16 January 2018

Serbia Car/LCV : 2017

When members of the public gatecrash a photo shoot...

Serbia had a brand known as Zastava, famous for the Yugo car. The name was switched in 2009 to FAS which means Fiat Automobili Srbija. Now in 2017, it seems to have ended and has been absorbed in to the Fiat brand. Anyway, Zastava was the best selling brand and FAS continued the tradition until 2012 when Škoda took over. I guess that was inevitable as FAS only sold an older model Fiat anyway. With the combining of the two Fiat entities, they has taken back the top spot.

Registrations are up 6.5% after a 25.5% jump the year before. Fiat's ascension was helped by a market share slump by Škoda of 1.5%, which is huge. VW took what it's sister brand lost with a 22% gain. Mercedes did well, back after two years of no data in 2014 and 2015. Land Rover is roaring along and Jaguar's second year in the country is going well, albeit with small numbers so far.

Things do bounce around here at times. Hyundai was up 201%. then down 26%. It was 3rd in 2013 and now 9th. Seat went from nearly 400% to a slight decrease.

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

13 14 15 16 17 Brand 2017 % +/-
2016 % +/-
7 3 2 2 1 Fiat 3,927 13.6% 49%
2,638 9.7% 37%
1 1 1 1 2 Škoda 3,568 12.3% -5%
3,761 13.8% 0%
4 2 3 3 3 VW 2,664 9.2% 22%
2,188 8.0% 14%
9 9 8 4 4 Renault 2,070 7.1% -1%
2,082 7.7% 65%
5 6 5 8 5 Ford 1,844 6.4% 14%
1,623 6.0% 7%
6 7 6 5 6 Opel 1,763 6.1% -7%
1,891 7.0% 29%
8 5 7 7 7 Dacia 1,751 6.0% 4%
1,684 6.2% 22%
11 10 9 10 8 Toyota 1,279 4.4% 17%
1,093 4.0% 5%
3 4 12 9 9 Hyundai 1,186 4.1% -26%
1,610 5.9% 201%
16 ? ? 15 10 Mercedes 1,152 4.0% 98%
582 2.1% n/a
12 12 11 13 11 Audi 907 3.1% 32%
686 2.5% 9%
- 22 14 16 12 Citroën 906 3.1% 65%
549 2.0% 27%
19 19 18 14 13 Peugeot 755 2.6% 19%
634 2.3% 66%
10 11 10 12 14 Kia 669 2.3% -7%
722 2.7% -19%
17 13 15 17 15 BMW 644 2.2% 39%
463 1.7% 14%
18 14 16 18 16 Nissan 621 2.1% 36%
457 1.7% 15%
14 15 17 20 17 Suzuki 473 1.6% 10%
429 1.6% 11%
20 18 13 19 18 Mazda 470 1.6% 10%
429 1.6% -14%
26 23 21 24 19 Land Rover 411 1.4% 254%
116 0.4% -6%
- - - - 20 Iveco 349 1.2% n/a
-
n/a
21 16 30 - 21 Lada 312 1.1% n/a
-
n/a
15 17 19 21 22 Honda 206 0.7% -12%
235 0.9% 2%
28 28 20 22 23 Chrysler 204 0.7% 3%
199 0.7% -13%
25 24 23 25 24 Volvo 183 0.6% 71%
107 0.4% 43%
22 20 28 23 25 Seat 119 0.4% -3%
123 0.5% 392%
29 31 26 27 26 Alfa Romeo 107 0.4% 30%
82 0.3% 46%
33 26 23 26 27 Porsche 78 0.3% -24%
103 0.4% 37%
23 25 22 28 28 Mitsubishi 69 0.2% -14%
80 0.3% -29%
27 27 25 29 29 MINI 67 0.2% 26%
53 0.2% -9%
32 32 - - 30 Isuzu 40 0.1% n/a
-
n/a
24 33 - - 31 smart 37 0.1% n/a
-
n/a
- - - 32 32 Jaguar 33 0.1% 65%
20 0.1% n/a
31 30 28 31 33 Subaru 30 0.1% 11%
27 0.1% 8%
- - - 11 34 GAZ 25 0.1% -97%
782 2.9% n/a
35 - 31 33 35 Infiniti 16 0.1% 14%
14 0.1% 27%
- - 27 30 36 Great Wall 6
-82%
33 0.1% -38%
2 8 4 6 - FAS -
n/a
1,699 6.2% -3%

Other 21 0.1%

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28,962
7%
27,194
25%

Data source: Vrelegume.

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