08 February 2018

European Car Sales By Brand : 2017


Registrations were up 3% in 2017, half the previous year but still not bad. VW is flat at the moment, which means losing some market share. Renault is closing in but still a long way short of the top spot. Audi was ahead of its two main rivals a few years back but they have both slipped by, with Mercedes effectively changing places with it.

It seems there is reasonable optimism around the continent, with the UK's decrease more than offset by the region as a whole. Europe won't be setting any records but reasonably good. Please note the data below excludes Russia and some other eastern nations.

13 14 15 16 17 Make 2017 % +/-
2016 % +/-
1 1 1 1 1 VW 1,706,369 10.9% -1%
1,721,899 11.4% 0%
4 4 3 2 2 Renault 1,150,498 7.4% 4%
1,101,221 7.3% 13%
2 2 2 3 3 Ford 1,031,957 6.6% 0%
1,034,635 6.8% 1%
3 3 4 4 4 Opel 944,952 6.0% -5%
993,861 6.6% 5%
5 5 5 5 5 Peugeot 925,113 5.9% 7%
864,565 5.7% 1%
8 8 8 6 6 Mercedes 893,574 5.7% 6%
839,779 5.5% 14%
7 7 7 8 7 BMW 827,137 5.3% 1%
822,724 5.4% 10%
6 6 6 7 8 Audi 826,370 5.3% -1%
830,933 5.5% 8%
9 9 9 9 9 Fiat 779,534 5.0% 4%
746,197 4.9% 14%
11 10 10 10 10 Škoda 705,421 4.5% 6%
663,147 4.4% 7%
10 11 11 11 11 Toyota 673,510 4.3% 13%
593,760 3.9% 5%
12 12 13 13 12 Citroën 569,728 3.6% 5%
541,561 3.6% -1%
14 13 12 12 13 Nissan 566,191 3.6% 3%
550,584 3.6% -1%
13 14 14 14 14 Hyundai 523,258 3.3% 4%
505,377 3.3% 7%
16 15 16 16 15 Dacia 472,800 3.0% 12%
421,644 2.8% 10%
15 16 15 15 16 Kia 472,125 3.0% 8%
435,316 2.9% 13%
17 17 17 17 17 Seat 400,968 2.6% 14%
350,508 2.3% 4%
18 18 18 18 18 Volvo 303,312 1.9% 4%
291,473 1.9% 2%
20 20 21 21 19 Suzuki 244,877 1.6% 21%
202,949 1.3% 12%
21 19 19 19 20 Mazda 231,925 1.5% -2%
237,034 1.6% 12%
19 21 20 20 21 MINI 215,443 1.4% 3%
209,116 1.4% 11%
25 23 22 23 22 Land Rov 151,566 1.0% -1%
153,071 1.0% 9%
23 22 24 22 23 Honda 140,343 0.9% -12%
159,187 1.1% 21%
26 24 23 24 24 Mitsubishi 114,182 0.7% -2%
117,086 0.8% -12%
33 30 26 26 25 Jeep 108,655 0.7% 3%
105,015 0.7% 18%
28 28 25 25 26 smart 98,954 0.6% -6%
105,295 0.7% 10%
29 27 30 30 27 Alfa Rom 85,691 0.5% 30%
66,167 0.4% 16%
30 29 28 27 28 Porsche 73,456 0.5% 3%
71,172 0.5% 4%
32 34 31 28 29 Jaguar 69,473 0.4% 1%
68,687 0.5% 71%
27 26 29 29 30 Lancia 60,805 0.4% -10%
67,230 0.4% 9%
24 25 27 31 31 DS 45,864 0.3% -30%
65,656 0.4% -13%
34 33 32 32 32 Lexus 44,339 0.3% -1%
44,658 0.3% 13%
31 32 33 33 33 Subaru 36,755 0.2% -6%
38,902 0.3% -2%
36 35 34 35 34 Tesla 28,226 0.2% 83%
15,451 0.1% 1%
35 36 35 34 35 Ssangyong 17,355 0.1% -9%
19,082 0.1% 34%
38 38 37 36 36 Infiniti 12,408 0.1% -10%
13,775 0.1% 154%
42 37 36 37 37 Maserati 9,631 0.1% 22%
7,904 0.1% 30%
41 42 42 39 38 Lada 4,840
32%
3,675
95%
49 40 39 38 39 SAIC MG 4,068
-3%
4,194
33%
39 41 41 40 40 Bentley 3,932
9%
3,595
49%
54 53 46 47 41 GM US 3,388
345%
761
29%
40 43 43 42 42 Aston Mart 2,483
65%
1,508
-7%
37 39 40 41 43 Ferrari 2,434
-11%
2,732
3%
53 47 45 44 44 Lamborgh 1,016
8%
941
19%
22 31 38 43 - Chevrolet see GM US n/a
1,079
-69%

Others 46,761 0.3%
36,613 0.2%
Total 15,631,687 3%
15,131,719 6%

Data source: ACEA.

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