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Latvia January 2013: Peugeot 3008 in great shape

Peugeot 3008 Latvia January 2013Peugeot 3008

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Thanks to Armands from LPAA I can share with you January figures for Latvia, and the news aren’t good, with new car sales down 12% year-on-year in the country to 911 registrations. Volkswagen keeps the lead of the brands ranking but is down 34% to 132 sales and 14.5% vs. 18.7% in 2012. Toyota is also down to 12% share vs. 14% in 2012 while Peugeot rounds up the podium at 8.8%, followed by Renault at 6% and Opel at 5.4%.

Model-wise, the Peugeot 3008 starts the year very well, holding the January top spot thanks to 40 units sold and 4.4%. It is followed by the VW Golf at 4%, Citroen Berlingo and Fiat 500 both at 3.3% and the Toyota Auris at 3% while the Peugeot 5008 takes the 6th spot at 2.4%. Notice also the Lada Niva at #10, Honda CR-V at #13, Kia Cee’d at #14, Dacia Lodgy at #25, Range Rover at #38 and Skoda Rapid at #61.

Previous post: Latvia Full Year 2012: VW Golf and Skoda Yeti in the lead

Full January 2013 Top 60 models and Top 20 brands Ranking Tables below.

Latvia January 2013 – brands:

PosBrandJan-13%/122012%Pos
1Volkswagen13214.5%-34%1,99718.7%1
2Toyota10912.0%-11%1,49614.0%2
3Peugeot808.8%-14%1,0569.9%3
4Renault556.0%-23%8027.5%5
5Opel495.4%48%5325.0%9
6Hyundai454.9%25%5475.1%8
7Skoda444.8%-49%9649.0%4
8Nissan424.6%-22%7617.1%6
9Fiat333.6%32%2332.2%17
10Citroen323.5%19%3673.4%10
11Mercedes323.5%78%3263.1%11
12Kia273.0%69%3072.9%13
13BMW262.9%0%3253.0%12
14Audi262.9%-32%3022.8%14
15Lada192.1%n/an/an/an/a
16Honda192.1%171%n/an/an/a
17Mitsubishi171.9%-43%2802.6%16
18Volvo171.9%-37%2071.9%19
19Ford151.6%0%6956.5%7
20Dacia151.6%-12%2882.7%15

Latvia January 2013 – models:

PosModelJan-13%/122012%Pos
1Peugeot 3008404.4%48%3082.9%5
2VW Golf364.0%-22%4374.1%1
3Citroen Berlingo303.3%140%1921.8%20
4Fiat 500303.3%500%1121.1%32
5Toyota Auris273.0%80%1341.3%25
6Peugeot 5008222.4%-49%3383.2%4
7Renault Master222.4%-21%2852.7%8
8VW Passat212.3%-40%3002.8%6
9Opel Astra202.2%12%2522.4%12
10Lada 4×4192.1%n/a30.0%n/a
11Nissan Juke192.1%-5%3773.5%3
12Toyota Land Cruiser Prado171.9%-54%1931.8%18
13Honda CR-V141.5%250%800.8%47
14Kia Cee’d141.5%367%1021.0%40
15Nissan Qashqai141.5%-46%2082.0%16
16Toyota Hilux141.5%56%2712.5%10
17Hyundai i30121.3%-8%1241.2%27
18Skoda Octavia121.3%-57%2822.6%9
19VW Tiguan121.3%-54%2262.1%13
20Hyundai ix35111.2%83%1661.6%22
21Renault Trafic111.2%-8%1421.3%24
22Skoda Yeti111.2%-15%4213.9%2
23Toyota Avensis111.2%-27%2872.7%7
24VW Caddy111.2%-8%2132.0%14
25Dacia Lodgy101.1%new70.1%n/a
26Mercedes Sprinter101.1%67%950.9%42
27Toyota Yaris101.1%67%890.8%46
28BMW X391.0%29%680.6%57
29Kia Sportage91.0%-10%1241.2%28
30Porsche Cayenne91.0%80%620.6%61
31Renault Scenic91.0%-10%600.6%62
32Skoda Praktik91.0%200%310.3%97
33Toyota RAV491.0%-55%1921.8%19
34VW Jetta91.0%-64%2092.0%15
35Hyundai i4080.9%14%1000.9%41
36Hyundai Santa Fe80.9%167%390.4%84
37Opel Combo80.9%100%750.7%51
38Range Rover80.9%167%170.2%n/a
39VW Amarok80.9%167%600.6%63
40Audi Q370.8%250%390.4%87
41Lexus RX70.8%-13%930.9%43
42Mitsubishi Outlander70.8%-42%1131.1%31
43Opel Insignia70.8%-13%710.7%55
44Renault Clio70.8%n/a190.2%125
45Subaru Outback70.8%0%1041.0%37
46VW Crafter70.8%-61%1061.0%36
47Audi Q560.7%-25%570.5%65
48BMW 3 Series60.7%n/a480.5%77
49Hyundai i2060.7%50%900.8%44
50Mercedes ML Class60.7%200%550.5%70
51Toyota Land Cruiser V860.7%n/a390.4%86
52Volvo V70/XC7060.7%0%510.5%73
53VW Caravelle/Multivan60.7%100%620.6%60
54Chevrolet Captiva50.5%150%270.3%105
55Chevrolet Cruze50.5%400%250.2%110
56Renault Kangoo50.5%-29%1101.0%34
57Toyota Corolla50.5%-58%1141.1%30
58Volvo XC6050.5%-55%790.7%48
59VW Touran50.5%-17%360.3%90
60VW Up!50.5%new330.3%94
61Skoda Rapid50.5%new10.0%n/a
62Peugeot Partner50.5%-44%1111.0%33

Source: LPAA, many thanks to Armands for sharing the data!

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