10 August 2017

Europe Car Sales Jan-Jun 2017


VW has been the uninterrupted leader in Europe since 2005, with no sign of losing that mantle. That said, it is at its lowest market share since 2008. However, with the brands immediately below it not performing much better, it has had little effect on its lead. Opel has fallen by the same percentage but for different reasons. It is trying to return to profitability and the new owner PSA will want that sorted asap.

FCA brands Fiat and Alfa Romeo are both on the up, as are PSA's Peugeot and Citroën. Fiat has passed Audi and BMW, while also closing in on Mercedes Benz. Honda is falling back again after a better 2016.

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. Data is retrieved from two sources which isn't ideal because defining what Europe is isn't consistent. However, any variances are marginal.

13 14 15 16 17 Brand 2017 % +/-
2016 %
1 1 1 1 1 VW 912,132 10.8 -5%
1,720,829 11.4
4 4 3 2 2 Renault 627,846 7.4 2%
1,100,880 7.3
2 2 2 3 3 Ford 580,840 6.9 0%
1,043,295 6.9
3 3 4 4 4 Opel 527,787 6.2 -5%
993,494 6.6
5 5 5 5 5 Peugeot 500,041 5.9 3%
865,374 5.7
8 8 8 6 6 Mercedes 466,062 5.5 -1%
839,779 5.5
9 9 9 9 7 Fiat 465,847 5.5 12%
746,126 4.9
6 6 6 7 8 Audi 440,788 5.2 -5%
830,956 5.5
7 7 7 8 9 BMW 434,266 5.1 -5%
821,525 5.4
11 10 10 10 10 Škoda 370,285 4.4 0%
663,230 4.4
10 11 11 11 11 Toyota 368,982 4.4 9%
606,301 4.0
12 12 13 13 12 Citroën 323,194 3.8 7%
541,896 3.6
14 13 12 12 13 Nissan 316,688 3.7 3%
550,412 3.6
13 14 14 14 14 Hyundai 270,921 3.2 -4%
505,396 3.3
15 16 15 15 15 Kia 251,472 3.0 3%
435,316 2.9
16 15 16 16 16 Dacia 247,709 2.9 5%
421,749 2.8
17 17 17 17 17 Seat 212,720 2.5 9%
350,287 2.3
18 18 18 18 18 Volvo 160,836 1.9 -1%
290,227 1.9
20 20 21 21 19 Suzuki 127,385 1.5 12%
202,785 1.3
21 19 19 19 20 Mazda 120,171 1.4 -9%
237,202 1.6
19 21 20 20 21 MINI 110,404 1.3 -6%
209,209 1.4
25 23 22 23 22 Land Rover 83,338 1.0 -3%
153,071 1.0
23 22 24 22 23 Honda 77,070 0.9 -13%
159,126 1.1
26 24 23 24 24 Mitsubishi 62,126 0.7 -5%
117,216 0.8
33 30 26 26 25 Chrysler 54,230 0.6 -8%
105,598 0.7
28 28 25 25 26 smart 52,525 0.6 -11%
105,295 0.7
29 27 30 30 27 Alfa Romeo 46,150 0.5 25%
66,172 0.4
30 29 28 27 28 Porsche 40,476 0.5 2%
71,149 0.5
32 34 31 28 29 Jaguar 40,137 0.5 4%
68,687 0.5
27 26 29 29 30 Lancia 37,460 0.4 0%
67,225 0.4
24 25 27 31 31 DS 25,117 0.3 -32%
65,657 0.4
34 33 32 32 32 Lexus 22,781 0.3 -9%
44,898 0.3
31 32 33 33 33 Subaru 18,855 0.2 -13%
38,864 0.3
36 35 34 35 34 Tesla 11,974 0.1 39%
15,451 0.1
35 36 35 34 35 Ssangyong 9,697 0.1 -9%
19,082 0.1
38 38 37 36 36 Infiniti 7,721 0.1 0%
13,775 0.1
42 37 36 37 37 Maserati 5,562 0.1 26%
7,904 0.1
41 42 42 40 38 LadaVAZ 2,523 0.0 61%
2,794 0.0
39 41 41 39 39 Bentley 2,139 0.0 6%
3,595 0.0
49 40 39 38 40 SAIC MG 1,994 0.0 -15%
4,194 0.0
40 43 43 42 41 Aston Martin 1,595 0.0 89%
1,508 0.0
37 39 40 41 42 Ferrari 1,556 0.0 3%
2,701 0.0
22 31 38 43 43 Chevrolet 1,412 0.0 134%
1,079 0.0

Others 18,662 0.2
20,410 0.1
Total 8,461,476
15,131,719

Data sources: Mainly ACEA with a little help from Left Lane.

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