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Estonia new cars sales shy in the third quarter 2015 Nissan shines.

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Estonia new cars sales shy in the third quarter 2015 despite growing private consumptions and positive economic outlook. Nissan is well performing gaining the third step of the podium driven by Qasqhai leadership on models.

Economic Outlook

Estonia’s economy is continuing to grow on the back of private consumption as low commodity prices and a steady recovery of real incomes have spurred a consumption boom. Exports are also recovering as Estonia has redirected some of its trade away from Russia and Finland to other European states.

Exports to Sweden have tallied double-digit growth in recent quarters and Sweden has become Estonia’s most important trading partner. However, growth prospects for Estonia could be dampened in the long run if fears about eroding competitiveness materialize. Labor costs in Estonia have grown at the fastest pace in the European Union in the past two years and a 10% and 9% wage hike for 2016 and 2017, respectively, are expected. Lower productivity growth coupled with weaker export demand could potentially put a strain on the external sector and the economy as a whole.

Market Outlook

Despite the positive data reported by the government on the Estonian economy, during the first half of the 2015 the domestic ca market demand was shy again with sales down 1.8% from the previous year.

During the third quarter the trend unchanged with July sales down 2.6%, with 1.861 units, August down 1.9% at 1.524 and September down 1.7% at 1.817 units.

According to data released by the Estonian Road Administration (E.R.A.), after the first three-quarters of the year, car passengers sales had been 15.662, down 1.9%.

Thanks to sales raised 44.2%, Nissan advanced in third place behind Toyota (-2.6%) and Skoda (+3.0%).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank Sep Rank 2015 Brand Sales Sep Sales Ytd Var Sep Var Ytd Share Sep Share Ytd
1 1 Toyota 257 2.148 12,7% -2,6% 13,9% 13,3%
2 3 Nissan 191 1.331 87,3% 44,2% 10,3% 8,3%
3 2 Skoda 178 1.635 -8,7% 3,0% 9,6% 10,1%
4 6 Honda 116 1.113 -27,5% 5,1% 6,3% 6,9%
5 4 Volkswagen 111 1.300 -17,8% -1,7% 6,0% 8,1%
6 5 Renault 105 1.225 1,9% 20,1% 5,7% 7,6%
7 8 Subaru 90 681 7,1% -7,1% 4,9% 4,2%
8 9 Peugeot 84 669 6,3% -32,9% 4,6% 4,2%
8 7 Kia 84 861 -11,6% 1,8% 4,6% 5,3%
9 11 Hyundai 79 557 3,9% 33,3% 4,3% 3,5%
10 13 Ford 63 455 70,3% -13,5% 3,4% 2,8%
10 10 Opel 63 661 23,5% 62,4% 3,4% 4,1%
11 10 Dacia 58 661 -25,6% 14,8% 3,1% 4,1%
12 17 Suzuki 56 223 -11,1% -11,9% 3,0% 1,4%
13 12 Citroen 50 479 -35,1% -16,1% 2,7% 3,0%
14 19 Volvo 31 189 10,7% -21,6% 1,7% 1,2%
15 18 Mercedes 30 215 -23,1% -21,0% 1,6% 1,3%
15 16 Mazda 30 242 20,0% -25,8% 1,6% 1,5%
16 15 BMW 25 269 -21,9% -3,9% 1,4% 1,7%
17 23 Lexus 22 112 69,2% -5,1% 1,2% 0,7%
17 24 Jeep 22 104 57,1% -18,8% 1,2% 0,6%
17 14 Audi 22 272 -24,1% -9,9% 1,2% 1,7%
18 22 Mitsubishi 19 139 46,2% -10,3% 1,0% 0,9%
19 25 Land Rover 15 101 50,0% 11,0% 0,8% 0,6%
20 20 Fiat 14 153 -65,9% -25,0% 0,8% 0,9%
21 21 Seat 12 146 50,0% 18,7% 0,7% 0,9%
22 26 Porsche 4 62 -20,0% -34,7% 0,2% 0,4%
23 30 Jaguar 3 8 #DIV/0! 300,0% 0,2% 0,0%
23 27 Mini 3 42 200,0% 75,0% 0,2% 0,3%
23 29 Cadillac 3 10 #DIV/0! 0,0% 0,2% 0,1%
24 28 Alfa Romeo 2 18 -33,3% 12,5% 0,1% 0,1%
24 29 Lancia 2 10 #DIV/0! -63,0% 0,1% 0,1%
25 34 DS 1 1 #DIV/0! #DIV/0! 0,1% 0,0%
25 34 Bentley 1 1 0,0% 0,0% 0,1% 0,0%

Rank Sep Rank 2015 Group Sales Sep Sales Ytd Var Sep Var Ytd Share Sep Share Ytd
1 2 Renault-Nissan 354 3.217 25,1% 27,3% 19,2% 20,0%
2 1 Volkswagen 328 3.417 -12,1% -0,5% 17,8% 21,2%
3 3 Toyota 279 2.260 15,8% -2,8% 15,1% 14,0%
4 4 Hyundai-Kia 163 1.418 -4,7% 12,2% 8,8% 8,8%
5 5 PSA 135 1.149 -13,5% -26,7% 7,3% 7,1%
6 6 Honda 116 1.113 -27,5% 5,1% 6,3% 6,9%
7 7 Fuji Heavy Industries 90 681 7,1% -7,1% 4,9% 4,2%
8 8 General Motors 66 672 22,2% 15,7% 3,6% 4,2%
9 9 Ford 63 455 70,3% -13,5% 3,4% 2,8%
10 13 Suzuki 56 223 -11,1% -11,9% 3,0% 1,4%

Rank Sep Rank 2015 Model Sales Sep YTD Sep Var Sep Share Sep Share 2015
1 1 Nissan Qashqai 131 907 172,9% 8,79% 6,5%
2 3 Toyota Avensis 77 581 60,4% 5,17% 4,2%
3 5 Toyota Auris 71 503 86,8% 4,77% 3,6%
4 2 Skoda Octavia 70 745 -20,5% 4,70% 5,3%
5 7 Skoda Fabia 62 443 210,0% 4,16% 3,2%
6 8 Subaru Legacy 52 405 160,0% 3,49% 2,9%
7 4 Honda CR-V 51 576 2,0% 3,42% 4,1%
8 11 Honda Civic 45 358 -18,2% 3,02% 2,6%
9 6 Dacia Duster 42 498 -6,7% 2,82% 3,6%
10 10 Volkswagen Passat 40 363 0,0% 2,68% 2,6%
11 9 Toyota RAV4 39 388 -22,0% 2,62% 2,8%
12 19 Citroen Berlingo 34 235 70,0% 2,28% 1,7%
13 17 Kia Cee’d 33 275 10,0% 2,21% 2,0%
14 13 Volkswagen Golf 30 326 -14,3% 2,01% 2,3%
15 24 Renault Clio 28 170 12,0% 1,88% 1,2%
16 15 Toyota Corolla 27 319 -15,6% 1,81% 2,3%
16 12 Renault Scénic 27 337 202,0% 1,81% 2,4%
17 20 Subaru Forester 26 219 30,0% 1,74% 1,6%
17 28 Hyundai i40 26 131 190,8% 1,74% 0,9%
18 24 Toyota Yaris 25 170 0,0% 1,68% 1,2%
19 14 Kia Sportage 23 321 -58,2% 1,54% 2,3%
20 60 Ford Fiesta 21 53 134,9% 1,41% 0,4%

 

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