Renault_Koleos-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Renault Koleos in Europe.

The new generation Koleos was launched in 2017, it is built on the same platform as the Nissan X-Trail.

See how Renault Koleos sales compare to the other models in the midsized suv segment. Also find Renault Koleos China sales figures.

Renault
Koleos
2016
Renault
Koleos
2017
Renault
Koleos
2018
Renault
Koleos
2019
Renault
Koleos
2020
January 33 0 2.103 1.134 730
February 22 12 1.423 965 647
March 53 52 2.234 1.104 343
April 10 62 1.865 610 202
May 14 1.065 1.570 929
June 13 1.988 2.343 1.049
July 5 990 1.521 836
August 30 911 1.266 695
September 0 2.092 1.212 1.268
October 0 1.705 1.231 863
November 6 1.994 1.222 1.342
December 0 2.361 1.009 1.576

Renault
Koleos
2019 12.371
2018 18.999
2017 13.232
2016 186
2015 4.675
2014 7.418
2013 8.404
2012 15.282
2011 16.874
2010 13.828
2009 21.765
2008 17.645
2007 1

Previous generation (2008-2016):

Renault-Koleos-auto-sales-statistics-Europe

For comparison, we also publish the sales figures of the Samsung QM6, which is the South-Korean version of the new Koleos, produced by Renault-Samsung Motors for the local market where early sales figures promise a second successful launch for the brand in 2016, after the Samsung SM6 (Renault Talisman), even though I’ve written quite a while ago that Renault should’ve changed the brand name from Samsung to Renault before the launch of these important new models.

Samsung_QM6-sales-figures-South_Korea

Samsung
QM6
2016
Samsung
QM6
2017
Samsung
QM6
2018
Samsung
QM6
2019
Samsung
QM6
2020
January 0 2.439 2.162 2.845 3.540
February 0 2.513 1.883 2.280 2.622
March 0 2.422 2.254 2.871 5.008
April 0 2.183 1.937 2.752 3.576
May 0 2.208 2.313 2.313 3.963
June 0 2.155 2.255 3.784
July 0  1.638 2.842 4.262
August 0  1.601 2.804 4.507
September 2.536  2.468 2.526 4.048
October  4.141  2.279 3.455 4.772
November  3.859  2.882 3.749 5.648
December  3.590 3.049 4.819 7.558
Full year 14.126 27.837 32.999 47.640
 

 

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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.