Serbian auto market in 2020 falls by 23.3% as the pandemic and lockdowns affect sales. Full-Year sales have been 26.241, while Renault is the only brand in the leaderboard to report growth by rising 16.2%.
Georgian vehicles market in the second quarter of 2020 moderately improved from the Q1, despite the country faced unprecedented economic contraction in April-May, due to strict lockdown measures. Indeed, the Q2 reported 868 units sold, leading the First Half at 1.650 (-22.9%).
Bosnian vehicles market in 2019 has reported the 6th consecutive growing year. Indeed, Total sales have been 9.866, up 1.8% from the previous year. Skoda held 18.1% of share, increasing the gap from Volkswagen, which declined by 28.6%. Dacia gained the market podium.
Georgian vehicles market in 2019 has further improved. Indeed, Total sales in 2019 have been 5.670, soaring at 39.2%. Renault was the star of the year, jumping in second position with an impressive trend, while Ford gained the market podium.
Serbia Car sales has grown again in 2018 with 29.721 sales, marking the fourth consecutive year of gain, up 2.4%. Fiat was again the market leader, despite Skoda took the leadership during the first part of the year. Remarkable performances were scored by Nissan and Lada.
Georgian vehicles market has grown 17.4% in 2018, despite a huge drop in the first quarter, ending the year with sales at 4.073. Toyota, the market leader, was followed by Skoda - up 65.7% - and Hyundai.
Liechtenstein auto market in the 2018 fell again by 8.8% keeping the negative tone of the previous year, ending with sales at 1.823. Volkswagen led the market - down 15.6% - ahead of BMW and Audi. Ford jumps in 5th position, up 36.7%.
Bosnian vehicles market in 2018 has improved again signing the third year of growth in a row, ending with sales at 9.690 (+1.1%). Skoda is the market leader, ahead of Volkswagen and Opel. The Skoda Octavia is back on top.