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Flash report, February 2020

10 Mar. 2020

*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 1.2% to 200,997 units in February (ANFAVEA)
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in February increased 1.2% year-over-year (y/y) to 200,997 units.
Vehicle sales in February consisted of 165,150 passenger cars; 28,149 light commercial vehicles; 6,412 trucks; and 1,286 buses.
Among passenger vehicle manufacturers, General Motors sold 32,109 units (19.4% share), VW sold 26,511 units (16.1%), FCA sold 25,158 units (15.2%), Hyundai sold 15,520 units (9.4%) and Ford sold 13,759 units (8.3%).
Among light commercial vehicle manufacturers, FCA sold 11,484 units (40.8%), VW sold 4,826 units (17.1%), Toyota sold 3,127 units (11.1%), GM sold 2,039 units (7.2%) and Ford sold 1,323 units (4.7%).
The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The Chevrolet Onix was the best-selling passenger vehicle in February with 17,652 sales, followed by the Chevrolet Onix Plus sedan with 9,123 sales, Hyundai HB20 with 8,402 sales, Ford Ka with 8,183 sales, VW Gol with 5,944 sales, Fiat Argo with 5,917 sales, and Renault Kwid with 5,813 sales.
The Fiat Strada was the best-selling LCV in February with 5,190 sales, followed by the Fiat Toro with 4,474 sales, VW Saveiro with 3,188 sales, Toyota Hilux with 3,125 sales, and Chevrolet S10 with 1,781 sales.
In ANFAVEA's sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles was down 0.2% y/y to 167,375 units (86.6%), diesel vehicles were up 14.3% from a year ago with 18,488 units (9.6%), gasoline vehicles decreased 11.1% to 5,383 units (2.8%), and hybrid and electric vehicles increased 615.3% to 2,053 units (1.1%).
According to the president of Fenabrave, Alarico Assumpcao Junior, although the performance of the two months has shown a small retraction in sales, the association maintains its optimistic expectations for the year.
"The first two months are affected by the impact of the school vacation period and the payment commitments accumulated at the beginning of the year, such as IPTU, expenses with school supplies, in addition to the reflection of the pause for Carnival", says Alarico.
"Therefore, we consider the performance of the first two months to be normal and unsurprising in relation to our projections, which are maintained at an overall growth of around 10% for 2020.”


Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Feb. 2020 Feb. 2019 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2020
Jan.-Feb.
2019
Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 165,150 162,538 1.6% 319,731 326,331 -2.0%
Light Commercial Vehicles 28,149 27,735 1.5% 58,250 55,151 5.6%
Trucks 6,412 6,876 -6.7% 13,697 13,863 -1.2%
Buses 1,286 1,492 -13.8% 2,778 3,090 -10.1%
Total 200,997 198,641 1.2% 394,456 398,435 -1.0%
Export Passenger Cars 32,079 33,482 -4.2% 49,524 54,967 -9.9%
Light Commercial Vehicles 4,265 5,511 -22.6% 6,210 8,192 -24.2%
Trucks 897 806 11.3% 1,790 1,326 35.0%
Buses 436 711 -38.7% 702 1,059 -33.7%
Total 37,677 40,510 -7.0% 58,226 65,544 -11.2%
Production Passenger Cars 173,261 217,812 -20.5% 335,637 384,007 -12.6%
Light Commercial Vehicles 19,255 27,970 -31.2% 40,015 52,190 -23.3%
Trucks 9,125 9,631 -5.3% 16,294 16,442 -0.9%
Buses 2,556 2,526 1.2% 3,982 4,445 -10.4%
Total 204,197 257,939 -20.8% 395,928 457,084 -13.4%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)

Sales of new passenger cars
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
GM 32,109 19.4% 31,051 19.1% 3.4% 64,517 20.2% 64,183 19.7% 0.5%
VW 26,511 16.1% 21,307 13.1% 24.4% 51,150 16.0% 44,917 13.8% 13.9%
FCA 25,158 15.2% 26,516 16.3% -5.1% 47,623 14.9% 51,309 15.7% -7.2%
 - Fiat 15,061 9.1% 17,396 10.7% -13.4% 28,844 9.0% 33,251 10.2% -13.3%
 - Jeep 10,086 6.1% 9,093 5.6% 10.9% 18,752 5.9% 18,005 5.5% 4.1%
 - Dodge 10 0.0% 26 0.0% -61.5% 25 0.0% 48 0.0% -47.9%
 - Chrysler 1 0.0% 1 0.0% 0.0% 2 0.0% 5 0.0% -60.0%
Hyundai 15,520 9.4% 14,155 8.7% 9.6% 27,880 8.7% 26,708 8.2% 4.4%
Ford 13,759 8.3% 14,125 8.7% -2.6% 26,553 8.3% 28,848 8.8% -8.0%
Renault 13,274 8.0% 14,297 8.8% -7.2% 26,904 8.4% 28,848 8.8% -6.7%
Toyota 11,751 7.1% 11,395 7.0% 3.1% 23,641 7.4% 24,616 7.5% -4.0%
 - Toyota 11,641 7.0% 11,330 7.0% 2.7% 23,445 7.3% 24,469 7.5% -4.2%
 - Lexus 110 0.1% 65 0.0% 69.2% 196 0.1% 147 0.0% 33.3%
Honda 8,722 5.3% 11,212 6.9% -22.2% 17,134 5.4% 21,100 6.5% -18.8%
Nissan 7,590 4.6% 6,424 4.0% 18.2% 13,946 4.4% 12,525 3.8% 11.3%
PSA 2,590 1.6% 3,803 2.3% -31.9% 5,055 1.6% 7,095 2.2% -28.8%
 - Citroen 1,712 1.0% 2,315 1.4% -26.0% 3,203 1.0% 4,242 1.3% -24.5%
 - Peugeot 878 0.5% 1,488 0.9% -41.0% 1,852 0.6% 2,853 0.9% -35.1%
CAOA 2,444 1.5% 2,272 1.4% 7.6% 4,686 1.5% 4,329 1.3% 8.2%
CAOA Chery 1,923 1.2% 1,312 0.8% 46.6% 3,607 1.1% 2,310 0.7% 56.1%
 - Hyundai 497 0.3% 901 0.6% -44.8% 1,022 0.3% 1,911 0.6% -46.5%
 - Subaru 24 0.0% 59 0.0% -59.3% 57 0.0% 108 0.0% -47.2%
BMW 1,027 0.6% 950 0.6% 8.1% 1,925 0.6% 1,811 0.6% 6.3%
 - BMW 920 0.6% 793 0.5% 16.0% 1,710 0.5% 1,503 0.5% 13.8%
 - Mini 107 0.1% 157 0.1% -31.8% 215 0.1% 308 0.1% -30.2%
HPE 851 0.5% 1,454 0.9% -41.5% 1,769 0.6% 2,599 0.8% -31.9%
 - Mitsubishi 594 0.4% 1,122 0.7% -47.1% 1,263 0.4% 1,949 0.6% -35.2%
 - Suzuki 257 0.2% 332 0.2% -22.6% 506 0.2% 650 0.2% -22.2%
Audi 830 0.5% 560 0.3% 48.2% 1,236 0.4% 1,328 0.4% -6.9%
Mercedes-Benz 710 0.4% 789 0.5% -10.0% 1,363 0.4% 1,667 0.5% -18.2%
Jaguar Land Rover 689 0.4% 598 0.4% 15.2% 1,302 0.4% 1,168 0.4% 11.5%
 - Land Rover 554 0.3% 439 0.3% 26.2% 1,059 0.3% 881 0.3% 20.2%
 - Jaguar 135 0.1% 159 0.1% -15.1% 243 0.1% 287 0.1% -15.3%
Others 1,615 1.0% 1,630 1.0% -0.9% 3,047 1.0% 3,280 1.0% -7.1%
Total 165,150 100.0% 162,538 100.0% 1.6% 319,731 100.0% 326,331 100.0% -2.0%


Sales of new light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
FCA 11,484 40.8% 11,327 40.8% 1.4% 23,599 40.5% 21,641 39.2% 9.0%
 - Fiat 11,482 40.8% 11,327 40.8% 1.4% 23,597 40.5% 21,641 39.2% 9.0%
 - Dodge 2 0.0% 0 0.0% -% 2 0.0% 0 0.0% -%
VW 4,826 17.1% 4,272 15.4% 13.0% 9,434 16.2% 8,553 15.5% 10.3%
Toyota 3,127 11.1% 2,902 10.5% 7.8% 6,438 11.1% 6,159 11.2% 4.5%
GM 2,039 7.2% 2,820 10.2% -27.7% 4,714 8.1% 5,903 10.7% -20.1%
Ford 1,323 4.7% 1,401 5.1% -5.6% 2,965 5.1% 2,933 5.3% 1.1%
Renault 1,171 4.2% 1,571 5.7% -25.5% 2,971 5.1% 3,361 6.1% -11.6%
Mercedes-Benz 898 3.2% 721 2.6% 24.5% 1,876 3.2% 1,550 2.8% 21.0%
Nissan 765 2.7% 736 2.7% 3.9% 1,438 2.5% 1,139 2.1% 26.3%
HPE (Mitsubishi) 650 2.3% 773 2.8% -15.9% 1,272 2.2% 1,578 2.9% -19.4%
PSA 578 2.1% 512 1.8% 12.9% 1,109 1.9% 1,017 1.8% 9.0%
 - Peugeot 373 1.3% 334 1.2% 11.7% 691 1.2% 698 1.3% -1.0%
 - Citroen 205 0.7% 178 0.6% 15.2% 418 0.7% 319 0.6% 31.0%
CAOA 429 1.5% 51 0.2% 741.2% 825 1.4% 79 0.1% 944.3%
MAN 289 1.0% 254 0.9% 13.8% 520 0.9% 417 0.8% 24.7%
Iveco 288 1.0% 229 0.8% 25.8% 533 0.9% 440 0.8% 21.1%
Others 282 1.0% 166 0.6% 69.9% 556 1.0% 381 0.7% 45.9%
Total 28,149 100.0% 27,735 100.0% 1.5% 58,250 100.0% 55,151 100.0% 5.6%


Sales of new trucks
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
Mercedes-Benz 2,189 34.1% 2,142 31.2% 2.2% 4,544 33.2% 4,226 30.5% 7.5%
MAN 1,744 27.2% 1,710 24.9% 2.0% 3,503 25.6% 3,379 24.4% 3.7%
Volvo 1,051 16.4% 1,183 17.2% -11.2% 2,561 18.7% 1,917 13.8% 33.6%
Scania 631 9.8% 416 6.1% 51.7% 1,188 8.7% 1,369 9.9% -13.2%
DAF 289 4.5% 215 3.1% 34.4% 648 4.7% 420 3.0% 54.3%
Iveco 279 4.4% 268 3.9% 4.1% 590 4.3% 548 4.0% 7.7%
Ford 108 1.7% 820 11.9% -86.8% 215 1.6% 1,770 12.8% -87.9%
FCA 86 1.3% 65 0.9% 32.5% 370 2.7% 136 1.0% 172.1%
PSA 15 0.2% 27 0.4% -44.4% 42 0.3% 50 0.4% -16.0%
 - Peugeot 10 0.2% 16 0.2% -37.5% 20 0.1% 33 0.2% -39.4%
 - Citroen 5 0.1% 11 0.2% -54.5% 22 0.2% 17 0.1% 29.4%
CAOA Hyundai 11 0.2% 23 0.3% -52.2% 19 0.1% 38 0.3% -50.0%
Agrale 0 0.0% 7 0.1% -100.0% 2 0.0% 9 0.1% -77.8%
Others 9 0.1% 0 0.0% -% 15 0.1% 1 0.0% 1400.0%
Total 6,412 100.0% 6,876 100.0% -6.7% 13,697 100.0% 13,863 100.0% -1.2%

 

Sales of new buses
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
Mercedes-Benz 745 57.9% 738 49.5% 0.9% 1,598 57.5% 1,481 47.9% 7.9%
MAN (Volkswagen Caminhoes e Onibus) 289 22.5% 474 31.8% -39.0% 559 20.1% 928 30.0% -39.8%
Agrale 103 8.0% 186 12.5% -44.6% 316 11.4% 444 14.4% -28.8%
Scania 65 5.1% 19 1.3% 242.1% 125 4.5% 27 0.9% 363.0%
Volvo 42 3.3% 31 2.1% 35.5% 95 3.4% 103 3.3% -7.8%
Iveco 30 2.3% 32 2.1% -6.3% 41 1.5% 80 2.6% -48.8%
Others 12 0.9% 12 0.8% 0.0% 44 1.6% 27 0.9% 63.0%
Total 1,286 100.0% 1,492 100.0% -13.8% 2,778 100.0% 3,090 100.0% -10.1%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)


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Flash report, January 2020

7 Feb. 2020

*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 3.2% to 193,459 units in January (ANFAVEA)
The Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA) announced that Brazilian new vehicle sales (including trucks and buses) in January decreased 3.2% year-over-year (y/y) to 193,459 units.
Vehicle sales in January consisted of 154,581 passenger cars; 30,100 light commercial vehicles; 7,286 trucks; and 1,492 buses.
Among passenger vehicle manufacturers, General Motors sold 32,408 units (21.0% share), VW sold 24,639 units (15.9%), FCA sold 22,465 units (14.5%), Renault sold 13,630 units (8.8%) and Ford sold 12,794 units (8.3%).
Among light commercial vehicle manufacturers, FCA sold 12,115 units (40.2%), VW sold 4,608 units (15.3%), Toyota sold 3,311 units (11.0%), GM sold 2,675 units (8.9%) and Renault sold 1,800 units (6.0%).
The Federacao Nacional da Distribuicao de Veiculos Automotores announced passenger vehicle sales rankings by model for the month. The Chevrolet Onix was the best-selling passenger vehicle in January with 17,463 sales, followed by the Chevrolet Onix Plus sedan with 8,722 sales, Ford Ka with 7,334 sales, Renault Kwid with 6,739 sales, Hyundai HB20 with 6,555 sales, VW Gol with 6,030 sales, and VW Polo with 5,593 sales.
The Fiat Strada was the best-selling LCV in January with 5,419 sales, followed by the Fiat Toro with 5,300 sales, Toyota Hilux with 3,311 sales, VW Saveiro with 3,255 sales, and Chevrolet S10 with 2,403 sales.
In ANFAVEA's sales report by fuel type, sales of flexible-fuel vehicles was down 5.2% y/y to 158,721 units (85.9%), diesel vehicles were up 12.1% from a year ago with 19,763 units (10.7%), gasoline vehicles decreased 20.6% to 4,629 units (2.5%), and hybrid and electric vehicles increased 323.8% to 1,568 units (0.8%).
According to ANFAVEA, vehicle sales was also affected by holidays and the new slab system, mainly in Sao Paulo.

Automobile production, sales, export units
Type Jan. 2020 Jan. 2019 Y-o-Y
Registration Passenger Cars 154,581 163,793 -5.6%
Light Commercial Vehicles 30,100 27,416 9.8%
Trucks 7,286 6,987 4.3%
Buses 1,492 1,598 -6.6%
Total 193,459 199,794 -3.2%
Export Passenger Cars 16,814 21,485 -21.7%
Light Commercial Vehicles 2,054 2,681 -23.4%
Trucks 893 520 71.7%
Buses 266 348 -23.6%
Total 20,027 25,034 -20.0%
Production Passenger Cars 160,088 166,195 -3.7%
Light Commercial Vehicles 22,703 24,220 -6.3%
Trucks 7,169 6,811 5.3%
Buses 1,426 1,919 -25.7%
Total 191,386 199,145 -3.9%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)

Sales of new passenger cars
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
GM 32,408 21.0% 33,132 20.2% -2.2%
VW 24,639 15.9% 23,610 14.4% 4.4%
FCA 22,465 14.5% 24,793 15.1% -9.4%
 - Fiat 13,783 8.9% 15,855 9.7% -13.1%
 - Jeep 8,666 5.6% 8,912 5.4% -2.8%
 - Dodge 15 0.0% 22 0.0% -31.8%
 - Chrysler 1 0.0% 4 0.0% -75.0%
Renault 13,630 8.8% 14,551 8.9% -6.3%
Ford 12,794 8.3% 14,723 9.0% -13.1%
Hyundai 12,360 8.0% 12,553 7.7% -1.5%
Toyota 11,890 7.7% 13,221 8.1% -10.1%
 - Toyota 11,804 7.6% 13,139 8.0% -10.2%
 - Lexus 86 0.1% 82 0.1% 4.9%
Honda 8,412 5.4% 9,888 6.0% -14.9%
Nissan 6,356 4.1% 6,101 3.7% 4.2%
PSA 2,465 1.6% 3,292 2.0% -25.1%
 - Citroen 1,491 1.0% 1,927 1.2% -22.6%
 - Peugeot 974 0.6% 1,365 0.8% -28.6%
CAOA 2,242 1.5% 2,057 1.3% 9.0%
CAOA Chery 1,684 1.1% 998 0.6% 68.7%
 - Hyundai 525 0.3% 1,010 0.6% -48.0%
 - Subaru 33 0.0% 49 0.0% -32.7%
HPE 918 0.6% 1,145 0.7% -19.8%
 - Mitsubishi 669 0.4% 827 0.5% -19.1%
 - Suzuki 249 0.2% 318 0.2% -21.7%
BMW 893 0.6% 861 0.5% 3.7%
 - BMW 790 0.5% 710 0.4% 11.3%
 - Mini 103 0.1% 151 0.1% -31.8%
Mercedes-Benz 653 0.4% 878 0.5% -25.6%
Jaguar Land Rover 617 0.4% 570 0.3% 8.2%
 - Land Rover 505 0.3% 442 0.3% 14.3%
 - Jaguar 112 0.1% 128 0.1% -12.5%
Audi 406 0.3% 768 0.5% -47.1%
Others 1,433 0.9% 1,650 1.0% -13.2%
Total 154,581 100.0% 163,793 100.0% -5.6%


Sales of new light commercial vehicles
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
FCA 12,115 40.2% 10,314 37.6% 17.5%
 - Fiat 12,115 40.2% 10,314 37.6% 17.5%
VW 4,608 15.3% 4,281 15.6% 7.6%
Toyota 3,311 11.0% 3,257 11.9% 1.7%
GM 2,675 8.9% 3,083 11.2% -13.2%
Renault 1,800 6.0% 1,790 6.5% 0.6%
Ford 1,642 5.5% 1,532 5.6% 7.2%
Mercedes-Benz 978 3.2% 829 3.0% 18.0%
Nissan 673 2.2% 403 1.5% 67.0%
HPE (Mitsubishi) 622 2.1% 805 2.9% -22.7%
PSA 531 1.8% 505 1.8% 5.1%
 - Peugeot 318 1.1% 364 1.3% -12.6%
 - Citroen 213 0.7% 141 0.5% 51.1%
CAOA 396 1.3% 28 0.1% 1314.3%
Iveco 245 0.8% 211 0.8% 16.1%
MAN 231 0.8% 163 0.6% 41.7%
Others 273 0.9% 215 0.8% 27.0%
Total 30,100 100.0% 27,416 100.0% 9.8%


Sales of new trucks
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
Mercedes-Benz 2,355 32.3% 2,084 29.8% 13.0%
MAN 1,759 24.1% 1,669 23.9% 5.4%
Volvo 1,510 20.7% 734 10.5% 105.7%
Scania 557 7.6% 953 13.6% -41.6%
DAF 359 4.9% 205 2.9% 75.1%
Iveco 311 4.3% 280 4.0% 11.1%
FCA 284 3.9% 71 1.0% 300.0%
Ford 107 1.5% 950 13.6% -88.7%
PSA 27 0.4% 23 0.3% 17.4%
 - Citroen 17 0.2% 6 0.1% 183.3%
 - Peugeot 10 0.1% 17 0.2% -41.2%
CAOA Hyundai 8 0.1% 15 0.2% -46.7%
Agrale 2 0.0% 2 0.0% 0.0%
Others 7 0.1% 1 0.0% 600.0%
Total 7,286 100.0% 6,987 100.0% 4.3%

 

Sales of new buses
Maker/Brand 2020 2019 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
Mercedes-Benz 853 57.2% 743 46.5% 14.8%
MAN (Volkswagen Caminhoes e Onibus) 270 18.1% 454 28.4% -40.5%
Agrale 213 14.3% 258 16.1% -17.4%
Scania 60 4.0% 8 0.5% 650.0%
Volvo 53 3.6% 72 4.5% -26.4%
Iveco 11 0.7% 48 3.0% -77.1%
Others 32 2.1% 15 0.9% 113.3%
Total 1,492 100.0% 1,598 100.0% -6.6%
Source: Associacao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veiculos Automotores (ANFAVEA)



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