10 January 2014

Sweden Car Sales By Brand : 2013

Volvo V40 sales increased nearly 180%
Despite a drop in sales of 3.8%, Sweden had quite a strong sales year. It is not that far behind the best years it has ever had. Good news for Volvo was it pulled away at the top, after years of VW steadily closing in. Volvo's one fifth of all sales was the best since 2007.


Good news also for Mazda with the CX5 and 6 models going well. Dacia had all three of its models in good form. Jaguar's success was based around the XF model.

Yellow is down, blue for a couple who did manage slight market share gains and the green shading for those who increased sales.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 Volvo 53,844 20.0% 2%

2 2 2 VW 39,392 14.6% -8%

3 3 3 Audi 17,238 6.4% 1%

5 4 4 Toyota 17,199 6.4% 4%

6 5 5 BMW 16,190 6.0% 1%

7 6 6 Kia 14,831 5.5% -8%

8 8 7 Skoda 12,177 4.5% 2%

4 7 8 Ford 10,771 4.0% -22%

10 9 9 Hyundai 10,403 3.9% -12%

9 12 10 Renault 9,294 3.5% -2%

11 10 11 Mercedes 9,210 3.4% -19%

12 11 12 Peugeot 7,264 2.7% -32%

14 13 13 Nissan 6,535 2.4% 1%

13 14 14 Opel 5,218 1.9% -10%

17 16 15 Fiat 5,114 1.9% 17%

15 15 16 Citroen 4,948 1.8% -11%

20 17 17 Subaru 4,925 1.8% 14%

21 19 18 Honda 3,638 1.4% 28%

23 22 19 Mazda 3,494 1.3% 62%

22 23 20 Seat 2,678 1.0% 28%

16 18 21 Mitsubishi 2,622 1.0% -26%

18 21 22 Suzuki 2,566 1.0% -5%

24 20 23 Chevrolet 2,473 0.9% -10%

25 28 24 Dacia 2,233 0.8% 258%

26 24 25 MINI 1,360
-9%

29 25 26 Land Rover 832
1%

28 26 27 Lexus 717
0%

31 30 28 Porsche 554
6%

27 29 29 Jeep/Dodge 416
-22%

33 31 30 Lancia 376
-19%

30 32 31 Alfa Romeo 230
-15%

32 33 32 Jaguar 199
72%




Others 422





Total 269,363
-4%

Data source: Thanks to Bil Sweden.

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