18 January 2013

Car Sales By Brand In Europe: 2012


These figures exclude Russia and Porsche is a close estimate. A few brands such as Subaru are not released so I avoided guessing. Brands with a green background means they increased sales, a mauve background a sales decrease but market share growth and yellow equals decrease sales and reduced market share too. Renault had the biggest volume loss (-232,000), while Mitsubishi the largest percentage drop (-33%). Land Rover enjoyed the strongest percentage increase (+35%) while Kia had the biggest unit increase (+43,000).

The first three columns show 2010 to 2012 ranking, the second column in from the right is increase or decrease, and the extreme right shows market share.

1 1 1
VW 1,607,472 -4% 12.8%
3 2 2
Ford 939,409 -13% 7.5%
4 4 3
Opel 834,790 -16% 6.7%
2 3 4
Renault 813,278 -22% 6.5%
5 5 5
Peugeot 793,052 -13% 6.3%
8 8 6
Audi 704,219 4% 5.6%
6 6 7
Citroen 671,957 -13% 5.4%
9 9 8
BMW 641,083 0% 5.1%
10 10 9
Mercedes 586,631 -1% 4.7%
7 7 10
Fiat 581,885 -15% 4.6%
11 11 11
Toyota 514,840 -2% 4.1%
12 12 12
Skoda 491,951 2% 3.9%
13 13 13
Nissan 432,411 -6% 3.5%
14 14 14
Hyundai 432,240 9% 3.5%
17 16 15
Kia 337,466 15% 2.7%
15 15 16
Seat 260,464 -14% 2.1%
16 18 17
Dacia 239,546 -5% 1.9%
18 17 18
Volvo 232,186 -9% 1.9%
22 20 19
Chevrolet 172,077 -3% 1.4%
23 21 20
MINI 158,194 -6% 1.3%
19 19 21
Suzuki 154,446 -13% 1.2%
20 22 22
Honda 141,019 -6% 1.1%
21 23 23
Mazda 124,439 -10% 1.0%
28 28 24
Land Rover 100,698 35% 0.8%
26 26 25
Lancia 93,624 -9% 0.7%
24 24 26
Alfa Romeo 89,962 -31% 0.7%
25 25 27
Mitsubishi 77,226 -33% 0.6%
27 27 28
smart 69,926 -12% 0.6%
30 29 29
Porsche 45,648 9% 0.4%
31 31 30
Jeep 28,263 19% 0.2%
35 32 31
Lexus 26,150 -3% 0.2%
32 33 32
Jaguar 23,685 2% 0.2%




Others 107,675 0.8%




Total 12,527,912 -8%

Data source: Thanks to ACEA.
Picture source: Thanks to www.netcarshow.com

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