Sales June 2020, Italy: 23.1% drop

Sales June 2020, Italy: 23.1% drop

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During the past month of June new vehicle registrations in Italy registered a decrease of 23.13% compared to the same month of the previous year until reaching a total volume of 132,547 units delivered to new customers.

By type of fuel, the most outstanding vehicles were hybrids gaining a lot of share compared to previous months. In total 17,684 hybrids were sold, which represents an increase of 84.4%. 52,997 gasoline models, 47,415 diesel, 9,632 LPG, 3,152 methane and 2,228 pure electric were also delivered.

Sales June 2020, Italy: 23.1% drop

By brands, the most outstanding in positive were Volvo (+ 12.6%), Mahindra (+ 20.9%), Ferrari (+ 54.1%) and Haval, which is a new firm that is slowly making its way

Sales June 2020, Italy: 23.1% drop

RANKING BRANDS JUNE 2020

  1. Fiat 18,561
  2. VW 11,431
  3. Renault 9,617
  4. Ford 8,866
  5. Toyota 7,537
  6. Peugeot 7,224
  7. Dacia 6,393
  8. Audi 5,847
  9. Citroën 5,696
  10. Jeep 5,373
  11. Mercedes 4,988
  12. Opel 4,817
  13. BMW 4,627
  14. Lancia 3,508
  15. Suzuki 3,301
  16. Hyundai 2,990
  17. Kia 2,989
  18. Skoda 2,555
  19. SEAT 2,261
  20. Nissan 2,132
  21. Volvo 1,907
  22. MINI 1,667
  23. Alfa Romeo 1,525
  24. Land Rover 1,120
  25. Mazda 1,021
  26. Porsche 693
  27. Honda 642
  28. Lexus 395
  29. DS 384
  30. Tesla 382
  31. Mitsubishi 342
  32. Smart 317
  33. DR Motor 294
  34. Jaguar 257
  35. Subaru 221
  36. Maserati 144
  37. SsangYong 118
  38. Mahindra 110
  39. Ferrari 74
  40. Haval 45
  41. Lamborghini 39
  42. Aston Martin 5
  43. Chevrolet 1
  44. Infiniti 1
  45. Other 40

Among the brands that registered significant falls, we must mention Opel (-46.6%), Alfa Romeo (-40.4%), Mitsubishi (-64.0%), Smart (-86.8%), Jaguar ( -62.2%) and Infiniti (-98.0%)

Sales June 2020, Italy: 23.1% drop

TOP 50 MODELS JUNE 2020

  1. Fiat Panda 9,147
  2. Renault Clio 3,805
  3. Lancia Ypsilon 3,508
  4. Dacia Sandero 3,302
  5. Renault Captur 3,154
  6. Fiat 500X 3,096
  7. Dacia Duster 3,024
  8. Toyota Yaris 2,740
  9. Fiat 500 2,739
  10. Citroën C3 2,545
  11. Jeep Compass 2,471
  12. Jeep Renegade 2,393
  13. VW Golf 2,253
  14. VW T-Roc 2,249
  15. Opel Corsa 2,142
  16. Peugeot 208 2,076
  17. Ford Puma 2,023
  18. Peugeot 2008 1,993
  19. Ford Fiesta 1972
  20. Fiat 500L 1,843
  21. Toyota Aygo 1,823
  22. VW Polo 1.810
  23. VW Tiguan 1,787
  24. VW T-Cross 1,741
  25. Ford EcoSport 1,639
  26. Audi A3 1,481
  27. Mercedes A-Class 1,396
  28. Peugeot 3008 1,361
  29. Ford Focus 1,333
  30. Audi Q3 1,319
  31. Fiat Type 1,319
  32. Renault Kadjar 1,273
  33. Citroën C3 Aircross 1,259
  34. Ford Kuga 1,249
  35. Nissan Qashqai 1,198
  36. Opel Crossland X 1,185
  37. Toyota C-HR 1,142
  38. BMW X1 1,118
  39. Opel Grandland X 1,051
  40. Volvo XC40 1,020
  41. BMW 1 Series 986
  42. Suzuki Ignis 980
  43. MINI Countryman 875
  44. Suzuki Swift 864
  45. Toyota RAV4 848
  46. Hyundai Kona 839
  47. Hyundai Tucson 833
  48. VW Up! 825
  49. Hyundai i10 822
  50. Toyota Corolla 812

The model ranking shows important changes in some vehicles, especially the local one Fiat. Beyond the good work of Panda, it is necessary to mention the bad data registered by the 500L and Type that fall well beyond the usual Top10.

Sales June 2020, Italy: 23.1% drop

Renault on the other hand it manages to survive with the Captur and Clio, being models of great importance in recent months. He KadjarDiscreetly, it also manages to make an important place in the C-SUV segment. Well Ford with the Cougar and EcoSport, Besides of Party who has gone up some positions.

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