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Luxembourg July 2020: Dacia (+158.9%), Skoda (+85.2%), Audi (+43.6%) help lift market up 14.9%

Dacia sales surge 158.9% year-on-year in Luxembourg in July.

New car sales in Luxembourg make a spectacular return into positive territory in July at +14.9% year-on-year to 5.509 units, leading to a year-to-date volume down -26.8% to  26.302. Although it remains at #1, Volkswagen (-10.7%) misses out on the market resurgence, enduring the worst performance in the Top 18 and dropping to 11.3% share vs. 12.3% YTD. In contrast, premium fares Audi (+43.6%) and BMW (+38.4%) both vastly outpace the market to round out the podium, knocking Mercedes (+13.6%) out to #4. Dacia (+158.9%), Skoda (+85.2%), Renault (+34.7%) and Volvo (+27.2%) also score spectacular gains in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas Peugeot (-8.7%) drops. Further down, Lamborghini (+175%), Ssangyong (+166.7%), Porsche (+104.2%), Maserati (+66.7%), Mini (+64.8%), Ferrari (+50%), Hyundai (+22.9%), DS (+18.8%) and Kia (+12.5%) stand out.

Previous month: Luxembourg June 2020: Skoda, Dacia help reduce market fall to -10.6%

One year ago: Luxembourg July 2019: VW and Mercedes on top, Maxus steps up

Full July 2020 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Luxembourg July 2020 – brands:

PosBrandJul-20%/19Jun2020%/19PosFY19
1Volkswagen62011.3%-10.7%13,22812.3%-31.7%11
2BMW5339.7%38.4%32,3809.0%-23.2%33
3Audi5179.4%43.6%42,1088.0%-25.6%44
4Mercedes5029.1%13.6%22,5179.6%-22.5%22
5Renault3927.1%34.7%61,5746.0%-30.2%65
6Skoda3396.2%85.2%51,6966.4%4.9%57
7Peugeot2745.0%-8.7%91,1964.5%-44.0%76
8Volvo2063.7%27.2%89703.7%-25.8%99
9Ford1983.6%5.9%71,1334.3%-32.3%88
10Dacia1893.4%158.9%145172.0%-6.3%1521
11Hyundai1773.2%22.9%108183.1%-20.4%1012
12Citroen1733.1%2.4%157692.9%-34.2%1210
13Fiat1562.8%19.1%127732.9%-26.3%1111
14Porsche1452.6%104.2%165172.0%12.9%1618
15Mini1452.6%64.8%184811.8%-16.2%1717
16Seat1272.3%-3.8%136922.6%-32.6%1414
17Opel971.8%-1.0%116922.6%-38.2%1313
18Kia721.3%12.5%174661.8%-6.0%1820
19Nissan711.3%-28.3%204041.5%-41.2%2116
20Land Rover701.3%-7.9%214101.6%-19.4%2019
21Toyota601.1%-54.5%224191.6%-33.0%1915
22Suzuki571.0%-17.4%233061.2%-14.3%2325
23DS571.0%18.8%252180.8%-26.1%2726
24Jeep541.0%1.9%243391.3%-28.5%2223
25Jaguar500.9%2.0%263001.1%-35.3%2424
26Mazda440.8%-2.2%272831.1%-34.5%2522
27Alfa Romeo340.6%-12.8%281810.7%-40.8%2828
28Smart310.6%-6.1%34600.2%-63.0%3130
29Honda250.5%-21.9%301080.4%-44.6%2929
30Ferrari180.3%50.0%32630.2%31.3%3035
31Lamborghini110.2%175.0%40280.1%-39.1%3639
32Lexus90.2%-40.0%33470.2%-51.0%3431
33SsangYong80.1%166.7%39260.1%-25.7%3840
34Tesla60.1%-81.3%192611.0%-6.8%2627
35Ford (USA)60.1%-40.0%35540.2%-3.6%3236
36Maserati50.1%66.7%37200.1%-52.4%4033
37Subaru40.1%-20.0%31510.2%0.0%3334
38MG40.1%n/a29260.1%420.0%3749
39Mitsubishi30.1%-76.9%43320.1%-64.8%3532
40Bentley30.1%-25.0% –230.1%9.5%3942
41Morgan20.0%n/a –50.0%66.7%4552
42Alpine10.0%-83.3%36180.1%-60.0%4137
43Aston Martin10.0%n/a38130.0%-43.5%4241
44McLaren10.0%n/a4170.0%-12.5%4351
45Borgward10.0%n/a4230.0%-81.3%4745
 –Others80.1%33.3% –500.2%42.9% – –

Source: Statistiques Luxembourg

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