02 July 2016

Sweden Sales - Brand / Jan-Jun 2016


Total sales up 11.7%, another European market that is increasing. BMW didn't have to do much to jump from 5th to 3rd. Mercedes-Benz and Renault did well to, as did Fiat and Mazda. Jaguar has been a very small marque in Europe but it has already easily exceeded 2015 in just six months (by 41.5% to be precise) and is 160% up in market share compared to the 2015 calendar year.

Things haven't gone so well for Mitsubishi, with a 42% fall. Chevrolet is now basically just US sourced cars after the Korean connection was killed off. For now I have kept them apart from GM US (read Cadillac) but may combine them by year's end.


15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-


1 1 Volvo 37544 20.0% -3%
+20% or

2 2 VW 27394 14.6% -3%
more

5 3 BMW 11138 5.9% 4%


4 4 Audi 11027 5.9% -1%
+1 to +19%

3 5 Toyota 10783 5.7% -3%


6 6 Kia 10740 5.7% 9%
-9 to 0%

8 7 Mercedes 8574 4.6% 12%


7 8 Škoda 8314 4.4% 1%
-10% or

10 9 Renault 6988 3.7% 14%
less

9 10 Ford 6442 3.4% -4%


12 11 Peugeot 5462 2.9% 8%


11 12 Nissan 5288 2.8% -8%


13 13 Hyundai 5153 2.7% 4%


14 14 Fiat 4361 2.3% 20%


15 15 Opel 4007 2.1% 12%


17 16 Mazda 3657 1.9% 21%


21 17 Seat 2743 1.5% 19%


18 18 Subaru 2577 1.4% -13%


20 19 Dacia 2544 1.4% 7%


19 20 Citroën 2377 1.3% -17%


22 21 Honda 2195 1.2% 13%


16 22 Mitsubishi 2059 1.1% -42%


23 23 MINI 1296 0.7% -15%


24 24 Suzuki 1224 0.7% -8%


25 25 Lexus 843 0.4% 1%


27 26 Porsche 755 0.4% 14%


26 27 Jeep 500 0.3% -30%


29 28 Land Rover 471 0.3% -12%


28 29 Tesla 351 0.2% -35%


32 30 Jaguar 331 0.2% 160%


33 31 Chevrolet 66
-37%


36 32 DS 59
17%


35 33 Alfa Romeo 52
-23%


38 34 Ferrari 40
17%


37 35 GM US 31
-20%


42 36 Iveco 27
51%


30 37 Lancia 26
-86%


31 38 smart 17
-87%


39 38 Amatorbygge 17
-39%


40 38 Maserati 17
-32%


44 38 Aston Martin 17
16%


46 42 Lamborghini 15
53%


43 43 Bentley 13
-20%




Others 56






Total 187591
11.7%


Data source: Bilsweden.

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