08 November 2018

Luxembourg Passenger Car Sales : Jan-Oct 2018


For some reason, September didn't turn up but October did, so here it is. VW managed to slightly increase the margin between it and the four below it. premium marques do well here, although Audi certainly has had a tough year so far.

Below the % column is market share and the +/- is shift in that share, comparing the first nine months of 2018 with the full 2017 year. Below green shows market share gain and yellow a drop.


17 18 Brand 2018 % +/-

1 1 VW 5,755 12.3% 3%

2 2 BMW 4,366 9.4% 0%

3 3 Mercedes 4,202 9.0% 1%

5 4 Renault 3,392 7.3% -5%

4 5 Audi 3,220 6.9% -18%

6 6 Peugeot 2,828 6.1% 5%

7 7 Ford 2,091 4.5% 0%

9 8 Škoda 1,947 4.2% 4%

8 9 Opel 1,662 3.6% -19%

10 10 Hyundai 1,611 3.5% 2%

13 11 Volvo 1,595 3.4% 26%

12 12 Fiat 1,421 3.0% 5%

11 13 Citroën 1,369 2.9% -5%

14 14 Seat 1,051 2.3% 5%

15 15 Nissan 994 2.1% 6%

18 16 Toyota 885 1.9% 8%

16 17 MINI 843 1.8% -2%

19 18 Porsche 819 1.8% 16%

17 19 Land Rover 754 1.6% -11%

20 20 Dacia 729 1.6% 4%

23 21 Kia 630 1.3% 14%

22 22 Mazda 600 1.3% 7%

26 23 Jaguar 582 1.2% 66%

25 24 Chrysler 571 1.2% 43%

24 25 Alfa Romeo 508 1.1% 10%

21 26 Suzuki 506 1.1% -14%

27 27 Honda 319 0.7% 27%

28 28 DS 230 0.5% 16%

30 29 smart 161 0.3% -6%

34 30 Mitsubishi 130 0.3% 0%

32 31 Lexus 121 0.3% -21%

37 32 Subaru 112 0.2% 29%

31 33 Ssangyong 97 0.2% -42%

35 34 GM 93 0.2% -6%

36 35 Maserati 80 0.2% -15%

33 36 Tesla 74 0.2% -46%

38 37 Ferrari 70 0.1% 24%

29 38 Infiniti 49 0.1% -72%

41 39 Lamborghini 38 0.1% 23%

42 40 Aston Martin 34 0.1% 17%

39 41 Bentley 31 0.1% -8%

39 42 Lada 23
-32%


Others 74 0.1%

Total 46,667

Data source: Statistiques Luxembourg.

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