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China in control as industry enters new era

June 15, 2018 06:01 CET

China has been the world's biggest auto market since 2009, when it eclipsed the U.S. But only recently has it reached a long-anticipated, and in many quarters, long-feared, tipping point. China is taking the wheel as a true driver of the global industry.
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European sales flat in May on fewer sales days
June 15, 2018 08:34 CET | UPDATED: June 15 12:45 CET - adds comments

European sales rose a marginal 0.6 percent in May due in part to fewer working days. Jeep, Dacia and Lexus were among winners while premium brands BMW, Mercedes and Audi ...

 

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MAY SALES
Jeep is biggest winner as Spain sales rise 7%
June 8, 2018 13:13 CET

New-car registrations in Spain increased 7 percent in May with healthy demand from private and company customers. ...

 

China in control as industry enters new era

June 15, 2018 06:01 CET
China has been the world's biggest auto market since 2009, when it eclipsed the U.S. But only recently has it reached a long-anticipated, and in many quarters, long-feared, tipping point. China is taking the wheel as a true driver of the global industry.

European sales flat in May on fewer sales days

June 15, 2018 08:34 CET
European sales rose a marginal 0.6 percent in May due in part to fewer working days. Jeep, Dacia and Lexus were among winners while premium brands BMW, Mercedes and Audi saw their sales fall amid talk of diesel bans.

MAY SALES

Jeep is biggest winner as Spain sales rise 7%

June 8, 2018 13:13 CET
New-car registrations in Spain increased 7 percent in May with healthy demand from private and company customers.

MAY SALES

German market down 6% but VW bucks trend with new SUV

June 5, 2018 06:01 CET
VW brand was among the few brands that gained new volume as German vehicle sales fell nearly 6 percent in Mayas dealers reduced commercial registrations, including dealer pre-registrations.

MAY SALES

UK sales rise 3% in May on private demand

June 5, 2018 12:23 CET
UK registrations increased 3.4 percent in May as growing demand from individual consumers offset a decline from business buyers.

MAY SALES

Italy sales decline 3% on political uncertainty, diesel slump

June 4, 2018 06:01 CET
Sales of new cars in Italy declined 2.8 percent in May, with political uncertainty after recent elections still weighing on the market.

MAY SALES

French May sales flat despite strong gains by Jeep, Hyundai, Skoda

June 1, 2018 11:40 CET
French new-car registrations rose 0.2 percent in May, with Jeep, Hyundai, Skoda, DS and Dacia recording strong gains following the launch of new SUVs and crossovers.

VW Group's China sales rose 12% in April on Audi, Skoda demand

May 22, 2018 12:22 CET
Volkswagen Group's China sales rose nearly 12 percent in April, led by demand at the Audi and Skoda brands.

VW, Toyota, Dacia rise as Europe sales rise 10% in April

May 17, 2018 11:47 CET
VW, Toyota and Dacia all saw their European sales rise sharply in April, outpacing a market that grew 9.6 percent on increased demand in the region's five biggest markets.

APRIL SALES

Russian sales rise 18% as buyers try to beat price hikes

May 8, 2018 15:20 CET
New-car sales in Russia rose 18 percent in April, as consumers hastened purchases anticipating that ruble weakness will push up prices.

APRIL SALES

W. European sales rise 9% in April on extra selling days

May 4, 2018 14:13 CET
Western European car sales rose 9.1 percent in April compared to a year ago, helped by the timing of this year's Easter holiday which led to a higher number of selling days than the year before.

APRIL SALES

UK sales increase 10% amid diesel slump

May 4, 2018 10:08 CET
UK registrations rose 10 percent in April, reflecting a poor performance in the same month last year. Diesel demand continued to fall.

APRIL SALES

VW brand continues to recover in German market up 8%

May 3, 2018 15:21 CET
VW brand continued to recover in its German home market last month with a 15 percent increase in registrations in a total market up 8 percent.

APRIL SALES

Toyota, Hyundai and Kia among winners as Spanish sales rise 12%

May 3, 2018 17:52 CET
New-car registrations in Spain increased 12 percent in April, with Toyota, Hyundai and Kia among the winners while Ford and Opel saw sales decline.

APRIL SALES

Private demand drives Italy's 7% growth

May 3, 2018 10:48 CET
New-car sales in Italy rose 6.5 percent last month, helped by a recovery in demand by private customers and by an additional selling day compared with the same month last year.

APRIL SALES

Hyundai, Fiat, Dacia gain as French sales rise 9%

May 2, 2018 12:34 CET
French registrations rose 9 percent in April, led by strong gains at Dacia, Hyundai, Kia, Fiat and DS.

Mercedes leads China luxury car sales despite Audi surge

April 20, 2018 06:01 CET
Mercedes brand retained its lead as China's top-selling luxury brand so far this year despite a surge in sales by Audi, last year's leader.

Nissan, Ford, Fiat among losers as Europe sales fall 5%

April 18, 2018 09:42 CET
Nissan, Ford and Fiat brand saw their European sales decline steeply in March as industrywide registrations fell by 5 percent, hit by drops in three of the region's five biggest markets, Germany, the UK, and Italy.

MARCH SALES

Russia sales forecast to increase 10% in 2018

April 6, 2018 14:34 CET
Russia's sales are forecast to grow 10 percent this year as the market recovers faster than expected. Sales in March increased by 14 percent.

MARCH SALES

Spain sales rise 2% despite accelerating diesel slump

April 6, 2018 15:58 CET
New-car sales in Spain rose 2 percent in March, despite a big drop in diesel registrations and two fewer working days.

MARCH SALES

W. Europe sales drop 6% on falling UK, German demand

April 6, 2018 09:45 CET
Western European car sales fell 6 percent in March, weighed down by falling demand in the UK, Germany and Italy, according to industry data from LMC Automotive.

MARCH SALES

Italy sales fall 6% amid political uncertainty

April 6, 2018 06:01 CET
New-car sales in Italy fell 6 percent in March, partly hit by customers postponing purchases as politicians negotiated to form a new government following recent elections.

MARCH SALES

UK sales slump 16% as diesel demand plunges

April 5, 2018 09:41 CET
Demand for new diesel cars in Britain plunged by more than a third in March, pushing down total registrations by 16 percent.

MARCH SALES

German market falls 3% as diesel decline accelerates

April 4, 2018 14:27 CET
Registrations in Germany fell 3 percent in March with the decline in diesel-car sales accelerating after a court ruled that cities can ban vehicles to tackle pollution.

MARCH SALES

Volvo, Seat show strong gains as French sales rise 2%

April 3, 2018 11:35 CET
French new-car sales increased 2.2 percent in March with Volvo, Seat, Kia and Hyundai recording strong gains from SUVs and crossovers.

 
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