Germany best selling cars ranking in 2020 is led for the 45th year in a row by the Volkswagen Golf, despite falling at 5.5% share. The Ford Focus enters the podium, while BMW 3 Series lands in 5th place, reporting the only gain in the Top 20. The Volkswagen Polo and the Mercedes C Class fall respectively in 6th and 9th position.The largest European car market dominator, the Volkswagen Golf is signing the 45th consecutive year on top, while the eight generation. However, the growth of SUV segment reduced the space for hatch versions and the Golf market share has dropped to 5.5% with Year to Date June sales at 60.334 (-43.3%). In June, the Golf has registered the deepest decline withing the Top 10 ranking.Despite losing 32.2% from the previous year, the Volkswagen Tiguan is currently managing to keep the second spot with 29.419 sales, ahead of the Ford Focus – selling 26.213 (-17.8%) – which has impressively performed in June, entering the podium of the year to date ranking.Although it has plummeted 43.2% in June, the First Half for the Volkswagen Passat was extremely positive – landing in 4th place – with 24.602 year to date sales (-19.1%). Behind, we find the stunning BMW 3 Series – the only gainer in the Top 20 – ahead of the free-falling Volkswagen Polo with 19.670 units sold (-41.3%) and the Volkswagen T-Roc with 19.491 (-37.7%).The Skoda Octavia takes the 8th position with 18.873 sales (-39%) followed by the Mercedes C Class – down 5 spots – with 18.236 (-43.2%) and the Opel Corsa with 17.850 (-27.4%).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.
European Car Market in May 2020 dropped down 50.8%, significantly improving from the halt in April. Indeed, the market reported a 50.8% decline with 754.386 sales, leading Year to Date figures to 4.71 million. Italy, France and Germany managed to recover, while Sweden, the Netherlands and Finland have worsened.Medium term market directionIn recent years the […]
Ukraine 2020. In May Kia (+51.1%) & Mercedes (+70.9%) supported a recovering market (-14.8%)
Wednesday July 08, 2020
Ukrainian Cars market in May 2020 registered a small decline compared to other neighbouring countries, after April’s sharp drop due to strict lockdown measures. Indeed, 5.896 units were sold in May (-14.8%), leading year to date sales to 30.290, down 5.9%.Market Trend in MayFollowing a sharp drop in April (-46.6%), the Ukrainian market reported a robust […]
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