29 August 2017

Latvia Car/LCV Sales - Brand / 2016


The data for Latvia is published rather late and I overlooked releasing it. It covers both passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. The emphasis was on the PC but a few years back, it switched to both categories. Sales were up 15.3% which was healthy although well short of the inflated market of a decade ago.

Toyota was top of the pile but was relieved of that position several years ago. For 2017, none of the top brands did that well. Rather it was those just below the leaders that fared best. VW's market share dropped by over 2 percentage points, due the fact that it didn't grow at all as overall volumes went up. Opel had a fine 88% increase and jumped three places in the rankings.

In the chart below, yellow represents decrease, orange 0-20%, light green 21-99% and bright green over 100%.

12 13 14 15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-
2015 %
1 1 1 1 1 VW 2,576 13.9 0%
2,571 16.0
2 2 2 2 2 Toyota 2,004 10.8 9%
1,839 11.4
6 5 5 3 3 Nissan 1,505 8.1 1%
1,494 9.3
4 4 3 4 4 Škoda 1,386 7.5 16%
1,193 7.4
7 6 8 5 5 Ford 1,287 6.9 40%
922 5.7
9 9 7 9 6 Opel 1,100 5.9 88%
586 3.6
3 3 4 8 7 Peugeot 988 5.3 65%
600 3.7
5 7 6 6 8 Renault 986 5.3 14%
866 5.4
13 11 11 11 9 Kia 774 4.2 41%
550 3.4
10 10 9 10 10 Citroën 756 4.1 33%
569 3.5
17 17 14 7 11 Fiat 637 3.4 -11%
715 4.4
8 8 13 13 12 Hyundai 575 3.1 35%
427 2.6
12 15 12 12 13 BMW 425 2.3 -17%
510 3.2
11 13 16 14 14 Mercedes 414 2.2 18%
350 2.2
14 16 15 18 15 Audi 384 2.1 26%
304 1.9
15 12 10 16 16 Dacia 346 1.9 6%
325 2.0
31 22 31 15 17 Lada 325 1.7 -3%
334 2.1
18 18 19 17 18 Subaru 299 1.6 -3%
308 1.9
19 19 18 21 19 Volvo 250 1.3 32%
190 1.2
16 19 20 22 20 Mitsubishi 242 1.3 29%
187 1.2
21 14 17 19 21 Honda 227 1.2 -5%
238 1.5
27 25 25 26 22 Mazda 211 1.1 76%
120 0.7
22 21 21 23 23 Lexus 201 1.1 20%
168 1.0
24 23 23 20 24 Land Rover 190 1.0 -7%
204 1.3
20 32 22 24 25 Suzuki 95 0.5 -37%
150 0.9
28 27 24 25 26 Chrysler 89 0.5 -33%
133 0.8
26 26 26 27 27 Porsche 66 0.4 -3%
68 0.4
30 28 27 29 28 MINI 58 0.3 53%
38 0.2
33 33 33 32 29 Jaguar 40 0.2 186%
14 0.1
29 29 29 30 30 Seat 35 0.2 84%
19 0.1
32 31 30 31 31 Bentley 34 0.2 113%
16 0.1
34 36 35 28 32 Alfa Romeo 29 0.2 -52%
60 0.4

Other 41 0.2
46 0.2
Total 18,575
15%
16,114

Data source: Auto Asociacija.

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