Brazil - Flash report, Production volume, 2018

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Flash report, May 2018

7 Jun. 2018

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Brazilian vehicle production down 15.3%, exports down 17.3% in May
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian vehicle production (excluding CKD production) in May of 212,294 units represented a decrease of 15.3% from May 2017.
Of the vehicles produced in May, 179,416 were passenger cars; 23,630 were commercial vehicles; 7,423 were trucks, and 1,825 were buses.
Accumulated vehicle production of 1,178,166 units in the first five months of 2018 represented an increase of 12.1% from the same period in 2017.
Of the vehicles produced in the first five months of 2018, 972,747 were passenger cars; 152,478 were commercial vehicles; 40,952 were trucks, and 11,989 were buses.
Exports of 60,749 assembled vehicles in May represented a decrease of 17.3% from the units exported in May 2017.
Of the vehicles exported in May, 51,207 were passenger cars; 7,175 were commercial vehicles; 1,783 were trucks, and 584 were buses.
The 314,086 vehicles exported in the first five months of 2018 represented an increase of 1.6% from same period in 2017.
Of the vehicles exported in the first five months of 2018, 252,483 were passenger cars; 45,955 were commercial vehicles; 11,850 were trucks, and 3,798 were buses.
A total of 1,030 complete knock down (CKD) kits were exported in May, comprised of 110 passenger car, 589 truck, and 331 bus kits.


Automobile production, sales, export units
Type May 2018 May 2017 Y-o-Y Jan.-May
2018
Jan.-May
2017
Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 164,306 163,311 0.6% 794,522 686,600 15.7%
Light Commercial Vehicles 30,985 27,079 14.4% 139,263 117,010 19.0%
Trucks 5,626 4,105 37.1% 26,323 17,238 52.7%
Buses 980 1,067 -8.2% 4,664 3,643 28.0%
Total 201,897 195,562 3.2% 964,772 824,491 17.0%
Export Passenger Cars 51,207 59,737 -14.3% 252,483 252,726 -0.1%
Light Commercial Vehicles 7,175 10,299 -30.3% 45,955 42,451 8.3%
Trucks 1,783 2,534 -29.6% 11,850 10,847 9.2%
Buses 584 862 -32.3% 3,798 3,054 24.4%
Total 60,749 73,432 -17.3% 314,086 309,078 1.6%
Production Passenger Cars 179,416 208,110 -13.8% 972,747 885,626 9.8%
Light Commercial Vehicles 23,630 32,903 -28.2% 152,478 128,324 18.8%
Trucks 7,423 7,576 -2.0% 40,952 29,224 40.1%
Buses 1,825 2,132 -14.4% 11,989 7,737 55.0%
Total 212,294 250,721 -15.3% 1,178,166 1,050,911 12.1%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, April 2018

8 May 2018

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Brazilian vehicle production up 40.4%, exports up 19.5% in April
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian vehicle production (excluding CKD production) in April of 266,111 units represented an increase of 40.4% from April 2017.
Of the vehicles produced in April, 216,933 were passenger cars; 36,783 were commercial vehicles; 9,095 were trucks, and 3,300 were buses.
Accumulated vehicle production of 965,865 units in the first four months of 2018 represented an increase of 20.7% from the same period in 2017.
Of the vehicles produced in the first four months of 2018, 793,280 were passenger cars; 128,870 were commercial vehicles; 33,529 were trucks, and 10,186 were buses.
Exports of 73,152 assembled vehicles in April represented an increase of 19.5% from the units exported in April 2017.
Of the vehicles exported in April, 56,084 were passenger cars; 13,569 were commercial vehicles; 2,736 were trucks, and 763 were buses.
The 253,359 vehicles exported in the first four months of 2018 represented an increase of 7.5% from same period in 2017.
Of the vehicles exported in the first four months of 2018, 201,264 were passenger cars; 38,792 were commercial vehicles; 10,067 were trucks, and 3,236 were buses.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Apr. 2018 Apr. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr.
2018
Jan.-Apr.
2017
Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 178,705 131,495 35.9% 630,208 523,289 20.4%
Light Commercial Vehicles 31,545 21,143 49.2% 108,286 89,931 20.4%
Trucks 6,164 3,469 77.7% 20,697 13,133 57.6%
Buses 926 787 17.7% 3,684 2,576 43.0%
Total 217,340 156,894 38.5% 762,875 628,929 21.3%
Export Passenger Cars 56,084 50,507 11.0% 201,264 192,989 4.3%
Light Commercial Vehicles 13,569 7,668 77.0% 38,792 32,152 20.7%
Trucks 2,736 2,469 10.8% 10,067 8,313 21.1%
Buses 763 556 37.2% 3,236 2,192 47.6%
Total 73,152 61,200 19.5% 253,359 235,646 7.5%
Production Passenger Cars 216,933 157,755 37.5% 793,280 677,516 17.1%
Light Commercial Vehicles 36,783 24,340 51.1% 128,870 95,421 35.1%
Trucks 9,095 5,900 54.2% 33,529 21,648 54.9%
Buses 3,300 1,492 121.2% 10,186 5,605 81.7%
Total 266,111 189,487 40.4% 965,865 800,190 20.7%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, March 2018

6 Apr. 2018

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Brazilian vehicle sales up 9.6% in March, production up 13.5%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in March increased 9.6% year-over-year (y/y) to 207,365 units.
Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 0.1% to 27,509 units. VW's sales increased 25.6% to 24,136 units. Fiat Chrysler's sales increased 4.7% to 22,300 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA's sales decreased 1.3% to 9,949 units. VW's sales increased 11.8% to 4,735 units. Toyota's sales increased 14.0% to 3,228 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 12,918 units. The Ford KA was number 2 with 9,803 units, followed by the Hyundai HB20 with 9,217 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Strada took the top spot with sales of 5,595 units, followed by the VW Saveiro with 3,671 units, and the Fiat Toro was number 3 with 3,493 units.
In ANFAVEA's sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 7.4% y/y to 176,364 units (market share of 88.0%), diesel vehicles were up 20.4% from a year ago with 16,717 units (market share of 8.3%), gasoline vehicles increased 18.3% to 6,946 units (market share of 3.5%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 61.7% to 367 units.
As for March production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 13.5% to 267,460 units. Exports in March decreased 2.6% to 67,488 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Mar. 2018 Mar. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2018
Jan.-Mar.
2017
Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 172,821 158,038 9.4% 451,504 391,794 15.2%
Light Commercial Vehicles 27,573 26,150 5.4% 76,741 68,788 11.6%
Trucks 5,932 4,104 44.5% 14,533 9,664 50.4%
Buses 1,039 857 21.2% 2,758 1,789 54.2%
Total 207,365 189,149 9.6% 545,536 472,035 15.6%
Export Passenger Cars 51,462 57,854 -11.0% 144,400 142,482 1.3%
Light Commercial Vehicles 12,223 8,209 48.9% 26,003 24,484 6.2%
Trucks 2,757 2,657 3.8% 7,324 5,844 25.3%
Buses 1,046 583 79.4% 2,473 1,636 51.2%
Total 67,488 69,303 -2.6% 180,200 174,446 3.3%
Production Passenger Cars 212,595 200,123 6.2% 570,927 519,761 9.8%
Light Commercial Vehicles 42,085 27,796 51.4% 97,417 71,081 37.1%
Trucks 9,947 5,952 67.1% 24,427 15,748 55.1%
Buses 2,833 1,686 68.0% 6,886 4,113 67.4%
Total 267,460 235,557 13.5% 699,657 610,703 14.6%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, February 2018

7 Mar. 2018

*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 15.7% in February, production up 6.2%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in February increased 15.7% year-over-year (y/y) to 156,905 units.
Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 18.5% to 24,403 units. VW's sales increased 31.7% to 18,030 units. Fiat Chrysler's sales decreased 7.8% to 15,573 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA's sales decreased 1.0% to 7,765 units. VW's sales increased 19.0% to 4,231 units. GM's sales increased 13.8% to 2,991 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 12,797 units. The Hyundai HB20 was number 2 with 7,364 units, followed by the Ford KA with 6,570 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Strada took the top spot with sales of 4,137 units, followed by the Fiat Toro with 3,052 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 2,957 units.
In ANFAVEA's sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 13.2% y/y to 133,063 units (market share of 87.5%), diesel vehicles were up 25.4% from a year ago with 13,331 units (market share of 8.8%), gasoline vehicles increased 23.3% to 5,346 units (market share of 3.5%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 61.8% to 254 units.
As for February production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 6.2% to 213,480 units. Exports in February decreased 1.2% to 66,314 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Feb. 2018 Feb. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2018
Jan.-Feb.
2017
Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 129,779 112,355 15.5% 278,683 233,756 19.2%
Light Commercial Vehicles 22,215 20,271 9.6% 49,168 42,638 15.3%
Trucks 4,040 2,613 54.6% 8,601 5,560 54.7%
Buses 871 428 103.5% 1,719 932 84.4%
Total 156,905 135,667 15.7% 338,171 282,886 19.5%
Export Passenger Cars 50,181 53,416 -6.1% 88,187 84,628 4.2%
Light Commercial Vehicles 12,581 10,891 15.5% 18,531 16,275 13.9%
Trucks 2,702 2,122 27.3% 4,567 3,187 43.3%
Buses 850 665 27.8% 1,427 1,053 35.5%
Total 66,314 67,094 -1.2% 112,712 105,143 7.2%
Production Passenger Cars 171,788 170,349 0.8% 352,713 319,638 10.3%
Light Commercial Vehicles 31,816 24,046 32.3% 60,356 43,285 39.4%
Trucks 7,768 5,314 46.2% 14,475 9,796 47.8%
Buses 2,108 1,358 55.2% 4,053 2,427 67.0%
Total 213,480 201,067 6.2% 431,597 375,146 15.0%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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Flash report, January 2018

7 Feb. 2018

*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 23.1% in January, production up 24.6%
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in January increased 23.1% year-over-year (y/y) to 181,266 units.
Among by maker sales of passenger vehicles, General Motors saw an increase of 24.3% to 30,246 units. VW's sales increased 51.1% to 22,077 units. Fiat Chrysler's sales increased 16.9% to 20,455 units. For light commercial vehicles, FCA's sales increased 20.5% to 10,050 units. VW's sales increased 21.1% to 4,266 units. GM's sales increased 10.3% to 3,658 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 16,058 units. The Ford KA was number 2 with 7,656 units, followed by the Hyundai HB20 with 7,436 units. For LCVs, the Fiat Strada took the top spot with sales of 5,372 units, followed by the Fiat Toro with 3,893 units, and the VW Saveiro was number 3 with 3,155 units.
In ANFAVEA's sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles increased 21.4% y/y to 154,302 units (market share of 87.7%), diesel vehicles were up 30.0% from a year ago with 15,345 units (market share of 8.7%), gasoline vehicles increased 26.9% to 5,938 units (market share of 3.4%), and hybrid and electric vehicles jumped 52.8% to 272 units.

As for January production figures (excluding CKD production), units produced increased 24.6% to 216,834 units. Exports in January increased 23.6% to 47,029 units.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Jan. 2018 Jan. 2017 Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 148,904 121,401 22.7%
Light Commercial Vehicles 26,953 22,367 20.5%
Trucks 4,561 2,947 54.8%
Buses 848 504 68.3%
Total 181,266 147,219 23.1%
Export Passenger Cars 38,423 31,212 23.1%
Light Commercial Vehicles 6,117 5,384 13.6%
Trucks 1,950 1,065 83.1%
Buses 539 388 38.9%
Total 47,029 38,049 23.6%
Production Passenger Cars 179,435 149,289 20.2%
Light Commercial Vehicles 28,536 19,239 48.3%
Trucks 7,045 4,482 57.2%
Buses 1,818 1,069 70.1%
Total 216,834 174,079 24.6%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)




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