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Flash report, Production volume, 2017

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Flash report, September 2017

6 Oct. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazilian vehicle sales up 24.5% in September, production up 39.1%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in September increased 24.5% year-over-year (y/y) to 199,211 units.
Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 29.3% to 30,988 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales increased 28.2% to 22,708 units. Renault’s sales increased 94.0% to 19,608 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales increased 9.9% to 9,747 units, VW’s sales increased 45.4% to 4,291 units. GM's sales decreased 0.6% to 4,263 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 17,236 units. The Renault Kwid was number 2 with 10,358 units, followed by the Ford KA with 8,727 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Strada took the top spot with sales of 4,621 units, followed by the Fiat Toro with 3,918 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 3,292 units.
In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 28.7% y/y to 173,628 units (market share of 89.6%), diesel vehicles were up 7.6% from a year ago with 13,729 units (market share of 7.1%), gasoline vehicles decreased 16.6% to 6,065 units (market share of 3.1%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 386.1% to 384 units.

As for September production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 39.1% to 236,944 units. Exports in September increased 52.2% to 60,049 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Sep. 2017 Sep. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Sep.
2017
Jan.-Sep.
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration PC 168,021 130,857 28.4% 1,348,432 1,237,208 9.0%
LCV 25,785 24,209 6.5% 227,647 223,421 1.9%
Trucks 4,540 4,194 8.2% 35,364 38,865 -9.0%
Buses 865 701 23.4% 8,562 9,301 -7.9%
Total 199,211 159,961 24.5% 1,620,005 1,508,795 7.4%
Export PC 47,713 29,279 63.0% 457,829 284,572 60.9%
LCV 8,937 6,586 35.7% 80,207 56,871 41.0%
Trucks 2,404 2,502 -3.9% 21,490 15,257 40.9%
Buses 995 1,094 -9.0% 6,740 6,984 -3.5%
Total 60,049 39,461 52.2% 566,266 363,684 55.7%
Production PC 201,238 139,483 44.3% 1,669,796 1,280,586 30.4%
LCV 26,420 23,831 10.9% 241,659 223,034 8.4%
Trucks 7,599 4,846 56.8% 59,044 46,383 27.3%
Buses 1,687 2,144 -21.3% 16,155 14,482 11.6%
Total 236,944 170,304 39.1% 1,986,654 1,564,485 27.0%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, August 2017

7 Sep. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazilian vehicle sales up 17.8% in August, production up 45.7%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in August increased 17.8% year-over-year (y/y) to 216,534 units.
Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 31.7% to 34,309 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales increased 21.5% to 27,156 units. VW’s sales increased 46.3% to 20,972 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales decreased 6.5% to 11,004 units, VW’s sales increased 21.7% to 5,270 units. GM's sales decreased 15.1% to 3,984 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 18,513 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 10,377 units, followed by the Ford KA with 7,631 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Strada took the top spot with sales of 5,108 units, followed by the Fiat Toro with 4,793 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 4,085 units.
In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 17.9% y/y to 186,474 units (market share of 88.7 %), diesel vehicles were up 19.2% from a year ago with 16,295 units (market share of 7.8%), gasoline vehicles increase 5.0% to 6,746 units (market share of 3.2%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 962.7% to 627 units.

As for August production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 45.7% to 260,349 units. Exports in August increased 61.7% to 66,582 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Aug. 2017 Aug. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Aug.
2017
Jan.-Aug.
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration PC 180,903 148,907 21.5% 1,180,411 1,106,351 6.7%
LCV 29,239 29,368 -0.4% 201,862 199,212 1.3%
Trucks 4,834 4,399 9.9% 30,824 34,671 -11.1%
Buses 1,558 1,216 28.1% 7,697 8,600 -10.5%
Total 216,534 183,890 17.8% 1,420,794 1,348,834 5.3%
Export PC 53,296 30,146 76.8% 408,811 255,293 60.1%
LCV 9,999 8,538 17.1% 72,575 50,285 44.3%
Trucks 2,424 1,499 61.7% 18,876 12,755 48.0%
Buses 863 986 -12.5% 5,745 5,890 -2.5%
Total 66,582 41,169 61.7% 506,007 324,223 56.1%
Production PC 218,585 146,921 48.8% 1,467,117 1,141,103 28.6%
LCV 31,649 25,108 26.1% 216,680 199,203 8.8%
Trucks 7,923 5,211 52.0% 50,880 41,537 22.5%
Buses 2,192 1,464 49.7% 14,468 12,338 17.3%
Total 260,349 178,704 45.7% 1,749,145 1,394,181 25.5%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, July 2017

7 Aug. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazilian vehicle sales up 1.9% in July, production up 17.9%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in July increased 1.9% year-over-year (y/y) to 184,815 units.

Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 13.4% to 29,403 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales increased 1.6% to 22,344 units. VW’s sales increased 3.6% to 17,710 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales decreased 15.5% to 9,804 units, VW’s sales increased 14.5% to 5,043 units. GM's sales increased 12.0% to 4,093 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 15,234 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 9,312 units, followed by the Ford KA with 7,248 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Toro took the top spot with sales of 5,028 units, followed by the VW Saveiro with 3,811 units, and the Fiat Strada was number 3 with 3,526 units.

In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 1.2% y/y to 157,115 units (market share of 87.8%), diesel vehicles was up 17.5% from a year ago with 16,046 units (market share of 9.0%), gasoline vehicles declined 7.0% to 5,609 units (market share of 3.1%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 458.3% to 268 units.

As for July production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 17.9% to 224,763 units. Exports in July increased 42.5% to 65,722 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Jul. 2017 Jul. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jul.
2017
Jan.-Jul.
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration PC 151,698 146,601 3.5% 999,508 957,444 4.4%
LCV 27,340 28,422 -3.8% 172,623 169,844 1.6%
Trucks 4,535 4,684 -3.2% 25,990 30,272 -14.1%
Buses 1,242 1,701 -27.0% 6,139 7,384 -16.9%
Total 184,815 181,408 1.9% 1,204,260 1,164,944 3.4%
Export PC 51,791 35,466 46.0% 354,882 225,147 57.6%
LCV 10,193 7,705 32.3% 63,231 41,747 51.5%
Trucks 2,957 1,880 57.3% 16,588 11,256 47.4%
Buses 781 1,062 -26.5% 4,885 4,904 -0.4%
Total 65,722 46,113 42.5% 439,586 283,054 55.3%
Production PC 183,294 151,128 21.3% 1,243,317 994,182 25.1%
LCV 31,967 32,758 -2.4% 189,228 174,095 8.7%
Trucks 7,202 5,091 41.5% 43,223 36,326 19.0%
Buses 2,300 1,635 40.7% 12,273 10,874 12.9%
Total 224,763 190,612 17.9% 1,488,041 1,215,477 22.4%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)


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Flash report, June 2017

7 Jul. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazilian vehicle sales up 13.5% in June, production up 15.1%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in June increased 13.5% year-over-year (y/y) to 194,954 units.

Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 16.9% to 29,153 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales increased 27.4% to 24,200 units. VW’s sales increased 7.3% to 18,021 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales increased 0.4% to 10,742 units, VW’s sales increased 18.0% to 4,894 units. GM's sales increased 39.7% to 4,455 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 14,923 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 9,715 units, followed by the Renault Sandero with 9,087 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Toro took the top spot with sales of 5,579 units, followed by the Fiat Strada with 4,024 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 3,631 units.

In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 14.9% y/y to 168,395 units (market share of 88.9%), diesel vehicles was up 9.4% from a year ago with 15,050 units (market share of 7.9%), gasoline vehicles declined 6.2% to 5,800 units (market share of 3.1%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 161.5% to 238 units.

As for June production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 15.1% to 212,281 units. Exports in June increased 40.9% to 66,059 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Jun. 2017 Jun. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jun.
2017
Jan.-Jun.
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration (*)
PC 161,176 139,587 15.5% 847,776 810,847 4.6%
LCV 28,307 27,028 4.7% 145,316 141,422 2.8%
Trucks 4,218 4,200 0.4% 21,457 25,588 -16.1%
Buses 1,253 982 27.6% 4,896 5,683 -13.8%
Total 194,954 171,797 13.5% 1,019,445 983,540 3.7%
Export PC 51,174 37,318 37.1% 301,326 189,681 58.9%
LCV 11,051 6,916 59.8% 53,502 34,042 57.2%
Trucks 2,784 1,718 62.0% 13,631 9,376 45.4%
Buses 1,050 936 12.2% 4,104 3,842 6.8%
Total 66,059 46,888 40.9% 372,563 236,941 57.2%
Production PC 171,640 145,713 17.8% 1,057,305 843,054 25.4%
LCV 31,608 31,376 0.7% 159,932 141,337 13.2%
Trucks 6,797 5,570 22.0% 36,021 31,235 15.3%
Buses 2,236 1,824 22.6% 9,973 9,239 7.9%
Total 212,281 184,483 15.1% 1,263,231 1,024,865 23.3%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)
(*) Figures have been corrected. (July 7, 2017)




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Flash report, May 2017

7 Jun. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazil car sales up 16.8% in May
According to Brazil’s National Federation of Automotive Vehicle Distribution (Fenabrave) on June 1, new vehicle sales in May increased 16.8%, compared to the same month in 2016.
The 195,562 passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, trucks and buses, sold in May represented an increase of 24.6% compared to April.
With 191,131 units sold, the car and light commercial segments showed growth of 17.3% in May, compared to the same month last year.
Among cars and light commercial vehicles, General Motors continued to lead sales with a 17.7% share, followed by Fiat with 13.6%, Volkswagen with 12.8%, and Ford and Hyundai at 4th and 5th place, respectively.
The five leading sellers in May were the Chevrolet Onix, Ford Ka, Hyundai HB20, Renault Sandero, and Volkswagen Gol.
Fenabrave projects that passenger car and light commercial vehicles sales in 2017 will increase by 2.0%.
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased 1.0% in the first quarter compared to the fourth quarter of 2016 and consumer confidence is increasing.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type May 2017 May 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-May
2017
Jan.-May
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration PC 163,297 137,456 18.8% 686,540 671,260 2.3%
LCV 27,093 24,892 8.8% 117,069 114,394 2.3%
Trucks 4,105 4,076 0.7% 17,239 21,388 -19.4%
Buses 1,067 1,065 0.2% 3,643 4,701 -22.5%
Total 195,562 167,489 16.8% 824,491 811,743 1.6%
Export PC 59,742 37,623 58.8% 251,217 152,363 64.9%
LCV 10,445 8,488 23.1% 42,597 27,126 57.0%
Trucks 2,377 1,857 28.0% 10,690 7,658 39.6%
Buses 862 635 35.7% 3,054 2,906 5.1%
Total 73,426 48,603 51.1% 307,558 190,053 61.8%
Production PC 196,157 144,488 35.8% 873,561 697,341 25.3%
LCV 31,195 25,848 20.7% 126,616 109,961 15.1%
Trucks 7,576 5,332 42.1% 29,224 25,665 13.9%
Buses 2,132 1,491 43.0% 7,737 7,415 4.3%
Total 237,060 177,159 33.8% 1,037,138 840,382 23.4%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, April 2017

9 May 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazilian vehicle sales down 3.7% in April, production up 11.4%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in April decreased 3.7% year-over-year (y/y) to 156,894 units.

Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 3.6% to 23,887 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales decreased 2.0% to 17,784 units. VW’s sales decreased 12.0% to 15,225 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales decreased 28.3% to 7,571 units, VW’s sales decreased 10.8% to 3,575 units. GM's sales increased 1.6% to 2,820 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 12,689 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 7,934 units, followed by the Ford KA with 6,650 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Toro took the top spot with sales of 3,470 units, followed by the Fiat Strada with 3,122 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 2,895 units.

In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles decreased 3.0% y/y to 134,571 units (market share of 88.2%), diesel vehicles was flat from a year ago with 12,809 units (market share of 8.4%), gasoline vehicles declined 16.8% to 5,082 units (market share of 3.3%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 28.5% to 176 units.

As for April production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 11.4% to 191,069 units. Exports in April increased 48.1% to 58,753 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Apr. 2017 Apr. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr.
2017
Jan.-Apr.
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration PC 131,488 132,084 -0.5% 523,243 533,804 -2.0%
LCV 21,150 25,737 -17.8% 89,976 89,502 0.5%
Trucks 3,469 4,202 -17.4% 13,134 17,312 -24.1%
Buses 787 916 -14.1% 2,576 3,636 -29.2%
Total 156,894 162,939 -3.7% 628,929 644,254 -2.4%
Export PC 50,599 32,666 54.9% 192,074 114,740 67.4%
LCV 5,129 4,601 11.5% 29,613 18,638 58.9%
Trucks 2,469 1,697 45.5% 8,313 5,801 43.3%
Buses 556 697 -20.2% 2,192 2,271 -3.5%
Total 58,753 39,661 48.1% 232,192 141,450 64.2%
Production PC 158,246 142,286 11.2% 677,835 552,853 22.6%
LCV 25,431 22,449 13.3% 96,512 84,113 14.7%
Trucks 5,900 5,197 13.5% 21,648 20,333 6.5%
Buses 1,492 1,585 -5.9% 5,605 5,924 -5.4%
Total 191,069 171,517 11.4% 801,600 663,223 20.9%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, March 2017

7 Apr. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazilian vehicle sales up 5.5% in March, production up 18.1%
On April 6 the Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in March increased 5.5% year-over-year (y/y) to 189,149 units.

Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 11.0% to 27,484 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales increased 5.2% to 21,293 units. VW’s sales increased 4.5% to 19,216 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales rose 2.2% to 10,084 units, VW’s sales decreased 0.8% to 4,237 units. Toyota's sales decreased 14.9% to 3,919 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 14,745 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 10,638 units, followed by the Ford KA with 8,021 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Strada took the top spot with sales of 4,570 units, followed by the Fiat Toro with 4,400 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 3,590 units.

In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 8.7% y/y to 164,203 units (market share of 89.1%), diesel vehicles decreased 2.1% to 13,888 units (market share of 7.5%), gasoline vehicles declined 26.8% to 5,870 units (market share of 3.2%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 278.3% to 227 units.

As for March production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 18.1% to 234,746 units. Exports in March increased 64.6% to 68,482 units.

March sales were pushed up by the fleet sales and agricultural business demand for commercial vehicles, and became first positive in 26 months. March production increased at double digits helped by strong exports to Latin American countries.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Mar. 2017 Mar. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2017
Jan.-Mar.
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration PC 156,934 146,518 7.1% 388,765 400,160 -2.8%
LCV 27,254 26,875 1.4% 71,816 65,325 9.9%
Trucks 4,104 4,843 -15.3% 9,665 13,110 -26.3%
Buses 857 987 -13.2% 1,789 2,720 -34.2%
Total 189,149 179,223 5.5% 472,035 481,315 -1.9%
Export PC 56,592 32,645 73.4% 140,288 82,074 70.9%
LCV 8,650 6,635 30.4% 24,925 14,037 77.6%
Trucks 2,657 1,587 67.4% 5,844 4,104 42.4%
Buses 583 726 -19.7% 1,636 1,574 3.9%
Total 68,482 41,593 64.6% 172,693 101,789 69.7%
Production PC 198,927 164,022 21.3% 518,517 410,567 26.3%
LCV 28,181 27,493 2.5% 71,466 61,664 15.9%
Trucks 5,952 5,661 5.1% 15,748 15,136 4.0%
Buses 1,686 1,654 1.9% 4,113 4,339 -5.2%
Total 234,746 198,830 18.1% 609,844 491,706 24.0%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)




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Flash report, February 2017

8 Mar. 2017

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Brazilian vehicle sales down 7.6% in February, production up 39.0%
On March 7 the Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in February fell 7.6% year-over-year (y/y) to 135,665 units.

Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 2.7% to 20,587 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales fell 9.7% to 16,883 units. VW’s sales decreased 14.2% to 13,688 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales rose 13.4% to 7,840 units, VW’s sales decreased 8.3% to 3,555 units. Toyota's sales increased 6.2% to 2,813 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 11,980 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 6,521 units, followed by the Ford KA with 5,765 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Toro took the top spot with sales of 3,582 units, followed by the Fiat Strada with 3,289 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 2,992 units.

In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles fell 6.3% y/y to 117,500 units (market share of 88.6%), diesel vehicles rose 4.8% to 10,633 units (market share of 8.0%), gasoline vehicles declined 34.6% to 4,337 units (market share of 3.3%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 145.3% to 157 units.

As for February production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 39.0% to 200,385 units. Exports in February increased 82.2% to 66,268 units.

ANFAVEA forecasts that March should be better for the most number of business days, but it expects no significant recovery.? ANFAVEA estimates.a recovery of the automotive sector will only happen in the next quarter.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Feb. 2017 Feb. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2017
Jan.-Feb.
2016
Y-o-Y
Registration PC 111,567 122,362 -8.8% 231,831 253,642 -8.6%
LCV 21,058 19,896 5.8% 44,562 38,450 15.9%
Trucks 2,612 3,851 -32.2% 5,559 8,267 -32.8%
Buses 428 700 -38.9% 932 1,733 -46.2%
Total 135,665 146,809 -7.6% 282,884 302,092 -6.4%
Export PC 52,426 30,249 73.3% 83,532 49,429 69.0%
LCV 11,055 3,912 182.6% 16,439 7,402 122.1%
Trucks 2,122 1,675 26.7% 3,187 2,517 26.6%
Buses 665 526 26.4% 1,053 848 24.2%
Total 66,268 36,362 82.2% 104,211 60,196 73.1%
Production PC 169,194 118,424 42.9% 319,117 246,545 29.4%
LCV 24,519 18,933 29.5% 43,758 34,171 28.1%
Trucks 5,314 5,317 -0.1% 9,796 9,475 3.4%
Buses 1,358 1,509 -10.0% 2,427 2,685 -9.6%
Total 200,385 144,183 39.0% 375,098 292,876 28.1%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, January 2017

7 Feb. 2017

*Data in the flash report may from time to time differ from data in the detail report to be announced at a later date due to a difference in the data source.


Brazilian vehicle sales down 5.2% in January, production up 17.1%
On February 6 the Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in January fell 5.2% year-over-year (y/y) to 147,219 units.

Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw a decrease of 3.0% to 24,329 units. Fiat Chrysler’s sales fell 24.4% to 17,494 units. VW’s sales decreased 10.8% to 14,613 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA’s sales rose 65.4% to 8,340 units, Toyota's sales increased 28.8% to 3,670 units, and VW’s sales decreased 19.2% to 3,522 units.

The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The GM Onix took the top spot with sales of 13,900 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 7,362 units, followed by the Ford KA with 7,079 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Strada took the top spot with sales of 4,412 units, followed by the Fiat Toto with 3,258 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 2,916 units.

In ANFAVEA’s sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles fell 4.0% y/y to 127,106 units (market share of 88.4%), diesel vehicles rose 20.1% to 11,806 units (market share of 8.2%), gasoline vehicles declined 37.6% to 4,678 units (market share of 3.3%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 206.9% to 178 units.

As for January production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 17.1% to 174,064 units. Exports in January increased 56.0% to 37,189 units.

ANFAVEA forecasts that the coming months will be a recovery for the automotive sector, with a reversal of the downward curve in sales starting in March. The 2017 sales will be up 4.0% to 2,13 million units. ANFAVEA supports the expectation that by the end of the year 2.41 million vehicles will be manufactured in Brazil, an increase of 11.9% over 2016.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Jan. 2017 Jan. 2016 Y-o-Y
Registration PC 120,264 131,280 -8.4%
LCV 23,504 18,554 26.7%
Trucks 2,947 4,416 -33.3%
Buses 504 1,033 -51.2%
Total 147,219 155,283 -5.2%
Export PC 30,327 19,180 58.1%
LCV 5,409 3,490 55.0%
Trucks 1,065 842 26.5%
Buses 388 322 20.5%
Total 37,189 23,834 56.0%
Production PC 149,209 128,121 16.5%
LCV 19,304 15,238 26.7%
Trucks 4,482 4,158 7.8%
Buses 1,069 1,176 -9.1%
Total 174,064 148,693 17.1%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)


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