The list below excludes European nations, but there are plenty of countries not listed. Car sales data may be available for many western nations, but for developing countries it is probably deemed too valuable to give away or just not for public consumption. Basic sales data isn't that valuable, detailed statistics are. So freeing up total sales by brand is no loss. It is a low priority in some places I would imagine.
Toyota's domination in so many nations is there to see. It may have modest penetration in Europe and even in the Americas, but elsewhere it is very popular.
|Toyota – 18||Hyundai - 3||BMW – 1|
|Hong Kong||Korea||Fiat – 1|
|Japan||Kia - 3|
|Kuwait||Lebanon||Lada – 1|
|Oman||Nissan - 1|
|Peru||VW – 3||Mexico|
|Qatar||China||Perodua - 1|
|Taiwan||Ford - 2|
|Renault - 2|
|GM – 5||Algeria|
|Uruguay||Suzuki – 2|
For 2011 worldwide sales, please click here.
For 2010 worldwide sales, please click here.
Data sources: Thank to all who contributed by being open with the public.