12 February 2013

Vehicle Sales Colombia: 2012


These figures include all vehicles as if we do cars only, SUVs are excluded. To see cars (turismos) only,  please click here. GM dropped 19% in a market down only 3%, which was matched by Mazda. Again, Chinese brands feature as they do in many emerging countries.

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.

1 1 1
GM 86,242 -19% 27.3%
Over 30% Incr
2 2 2
Renault 43,791 -7% 13.9%
13 Brands
3 3 3
Hyundai 29,710 0% 9.4%
29%
4 4 4
Kia 26,931 1% 8.5%

5 5 5
Nissan 25,287 5% 8.0%
Up To 30% Incr
6 6 6
Toyota 15,470 14% 4.9%
18 Brands
9 8 7
Ford 11,212 5% 3.5%
14%
7 7 8
Mazda 10,747 -19% 3.4%

8 9 9
VW 10,330 34% 3.3%
Decrease
18 10 10
International 5,824 35% 1.8%
16 Brands
22 13 11
Kenworth 5,511 103% 1.7%
31%
10 11 12
Chrysler 4,178 10% 1.3%

20 14 13
JAC 3,428 37% 1.1%


12 14
Zotye 3,346 18% 1.1%

14 16 15
Mercedes 2,741 12%


16 20 16
Honda 2,670 56%


13 15 17
BMW 2,344 -6%


11 17 18
Ssangyong 2,326 4%


26 21 19
Foton 1,946 28%


21 22 20
DFM 1,819 28%


23 25 21
Fiat 1,785 58%


32 23 22
Freightliner 1,703 27%


19 19 23
Hino 1,627 -8%


17 24 24
Audi 1,348 1%


- - 25
Suzuki 1,255



12 18 26
Mitsubishi 1,251 -34%



28 27
Chery 1,136 44%


38 26 28
Great Wall 1,112 11%


29 29 29
Volvo 805 8%


42 34 30
Geely 743 41%


24 27 31
Peugeot 722 -23%


30 33 32
Citroen 693 30%


27 30 33
Hafei 659 -3%


34 36 34
MINI 515 13%


25 31 35
Daihatsu 448 -29%


- - 36
Mahindra 446



35 37 37
Seat 423 0%


28 32 38
Subaru 401 -26%


46 39 39
BYD 301 -25%


31 35 40
Skoda 264 -46%


- 56 41
Iveco 255


45 44 42
Land Rover 244 51%


36 38 43
JMC 232 -44%


33 40 44
Chana 225 -18%


39 52 45
Scania 203 361%






Others 1,319







Total 315,968 -3%




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