19 January 2012

Car Sales Austria: 2011

This years sales in Austria may well be an all time record. It is a nation that prefers to buy European, especially German. The best Japanese make comes in a lowly 15th. VW achieved its best market share since 2001 and best sales since 2000. Renault got its best haul of units sold since 1999, assisted in part by Dacias being included under the Reggie logo. In case you were wondering, 5,256 Renault sales were actually Dacia models.

1 VW 65,150 18%
2 Opel 25,900 -2%
3 Renault 24,000 11%
4 Ford 23,700 19%
5 Skoda 20,400 9%
6 Audi 20,000 12%
7 Hyundai 18,100 15%
8 Seat 16,400 16%
9 Peugeot 16,000 5%
10 BMW 15,600 14%
11 Fiat 14,900 -7%
12 Citroen 13,400 -2%
13 Kia 11,100 17%
14 Mercedes 10,900 -2%
15 Mazda 9,500 -14%
16 Toyota 8,000 -12%
17 Nissan 7,300 28%
18 Suzuki 7,200 -4%
19 Chevolet 4,700 18%
20 Mitsubishi 4,400 17%
21 Volvo 3,600 16%
22 Alfa Romeo 3,200 15%
23 MINI 2,500 33%
24 Honda 2,300 -18%
25 smart 1,400 3%
26 Subaru 1,300 -22%
27 Land Rover 1,000 6%
28 Chrysler 930 -5%
29 Porsche 800 8%
30 Lancia 740 -8%
31 Lexus 380 77%
32 Daihatsu 315 -39%
33 Jaguar 270 -28%
34 Saab 170 65%
35 Lada 90 -27%
Others 440
Total 356,150 8.4% increase.

Source; automotive.co.at

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