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Italy 1984: Fiat Uno and Regata shine

Fiat Uno

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The Italian car market is up 3% this year at 1,636,363 registrations. Unsurprisingly, the Fiat Uno is numero uno again with sales up a massive 35% year-on-year at 331,050 units and 20.2% market share, for the first time above 20% at year-end. Even though it drops 19% on 1983, the Fiat Panda is up one spot to #2 with 126,650 sales and 7.7%.

Fiat Regata

For its first full year of sales, the Fiat Regata delivers a mammoth 110,700 units for a 6.8% market share, edging past the Fiat Ritmo down 27% to 110,550 sales. This would remain the Regata's best year. The Autobianchi A112 is in good shape at #5, up 14% to 67,500 units and 4.1% (this should be its best year too), followed by the VW Golf, best-selling foreign model in 6th place with 59,600 sales and 3.6%. The Alfa Romeo 33 is the best new entrant in the Top 10, landing directly at #7 with 50,700 sales and 3.1%

Previous year: Italy 1983: The start of the Fiat Uno dynasty

Next year: Italy 1985: Fiat Uno close to 22%, Renault 5 on podium

Full Year and December 1984 Top 15 Ranking Tables below.

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  1. December 30th, 2013 at 17:09 | #1

    How about something on the Fiat Abarth 130TC. I had one of these in 1985 and it was an amazing little car. You barely see them around these days, but it fast and nimble and part of that hotrod hot hatch generation.

  2. Marc
    January 27th, 2012 at 03:31 | #2

    Nice here.. The Lancia Prisma was considerated a for quality, price and performances a really “Premium” mid-car and that 8th position is a great performances in a market, like the italian, who was almost his bif number for little-medium car from generalist producers of that time like Fiat, Renault, Ford and VW brands. Lancia was the only Premium brand here because the same alfa33 was priced like a generalist car

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