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Austria November 2013: VW Touran in Top 10

VW Touran Austria November 2013VW Touran

* See the Top 60 best-selling models and Top 42 All-brands by clicking on the title! *

The Austrian new car sales are down 4% year-on-year in November to 23,350 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 298,204 units, down 6% on 2012. The VW Golf continues to dominate the models charts thanks to 1,214 sales and 5.2%, followed for the second consecutive month by the Skoda Octavia at 700 units and 3% vs. 2.2% year-to-date. The VW Polo at 2.6%, Skoda Fabia back up 36 spots on October to a more traditional #4 at 2.3% and the VW Tiguan also at 2.3% are the only other models above 2% market share this month, confirming Austria is one of the most fragmented car markets in the world.

Audi Q3 Austria November 2013. Picture courtesy of largus.frAudi Q3

Further down the ranking, great performers this month include the Ford Fiesta up 9 ranks to #7, the VW Touran up a massive 25 spots to #10 with 383 sales and 1.6% vs. #24 year-to-date, Audi Q3 up 12 to #13, Skoda Yeti up 27 to #17, Mazda3 up 21 to #20, Opel Mokka up from outside the Top 50 last month to #23, Peugeot 2008 up 5 ranks to a best-ever #26 and well above the Peugeot 208 at #48 and passing the Renault Captur at #31.

Previous month: Austria October 2013: Suzuki SX4 shoots up to 10th place

One year ago: Austria November 2012: Dacia Lodgy and Opel Mokka up

Full November 2013 Top 60 models and Top 42 All-brands Ranking Tables below.

Austria November 2013 – brands:

PosBrandNov%/12Oct2013%/12Pos2012
1Volkswagen4,33318.6%-7%153,14817.8%-7%11
2Skoda1,7817.6%30%619,7756.6%-6%22
3Hyundai1,6787.2%20%219,6736.6%8%35
4Ford1,6687.1%0%418,4506.2%-10%43
5Audi1,5376.6%2%318,3866.2%-8%64
6Opel1,3535.8%14%518,4486.2%0%56
7BMW1,2635.4%-10%814,2374.8%-6%98
8Seat1,1835.1%9%914,4744.9%5%89
9Peugeot8883.8%0%109,6293.2%-29%1210
10Renault8353.6%-37%715,5785.2%-3%77
11Fiat7813.3%-22%1310,5053.5%-10%1112
12Mercedes6903.0%-33%1510,8213.6%8%1014
13Mazda6722.9%24%129,0143.0%15%1316
14Kia6612.8%-12%148,6202.9%-28%1411
15Toyota6142.6%28%198,1252.7%15%1617
16Dacia5782.5%-20%116,9372.3%21%1818
17Citroen5382.3%-11%177,2942.4%-32%1713
18Nissan5092.2%-6%188,1612.7%0%1515
19Suzuki3901.7%-1%165,0941.7%-5%1919
20Volvo2090.9%-16%212,6340.9%-10%2222
21Land Rover1740.7%-5%241,9680.7%11%2326
22Mitsubishi1690.7%-27%223,0731.0%-15%2121
23Mini1550.7%16%251,9030.6%-6%2525
24Chevrolet1390.6%-44%203,7811.3%-13%2020
25Honda1070.5%-26%261,9430.7%-3%2424
26Alfa Romeo800.3%-56%271,5000.5%-33%2623
27Smart800.3%70%239050.3%29%28n/a
28Subaru650.3%-38%317920.3%-36%3027
29Lancia500.2%-7%288520.3%-33%2928
30Porsche460.2%-16%309260.3%0%2729
31Jeep460.2%-55%296810.2%-14%3130
32Lexus250.1%32%322250.1%-17%33n/a
33Tesla230.1%new42400.0%400%36n/a
34Jaguar140.1%-7%332960.1%2%32n/a
35Maserati40.0%n/a36260.0%100%38n/a
36SsangYong30.0%n/a34210.0%40%41n/a
37Aston Martin20.0%100% –240.0%41%39n/a
38Tata20.0%100%35180.0%-5%42n/a
39Mia20.0%new –20.0%new50 –
40Ferrari10.0%-75%38570.0%33%34n/a
41Bentley10.0%-50%39420.0%-14%35n/a
42Morgan10.0%n/a –150.0%15%43n/a

Austria November 2013 – models:

PosModelNov%Oct2013%/12Pos2012
1VW Golf1,2145.2%114,8325.0%12%11
2Skoda Octavia7003.0%26,6652.2%-5%44
3VW Polo6092.6%49,0783.1%4%23
4Skoda Fabia5332.3%406,2362.1%-5%55
5VW Tiguan5302.3%37,7512.6%-12%32
6Hyundai i204732.0%55,7801.9%40%613
7Ford Fiesta4642.0%164,0921.3%-23%148
8Hyundai ix354461.9%84,5721.5%31%1021
9Seat Ibiza3871.7%94,9121.6%-14%86
10VW Touran3831.6%353,2601.0%-17%2416
11Hyundai i303671.6%64,9621.7%-11%77
12VW Bus3601.5%133,3601.1%4%2226
13Audi Q33571.5%253,4581.1%13%2133
14BMW Serie 33431.5%154,5421.5%42%1228
15Audi A33321.4%193,9541.3%-1%1517
16Audi A43311.4%73,7881.3%-15%1711
17Skoda Yeti3001.3%443,0161.0%-16%2923
18Seat Leon2931.3%343,4851.2%47%2049
19VW Sharan2831.2%203,6031.2%-8%1815
20Mazda32811.2%411,6820.5%7%6167
21VW Passat2741.2%223,2081.1%-31%259
22Ford C-Max2731.2%332,3670.8%-21%3938
23Opel Mokka2721.2%n/a2,8060.9%826%33149
24Seat Alhambra2651.1%392,9641.0%7%3041
25VW Caddy2511.1%242,8040.9%-8%3431
26Peugeot 20082461.1%311,1230.3%new79 –
27VW Golf Plus2421.0%452,1100.7%-26%4639
28Fiat 5002391.0%124,5481.6%34%1125
29Opel Zafira2321.0%272,5330.8%-30%3722
30Nissan Qashqai2281.0%284,7651.7%14%914
31Renault Captur2180.9%291,6600.5%new63 –
32Kia Cee’d2120.9%423,1661.1%-21%2618
33Dacia Sandero2120.9%142,6920.9%114%3581
34Ford Galaxy2110.9%182,5300.8%-24%3827
35Fiat Punto2110.9%n/a2,0270.5%0%5257
36Kia Sportage2090.9%381,9610.6%-20%5344
37Ford Focus2080.9%323,5361.2%-11%1919
38BMW Serie 52030.9%n/a2,0660.6%-14%4948
39Hyundai i102010.9%n/a1,0520.2%-9%8487
40Opel Astra1980.8%303,3021.1%-30%2310
41Renault Clio1940.8%174,1991.5%20%1324
42Ford Kuga1920.8%361,9420.6%51%5479
43BMW X31890.8%n/a2,3020.6%-24%4135
44BMW X11830.8%n/a2,0950.6%-8%4753
45Mazda CX-51820.8%262,9531.0%110%3172
46Citroen C4 Picasso1790.8%432,2430.8%-26%4336
47Seat Altea1760.8%n/a1,9150.5%-16%5650
48Peugeot 2081720.7%503,0431.0%23%2843
49Dacia Duster1700.7%232,0910.7%-26%4840
50Opel Corsa1640.7%373,1311.1%-5%2729
51Toyota RAV41620.7%n/a1,3850.4%109%77119
52Toyota Auris1600.7%n/a2,0310.6%178%51113
53Suzuki SX41600.7%101,5430.5%5%6871
54Opel Insignia1530.7%211,7280.6%-6%6062
55Audi A11520.7%n/a1,9250.5%-17%5552
56Toyota Yaris1480.6%n/a2,0460.6%-16%5045
57Renault Scenic1430.6%113,9201.4%-9%1612
58Audi Q51410.6%472,1160.7%40%4470
59Fiat Panda1390.6%n/a1,6450.4%-48%6430
60Hyundai ix201330.6%482,2770.8%-5%4246

Source: www.automotive.co.at

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. @AndyT

    Yes, the sales of the new Panda are really disappointing. And don’t forget that in the next year the new Twingo, Aygo, 107 and C1 will be realised. These are rough times for the Panda, nevertheless the Panda is a very good car for its price.

    In my opinion FIAT should release the Ottimo and the Vaggio in Europe.

    The next Bravo and the next Punto should be SUVs like the Qashqai and the Captur respectively.

  2. Given how new it is, its amazing how poor the new Fiat Panda is selling in some markets – including neighbouring Austria it seems. And yet, Fiat wants to scrap the Punto and brand everything 500 or Panda. Madness?

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