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Italy Station Wagons September 2011: VW Passat on podium

89% of all VW Passats sold in Italy in September are station wagons

* See the Top 10 best-selling models by clicking on 'Read more' at end of post! *

The Italian Station Wagon (SW) market is up 4% this month at 13,569 registrations in an overall market down 6%. The Opel Astra keeps the lead with 1,506 but its SW ratio goes down to 64% vs. 74% in August. The Audi A4 stays #2 at 1,415 units and a whopping 87% SW ratio.

Peugeot 308

The VW Passat does even better, up one spot to #3 with 1,370 sales and a 89% SW ratio! It is followed by the Ford Focus at 54%, the Renault Megane at 66%, the Opel Insignia at 85% and the BMW 5 Series at 61%. After a 2 months absence, the Peugeot 308 is back in the Italian SW Top 10 at 529 units and 54% SW ratio compared to 39% year-to-date (#10).

Previous month: see the Italian Station Wagons August Top 10 best-sellers here.

Full September 2011 Top 10 Ranking Table below.

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  1. October 10th, 2011 at 05:12 | #1

    @MFabio83
    Thanks a lot for you always kind information fabio! I saked this because I´m fan of the Alfa 159 and I know that actualy the Italians do not have SW´S.

  2. MFabio83
    October 10th, 2011 at 01:49 | #2

    @Miguel
    the Group Fiat had left all the SW segment… no Bravo sw, nothing seg-D like Passat for FIAT (there was Croma, but it was a little different…), there’s just the 159 but Alfa Romeo had prefered to develop the compact car like Mi.To and Giulietta. there’s not interesting in the company to support the sales of 159. it wait to present the future Giulia

  3. Dario
    October 9th, 2011 at 04:52 | #3

    do you wonder the same thing every month?
    you have already been explained that the freemont is not a sw ad that very few 159s are sold

  4. October 9th, 2011 at 00:14 | #4

    I wonder where are the Alfa 159 SW and the Fiat freemont, the two only Italian wagons actualy.

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