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Slight setback for new car sales in Denmark in October: down 3% to 16,370 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to an all-time 158.476 units, up 4% on 2013 which was already a record year. Volkswagen is as dominant as ever in the brands ranking, reaching a 13.2% market share vs. 12.1% year-to-date. It is followed by Peugeot at 9.9%, Citroen at 7.1%, Ford at 7%, Toyota and Skoda both at 6.9% and Kia at 5%. No surprises atop the models ranking: the VW Up has now been topping the Danish sales charts for an incredible 27 consecutive months thanks to 860 units and 5.3% share.
Citroen C4 Cactus
In 2nd place the Peugeot 108 surges 9 spots on September to reach its best ranking in the world so far at 555 sales and 3.4%. Volkswagen trusts the next two spots with the Polo at #3 and Golf at #4. Other great performers this month in Denmark include the Peugeot 308 up a massive 36 ranks on last month to #7 vs. #20 YTD and #50 in FY2013, the Hyundai i20 stable at #8 vs. #17 YTD, the Citroen C4 Cactus up 12 spots to an excellent 16th place with 2.2% market share vs. #60 YTD and the Mitsubishi Space Star at #18 vs. #51.
Previous month: Denmark September 2014: VW Up and Golf on top
One year ago: Denmark October 2013: Ford Fiesta up to #2, Top 10 100% minis
Full October 2014 Top 100 models and Top 30 brands Ranking Tables below.
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Good times can’t last forever: Danish new car sales are shockingly down 1% year-on-year in September to 14.432 registrations, still delivering the 2nd best September score in the history of automobile in Denmark. The year-to-date total stands at an all-time record 142.105 units, up 5% on 2013. Only models data is available for now, the brands ranking will follow shortly. The VW Up lodges a 26th straight month in pole position with 654 sales and 4.5% share, one full percentage point below its year-to-date level however. Volkswagen manages a rare 1-2 this month in Denmark with the Golf snapping up 2nd spot thanks to 488 units and 3.4% share. The Ford Fiesta and Skoda Octavia follow, while the Toyota Aygo is down 3 spots to #5, the Peugeot 108 down 6 to #11 and the Citroen C1 down two to #15. Not a great month for the Kolin triplets. The Bratislava triplets fare better: on top of the sovereign VW Up, the Skoda Citigo is up two ranks to #9 and the Seat Mii is down 3 to #25 but still above the #28 it holds year-to-date. Notice also the Mitsubishi Space Star down 3 to a still very impressive 12th place, the Mazda3 up to #19 vs. #34 year-to-date and the Citroen C4 Cactus up 9 to #28.
Previous month: Denmark August 2014: Peugeot 108 in Top 5, Mitsubishi Space Star takes off
One year ago: Denmark September 2013: Ford Ka up to 4th place
Full September 2014 Top 100 models Ranking Table below.
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New car sales in Denmark are back into positive in August at +2% year-on-year to an all-time high 14,604 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 127,671 units, up 6% on 2013 and here to an all-time record after 8 months. The VW Up smoothly lodges its 25th consecutive month in pole position thanks to 711 sales and 4.9% share, however this is below its year-to-date level of 5.6%. Plus the Toyota Aygo, now lifted by the new generation, is up to 4.5% share in 2nd place. Can the Up reign come to an end soon? We welcome two new nameplates inside the monthly Danish Top 10 this month: the Peugeot 108 is up 15 spots on July to break into the Top 5 in 5th place thanks to 443 sales and 3% share – its best monthly ranking in the world so far, and the Mitsubishi Space Star is an instant hit here: up a huge 76 ranks for its first full month of sales to #9 at 333 units and 2.3% share. More data will be uploaded shortly.
Previous month: Denmark July 2014: Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 308 shoot up
One year ago: Denmark August 2013: VW Up and Toyota Aygo lead the way
Full August 2014 Top 130 models and Top 32 brands Ranking Tables below.
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Shock, horror: for the first time in years, the Danish new car market is down year-on-year, granted by a tiny 0.4% to 14,267 registrations in July. Rest assured the year-to-date tally is still very much in positive territory at a record 113,067 units, up 6% on 2013. Denmark is the land of minicars, so it’s with hardly contained excitement that we are now witnessing the new generation Kolin triplets (because produced there) claw their way back up the sales charts: below an unassailable VW Up leader for the 24th month in a row (yep – exactly two years!), the Toyota Aygo shoots up 24 spots on June to a splendid 2nd place with 463 sales and 3.2%.
The Peugeot 108 is now among Denmark’s 20 most popular vehicles.
The Citroen C1 for its part is up 13 ranks to reclaim a spot inside the Top 10 at #9 with 347 units and 2.4% and the Peugeot 108 breaks into the Top 20 for its first full month of sales in the country at #20 and 232 units for a 1.6% market share. That’s 1,042 sales and 7.1% share for the Kolin triplets vs. 1,208 and 8.5% for the Bratislava crew (Up/Citigo/Mii)… But wait there’s more movement in Denmark this month: the Peugeot 308 is up a massive 16 ranks on June to round up the podium at #3 with 448 sales and 3.1%, the Kia Rio is up to #8, the VW Polo up to 20 and the Citroen C4 Cactus stuck at #69.
Previous month: Denmark June 2014: VW Up and Ford Ka on top
One year ago: Denmark July 2013: Kolin and Bratislava triplets ultra dominant
Full July 2014 Top 130 models Ranking Table below.
First appearance of the Peugeot 108 in the Danish sales charts this month.
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Danish new car sales are up a meagre 0.1% year-on-year in June to 17,572 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to a record 98,900 units halfway through the year, up 7% on 2013. In the brands ranking, Volkswagen continues to dominate with 1,982 sales and 11.3% share, ahead of Ford (9.3%), Renault (8.2%) and Toyota (6.7%) while Peugeot is kicked down from #2 in May to #5. The VW Up is the best-selling model in the country for the 23rd month in a row (!) thanks to 834 sales and 4.7% share and is followed this month by the Ford Ka up 15 spots on May to a beautiful 2nd place. The Nissan Qashqai is up a further two spots to #5 vs. #13 year-to-date, the Hyundai i10 is up 4 to #11, Hyundai i30 up 9 to #14, Citroen C4 Picasso up 10 to #16, BMW 3 Series up 23 to #17, Mazda3 up 9 to #21 and Tesla Model S up 29 to #69. We welcome two newcomers in the ranking this month: the Peugeot 108 landing at #64 and the Citroen C4 Cactus at #70.
Previous month: Denmark May 2014: Nissan Qashqai and Peugeot 308 shine
One year ago: Denmark June 2013: VW Up! and Renault Clio IV on top
Full June 2014 Top 130 models and Top 34 brands Ranking Tables below.
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Another record month for new car sales in Denmark, up 1% year-on-year in May to 16,871 registrations which brings the year-to-date total to 81,226 units after 5 months, up 9% on 2013 and here too a new record. Brand-wise, Volkswagen stays ahead thanks to 2,220 sales and 13.2% share, above Peugeot at 10.9% while Skoda jumps onto the podium at 8.4% and Renault is up to #4 and 6.7% vs. #7 year-to-date.
The Peugeot 308 misses out on the Danish Top 10 for 7 sales this month.
In the models ranking, it’s a 22nd consecutive month in pole position for the VW Up at 989 units and 5.9% ahead of the Peugeot 107 with 667 sales and 4% and the Skoda Octavia at 656 units and 3.9%, now 6th year-to-date. The VW Golf is up 3 spots on April to a cool 5th place, the Nissan Qashqai ranks 7th vs. 14th year-to-date, the Skoda Citigo is back inside the Top 10 at #10, the Peugeot 308 is up 10 ranks on last month to #11, the Renault Captur up a further one to #13, Hyundai i10 up 9 to #15 and the Mazda3 up 66 to #30.
Previous month: Denmark April 2014: Ford Fiesta almost topples VW Up
One year ago: Denmark May 2013: Renault Clio IV up to #4
Full May 2014 Top 130 models and Top 40 brands Ranking Tables below.
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Unstoppable Danish new car sales continue on their positive run: up another 4% year-on-year in April to 16,511 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to a record 64,355 units after 4 months, up 11% on 2013. If the VW Up manages an astonishing 21 consecutive months in pole position with 981 sales and 5.9%, it was only by the skin of its teeth this month: only 12 units separate it from the Ford Fiesta, up 7 spots on March to #2 at 969 units and now #4 year-to-date. The Peugeot 107 is also strong, up 3 ranks to #3, while the Nissan Qashqai is up 6 to #6 and the Hyundai i20 up 10 to #11.
Previous month: Denmark March 2014: Skoda Citigo back up to #3
One year ago: Denmark April 2013: VW Up! sales double any other car
Full April 2014 Top 130 models Ranking Table below.
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No sign of slowing down for new car sales in Denmark, up another 12% year-on-year in March to 16,814 registrations, bringing the First Quarter figure to 47,842 units, up 14% on 2013. While the VW Up celebrates an incredible 20 consecutive months in pole position, the Ford Ka continues to shine, up one spot on February to #2 and the Skoda Citigo is back onto the podium for the first time since last July at #3. The VW Golf is up 5 spots to #7, the Nissan Qashqai up 13 to #12 and the Renault Captur passes the Clio at #16 vs. #17.
Previous month: Denmark February 2014: Peugeot 107 and Ford Ka shine
One year ago: Denmark March 2013: It’s citycar heaven!
Full March 2014 Top 120 models Ranking Table below.
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In a wobbly European context, Danish new car sales do not understand the word ‘crisis’ and even go from strength to strength this year: on the back on 3 consecutive all-time record years in 2011, 2012 and 2013, February sales are up a further 20% year-on-year to 14,759 registrations, a new-all time high for the month, bringing the year-to-date total to 31,028 units, up 15% on 2013. Volkswagen reclaims the brands pole position off Peugeot at 12.1% share vs. 10.9% while model-wise, it’s still city car heaven out there: the VW Up celebrates 19 consecutive months at #1 with 962 sales and 6.5% share, the Peugeot 107 in runout mode is up 3 spots on January to #2 and 4.6%, ahead of the Ford Ka up a huge 25 ranks to #3 and 4.4%, the Toyota Aygo at #4 and the Chevrolet Spark at #5. Don’t forget the Skoda Citigo at #8 and Kia Picanto at #9.
Previous month: Denmark January 2014: Kolin triplets above 13% market share
One year ago: Denmark February 2013: VW Up! and Skoda Citigo on top
Full February 2014 Top 120 models Ranking Table below.
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On the back on 3 consecutive all-time record years, the Danish new car market does not slow down in January: up a further 10% year-on-year to 16,269 registrations! 4th over the FY2013, Peugeot spectacularly takes the lead of the brands ranking this month thanks to 1,908 sales and 11.7% share, ahead of Volkswagen at 11.5% and Toyota at 10.1%. While the VW Up comfortably lodges its 18th consecutive month atop the Danish models ranking with 1,024 sales and 6.3% share, the heroes of the month are the Kolin triplets (as in manufactured in Kolin, Czech Republic). All 3 fit inside the Top 5 this month, delivering scores well above their FY2013 level, adding up to 2,128 sales and 13.1% share: the Toyota Aygo is up to #2 and 5%, the Citroen C1 up to #4 and 4.1% and the Peugeot 107 up to #5 and 4%.
Other great performers this month in Denmark include the Peugeot 208 up to third position with 784 sales and 4.8% share vs. 3.1% in 2013, the Hyundai i20 up 22 spots on December to #7, Hyundai i10 up 85 to #11, the Peugeot 2008 up 19 to break into the monthly Danish Top 20 for the first time at #18 with 271 sales and 1.7% (and above the Renault Captur at #19), the Nissan Note up to #20 vs. #55 in 2013 and the Mazda3 up to #27 vs. #75.
Previous post: Denmark Full Year 2013: VW Up confirms supremacy in record-breaking year
Previous month: December December 2013: Citroen C4 Picasso & Renault Captur up
One year ago: Denmark January 2013: VW Up! reaches world-best 10.4% share
Full January 2014 Top 120 models and Top 33 All-brands Ranking Tables below.