European car sales analysis December 2015

The European car market has finished 2015 with a bang, at +14,75% in December to 1,14 million sales. This is the highest year-on-year improvement of any month in 2015, and beats November’s +13,25% both in terms of growth and in absolute figures.

Peugeot_Citroen-dealership-European-car-cales-ranking-december-2015French manufacturers Renault-Nissan and PSA added the most volume, followed by Ford Motor Corp., as Volkswagen Group added only 4.592 sales or 1,9% in December, but remains the biggest winner of 2015. That means we can conclude that the diesel emission scandal has had only a limited effect on the manufacturer’s sales in Europe, even though all of its brands gain less than the overall market and Seat (-3.062 sales) and Porsche (-12,6%) are even among the biggest losers in December.

SAIC MGMahindra & Mahindra (thanks to SSangYong) and Tesla Motors each more than double their sales year-over-year and are among the fastest growing manufacturers again.

December winners and losers

Manufacturer biggest volume increase Renault-Nissan 31.200 Manufacturer biggest volume lost AvtoVAZ (Lada) -47
PSA 20.744 Aston Martin -18
Ford Motor Corp. 13.743
Manufacturer biggest % increase SAIC MG 121,1% Manufacturer biggest % lost AvtoVAZ (Lada) -24,6%
Mahindra & Mahindra 114,1% Aston Martin -15,1%
Tesla Motors 101,4%
Brand biggest volume increase Renault 21.642 Brand biggest volume lost Seat -3.062
Peugeot 16.296 Mini -797
Ford 13.744 Porsche -518
Brand biggest % increase SAIC MG 35,7% Brand biggest % lost Tata -88,6%
SSangYong 74,2% Great Wall -79,5%
Tesla 71,8% Chevrolet -78,3%

 

European-car-sales-statistics-december-2015For only the third time this year, Renault is the #2 brand behind Volkswagen and ahead of Ford, thanks to a 28,7% gain on new models. Peugeot follows in fourth place with a 27,2% gain ahead of Opel/Vauxhall. We’ll discuss the reason for Peugeot‘s stellar month a bit further below.

Asian brands generally had a successful December, as Toyota sneaked past Skoda into the top-10, while Mazda (+57,3%), Mitsubishi (+55%) and Hyundai (+37,5%) are the fastest growing major brands. Mazda is helped by new models, Mitsubishi by surging demand for its SUVs and Hyundai is boosted by improvements of the facelifted i30 and i10 and the new Tucson.

December 2015 brand ranking

Brand December 2015 December 2014 change Full year rank
1 Volkswagen 128.263 126.021 1,8% 1
2 Renault 96.983 75.341 28,7% 3
3 Ford 84.132 70.388 19,5% 2
4 Peugeot 76.137 59.841 27,2% 5
5 Opel/Vauxhall 70.721 67.876 4,2% 4
6 BMW 68.831 56.495 21,8% 7
7 Mercedes-Benz 59.088 51.800 14,1% 8
8 Audi 50.847 47.426 7,2% 6
9 Fiat 47.876 39.057 22,6% 9
10 Toyota 44.990 40.885 10,0% 11
11 Skoda 44.968 42.441 6,0% 10
12 Citroën 40.536 37.831 7,2% 13
13 Hyundai 40.459 29.431 37,5% 14
14 Nissan 40.401 37.599 7,5% 12
15 Dacia 34.846 28.070 24,1% 16
16 Volvo 34.469 25.834 33,4% 18
17 Seat 24.956 28.018 -10,9% 17
18 Kia 24.490 22.928 6,8% 15
19 Mazda 15.974 10.158 57,3% 19
20 Mini 15.826 16.623 -4,8% 20
21 Suzuki 13.211 10.759 22,8% 21
22 Mitsubishi 13.010 8.394 55,0% 23
23 Land Rover 11.761 8.622 36,4% 22
24 Honda 10.166 9.881 2,9% 24
25 Jeep 7.345 6.571 11,8% 26
26 Smart 7.098 6.724 5,6% 25
27 DS 6.481 4.738 36,8% 27
28 Lancia-Chrysler 4.423 4.748 -6,8% 29
29 Alfa Romeo 4.236 4.450 -4,8% 30
30 Lexus 3.847 3.310 16,2% 32
31 Porsche 3.592 4.110 -12,6% 28
32 Jaguar 3.494 2.048 70,6% 31
33 Subaru 3.282 2.759 19,0% 33
34 Tesla 2.739 1.360 101,4% 34
35 SSangYong 1.220 564 116,3% 35
36 Infiniti 370 390 -5,1% 37
37 Maserati 315 364 -13,5% 36
38 SAIC MG 283 128 121,1% 38
39 Dodge 165 279 -40,9% 46
40 Bentley 160 164 -2,4% 40
41 Lada 144 191 -24,6% 42
42 Aston Martin 101 119 -15,1% 43
43 Chevrolet 89 411 -78,3% 41
44 Ferrari 88 94 -6,4% 39
45 Cadillac 84 43 95,3% 48
46 Mahindra 52 30 73,3% 49
47 Lotus 40 28 42,9% 44
48 Rolls Royce 38 33 15,2% 47
49 Great Wall 18 88 -79,5% 52
50 DR 17 43 -60,5% 51
51 Lamborghini 17 29 -41,4% 45
52 Tata 5 44 -88,6% 50

 

Peugeot-308-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeThe surprise of the month is the Peugeot 308 in a record third place with over 27.000 sales, also an absolute record for the month. This is the result of the tiny Dutch market (just 69.000 units in December), as a change in the taxation of company cars in 2016 has led to a surge in registrations of PHEV and other fuel efficient cars to benefit from the looser regulations last year. For example, the Peugeot 308 was the absolute best seller in The Netherlands with 12.000 sales or 17,4% market share, more than any other brand has sold, and compared to 17.000 sales of that model in the first 11 months of 2015. As a result, the 308 has risen to the #3 spot in the European model ranking with a record 27.144 sales. It will face a payback in the first half of this year as some of those preregistered Dutch 308’s have not yet been sold. Similarly, the Mitsubishi Outlander more than triples its European volume to 7.805 sales and #46 with almost half of those sales registered in The Netherlands.

Renault-Zoe-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeAhead of the 308, the Renault Clio delivers an excellent performance in December to claim the #2 spot behind the perennial leader Volkswagen Golf, while the Renault Captur re-enters the top-10 for only the second time this year. Since we’re looking at Renault, also notice the Kadjar enter the top-30 and break past the 10.000 sales mark. The Espace improves to 3.181 sales and the French also deliver 1.156 all-new Talisman sedans to dealers. The Zoe delivers a record 3.084 sales and is followed in the EV segment by the Tesla Model S which also breaks its sales record at 2.737 units.

The new generation Ford Mondeo (#61) has finally managed to outsell the Opel/Vauxhall Insignia (#64), although that still doesn’t give it the 2nd place in the midsize segment as the Skoda Superb superbly doubles its volume of the previous generation last year to jump into the top-60, 200 units ahead of the Mondeo.

BMW_X1-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeThe Audi Q3 (#67) loses its crown of the premium compact crossover segment as the new BMW X1 immediately jumps into the top-50 at #49. The Q3 is also under threat from the Mercedes-Benz GLA in 68th place. Its larger sibling Mercedes-Benz GLC (#75) holds on to its place above the Range Rover Evoque (#83) and Audi Q5 (#88), while Volvo takes control of the premium large SUV segment with the XC90 at #80 vs. #97 for the BMW X5.

We welcome one new model to the ranking this month: the Fiat Tipo at #207 with 667 sales for the “entry-compact” sedan. We’ll follow the progress of the Tipo in the coming months to see if it can become successful in Europe outside of its “home” market Turkey, although we’ll have to wait until the launch of the hatchback and station wagon before the model will hit 75.000 annual sales or even more, as our readers expect it to do.

December 2015 models ranking

Model December 2015 December 2014 change
1 Volkswagen Golf 39.804 37.176 7,1%
2 Renault Clio 28.199 25.594 10,2%
3 Peugeot 308 27.144 15.368 76,6%
4 Volkswagen Polo 22.710 20.938 8,5%
5 Ford Fiesta 22.604 19.510 15,9%
6 Volkswagen Passat 20.335 12.180 67,0%
7 Opel/Vauxhall Corsa 19.529 19.479 0,3%
8 Peugeot 208 18.936 14.814 27,8%
9 Renault Captur 17.160 15.327 12,0%
10 Nissan Qashqai 16.976 14.929 13,7%
11 Ford Focus 16.455 15.653 5,1%
12 Opel/Vauxhall Astra 16.237 13.362 21,5%
13 Skoda Octavia 15.788 17.217 -8,3%
14 Toyota Auris 14.363 9.992 43,7%
15 Dacia Sandero 13.842 10.021 38,1%
16 Audi A3 / S3 / RS3 13.308 12.767 4,2%
17 BMW 1-series 13.256 11.241 17,9%
18 Toyota Yaris 12.793 12.615 1,4%
19 Fiat 500 12.697 12.415 2,3%
20 Fiat Panda 12.448 11.243 10,7%
21 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 12.414 12.864 -3,5%
22 BMW 3-series 12.340 12.224 0,9%
23 Mini 12.259 11.909 2,9%
24 Opel/Vauxhall Mokka 12.252 12.799 -4,3%
25 Peugeot 2008 12.212 10.757 13,5%
26 Volkswagen Tiguan 11.904 11.954 -0,4%
27 Skoda Fabia 11.796 7.857 50,1%
28 Dacia Duster 11.290 10.818 4,4%
29 Seat Leon 11.270 12.327 -8,6%
30 Renault Kadjar 11.106 0 New
31 Volvo V40 10.158 9.564 6,2%
32 Hyundai i30 9.977 5.516 80,9%
33 Renault Megane 9.762 11.537 -15,4%
34 Renault Twingo 9.700 7.209 34,6%
35 Renault (Grand) Scenic 9.435 8.375 12,7%
36 Citroën C3 9.220 8.245 11,8%
37 Mercedes-Benz A-Class 9.172 9.398 -2,4%
38 Ford Kuga 8.975 7.736 16,0%
39 Fiat 500X 8.909 45 19697,8%
40 Hyundai Tucson 8.823 0 New
41 Citroën C4 (Grand) Picasso 8.295 7.694 7,8%
42 Seat Ibiza 8.288 8.524 -2,8%
43 Volkswagen Touran 8.056 7.145 12,8%
44 Nissan Juke 7.880 7.764 1,5%
45 Volkswagen Up! 7.867 8.428 -6,7%
46 Mitsubishi Outlander 7.805 2.405 224,5%
47 BMW 2-series Active/Gran Tourer 7.742 4.041 91,6%
48 Hyundai i10 7.533 4.902 53,7%
49 BMW X1 7.441 3.746 98,6%
50 Volvo XC60 7.403 6.836 8,3%
51 Ford (Grand) C-Max 7.298 6.037 20,9%
52 Audi A4 / S4 / RS4 7.049 7.932 -11,1%
53 BMW 5-series 6.811 7.556 -9,9%
54 Kia Sportage 6.700 6.907 -3,0%
55 Citroën C4 Cactus 6.693 4.926 35,9%
56 Audi A6 / S6 / RS6 / Allroad 6.693 5.445 22,9%
57 Hyundai i20 6.564 5.998 9,4%
58 Audi A1 6.522 6.326 3,1%
59 Toyota Aygo 6.310 6.155 2,5%
60 Skoda Superb 6.144 3.113 97,4%
61 Ford Mondeo 5.935 3.704 60,2%
62 Volvo V60 5.930 3.566 66,3%
63 Volkswagen Sportsvan 5.882 9.280 -36,6%
64 Opel/Vauxhall Insignia 5.880 6.856 -14,2%
65 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 5.649 6.806 -17,0%
66 Fiat 500L 5.625 4.818 16,7%
67 Audi Q3 5.444 5.066 7,5%
68 Mercedes-Benz GLA 5.435 4.641 17,1%
69 Volvo V70 / XC70 5.392 4.822 11,8%
70 Mercedes-Benz CLA 5.354 3.110 72,2%
71 BMW 4-series 5.320 4.851 9,7%
72 Peugeot 3008 5.258 5.161 1,9%
73 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 5.213 5.389 -3,3%
74 Nissan Micra 5.195 4.035 28,7%
75 Mercedes-Benz GLC 5.094 0 New
76 Suzuki Vitara 5.027 0 New
77 Dacia Logan 4.852 3.767 28,8%
78 Opel Karl / Vauxhall Viva 4.678 11 42427,3%
79 Jeep Renegade 4.637 3.626 27,9%
80 Volvo XC90 4.604 98 4598,0%
81 Smart Fortwo 4.426 4.305 2,8%
82 Lancia/Chrysler Ypsilon 4.393 4.078 7,7%
83 Range Rover Evoque 4.386 4.681 -6,3%
84 Kia Cee’d 4.321 4.955 -12,8%
85 Citroën C4 4.277 3.544 20,7%
86 Mazda CX-5 4.201 3.587 17,1%
87 Skoda Rapid 4.168 4.965 -16,1%
88 Audi Q5 4.085 4.762 -14,2%
89 Ford Ecosport 4.080 1.698 140,3%
90 Volkswagen Caddy Life 4.065 4.610 -11,8%
91 Fiat Punto 4.063 6.254 -35,0%
92 BMW X3 3.973 3.783 5,0%
93 Skoda Yeti 3.961 4.748 -16,6%
94 DS3 3.936 2.805 40,3%
95 Kia Rio 3.932 3.602 9,2%
96 Honda CR-V 3.818 3.905 -2,2%
97 BMW X5 3.812 2.999 27,1%
98 Peugeot 108 3.796 5.487 -30,8%
99 Citroën C1 3.712 5.338 -30,5%
100 Opel/Vauxhall Zafira 3.707 5.229 -29,1%
101 Nissan X-Trail 3.664 2.235 63,9%
102 Mini Countryman / Paceman 3.567 4.714 -24,3%
103 Mazda CX-3 3.498 0 New
104 Opel/Vauxhall Meriva 3.491 3.958 -11,8%
105 Honda Civic 3.293 3.277 0,5%
106 Kia Picanto 3.256 2.791 16,7%
107 Land Rover Discovery Sport 3.253 29 11117,2%
108 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 3.220 3.018 6,7%
109 Opel/Vauxhall Adam 3.209 4.165 -23,0%
110 Renault Espace 3.181 188 1592,0%
111 Toyota RAV4 3.129 4.355 -28,2%
112 Toyota Avensis 3.118 2.259 38,0%
113 Peugeot 508 3.115 2.809 10,9%
114 Renault Zoe 3.084 2.478 24,5%
115 Ford S-Max 3.075 2.172 41,6%
116 Suzuki Swift 3.075 3.853 -20,2%
117 Skoda Citigo 3.037 2.644 14,9%
118 Ford B-Max 2.975 3.149 -5,5%
119 Ford Ka 2.931 2.994 -2,1%
120 Audi A5 / S5 / RS5 2.908 2.661 9,3%
121 Mazda3 2.903 2.566 13,1%
122 Citroën C3 Picasso 2.866 2.360 21,4%
123 Mitsubishi ASX 2.822 2.876 -1,9%
124 Hyundai i40 2.794 1.959 42,6%
125 Tesla Model S 2.737 1.357 101,7%
126 Smart Forfour 2.672 2.414 10,7%
127 Nissan Note 2.641 3.690 -28,4%
128 Peugeot 5008 2.612 2.127 22,8%
129 Mazda2 2.608 1.607 62,3%
130 Volkswagen Sharan 2.553 2.708 -5,7%
131 Citroën Berlingo Multispace 2.465 2.267 8,7%
132 Nissan Pulsar 2.465 2.642 -6,7%
133 Dacia Lodgy 2.452 1.689 45,2%
134 Hyundai ix20 2.417 2.392 1,0%
135 Dacia Dokker 2.410 1.773 35,9%
136 Toyota Verso_ 2.355 2.638 -10,7%
137 Seat Alhambra 2.349 2.262 3,8%
138 Mercedes-Benz GLE 2.324 0 New
139 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 2.213 1.410 57,0%
140 Audi Q7 2.172 674 222,3%
141 Mazda6 2.171 1.749 24,1%
142 Seat Mii 2.128 2.294 -7,2%
143 Jaguar XE 2.115 0 New
144 Suzuki S-Cross 2.020 2.433 -17,0%
145 BMW 2-series Coupe & Convertible 2.000 893 124,0%
146 Range Rover Sport 1.975 1.647 19,9%
147 Peugeot Partner Tepee / Ranch 1.967 1.851 6,3%
148 Ford Ranger 1.900 2.200 -13,6%
149 Renault Kangoo 1.861 1.914 -2,8%
150 Suzuki Celerio 1.830 515 255,3%
151 BMW X4 1.741 2.079 -16,3%
152 Kia Soul 1.735 798 117,4%
153 Mitsubishi Space Star / Mirage 1.645 2.277 -27,8%
154 Volkswagen Touareg 1.642 1.853 -11,4%
155 BMW i3 1.637 811 101,8%
156 Lexus NX 1.636 1.507 8,6%
157 Honda Jazz 1.617 2.403 -32,7%
158 Kia Venga 1.524 1.425 6,9%
159 Hyundai ix35 1.523 7.431 -79,5%
160 Renault Trafic Passenger 1.489 338 340,5%
161 DS4 1.448 1.040 39,2%
162 Honda HR-V 1.401 0 New
163 Ford Galaxy 1.393 1.347 3,4%
164 Audi TT 1.385 584 137,2%
165 Kia Carens 1.308 1.253 4,4%
166 Ford Tourneo Connect 1.300 1.000 30,0%
167 Ford Tourneo Courier 1.300 1.000 30,0%
168 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1.223 1.223 0,0%
169 Fiat Freemont 1.201 1.192 0,8%
170 Subaru Forester 1.192 1.090 9,4%
171 Renault Talisman 1.156 0 New
172 BMW X6 1.136 626 81,5%
173 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 1.132 1.135 -0,3%
174 Lexus CT 1.128 849 32,9%
175 Volkswagen Beetle 1.114 1.601 -30,4%
176 Range Rover 1.103 933 18,2%
177 DS5 1.097 893 22,8%
178 Porsche Macan 1.095 1.083 1,1%
179 Kia Sorento 1.070 929 15,2%
180 Porsche Cayenne 1.044 1.310 -20,3%
181 Citroën C4 Aircross 1.009 1.152 -12,4%
182 Mercedes-Benz Vito / Viano Combi 1.002 903 11,0%
183 Ford Mustang 1.000 100 900,0%
184 Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro Tour 999 314 218,2%
185 Jeep Cherokee 996 1.082 -7,9%
186 Suzuki Jimny 981 830 18,2%
187 Toyota Corolla 954 797 19,7%
188 Alfa Romeo MiTo 948 1.396 -32,1%
189 Land Rover Discovery 944 1.068 -11,6%
190 Jaguar XF 931 1.669 -44,2%
191 Nissan Leaf 927 1.377 -32,7%
192 Subaru Legacy / Outback 923 557 65,7%
193 Citroën C5 844 1.130 -25,3%
194 Volkswagen Jetta 818 706 15,9%
195 Volvo S60 816 733 11,3%
196 Ford Tourneo Custom_ 800 600 33,3%
197 Seat Toledo 783 938 -16,5%
198 BMW 7-series 775 570 36,0%
199 Porsche 911 767 823 -6,8%
200 Mercedes-Benz CLS 760 897 -15,3%
201 Fiat Ducato 760 972 -21,8%
202 Fiat Doblo 751 594 26,4%
203 Audi A7 / S7 / RS7 750 806 -6,9%
204 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe 698 0 New
205 Volkswagen Scirocco 696 1.007 -30,9%
206 Fiat Qubo 686 637 7,7%
207 Fiat Tipo 667 0 New
208 Hyundai Santa Fe 667 995 -33,0%
209 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Combi 664 463 43,4%
210 Kia Optima 644 263 144,9%
211 SsangYong Tivoli 635 0 New
212 Toyota Prius+ 597 374 59,6%
213 Toyota Prius 592 627 -5,6%
214 Subaru XV 590 978 -39,7%
215 Volkswagen CC 583 1.146 -49,1%
216 Lexus IS 573 519 10,4%
217 Citroën C-Elysee 514 348 47,7%
218 Nissan NV200 Evalia 513 527 -2,7%
219 Mazda MX-5 508 157 223,6%
220 BMW 6-series 503 557 -9,7%
221 Subaru Levorg 494 0 New
222 Mercedes-Benz Citan Combi 479 363 32,0%
223 Toyota Land Cruiser 478 399 19,8%
224 Jeep Wrangler 475 427 11,2%
225 Renault Fluence 467 422 10,7%
226 Mercedes-Benz SLK 459 431 6,5%
227 Mitsubishi Pajero / Montero / Shogun 427 435 -1,8%
228 Audi A8 / S8 370 320 15,6%
229 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 333 177 88,1%
230 Lexus RX 303 292 3,8%
231 Ford Transit Tourneo 290 402 -27,9%
232 SsangYong Korando 281 358 -21,5%
233 Porsche Boxster 264 268 -1,5%
234 MG3 262 71 269,0%
235 Opel/Vauxhall Antara 257 536 -52,1%
236 Jaguar F-type 256 232 10,3%
237 Maserati Ghibli 250 257 -2,7%
238 Mercedes-Benz GL 244 281 -13,2%
239 Suzuki Grand Vitara 239 620 -61,5%
240 Porsche Panamera 213 363 -41,3%
241 Mitsubishi Lancer 207 273 -24,2%
242 BMW Z4 201 265 -24,2%
243 Opel/Vauxhall Cascada 200 184 8,7%
244 Peugeot iOn 190 44 331,8%
245 Infiniti Q50 189 217 -12,9%
246 Jaguar XJ 182 109 67,0%
247 Peugeot Expert Tepee 182 352 -48,3%
248 Renault Laguna 182 1.150 -84,2%
249 Peugeot 4008 177 170 4,1%
250 SsangYong Rexton 171 122 40,2%
251 Porsche Cayman 171 234 -26,9%
252 Peugeot RCZ 166 278 -40,3%
253 Peugeot 301 162 161 0,6%
254 Renault Twizy 160 181 -11,6%
255 Volvo S80 159 202 -21,3%
256 Mercedes-Benz GLK 144 1.630 -91,2%
257 Citroën Nemo Multispace 143 195 -26,7%
258 Citroën C-Zero 142 10 1320,0%
259 Seat Altea 134 1.662 -91,9%
260 SsangYong Rodius / Stavic 129 82 57,3%
261 Lada Niva 128 187 -31,6%
262 BMW i8 116 232 -50,0%
263 Lexus RC 115 7 1542,9%
264 Mercedes-Benz SL 114 87 31,0%
265 Infiniti QX70 110 130 -15,4%
266 Bentley Continental GT / GTC 105 102 2,9%
267 Toyota Verso-S 102 385 -73,5%
268 Audi R8 100 63 58,7%
269 Mercedes-AMG GT 94 20 370,0%
270 Hyundai Elantra 91 121 -24,8%
271 Toyota GT86 88 105 -16,2%
272 Lexus GS 88 109 -19,3%
273 Peugeot Bipper Tepee 79 161 -50,9%
274 Land Rover Defender 73 96 -24,0%
275 Renault Koleos 67 558 -88,0%
276 Alfa Romeo 4C 66 31 112,9%
277 Skoda Roomster 62 1.862 -96,7%
278 Opel/Vauxhall Ampera 57 79 -27,8%
279 Subaru Impreza 56 66 -15,2%
280 Maserati Quattroporte 46 63 -27,0%
281 Mazda5 46 425 -89,2%
282 Aston Martin V8/V12 Vantage 44 49 -10,2%
283 Hyundai H1 / Starex 43 53 -18,9%
284 Bentley Flying Spur 41 41 0,0%
285 Infiniti Q70 39 19 105,3%
286 Nissan 370Z 39 34 14,7%
287 Mazda CX-9 36 65 -44,6%
288 Suzuki SX4 34 554 -93,9%
289 Honda Accord 33 255 -87,1%
290 Volkswagen Phaeton 31 113 -72,6%
291 Toyota iQ 29 75 -61,3%
292 Infiniti QX50 24 16 50,0%
293 Subaru BRZ 23 29 -20,7%
294 Aston Martin DB9 23 33 -30,3%
295 Mitsubishi i-MiEV 23 72 -68,1%
296 Lancia/Chrysler Voyager 22 372 -94,1%
297 MG6 21 57 -63,2%
298 Rolls Royce Ghost 19 15 26,7%
299 Nissan Murano 18 42 -57,1%
300 Aston Martin Vanquish 17 17 0,0%
301 Chevrolet Camaro 17 41 -58,5%
302 DR5 15 21 -28,6%
303 Lotus Evora 14 3 366,7%
304 Bentley Mulsanne 14 19 -26,3%
305 Lotus Exige 13 12 8,3%
306 Lotus Elise 13 13 0,0%
307 Rolls Royce Wraith 13 14 -7,1%
308 Hyundai Veloster 13 38 -65,8%
309 Jeep Compass 13 189 -93,1%
310 Mitsubishi Attrage 12 4 200,0%
311 Maserati GranCabrio 10 13 -23,1%
312 Lamborghini Huracan 10 23 -56,5%
313 Aston Martin Rapide 9 12 -25,0%
314 Maserati GranTurismo 9 24 -62,5%
315 Land Rover Freelander 9 152 -94,1%
316 Lamborghini Aventador 7 6 16,7%
317 Hyundai Genesis 7 11 -36,4%
318 Peugeot 207 6 165 -96,4%
319 Rolls Royce Phantom 5 4 25,0%
320 Tata Indica 4 37 -89,2%
321 Lancia Thema / Chrysler 300C 4 38 -89,5%
322 Chevrolet Cruze 4 54 -92,6%
323 Chevrolet Trax 4 113 -96,5%
324 Suzuki Splash 3 506 -99,4%
325 Opel/Vauxhall Agila 3 632 -99,5%
326 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 2 2 0,0%
327 Chevrolet Malibu 2 3 -33,3%
328 Ferrari FF 2 9 -77,8%
329 DR CityCross 2 14 -85,7%
330 Subaru Trezia 2 37 -94,6%
331 Chevrolet Aveo 2 40 -95,0%
332 Volkswagen Eos 2 88 -97,7%
333 Chevrolet Spark 2 99 -98,0%
334 Suzuki Alto 2 1.419 -99,9%
335 Lancia Musa 1 1 0,0%
336 Fiat Linea 1 17 -94,1%
337 Ferrari F12 1 18 -94,4%
338 Chevrolet Orlando 1 19 -94,7%
339 Ferrari 458 Italia 1 25 -96,0%
340 Citroën C8 1 33 -97,0%
341 Peugeot 807 1 37 -97,3%
342 Renault Latitude 1 42 -97,6%
343 Nissan Pathfinder 1 153 -99,3%
344 Ferrari 488 GTB 1 0 New

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Comments

  1. Lancia is still on the list? They sold a Musa.
    Good work Bart!
    Thanks for crunching those stats.

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Thanks Richard!
      And yes indeed, Lancia sold one more Musa to make it 4 for the year! Not sure how many still left unsold, but we may see it again this year (-:

  2. David walter-davies says:

    Superb analysis. So interesting european overview. Dacias getting quite a criss range foothold..lots of interesting quirks and surprises. Europe main interest as based in Uk..lots of models to well elsewhere in Europe but not in UK too. USA figs fascinating too.

  3. Nice to see 308 on third place, and 11 in total ranking. I think this is a first PSA car in last 10 years(after 307) which brought something new and it’s really successful. Maybe i won’t reach numbers from previous 308, but i think profit margin on this model is much bigger then on previous one. Still i don’t think it can repeat such a good year, because new Megane is coming.,,,
    Auris and Tuscon numbers also look very impressing. Tuscon in front both of i10 and i20…

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