registrations in Europe during the first half of the year of passenger cars and suvs have grown to a 7.5% , with respect to the year 2015. This growth has allowed that enroll between the months of January and June of 2016 9.25 million units, higher than the 8.6 million cars were registered in the same months of the past year.
According to JATO Dynamics, during the past month of July registrations in Europe amounted to 1.1 million units, between passenger cars and suvs. This figure represents a decline of 2.3 per cent with regard to July 2015 and ends with 34 months of growth in a row have lived enrolment in Europe. We must remember that the last fall that suffered the sales of vehicles in the european market was in August of 2013.
In July, Volkswagen was the brand, the more higher number of registrations captured in the european market. With 136.393 sold units managed to reach 11.8 per cent of the total. The second brand that have the largest number of enrolments reached last month was Ford. The u.s. firm managed to market 84.062 units. The third brand on the podium was the German Opel/Vauxhall with 76.194 units. The fourth and fifth marks were Renault and Audi with 71.260 and 66.574 units respectively.
however, the slight decline that the market has undergone has left notice with more force in Volkswagen, Skoda and Peugeot. The decline in sales suffered by Volkswagen has been 10.8 percent with respect to June, marking the largest drop among the ten most sold brands in Europe in July. The second brand that most fall you experience in your sales is Skoda, a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. In this case, his fall is of 10.5 percent, exactly the same that Peugeot, the third highest number of registrations lost in the european market.
we Must be cautious because a small misstep can suffer anyone, but with the threat posed by the exit of the United Kingdom of the European Union the trademark must be attentive to the movements of the market as another crisis could be very harmful to the automotive sector.
Source – JATO Dynamics