07 January 2013

Car Sales Poland: 2012


Fiat used to be the top brand in Poland, but a few years ago Skoda made that position its own. It is slowly consolidating that position for itself while Fiat slips back. VW jumped 2 places, and Toyota three after a poor couple of years. Ford was a big loser as it focuses (no pun) on profit over volume. The Korean brand did well, as did Renault's low cost Romanian brand Dacia. Mitsubishi is retrenching throughout Europe with another poor showing here, as with VW's Spanish division Seat. Not good for French marques either. Overall a small 2.5% decrease for the total market good in these tight times.

Below the first two columns show 2011 and 2012 ranking, the second column in from the right is increase or decrease, and the extreme right shows market share for the major brands.

1 1
Skoda 33,543 1% 10.8%
4 2
VW 26,434 14% 8.5%
3 3
Fiat 22,224 -18% 7.1%
7 4
Toyota 20,679 4% 6.6%
5 5
Opel 20,564 -10% 6.6%
2 6
Ford 19,848 -27% 6.4%
6 7
Renault 18,161 -16% 5.8%
8 8
Peugeot 15,963 -2% 5.1%
11 9
Hyundai 15,602 9% 5.0%
12 10
Kia 15,345 19% 4.9%
10 11
Nissan 14,261 -6% 4.6%
9 12
Citroen 13,304 -14% 4.3%
14 13
Chevrolet 10,471 37% 3.4%
18 14
Dacia 10,283 87% 3.3%
13 15
Mercedes 8,358 7% 2.7%
17 16
Honda 6,898 2% 2.2%
15 17
Suzuki 5,989 -16% 1.9%
20 18
BMW 5,592 23% 1.8%
21 19
Audi 5,127 24% 1.6%
16 20
Mitsubishi 4,655 -33% 1.5%
19 21
Volvo 4,637 -6% 1.5%
23 22
Mazda 2,422 -4%
24 23
Iveco 1,792 -15%
22 24
Seat 1,756 -38%
25 25
Alfa Rom 1,458 -6%
26 26
Subaru 1,160 -4%
27 27
Jeep* 1,016 23%
32 28
Lancia 843 90%
29 29
MINI 776 41%
28 30
Land Rov 726 10%
30 31
Lexus 571 5%
33 32
Porsche 413 2%
34 33
Infiniti 187 9%
37 34
Jaguar 185 21%
36 35
Isuzu 132 -20%



Others 357




Total 311,732 -2.5




Data Source: Thanks to
carmarket.com.pl

Pictures: Thanks to
www.netcarshow.com

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