12 January 2014

Argentina Car Sales By Brand : 2013

Buenos Aires - I wouldn't mind visiting it 

I must admit, when I first looked at all the green (meaning market share increase), there seemed too many makes had done so. I checked back to see if there was an error but cannot see one. The fact that the biggest seller with a high market share lost sales - in a country that grew strongly as well - was the reason.

It was fiesta time for most, with good gains for almost all. Alfa Romeo and Land Rover gained three digit growth, albeit on smallish sales numbers.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 VW 157,159 17.1% -3%

4 3 2 Renault 140,601 15.3% 18%

2 2 3 Chevrolet 139,598 15.2% 5%

3 4 4 Ford 115,194 12.6% 17%

5 6 5 Fiat 104,097 11.4% 29%

6 5 6 Peugeot 98,099 10.7% 22%

7 7 7 Toyota 53,597 5.8% 19%

8 8 8 Citroen 41,597 4.5% 35%

9 9 9 Honda 12,331 1.3% -24%

11 10 10 Mercedes 10,504 1.1% 54%

15 12 11 Chery 7,827 0.9% 28%

14 11 12 Audi 7,469 0.8% 19%

10 14 13 Nissan 5,689 0.6% 39%

12 13 14 Chrysler 5,116 0.6% 15%

13 15 15 Hyundai 4,794 0.5% 29%

18 16 16 BMW 4,007 0.4% 81%

17 18 17 Kia 2,207
34%

19 17 18 Iveco 2,191
21%

25 20 19 MINI 736
34%

23 23 20 Alfa Romeo 702
150%

20 19 21 Mitsubishi 681
14%

26 21 22 Volvo 608
44%

21 24 23 Subaru 451
67%

28 25 24 Land Rover 448
160%

24 22 25 smart 411
25%

27 26 26 Porsche 246
73%

29 27 27 Ssangyong 70
-5%




Other 31





Total 916,461
14%

Data source: Thanks to ACARA.

VW Voyage, the sedan version of the Gol hatchback

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