21 March 2016

Liechtenstein Top Ten Sales By Brand : 2005-2015


In the final installment (1 of 4), things were changing here. 2nd to 4th was now controlled by three German premium marques, with two newcomers at 5th and 6th. Both of those newbies are VW owned so the strong preference (or loyalty) to cars with a German connection is evident. Toyota was the only Top 10 survivor for Japanese makes by 2015. Volvo had briefly made the Top 10 in the last ten year period but was 24th by 2015.

Each column after the brand counts the years from 2005 to 2015 with sales listed for the Top 10 of that year. So in 1995 VW sold 343 cars and Chrysler made 10th spot with 73 sales.

Although a small nation with sales around the 2,000 unit per annum, I still find interest in what goes on there. It's good that the local statistical office allows us a glimpse into car sales.

Rk Brand 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15


1 VW 303 297 282 294 233 264 338 364 315 317 342
2 Audi 150 167 170 175 166 179 195 208 231 195 237
3 BMW 167 130 212 181 117 160 176 185 165 198 201
4 Mercedes 118 138 134 142 117 85 115 140 116 104 150
5 Seat







56 91 121
6 Škoda


70
62 75 100 67 78 103
7 Opel 84 87 94 75 70 78 81 66 85 65 81
8 Toyota 158 175 159 156 131 132 123 117 111 92 79
9 Ford 75 67 64 84 78 94 116 111 97 58 71
10 Renault 100 87 83 81 75 72 98 70 69 59 65

Subaru
59

47

57


Nissan 61
60
47 59 65



Mazda 68 61 61 77 68






Data source: Statistical Office of Liechtenstein.
Article source: http://raycee1234.blogspot.co.nz/ (If you are not reading it at that website, then it has been taken without permission).

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