15 December 2015

Bulgaria Car/LCV Sales By Brand : 2000-04

The Daewoo Lanos 

The data is as accurate as I can get it but at least it gives an idea as to what has happened there. Chevrolet started in a strong position but fell away. Whether the change of ownership to GM from Daewoo in 2001 had an impact or not I'm not sure. It was certainly tight at the top in 2004.

Toyota went from 8th to 1st in five years, while Ford fell from 3rd to 6th. Overall a fast changing scene.


Rk Make 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

1 Toyota 642 885 1,098 1,445 1,974

2 Škoda 902 950 948 1,168 1,974

3 Opel 889 883 640 1,184 1,962

4 Peugeot 1,354 1,180 1,434 1,489 1,940

5 Renault 1,141 1,150 888 1,055 1,749

6 Ford 1,210 609 702 722 1,086

7 Hyundai 445 384 390 611 953

8 Lada 501 504 604 564 930

9 Citroën 958 496 549 553 706

10 VW 348 274 307 300 585

11 Suzuki 463 437 455 518 499

12 Chev/Daew 1,723 801 495 6 418

13 Seat 235 254 174 208 372

14 Volvo 73 100 114 220 357

15 Kia 303 41 43 318 356

16 Mazda 33 3 121 261 325

17 Mercedes 379 209 236 298 310

18 UAZ


99 280

19 Dacia 65 13 57 139 258

20 BMW 37 41 57 57 235

21 Mitsubishi 116 115 98 186 232

22 Ssangyong


88 201

23 Nissan 136 131 181 226 195

24 Honda 17 24 65 100 152

25 Chrysler 77 80 69 107 127

26 Audi 62 83 64 69 104

27 Fiat 277 148 231 185 90

28 Daihatsu



85

29 Subaru


22 73

30 Land Rover 163 128 78 44 72

31 Lexus



52

32 GAZ 299 34 29 71 37

33 Saab 29 26 39 18 23

34 Jaguar 8 10 15 15 19

35 Alfa Romeo
23 32 16 8

36 MG Rover see LR 10 10 2 2

37 Iveco 98 10



38 Piaggio 63




39 Kamaz 19





Others 4 0 2 5 18


Total 13,069 10,036 10,222 12,369 18,759

Data source: SVAB.

Škoda in the fast lane in Bulgaria

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