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  1. Gab
    May 11, 2012

    Hello Marc!

    You seem to be well informed about car sales of Fiat Group and thank you for your correction and estimates about Lancia sales. Besides your estimates about sales of Thema in Italy, I only can find it on Germany car sales list, and just because it is so long. Unfortunately not more than 18 car sold in a month. It is stated on Carsitaly, that Fiat will return to China, and Alfa Romeo too. But what about Lancia?
    Other European car makers also not so successful in this segment in Europe, such as Citroen, are trying so hard to share that market with Audi, Mercedes, BMW, Jaguar or VW group (Skoda). I know that 300C performs well in the USA and Canada, but Lancia won’t reach the desired sale numbers in Europe with the new Thema. I’m just wondering…

  2. Carsitaly
    May 9, 2012

    Statistics of Fiat Group in Italy: http://www.carsitaly.net/fiat-car-sales_italy.htm

  3. Paul
    May 9, 2012

    Surprised and impressed with the performance of the Fiat Freemont. I really though this car would struggle in Europe.

  4. Marc
    May 9, 2012

    Now publisher real official number by Unrae: Lancia Delta has sell 878 cars and is placed at nr.35

  5. Miguel
    May 6, 2012

    What a big leap for the cute Citroen C3!!!!

  6. Marc
    May 5, 2012

    I don’t know if is “Paolino Paperino” who write or calculate the chart but…
    Again this month…. the estimated value of LANCIA DELTA is sensibly wrong in defect!

    And the correction of result is for this:

    LANCIA has in april a total of 7499
    Ypsilon -4670
    Musa -1802
    Voyager -99

    So We know then result of remain Lancia Delta + Lancia Thema is: 928

    but also We know on Segment E (of Lancia Thema) last car charted is in 10th pos. is Mercedes CLS with 80 car selling, so We know Thema can’t sell more than 70/75 cars on april… to subtract to 928..

    …And is easy know then LANCIA DELTA HAS SELL AT LEAST 850-860 cars in April and it must stay on chart before Reanaul Megan and Vw Passat in 35th POSITION (and not in actual 44th)


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