30 August 2014

Belgium Top 4 Brands : 2000-2013

The Renault Captur. The brand was 2nd in 2013

By now, it was European brands dominating. Then once GM Opel went, VW and three French marques battled it out. The year with the most sales was 2011 with 572,200 and the lowest was 2003 with 458,800.
2013 finished with 486,100 so that was 86,000 units down in two years. 2014 should see things improving economically and car sales up.

The extreme right column is the percentage the top 4 got and that ended up a low 35%. That shows how well spread car sales are here. No brand is far ahead of the others.

Yr 1st Sales % 2nd Sales % 3rd Sales % 4th Sales % %
2000 VW 63.6 12 Ren 56.5 11 Opel 53.9 10 Peug 53.2 10 44
2001 Ren 61.3 13 VW 58.6 12 Peug 52.1 11 Opel 50.7 10 46
2002 Peug 53.1 11 Ren 51.3 11 Citr 48.8 10 Opel 48.0 10 43
2003 Peug 54.2 12 Ren 52.7 11 Citr 50.3 11 Opel 47.1 10 45
2004 Ren 55.8 12 Peug 53.4 11 Opel 50.1 11 VW 50.1 10 43
2005 Peug 52.9 11 Ren 51.8 11 VW 50.1 10 Opel 48.8 10 42
2006 VW 56.5 11 Citr 55.4 11 Peug 52.4 10 Opel 52.1 10 41
2007 VW 55.7 11 Peug 51.8 10 Citr 50.1 10 Opel 49.3 9 39
2008 VW 53.2 10 Peug 52.9 10 Citr 53.2 9 Ren 49.0 9 38
2009 Ren 46.8 10 Peug 44.7 9 Citr 42.5 9 VW 42.5 9 37
2010 Ren 58.3 11 VW 53.5 10 Peug 52.6 9 Citr 48.6 9 39
2011 VW 61.9 11 Ren 61.5 11 Peug 48.7 9 Citr 45.6 8 38
2012 VW 52.1 11 Ren 46.0 9 Peug 39.9 8 Citr 37.2 8 36
2013 VW 50.1 10 Ren 45.7 9 Peug 38.8 8 Citr 33.9 7 35

Data source: Febiac.
For other decades click on the years: 1980-89, and 1990-99.

The Peugeot 208 helped that marque to 3rd for '13

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