Chevrolet-Daewoo

Chevrolet-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeChevrolet was pulled from the European car market at the end of 2015 because of continued losses for its parent company General Motors in this continent. Chevrolet was reintroduced in Europe in 2004 when GM bought the bankrupt South Korean car brand Daewoo, and decided to slap on Chevrolet badges on those low-quality budget cars. Then it slowly raised its prices to mainstream levels, hoping to imitate the European success of Hyundai-Kia.

But while these brands started developing their cars specifically for the European market and currently build up to 90% of their cars in the continent itself, Chevrolet kept importing vehicles from South-Korea. As a result, Chevrolet cars don’t match European preferences as well as their competitors and Chevrolet’s image never recovered from the damage done in the early days of rebadged Daewoo vehicles.

With Opel and Chevrolet going after the same European mainstream customer, sometimes even with similar cars (Opel Ampera / Chevrolet Volt and Opel Mokka / Chevrolet Trax), and both losing money for years, the decision to remove Chevrolet from the European car market makes sense, even when I don’t think GM will be able to convert many Chevrolet customers into Opel prospects. Expect Dacia, Skoda and Hyundai-Kia to take the bulk of these buyers.

From 2009 through 2012, Chevrolet’s European market share has remained relatively stable, thanks to the introduction of the Cruze midsized car in the second half of 2009 and the Orlando midsized MPV in 2011, but the brand’s decline started in 2012, despite the introduction of the small SUV Chevrolet Trax that year. The Aveo compact was the first to start losing ground, as it sales have halved from 2012 to 2013.

After announcing its departure from Europe by the end of 2015, Chevy’s 2014 sales have plummeted by three quarters as distributors and dealers sold off their inventories without any more new vehicles arriving in the port. The last few remaining stock models will be sold early 2016.

Also find Chevrolet US sales figures and Chevrolet China sales figures.

 

Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2014
Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2015
Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2016
Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2017
January 11.094 205 63 15
February 8.966 144 58 2
March 6.111 144 8 1
April 3.059 108 16 2
May 2.644 119 16 1
June 1.827 41 18 1
July 983 91 9
August 551 109 19
September 469 35 4
October 489 72 11
November 277 23 15
December 351 15 8

Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
Market
Share
2016 245 0,01%
2015 1.106 0,01%
2014 36.821 0,29%
2013 141.147 1,15%
2012 170.543 1,36%
2011 190.061 1,37%
2010 190.481 1,37%
2009 196.222 1,34%
2008 167.987 1,16%
2007 186.063 1,19%
2006 170.812 1,10%
2005 211.737 1,31%
2004 207.856 1,29%
2003 124.428 0,86%
2002 102.410 0,70%
2001 127.256 0,85%
2000 208.296 1,39%
1999 202.129 1,32%
1998 151.569 1,05%
1997 98.130 0,73%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Chevrolet Spark/Matiz, Aveo/Kalos, Cruze, HHR, Malibu, Orlando, Trax, Captiva, Volt, Lacetti, Nubira, Epica, Tacuma, and the Daewoo Lanos, Leganza 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.

 

Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2014
Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2015
Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2016
Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
2017
January 11.094 205 63 15
February 8.966 144 58 2
March 6.111 144 8 1
April 3.059 108 16 2
May 2.644 119 16 1
June 1.827 41 18 1
July 983 91 9
August 551 109 19
September 469 35 4
October 489 72 11
November 277 23 15
December 351 15 8

Chevrolet-Daewoo
All Models
Market
Share
2016 245 0,01%
2015 1.106 0,01%
2014 36.821 0,29%
2013 141.147 1,15%
2012 170.543 1,36%
2011 190.061 1,37%
2010 190.481 1,37%
2009 196.222 1,34%
2008 167.987 1,16%
2007 186.063 1,19%
2006 170.812 1,10%
2005 211.737 1,31%
2004 207.856 1,29%
2003 124.428 0,86%
2002 102.410 0,70%
2001 127.256 0,85%
2000 208.296 1,39%
1999 202.129 1,32%
1998 151.569 1,05%
1997 98.130 0,73%

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