2018ís Top 10 Auto Brand Winners and Top 10 Losers
Jerry Reynolds | January 9, 2019
Automakers are typically judged on sales versus the same time period from the prior year. Now that a new year has begun, automakers are poring over numbers and some will be happy; others not so much. Full year sales results tell you the direction of a car company. If sales are increasing, they are taking business from another automaker.
Here are the top 10 automakers with sales increases for 2018 over 2017, and the 10 that went down by the biggest percentage. Remember, this has nothing to do with overall sales volume, just whether an automaker did better or worse since 2017.
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