26 February 2014

Lichtenstein Sales By Brand : 2013

I visited some time ago but didn't see anything quite this pretty

The tiny Principality of just 35,000 people enjoys a high standard of living and has a strong financial sector. I assume some of the cars here listed may have been bought in neighbouring countries and brought home.

To say it is a strong market for German cars is to state the obvious. It had a reduction in total sales by 8.9%, with the yellow highlighting the many brands that lost sales. VW has been number since where my records end way back in 1998. Audi has been number two for the past five years, supplanting BMW.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 VW 315 16.4% -13%

2 2 2 Audi 231 12.0% 11%

3 3 3 BMW 165 8.6% -11%

6 4 4 Mercedes 116 6.0% -17%

4 5 5 Toyota 111 5.8% -5%

5 6 6 Ford 97 5.1% -13%

8 9 7 Opel 85 4.4% 29%

7 8 8 Renault 69 3.6% -1%

9 7 9 Skoda 67 3.5% -33%

27 23 10 Seat 56 2.9% 107%

14 18 11 Hyundai 52 2.7% 37%

17 14 12 Suzuki 49 2.6% 11%

11 12 13 Mazda 42 2.2% -21%

20 22 13 Citroen 42 2.2% 31%

19 12 15 Land Rover 36 1.9% -32%

22 15 16 MINI 34 1.8% -17%

18 20 17 Mitsubishi 33 1.7% -8%

20 23 17 Honda 33 1.7% 22%

25 27 19 Fiat 32 1.7% 39%

12 10 20 Subaru 31 1.6% -46%

10 11 20 Nissan 31 1.6% -45%

16 16 22 Volvo 29 1.5% -28%

13 21 23 Porsche 28 1.5% -15%

15 17 24 Peugeot 23 1.2% -41%

24 19 24 Kia 23 1.2% -38%

25 25 26 Jeep 18 0.9% -28%

32 28 26 smart 18 0.9% 29%

23 26 28 Dacia 15 0.8% -38%




Other 39 2.0%




Total 1,920 -9%

Data source: Thanks to the LLV.

An Audi spotted without a driver 

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