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Singapore August 2019: Opel (+427.3%), Toyota (+25.7%) defy market down -14.2%

Opel sales surge 427.3% year-on-year in Singapore to #15.

New car sales in Singapore continue on their seesaw year: after freefalling -41.1% in June and surging +32.5% in July, the market is back in stark negative in August at -14.2% to 5.099 registrations, leading to a year-to-date volume down -5% to 51.867. Honda (-10.8%) remains the best-selling brand in market but Toyota (+25.7%) is catching up and ends the month just 23 sales below at 18.4% share vs. 18.9%. Mercedes (-6.2%), BMW (+4.9%) and Hyundai (-42.4%) complete the Top 5. Kia (+18.7%) is the only additional brand in positive in the Top 13 where Subaru (-63.8%), Nissan (-63.5%), Mitsubishi (-44.5%) and Hyundai (-42.4%) implode. Below, Opel (+427.3%), Suzuki (+175%), Bluecar (+47.2%) and Skoda (+39.3%) stand out with spectacular progressions.

Previous month: Singapore July 2019: Honda (+115.9%), Toyota (+88%) drive market up 32.5%

One year ago: Singapore August 2018: Hyundai soars 137% in market down 23.1%

Full August 2019 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore August 2019 – brands:

PosBrandAug-19%/18Jul2019%/18PosFY18
1Honda96318.9%-10.8%111,63122.4%7.0%11
2Toyota (incl Lexus)94018.4%25.7%28,92317.2%-4.1%22
3Mercedes53310.5%-6.2%35,19610.0%4.0%33
4BMW4098.0%4.9%63,3476.5%-1.4%66
5Hyundai3577.0%-42.4%44,5318.7%3.4%44
6Kia2865.6%18.7%73,3646.5%30.3%58
7Mazda2144.2%-27.7%52,2724.4%-35.6%85
8Mitsubishi2024.0%-44.5%82,3544.5%0.7%79
9Audi2013.9%-23.6%91,6723.2%-12.5%911
10Volkswagen1372.7%-39.9%111,2242.4%-8.7%1112
11Nissan1202.4%-63.5%101,6123.1%-38.8%107
12Subaru961.9%-63.8%128451.6%-58.0%1210
13Volvo791.5%-21.8%136001.2%-43.3%1313
14Skoda781.5%39.3%145901.1%330.7%1418
15Opel581.1%427.3%164690.9%84.6%1620
16Renault571.1%14.0%155301.0%18.0%1514
17Porsche541.1%8.0%194410.9%26.0%1716
18Bluecar531.0%47.2%241510.3%319.4%2425
19Mini450.9%-8.2%173090.6%2.7%1917
20Suzuki440.9%175.0%183400.7%518.2%1826
21Land Rover260.5%0.0%212060.4%1.0%2221
22Seat250.5%4.2%202270.4%141.5%2024
23Citroen230.5%0.0%232030.4%9.1%2322
24Jaguar180.4%-28.0%222210.4%-29.6%2119
25Peugeot120.2%-52.0%26910.2%-83.4%2615
26Perodua120.2%n/a28690.1%392.9%2839
27Jeep120.2%300.0%37380.1%58.3%3233
28Infiniti110.2%22.2%251120.2%-24.3%2523
29Maserati90.2%-50.0%27800.2%15.9%2727
30Alfa Romeo50.1%150.0%30390.1%5.4%3130
31Bentley30.1%0.0%29450.1%73.1%3029
32Ferrari30.1%50.0%31340.1%100.0%3434
33Rolls Royce30.1%200.0%38260.1%23.8%3536
34Maxus20.0%-50.0%40140.0%75.0%3840
35Alpine20.0%new3280.0%new39 –
36Ford20.0%-60.0%3670.0%-90.9%4228
37Lamborghini10.0%0.0%34460.1%119.0%2932
38SsangYong10.0%0.0%35360.1%2.9%3331
39McLaren10.0%n/a33160.0%-11.1%3638
40Aston Martin10.0%0.0%39140.0%7.7%3737
41MG10.0%n/a –30.0%200.0%4349

Source: LTA

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