13 July 2016

Greece Sales - Brand / Jan-Jun 2016


June was down 1.1% but YTD is up 9.9%. Sales are miniscule compared to years gone by but the economy is very different now in Greece. Toyota took top spot in 2013 and is currently fighting off Nissan to remain there. Many of the better selling makes did well, including BMW which moved into the top ten. Mazda pulled out of Greece in 2013, but is back, although it has never been a major brand here.


15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-


1 1 Toyota 5,481 11.6% -1%
+20% or

3 2 Nissan 5,115 10.8% 26%
more

4 3 Opel 4,071 8.6% 8%


2 4 VW 3,941 8.3% -7%
+1 to +19%

5 5 Peugeot 3,902 8.2% 28%


8 6 Fiat 2,872 6.1% 25%
-19 to 0%

6 7 Suzuki 2,595 5.5% 3%


12 8 BMW 2,387 5.0% 27%
-20% or

9 9 Mercedes 2,288 4.8% 2%
less

7 10 Citroën 2,163 4.6% -8%


10 11 Ford 2,149 4.5% -3%


13 12 Renault 1,736 3.7% -1%


14 13 Audi 1,670 3.5% 0%


17 14 Seat 1,144 2.4% 13%


16 15 Volvo 891 1.9% -34%


19 16 MINI 849 1.8% 5%


15 17 Škoda 712 1.5% -49%


18 18 Kia 561 1.2% -36%


21 19 Jeep 524 1.1% 34%


11 20 Hyundai 456 1.0% -76%


20 21 smart 428 0.9% -7%


25 22 Dacia 309 0.7% 55%


22 23 Honda 303 0.6% -10%


23 24 Alfa Romeo 268 0.6% -10%


24 25 Chevrolet 129 0.3% -56%


28 26 DS 113 0.2% 64%


26 27 Mitsubishi 89 0.2% -49%


32 28 Ssangyong 79 0.2% 474%


- 29 Mazda 75 0.2% n/a


31 30 Land Rover 39 0.1% 73%


29 31 Lexus 22 0.0% -57%


30 32 Subaru 20 0.0% -22%


33 33 Porsche 11 0.0% -12%


27 33 Lancia 11 0.0% -88%


34 35 Jaguar 8 0.0% 113%


Others 2 0.0%




Total 47,413 9.9%


Data source: SEAA.

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