More than two years has taken the Volkswagen Up! in returning to the leadership
car sales in the Netherlands go like a shot. In may the growth was of 26.7%, a fact magnificent that it brings the enrollment of the fifth month of the year until 36.484 units. The data accumulated from 2017 it is clear that good time with 185.381 units in total, i.e., 19.9% more than in 2016.
The Dutch market is very conducive to models of urbanites, but to date, however, the Toyota Yaris has been one of the most sought after. However, this month the japanese model has failed to capture the interest of the public, reached a magnificent eighth square it 27 places higher than in April! In the B segment, this month is only behind the Renault Clio (3rd).
Precisely the Clio was the leader last month, but its decline until the third step has been given free reign to Volkswagen Up! to be placed as the most popular model. The utilitarian German could not manage to beat from January 2015, and has done so thanks to the good discounts offered by the current model, which stretches the final straight of marketing shortly before being replaced by the facelift.
The new Toyota Yaris encourages the sales of the japanese model
Between Clio and Up! it has been the Kia Picanto, reflecting a podium very stable, rarely seen in this country. The Korean model remains very strong thanks to the new generation that came to the dealers recently and can boast having to increase their sales by a remarkable 206% in comparison with may of 2016.
The table of manufacturers lets us to Volkswagen on top, crown not achieved since January, thanks to an improvement of their demand of 41%. Renault is left with the second position, and Peugeot is third. Of the Top 25 only has two brands recede: Opel (-12%) and Fiat (16%).
Sales by model
The most cars sold in the Dutch market are:
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Sales by brand
in enrolment achieved by the marks son:
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