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Singapore September 2019: Mercedes (+35%) swims upstream in market down -9.7%

Mercedes sales soar 35% in a market down -9.7% in September.

The Singaporean new car market continues to skid in September at -9.7% year-on-year to 5.577 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down -5.5% to 57.444. The Top 3 carmakers however swim upstream, each posting a double-digit gain: Honda is up 10.4% to 21.1% share, Toyota up 11.2% to 18.7% and Mercedes up 35% to 13.5%, together holding a mammoth 53.3% of September Singapore sales vs. 41.5% a year ago. In the remainder of the Top 10, only Kia (+20.7%) manages a year-on-year uptick just as Hyundai (-61.4%), Mitsubishi (-40.1%) and Nissan (-32%) freefall. Further down, Skoda (+97.5%), Citroen (+78.6%), Bluecar (+77.8%), Renault (+50.9%), Opel (+47.1%), Suzuki (+38.5%) and Jaguar (+35%) impress.

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

One year ago: Singapore September 2018: Honda leads, Mitsubishi shines

Full September 2019 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore September 2019 – brands:

PosBrandSep-19%/18Aug2019%/18PosFY18
1Honda1,17821.1%10.4%112,80922.3%7.3%11
2Toyota (incl Lexus)1,04118.7%11.2%29,96417.3%-2.7%22
3Mercedes75213.5%35.0%35,94810.4%7.1%33
4BMW4237.6%-11.7%43,7706.6%-2.7%56
5Hyundai2614.7%-61.4%54,7928.3%-5.2%44
6Mazda2524.5%-5.3%72,5244.4%-33.5%85
7Kia2514.5%20.7%63,6156.3%29.6%68
8Audi2374.2%-10.9%91,9093.3%-12.3%911
9Nissan2364.2%-32.0%111,8483.2%-38.0%107
10Mitsubishi2173.9%-40.1%82,5714.5%-4.8%79
11Subaru1232.2%-51.8%129681.7%-57.3%1210
12Volkswagen1142.0%-43.6%101,3382.3%-13.2%1112
13Renault861.5%50.9%166161.1%21.7%1514
14Skoda791.4%97.5%146691.2%278.0%1318
15Bluecar641.1%77.8%182150.4%198.6%2425
16Volvo631.1%-17.1%136631.2%-41.5%1413
17Porsche440.8%-12.0%174850.8%21.3%1716
18Suzuki360.6%38.5%203760.7%364.2%1826
19Mini360.6%9.1%193450.6%3.3%1917
20Jaguar270.5%35.0%242480.4%-25.7%2019
21Opel250.4%47.1%154940.9%82.3%1620
22Citroen250.4%78.6%232280.4%14.0%2222
23Seat180.3%-41.9%222450.4%96.0%2124
24Land Rover170.3%-48.5%212230.4%-5.9%2321
25Infiniti170.3%-32.0%281290.2%-25.4%2523
26Bentley80.1%-46.7%31530.1%29.3%2929
27Peugeot60.1%-80.6%25970.2%-83.2%2615
28Lamborghini60.1%50.0%37520.1%108.0%3032
29Alfa Romeo60.1%20.0%30450.1%7.1%3130
30Maserati50.1%150.0%29850.1%19.7%2727
31Perodua50.1%n/a26740.1%428.6%2839
32Rolls Royce50.1%0.0%33310.1%19.2%3536
33Jeep40.1%100.0%27420.1%61.5%3233
34SsangYong40.1%n/a38400.1%14.3%3331
35Ferrari30.1%-57.1%32370.1%54.2%3434
36McLaren10.0%-66.7%39170.0%-19.0%3638
37Maxus10.0%n/a34150.0%87.5%3740
38Alpina10.0%0.0% –20.0%-77.8%4441
39Aston Martin00.0%-100.0%40140.0%-22.2%3837
40Alpine00.0%new3580.0%new39 –

Source: LTA

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