06 January 2012

Car Sales Spain: 2011


With new car sales less than half what they were several years ago, it is safe to say the economy is not doing well in Spain. Local VW owned brand Seat is the leader, but sales are spread very evenly. All the French brands lost ground, as yet again most Japanese makes.

1 Seat 73,500 9.1%
2 VW 71,700 8.9%
3 Ford 65,000 8.0%
4 Peugeot 64,100 7.9%
5 Renault 63,700 7.9%
7 Citroen 59,200 7.3%
6 Opel 58,300 7.2%
8 Nissan 39,700 4.9%
10 Toyota 39,000 4.8%
9 Audi 38,200 4.7%
11 BMW 28,400 3.5%
12 Hyundai 28,200 3.5%
13 Mercedes 23,500 2.9%
14 Kia 20,000 2.5%
15 Chevrolet 17,500 2.2%
17 Skoda 15,900 2.0%
16 Fiat 15,900 2.0%
18 Dacia 15,400 1.9%
19 Volvo 8,600 1.1%
21 MINI 8,400 1.0%
20 Honda 8,300 1.0%
22 Mitsubishi 7,700 1.0%
23 Mazda 5,850 0.7%
25 Suzuki 5,300 0.7%
24 Alfa Romeo 5,100 0.6%
26 Land Rover 5,000 0.6%
28 Ssangyong 3,150 0.4%
27 smart 2,950 0.4%
29 Chrysler 2,600 0.3%
30 Lexus 2,600 0.3%
Otras 7,200 0.9%
Totale 809,950 17.8% decrease.

Winners (relatively speaking) were Nissan (-4.4%), Audi (-6.5%), Kia (+8.8%) and Alfa (+37%). Big losers were Citroen (-27.1%), Fiat (-33.1%), Honda (-31.1%), Mazda (-37.8%) and Suzuki (-38.1%).

This is a tough environment presently and small sales decreases will be viewed as a very good result.

My guess: A very poor 2012.

Fonte: Aniacam

Pics: Seat - Goldcar.es
Citroen: Autogear.us
Nissan: Espaciocoches.com

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