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November 2013 was the third whopping month and the 24th year-on-year increase in a row, with cumulated data at November already ahead at full year 2012. This year will be the best ever with great advantage for the three market leaders, Toyota, Ford and Holden.
November 2013 U.S. market was again 8.7% up from last year with almost all brands gaining volumes. Looking at Top 100 selling models, the American leadership in the market is just on large Pick-ups, while in the car segment Japanese's are the preferred.
November 2013 the Belgium car market was down again, for the sixth month in a row and this time the loss was in double digit changing in negative also the cumulated performance. Volkswagen leadership was again challenged by Renault.
November 2013 was again negative for the South African car market and now also the years to date figures are down from last year. Penalized by strikes in production in the previous month, Toyota reacted booming sales and improving market share by 4 points.
November 2013 did not break the Russian car market loss posting the ninth year on year decline in a row. Next months will report further loss as government incentive on car loans will expire at year end. However, a BCC report predicts surprisingly volumes.
November 2013 was the eight year-on-year increase in a row for the Argentinian car market, one of more sparkling worldwide. Following the previous month shortfall, Renault was back market leader, placing three models immediately behind Volkswagen Gol.
November 2013 untouched the British market momentum with a wonderful 21st year-on-year growth and confirming the recovered leadership among the Commonwealth, as tis year UK car market outpaced the Indian. Vauxhall shines reducing gap with Ford.
October 2013 Egyptian car market reported a double digit loss, hit by riots in main towns. However, the cumulated market is stable, despite political turmoil and a weak economy, as consumers opted for cheaper and more fuel efficient vehicles.
November 2013 performance was slightly positive for the car market in Czech Republic not modifying the annual trend, negative as in the others East European countries. Behind Skoda, Hyundai kept the magic moment, while Ford partially recovered.
November 2013 was the 6th year-on-year winning month in a row for Polish car market, both in cars and in LCV segments. Skoda kept a fast pace while at lower speed than in the previous month with Octavia and Fabia leading the rank. Renault shines pushed up by Clio.
November 2013 kept the momentum in the Japanese car market with the third strong year-on-year increase in a row and cumulated volume loss reduced at 2% from last year, when market was pushed up by incentives. Tokyo Motorshow was a great success!
November 2013 sales data from German car market were slightly negative. However the market confirmed a stable trend in line with weak economic environment. Volkswagen at best market share of the year with 3 models in top three.
November 2013 was again up for Canadian light vehicle market keeping the pace towards the second best year in its history. Although pushing sales with strong year end rebates, Ford posted the worst month of the year, two points of share lower than first half. Jeep shines.
November 2013 sales data were down in the Danish car market, breaking a short series of three positive months in a row. However, the little November loss has not changed the cumulated performance, positive by 5% over 2012.
November 2013 has broken the positive series for the Irish car market with a robust double digit loss. However, due to the very low market seasonality, brands and models had unchanged their position in the cumulated ranking.
November 2013 Brazilian car sales were down again confirming as in the Automotive World only China is growing among the BRIC markets. Land Rover announced new plant opening although the Brazilian luxury market is still little.
November 2013 had broken a streak of 7 year-on-year growth for the Finnish car market, with sales down in the month and year-to-date. Volkswagen overtook Toyota and was back market leader, but with only 28 units of advantage one month before the end of annual race.
October 2013 kept the magic momentum for the Chinese light vehicle market posting a 22% sales boom from last year and flying at 16.5 million vehicles sold in only 10 month. This report includes the best-selling 50 brands ranking in the country, with market share trend.
November 2013 was flat as total market sales while was full of sensations for the Norwegian car market, the global center of innovation for low emission vehicles. Tesla S Model boomed sales again, the Hybrid Auris was stable and Leaf was in short supply.
November 2013 U.S. auto sales were powered by Black Friday and rose at highest sales seasonally adjusted rate since 2008. Ford posted the best November since 2004. Spectacular performance posted by Jeep, surged in seventh place.