Saab

Saab-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeSaab sales and market share in Europe have shriveled after the brand’s bankruptcy in 2011 under its new owner Spyker. General Motors had let the brand die slowly and painfully and decided to sell it, but it was too late to save Saab. GM didn’t help the brand after its sale either, refusing to license the patented technology needed to continue building cars. Ironically, the patents had been Saab’s own, but were transferred to GM when it acquired full ownership of Saab.

During the bankruptcy in 2012 and 2013, a few leftover stock models have still been registered, and late 2013 the brand’s new owner, National Electric Vehicle Sweden restarted production of the 9-3 sedan with remaining parts out of stocks and replacing the parts that were formerly licensed from GM. The car will be sold in Sweden and China only initially, and a fully electric version is planned for the near future.

Considering this is a design and a model that has first been introduced in 2002, don’t expect the “new” Saab to take over the world. Maybe a handful of Swedish Saab enthusiasts will have an interest in the car, and a few more in other countries that will make the effort to buy one in Sweden and export it. But until the EV is launched, if it ever comes that far, Saab sales will remain virtually non-existent. In December 2013, the first month after production was restarted, 29 “new” 9-3 were registered.

Also find Saab US sales figures.

 

Saab
All Models
2014
January 1
February 3
March 1
April
May
June 2
July
August 1
September 1
October 1
November 0
December

Saab
All Models
Market
Share
2014 10 0,00%
2013 162 0,00%
2012 1.437 0,01%
2011 13.402 0,10%
2010 21.489 0,15%
2009 26.658 0,18%
2008 64.852 0,45%
2007 83.807 0,53%
2006 89.755 0,58%
2005 81.802 0,51%
2004 81.158 0,50%
2003 74.098 0,51%
2002 72.670 0,49%
2001 74.369 0,49%
2000 79.858 0,53%
1999 80.755 0,53%
1998 71.898 0,50%
1997 58.694 0,44%
1996 56.578 0,44%
1995 57.698 0,48%
1994 52.153 0,44%
1993 42.566 0,38%
1992 51.016 0,38%
1991 53.111 0,40%
1990 56.799 0,42%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Saab 9-3, 9-5, 9-7X 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.

 

Saab
All Models
2014
January 1
February 3
March 1
April
May
June 2
July
August 1
September 1
October 1
November 0
December

Saab
All Models
Market
Share
2014 10 0,00%
2013 162 0,00%
2012 1.437 0,01%
2011 13.402 0,10%
2010 21.489 0,15%
2009 26.658 0,18%
2008 64.852 0,45%
2007 83.807 0,53%
2006 89.755 0,58%
2005 81.802 0,51%
2004 81.158 0,50%
2003 74.098 0,51%
2002 72.670 0,49%
2001 74.369 0,49%
2000 79.858 0,53%
1999 80.755 0,53%
1998 71.898 0,50%
1997 58.694 0,44%
1996 56.578 0,44%
1995 57.698 0,48%
1994 52.153 0,44%
1993 42.566 0,38%
1992 51.016 0,38%
1991 53.111 0,40%
1990 56.799 0,42%

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