30 January 2013

Car/LCV Sales Belarus: 2012


Belarus seems to be a conservative nation to the west of Russia, ruled with an authoritarian style. The country is best known in New Zealand for its shot putter Nadzeya Ostapchuk. Enough said.

Many of the brands here are Russian, often making light commercial vehicles. The name Daewoo keeps popping up in Eastern Europe although the brand has long since gone elsewhere. I presume they are made under licence to GM but built in Europe, so they are classified here as European. The Samand brand is from Iran made by the company Iran Khodro. Overall, quite an open and diverse market.

1
Lada 2,951 14.3%
Europe
2
VW 2,586 12.5%
20 brands
3
Renault 2,067 10.0%

4
GAZ 1,760 8.5%
Asian
5
Kia 1,334 6.5%
13 Brands
6
UAZ 1,245 6.0%

7
Skoda 1,026 5.0%
USA
8
Audi 850 4.1%
3 Brands
9
Ford 656 3.2%

10
Toyota 577 2.8%

11
Daewoo 567 2.7%

12
Volvo 491 2.4%

13
Peugeot 489 2.4%

14
Chevolet 472 2.3%

15
Hyundai 448 2.2%

16
Nissan 408 2.0%

17
Mazda 392 1.9%

18
Mercedes 292 1.4%

19
Mitsubishi 283 1.4%

20
Citroen 253 1.2%

21
Opel 171 0.8%

22
Fiat 143 0.7%

23
BMW 133 0.6%

24
Honda 129 0.6%

25
Samand 110 0.5%

26
Izhmash 107 0.5%

27
ZAZ 99 0.5%

28
Porsche 96 0.5%

29
Subaru 78


30
Iveco 66


31
Lexus 61


32
Great Wall 56


33
Chery 51


34
Land Rover 48


35
Suzuki 44


36
Chrysler 38




Others 71




Total 20,648 +27%


Data source: Thanks to www.domkrat.by

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