Volvo

Volvo-V40-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeVolvo market share in Europe has increased steadily from 2009 to 2015, adding more than half a percentage point during the period and topping 2% for the first time in 2015. Sales of the Chinese-owned Swedish brand have fluctuated, peaking at a record of 284.000 cars in 2015.

The V40 compact hatchback has been a very successful replacement of the C30, as it is selling at more than triple the rate of its predecessor in its better years, and it has become the brand’s best selling car from 2013 by a large margin. In fact, it was the first Volvo to sell upwards of 80.000 annual units since the V70/XC70 did so in 2002. The V40 has even been able to almost offset the loss of sales by the phase-out of the S40 sedan and V50 station wagon, in 2012 and 2013 respectively.

The S60 and V60, introduced in 2010, have shown very stable sales at between 50.000 and 60.000 annual units, the station wagon selling more than triple the volume of the sedan. This ratio has increased as the V60 is available as a diesel-electric Plug-In Hybrid. The brand’s (and Sweden’s) traditional best selling car, the V70 station wagon and its cross-country sibling XC70 have seen relatively stable sales as well over the period, and a facelift late 2013 have helped them keep that momentum.

The XC60 crossover, available since the second half of 2008 and facelifted in 2013, has seen rising sales since its introduction and peaked at a record 77.000 sales in 2015. It also took the crown of the compact premium SUV segment in 2014, becoming the only Volvo model to outsell its German rivals from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The new generation XC90 large SUV may repeat that impressive performance, after replacing the ancient first generation in 2015.

On the same platform of the SUV, the Swedish brand has launched the S90 sedan and V90 station wagon in 2016, which should boost sales and market share even further.

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

 

Volvo
All Models
2014
Volvo
All Models
2015
Volvo
All Models
2016
Volvo
All Models
2017
January 18.028 18.692 19.019 22.182
February 15.968 16.821 20.516 20.998
March 25.709 27.807 30.697 36.891
April 20.693 23.098 25.269
May 21.979 21.605 23.693
June 21.887 26.663 29.176
July 20.250 22.253 21.337
August 12.094 13.074 11.237
September 26.088 27.475 26.362
October 24.456 25.451 23.520
November 22.014 27.159 24.081
December 25.834 34.469 27.575

Volvo
All Models
Market
Share
2016 289.747 1,91%
2015 284.567 2,02%
2014 254.225 1,96%
2013 230.474 1,88%
2012 231.865 1,85%
2011 250.626 1,81%
2010 232.377 1,67%
2009 207.516 1,42%
2008 222.905 1,54%
2007 266.045 1,69%
2006 244.082 1,57%
2005 257.607 1,60%
2004 258.988 1,60%
2003 216.733 1,50%
2002 231.818 1,58%
2001 223.684 1,49%
2000 230.979 1,54%
1999 241.771 1,58%
1998 238.414 1,65%
1997 231.307 1,72%
1996 206.173 1,61%
1995 218.447 1,82%
1994 200.602 1,68%
1993 171.612 1,53%
1992 200.558 1,49%
1991 198.697 1,48%
1990 234.539 1,74%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Volvo V40, S60, V60, V70 / XC70, S80, S90/V90, XC60, XC90C30, S40, V50, C70 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.

 

Volvo
All Models
2014
Volvo
All Models
2015
Volvo
All Models
2016
Volvo
All Models
2017
January 18.028 18.692 19.019 22.182
February 15.968 16.821 20.516 20.998
March 25.709 27.807 30.697 36.891
April 20.693 23.098 25.269
May 21.979 21.605 23.693
June 21.887 26.663 29.176
July 20.250 22.253 21.337
August 12.094 13.074 11.237
September 26.088 27.475 26.362
October 24.456 25.451 23.520
November 22.014 27.159 24.081
December 25.834 34.469 27.575

Volvo
All Models
Market
Share
2016 289.747 1,91%
2015 284.567 2,02%
2014 254.225 1,96%
2013 230.474 1,88%
2012 231.865 1,85%
2011 250.626 1,81%
2010 232.377 1,67%
2009 207.516 1,42%
2008 222.905 1,54%
2007 266.045 1,69%
2006 244.082 1,57%
2005 257.607 1,60%
2004 258.988 1,60%
2003 216.733 1,50%
2002 231.818 1,58%
2001 223.684 1,49%
2000 230.979 1,54%
1999 241.771 1,58%
1998 238.414 1,65%
1997 231.307 1,72%
1996 206.173 1,61%
1995 218.447 1,82%
1994 200.602 1,68%
1993 171.612 1,53%
1992 200.558 1,49%
1991 198.697 1,48%
1990 234.539 1,74%

Comments

  1. Mr. J. Lynn Pflug says:

    Why are USA numbers included in your chart above? jlp2

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Hello Mr. Lynn,
      thanks for your question. I’m not sure what made you think USA sales figures are included, but these figures are Europe only. The list of countries is specified below the table.
      I hope this clears the misunderstanding.

  2. Hello,
    I was wondering why you haven’t included the price of the car models/the total revenue along with the number of units sold. It would make it much easier for people to analyse the company’s status during that particular period of time.
    It’s just a humble suggestion.
    Thank you for the information!

  3. The XC90 has been doing pretty well over here in the states!

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