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Belgium April 2022: BMW breaks share record, Toyota and Kia shine, sales off -23.6%

BMW lifts its share record to 12% in April.

Only 28,402 new light vehicles found a buyer in Belgium in April, a -23.6% year-on-year fall which brings the year-to-date tally down -14% to 131,548. BMW (-15.7%) improves to a record 12% share (previous best 11.8% in January 2021) and signs a 16th victory over the past 19 months, cementing its YTD lead where it holds 9.8% share. Volkswagen (-19.7%) remains in 2nd place above Audi (-19.5%) up two spots on March to #3. Mercedes (-11.9%) and Peugeot (-40.9%) are both knocked down two spots to #4 and #5 respectively. Toyota (+20.6%) and Kia (+31.7%) are the only gainers in the Top 10 and they do so in splendid fashion with double-digit lifts. Increases are also rare further down the charts and include Lynk & Co (+5533.3%), MG (+635%), Polestar (+262.3%), Cupra (+52.6%), Honda (+24.3%), Jeep (+3.7%) and Porsche (+3.4%).

Previous month: Belgium March 2022: BMW #1 for the 15th time over 18 months, Toyota, Kia ignore market off -17.7%

One year ago: Belgium April 2021: BMW cements domination in market down -30.5% on two years ago

Full April 2022 Top 52 All-brands ranking below.

Belgium April 2022 – brands:

PosBrandApr-22%/21Mar2022%/21PosFY21
1BMW3,41512.0%-15.7%112,8759.8%-21.3%11
2Volkswagen2,7019.5%-19.7%210,7318.2%-21.4%22
3Audi2,3018.1%-19.5%510,0897.7%5.8%54
4Mercedes2,1317.5%-11.9%310,1587.7%-7.2%45
5Peugeot1,8986.7%-40.9%410,6218.1%-20.9%33
6Renault1,7206.1%-26.7%68,3766.4%-3.0%66
7Toyota1,5475.4%20.6%87,7195.9%35.2%710
8Kia1,4455.1%31.7%105,5334.2%8.0%915
9Citroen1,3714.8%-26.5%76,2104.7%-22.2%87
10Ford 1,0833.8%-27.1%125,0323.8%-29.7%1111
11Volvo1,0553.7%-40.7%115,4424.1%-23.9%1012
12Dacia1,0003.5%-17.8%144,9903.8%7.9%1213
13Hyundai8202.9%-35.9%153,3822.6%-33.8%1514
14Opel8172.9%-46.3%94,6903.6%-35.6%138
15Skoda7152.5%-51.5%174,0023.0%-42.1%149
16Nissan5882.1%-5.3%163,0082.3%-7.3%1617
17Seat5041.8%-26.1%182,2871.7%-25.8%1818
18Mini4961.7%-37.8%192,5301.9%-5.7%1719
19Land Rover3231.1%-35.1%221,1300.9%-30.0%2322
20Mazda3061.1%-42.2%211,4431.1%-41.2%2220
21Fiat2861.0%-66.2%201,4991.1%-58.6%2016
22Porsche2440.9%3.4%231,4481.1%42.0%2124
23Polestar2210.8%262.3%286620.5%111.5%2730
24Jeep1980.7%3.7%277150.5%-46.9%2525
25Suzuki1700.6%-40.4%257470.6%-53.8%2421
26Lynk & Co1690.6%5533.3%345690.4%18866.7%2935
27MG1470.5%635.0%352840.2%25.7%3434
28DS1440.5%-20.9%266570.5%-8.9%2827
29Honda1330.5%24.3%246780.5%8.1%2628
30Cupra870.3%52.6%303000.2%88.7%3336
31Jaguar740.3%-79.4%293860.3%-55.4%3126
32SsangYong690.2%-6.8%324530.3%24.8%3031
33Lexus490.2%-29.0%313490.3%5.4%3232
34Alfa Romeo230.1%43.8%332190.2%-29.6%3533
35Ferrari210.1%90.9%39630.0%75.0%3839
36Alpine190.1%216.7%38550.0%83.3%4042
37Tesla180.1%-63.3%131,7251.3%94.0%1923
38Bentley150.1%114.3%42490.0%113.0%4140
39Allied Vehicles130.0%8.3%40690.1%122.6%3743
40Smart120.0%20.0%41450.0%-18.2%4238
41Subaru80.0%-86.4%36930.1%-40.8%3637
42Dongfeng Sokon (DFSK)80.0%100.0%37560.0%154.5%3944
43Maserati80.0%-42.9%44380.0%-17.4%4341
44BAIC80.0%60.0%45240.0%140.0%4449
45Lamborghini60.0%200.0%46180.0%-10.0%4545
46Tripod60.0%100.0%4990.0%50.0%4850
47Aston Martin20.0%-60.0%43170.0%-15.0%4646
48Lotus20.0%n/a48130.0%62.5%4747
49Morgan20.0%0.0% –40.0%-42.9%5252
50Cadillac20.0%n/a –30.0%200.0%5358
51Rolls-Royce10.0%n/a4780.0%700.0%4957
52McLaren10.0%n/a –40.0%300.0%5159

Source: Febiac

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