05 January 2011

Car Sales The Netherlands: 2010


For decades, GM's Opel was a sales leader in the low country, but is now back on 5th. VW is currently ensconced on top spot, with Toyota in attendance in second position. Both Hyundai and Kia were strong movers for the year, as was Skoda. Sales rebounded from last year but are still rather ordinary.
In the chart below, italicised figures at the end of each line indicates a drop in market share. Now for the top 30:

Rank-Brand-Sales-Share-Inc/Dec
1 VW 49278 10.2% 29.1
2 Toyota 40954 8.5% 9.2
3 Peugeot 39655 8.2% 33.8
4 Ford 39375 8.1% 7.2
5 Opel 35683 7.4% 36.3
6 Renault 33702 7.0% 42.4
7 Fiat 27132 5.6% 60.6
8 Citroen 24918 5.2% 24.3
9 Hyundai 18380 3.8% 39.8
10 Suzuki 16729 3.5% 24.9
11 Skoda 16294 3.4% 109.8
12 Audi 16089 3.3% 5.5
13 Kia 15640 3.2% 120.3
14 BMW 13803 2.9% 10.9
15 Volvo 13533 2.8% -2.2
16 Seat 12743 2.6% 32.6
17 Nissan 11660 2.4% 15.0
18 Mercedes 11421 2.4% 26.1
19 Honda 7226 1.5% -29.7
20 Chevrolet 7036 1.5% 64.8
21 Mitsubishi 5849 1.2% 34.5
22 Dacia 5402 1.1% 32.5
23 Mazda 5323 1.1% 10.1
24 MINI 2999 0.6% 13.3
25 Alfa Romeo 2738 0.6% 68.5
26 Daihatsu 2029 0.4% -56.1
27 Chrysler 922 0.2% -44.7
28 Subaru 905 0.2% -0.1
29 smart 738 0.2% -3.3
30 Lexus 705 0.1% 28.2
Overige Merken 4303 0.9%
Totaal 483164 24.6% increase

Summary: The Netherlands looks to be a settles market, although I expect Toyota will probably drop down the chart this year.

Source: RAI

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