19 July 2016

Turkey Sales - Brand / Jan-Jun 2016


Car sales were up 5% in June and 3% YTD so very steady. However, there was nothing steady about some of the changes. Renault jumped past VW with some vigour and now has a clear advantage over its rival. Opel moved up four placings with a 10% gain in market share. Hyundai slipped two places and Toyota three. BMW fell out of the top ten and Mercedes took it's 9th spot.

Suzuki sales imploded in 2015 and a resurgence took place in 2016, the fluctuation caused by a change in importer. Land Rover made good progress but Mazda hit a speed bump. Aston Martin returned after a few years absence.


15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-


2 1 Renault 52,517 15.5% 11%
20% or

1 2 VW 43,721 12.9% -13%
More

7 3 Opel 24,058 7.1% 10%


5 4 Fiat 23,005 6.8% 4%
1% to 19%

3 5 Hyundai 22,697 6.7% -3%


6 6 Ford 21,176 6.3% -4%
-19% to 0%

4 7 Toyota 19,513 5.8% -13%


8 8 Dacia 18,133 5.4% 4%
20% or

10 9 Mercedes 14,443 4.3% 2%
Less

11 10 Nissan 13,308 3.9% 8%


13 11 Škoda 13,105 3.9% 27%


9 12 BMW 12,764 3.8% -12%


12 13 Peugeot 10,801 3.2% 2%


14 14 Audi 10,027 3.0% 6%


15 15 Seat 8,583 2.5% 9%


16 16 Honda 7,911 2.3% 4%


17 17 Citroën 7,548 2.2% 0%


18 18 Kia 5,638 1.7% -13%


19 19 Volvo 2,004 0.6% -38%


33 20 Suzuki 1,106 0.3% n/a


24 21 Land Rover 1,082 0.3% 47%


20 22 Jeep 1,050 0.3% -36%


22 23 MINI 779 0.2% -4%


23 24 Subaru 772 0.2% -5%


21 25 Mazda 696 0.2% -15%


27 26 Alfa Romeo 410 0.1% 4%


25 27 Mitsubishi 347 0.1% -46%


26 28 Porsche 338 0.1% -16%


28 29 Ssangyong 259 0.1% -8%


31 30 Jaguar 191 0.1% 22%


32 31 DS 157
25%


30 32 Chery 121
-34%


35 33 smart 65
58%


29 34 Proton 51
-78%


37 35 Infiniti 33
65%


36 36 Maserati 22
-35%


40 37 Lexus 18
197%


- 38 Aston Martin 16
n/a


41 39 Ferrari 12
157%




Others 5




Total 338,482 3.2%


Data source: ODD.

No comments: