14 January 2020

Denmark Passenger Car Sales : 2019


Although an expensive place to buy cars, it's not deterring the locals. The average registrations over the past past ten years has been 196,200, so 2019 (at 225,600) was 15% above that. Mind you there hasn't been any real increase for the past four years, so it could be a ceiling has been reached. VW is well ahead of the rest and premium marques had a good year. Clearly there is money around to afford them.

Below, yellow represents sales being down and green is increase.


16 17 18 19 Brand 2019 % +/-

1 1 1 1 VW 31,107 13.8% -3%

2 2 2 2 Peugeot 19,140 8.5% -7%

3 3 3 3 Toyota 17,332 7.7% 7%

8 7 4 4 Citroën 15,646 6.9% 12%

7 6 6 5 Škoda 15,067 6.7% 17%

5 8 5 6 Ford 12,550 5.6% -5%

13 10 8 7 Mercedes 12,086 5.4% 5%

4 4 7 8 Renault 11,553 5.1% -7%

12 14 12 9 Audi 10,540 4.7% 31%

10 13 13 10 Hyundai 8,961 4.0% 12%

15 15 15 11 BMW 8,846 3.9% 17%

14 11 10 12 Nissan 8,440 3.7% -17%

11 9 11 13 Suzuki 8,246 3.7% -12%

9 12 14 14 Kia 7,896 3.5% 2%

6 5 9 15 Opel 7,766 3.4% -27%

17 17 16 16 Mazda 6,302 2.8% 33%

16 16 18 17 Seat 5,707 2.5% 36%

20 19 17 18 Volvo 5,540 2.5% 19%

28 30 31 19 Tesla 2,743 1.2% n/a

19 20 19 20 Fiat 2,212 1.0% -14%

18 18 20 21 Dacia 2,206 1.0% 9%

21 21 21 22 Honda 1,265 0.6% -22%

22 22 22 23 Mitsubishi 1,092 0.5% 10%

24 23 23 24 MINI 915 0.4% -3%

23 24 24 25 DS 825 0.4% 52%

29 25 26 26 Alfa Romeo 378 0.2% -1%

32 27 28 27 Land Rover 355 0.2% 159%

26 26 25 28 Jaguar 259 0.1% -48%

27 28 27 29 Subaru 160 0.1% -56%

31 32 30 29 Chrysler 160 0.1% 52%

30 29 29 31 Porsche 131 0.1% 14%

- - 38 32 MAN 34
467%

43 43 33 33 Nilsson 26
63%

34 34 32 34 Polaris 17
-41%

34 35 36 35 CF Moto 14
40%


Others 77

Total 225,594 3%

Data source: Bilimp.

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