16 January 2012

Car Sales Slovenia: 2011



The car market here has proved very consistent. It hasn't had the recent 'boom and bust' cycle of other countries. They have one car plant (Renault - 200,000 made in 2010), and that brand naturally enough leads sales. European marques dominate, but not premium ones.

Jaroslav from the Czech Rep suggested increase/decrease figure were more useful than market share, which you can roughly tell for yourself. So I have switched to that now. Having both would be nice, but I think too much data can be more confusing than enlightening, especially with the way data is displayed on the page at this blog.

1 Renault 9,200 -7.2%
2 VW 8,000 10.0%
3 Opel 5,100 -2.3%
4 Peugeot 4,150 2.6%
5 Citroen 4,100 -7.6%
6 Ford 3,500 4.3%
7 Skoda 3,050 8.9%
8 Hyundai 3,000 3.0%
9 Kia 2,300 -4.4%
10 Chevrolet 2,000 3.1%
11 Fiat 1,900 -31.7%
12 Nissan 1,700 15.9%
13 BMW 1,650 20.8%
14 Audi 1,400 18.8%
15 Seat 1,400 7.2%
16 Toyota 1,300 -29.9%
17 Dacia 925 27.2%
18 Mercedes 676 -7.1%
19 Mazda 549 -53.7%
20 Honda 487 -24.1%
21 MINI 440 246.5%
22 Suzuki 406 -19.3%
23 Alfa Romeo 397 179.6%
24 Mitsubishi 204 -10.1%
25 Volvo 199 13.7%
26 Subaru 111 -28.4%
27 Land Rover 71 47.9%
28 Lexus 47 42.4%
29 Porsche 44 25.7%
30 Chrysler 33 -73.4%
Others 77
Total 58,417 1.4% decrease.

VW seems to be hunting Renault, but you would think Renault could hold off the challenge. Another good result for Nissan. Yet more poor ones for Fiat, Honda and Mazda. Mazda in particluar is taking a hammering in Europe, something you will see when I post European market sales in a few days time.

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