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Uruguay April 2017: Fiat leads market up 16%

Fiat is the best-selling carmaker in Uruguay for the second month running. 

* See the Top 40 All-brands by clicking on the title *

The Uruguayan market is definitely on the mend with April sales up another 16% to 3.887 units, leading to a year-to-date tally up 23% to 16.484 deliveries. Fiat continues to catch up on lost time earlier in the year with a second consecutive pole position thanks to sales up 39% to 634. The Italian manufacturer now ranks third year-to-date at 11.3% share. It distances this month Volkswagen (+48%) and Chevrolet (+159%) both posting spectacular gains, as do Nissan (+72%), Hyundai (+81%) and Citroen (+76%) inside the Top 10. Reversely Renault (-4%), Peugeot (-23%) and Suzuki (-31%) fall into negative territory in April. FAW (+89%) leads Chinese carmakers ahead of Lifan (-67%), Great Wall Motors (+12%), Chery (+7%), BYD (+90%) and Geely (-68%). All-in-all, Chinese carmakers are down 24% to 9.4% share this month.

Previous post: Uruguay February 2017: Chevrolet shoots up 155% to pole position

One year ago: Uruguay April 2016: Fiat now #1 year-to-date, Lifan shines

Full April 2017 Top 40 All-brands rankings below (including March data).

Uruguay April 2017 – brands:

PosBrandApr-17%/16Mar-172017%/16PosFY16
1Fiat63416.3%39%8391,85711.3%17%31
2Volkswagen60615.6%48%6522,34514.2%74%22
3Chevrolet60015.4%159%5352,62115.9%92%15
4Renault3348.6%-4%3711,3097.9%13%54
5Nissan2476.4%72%2729795.9%13%66
6Suzuki2356.0%-31%3391,3988.5%-9%43
7Hyundai2155.5%81%2859715.9%79%77
8Peugeot1463.8%-23%2658385.1%38%89
9Citroen1233.2%76%1293532.1%11%1113
10Ford992.5%-4%1957144.3%97%98
11Toyota842.2%-26%1234092.5%-13%1010
12FAW701.8%89%1013121.9%50%1216
13Kia511.3%-50%472631.6%-11%1411
14Lifan491.3%-67%1003011.8%-26%1314
15Great Wall471.2%12%221631.0%19%1821
16Chery461.2%7%331420.9%-45%2020
17BYD381.0%90%391671.0%-33%1715
18Geely320.8%-68%672231.4%-44%1512
19Honda280.7%-51%781781.1%-26%1617
20Mitsubishi280.7%-18%45960.6%-47%2218
21DongFeng270.7%13%491500.9%49%1922
22BMW230.6%35%27800.5%-1%2326
23Mercedes210.5%-36%381060.6%-5%2119
24JAC210.5%-5%15770.5%-31%2424
25Chana140.4%-50%22540.3%-5%2627
26Jeep120.3%-59%22640.4%39%2525
27Mazda110.3%0%13510.3%21%2729
28Subaru110.3%-35%12450.3%25%2830
29Audi80.2%-56%14400.2%-38%2928
30Changhe80.2%300%6190.1%-10%3333
31Haima40.1%n/a8200.1%900%3238
32Mini40.1%-20%11190.1%0%3434
33Zotye30.1%n/a9300.2%-32%3031
34ZNA20.1%100%170.0%250%3640
35Dodge10.0%-75%170.0%-36%3535
36Foton10.0%n/a060.0%n/a3736
37BAIC10.0%-80%250.0%-29%3937
38Shineray10.0%0%150.0%-17%4041
39Porsche10.0%0%150.0%0%4145
40Ram10.0%0%140.0%-20%4239
41Tata00.0%-100%6270.2%-16%3123
42Maserati00.0%n/a360.0%500%3846
43JMC00.0%-100%330.0%-63%4342
44Land Rover00.0%-100%110.0%-83%4743
Chinese3649.4%-24%4781,68710.2%-18%

Source: Autodata

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