12 January 2014

Serbia Car Sales : 2013

The Capital Belgrade

Serbia has had it's sixth consecutive drop in car sales, from 56,000 in 2007 to 22,000 in 2013. Clearly that reflects economic realities in many parts of Europe. A slowdown of the government's austerity measures may see the economy grow slightly in 2014, but that probably means another challenging year for car sales here.

Skoda enjoyed its second year at the top of the market. FAS, a local brand owned by Fiat and was formerly known as Zastava, came in second and had good growth. There were some sizable reductions in cars sold for some brands.


11 12 13
Sales Shr +/-

2 1 1 Skoda 3,925 17.8% 7%

1 2 2 FAS 3,453 15.7% 49%

4 4 3 Hyundai 1,917 8.7% 4%

7 3 4 VW 1,427 6.5% -26%

6 5 5 Ford 1,116 5.1% -37%

5 6 6 Opel 1,094 5.0% -22%

10 12 7 Fiat 1,029 4.7% 29%

3 7 8 Dacia 1,021 4.6% -26%

8 8 9 Renault 962 4.4% -23%

14 10 10 Kia 796 3.6% -4%

11 11 11 Toyota 642 2.9% -20%

17 13 12 Audi 503 2.3% -3%

9 9 13 Chevrolet 496 2.2% -42%

19 16 14 Suzuki 484 2.2% 5%

21 19 15 Honda 475 2.2% 21%

13 15 16 Mercedes 444 2.0% -12%

18 18 17 BMW 403 1.8% 3%

16 17 18 Nissan 369 1.7% -12%

12 20 19 Peugeot 286 1.3% 5%

20 21 20 Mazda 234 1.1% -4%

24 14 21 Lada 199 0.9% -61%

22 22 22 Seat 121
-45%

23 26 23 Mitsubishi 121
38%

31 30 24 smart 113
131%

27 27 25 Volvo 86
9%

26 24 26 Land Rover 68
-36%

29 23 27 MINI 66
-44%

28 28 28 Jeep 45
-24%

30 29 29 Alfa Romeo 44
-14%

34 31 30 Lancia 27
-16%

32 32 31 Subaru 26
13%

38 - 32 Isuzu 24


33 34 33 Porsche 22
38%




Other 9






22,047
-6%

Data source: Thanks to Vrele Gume

The Fiat 500L made in Serbia

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