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Brazil 2020. Best selling cars ranking. The top 50

Brazil best selling car is for the 6th year in a string the Chevrolet Onix, despite the recent launch of the “Plus” version which cannibalized same sales gaining the third place. All top models reported severe lost.While the industry is knocked down by the spread of Covid19, the best selling car in the market confirms the leadership taken since 5 years. The Chevrolet Onix have reported sales year to date May at 54.037 units (-44.5%) ahead of the Ford Ka with 37.634 (-38.8%) and the new SUV version of the leader model, the Chevrolet Onix Plus with 28.419 sales.The Hyundai HB20 falls in fourth place with 27.050 units ahead of the Volkswagen Gol with 20.919 (-33.9%), the Renault Kwid with 20.101 (-38.4%) and the Fiat Argo with 19.726 (-31.2%).In eight place the Fiat Strada with 19.021 (-36.4%) followed by the Volkswagen Polo with 17.519 (–34.1%) and in 10th place by the Fiat Toro with 16.767 (-29.5%)Tables with sales figuresIn the tables below we report sales for top 50 Models.This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.

Sweden. Flexible anti-covid measures allowed the market to lose “just” 37.4% in April
Friday May 22, 2020

Swedish Auto Market in April managed to avoid a sharp sales drop – contrary to other European countries – as the Government did not impose lockdown measures. Indeed, registrations fell “just” by 37.4% in April, with 18.911 units sold, leading Year to Date figures to 85.048 (-17.9%).The post Sweden. Flexible anti-covid measures allowed the market […]

Malaysia. In March auto sales crumbled by 61%
Tuesday May 05, 2020

Malaysian Vehicles Market in March has collapsed, as a result of the “Movement Control Order” implementation, corresponding to a partial lockdown starting from March 18. Indeed, sales dropped down 61% in March with 20.965 units sold, ending the first quarter at 104.215 (-25.6%).The post Malaysia. In March auto sales crumbled by 61% appeared first on […]

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