1 he, 2 and 3 series - BMW currently has the same three series on offer, which are obviously well received by customers. The 1 Series has its nose at the very front. At Audi, the A3 is way ahead of its sister models, even if the aged A4 and A6 also deliver decent numbers. At Mercedes, customer interest is coming to a head in the new C-Class. But the B and E classes are also doing well.
Porsche is building more SUVs
At Opel The upswing is mainly based on the Astra and Corsa series, but the Mocha also seems to be well received by customers. Ford can rely on the successes of Focus and Fiesta. At the sports car manufacturer Porsche, the two SUV series Macan and Cayenne are the best in February. Seat relies largely on the Leon, with Skoda the new Octavia is far ahead.
At Renault, the main burden is distributed across the Twingo, Clio and Scénic series. At Peugeot, the 308 and 208 pull the cart forward significantly. The Fiat business in Germany rests on the pillars Fiat 500 and the Transporter Ducato.
Hyundai is broadly positioned and with the i10, i20, i30 and ix35 has four successful series in its range. At the sister brand Kia, the draft horses are called Cee’d and Sportage. Let's look at Japan. Mazda can build on the CX-5 and Mazda 3 series. At Nissan, the Qashqai is still lonely in front. The Suzuki program is dominated by the Swift and at Toyota Yaris and Auris are in the lead.