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New Caledonia (France) July 2017: Ford Ranger holds onto #1 spot

The Ford Ranger is the best-selling vehicle in New Caledonia in July. 

* See the Top 34 All-brands and Top 20 models by clicking on the title *

New car sales in New Caledonia, a French overseas territory located north-east of Australia, shoot up 30% year-on-year in July to 898 registrations, lifting the year-to-date tally up 16% to 5.069 units. After plunging to #9 in June, Toyota flamboyantly takes the lead of the brands ranking thanks to deliveries up 134% to 11.5% market share – it now ranks #3 YTD – frankly distancing the year-to-date leader Ford, down 22% to 8.6% and equal 2nd with Peugeot (+40%). Dacia disappoints with a 12% decline to #4, whereas Nissan (+130%), Hyundai (+89%) and Isuzu (+79%) post spectacular gains within the Top 10. Further down, notice also Mazda (+41%), Chevrolet (+59%), Volkswagen (+60%), Jeep (+80%), Suzuki (+89%) and Mitsubishi (+113%). Model-wise, the Ford Ranger is in the lead for the 2nd month running with 5.5% of the market but still remains a fair distance below the Dacia Duster in the year-to-date ranking (5% vs. 5.7% share). The Isuzu D-Max (#2), Toyota Hilux (#3) and Nissan Navara (#5) make it four pickup trucks inside the Top 5. Notice also the Toyota RAV4 up to #10, the Peugeot Partner up to #14 and the Subaru XV up to #19.

Previous month: New Caledonia (France) June 2017: Ford places Ranger and Fiesta on top

One year ago: New Caledonia (France) July 2016: Dacia Duster reigns

Full July 2017 Top 34 All-brands and Top 20 models below.

New Caledonia (France) July 2017 – brands:

PosBrandJul-17%/16Jun2017%/16PosFY16
1Toyota10311.5%134%94068.0%31%34
2Ford778.6%-22%156611.2%10%11
3Peugeot778.6%40%43947.8%-8%53
4Dacia758.4%-12%254910.8%19%22
5Nissan697.7%130%82655.2%8%87
6Hyundai667.3%89%63526.9%88%79
7Citroen444.9%-2%34048.0%43%46
8Renault444.9%-25%53687.3%0%65
9Isuzu434.8%79%101783.5%50%1212
10Kia364.0%33%132034.0%-12%98
11Subaru364.0%20%111382.7%-17%1411
12Suzuki343.8%89%141883.7%9%1110
13Volkswagen323.6%60%71893.7%77%1013
14Mazda313.5%41%161482.9%121%1316
15Chevrolet273.0%59%20901.8%-11%1614
16Mitsubishi171.9%113%19791.6%41%1819
17Mercedes151.7%50%12851.7%10%1715
18Jeep91.0%80%22370.7%0%2224
19Dodge80.9%60%18480.9%37%2023
20BMW80.9%0%21460.9%-29%2118
21DS80.9%n/a –120.2%0%3031
22Fiat70.8%-36%17971.9%80%1517
23Audi60.7%500%15501.0%16%1920
24Iveco60.7%200%28260.5%63%2628
25Mini50.6%25%27270.5%-23%2422
26Land Rover50.6%-38%24260.5%-35%2525
27Great Wall30.3%-50%23310.6%-42%2321
28Opel30.3%0%29180.4%20%2827
29Porsche10.1%-75%25190.4%19%2726
30Alfa Romeo10.1%-50%26160.3%220%2932
31Jaguar10.1%n/a3060.1%500%3136
32Lexus10.1%n/a –10.0%n/a34 –
33BYD00.0%-100% –40.1%-60%3230
34SsangYong00.0%-100% –30.1%-73%3329

New Caledonia (France) July 2017 – models:

PosModelJul-17%Jun2017%/16PosFY16
1Ford Ranger495.5%12545.0%21%22
2Isuzu D-Max434.8%51723.4%59%66
3Toyota Hilux424.7%152064.1%23%33
4Dacia Duster384.2%32875.7%10%11
5Nissan Navara343.8%121302.6%13%108
6Dacia Sandero333.7%101603.2%43%77
7Peugeot 208293.2%71482.9%-9%85
8Nissan Qashqai283.1%17971.9%20%1212
9Mazda BT-50212.3%n/a981.9%104%1118
10Toyota RAV4202.2%n/a751.5%121%1624
11Subaru Forester192.1%14761.5%19%1517
12Hyundai Creta171.9%91763.5%17500%529
13VW Polo141.6%13741.5%208%1738
14Peugeot Partner141.6%n/a531.0%-18%2713
15Ford Fiesta131.4%22003.9%-3%44
16Renault Clio131.4%11921.8%21%1316
17Kia K2700121.3%n/a691.4%-22%209
18Hyundai H1121.3%n/a561.1%14%2323
19Subaru XV121.3%n/a460.9%-48%3110
20Suzuki Swift111.2%n/a721.4%-3%1914
21Suzuki Vitara111.2%n/a551.1%31%2528

Source: Manufacturers, many thanks to Stéphane for sharing the data.

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