Fiat Tipo

Fiat-Tipo-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Fiat Tipo in Europe.

The Fiat Tipo is also called the Fiat Ægea in Turkey, where it is produced. Turkey will be one of the largest single markets for the sedan model, but these sales are not included in the European car sales data.

The Tipo sedan was introduced at the end of 2015 to replace the Fiat Linea. A hatchback and even a station wagon are planned for 2016 to replace the Fiat Bravo hatchback. However, because of continued struggles of Fiat in the European compact car segment the Tipo is positioned as an “entry-level” compact car, meaning budget pricing and technology as Fiat is trying to copy the success of Dacia in Europe.

 

Fiat
Tipo
2015
Fiat
Tipo
2016
Fiat
Tipo
2017
January 1.339 9.580
February 2.373 9.027
March 3.634 15.664
April 4.649 10.885
May 4.768 15.285
June 5.056 15.964
July 6.309 8.337
August 4.645 6.985
September 6.535 10.234
October 40 6.052 7.139
November 65 7.336
December 667 7.590

Fiat
Tipo
2016 60.286

 

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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.

Fiat
Tipo
2015
Fiat
Tipo
2016
Fiat
Tipo
2017
January 1.339 9.580
February 2.373 9.027
March 3.634 15.664
April 4.649 10.885
May 4.768 15.285
June 5.056 15.964
July 6.309 8.337
August 4.645 6.985
September 6.535 10.234
October 40 6.052 7.139
November 65 7.336
December 667 7.590

Fiat
Tipo
2016 60.286

Comments

  1. You got numbers wrong for December. If you look at ACEA numbers for EU and EFTA numbers are somewhat bigger than reported here. At least 7871 Tipos for December.

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Hi N.N.,

      This list includes 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 and Switzerland.
      The ACEA data also includes Bulgaria and Croatia, which explains the difference in data.
      Russia and Turkey are excluded from both datasets.

  2. David davies says:

    See very few on G.B.roads far too expwnsive and totally underwhelming for G.B. market

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