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Belgium June 2020: VW (+21.6%), Ford (+35.2%) lead charge in stabilised market (-1.8%)

Volkswagen sales surge 21.6% year-on-year in Belgium in June.

3/08 update: Now with Top 10 models.

Although Belgium remains the country in the world with the largest Covid-19 death count per inhabitant, the pandemic is now under control and business has resumed to almost normal, illustrated by a spectacularly stabilised new car market down just -1.8% year-on-year in June at 49.141 units, to be compared with -32% in May and -90.1% in April. The year-to-date tally is now down -30.2% over H1 2019 to 216.605, a loss of almost 100.000 units. This month Volkswagen (+21.6%) skas the competitions and posts the only double-digit year-on-year gain in the Top 6 to reclaims the brands top spot it holds year-to-date at 12.1% share vs. 10.1% so far in 2020. Renault (-25.4%) is up two spots on May to #2 despite markedly underperforming with the steepest fall in the Top 10. Peugeot (-4.7%) rounds out the podium above Mercedes (-4%), BMW (+9%) and Audi (+4.3%). Ford (+35.2%), Kia (+24.6%), Dacia (+22.4%), Skoda (+16.3%) and Fiat (+13.5%) impress in the remainder of the Top 20 while further down Aston Martin (+500%), Ferrari (+69.2%), Lamborghini (+66.7%), Ssangyong (+44.3%), Bentley (+37.5%), Lotus (+25%), Subaru (+25%) and Porsche (+16% stand out. Notice also Bugatti selling its first unit in Belgium since November 2017. The Renault Clio (+43.9%) snaps the top spot like it does all across Europe, distancing the VW Golf (+3.5%) and a stunning Volvo XC40 at #3, earning a spot in the YTD Top 10 in the process directly at #5.

Previous month: Belgium May 2020: Peugeot snaps #1 spot, Toyota up in sales revival (-32%)

One year ago: Belgium June 2019: Renault snaps lead, Citroen (+20%) and Mercedes (+16.6%) shine

Full June 2020 Top 60 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Belgium June 2020 – brands:

PosBrandJun-20%/19May2020%/19PosFY19
1Volkswagen5,96212.1%21.6%221,92110.1%-28.2%11
2Renault4,3028.8%-25.4%415,1397.0%-46.6%42
3Peugeot3,4807.1%-4.7%115,8187.3%-33.5%33
4Mercedes3,4447.0%-4.0%514,5136.7%-27.2%54
5BMW3,2646.6%9.0%317,4458.1%-16.9%25
6Audi3,1396.4%4.3%612,5975.8%-25.7%67
7Ford2,5475.2%35.2%119,5524.4%-34.0%99
8Dacia2,4234.9%22.4%128,0883.7%-28.8%1310
9Citroen2,3834.8%-13.7%711,3405.2%-26.7%78
10Volvo1,9664.0%6.2%97,9823.7%-35.5%1412
11Skoda1,9393.9%16.3%138,9524.1%-18.7%1113
12Opel1,9313.9%-29.1%810,5214.9%-45.6%86
13Kia1,5483.2%24.6%146,8323.2%-22.5%1516
14Hyundai1,5173.1%-16.6%158,2173.8%-32.0%1211
15Fiat1,4342.9%13.5%166,2602.9%-33.1%1615
16Toyota1,3422.7%-9.3%109,4304.4%-2.3%1014
17Seat1,0062.0%1.6%194,3372.0%-29.9%1818
18Nissan9882.0%2.3%175,2692.4%-29.1%1717
19Mini6381.3%5.1%183,3431.5%-19.7%1920
20Mazda5811.2%-30.7%202,9211.3%-41.9%2019
21Suzuki4921.0%-2.6%242,1911.0%-41.6%2221
22Land Rover4440.9%-2.0%212,3851.1%-18.3%2123
23Jeep3890.8%-19.3%221,9030.9%-34.0%2322
24Porsche3550.7%16.0%261,2340.6%-19.8%2627
25Tesla3170.6%-45.5%271,6750.8%-9.4%2424
26Jaguar2580.5%-24.3%251,3890.6%-26.4%2526
27DS2360.5%7.3%231,2110.6%-2.0%2729
28Honda1650.3%-20.3%289920.5%-39.0%2825
29Alfa Romeo1450.3%-39.3%295890.3%-46.6%3030
30Mitsubishi1420.3%-42.5%309250.4%-38.0%2928
31SsangYong1140.2%44.3%324470.2%8.0%3233
32Lexus1020.2%-15.7%315320.2%-33.9%3132
33Subaru250.1%25.0%341200.1%-38.1%3334
34Ferrari220.0%69.2%33710.0%-1.4%3437
35Maserati130.0%-13.3%39560.0%-50.9%3736
36Alpine130.0%-43.5%38520.0%-63.6%3835
37Aston Martin120.0%500.0%40340.0%21.4%4041
38Bentley110.0%37.5%36620.0%6.9%3638
39Smart110.0%-93.5%37370.0%-96.0%3931
40MG70.0%new35670.0%new35 –
41Lamborghini50.0%66.7%43210.0%50.0%4242
42Polestar50.0%new44200.0%new43 –
43Lotus50.0%25.0%46130.0%-48.0%4540
44Allied Vehicles40.0%-20.0%41250.0%13.6%4139
45API20.0%-33.3%42150.0%-6.3%4444
46Man20.0%n/a –70.0%n/a4862
47McLaren20.0%-60.0%4950.0%-58.3%4948
48Dongfeng Sokon20.0%new –30.0%new5458
49Morgan10.0%0.0%45100.0%-16.7%4745
50AMF10.0%0.0%4740.0%-33.3%5052
51Caterham10.0%-50.0%4840.0%0.0%5153
52Rolls-Royce10.0%-50.0%5040.0%-82.6%5243
53Tripod10.0%0.0% –40.0%0.0%5349
54Dallara10.0%n/a –20.0%n/a5561
55Bugatti10.0%n/a –10.0%n/a61 –
56Infiniti00.0%-100.0% –110.0%10.0%4647
57Alpina00.0%n/a –10.0%-83.3%5651
58Bierman00.0%n/a –10.0%n/a57 –
59JAC00.0%n/a –10.0%-75.0%5856
60Lancia00.0%n/a –10.0%n/a59 –
61MPM Motors00.0%n/a –10.0%-87.5%6046

Belgium June 2020 – models:

PosModelJun-20%/19May2020%/19PosFY19
1Renault Clio1,4252.9%43.9%74,4762.1%-40.6%22
2VW Golf1,1732.4%3.5%54,8252.2%-35.6%11
3Volvo XC401,0152.1%n/a63,4211.6%15.0%5n/a
4Mercedes A-Class9331.9%63.4%84,0491.9%-12.1%34
5Renault Captur9011.8%-39.9%43,3761.6%-36.8%75
6VW Tiguan8211.7%n/a93,4041.6%-30.5%6n/a
7Citroen C37641.6%13.9%13,7021.7%-12.8%4n/a
8Hyundai Tucson7221.5%-25.8%143,3471.5%-41.7%83
9Peugeot 2086551.3%29.2%33,3001.5%-18.6%10n/a
10Opel Corsa5341.1%-9.2%163,3391.5%-25.5%9n/a

Source: Febiac

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