- Segment down 2% YTD, stable at 3,3% share of the European new car market.
- Mercedes-Benz GLC holds on to the top spot of the segment, although this is including sales of the GLC Coupe
- BMW is now the best selling brand in the segment, with 78.500 combined sales of the X3 and X4. BMW is also the big winner, gaining 5,9 percentage points of share
- The Germans are much less dominant in SUVs than in sedans, with just 55,7% share of the segment , including Porsche. Jaguar-Land Rover holds 16,4%, Volvo holds 14,2%, and even DS is more than just a niche player at 5,3%, outselling the Alfa Romeo Stelvio
- The Audi Q5 is unable to fight for the segment lead, stuck in 4thplace, but selling more than double of its nearest rival
- The Range Rover Velar is already losing steam at -18% YTD, with the Porsche Macan breathing down its neck
- The Jaguar F-Pace loses 21% so far this year and is out of the top-10 but remains ahead of the Lexus NX
- In the EV ranking, the Jaguar I-Pace is joined by the Mercedes-Benz EQC in September