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Belgium September 2019: Peugeot snaps first win in at least 4 years in market back up 31.6%

The imminent arrival of the new gen 208 could install Peugeot in the Belgian #1 spot.

New car sales in Belgium logically bounce back up 31.6% year-on-year in September to 35.720 unit on weak post-WLTP year-ago volumes, yet the year-to-date tally remains in negative territory at -3.6% to 439.255. Peugeot (+10.4%) leaps up 5 spots on August to post its first monthly win in at least 4 years with 8.2% share, edging past Renault (+16.4%) for 30 sales. Volkswagen (+64.3%), leader year-to-date, drops to #3 ahead of Opel (+9.2%) and Mercedes (+56.8%). Audi (+155.8%) and Citroen (+154.4%) also impress in the Top 10 while further down, Alpine (+375%), Tesla (+346.7%), Porsche (+165.6%), Alfa Romeo (+164.7%), Jeep (+123%), Fiat (+114.4%), Seat (+94.4%), Lexus (+69.1%), Mini (+55.4%) and Dacia (+51.7%) also post spectacular gains.

Previous month: Belgium August 2019: Dacia (+74.2%) soars to #5, Mercedes A-Class #1 in market down -11.9%

One year ago: Belgium September 2018: BMW above 10% share, sales down -33.6%

Full September 2019 Top 50 All-brands ranking below.

Belgium September 2019 – brands:

PosBrandSep-19%/18Aug2019%/18PosFY18
1Peugeot2,9268.2%10.4%633,1397.5%-6.2%33
2Renault2,8968.1%16.4%338,3618.7%-8.3%22
3Volkswagen2,7887.8%64.3%143,3269.9%-2.6%11
4Opel2,7637.7%9.2%826,8266.1%-3.9%66
5Mercedes2,5997.3%56.8%231,2327.1%7.9%45
6BMW2,3456.6%-14.5%728,0246.4%-12.9%54
7Citroen2,0155.6%154.4%1121,4184.9%9.8%89
8Volvo1,8965.3%14.5%1716,7633.8%4.9%1211
9Skoda1,7965.0%26.7%1215,9953.6%4.2%1312
10Audi1,5634.4%155.8%424,6915.6%-3.0%77
11Ford1,5284.3%6.8%1419,1124.4%-1.0%98
12Hyundai1,4454.0%73.1%1017,0183.9%-7.9%1110
13Dacia1,4063.9%51.7%517,3483.9%7.2%1013
14Toyota1,2083.4%17.6%1313,8983.2%-1.3%1415
15Fiat1,0703.0%114.4%1612,9192.9%-6.0%1516
16Kia7962.2%5.9%1512,0952.8%2.9%1617
17Mini7382.1%55.4%196,4711.5%-0.8%2020
18Seat7252.0%94.4%188,8352.0%9.0%1818
19Mazda5881.6%-1.0%236,8891.6%-4.9%1919
20Tesla5451.5%346.7%312,7420.6%290.6%2533
21Nissan5361.5%5.1%911,1412.5%-35.2%1714
22Land Rover2350.7%34.3%243,9280.9%-25.1%2322
23DS1700.5%24.1%301,8720.4%24.1%2929
24Jeep1650.5%123.0%224,1761.0%-0.3%2223
25Honda1650.5%51.4%212,7490.6%6.1%2426
26Porsche1620.5%165.6%292,1590.5%-29.1%2825
27Suzuki1520.4%-59.5%205,2301.2%-10.4%2121
28Jaguar1430.4%6.7%262,6990.6%-22.7%2624
29Lexus930.3%69.1%321,1990.3%-2.8%3231
30Mitsubishi480.1%-14.3%272,2330.5%7.1%2728
31Smart480.1%-21.3%251,4330.3%2.0%3130
32Alfa Romeo450.1%164.7%281,6080.4%-40.8%3027
33SsangYong330.1%-26.7%335870.1%-31.3%3332
34Subaru310.1%47.6%352660.1%-44.2%3434
35Alpine190.1%375.0%342150.0%377.8%3538
36Ferrari70.0%75.0%381010.0%14.8%3737
37Allied Vehicles70.0%n/a46360.0%260.0%4147
38Aston Martin50.0%0.0%40430.0%-12.2%3940
39Lotus50.0%150.0%44390.0%21.9%4041
40Cadillac50.0%n/a –60.0%-33.3%5351
41Maserati30.0%-81.3%361440.0%-26.5%3635
42Bentley20.0%n/a43810.0%84.1%3839
43API10.0%n/a41240.0%84.6%4350
44Lamborghini10.0%0.0%42230.0%21.1%4445
45Infiniti10.0%-66.7%45190.0%-88.3%4636
46Morgan10.0%n/a48180.0%-28.0%4744
47Alpina10.0%0.0%49100.0%-23.1%5049
48Rolls-Royce00.0%-100.0%47260.0%100.0%4248
49MPM Motors00.0%#DIV/0!37210.0%-8.7%4543
50McLaren00.0%n/a –150.0%-6.3%4846

Source: Febiac

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