Statistical agency Focus2Move has released data for the first-ever-sold car in the first nine months of the year. According to the Agency, sales of global cars in the first three quarters of the year reached 1.3% and reached 70.3 million units.
According to Focus2Move, Japan's Toyota is proud of its newest car in the first nine months of the year. Sales of the brand reached 6,476,781 units, which is 0.5% more than in the same period last year.
Top 10 best-selling brands at the end of September include:
- Toyota (6,476,781 units)
- Volkswagen (5,222,428),
- Ford (4,197,135),
- Nissan (3,731,626),
- Honda (3 708 195),
- Hyundai (3,270,302),
- Chevrolet (3,035,912), Kia (2,154,452),
- Mercedes (1 939 664)
- Renault (1 933 603).
Among the 50 largest car brands, China's Geely Company noted the highest growth in the first nine months of the year (+23.2% to 1,046,131 units). According to Auto -press.net, Mitsubishi (+ 22.4%, 910.926), Lada (+ 21.1%, 285.915), SEAT (+ 20.8%, 418,089) are remarkably productive.