Mazda

Mazda-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMazda sales and market share in Europe have been falling steadily from 2009 to 2012, but have taken a turn in 2013 as the brand’s volume increased 88% from 2012 to 2016 to almost return to its 2008 level.

The introduction of the CX-5 midsized crossover in the beginning of 2012 had been unable to offset sales declines of the other models that year, but quickly became the brand’s best seller in the following years. The new generation Mazda6, introduced in the last quarter of 2012 and the CX-5 gaining steam pushed the brand forward in 2013.

This momentum continued in 2014, as the new generation Mazda3 was introduced in the second half of 2013, and doubled in sales the next year.

Sales of the MX-5 roadster, Mazda5 midsized MPV and CX-7 crossover have declined slowly as the models aged, but the MX-5 and the Mazda2 subcompact hatchback, the brand’s best selling car from 2009 to 2012, were both replaced in 2015. The former returned to its 2008 level in 2016, but the Mazda2 suffers from increased competition in the subcompact car segment, and from internal cannibalization by the newly launched CX-3 small crossover, also in 2015. The CX-3 quickly closed in on the CX-5 as Mazda’s best selling model.

Unlike most automakers, Mazda has decided not to join the downsizing and electrification trends, and is relying on a further improvement of fuel economy by enhancing the efficiency of the engine and other relatively low-tech solutions under its SkyActiv label. For example, the Mazda3 is the only compact segment car with an “old fashioned” normally aspirated 2.0 liter engine instead of a frugal but vulnerable smaller turbocharged unit. Yet the difference in fuel consumption between the Ford Focus 1.0 3-cylinder turbo “engine of the year” with 125 horsepower and the Mazda3 2.0  4-cylinder non-turbo is only 0,1 liter per 100 km, or 4 grams of CO2 per km.

With ever more reports on the higher maintenance costs and lower lifespan of those downsized turbo-engines surfacing, let’s hope other manufacturers realize that Mazda actually has a point here, and the recent sales success and positive press-reception may back it up.

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

 

Mazda
All Models
2014
Mazda
All Models
2015
Mazda
All Models
2016
Mazda
All Models
2017
January 15.550 14.386 19.709 18.002
February 12.056 11.976 17.437 15.954
March 22.876 26.696 30.683 30.476
April 12.178 13.271 16.950 15.098
May 14.194 14.205 18.672 18.199
June 15.218 18.752 23.104 21.558
July 13.440 17.958 17.477 17.638
August 11.100 14.495 14.566
September 21.191 27.377 27.164
October 13.160 17.091 16.113
November 12.131 17.109 15.457
December 10.157 15.974 16.022

Mazda
All Models
Market
Share
2016 233.354 1,55%
2015 209.290 1,48%
2014 172.926 1,34%
2013 146.355 1,19%
2012 123.859 0,99%
2011 138.857 1,00%
2010 183.887 1,32%
2009 213.585 1,46%
2008 242.144 1,67%
2007 240.014 1,53%
2006 255.958 1,64%
2005 239.655 1,48%
2004 262.646 1,62%
2003 209.209 1,45%
2002 159.970 1,09%
2001 140.135 0,93%
2000 182.212 1,21%
1999 216.430 1,41%
1998 215.082 1,49%
1997 184.726 1,37%
1996 172.334 1,35%
1995 163.794 1,36%
1994 168.152 1,41%
1993 192.317 1,71%
1992 268.807 1,99%
1991 285.011 2,12%
1990 281.078 2,08%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda6, Mazda5, CX-3, CX-5, CX-7, MX-5, 121, 323, 626, Premacy, RX-8 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.

 

Mazda
All Models
2014
Mazda
All Models
2015
Mazda
All Models
2016
Mazda
All Models
2017
January 15.550 14.386 19.709 18.002
February 12.056 11.976 17.437 15.954
March 22.876 26.696 30.683 30.476
April 12.178 13.271 16.950 15.098
May 14.194 14.205 18.672 18.199
June 15.218 18.752 23.104 21.558
July 13.440 17.958 17.477 17.638
August 11.100 14.495 14.566
September 21.191 27.377 27.164
October 13.160 17.091 16.113
November 12.131 17.109 15.457
December 10.157 15.974 16.022

Mazda
All Models
Market
Share
2016 233.354 1,55%
2015 209.290 1,48%
2014 172.926 1,34%
2013 146.355 1,19%
2012 123.859 0,99%
2011 138.857 1,00%
2010 183.887 1,32%
2009 213.585 1,46%
2008 242.144 1,67%
2007 240.014 1,53%
2006 255.958 1,64%
2005 239.655 1,48%
2004 262.646 1,62%
2003 209.209 1,45%
2002 159.970 1,09%
2001 140.135 0,93%
2000 182.212 1,21%
1999 216.430 1,41%
1998 215.082 1,49%
1997 184.726 1,37%
1996 172.334 1,35%
1995 163.794 1,36%
1994 168.152 1,41%
1993 192.317 1,71%
1992 268.807 1,99%
1991 285.011 2,12%
1990 281.078 2,08%

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