Sales fall 17.95% in February, says Fenabrave
The registrations of cars and light trucks fell by 17.95% in February compared to the previous month. The figures were released by Fenabrave (National Federation of Motor Vehicle) this Thursday, March 6.
182,657 passenger cars and 63,284 light commercial vehicles were licensed, totaling 245,941 units. During the year, 545,692 units were sold. Although the figure was lower than the first month of the year, the result is higher than in February 2013, when 222,478 units were emplacadas.
Fiat Back on Top; deputy GM assumes leadership in the month
In the ranking of automakers, Fiat remained the leading monthly, with 23.58% of the Walking cars and light commercial market, followed by General Motors (17.32%), Volkswagen (17.31%), Ford (8, 50%), Hyundai (6.85%) and Renault (6.39%). In the sequel, appearing Toyota (4.86%), Honda (3.64%), Citro?n (2.17%) and Mitsubishi (1.83%). Other manufacturers account for 7.54%.
In 2014, the dispute indicates a partial field of Fiat, with 22.18% market share, followed by Volkswagen (17.92%), GM (17.68%), Ford (9.22%) and Renault (6, 86%). In the following headings appear Hyundai (6.43%), Toyota (4.54%), Honda (3.63%), Citro?n (2.12%) and Nissan (1.96%).
Up debut with the right foot
Among the models, the VW Gol held the tip with 14,077 registrations in February, totaling 35,748 vehicles sold in the year. The Fiat appears in the following two positions, with Palio and Uno - with 13,283 and 10,410 units, respectively. The Chevrolet Onix (9,561) comes in fourth place, followed by Fiat Siena (9,329 units), VW Fox (9293), Ford Fiesta (8,915) and Hyundai HB20 (8,819).
In the top 50, especially the Volkswagen Up Released in early February, the model had 2,115 registrations recorded in its debut month, enough to give him 24th place. Noteworthy is also the sharp drop Chevrolet Celta. The folk who once was among the 10 best-selling models, now bitter 13th place.