09 January 2013

Car Sales Israel: 2012


Israel had a reasonable year, with a -9%, one of its best years ever however. Mazda was the best seller here for years but has fallen to 6th in two years. It had over 18% of the market as recently as 2009, but now just above 5%. Hyundai has taken over where Mazda left off, now well ahead. Ford had a cracker of a year, as did Kia and Skoda. MINI's sales were pulled this year to be incorporated in BMW's figure. Daihatsu was listed earlier in the year, then also taken off. Were they then added to Toyota?

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 for the major brands.

2 1 1
Hyundai 31,525 -5% 15.4%
7 8 2
Ford 20,101 83% 9.8%
3 3 3
Toyota 20,000 1% 9.8%
8 4 4
Kia 19,226 23% 9.4%
12 10 5
Skoda 11,276 22% 5.5%
1 2 6
Mazda 11,092 -48% 5.4%
5 7 7
VW 9,893 -16% 4.8%
13 9 8
Nissan 9,812 -2% 4.8%
4 6 9
Suzuki 9,540 -22% 4.7%
6 5 10
GM US 8,666 -43% 4.2%
11 11 11
Renault 6,645 -24% 3.2%
15 12 12
Peugeot 6,388 -21% 3.1%
14 13 13
Citroen 6,119 -19% 3.0%
10 14 14
Honda 6,112 -16% 3.0%
19 16 15
Seat 5,887 33% 2.9%
26 17 16
Opel 4,131 1% 2.0%
18 18 17
Fiat 3,572 -11% 1.7%
9 15 18
Mitsubishi 2,552 -63% 1.2%
21 21 19
Audi 1,941 11%
17 19 20
Subaru 1,746 -46%
24 23 21
BMW/MINI 1,679 52%
22 24 22
Chrysler 1,525 39%
20 22 23
Isuzu 1,243 -15%
25 26 24
Mercedes 990 7%
23 25 25
Volvo 712 -29%
27 27 26
Alfa Romeo 486 -25%
28 28 27
Lexus 480 11%
- 30 28
Infiniti 259 -14%
29 31 29
Ssangyong 207 -11%
30 32 30
Land Rover 207 5%
- 39 31
Great Wall 205 366%
38 35 32
smart 181 56%
36 29 33
SAIC 168 -49%
35 33 34
Lancia 155 10%
31 36 35
Piaggio 94 -18%
33 37 36
Jaguar 74 -24%
34 38 37
Porsche 46 -28%
37 40 38
Iveco 4 -86%




Total 204,939 -9%




Data source: Thanks to
Israel Vehicle Importers Assn

Picture source: Thanks to
www.netcarshow.com

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