28 July 2017

Greece Car Sales Jan-Jun 2017


Total sales for June were +14.4% and YTD +6.2%. In the noughties (I 'm not comfortable with that term) exceeding 250k was the norm so the 50,000 so far this year is still well short of those heady days. Still, the movement is in the right direction and we all know Greece has had some tough economic times of late.

In the 70's it was Fiat top, then Nissan in the Eighties and during the 90's Toyota took over during that decade. The latter has mainly been top with a few exception. Toyota slipped this year, giving Nissan a sniff of the top spot. VW, Peugeot and Fiat all past a falling Opel. Hyundai have been all over the place for the last five years so who where they are heading now!

The chart below shows a % symbol that represents market share. The +/- column is increase or decrease based on the first six month's market share of 2017 against the full 2016 year.

13 14 15 16 17 Brand 2017 % +/-
2016 %
1 1 1 1 1 Toyota 5,413 10.7 -11%
9,496 12.0
6 4 3 2 2 Nissan 4,580 9.1 -2%
7,289 9.2
2 2 2 4 3 VW 4,353 8.6 6%
6,430 8.2
16 16 5 5 4 Peugeot 4,155 8.3 17%
5,582 7.1
5 5 8 6 5 Fiat 3,866 7.7 23%
4,920 6.2
3 3 4 3 6 Opel 3,684 7.3 -18%
7,054 8.9
10 8 6 8 7 Suzuki 3,251 6.5 23%
4,137 5.2
8 10 7 11 8 Citroën 2,454 4.9 7%
3,597 4.6
13 11 9 7 9 Mercedes 2,218 4.4 -22%
4,432 5.6
4 6 11 18 10 Hyundai 2,127 4.2 206%
1,088 1.4
9 7 10 10 11 Ford 1,897 3.8 -20%
3,736 4.7
17 13 13 12 12 Renault 1,820 3.6 -6%
3,021 3.8
12 14 14 13 13 Audi 1,811 3.6 8%
2,618 3.3
14 12 12 9 14 BMW 1,755 3.5 -28%
3,843 4.9
7 9 15 17 15 Škoda 1,739 3.5 91%
1,428 1.8
11 15 17 14 16 Seat 1,091 2.2 -4%
1,780 2.3
22 19 19 15 17 MINI 808 1.6 -20%
1,584 2.0
18 18 18 20 18 Kia 700 1.4 34%
816 1.0
15 17 16 16 19 Volvo 681 1.4 -27%
1,458 1.8
33 30 21 19 20 Chrysler 493 1.0 -14%
900 1.1
20 21 23 24 21 Alfa Romeo 301 0.6 -9%
517 0.7
23 22 22 22 22 Honda 273 0.5 -39%
697 0.9
27 24 25 23 23 Dacia 262 0.5 -34%
621 0.8
24 26 20 21 24 smart 254 0.5 -51%
815 1.0
28 32 - 29 25 Mazda 74 0.1 26%
92 0.1
32 31 31 30 26 Land Rover 70 0.1 48%
74 0.1
25 25 26 25 27 Mitsubishi 68 0.1 -54%
233 0.3
26 27 28 26 28 DS 30 0.1 -74%
184 0.2
- - 32 28 29 Ssangyong 35 0.1 -58%
129 0.2
34 33 33 33 30 Porsche 34 0.1 66%
32 0.0
31 28 30 32 31 Subaru 18 0.0 -31%
41 0.1
30 29 29 31 32 Lexus 14 0.0 -48%
42 0.1
- 35 34 34 33 Jaguar 13 0.0 -27%
28 0.0
Others 14 0.0
159 0.2
Total 50,356
78,873

Data source: SEAA.

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