03 January 2014

Spain Sales By Brand : 2013

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The Spanish car market had a positive growth of 3.4% for 2013. Good news for car dealers across the country after enduring a few years of poor sales. Back in 2005, there were 1.65 million sales, but that was unsustainable.


Below we see through the colours used for each brand how they fared. Green for market share gain, blue, for increase but losing share and yellow reduced sales. Sections of the market seemed to move in unison. SEAT and Opel had good increase, as did Dacia further down the list at 13th. Citroen and Chevrolet (Korea) not such a good time of it.


11 12 13 Marca Sales Shr +/-

2 1 1 VW 63,973 8.8% 2%

1 3 2 Seat 59,136 8.2% 8%

4 2 3 Peugeot 57,225 7.9% 3%

7 7 4 Opel 54,528 7.5% 10%

5 4 5 Renault 53,465 7.4% 2%

3 6 6 Ford 47,555 6.6% -7%

6 5 7 Citroen 46,927 6.5% -11%

9 9 8 Toyota 36,996 5.1% 3%

10 8 9 Audi 35,565 4.9% -2%

8 10 10 Nissan 34,418 4.8% -3%

12 11 11 Hyundai 30,105 4.2% 2%

11 12 12 BMW 26,815 3.7% 4%

18 15 13 Dacia 26,020 3.6% 47%

13 13 14 Mercedes 24,204 3.3% 14%

14 14 15 Kia 22,051 3.0% 20%

17 16 16 Fiat 20,639 2.9% 29%

16 18 17 Skoda 14,187 2.0% 2%

15 17 18 Chevrolet 12,722 1.8% -16%

20 19 19 MINI 7,575 1.0% 4%

26 20 20 Land Rover 7,301 1.0% 14%

21 22 21 Honda 6,750 0.9% 14%

19 21 22 Volvo 6,611 0.9% 5%

23 23 23 Mazda 5,805 0.8% 26%

22 24 24 Mitsubishi 3,647
-9%

24 26 25 Suzuki 3,104
-16%

25 25 26 Alfa Romeo 3,033
-20%

28 27 27 smart 2,325
-1%

29 28 28 Lexus 1,982
-2%

32 29 29 Lancia 1,684
-13%

27 31 30 Ssangyong 1,674
18%

30 30 31 Jeep 1,295
-23%

31 32 32 Porsche 1,238
-12%

33 33 33 Subaru 1,198
21%

34 34 34 Jaguar 889
7%

37 35 35 Tata 584
88%

36 36 36 Infiniti 282
-7%

- - 37 Landwind 161
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Total 723,936 3%

Data source: Thanks to Aniacam

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