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Belgium June 2018: Hyundai (+33%), Volkswagen (+27%) strong

Hyundai sales gain 33% year-on-year in Belgium in June.

* See the Top 55 All-brands and Top 10 models by clicking on the title *

The Belgian new car market gains 2% year-on-year in June to 56.211 registrations, leading to a year-to-date volume up 2.8% to 331.369. Volkswagen vastly outperforms the market with a 27% year-on-year surge to 11.3% share, even posting the 2nd largest gain in the Top 10 after Hyundai (+33%). Renault (-13%) is in difficulty in 2nd place but still lodge a market share (9.5%) superior to its YTD level (9.1%). BMW advances 13% year-on-year and two spots on May to #3, with Dacia (+11%) and Citroen (+6%) also solid in the Top 10 but Mercedes (-26%) and Opel (-25%) freefalling. Further down, notice Seat (+87%), Mitsubishi (+69%), DS (+67%), Jaguar (+54%), Jeep (+51%), Land Rover (+26%), Suzuki (+20%), Kia (+15%). Newly reborn Alpine remains in the Top 40.

Models info is now available for June 2018 thanks to our partnership with JATO Dynamics. The VW Golf (+19%) cements its leadership ahead of the Renault Clio (-6%) and Hyundai Tucson (+6%), reproducing both the YTD 2018 and FY 2017 orders. The Renault Scenic (-35%) remains at a strong 4th place despite a hefty fall, distancing the VW Tiguan (+29%), VW Polo (+7%) and BMW X1 (+68%). The Dacia Sandero makes its way into the YTD Top 10.

Previous month: Belgium May 2018: VW Tiguan and Renault Scenic up

One year ago: Belgium June 2017: Renault and Clio lead, Peugeot 3008 shoot up

Full June 2018 Top 55 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium June 2018 – brands:

PosBrandJun-18%/17May2018%/17PosFY17
1Volkswagen6,34711.3%27%133,36910.1%12%12
2Renault5,3269.5%-13%230,1589.1%2%21
3BMW4,2867.6%13%523,3127.0%-9%43
4Peugeot4,1377.4%3%326,0647.9%5%34
5Audi3,6886.6%3%718,4665.6%-3%77
6Opel3,1365.6%-25%620,3966.2%-12%55
7Mercedes3,0765.5%-26%419,7886.0%-7%66
8Dacia2,3554.2%11%812,2043.7%18%1112
9Citroen2,3014.1%6%1014,0934.3%-13%98
10Hyundai2,2724.0%33%1213,0293.9%13%1011
11Ford2,2153.9%-15%915,0444.5%1%89
12Volvo1,8263.2%11%1411,0943.3%6%1314
13Skoda1,8163.2%-1%1311,0583.3%-5%1410
14Fiat1,8023.2%5%1110,4863.2%9%1516
15Nissan1,7063.0%-2%1511,8443.6%8%1213
16Toyota1,4652.6%-6%1610,4363.1%3%1615
17Kia1,2802.3%15%178,8232.7%13%1717
18Seat1,1772.1%87%186,3311.9%48%1820
19Mazda8751.6%-5%205,4481.6%28%1918
20Land Rover7851.4%26%223,7901.1%13%2222
21Mini7581.3%15%194,6811.4%14%2019
22Suzuki6111.1%20%214,2561.3%8%2121
23Jaguar5371.0%54%242,5190.8%24%2425
24Jeep4670.8%51%232,7000.8%95%2327
25Porsche3660.7%-9%252,0150.6%5%2523
26Mitsubishi2650.5%69%291,3170.4%11%2828
27Honda2520.4%-24%271,9780.6%-9%2624
28Alfa Romeo2510.4%13%261,7940.5%27%2726
29DS2160.4%67%289840.3%-9%2929
30Lexus1430.3%-8%309460.3%2%3131
31Smart1300.2%-26%319690.3%11%3030
32SsangYong1100.2%-15%326420.2%-27%3232
33Tesla1040.2%-1%335090.2%-21%3333
34Subaru430.1%-27%343200.1%-3%3434
35Maserati190.0%-53%351500.0%-28%3536
36Infiniti170.0%-71%36960.0%-67%3635
37Ferrari110.0%-35%39530.0%-30%3737
38Chevrolet60.0%-54%42230.0%-28%3940
39Bentley60.0%-14%40190.0%-60%4139
40Alpine60.0%new38130.0%new43 –
41Lamborghini30.0%200%43100.0%-17%4643
42API30.0%50%5270.0%17%4947
43Aston Martin20.0%-60%37290.0%-12%3841
44Lotus20.0%0%44230.0%35%4042
45Morgan20.0%100%45150.0%150%4245
46McLaren20.0%n/a49120.0%33%4446
47Rolls-Royce20.0%0%5090.0%-36%4844
48B-Style & Flex-I-Trans20.0%n/a4660.0%n/a5156
49MPM Motors20.0%n/a4860.0%n/a52 –
50Alpina10.0%n/a54100.0%67%4549
51AMF10.0%0%5550.0%-38%5348
52Cadillac00.0%-100%4190.0%50%4750
53Allied Vehicles00.0%n/a5160.0%n/a5053
54Caterham00.0%n/a4740.0%100%5451
55Tripod00.0%-100%5310.0%-75%5554

Belgium June 2018 – models:

PosModelJun-18%/17May2018%/17PosFY17
1VW Golf1,4452.6%19%18,3702.5%24%11
2Renault Clio1,0241.8%-6%27,1452.2%4%22
3Hyundai Tucson9901.8%6%55,9151.8%-4%33
4Renault Scénic9761.7%-35%45,0451.5%33%716
5VW Tiguan9541.7%29%35,2591.6%43%619
6VW Polo9151.6%7%65,4071.6%1%47
7BMW X19001.6%68%n/a4,9021.5%-13%95
8Nissan Qashqai7521.3%11%95,3221.6%20%518
9Dacia Sandero7501.3%-18%n/a4,7481.4%10%1021
10Renault Captur7071.3%1%75,0251.5%11%86

Source: Febiac, JATO Dynamics

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  1. ‘VW vastly outperforming the market’ in June, not only in Belgium but also in France, Italy and Spain is remarkable. Might be caused by stagnated sales the same time last year and the new Polo and T-Roc.

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