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Belgium November 2019: Peugeot (+24.4%), Audi (+70%) stand out in market up 2.2%

The new 208 is potentially helping Peugeot sales up in Belgium.

New car sales in Belgium step up 2.2% year-on-year in November to 34.574 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally down -1.9% to 516.542. Volkswagen (+5.8%) remains in the brands lead with a round 10% share above Peugeot (+24.4%) posting the largest gain in the Top 4 to 9.2% share vs. 7.8% so far in 2019. BMW (+2.4%) remains at a very strong third place with 8.6% of the Belgian market vs. 6.6% YTD while Renault (-10%) is up one spot to #4 and Audi (+70%) recovers from paltry year-ago post-WLTP sales. Mazda (+68.8%), Citroen (+26.6%), Hyundai (+17%) and Fiat (+16.8%) also impress further down while among smaller brands Porsche (+390.2%), Tesla (+228.1%), Smart (+68.4%), Ssangyong (+50%) and Maserati (+42.9%) are the most dynamic.

Previous month: Belgium October 2019: Volkswagen (+25.6%), Peugeot (+29.9%) top market up 15.8%

One year ago: Belgium November 2018: Volkswagen back to #1, Skoda shines in market down -14.7%

Full November 2019 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Belgium November 2019 – brands:

PosBrandNov-19%/18Oct2019%/18PosFY18
1Volkswagen3,45910.0%5.8%150,8009.8%-0.3%11
2Peugeot3,1929.2%24.4%240,1717.8%-1.6%33
3BMW2,9578.6%2.4%334,1426.6%-11.1%54
4Renault2,4197.0%-10.0%543,6588.5%-8.1%22
5Audi2,2156.4%70.0%629,5425.7%6.4%77
6Mercedes1,9565.7%-19.8%436,2567.0%6.0%45
7Opel1,9025.5%-28.0%1230,3745.9%-7.7%66
8Citroen1,7855.2%26.6%725,7325.0%14.5%89
9Skoda1,7175.0%3.1%1119,4973.8%4.0%1312
10Volvo1,5464.5%5.4%820,4554.0%5.7%1011
11Hyundai1,4114.1%17.0%1020,3203.9%-3.8%1110
12Dacia1,3874.0%7.9%1520,0713.9%7.9%1213
13Fiat1,1773.4%16.8%1415,4923.0%-1.4%1516
14Ford1,1033.2%-23.5%922,1074.3%-1.8%98
15Toyota1,0633.1%-14.4%1316,5423.2%-3.2%1415
16Mazda7262.1%68.8%188,5171.6%1.9%1919
17Kia7022.0%-4.6%1613,8812.7%3.4%1617
18Nissan6932.0%5.6%1712,7672.5%-31.5%1714
19Seat6391.8%4.4%1910,2202.0%11.0%1818
20Mini6111.8%-4.1%207,6301.5%-3.3%2020
21Suzuki2980.9%-26.8%215,9171.1%-13.3%2121
22Land Rover2380.7%-52.2%224,5470.9%-24.7%2322
23Porsche2010.6%390.2%242,6310.5%-16.3%2725
24Tesla1870.5%228.1%293,0460.6%288.5%2533
25Jeep1830.5%-27.1%234,7370.9%1.9%2223
26DS1490.4%12.9%252,2690.4%28.5%2929
27Jaguar1260.4%-11.9%263,0360.6%-21.1%2624
28Honda1180.3%-37.6%273,0510.6%1.9%2426
29Alfa Romeo1050.3%16.7%281,8370.4%-36.4%3027
30Mitsubishi920.3%-17.9%312,4310.5%4.5%2828
31Lexus580.2%-31.8%301,3670.3%-1.4%3231
32SsangYong540.2%50.0%336830.1%-26.5%3332
33Smart320.1%68.4%321,5250.3%-3.5%3130
34Subaru200.1%-28.6%343020.1%-43.7%3434
35Maserati100.0%42.9%361660.0%-23.5%3635
36Alpine90.0%-10.0%382290.0%308.9%3538
37Ferrari90.0%80.0%351250.0%25.0%3737
38Bentley60.0%-64.7%39920.0%43.8%3839
39Allied Vehicles40.0%33.3%40450.0%246.2%3947
40Morgan40.0%n/a45230.0%-11.5%4544
41Tripod30.0%n/a42130.0%1200.0%5057
42Lotus20.0%n/a41450.0%36.4%4041
43Lamborghini20.0%100.0%37320.0%52.4%4245
44Rolls-Royce20.0%100.0%43300.0%100.0%4348
45API20.0%n/a –260.0%85.7%4450

Source: FEBIAC

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