10 January 2014

Denmark Car Sales By Brand : 2013

Wonderful Copenhagen - a popular picture on jigsaws

A 6.7% increase was a strong result for this small nation that would prefer if its citizens rode bikes. Peugeot was mainly the biggest brand here for many years, but VW suddenly took that three years ago. It has been increasing the gap between it and second ever since.

There are some big movements here, as is often the case with small sales totals. Skoda is flying up the charts, as has Nissan but to a lesser degree.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 VW 24,372 13.4% 20%

3 4 2 Ford 15,254 8.4% 16%

5 2 3 Toyota 14,476 7.9% -9%

2 3 4 Peugeot 14,137 7.8% -7%

11 7 5 Skoda 13,704 7.5% 52%

4 5 6 Citroen 12,467 6.8% -5%

8 9 7 Renault 11,759 6.5% 35%

13 6 8 Kia 10,954 6.0% 0%

7 8 9 Hyundai 8,077 4.4% -9%

6 10 10 Opel 6,474 3.6% -12%

16 15 11 Nissan 6,098 3.3% 36%

14 14 12 Audi 6,044 3.3% 16%

12 11 13 Fiat 5,901 3.2% -20%

10 12 14 Suzuki 5,486 3.0% -15%

9 13 15 Chevrolet 4,953 2.7% -19%

20 16 16 Seat 4,938 2.7% 35%

17 17 17 Mercedes 4,278 2.3% 18%

18 18 18 BMW 3,959 2.2% 36%

15 19 19 Mazda 3,205 1.8% 16%

19 21 20 Volvo 1,717 0.9% 4%

21 20 21 Honda 1,701 0.9% -19%

- - 22 Dacia 684

24 24 23 MINI 491
44%

23 22 24 Alfa Romeo 324
-31%

27 26 25 Subaru 117
129%



26 Tesla 112
833%

25 25 27 smart 100
-48%

22 23 28 Mitsubishi 86
-80%

28 27 29 Land Rover 74
61%

30 30 30 Porsche 34
-3%

31 29 31 Jaguar 32
-11%

29 28 32 Lexus 21
-46%




Others 169





Total 182,198 7%

Data source: Thanks to Bilimp.

VW UP! top in Denmark

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