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Latvia July 2011: VW Golf leads, Nissan Juke #8

Nissan Juke

* See the Top 75 best-selling models by clicking on ‘Read more’ at end of post! *

Over the first 7 months of 2011 the Latvian car market is up a whopping 83% on the same period in 2010 at 4,743 registrations. Thats’s +76% on 2009 but -65% on 2008… The VW Golf keeps the lead and gets stronger as the year goes by, now at 5.5% share with 259 sales. The Renault Megane is #2 at 191 units and 4.1%, ahead of the VW Passat up 12 spots on 2010 in 3rd position with 148 sales and 3.1%.

Peugeot 5008

Further down the ranking, notice the Nissan Juke in 8th place – possibly its best ranking anywhere in the world – at 111 units and 2.3%, the VW Caddy at #9 (2%), the Nissan Qashqai at #11 and the Peugeot 5008 at #15, up 41 spots on its 2010 ranking. The Dacia Duster is up 44 spots on 2010 at #19 with 74 sales. The BMW X6 is still strong at #39.

Previous post: see the 3 months 2011 Latvian Top 50 best-selling models here.

Full 7 months 2011 Top 75 Ranking Table below.

Latvia 7 months 2011:

PosModel7m 2011%3m2010
1VW Golf2595.5%11
2Renault Megane1944.1%29
3VW Passat1483.1%1015
4Ford Focus1332.8%37
5Toyota Avensis1242.6%123
6Skoda Octavia1202.5%116
7Opel Astra1182.5%710
8Nissan Juke1112.3%1852
9VW Caddy972.0%535
10Toyota RAV4952.0%65
11Nissan Qashqai952.0%1417
12Toyota Land Cruiser932.0%94
13Hyundai i30932.0%168
14Mitsubishi Outlander871.8%1516
15Peugeot 5008861.8%n/a56
16Peugeot 3008851.8%1329
17Toyota Corolla791.7%3213
18Suzuki SX4771.6%861
19Dacia Duster741.6%4663
20Toyota Auris691.5%2019
21Skoda Yeti671.4%1918
22Subaru Legacy631.3%2211
23Citroen C4621.3%26n/a
24Kia Sportage531.1%4558
25Opel Insignia501.1%2143
26VW Polo501.1%2712
27Toyota Verso491.0%4114
28Hyundai ix35471.0%2532
29Skoda Fabia471.0%3522
30Lexus RX461.0%1720
31Honda CR-V450.9%2923
32Suzuki Jimny420.9%50n/a
33Hyundai i20410.9%3066
34Volvo XC60400.8%2431
35Fiat 500370.8%43n/a
36Mitsubishi Pajero360.8%3869
37Volvo XC70350.7%3665
38BMW 5 Series350.7%n/a25
39BMW X6340.7%2837
40Ford Fiesta330.7%3362
41Renault Kangoo330.7%n/a38
42Peugeot Partner300.6%n/a2
43Renault Scenic290.6%454
44Mercedes Sprinter290.6%3167
45Kia Cee’d290.6%3421
46Honda Civic290.6%4044
47Subaru Forester290.6%n/a34
48Mitsubishi ASX290.6%n/a –
49Toyota Yaris280.6%n/a28
50BMW 3 Series270.6%3768
51VW Jetta270.6%n/a40
52Honda Accord270.6%n/a36
53Renault Trafic260.5%2342
54Range Rover260.5%n/an/a
55Citroen Berlingo260.5%n/an/a
56Opel Meriva250.5%49n/a
57Porsche Cayenne250.5%n/an/a
58BMW X5250.5%n/a49
59VW Touran220.5%4774
60Audi A4220.5%n/a47
61Hyundai Santa Fe220.5%n/an/a
62Mini Cooper220.5%n/an/a
63Mitsubishi Lancer200.4%4227
64Lexus CT200.4%n/an/a
65Honda Jazz190.4%n/an/a
66Peugeot 508190.4%n/an/a
67VW Tiguan180.4%4446
68Skoda Superb180.4%n/a51
69Ford Mondeo180.4%n/a39
71VW Touareg180.4%n/an/a
72VW Sharan160.3%4881
73BMW X3160.3%n/an/a
74Ford Kuga160.3%n/an/a
75VW Multivan160.3%n/an/a


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