German Cars Market fell marginally - down 0.2% - in 2018 influenced by WLTP regulation, ending the year at 3.433.843 units, again the 4th globally. New brands are emerging with Seat up in 9th place (+12%), Dacia up 17%, Mitsubishi up 17% and Jeep up 28%.
Germany best selling cars ranking in 2019 was dominated for the 44th year by the Volkswagen Golf with a wide gap over Tiguan and the Mercedes C Class, while the Volkswagen Polo lost terrain in favour of the new entrance, the Volkswagen T-Roc. The Ford Focus kept recovering hitting the best share out of the last 8 years.
German auto market in 2020 falls by 19.1% as the pandemic and lockdowns affect sales. Full-Year sales have been 2.92 Million, the lowest annual volume since 2010. Volkswagen holds the entire podium of most sold vehicles while the Volkswagen Golf keeps losing share.
Germany Auto market in 2021 falls by 10.1% with 2.62 million sales, reporting a very severe drop in the second half after a positive Q2. Mercedes reports the worst performance on the leaderboard, losing 25.7%.
Germany best selling cars ranking in 2018 was dominated for the 43rd year by the Volkswagen Golf with a wide gap over Tiguan, Polo and Passat. The new entry Volkswagen T-Roc ranks 25th, while the Mini gains the 9th position.
German Vehicle Market 2015 at 3.25 million units, up one spot in the global ranking. December reported up 8% fueled by strong demand on BMW, Ford, Renault and Hyundai. The Golf ended as leader for the 40th year in a series.
Germany best selling cars 2017 ranking was dominated for the 42nd year in a row by the Volkswagen Golf, despite losing in double-digit. The last generation Tiguan advanced in second place while Audi Q2 was the best new entrance.