Croatia: Light Vehicle Sales Summary. October 2013.

In October the Croatian light passenger vehicles sales were 2.194, up 9.9%. Year to date sales were 24.152, down 15% from last year, confirming one of the worst performance in Europe this year.

Looking at the best brands performances:

Volkswagen sold 329 vehicles, 124 more than the second, with a share of 15.0%, up 0.4 points of share from the previous month. Year-to-date sales were 4.141 with a share of 17.1%, up 3.4 points from last year. Golf and Polo lead the model ranking.

Renault was the Winner of the Month surging in second place, up 3 spots, with 205 vehicles sold and 9.3% of share, up 2.7 points from September. Year-to-date Renault advanced in 5th place, up 3 spots, with 1.482 sales and a share of 6.1%, down 1.3 points from last year. The top model was the Clio advanced in 4th place, but new Captur was protagonist landing in top ten for the first time.

Peugeot was third selling 153 sales with share at 7.0%, down 1.2 points from the previous month. Year-to-date Peugeot was 3rd with 1.773 sales and a share of 7.3%, down 1.5 points from FY 2012. The best-selling model was the 308 ranked 14th.

Hyundai in fourth sold 147 vehicles with 147sales and 6.7% of share, down 1.3 points from September. Year to date Hyundai was 4th with 1.638 sales and 6.8% of share, up 0.7 points from last year. The top model was the i30 slipped in ninth place.

Opel was fifth selling 145 vehicles with a share of 6.6%, down 1.0 points of share from the previous month. Year-to-date sales Opel was second with 2.489 sales and a share of 10.3%, up 1.8 points of share from last year. The top model Insignia ranked 13th.

In the table below, the top 25 brands, ranked for year to date position:

Rank Oct

Rank Sep

Rank Ytd

 

Oct

Ytd 2013

FY 2012

I Half 2013

Sep 2013

Q3 2013

Oct 2013

Ytd 2013

1

1

1

Volkswagen

329

4.141

13,7%

16,7%

14,6%

18,9%

15,0%

17,1%

2

5

5

Renault

205

1.482

7,4%

5,8%

6,5%

5,9%

9,3%

6,1%

3

2

3

Peugeot

153

1.773

8,8%

7,5%

8,2%

7,0%

7,0%

7,3%

4

3

4

Hyundai

147

1.638

6,1%

7,0%

8,0%

6,3%

6,7%

6,8%

5

4

2

Opel

145

2.489

8,5%

12,4%

7,6%

6,7%

6,6%

10,3%

6

6

6

Skoda

144

1.481

5,7%

4,8%

6,2%

9,0%

6,6%

6,1%

7

7

7

Citroen

142

1.466

7,5%

6,1%

5,0%

5,7%

6,5%

6,1%

8

9

12

Toyota

137

820

3,1%

2,8%

4,5%

3,9%

6,2%

3,4%

9

6

8

Kia

126

1.455

5,8%

5,7%

6,2%

6,9%

5,7%

6,0%

10

10

9

Ford

87

1.012

4,5%

4,2%

4,2%

4,3%

4,0%

4,2%

11

11

13

Nissan

76

646

2,9%

2,6%

3,7%

2,6%

3,5%

2,7%

12

12

10

Chevrolet

67

915

5,8%

4,1%

3,5%

3,2%

3,1%

3,8%

13

15

14

BMW

63

639

2,4%

2,7%

1,9%

2,4%

2,9%

2,6%

14

14

16

Mazda

57

524

2,0%

2,1%

2,6%

2,1%

2,6%

2,2%

15

8

11

Audi

56

874

3,3%

3,7%

4,7%

3,7%

2,6%

3,6%

16

14

15

Dacia

54

621

2,7%

2,5%

2,6%

2,7%

2,5%

2,6%

17

19

20

Honda

36

276

1,0%

1,1%

0,9%

1,0%

1,6%

1,1%

18

16

18

Suzuki

34

385

2,0%

1,7%

1,5%

1,3%

1,5%

1,6%

18

13

17

Mercedes

34

395

1,0%

1,5%

3,0%

2,1%

1,5%

1,6%

19

17

19

Seat

30

384

1,5%

1,6%

1,1%

1,6%

1,4%

1,6%

20

18

21

Fiat

23

214

1,8%

1,0%

1,0%

0,7%

1,0%

0,9%

21

20

22

Volvo

13

146

0,6%

0,6%

0,7%

0,5%

0,6%

0,6%

22

27

27

Alfa Romeo

7

33

0,2%

0,1%

0,0%

0,1%

0,3%

0,1%

23

22

28

Smart

6

32

0,1%

0,1%

0,3%

0,2%

0,3%

0,1%

24

24

25

Mini

5

41

0,2%

0,2%

0,2%

0,2%

0,2%

0,2%

25

27

29

Subaru

5

25

0,1%

0,1%

0,0%

0,0%

0,2%

0,1%

In the table below, the Top 15 models, ranked for last month position:

Rank Oct

Rank Sep

Rank 2013

Model

Oct

YTD Oct

FY 2012

I Half 2013

Sep 2013

Q3 2013

Oct 2013

Ytd 2013

1

1

1

Volkswagen Golf

103

1.486

3,1%

5,7%

6,2%

7,7%

4,7%

6,2%

2

2

2

Volkswagen Polo

102

1.149

3,8%

4,7%

4,5%

4,9%

4,6%

4,8%

3

4

7

Skoda Octavia

67

618

2,4%

1,6%

3,9%

4,6%

3,1%

2,6%

4

7

9

Renault Clio

63

558

2,1%

2,3%

2,6%

2,2%

2,9%

2,3%

5

17

11

Volkswagen Passat

60

522

2,5%

2,4%

1,1%

1,3%

2,7%

2,2%

6

14

4

Opel Astra

56

926

3,8%

4,9%

1,6%

1,9%

2,6%

3,8%

7

22

36

Renault Captur

54

54

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

2,5%

0,2%

8

9

13

Kia Cee’d

53

499

2,0%

1,5%

2,4%

3,2%

2,4%

2,1%

9

3

6

Hyundai i30

51

724

2,7%

3,1%

3,9%

3,0%

2,3%

3,0%

10

16

29

Toyota Yaris

47

207

0,6%

0,6%

1,3%

1,0%

2,1%

0,9%

11

16

30

Citroen C3

46

206

1,5%

0,6%

1,3%

1,0%

2,1%

0,9%

12

8

14

Peugeot 308

45

448

2,6%

1,8%

2,4%

1,8%

2,1%

1,9%

13

11

10

Opel Insignia

45

526

0,6%

2,6%

2,0%

1,3%

2,0%

2,2%

14

5

5

Opel Corsa

43

792

2,9%

3,8%

2,8%

2,4%

2,0%

3,3%

15

10

12

Kia Sportage

42

510

1,3%

2,2%

2,2%

2,1%

1,9%

2,1%

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