07 January 2014

Belgium Car Sales By Brand : 2013

VW UP!? Down actually 

VW maintained the number one spot it took from Renault in 2010. However all of the top five and seven of the top 8 fell back in sales as emphasised by the dominance of yellow at the top of the list. Total sales were the same as 2012, and not far behind the record sales of 2011.

Hyundai, Dacia and Mazda had good times in Belgium, not so Ford, Alfa Romeo or Lexus. Tesla burst onto the market with its electric S model. Belgium is not the sort of market you can get too much detail on apart from sales for passenger cars.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 VW 50,060 10.3% -4%

2 2 2 Renault 45,652 9.4% -1%

3 3 3 Peugeot 38,803 8.0% -3%

4 4 4 Citroen 33,884 7.0% -9%

5 5 5 Opel 33,555 6.9% -6%

8 7 6 BMW 31,607 6.5% 4%

7 6 7 Audi 29,305 6.0% -6%

6 8 8 Ford 25,624 5.3% -11%

10 9 9 Mercedes 24,414 5.0% 15%

14 14 10 Hyundai 18,600 3.8% 27%

9 12 11 Toyota 17,301 3.6% 7%

13 10 12 Nissan 16,574 3.4% -3%

15 16 13 Dacia 16,034 3.3% 30%

16 15 14 Fiat 15,619 3.2% 17%

12 13 15 Volvo 15,145 3.1% -1%

11 11 16 Skoda 15,070 3.1% -9%

17 17 17 Kia 13,242 2.7% 12%

18 18 18 Seat 6,937 1.4% 16%

19 21 19 Suzuki 5,173 1.1% 3%

20 19 20 MINI 5,014 1.0% -8%

23 20 21 Chevrolet 4,656 1.0% -8%

25 24 22 Mazda 4,122 0.8% 30%

26 22 23 Land Rover 4,057 0.8% 3%

24 26 24 Honda 2,850 0.6% 17%

22 25 25 Mitsubishi 2,823 0.6% -10%

21 23 26 Alfa Romeo 2,472 0.5% -35%

27 27 27 Lancia 1,545 0.3% -19%

28 28 28 Porsche 1,387 0.3% -13%

30 29 29 Lexus 970 0.2% -25%

33 30 30 Jaguar 836 0.2% 5%

29 31 31 smart 667 0.1% -11%

34 33 32 Subaru 617 0.1% 20%

32 32 33 Jeep 532 0.1% -17%

35 34 34 Ssangyong 392 0.1% -2%

45 44 35 Tesla 148 0.0% 348%




Others 378




Total 486,065
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Data source: Thanks to FEBIAC.

Renault hoped to capture more sales

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