In Europe in 2015, the most commonly purchased tractor brand was John Deere, with the U.S. tractor producer accounting for approximately 18.6 percent of the 169,500 tractors that were sold within the continent. When looking at companies which manufactured tractors, however, John Deere only came in third place after finishing behind Case New Holland (CNH) Industrial, with 24.1 percent of the market, and AGCO, with a 20.7 percent share.
In 2015, the three countries with the largest markets for tractors in Europe were France, Germany and Italy, which combined for more than half of the tractor sales on the continent. These three countries, particularly Italy and Germany, also had very strong tractor industries with eight of the sixteen most popular brands in Europe originating in these nations. Of the other eight most popular brands, three of them came from other European countries (Valtra, Zetor, and Steyr), while four American brands and one Japanese brand also claimed at least one percent of the European market.
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In the following 3 chapters, you will quickly find the 29 most important statistics relating to "European Tractor Market".