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Mexico Full Year 2013: Chevrolet Aveo and VW Clasico on top

Chevrolet Aveo Mexico 2013The Chevrolet Aveo is the most popular model in Mexico for the 2nd year running. 

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The Mexican new car market is up a splendid 8% year-on-year in December to reach 119,364 registrations, its highest monthly figure in 6 years (since the 126,350 hit in December 2007), and bringing the final 2013 total to 1,063,363 units, also up a very robust 8% on 2012. This is the first time since 2008 that Mexico is above one million annual sales. Brand-wise, both Nissan at 24.8% share and Chevrolet at 19% evolve like the market, while Volkswagen shoots up 17% to 156,313 sales and 14.7%. Ford (+4%) passes Chrysler (-10%) with Toyota (+8%), Honda (+11%) and Mazda (+33%) following. Notice Audi up 23%, BMW up 20%, Fiat up 63% and Peugeot up 33%.

Nissan Tsuru Mexico 2013 imcdbThe Nissan Tsuru is up an amazing 34% in 2013.

Model-wise, the Chevrolet Aveo is the most popular vehicle in the country for the second year running in spite of sales down 1% to 65,331 for a 6.1% market share. After leading the market in 2011 but falling down to #3 last year, the VW Clasico is back up one spot and 21% to #2 at 54,603 units and 5.1%, topping the monthly charts 4 times this year and passing the Nissan Versa up just 3% to 49,004 sales and 4.6%. Incredibly, the antediluvian but cheap Nissan Tsuru manages to gain 34% year-on-year to remain #4 at 46,298 units and 4.4%, keeping its distance with the VW Nuevo Jetta up 19% at #5.

Chevrolet Trax Mexico 2013. Picture courtesy of largus.frChevrolet Trax

Excellent year for the Chevrolet Spark up 28% to #6 and for the Nissan Sentra up 29% to #7, both models gaining 4 spots on their 2012 ranking. Finally, notice the Chevrolet Sonic landing at #12, the Chevrolet Trax selling 16,613 units and the Renault Duster at an impressive 10,994 sales both models having just launched this year.

Previous month: Mexico November 2013: Chevrolet Aveo at highest share in one year

Previous year: Mexico Full Year 2012: Chevrolet Aveo and Nissan Versa take control

Two years ago: Mexico Full Year 2011: VW Clasico ends Nissan Tsuru’s 8 year-reign

December and Full Year 2013 Top 10 models and Top 30 brands Ranking Tables below.

Mexico December 2013 – models:

PosModelDec%/12Nov2013%/12Pos2012
1Chevrolet Aveo8,7077.3%10%165,3316.1%-1%11
2Nissan Versa5,1204.3%-15%349,0044.6%3%32
3VW Clasico4,8764.1%-12%254,6035.1%21%23
4Nissan Tsuru3,8783.2%48%446,2984.4%34%44
5VW Nuevo Jetta3,8093.2%46%536,4553.4%19%55
6Nissan Sentra3,3342.8%-21%728,5382.7%29%711
7Honda CR-V3,0302.5%5%924,0212.3%-3%109
8Nissan Tiida sedan2,9402.5%36%625,8632.4%-10%86
9Nissan March2,7772.3%-6%822,7732.1%-10%117
10Nissan Chasis Largo2,7022.3%18%1024,9942.4%-1%98
Chevrolet Trax2,4722.1%newn/a16,6131.6%newn/a –
Chevrolet Sonic2,3552.0%n/an/a20,2471.9%n/a12n/a
Chevrolet Spark2,3091.9%1%n/a29,5052.8%28%610
Dodge Journey1,5791.3%7%n/a12,6151.2%-3%n/an/a
Toyota RAV41,4461.2%n/an/a10,8301.0%n/an/an/a
Renault Duster1,3971.2%newn/a10,9941.0%newn/an/a
Toyota Hilux1,0120.8%n/an/a9,1200.9%n/an/an/a
Nissan Pick Up DC9720.8%-7%n/a10,1391.0%15%n/an/a

Mexico December 2013 – brands:

PosModelDec%/12Nov2013%/12Pos2012
1Nissan28,61424.0%1%1263,47724.8%8%11
2General Motors22,88219.2%5%2201,60419.0%8%22
3Volkswagen16,91814.2%28%3156,31314.7%17%33
4Ford9,2277.7%-5%685,7218.1%4%45
5Chrysler8,3627.0%-11%478,9747.4%-10%54
6Toyota8,3417.0%9%560,7405.7%8%66
7Honda7,2076.0%18%758,3815.5%11%77
8Mazda4,1273.5%55%833,3483.1%31%88
9Renault2,6122.2%13%921,1872.0%-15%109
10Seat2,0601.7%-7%1021,1892.0%0%910
11Audi1,3361.1%8%1311,7121.1%23%1112
12Suzuki1,2091.0%12%1111,1901.1%4%1211
13Mitsubishi1,0980.9%40%158,9970.8%-1%1414
14Fiat1,0030.8%111%128,2280.8%63%1617
15BMW9500.8%0%149,6350.9%20%1315
16Mercedes9000.8%13%168,8710.8%3%1513
17Peugeot7060.6%21%176,9410.7%33%1716
18Mini3940.3%-1%184,3570.4%14%1818
19Acura2540.2%27%192,5700.2%19%1919
20Lincoln2020.2%-20%211,7660.2%-14%2020
21Smart2000.2%25%201,6760.2%3%2122
22Land Rover1610.1%69%221,3570.1%46%2324
23Infiniti1340.1%37%279890.1%34%2525
24Isuzu1300.1%-15%241,0150.1%-40%2421
25Volvo1280.1%-21%231,5680.1%4%2223
26Subaru1030.1%1044%255330.1%88%2727
27Porsche810.1%14%267650.1%18%2626
28Jaguar140.0%75%281430.0%22%2828
29Alfa Romeo100.0%-9%291040.0%12%2929
30Bentley10.0%-50%30120.0%20%3030

Mexico Full Year 2013 – models:

PosModel2013%/122012%Pos
1Chevrolet Aveo65,3316.1%-1%66,0996.7%1
2VW Clasico54,6035.1%21%45,0694.6%3
3Nissan Versa49,0044.6%3%47,5064.8%2
4Nissan Tsuru46,2984.4%34%34,5693.5%4
5VW Nuevo Jetta36,4553.4%19%30,5913.1%5
6Chevrolet Spark29,5052.8%28%23,1072.3%10
7Nissan Sentra28,5382.7%29%21,5742.2%11
8Nissan Tiida sedan25,8632.4%-10%28,6422.9%6
9Nissan Chasis Largo24,9942.4%-1%25,2202.6%8
10Honda CR-V24,0212.3%-3%24,7232.5%9
11Nissan March22,7732.1%-10%25,3062.6%7
12Chevrolet Sonic20,2471.9%n/an/an/an/a
Chevrolet Trax16,6131.6%new00.0% –
Dodge Journey12,6151.2%-3%13,0341.3%n/a
Renault Duster10,9941.0%new00.0%n/a
Toyota RAV410,8301.0%n/an/an/an/a
Nissan Pick Up DC10,1391.0%15%8,8470.9%n/a
Toyota Hilux9,1200.9%n/an/an/an/a

Mexico Full Year 2013 – brands:

PosModel2013%/122012%Pos
1Nissan263,47724.8%8%244,96224.8%1
2General Motors201,60419.0%8%186,38318.9%2
3Volkswagen156,31314.7%17%133,96413.6%3
4Ford85,7218.1%4%82,3288.3%5
5Chrysler78,9747.4%-10%88,0238.9%4
6Toyota60,7405.7%8%56,2785.7%6
7Honda58,3815.5%11%52,3515.3%7
8Mazda33,3483.1%31%25,4242.6%8
9Seat21,1892.0%0%21,1142.1%10
10Renault21,1872.0%-15%25,0302.5%9
11Audi11,7121.1%23%9,4821.0%12
12Suzuki11,1901.1%4%10,7331.1%11
13BMW9,6350.9%20%8,0060.8%15
14Mitsubishi8,9970.8%-1%8,7530.9%14
15Mercedes8,8710.8%3%8,9660.9%13
16Fiat8,2280.8%63%5,0380.5%17
17Peugeot6,9410.7%33%5,2040.5%16
18Mini4,3570.4%14%3,8210.4%18
19Acura2,5700.2%19%2,1640.2%19
20Lincoln1,7660.2%-14%2,0540.2%20
21Smart1,6760.2%3%1,6340.2%22
22Volvo1,5680.1%4%1,5130.2%23
23Land Rover1,3570.1%46%9270.1%24
24Isuzu1,0150.1%-40%1,7060.2%21
25Infiniti9890.1%34%7360.1%25
26Porsche7650.1%18%6500.1%26
27Subaru5330.1%88%2830.0%27
28Jaguar1430.0%22%1170.0%28
29Alfa Romeo1040.0%12%930.0%29
30Bentley120.0%20%100.0%30

Source: AMDA

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  1. Nice year for the mexican market, and it looks like 2014 will be even better…
    Mitsubishi is surely recovering because the new and update models, and wow @Fiat shoot up like crazy!
    VW is up because the new Vento (Polo sedan).

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