10 January 2014

Turkey Car Sales By Brand : 2013

Istambul - where East meets West
A 19.5% increase was the final result for Turkey's car sales. Looking back over some time, it seems it is a record result. It could have been so good because there is going to be an increase in the consumption tax added to passenger cars of between 5 to 15% based on engine size. This will mean they will then range from between 45 to 145%!

Green shows the big winners and the top three did that, as well as many larger selling brands. Blue shows increase but lost market share and yellow decreased sales.



11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 Renault 96,761 14.6 32.8

4 2 2 VW 88,304 13.3 32.2

2 4 3 Ford 58,405 8.8 24.2

5 3 4 Opel 55,719 8.4 13.4

3 5 5 Fiat 50,256 7.6 13.5

6 6 6 Hyundai 48,122 7.2 10.2

7 7 7 Toyota 36,030 5.4 12.7

10 8 8 Dacia 28,901 4.3 4.5

11 14 9 Peugeot 23,068 3.5 58.9

12 12 10 BMW 20,705 3.1 35.8

15 16 11 Mercedes 20,023 3.0 57.3

13 13 12 Citroen 19,690 3.0 33.8

9 9 13 Nissan 18,417 2.8 -2.4

14 11 14 Honda 15,415 2.3 -6.7

16 15 15 Audi 14,987 2.3 9.2

17 17 16 Kia 13,195 2.0 11.2

18 18 17 Skoda 12,833 1.9 26.8

8 10 18 Chevrolet 12,506 1.9 -32.4

19 19 19 Seat 11,065 1.7 90.4

20 20 20 Volvo 5,021 0.8 -4.3

27 21 21 Suzuki 1,623 0.2 -8.8

24 22 22 MINI 1,557 0.2 -11.4

21 24 23 Mitsubishi 1,488 0.2 15.4

25 29 24 Mazda 1,377 0.2 70.0

22 23 25 Land Rover 1,323 0.2 -16.8

33 33 26 Subaru 1,101 0.2 72.0

31 25 27 Alfa Romeo 1,030 0.2 -2.1

30 30 28 Jeep 973 0.1 21.8

32 27 29 Ssangyong 972 0.1 2.7

36 35 30 Lancia 782 0.1 183.3

28 31 31 Proton 715 0.1 -5.9

26 26 32 Geely 623 0.1 -38.9

34 34 33 Porsche 517 0.1 4.0

23 28 34 Chery 492 0.1 -39.3

29 32 35 Tata 326 0.0 -52.3

39 36 36 smart 110 0.0 14.6

37 37 37 Jaguar 97 0.0 15.5




Others 126





Total 664,655 19.5

Sales data: Thanks to ODD.

Influencing sales for Renault

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