|Conservative is best for Finland|
Swedes obviously buy more cars than Finns, 1 to 2.89 to be precise. That is especially so with premium cars where some marques couldn't be compared as they don't even sell in Finland, of at least I have no data for them. I have combined premium and luxury due to the smaller number of makes available.
As to why Finland has fewer premium car buyers, it could be their more conservative nature. Which may explain why Maserati and MINI are well on the Swedish side. Volvo having a strong following at home is understandable. From Audi up to Alfa Romeo, there isn't much difference in ratios between nations but after that it blows out.
Data source: Autolan Tiedotuskeskus (Finland) and Bilsweden.
|Maybe too 'out there' for the Finns|