As you can see no mention of how the Japanese and Koreans are doing. Looks like Opel did better than VW.
Ford (NYS:F) led December's declines among mass-market brands with sales down 40 percent in France, 31 percent in Spain and 33 percent in Italy. Opel - the European unit of General Motors (GM) - posted declines of 16 percent, 17 percent and 47 percent, respectively.
Volkswagen (VOW3.DE), Europe's biggest automaker, saw sales at its core brand slump 25 percent in France, 15 percent in Spain and 36 percent in Italy.
PSA Peugeot Citroen (UG.PA) fell broadly in line with both markets, while Fiat (MIL:F) brand sales dropped 11 percent in France, 28 percent in Spain and 20.5 percent in Italy.
Renault-brand (RNO.PA) registrations dropped 20 percent in Spain and 32 percent in France. Its home market is likely to shrink 2-5 percent this year, Renault France marketing director Nicolas Monnot said.