Segment up 8% YTD, gains 0,2 percentage points to now hold 1,8% of the European new car market
BMW X5 untouchable, best performer in the top-3 at +27% and the only nameplate to sell over 10k units per quarter
VW Group best selling manufacturer YTD with 31,6% share ahead of BMW Group with 18,1% and Jaguar-Land Rover with 18% and Daimler with just 13%
The Volvo XC90 in 3rd place in Q3 but returns to 2nd place YTD ahead of the Range Rover Sport, just when the all-new Mercedes-Benz GLE outsold the XC90 to grab the #2 spot for the quarter
The VW Touareg outsells the RR Sport as well in Q3 to take the fourth place it also holds YTD
Audi places no less than 3 nameplates in the YTD top-8 with the e-Tron as best seller in overall 7th place in Q3, followed by the Q7 and the Q8, which is still the brand’s best seller for the year
The renewed Porsche Cayenne outsold all three Audis in Q3 but is still behind for the first three quarters
The Range Rover is knocked down 2 spots in the YTD ranking to #10, just ahead of its stablemate Land Rover Discovery, one of the biggest losers of the segment, together with the Q7 and the Tesla Model X
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class manages to hold on to its 12thplace YTD with sales up 55% thanks to the new generation
The Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe and BMW X6 are simultaneous high double digit losers this year, as victims of the fresher Audi Q8
The BMW X7 outsells its rival Mercedes-Benz GLS by a huge margin, taking a 16th place in the third quarter.
Premium large SUV segment
Range Rover Sport
Land Rover Discovery
Tesla Model X
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe
Rolls Royce Cullinan
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