Italy June 2024: Market up 15%, Dacia and Tesla at all-time highs
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by Matt Gasnier
1w ago
The Dacia Sandero ranks #2 in Italy in May. It’s a great month for new car sales in Italy, up 15% year-on-year to 160,046 units. The year-to-date tally is now up 5.3% or 45,000 units to 886,386. The event of the month is the record share of BEVs at 8.3% of the market vs. 4.4% a year ago thanks to incentives finally available. However these incentives were spent in just 9 hours so many potential buyers didn’t benefit from them. Without further incentives, new orders are currently at a standstill. BEVs are up 118% this month to 13,415. Petrol sales are up 6.7% to 42,779 and 26.5% share vs. 28.4 ..read more
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Italy May 2024: Negative market, Fiat hits lowest ever share, Citroen C3 up to #2
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by Matt Gasnier
1M ago
Citroen C3 sales are up 140.5% year-on-year in May. The Italian new car market hits the brakes in April at -6.6% year-on-year to 139,581 units, 10,000 less than in May 2023. The year-to-date tally remains in positive however at +3.4% to 726,311. Note this is still -20.2% below the first five months of pre-pandemic 2019. Worryingly, private sales (-10.8%) fall faster than the market to 72,352 units and 51.2% share vs. 53.5% a year ago. Self-registrations sure 39.1% to 17,703, long term leases skid -18.6% to 31,573 but short-term rentals gain 9.8% to 11,518. Company sales are down -5% to 8,043 ..read more
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Italy April 2024: Sales back in positive at +7.5%, BEVs off -19.6%, Citroen C3, Toyota Yaris shine
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by Matt Gasnier
2M ago
Citroen C3 sales are up 348% year-on-year in April. New car sales in Italy are back into positive territory in April at +7.5% year-on-year to 135,353 units. The year-to-date tally is up 6.1% to 586,665 but down -17.7% over the same period in pre-pandemic 2019. Private sales outrun the market at +13.9% to 69,700 and 50.9% share vs. 48.1% in April 2023 and are up 8.4% YTD to 324,532 and 54.6% share vs. 53.4% over the first four months of 2023. Self registrations are up 39% to 16,249 for the month and up 20.8% YTD to 60,300, long term leases disappoint at -15.8% to 28,679 in April and off -15% YT ..read more
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Italy February 2024: Fiat Panda, Dacia Sandero and Citroen C3 top market up 12.8%
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by Matt Gasnier
4M ago
The Dacia Sandero repeats at #2 in Italy. 147,094 new cars hit Italian roads in February, a +12.8% year-on-year increase. The year-to-date tally is up 11.7% to 289,103. Private sales (+18.3%) beat the market to 57.1% share vs. 54.3% a year ago and are up 14.1% year-to-date to 59.1% of the market vs. 57.9% over the same period in 2023. Self registrations are up 20.4% to 13,647 and 9.2% share vs. 8.6% and up 7.6% so far this year. Long term leases are in difficult at -15.7% to 29,864 and 20% share vs. 26.7% in February 2023 and down -6.1% year-to-date to 20.6% share vs. 24.6%. In contrast short ..read more
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Italy January 2024: Dacia hits record 2nd place, Jeep Avenger at #4
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by Matt Gasnier
5M ago
Dacia is only outsold by Fiat in January. The Italian new car market is up 10.6% year-on-year in January to 141,946 units according to UNRAE. Private sales are up 10.2% to 88,083 and 61.1% share vs. 61.5% a year ago, self registrations are down -5% to 11,357 and 7.9% share vs. 9.2%, long term leases edge up 4.8% to 30,406 and 21.1% share vs. 22.3% and short term rentals surge a whopping 306.7% to 6,170 and 4.3% share vs. 1.2% in January 2023. The segmentation by powertrain shows a surprising decline of rechargeable segments: BEVs are down -10.8% to 2,984 and just 2.1% share vs. 2.6% a year ago ..read more
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Italy Full Year 2023: Market up 19%, Volkswagen topples Fiat in December
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by Matt Gasnier
6M ago
Volkswagen was the #1 brand in Italy in December. Consult 95 years of Italian Historical Data here. The Italian new car market rallies back up 19% or 250,000 sales year-on-year in 2023 to 1,566,448 units. This is however 350,000 units (-18.3%) below pre-pandemic 2019. Private sales trail the market at +13.4% to 882,918 units and 55.5% share vs. 58.3% in 2022, self registrations soar 42.8% to 161,658 and 10.2% share vs. 8.5% last year, long term rentals gain 24.2% to 385,752 and 24.3% share vs. 23.3%, short term rentals are up 23.2% to 64,445 and 4% share vs. 3.9% and company sales climb 19% to ..read more
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Italy November 2023: Market up 16.2%, Nissan Qashqai at highest in close to 10 years
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by Matt Gasnier
7M ago
The Nissan Qashqai is inside the Italian Top 10 for the first time since August 2014. 139,278 new cars found a buyer in Italy in November, that’s a 16.2% year-on-year surge. As a result the year-to-date tally is up 20.1% to 1,455,271. Private sales advance 17.7% for the month to 80,342 and 56.7% share vs. 56.2% a year ago, self registrations soar 60.7% to 15,105 and 10.7% vs. 7.7% in November 2022, long term leases edge up 4.6% to 34,626 and 24.4% share vs. 27.2%, short-term rentals skid -27.2% to 2,298 and 1.6% vs. 2.6% and company sales climb 21.1% to 9,265. Year-to-date, private sales are u ..read more
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Italy October 2023: Jeep Avenger up to #4, market up 20%
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by Matt Gasnier
8M ago
The Jeep Avenger BEV (pictured) only accounts for 5% of the nameplate’s volume. New car sales in Italy jump 20% year-on-year in October to 139,052, lifting the year-to-date tally up 20.5% to 1,315,964. Private sales are up 21.4% to 83,122 and up 12.9% to 738,158 year-to-date, self registrations shoot up 70.4% to 16,220 for the month and up 41.2% to 132,982 year-to-date, long term leases edge up 4.9% to 31,263 and up 32.4% to 326,361 YTD, short term rentals actually drop -16.7% for the month to 1,863 but are up 27.2% YTD to 59,200 and company sales gain 22.6% to 9,262 and 19.7% YTD to 78,672.&n ..read more
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Italy September 2023: Jeep Avenger cracks Top 10, sales up 22.8%
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by Matt Gasnier
10M ago
The Jeep Avenger breaks into the Italian Top 10 for the first time. 136,283 new cars hit Italian roads in September, corresponding to a 22.8% year-on-year surge on September 2022 which was already up 5.4% on the year prior. We now are just -4.9% below pre-pandemic September 2019 which is encouraging. Year-to-date, the market has gained over 200,000 units compared to last year at 1,176,882 (+20.6%) but remains 300,000 sales (-20.3%) off the first 9 months of 2019. Most notable in the propulsion split is BEV losing ground year-on-year at -1.9% to 4,992 and just 3.6% share vs. 4.5% a year ago and ..read more
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Italy August 2023: Dacia (+42.1%), Jeep (+106.4%) impress in market up 12%
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by Matt Gasnier
11M ago
Dacia Duster sales in Italy are up 89% year-on-year in August. New car sales in Italy climb 12% year-on-year in August to 79,756 units, which means the year-to-date volume is now up 20.3% to 1,040,560. In terms of sales channels, private sales are up 16.3% to 47,961 and 59.2% share vs. 57.2% in August 2022, self registrations surge 62.7% to 10,682, long term leases drop -3.9% to 16.877 and 20.8% share vs. 24.4% a year ago, short term rentals sink -81.2% to just 529 and company sales surge 28.5% to 4,980. Year-to-date, private sales are up 10.5% to 573,077 and 54.3% share vs. 59.2% over the sam ..read more
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