Year 2015: Market up 6% to record 2,633,503 units

UK Full Year 2015 – LCV: Ford Transit Custom and Vauxhall Vivaro on top

Ukraine Full Year 2015: Renault Logan triumphs, market down 52%

United Arab Emirates Full Year 2015: Mitsubishi Lancer EX shoots up to #1

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

USA Full Year 2015: 15 year-old annual record eclipsed: 17,470,659 units

USA Full Year 2015: Exclusive State by State rankings now available

Vanuatu Full Year 2015: Toyota Hilux at almost 50% share

Venezuela Full Year 2015: Chevrolet Silverado #1, market down 96% on all-time high

Vietnam Full Year 2015: Toyota Vios stays #1, Mazda3 up 3-fold to #6

Wales (UK) Full Year 2015: Fiesta #1, Ford Kuga & Dacia Sandero shine

World Full Year 2015: Discover the Top 1400 best-selling cars in the world

World Full Year 2015: Toyota best-selling manufacturer as VW backs off

World Full Year 2015: Total sales data available for 145 countries

World Full Year 2015: Discover the #1 models in 178 countries

World Full Year 2015: Toyota #1 in 90 markets vs. 20 for Volkswagen

Yemen Full Year 2015: Toyota Motor holds 74.2% share in market down 65%

World Full Year 2015: Toyota #1 manufacturer as VW backs off

Toyota Tacoma World 2015. Picture courtesy motortrend.comToyota Tacoma. Toyota is the #1 manufacturer in the world in 2015. Picture motortrend.com

Toyota Motor Corp. remains the best-selling manufacturer in the world in 2015 and for the 4th consecutive year, becoming the only company to deliver more than 10 million vehicles this year as the Volkswagen Group backed off as a result of its emissions scandal. Global sales for Toyota Motor, including its Hino and Daihatsu units, are down 0.8% to 10.15 million vehicles whereas Volkswagen is down 2% to 9.9 million units including its MAN and Scania heavy truck brands. General Motors for its part is up 0.2% to 9.8 million, another very close finish on the overall podium this year.

VW Golf World 2015. Picture courtesy caradvice.com.auIts emissions scandal cost Volkswagen Group the coveted #1 worldwide spot.

Volkswagen led the way halfway through the year but had to give up the top spot to the Japanese manufacturer as it got embroiled in its biggest crisis so far, being forced to halt sales of diesels in some markets such as the U.S. and scrambling to repair some 11 million cars. The Volkswagen brand is down 5% to 6.254m units, overtaken by the Ford brand (6.514m), while Audi is up 4%, Skoda and Seat up 2% and Porsche up 19%. To make it five consecutive wins, Toyota has bought the rest of its 51% share in Daihatsu, in a move to strengthen its position in emerging markets, notably South-East Asia.

Baojun 560 China September 2015. Picture courtesy shwuling.comChina-exclusive Baojun allowed General Motors to post a 3rd record year in a row.

In third place, General Motors owes its third consecutive year of record global sales to its Chinese operations where it outpaced Volkswagen Group to rank #1 overall at 3.612.653 deliveries (+5%) vs. 3.548.600 (-3%). If the Chevrolet brand crumbles by 7% worldwide partly due to its retreat from Europe, Buick is lifted 9% by China, GMC is up a very healthy 11%, but it’s the Chinese-only entry level Baojun brand that enables GM to stay in positive worlwide this year, accounting for an additional 300.000 units in 2015 thanks to the tremendous success of the 730 MPV and 560 crossover (pictured above).

Renault Kwid World 2015. Picture courtesy motorbeam.comRenault-Nissan may have cracked the Indian market wide open with the Renault Kwid.

The Renault-Nissan alliance gains a timid 0.8% to hit a record 8.53m deliveries, with Nissan Motor up 2% to 5.42m vehicles and the Renault Group up 3% to 2.8m sales compensating a 30% drop at Avtovaz (Lada). Brand-wise, Nissan ends the year just below 5 million sales, cementing its 4th place overall below Toyota, Ford and Volkswagen, Renault is up 2% to 2.17m units, Dacia continues to improves at +8% and 550.920 sales, China-only Venucia is up 9% to 124.000 deliveries and recently relaunched Datsun posts a still very models 86.000 units in four major markets (Russia, Indonesia, India and South Africa).

Genesis EQ900 South Korea 2015Can the new Genesis brand bring Hyundai-Kia back to high profit rates?

Hyundai-Kia follows in 5th place in the Global Groups ranking for 2015 with stable sales at 7.88m but declining profits. Hyundai is the 5th best-selling brand in the world at 4.96m sales while Kia ranks #9 at 2.92m. Ford posts the largest year-on-year gain among the Top 10 Groups in the world by far: up 5% to 6.63m sales and its namesake brand outpaces Volkswagen to rank #2 overall with 6.51m units sold.

Jeep Renegade World 2015Jeep’s outlandish growth was cancelled by Fiat’s decline in 2015. 

In 7th place we find FCA Fiat-Chrysler Automobile: behind Sergio Marchione’s tranquil confidence hide stagnating – albeit more profitable – worldwide sales at 4.6m units. A very momentous change of balance is happening right before our eyes at FCA: while Fiat sales plummet 12% to 1.67m vehicles, handicapped by horrendous scores in Latin America, the Jeep brands keep posting outlandish growth rates: +21% to 1.3m units in 2015.

Mercedes GLE World 2015Mercedes surged 13% in 2015, closing in on BMW for the title of #1 luxury brand in the world.

In the luxury race, BMW celebrates 11 consecutive years in the #1 spot but is now under intense pressure from Mercedes, jumping from #3 in 2014 to #2 this year. Sales of BMW-branded cars are up 6% or exactly 100.000 units year-on-year to 1.91m, while Mercedes-branded vehicles are up a whipping 13% to 1.87m, outpacing Audi up just 5% to 1.8m. Note all three brands lodge all-time record years in 2015. In the case of Mercedes this is the 5th record year in a row, and the German luxury manufacturer benefitted from very strong gains in China where it surged 33% to 373.459 sales.

This post will be updated as more manufacturers report 2015 sales. If you have access to 2015 data that has not yet appeared here, please ensure to send it through in the comments section of the article.

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