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Israel August 2019: Toyota (+35.5%) takes control in market down -18.1%

Toyota sales soar 35.5% in August in a market down -18.1%.

Thanks to our Israeli partner cartube.co.il, we can share with you today August brands data for Israel, models data is now a quarterly occurrence. The market sinks -18.1% to 19.279 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down -5.5% to 200.354. Toyota (+35.5%) blissfully ignores the adverse conditions and posts the largest gain in the Top 29 to take control of the brands ranking for the 5th time in the past 12 months after September 2018, December 2018, April and May 2019. The Japanese carmaker however remains #2 YTD below Hyundai (-15.3%) down to #2 this month. Kia (-43%) is hit particularly hard but manages to salvage its third place, a ranking it also holds YTD. In fact there is only one additional gainer in the Top 13: Seat (+9.6%) up six spots on July to a fantastic 6th place overall with 5% share vs. #10 and 3.1% YTD. All other Top 10 carmakers fall faster than the market, notably Mazda (-45%), Skoda (-33.1%), Mitsubishi (-32.2%), Nissan (-31.4%) and Renault (-24.5%). Further down, rare upticks include Land Rover (+277.8%), Cadillac (+83.3%), Dacia (+30.9%), Mercedes (+21.1%), Porsche (+15.4%), Jeep (+12.1%), Isuzu (+10.6%) and Audi (+10%).

Previous month: Israel July 2019: Mitsubishi (+32%), Toyota (+31.9%), Suzuki (+26.7%) lift market up 7.2%

One year ago: Israel August 2018: Kia leads, Mitsubishi and Seat soar

Full August 2019 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Israel August 2019 – brands:

PosBrandAug-19%/18Jul2019%/18PosFY18
1Toyota3,12116.2%35.5%228,00014.0%30.0%23
2Hyundai2,90015.0%-15.3%133,18516.6%0.8%11
3Kia2,00410.4%-43.0%325,00812.5%-10.2%32
4Suzuki1,1696.1%-18.6%49,5944.8%-8.3%66
5Skoda1,1405.9%-33.1%614,4637.2%-9.0%44
6Seat9585.0%9.6%126,2423.1%-7.8%1010
7Mitsubishi9244.8%-32.2%512,0106.0%11.8%58
8Nissan9074.7%-31.4%88,6444.3%-26.1%85
9Renault7313.8%-24.5%97,2533.6%-15.2%99
10Mazda5883.0%-45.0%78,9484.5%-18.8%77
11Chevrolet/GMC5452.8%-2.9%115,1832.6%-12.0%1211
12Citroen5422.8%-4.6%105,0292.5%-6.2%1312
13Peugeot4692.4%-5.6%135,3452.7%4.1%1113
14Dacia4492.3%30.9%192,4401.2%-18.6%1917
15Volkswagen4112.1%-22.3%172,9891.5%-30.7%1715
16Audi3842.0%10.0%143,0561.5%-12.8%1618
17Subaru3301.7%-22.4%163,2761.6%-22.0%1516
18Honda3091.6%-31.5%154,2162.1%-10.6%1414
19Mercedes2241.2%21.1%182,5951.3%-17.0%1819
20BMW1871.0%2.7%202,0851.0%-17.0%2020
21Isuzu1360.7%10.6%271,1910.6%9.4%2326
22Lexus1270.7%2.4%221,2160.6%12.1%2225
23Volvo1200.6%-8.4%211,2690.6%6.9%2124
24Fiat1120.6%-49.5%241,1520.6%-48.4%2422
25Jeep1020.5%12.1%251,0020.5%39.6%2627
26Opel970.5%-61.4%281,0270.5%-54.4%2521
27Ford930.5%-45.0%238450.4%-35.3%2823
28MG740.4%-11.9%268610.4%154.0%2731
29Mini480.2%2.1%294180.2%-8.1%2929
30Cadillac440.2%83.3%312720.1%-30.3%3232
31Land Rover340.2%277.8%303530.2%59.7%3134
32Alfa Romeo160.1%-66.0%353820.2%-0.5%3028
33Infiniti160.1%-65.2%341870.1%-49.9%3430
34Porsche150.1%15.4%37880.0%-41.7%3635
35DS120.1%-25.0%361220.1%43.5%3537
36SsangYong110.1%-75.0%322010.1%-38.7%3333
37Chrysler80.0%700.0%39500.0%2400.0%3841
38Jaguar70.0%-53.3%33840.0%-20.0%3736
39Smart50.0%25.0%41330.0%-31.3%4039
40Maserati40.0%-50.0%42350.0%-47.0%3938
41Abarth30.0%0.0% –200.0%-23.1%4340
42Bentley20.0%n/a40230.0%n/a42 –
43Dongfeng10.0%new43130.0%new44 –
44Maxus00.0%n/a38240.0%n/a4145
45Iveco00.0%-100.0%44120.0%20.0%4542

Source: cartube.co.il

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