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Denmark November 2010: Chevrolet Spark #1

Excellent month for car sales in Denmark: up 47% year-on-year at 13,125 registrations, and up 37% year-to-date! The Chevrolet Spark takes the lead in November with 4.1%, ahead of the Opel Corsa and the Peugeot 107. The Toyota Aygo is still leader year-to-date, but the Opel Corsa climbs 2nd and…

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Jamaica: Toyota Corolla likely leader

Jamaican Toyota Corolla * Click on title for street scenes and videos! * Around one third of vehicles in the streets of the capital city Kingston are various generations of Toyota Corollas, and the current model is in all likeliness still the best selling car in Jamaica. The Jamaican car market…

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Austria November 2010: VW Sharan #3

The Austrian car market is growing by 9% year-on-year in November with 28,024 registrations. Behind the VW Golf, a tad weak at 4.8%, and the Hyundai i30, 2nd again at 3%, the VW Sharan now fully enjoys its renewal with an outstanding 3rd position at 832 sales and 3% share!…

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Honduras: Mitsubishi L200 possible leader

There is very little material available to estimate car sales in Honduras. My bet is on the Mitsubishi L200 to be the best-selling vehicle in Honduras in 2010, with the Nissan Frontier, Toyota Hilux and Toyota Corolla also popular. This speculation is based on the observation of recent YouTube videos…

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Namibia: Toyota Hilux in the lead

* Click on the title for street scenes and videos! * The Namibian car market appears to be very similar to the South African one. The Toyota Hilux should lead the sales by far, ahead of the VW Polo Vivo (the sedan is clearly preferred here), Opel Corsa KB and…

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Mauritania: where old Mercedes go to die…

Street Scene in Nouakchott, Mauritania * Click on title for street scenes and videos! * Up to 2/3 of the cars in circulation in the capital Nouakchott are 1980's Mercedes 190! This is also verified in other main Mauritanian cities and gives the country's car traffic a very particular aspect.…

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