08 February 2016

Cyprus Passenger Car Sales By Brand : 2015


Two years of strong growth is positive. However, sales of 9,000 is well short of 2007's 23,000 total. It shows how things are improving economically in Europe but still some way off where the market was when it was hot, probably too hot.

Nissan has been a popular car for the last decade, and has a healthy lead over the rest. Toyota managed a drop in sales despite the improving conditions, but they'll be back. In small countries, sales bounce all over the place, so the 2011 to 2015 rankings to the left of the chart show trends over five years.


11 12 13 14 15 Nation 2015 % +/-

1 1 1 2 1 Nissan 1,374 14.9% 54.4%

3 5 4 4 2 Volkswagen 1,004 10.9% 82.5%

5 3 2 1 3 Toyota 934 10.1% -3.6%

2 2 3 6 4 Ford 829 9.0% 80.6%

14 4 5 3 5 Kia 711 7.7% 17.5%

4 7 8 7 6 BMW 656 7.1% 50.8%

7 8 6 5 7 Mercedes 558 6.1% 11.6%

6 9 7 8 8 Audi 399 4.3% -0.7%

12 12 13 10 9 Volvo 351 3.8% 2.0%

17 15 12 13 10 Renault 335 3.6% 9.8%

26 17 20 11 11 Land Rover 280 3.0% -10.5%

8 6 9 12 12 Hyundai 208 2.3% -32.0%

9 11 10 9 13 Honda 203 2.2% -41.2%

24 25 26 20 14 Porsche 157 1.7% 51.0%

16 16 17 17 15 Suzuki 148 1.6% 35.8%

10 10 11 14 16 Peugeot 128 1.4% -26.4%

23 20 19 17 17 Citroën 118 1.3% 8.3%

20 27 23 19 18 Mazda 107 1.2% -0.9%

19 18 16 15 19 Fiat 98 1.1% -20.3%

11 14 14 16 20 Opel 97 1.1% -19.8%

15 13 15 24 21 Škoda 91 1.0% 82.0%

22 23 22 26 22 MINI 77 0.8% 113.9%

21 22 25 25 23 Seat 63 0.7% 53.7%

- - 21 22 24 Dacia 58 0.6% -4.9%

30 26 29 27 25 Jaguar 46 0.5% 64.3%

13 21 27 23 26 Mitsubishi 40 0.4% -21.6%

28 30 32 29 27 Lexus 39 0.4% 69.6%

30 28 28 30 28 Chrysler 28 0.3% 27.3%

35 34 38 33 29 Maserati 25 0.3% 257.1%

33 32 24 28 30 Subaru 18 0.2% -33.3%

24 24 30 31 31 Alfa Romeo 10 0.1% -9.1%

27 29 31 31 31 smart 10 0.1% -9.1%






Other 15 0.2%






Total 9,215 19.3%

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