07 February 2014

Colombia Vehicle Sales By Brand : 2013

Chevrolet Orlando

I held back from publishing data for Colombia, because the total 2012 figure dropped by about 5,000 sales when compared with the 2013 figure. However, I could not find individual brand sales for the new 2012 total. So while the +/- figure is slightly inaccurate, the differences will be minor. The figures include all vehicles.

The market is quite volatile, and is made up of many brands. Chinese brands do quite well here, as is the case in South America. GM retained top spot with reduced share, a trend since 2006, when the share was just over 37%. Chery and Suzuki jumped while some truck brands fell heavily.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 GM 75,875 25.7% -12%

2 2 2 Renault 42,990 14.6% -2%

4 4 3 Kia 28,422 9.6% 6%

3 3 4 Hyundai 22,588 7.7% -24%

5 5 5 Nissan 20,257 6.9% -20%

8 7 6 Ford 17,143 5.8% 53%

6 6 7 Toyota 14,302 4.8% -8%

9 9 8 VW 9,447 3.2% -9%

7 8 9 Mazda 9,299 3.2% -13%

28 27 10 Chery 4,421 1.5% 289%

- 25 11 Suzuki 4,339 1.5% 246%

16 15 12 Mercedes 4,104 1.4% 50%

14 13 13 JAC 4,084 1.4% 19%

11 12 14 Chrysler 3,858 1.3% -8%

15 17 15 BMW 2,601 0.9% 11%

20 16 16 Honda 2,493 0.8% -7%

10 10 17 International 2,059 0.7% -65%

21 19 18 Foton 1,983 0.7% 2%

24 24 19 Audi 1,919 0.7% 42%

22 20 20 DFM/DFSK 1,819 0.6% 0%

17 18 21 Ssangyong 1,712 0.6% -26%

25 21 22 Fiat 1,526 0.5% -15%

19 23 23 Hino 1,447 0.5% -11%

13 11 24 Kenworth 1,336 0.5% -76%

30 33 25 Hafei 1,223
86%

18 26 26 Mitsubishi 1,142
-9%

26 28 27 Great Wall 1,040
-6%

23 22 28 Freightliner 824
-52%

29 29 29 Volvo 735
-9%

32 38 30 Subaru 701
75%

27 31 31 Peugeot 553
-23%

36 34 32 MINI 544
6%

34 30 33 Geely 533
-28%

12 14 34 Zotye 531
-84%

37 37 35 Seat 453
7%

44 42 36 Land Rover 444
82%

39 39 37 BYD 435
45%

33 32 38 Citroen 431
-38%

- 36 39 Mahindra 419
-6%

- - 40 MG 371
n/a




Others 4,525 1.5%




Total 294,928
-6.7%

Data source: Thanks to ANDEMOS.

Renault Sandero

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