18 May 2019

Scotland Passenger Car Sales : 2018


This is part of the UK but is shown separately here as there are differences to the national UK average. The top 30 data I get is for all the UK, then broken down into regions, so for example smart certainly isn't the 30th brand in Scotland. It is 29th though for the UK as a whole. The new arrival in the top 30 is MG.

Green highlights increased sales and yellow decrease. As the total is down 8%, there is more yellow. On the extreme right of the chart is a comparison with the total UK ranking. For example, Vauxhall is two places higher in Scotland than nationally, across the UK.


15 16 17 18 Brand 2018 Share +/- UK

1 1 1 1 Vauxhall 20,835 11.1% -8% +2

2 2 2 2 Ford 19,985 10.7% -9% -1

3 3 3 3 Volkswagen 15,742 8.4% -2% -1

6 6 5 4 BMW 11,069 5.9% 1% +1

4 5 4 5 Audi 10,000 5.3% -21% +1

10 12 7 6 Toyota 8,604 4.6% -8% +2

8 7 8 7 Mercedes 8,343 4.4% -9% -3

11 13 11 8 Kia 7,901 4.2% 4% +1

12 11 10 9 Hyundai 7,757 4.1% -3% +2

7 9 9 10 Nissan 7,140 3.8% -15% -3

5 4 6 11 Renault 7,063 3.8% -35% +5

9 8 12 12 Peugeot 5,898 3.1% -16% -1

14 15 13 13 Škoda 5,759 3.1% -1% -

19 19 14 14 Land Rover 5,713 3.0% 2% -2

21 21 20 15 Seat 4,832 2.6% 8% -

18 18 15 16 MINI 4,650 2.5% -16% -2

16 14 18 17 Mazda 4,368 2.3% -8% +4

20 17 16 18 Honda 4,271 2.3% -14% -1

22 20 21 19 Suzuki 3,961 2.1% -12% +3

13 10 19 20 Fiat 3,924 2.1% -15% -

17 22 22 21 Citroën 3,299 1.8% 16% -2

15 16 17 22 Dacia 3,142 1.7% -34% +2

23 23 23 23 Volvo 2,708 1.4% 9% -5

25 24 24 24 Jaguar 2,247 1.2% 18% -1

24 25 25 25 Mitsubishi 1,679 0.9% 54% -

27 27 26 26 Porsche 926 0.5% -6% -

28 29 28 27 Lexus 876 0.5% 21% -




28 MG 814 0.4% n/a -

26 28 29 29 Jeep 727 0.4% 43% +1

30 30 30 30 smart 290 0.2% -31% -1


Others 2,987 1.6% 18%

Total 187,510
-8%

Data source: DTI.

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