22 January 2011

Car Sales Turkey: 2010


The Turkish market had its best year all decade for car sales, so things are buoyant economically there. Renault took back its top spot from Hyundai, which fell to third behind Ford. Dacia climbed five places, while Mazda dropped four. Chinese brands are settling in, but Chery's sales drop in a strong market shows making progress into the top tier will take time.

In the chart below, italicised figures at the end of each line indicates a drop in market share. Now for the top 25:

Rank-Brand-Sales-Share-Inc/Dec
1 Renault 75,834 14.9% 28.5
2 Ford 55,212 10.8% 65.0
3 Hyundai 47,572 9.3% -21.6
4 Fiat 45,220 8.9% 52.8
5 VW 39,822 7.8% 48.9
6 Opel 39,768 7.8% 75.3
7 Toyota 38,519 7.6% 62.0
8 Peugeot 18,851 3.7% 36.8
9 Chevrolet 18,061 3.5% 73.5
10 Honda 16,259 3.2% 0.4
11 Dacia 13,230 2.6% 125.3
12 Mercedes 12,300 2.4% 26.8
13 BMW 12,034 2.4% 78.8
14 Citroen 11,462 2.2% 73.0
15 Nissan 11,299 2.2% 89.9
16 Audi 9,656 1.9% 54.5
17 Kia 8,934 1.8% 65.4
18 Skoda 6,332 1.2% 86.2
19 Seat 5,113 1.0% 99.1
20 Volvo 3,276 0.6% 44.3
21 Chery 2,320 0.5% -1.7
22 Land Rover 2,315 0.5% 40.5
23 Mazda 2,253 0.4% -14.5
24 Mitsubishi 2,144 0.4% 53.1
25 Geely 1,995 0.4% 60.8
Other Makes: 10,003 2.0%
Total Sales 509,784 37.4% increase.

Summary: Turkey is on a roll.

Source: ODD

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