13 February 2017

San Marino Car Sales - Brand / 2016


This tiny land locked republic within the borders of Italy. Car sales were up 1.2% or 19 sales. Total registrations are well down on what they were a decade ago, but it doesn't appear the economy is doing too badly. As could be expected, things bounce around in such a car market. A shift in sales of even a few units can make quite a difference. VW and Audi are the leaders with Fiat coming in a surprising third.

In the chart below, pale yellow represents a reduction in registrations, pale blue is increase but lost market share. Green is for those exceeding the market growth and finally the salmon colour for those with over 100% increase.


12 13 14 15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-

1 2 1 1 1 VW 161 15.6% -8%

2 1 2 2 2 Audi 147 14.3% 15%

3 3 3 3 3 Fiat 107 10.4% 5%

4 4 6 5 4 Suzuki 76 7.4% 33%

5 5 4 4 5 Opel 50 4.8% -25%

7 6 5 9 6 Toyota/Lexus 46 4.5% 21%

12 7 7 7 7 Renault 43 4.2% 2%

13 11 10 10 7 Mercedes 43 4.2% 16%

6 10 10 13 9 Seat 38 3.7% 36%

10 8 9 10 10 BMW 37 3.6% 0%

8 9 7 6 11 Land Rover 30 2.9% -32%

9 13 13 12 12 Ford 29 2.8% -3%

26 19 20 8 13 Chrysler 26 2.5% -35%

15 16 12 20 14 Dacia 23 2.2% 77%

20 18 14 22 14 Kia 23 2.2% 130%

16 16 15 14 16 Peugeot 21 2.0% -5%

20 24 19 18 17 Nissan 17 1.6% 6%

18 21 18 15 18 Porsche 16 1.6% -11%

17 15 17 17 19 Hyundai 14 1.4% -18%

11 14 15 15 20 Citroën 12 1.2% -33%

19 24 23 19 21 Volvo 9 0.9% -36%

23 11 24 23 22 Lancia 7 0.7% -22%

26 21 20 24 23 Honda 6 0.6% -25%

30 27 27 25 23 Mazda 6 0.6% 20%

13 19 26 25 25 Mitsubishi 5 0.5% 0%

- 28 27 27 25 Maserati 5 0.5% 67%

24 29 31 30 27 MINI 4 0.4% 300%

25 21 24 21 28 Subaru 3 0.3% -73%

29 29 29 27 28 Ferrari 3 0.3% 0%

28 - - 29 28 smart 3 0.3% 50%

31 29 29 - 28 Jaguar 3 0.3% n/a

22 24 20 - 28 Alfa Romeo 3 0.3% n/a






Other 15 1.5% 25%






Total 1,031
2%

Picture source: Reggini.
Data source: Statistica San Marino
Text source: RayCee.

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