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Germany Private Sales June 2013: Dacia Sandero at 93%

Dacia Sandero Germany June 2013. Picture courtesy of Auto Motor und SportDacia Sandero

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After a one month hiatus, German Private sales are back on BSCB, now as an appetiser to the overall Germany models ranking. No change on the podium compared to April: the VW Golf still dominates with a stronger-than-usual 39% private sales ratio (PSR), followed by the VW Polo (57%) and Mercedes B-Class very strong at 71% PSR. The VW Tiguan is up one spot to #4, the Skoda Fabia up 2 to #5 and the Mercedes A-Class down 2 to #6.

Mercedes C63 AMG Germany June 2013Mercedes C-Class

Below we have a group of cars that improve frankly on last April: the BMW 1 Series is up 5 ranks to #7, the Mercedes C-Class is up 7 to #8 and a reasonable 41% PSR, the Mini up 13 to #10 and the Skoda Yeti up 12 to #12 and a very robust 74% PSR. The Dacia Sandero is down 3 to #14 but still holds the PSR record in the Top 40 at a stellar 93%. The Toyota Auris (81%) and Dacia Duster (78%) follow.

BMW 3 Series Germany June 2013Only 24% of BMW 3 Series were sold to private buyers in June.

At the other end of the scale, the BMW 3 Series delivers a disappointing 24% PSR, with the Opel Astra (25%), Opel Corsa (29%), VW Touran (32%), Audi A3 (33%) and Mercedes E-Class (33%) not far behind. Finally, notice the VW Up! down to just 35% Private Sales Ratio, a dangerous area to be in which seems to indicate that more and more sales are going to fleet and/or rental companies.

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Previous month: Germany May 2013: BMW 3 Series back on podium

Previous PS post: Germany Private sales April 2013: Opel Mokka in Top 10

Full June 2013 Top 40 Ranking Table below.

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