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Fiat (+45.8%), Chevrolet (+15.4%) help slim down market fall to -5.1% – Best Selling Cars Blog


Fiat sales are up 45.8% in a market down -5.1%.

New car sales in Uruguay slim down their decline to -5.1% year-on-year in August at 3.224 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally down -24.7% to 19.433. The top 2 brands fare much worse than the market however, with Volkswagen down -14.2% and Suzuki down -17%. In contrast, Chevrolet soars 15.4% at #3 and Fiat surges 45.8% to #4. Nissan (+29.5%) and Hyundai (+22.2%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas Citroen (-31.5%), Renault (-28.9%), Peugeot (-27.6%) and Toyota (-24%) stumble down. Kia (+206.7%), Changan (+166.7%), BYD (+125%), Mazda (+125%), Jeep (+90%), Mitsubishi (+61.5%), Subaru (+50%), JAC (+30.8%), Ford (+30%), Audi (+20%), Honda (+17.2%) and Mercedes (+14.3%) stand out further down. For once Chinese brands (-21.5%) fall a lot faster than the market at 6.9% share vs. 8.6% so far this year.

Previous month: Uruguay July 2020: Chevrolet (+23.9%) defies market down -17.5%

One year ago: Uruguay August 2019: VW (+17.8%), Renault (+23.8%), Chinese (+21.5%) ignore market back down (-12.3%)

Full August 2020 Top 50 All-brands ranking below.

Uruguay August 2020 – brands:

Pos Brand Aug-20 % /19 Jul 2020 % /19 Pos FY19
1 Volkswagen 483 15.0% -14.2% 1 2,677 13.8% -22.9% 1 1
2 Suzuki 426 13.2% -17.0% 5 2,503 12.9% -17.3% 2 3
3 Chevrolet 375 11.6% 15.4% 3 1,980 10.2% -19.4% 5 5
4 Fiat 369 11.4% 45.8% 4 2,004 10.3% -26.2% 4 4
5 Renault 362 11.2% -28.9% 2 2,415 12.4% -34.5% 3 2
6 Nissan 215 6.7% 29.5% 6 1,202 6.2% -25.6% 6 6
7 Hyundai 143 4.4% 22.2% 8 797 4.1% -21.9% 8 10
8 Peugeot 131 4.1% -27.6% 7 985 5.1% -32.0% 7 7
9 Citroen 102 3.2% -31.5% 9 731 3.8% -37.3% 10 8
10 Toyota 98 3.0% -24.0% 11 755 3.9% -34.4% 9 9
11 Ford 65 2.0% 30.0% 10 451 2.3% -16.8% 11 12
12 Chery 61 1.9% -12.9% 12 410 2.1% 120.4% 12 14
13 Kia 46 1.4% 206.7% 14 182 0.9% -41.1% 17 15
14 DongFeng 41 1.3% -51.8% 16 225 1.2% -62.9% 15 11
15 Honda 34 1.1% 17.2% 13 218 1.1% -22.1% 16 17
16 Mercedes 32 1.0% 14.3% 15 226 1.2% 6.6% 14 16
17 Changan 24 0.7% 166.7% 20 111 0.6% 382.6% 21 32
18 BMW 21 0.7% -8.7% 22 134 0.7% 2.3% 19 18
19 Mitsubishi 21 0.7% 61.5% 27 76 0.4% -47.2% 26 23
20 Jeep 19 0.6% 90.0% 17 96 0.5% 9.1% 22 26
21 Great Wall 18 0.6% -53.8% 18 240 1.2% -38.3% 13 13
22 Audi 18 0.6% 20.0% 23 93 0.5% -3.1% 23 24
23 Geely 17 0.5% -32.0% 19 169 0.9% 89.9% 18 20
24 JAC 17 0.5% 30.8% 26 73 0.4% -66.7% 27 19
25 Karry 13 0.4% new 24 88 0.5% new 25  –
26 FAW 11 0.3% -31.3% 25 91 0.5% -35.9% 24 22
27 BYD 9 0.3% 125.0% 21 128 0.7% 6.7% 20 21
28 Mazda 9 0.3% 125.0% 28 47 0.2% -23.0% 30 27
29 Subaru 6 0.2% 50.0% 30 35 0.2% -27.1% 31 29
30 Ram 5 0.2% n/a 37 11 0.1% 22.2% 38 39
31 Seat 4 0.1% -66.7% 55 0.3% 37.5% 28 31
32 Victory 4 0.1% new 31 0.2% new 32  –
33 Mini 4 0.1% 33.3% 34 15 0.1% -44.4% 35 33
34 Jetour 4 0.1% new 29 12 0.1% new 36  –
35 JMC 3 0.1% n/a 31 19 0.1% 111.1% 33 40
36 Volvo 3 0.1% n/a 32 17 0.1% n/a 34 36
37 Land Rover 2 0.1% -33.3% 35 12 0.1% -36.8% 37 35
38 Porsche 2 0.1% n/a 7 0.0% 250.0% 41 46
39 Haval 1 0.0% -88.9% 36 8 0.0% -46.7% 39 34
40 Jaguar 1 0.0% 0.0% 3 0.0% -25.0% 46 43
41 Tesla 1 0.0% n/a 2 0.0% n/a 49  –
42 Chana 0 0.0% -100.0% 54 0.3% -53.0% 29 25
43 Dodge 0 0.0% n/a 33 7 0.0% 40.0% 40 38
44 Foton 0 0.0% n/a 5 0.0% -16.7% 42 42
45 Bestune 0 0.0% new 38 3 0.0% new 43  –
46 Changhe 0 0.0% -100.0% 3 0.0% -91.9% 44 30
47 Haima 0 0.0% -100.0% 3 0.0% 0.0% 45 37
48 Brilliance 0 0.0% n/a 2 0.0% 0.0% 47 44
49 ZNA 0 0.0% n/a 2 0.0% -60.0% 48 45
50 BAIC 0 0.0% n/a 1 0.0% n/a 50 41
51 Iveco 0 0.0% n/a 1 0.0% n/a 51 51
Chinese 223 6.9% -21.2% 1,663 8.6% -18.5%  –

Source: Autodata



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