18 January 2014

Europe Sales By Brand : 2013

The CX-5 helped Mazda to an 18% increase in Europe...

Only ten of the 33 brands listed managed to grow in units sold (green). Seven did improve their share, while slipping slightly (blue). The other sixteen were losers on both counts. Porsche and Subaru are estimates as ACEA, who provide the data and I wish to thank them for that, do not include those marques.

Dacia, Mazda, Jaguar and SEAT all managed double digit percentage improvements, while Lancia/Chrysler, Alfa Romeo and Chevrolet were near to or over 20% less.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 VW 1,547,970 12.6% -4%

2 2 2 Ford 902,883 7.3% -4%

4 3 3 Opel 825,030 6.7% -1%

3 4 4 Renault 801,605 6.5% -1%

5 5 5 Peugeot 740,411 6.0% -7%

8 6 6 Audi 693,070 5.6% -2%

9 8 7 BMW 640,463 5.2% 0%

10 9 8 Mercedes 617,244 5.0% 5%

6 7 9 Citroen 601,650 4.9% -11%

7 10 10 FIAT 572,739 4.7% -2%

11 11 11 Toyota 518,546 4.2% 0%

12 12 12 Skoda 508,732 4.1% 4%

14 14 13 Hyundai 422,930 3.4% -3%

13 13 14 Nissan 422,213 3.4% -2%

16 15 15 Kia 337,972 2.7% 0%

18 17 16 Dacia 294,422 2.4% 23%

15 16 17 SEAT 288,620 2.3% 11%

17 18 18 Volvo 230,337 1.9% 0%

21 20 19 MINI 154,034 1.3% -3%

19 21 20 Suzuki 152,345 1.2% -2%

23 23 21 Mazda 147,307 1.2% 18%

20 19 22 Chevrolet 143,307 1.2% -18%

22 22 23 Honda 139,712 1.1% -1%

28 24 24 Land Rover 108,765 0.9% 8%

25 27 25 Mitsubishi 81,258 0.7% 5%

26 25 26 Lancia 74,818 0.6% -20%

27 28 27 smart 65,407 0.5% -6%

24 26 28 Alfa Romeo 64,415 0.5% -28%

29 29 29 Porsche 44,526
-5%

30 30 30 Subaru 40,000
-6%

33 33 31 Jaguar 27,394
16%

31 31 32 Jeep 24,306
-14%

32 32 33 Lexus 23,508
-12%




Others 50,276




Total 12,308,215 -2%

..while the XF (Sportbrake shown) assisted Jaguar to a 16% gain

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