15 December 2017

Car Sales Lebanon: 2013


For 2013, the 2% increase was down on the previous year. The two top Korean brands continued their dominance, with Nissan falling away from them. Toyota was making a move up and Mitsubishi had a great 12 months after a very poor year before. European brands are quite popular but not among the very best selling makes. Land Rover had an annus mirabilis, over doubling sales and reaching #12 ranking.

The list below is colour coded according to regions the brand is associated with. Yellow is Asia, salmon Japan. North America is dark blue and Europe light blue.


09 10 11 12 13 Make 2013 % +/-

3 1 1 1 1 Kia 9,310 26% -2%

4 3 3 2 2 Hyundai 6,901 19% 6%

1 2 2 3 3 Nissan 4,974 14% -14%

2 4 5 4 4 Toyota 2,189 6% 18%

7 5 4 5 5 Chevrolet 1,184 3% -21%

5 7 6 6 6 Renault 1,065 3% -18%

9 6 9 18 7 Mitsubishi 940 3% 195%

14 13 10 7 8 VW 823 2% 4%

11 12 8 8 9 Mercedes 743 2% 6%

16 14 11 11 10 Audi 681 2% 19%

6 8 7 10 11 Peugeot 614 2% -1%

25 21 21 20 12 Land Rover 607 2% 109%

12 9 13 12 13 Mazda 586 2% 16%

23 20 17 14 14 Dacia 562 2% 35%

10 11 12 15 15 Honda 529 1% 30%

8 10 14 9 16 BMW 428 1% -36%

38 36 41 21 17 Geely 361 1% 37%

17 16 16 17 18 Suzuki 338 1% -1%

24 27 20 16 19 Chrysler 325 1% -8%

19 19 18 19 20 Porsche 286 1% -4%

30 29 25 26 21 Ford 277 1% 70%

15 15 15 13 22 Seat 236 1% -44%

28 23 27 28 23 Subaru 218 1% 66%

13 18 22 22 24 GM US 205 1% -13%

21 22 24 29 25 Infiniti 201 1% 90%

20 17 19 23 26 Citroën 176
-20%

32 33 28 25 27 MINI 174
-17%

29 28 23 24 28 Škoda 148
-32%

34 30 26 27 29 Fiat 138
-1%

- - - - 30 BYD 127
n/a

33 34 34 33 31 Volvo 114
81%

- - 30 31 32 JAC 109
45%

22 25 33 37 33 Chery 106
141%

26 32 35 36 34 Lexus 92
74%

27 24 29 30 35 Jaguar 83
-8%

37 39 36 32 36 smart 59
-19%

31 31 31 33 37 Opel 56
-11%

- - 37 38 38 DFSK 33
18%

42 38 37 40 39 Maserati 24
26%

- 43 32 35 40 Brilliance 22
-59%


Other 65


Total 36,109
2%

Data source: AIA.

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