Portugal Best Selling Cars in the Year to Date May 2020 ranking is dominated by the Renault Clio, followed by the best premium model, the Mercedes Class A and the Peugeot 208. The Renault Captur free-falls at the edge of the Top 10 ranking.While the Portuguese auto market struggles to recover from the Covid-19 crisis, the best selling car in 2020 is currently the Renault Clio, holding 5.2% of market share, with 2.737 Year to Date May sales (-51.3%).The best premium model, the Mercedes Class A, gains the second position – up 2 spots from 2019 – with a market share at the best level ever (4%) and 2.146 units sold (-34%). The Peugeot 208 closes the market podium, with 1.685 sales (-50.7%).The BMW 1 Series jumps in 4th position – signing the best top 10 performance – with 1.423 sales (-19.1%), followed by the Peugeot 2008 with 1.381 (-48.7%) and the Citroen C3 with 1.365 (-53.4%).In seventh place, the Ford Focus with 1.155 (-43.7%) – up 4 spots – ahead of the Renault Megane with 1.152 (-58%), the Nissan Micra with 1019 (-48.6%) and the free-falling Renault Captur with 996, down by a disappointing 70%.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.
France. Following the -50% in May, the French car market is projected down 32% in 2020
Tuesday June 02, 2020
French vehicles market lost 50.3% in May 2020 with 96.310 units sold, as car dealerships were allowed to restart activities from May 11, leading Year to Date figures to 481.989 (-42.5%). President Macron announced an €8bn plan for auto industry recovery and accelerate the transition to “clean” vehicles.French market heritageFrench vehicles market was in a positive […]
Germany. Vehicle market disappoints in May (-51.5%)
Wednesday June 17, 2020
German cars market in May reported just a shy improvement, despite car dealerships activities were allowed to restart from April 20. Indeed, 150.597 units were registered in May (-51.5%), leading Year to Date sales to 912.463 (-35.6%). BMW and Seat declined over 60%.German Cars Market in MayAlthough car dealerships activities were allowed to restart from […]
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