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Luxembourg September 2019: Mercedes snaps first lead in almost a year, sales up 27.4%

Mercedes is the best-selling manufacturer in Luxembourg in September.

New car sales in Luxembourg rebound up 27.4% year-on-year in September to 3.308 due to a particularly weak post-WLTP year-ago comparison set, tilting the year-to-date volume into positive at +1.6% to 43.038. Mercedes (+12.5%) is the best-selling carmaker in the country for the third time in the past 13 months after September and October 2018, hitting an outstanding 12.5% share vs. 9.5% so far in 2019. Volkswagen (+88.8%) is knocked down to #2 but recuperates year-on-year while BMW (-10.9%) rounds up the podium ahead of Peugeot (-3%), Audi (+175%), Volvo (+9%) and Skoda (+152.2%). Other great performers – meaning having overused pre-WLTP stock clearances a year ago and now disproportionately up vs. September 2018 sales – include Fiat (+116.2%), Jeep (+100%), Seat (+96.1%), Mini (+88.9%), Kia (+66.7%), Porsche (+66.7%) and Land Rover (+57.5%). Tesla (+1475%) for its part takes full advantage of the arrival of the Model 3.

Previous month: Luxembourg August 2019: Renault (#3), Porsche (#12), Captur (#1) shine in market down -9%

One year ago: Luxembourg September 2018: Mercedes GLC and A-Class on top, sales at -34.6%

Full September 2019 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Luxembourg September 2019 – brands:

PosBrandSep-19%/18Aug2019%PosFY18
1Mercedes41412.5%12.5%24,0739.5%23
2Volkswagen35510.7%88.8%15,54412.9%11
3BMW2778.4%-10.9%43,6438.5%32
4Peugeot1925.8%-3.0%62,5636.0%66
5Audi1875.7%175.0%53,2567.6%45
6Volvo1815.5%9.0%161,5613.6%99
7Skoda1695.1%152.2%91,9074.4%88
8Renault1474.4%27.8%32,7966.5%54
9Ford1394.2%7.8%71,9524.5%77
10Citroen1023.1%5.2%111,3823.2%1013
11Seat1003.0%96.1%101,2412.9%1314
12Hyundai972.9%27.6%141,2082.8%1411
13Opel922.8%-41.4%131,3153.1%1110
14Porsche902.7%66.7%126531.5%1818
15Mini852.6%88.9%207131.7%1717
16Fiat802.4%116.2%81,2672.9%1212
17Kia702.1%66.7%186291.5%2121
18Land Rover631.9%57.5%196311.5%2020
19Tesla631.9%1475.0%303620.8%2736
20Toyota581.8%11.5%157661.8%1616
21Nissan541.6%22.7%227861.8%1515
22Jeep481.5%100.0%175931.4%2223
23Mazda461.4%-13.2%265201.2%2424
24Dacia421.3%121.1%256371.5%1919
25DS250.8%19.0%273610.8%2828
26Suzuki220.7%-40.5%214311.0%2525
27Honda220.7%120.0%282370.6%2927
28Jaguar140.4%-74.1%235221.2%2322
29Alfa Romeo130.4%30.0%243630.8%2626
30Lexus70.2%0.0%331150.3%3130
31Smart60.2%100.0%291880.4%3029
32MG60.2%new –110.0%49 –
33Alpine50.2%400.0%32640.1%3347
34Ferrari50.2%400.0%38600.1%3737
35Maserati50.2%-16.7%34570.1%3834
36Subaru30.1%-25.0%37610.1%3632
37Lamborghini20.1%100.0%40540.1%3940
38SsangYong20.1%-60.0%39440.1%4033
39Lotus20.1%0.0%46180.0%4546
40Mitsubishi10.0%-75.0%311090.3%3231
41Bentley10.0%0.0%47250.1%4242
42Borgward10.0%0.0%48180.0%4448
43Alpina10.0%0.0%43110.0%4845
44Rolls-Royce10.0%n/a –30.0%5551
 –Others130.4%225.0% –490.1% – –

Source: statistiques.public.lu

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