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Singapore September 2020: BMW (+23.4%), Audi (+11.8%) defy market back down -18.1%

BMW sales surge 23.4% year-on-year in a market down -18.1%.

After a +1.6% spike in August, new car sales in Singapore return to hell in September at -18.1% year-on-year to 4.566 registrations. The year-to-date tally now stands at 31.064, off -45.9% over the same period in 2019. Toyota (-17.7%) almost matches the market to remain by far the most popular carmaker at 18.9% share vs. 17% so far this year, distancing Mercedes (-22.5%) and Honda (-52.1%) both in trouble. BMW (+23.4%) and Audi (+11.8%) round out the Top 5 in spectacular fashion, sporting the only year-on-year gains in the Top 10 alongside Volkswagen at #10 (+22.8%). Below, Peugeot (+316.7%), Opel (+128%), Land Rover (+100%), Ferrari (+100%), Maserati (+100%), Ssangyong (+100%), Seat (+72.2%), Suzuki (+27.8%), Volvo (+27%) and Citroen (+16%) stand out with stunning lifts.

Previous month: Singapore August 2020: BMW (+31.1%), Nissan (+165%), VW (+56.2%) help tilt market back up 1.6%

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

Full September 2020 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore September 2020 – brands:

PosBrandSep-20%/19Aug2020%/19PosFY18
1Toyota (incl Lexus)85718.8%-17.7%15,28617.0%-46.9%12
2Mercedes58312.8%-22.5%44,48214.4%-24.6%33
3Honda56412.4%-52.1%24,86715.7%-62.0%21
4BMW52211.4%23.4%32,7148.7%-28.0%45
5Audi2655.8%11.8%81,3944.5%-27.0%89
6Kia2244.9%-10.8%91,5054.8%-58.4%66
7Nissan2194.8%-7.2%51,2724.1%-31.2%910
8Mazda2164.7%-14.3%61,6395.3%-35.1%57
9Mitsubishi1523.3%-30.0%111,0243.3%-60.2%108
10Volkswagen1403.1%22.8%109243.0%-30.9%1111
11Hyundai902.0%-65.5%71,4824.8%-69.1%74
12Skoda851.9%7.6%144761.5%-28.8%1414
13Volvo801.8%27.0%135111.6%-22.9%1313
14MG771.7%n/a221480.5%4833.3%2443
15Subaru671.5%-45.5%125971.9%-38.3%1212
16Opel571.2%128.0%231630.5%-67.0%2216
17Porsche461.0%4.5%154161.3%-14.2%1517
18Suzuki461.0%27.8%182080.7%-44.7%1818
19Renault370.8%-57.0%211930.6%-68.7%1915
20Land Rover340.7%100.0%172350.8%5.4%1723
21Mini330.7%-8.3%162570.8%-25.5%1619
22Seat310.7%72.2%261710.6%-30.2%2121
23Citroen290.6%16.0%191460.5%-36.0%2522
24Peugeot250.5%316.7%201310.4%35.1%2626
25Jaguar210.5%-22.2%241570.5%-36.7%2320
26Infiniti110.2%-35.3%25700.2%-45.7%2725
27Maserati100.2%100.0%31610.2%-28.2%2827
28SsangYong80.2%100.0%281920.6%380.0%2033
29Bentley60.1%-25.0%29490.2%-7.5%2929
30Perodua60.1%20.0%27490.2%-33.8%3028
31Ferrari60.1%100.0%34320.1%-13.5%3534
32Jeep40.1%0.0%30410.1%-2.4%3132
33Lamborghini40.1%-33.3%35330.1%-36.5%3330
34Rolls Royce30.1%-40.0%32380.1%22.6%3235
35Alfa Romeo30.1%-50.0%33320.1%-28.9%3431
36Ford30.1%n/a36130.0%85.7%3841
37Aston Martin20.0%n/a38140.0%0.0%3636
38Tesla20.0%n/a37140.0%75.0%3739
39Alpine20.0%n/a –50.0%-37.5%4040
40Alpina20.0%100.0% –30.0%50.0%4244
41McLaren10.0%0.0%39120.0%-29.4%3937
42Lotus10.0%n/a –30.0%n/a4346
43Chevrolet10.0%n/a –10.0%n/a51 –
44Mitsuoka10.0%n/a –10.0%n/a52 –
45Datsun00.0%n/a –40.0%300.0%4145

Source: LTA

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