14 August 2017

Uruguay Car Sales Jan-Jun 2017


I the 1990's Fiat was the best seller, but in the next decade it was all Chevrolet. The last two years were not good for The General but Chev is back in 2017...and how! An 85% gain in market share is a huge shift, taking it from 8.3% to 15.5%. In fact the whole scene is marked by monumental shifts, often the case with smaller nations but markedly so this year.

The chart below shows a % symbol that represents market share. The +/- column is increase or decrease based on the first six month's market share of 2017 against the full 2016 year.

13 14 15 16 17 Brand 2017 % +/-
2016 %
1 1 3 5 1 Chevrolet 4,060 15.5 85%
3,809 8.3
2 3 2 2 2 VW 3,781 14.4 21%
5,436 11.9
3 4 4 1 3 Fiat 3,037 11.6 -4%
5,524 12.1
6 2 1 3 4 Suzuki 2,250 8.6 -12%
4,473 9.8
9 6 5 4 5 Renault 2,055 7.8 -18%
4,381 9.6
4 5 6 6 6 Nissan 1,513 5.8 5%
2,517 5.5
7 8 7 7 7 Hyundai 1,410 5.4 11%
2,215 4.9
8 9 8 9 8 Peugeot 1,353 5.2 13%
2,086 4.6
11 11 12 8 9 Ford 1,082 4.1 -11%
2,104 4.6
14 15 13 13 10 Citroën 725 2.8 11%
1,135 2.5
12 13 15 10 11 Toyota 663 2.5 -29%
1,623 3.6
10 12 16 16 12 FAW 519 2.0 37%
660 1.4
18 18 14 14 13 Lifan 432 1.6 -33%
1,115 2.4
19 17 9 11 14 Kia 392 1.5 -46%
1,267 2.8
15 10 10 15 15 BYD 340 1.3 -42%
1,025 2.2
16 19 21 20 16 Great Wall 306 1.2 24%
431 0.9
13 14 17 12 17 Geely 302 1.2 -55%
1,179 2.6
21 24 19 17 18 Honda 291 1.1 -9%
556 1.2
17 21 20 22 19 DFSK 220 0.8 5%
364 0.8
5 7 11 20 20 Chery 209 0.8 -16%
431 0.9
23 20 22 19 21 Mercedes 173 0.7 -31%
437 1.0
26 25 24 26 22 BMW 141 0.5 -1%
247 0.5
25 16 18 18 23 Mitsubishi 135 0.5 -53%
499 1.1
20 22 25 25 24 JAC 127 0.5 -23%
287 0.6
29 28 29 23 25 Chrysler 114 0.4 -38%
321 0.7
28 26 26 28 26 Audi 102 0.4 -13%
205 0.4
24 23 23 27 27 Chana 91 0.3 -25%
212 0.5
39 36 31 29 28 Mazda 79 0.3 -15%
161 0.4
41 33 27 30 29 Subaru 60 0.2 -20%
130 0.3

Others 261 1.0

806 1.8
Total 26,223

45,636

Data source: ASCOMA.

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