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China LCV’s May 2011: Wuling Sunshine strong

Wuling Sunshine Light Commercial Vehicles continue to struggle in China, down 12% in May at 380,424 units, with the year-to-date figure now down 4% at 2,271,890 registrations. The Wuling Sunshine leads the way again in May with 56,203 units (-10%) and year-to-date at 318,866 (-16%). As usual the relevant comparisons…

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Norway June 2011: VW Passat takes the lead

VW Passat Like in neighbouring Sweden, the Norwegian car market is down year-on-year for the first time in 2011 at -7% and 10,354 registrations in June. The year-to-date figure is still up by 10.5% at 68,505 units. For the first time since 2007, the VW Passat is the best-selling model…

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Sweden June 2011: Volvo XC60 at its highest

Volvo XC60 In June, Swedish car sales are down for the first time this year at -3% and 27,485 registrations. Midway through the year, the market is still up 14% at 157,042 units. The Top 4 for the month is identical to the year-to-date ranking. The Volvo V70 is unsurprisingly…

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France 14 to 20 June: Peugeot 308 up to #4

Peugeot 308 Car sales are down 7% this week in France at 48,750 registrations. The Peugeot 207 is back on top at 4.3% share, ahead of the Renault Clio at 4.1% and the Citroen C3 at 3.7%. The Peugeot 308, boosted by its recent refresh, is up to #4 with…

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Malaysia May 2011: Myvi pauses, Proton takes off

Proton Persona Malaysian car sales are down 10% in May at 44,077 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 246,850 units, still up 4%. This month the Perodua Myvi is unusually low in the ranking (#4) due to low stocks in advance of the 2nd generation's June launch. This triggers a…

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Germany May 2011: VW Passat over 10,000 sales

VW Passat * Now updated with the Top 250 best-selling models! See 'Read more' at end of post * German consumers are buying new cars again: sales are up a massive 22% year-on-year in May at 304,543 registrations. VW continues to impress: for the 4th time in 5 months the…

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