Toyota is up 26% in a March market down -17.7%.
New car sales in Belgium endure a 10th consecutive month of double-digit falls in March at -17.7% year-on-year to just 36,998 registrations. The year-to-date volume after three months is now off -12.2% to 103,146 units. BMW (-20.6%) signs a 15th win in the past 18 months with 9.4% share, in line with the 9.2% it commands year-to-date. Volkswagen (-22.3%) also falls faster than the market but returns to the 2nd place it held over the Full Year 2021 while Mercedes (-9.1%) resists relatively year-on-year well but drops one spot on February to #3. Peugeot (-22.6%) is in trouble in 4th place, Audi (-4%) is solid in 5th and Renault (-24.3%) skids down at #6. Citroen (-12.9%) gains two ranks on last month to #7 just as Toyota (+26%) and Kia (+11.8%) sign the only year-on-year gains in the Top 10. Further down, Tesla (+162.6%) shoots up to 3.1% share and is the only additional marque in positive in the Top 20, with Porsche (+28.7%), Honda (+32.6%), DS (+25.3%), Polestar (+133.3%) and Cupra (+152.3%) also faring well below.
Full March 2022 Top 55 All-brands ranking below.