Alfa Romeo

Alfa-Romeo-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeAlfa Romeo has struggled for the last couple of years, because of lack of new products and a heavy dependence on Europe, since 90% of its sales are in this continent. Actually, Alfa Romeo depends on its home market of Italy for half of its European sales in recent years. With car sales in Italy in a long-term decline from 2009 to 2015, this is not a good spot for the brand to be in. Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has revealed the fourth turn-around plan for Alfa Romeo in the 9 years he has been in this position. He wants Alfa Romeo to become a competitive premium player in worldwide markets, much like Maserati, but then less expensive and less exclusive. His previous goal of 500.000 worldwide sales in 2014 has been revised twice, but it will be hard to even return to 100.000 sales with continued postponement of new products and no replacements due for the existing two aging models.

Alfa’s best selling car, the Giulietta, has just been facelifted and won’t be replaced for a few years, if at all, while the smaller MiTo may not be replaced at all. The Giulia midsized rear wheel drive sedan finally replaced the discontinued 159 in 2016, and beyond that there are plans for a large rear wheel drive sedan based on the Maserati Ghibli as a successor to the 166. A small crossover and a midsized SUV, both based on Jeep platforms are in the pipeline for the period 2017-2019 as well. So let’s hope Alfa Romeo’s new products hit the spot with customers and that they haven’t switched to Audi or other brands by that time.

Read more about Alfa Romeo’s product plans from 2013 to 2018 in this official presentation.

Also find Alfa Romeo US sales figures.

 

Alfa Romeo
All Models
2014
Alfa Romeo
All Models
2015
Alfa Romeo
All Models
2016
Alfa Romeo
All Models
2017
January 4.508 4.054 4.560 5.970
February 4.629 4.696 5.067 6.176
March 6.870 6.341 6.328
April 5.370 4.916 4.839
May 5.542 5.512 5.541
June 5.770 5.497 6.716
July 4.932 4.698 5.165
August 2.590 2.811 3.312
September 5.119 4.981 6.941
October 4.884 4.402 5.371
November 4.284 4.544 6.170
December 4.450 4.236 6.145

Alfa Romeo
All Models
Market
Share
2016 66.155 0,44%
2015 56.688 0,40%
2014 58.976 0,46%
2013 64.285 0,52%
2012 90.145 0,72%
2011 131.385 0,95%
2010 110.654 0,79%
2009 110.827 0,76%
2008 102.183 0,71%
2007 144.404 0,92%
2006 145.171 0,93%
2005 130.922 0,81%
2004 158.195 0,98%
2003 159.611 1,11%
2002 169.820 1,16%
2001 205.431 1,36%
2000 176.389 1,17%
1999 180.154 1,18%
1998 172.675 1,19%
1997 128.107 0,95%
1996 117.543 0,92%
1995 130.358 1,08%
1994 101.548 0,85%
1993 114.292 1,02%
1992 156.184 1,16%
1991 180.035 1,34%
1990 203.787 1,51%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Alfa Romeo’s MiToGiulietta, Giulia, 4C, 147156, 159, 166, GT, GTV, Brera, Spider, 8C Competizione and any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.

 

Alfa Romeo
All Models
2014
Alfa Romeo
All Models
2015
Alfa Romeo
All Models
2016
Alfa Romeo
All Models
2017
January 4.508 4.054 4.560 5.970
February 4.629 4.696 5.067 6.176
March 6.870 6.341 6.328
April 5.370 4.916 4.839
May 5.542 5.512 5.541
June 5.770 5.497 6.716
July 4.932 4.698 5.165
August 2.590 2.811 3.312
September 5.119 4.981 6.941
October 4.884 4.402 5.371
November 4.284 4.544 6.170
December 4.450 4.236 6.145

Alfa Romeo
All Models
Market
Share
2016 66.155 0,44%
2015 56.688 0,40%
2014 58.976 0,46%
2013 64.285 0,52%
2012 90.145 0,72%
2011 131.385 0,95%
2010 110.654 0,79%
2009 110.827 0,76%
2008 102.183 0,71%
2007 144.404 0,92%
2006 145.171 0,93%
2005 130.922 0,81%
2004 158.195 0,98%
2003 159.611 1,11%
2002 169.820 1,16%
2001 205.431 1,36%
2000 176.389 1,17%
1999 180.154 1,18%
1998 172.675 1,19%
1997 128.107 0,95%
1996 117.543 0,92%
1995 130.358 1,08%
1994 101.548 0,85%
1993 114.292 1,02%
1992 156.184 1,16%
1991 180.035 1,34%
1990 203.787 1,51%

Comments

  1. Alfa despite all that is Alfa

  2. Olaf Roemer says:

    So, after disappointed sales for years ago, what is the future of this glory (but nowadays poor) brand?

  3. Masta Duke says:

    when do you add the stelvio?

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