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Austria January 2011: VW Golf leads, Opel Meriva #4, Sharan #8 Now with Top 100 best selling models

Opel Meriva

The Austrian market starts the year up 22% at 25,584 registrations in January. No surprises on top: like in Germany and the general European ranking, the VW Golf leads (4.5%) followed by the VW Polo (2.9%), however with shares lower than in 2010.

The Skoda Fabia climbs back onto the podium with 617 sales and 2.4%, ahead of a very strong Opel Meriva, 4th with 588 sales (2.3%). The Opel Astra and Skoda Octavia are the only two other models above 2% share. Notice the VW Sharan still strong in 8th with 1.9%, the Ford Galaxy at #11 and the Seat Alhambra at #27.

Full January Top 100 Ranking Table below. **Many thanks to Ausrutherford for the source tip!**

Austria January 2011:

PosModelJan%Dec2010%Pos
1VW Golf1,1594.5%116,9865.2%1
2VW Polo7452.9%212,3403.8%2
3Skoda Fabia6172.4%97,2252.2%5
4Opel Meriva5882.3%65,4451.7%9
5Opel Astra5352.1%76,9952.1%6
6Skoda Octavia5262.1%176,0071.8%8
7Audi A44901.9%46,6102.0%7
8VW Sharan4821.9%33,6411.1%23
9Seat Ibiza4621.8%237,5412.3%4
10Renault Megane4071.6%273,7361.1%22
11Ford Galaxy4041.6%103,6191.1%24
12Nissan Qashqai4021.6%303,2181.0%29
13Hyundai i303991.6%58,0172.4%3
14Opel Corsa3881.5%155,3261.6%10
15Renault Scenic3781.5%203,9591.2%19
16Peugeot 2073611.4%264,4411.4%16
17VW Touran3471.4%183,5761.1%26
18VW Passat3451.3%383,7741.1%20
19Dacia Duster3281.3%191,8520.6%
20VW Tiguan3271.3%85,0221.5%11
21BMW X13191.2%453,3491.0%27
22Kia Cee’d3051.2%254,5771.4%15
23Fiat 5002951.2%344,8881.5%13
24Renault Clio2811.1%213,6141.1%25
25Mercedes C Klasse2781.1%48
26Hyundai ix352581.0%
27Seat Alhambra2481.0%
28VW Golf Plus2430.9%
29Audi A32420.9%
30VW Bus2390.9%
31Ford Fiesta2310.9%
32VW Caddy2310.9%
33Ford C-Max2260.9%
34BMW X32250.9%
35Citroen C4 Picasso2230.9%
36BMW Serie 52200.9%
37Opel Insignia2150.8%
38Hyundai i202130.8%
39Peugeot 30082020.8%
40Fiat Punto2000.8%
41Kia Sportage2000.8%
42Opel Zafira2000.8%
43Fiat Panda1990.8%
44Seat Leon1990.8%
45Ford Focus1960.8%
46Peugeot 3081960.8%
47Skoda Superb1950.8%
48Mazda61920.8%
49Hyundai ix201920.8%
50Citroen C31780.7%
51Alfa Romeo Giulietta1770.7%
52Mini1760.7%
53Mitsubishi ASX1720.7%
54Mazda51700.7%
55Mercedes A Klasse1680.7%
56Skoda Yeti1650.6%
57Ford Kuga1630.6%
58Mercedes E Klasse1620.6%
59Peugeot 206+1620.6%
60Mazda21610.6%
61BMW Serie 11560.6%
62Volvo XC601510.6%
63Kia Venga1500.6%
64Audi A11470.6%
65Suzuki Swift1410.6%
66Toyota Auris1410.6%
67Mazda31400.5%
68Suzuki SX41370.5%
69Audi Q51360.5%
70Peugeot 50081350.5%
71BMW Serie 31340.5%
72Hyundai i101300.5%
73Nissan Juke1290.5%
74Seat Altea1220.5%
75Ford S-Max1200.5%
76Citroen C3 Picasso1150.4%
77Toyota Rav41120.4%
78Mercedes B Klasse1100.4%
79Toyota Verso1080.4%
80Citroen C41070.4%
81Dacia Sandero1020.4%
82Toyota Yaris950.4%
83Skoda Roomster940.4%
84VW Jetta920.4%
85Peugeot Partner910.4%
86Citroen Berlingo860.3%
87Mercedes GLK Klasse840.3%
88Mitsubishi Colt800.3%
89Seat Exeo800.3%
90Chevrolet Aveo790.3%
91Renault Twingo790.3%
92Suzuki Grand Vitara770.3%
93BMW X5710.3%
94Ford Mondeo710.3%
95Citroen C5690.3%
96Smart Fortwo670.3%
97Dacia Logan670.3%
98Volvo V50670.3%
99Opel Agila650.3%
100Audi A6610.2%

Source: www.automotive.co.at

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