Slovakia car sales data

Slovakia-car-sales-statisticsHere you will find annual car sales figures for Slovakia. These statistics are Total Market Volumes, which include passenger cars as well as light commercial vehicles (LCVs).

Since the early 2000s, the Slovakian car market has been relatively stable around 75.000-80.000 annual sales. The market peaked in 2008 at almost 97.000 sales before declining almost 27% in two years time. Since 2011 car sales in Slovakia have slowly increased to close in on the record (and 100.000 sales) in 2016. Interestingly, sales of light commercial vehicles have not recovered as sharply as passenger cars have. The latter already broke their annual volume record in 2015 and have been responsible for almost all of the total market growth because LCVs are still at less than a third of their peak level in 2008, when they made up more than a quarter of the overall market. Since 2011, LCV sales averaged 7,5% of total car sales in Slovakia.

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Slovakia Passenger Cars Light Commercial Vehicles Total Market Volume YoY Change
2016 88.163 7.459 95.622 12,1%
2015 77.828 7.440 85.268 9,5%
2014 72.252 5.628 77.880 9,6%
2013 66.000 5.076 71.076 -4,4%
2012 69.268 5.104 74.372 0,6%
2011 68.254 5.684 73.938 4,2%
2010 64.033 6.920 70.953 -21,5%
2009 74.717 15.709 90.426 -6,7%
2008 70.040 26.900 96.940 16,3%
2007 59.700 23.618 83.318 6,0%
2006 59.084 19.502 78.586 9,8%
2005 57.125 14.423 71.548 5,8%
2004 57.430 10.204 67.634 -2,1%
2003 59.742 9.317 69.059  

Source: ACEA

Europe
Slovakia
2015 85.276
2014 77.912
2013 71.093
2012 74.403
2011 73.971
2010 71.052
2009 90.426
2008 96.897
2007 83.327
2006 78.366
2005 75.033

Europe
Slovakia
2015 85.276
2014 77.912
2013 71.093
2012 74.403
2011 73.971
2010 71.052
2009 90.426
2008 96.897
2007 83.327
2006 78.366
2005 75.033

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