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  1. tuga
    October 4, 2011

    September manufacturers sales are out.

    http://www.autoinforma.pt/index.php?MIT=0&template_id=929&xpto=1&a=&a=036458,,,,

    1 – VW – 952 / 12160 ( 2 )
    2 – Ford – 801 / 8583 ( 5 )
    3 – Peugeot – 795 / 10512 ( 3 )
    4 – Renault – 689 / 13282 ( 1 )
    5 – Opel – 635 / 9432 ( 4 )
    6 – Mercedes – 616 / 5742 ( 10 )
    7 – Citroen – 539 / 7392 ( 6 )
    8 – BMW – 503 / 5797 ( 9 )
    9 – Audi – 406 / 4995 ( 12 )
    10 – Nissan – 342 / 5313 ( 11 )

    The overall market itself was down by 33.8% ( -23.5% YTD.

  2. Miguel
    October 3, 2011

    @tuga
    You drive an ibiza for sure!!!!! Do not need to shout. We´ve already got the point!

  3. Pepi
    October 2, 2011

    I can’t believe someone can deny an official statistic because sees another cars on the road…

  4. tuga
    October 2, 2011

    @Miguel
    Sir, you are a piece of work. I am done talking to you. Not worth the bother.

    Have a nice life.

    @Pepi: The Ibiza IS very successful in Portugal. It has been for years ( ever since the ’93 Ibiza, which was a huge hit, right up to the time it got replaced. Especially the 2 seat LCV conversion versions we had made over here, with the higher power TDi engines ) and is a common sight on Portuguese streets. Everywhere. Old AND new generation. With the new one being the second best selling car in Portugal right now.

  5. Miguel
    October 2, 2011

    @tuga
    Yes, the previous Ibizas I also see a lot everywhere! they sold well some times ago and depriciation valu is quite high, they have poor resale value but new Ibizas is hard to see!

  6. tuga
    October 2, 2011

    @Miguel
    Nope, live in Lisbon, see Ibizas everywhere.

  7. Miguel
    October 2, 2011

    @Pepi
    Pepi, with all the respect I have for you I´m can assure that I see few new Ibizas on the Portuguese roads!! Maybe the majority of them are sold in the North; I live in the South. the cars I see in major quantity are renaults Clios and Méganes, Citroens C3,C2,C1, Xsaras, Picassos, Peugeots 307, 206, 106, 207, Opel corsas, Astras, Fords fiestas, focus, Fiats puntos, VW golfs IV, Passats and some mercedes. I´m sorry but I do not care about you´re thinking or you comments, these are the cars in majority on the Portuguese roads, I live here for more than 25 years and I´m acar fan since a child!!!!!!!!

  8. Pepi
    October 1, 2011

    I remember when Miguel said SEAT Ibiza is not a succees in Portugal… He said literally “It´s not the second best selling car, that I assure you at 100%!!!!!!! Probably the 16th or 17th best selling car if it is”… but he never shares any data to prove his comments…

    You can see the discussion here: http://bestsellingcarsblog.com/2011/08/05/spain-july-2011-seat-ibiza-and-leon-on-top/

  9. tuga
    October 1, 2011

    @Miguel
    Again, as i said on the other post, you were the one who brought them up. Care to share were you get your numbers from? Besides ” seeing cars on the street “.

  10. Miguel
    October 1, 2011

    I know the small “pocket magazine” Guia do automóvel” and I can tell that is not a very reliable source of information!

    • matgasnier
      October 1, 2011

      Hi Miguel,
      I’m afraid I don’t understand your comment here.
      Are you saying that ‘Guia do Automovel’ are making sales figures up?
      M

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