12 January 2014

Croatia Car Sales By Brand : 2013

Dubrovnik - A well known town of much prettiness

Over 88,000 cars were sold in Croatia in 2008, but it would be a long time since only 27,000 were in 2013.
If times are tight, a new car shouldn't be on the shopping list. So being fiscally cautious is practical. The nation may have entered the EU July 1st 2013, but that isn't expected to do much for now at least.

VW took the lead off long time top brand Opel three years ago and has gone about consolidating that position. Chevrolet continued its decline from it's all time high of 4th in 2010. The blue shaded brands managed at least market share gain, despite lower sales.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 VW 4,691 16.9% 9%

2 3 2 Opel 2,684 9.7% 0%

4 2 3 Peugeot 2,044 7.4% -26%

7 6 4 Hyundai 1,862 6.7% -3%

5 9 5 Skoda 1,786 6.4% 0%

3 5 6 Renault 1,732 6.2% -26%

8 4 7 Citroen 1,681 6.0% -29%

10 7 8 Kia 1,637 5.9% -10%

9 10 9 Ford 1,204 4.3% -14%

12 12 10 Toyota 1,038 3.7% 6%

6 8 11 Chevrolet 1,021 3.7% -44%

14 11 12 Audi 1,005 3.6% -2%

13 13 13 Nissan 758 2.7% -16%

16 15 14 BMW 755 2.7% 1%

11 14 15 Dacia 732 2.6% -13%

17 17 16 Mazda 670 2.4% 8%

20 21 17 Mercedes 471 1.7% 58%

15 16 18 Suzuki 447 1.6% -30%

18 19 19 Seat 421 1.5% -12%

21 20 20 Honda 326 1.2% 1%

19 18 21 Fiat 238 0.9% -59%

22 22 22 Volvo 164 0.6% -19%

30 26 23 Land Rover 82
95%

23 23 24 Mitsubishi 51
-68%

35 27 25 Jeep 50
28%

26 24 26 MINI 48
-28%

24 25 27 Alfa Romeo 40
-29%

29 29 28 Porsche 39
8%

25 29 29 smart 38
6%

28 32 30 Subaru 27
8%

31 33 31 Lexus 18
13%

27 31 32 Lada 15
-53%




Ostali 26




Ukupno 27,802 -11%

Data source: Thanks to Autonet.

Opel Astra 3rd best seller

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