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Finland market report. November 2016

Finland Cars Market in November volkswagen_touareg_2017

Finland Cars Market in November registered a tepid sales decline. Volkswagen maintained the first step of the podium, sustained by Golf.

Market Outlook

The recovery in Finland’s decade-long stagnant economy gained traction in the third quarter. According to preliminary data, quarter-on-quarter GDP growth picked up from Q2’s flat reading to 0.5% in Q3, which was the strongest reading in over a year. A rebound in industrial production growth in September and strong consumer confidence in October, which hit its highest level since April 2011, confirm the upbeat momentum.

Meantime, in the last two months the cars market recorded a downward trend, declining slightly in October and November.

Indeed, as released by the Autotuojat, the local Association of Car Manufacturers, in October and November the cars passenger had been respectively  9.082 (-0.9%) and  8.966 (-0.3%).

Year to date November sales had been 109.559, up 9.7%.

Competitive Arena

Year to date November, Volkswagen led the battle for the leadership with 12.156 sales (+3.6%) and 11.1% of market share, against 11.951 units (+5.5%) of Toyota.

In third place Skoda with 10.215 (+10.5%) followed by Ford with 9.032 (+13.7%), Nissan with 7.019 (+0.7%), Kia with 6.811 (+9.9%), Volvo with 6.744 (-0.4%) and Opel with 6.707 (+31.8%).

The best-selling model was again the Skoda Octavia with 5.186 sales (-6.4%) followed by the Nissan Qashqai with 4.476 (+8.4%), the Volkswagen Golf in third place with 3.837 (+7.7%) and the Opel Astra with 3.450 sales (+185.6%).

The Toyota Auris was fifth with 3.415 (+10.3%) ahead of the Ford Focus with 3.159 (+44.6%) and the Toyota Yaris with 3.087 (-1.9%).

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 Nov Rank 2016 Brand Sales Nov Sales 2016 Var Nov Var 2016 Share Nov Share 2016
1 2 Toyota 1.197 11.951 -1,2% 5,5% 13,4% 10,9%
2 1 Volkswagen 1.000 12.156 5,6% 3,6% 11,2% 11,1%
3 4 Ford 723 9.032 -5,2% 13,7% 8,1% 8,2%
4 3 Skoda 692 10.215 -13,2% 10,5% 7,7% 9,3%
5 7 Volvo 643 6.744 1,7% -0,4% 7,2% 6,2%
6 5 Nissan 540 7.019 11,6% 0,7% 6,0% 6,4%
7 13 Renault 466 3.222 47,9% 42,5% 5,2% 2,9%
8 10 Mercedes 452 5.329 -0,9% 13,9% 5,0% 4,9%
9 8 Opel 432 6.707 -9,8% 31,8% 4,8% 6,1%
10 6 Kia 426 6.811 -23,9% 9,9% 4,8% 6,2%
11 9 Audi 415 5.507 38,3% 10,5% 4,6% 5,0%
12 11 BMW 308 4.452 21,7% 0,7% 3,4% 4,1%
13 14 Hyundai 250 2.696 -29,8% 9,5% 2,8% 2,5%
14 19 Dacia 246 1.172 92,2% 7,1% 2,7% 1,1%
15 16 Seat 205 2.104 27,3% 36,6% 2,3% 1,9%
16 12 Honda 203 3.626 -26,2% 53,3% 2,3% 3,3%
17 15 Peugeot 156 2.368 -11,9% -7,2% 1,7% 2,2%
18 17 Mazda 140 1.786 14,8% 14,9% 1,6% 1,6%
19 18 Citroen 121 1.636 -36,0% -13,0% 1,3% 1,5%
20 22 Suzuki 93 1.004 97,9% 62,5% 1,0% 0,9%
21 20 Mitsubishi 73 1.157 -21,5% -29,5% 0,8% 1,1%
22 21 Subaru 62 1.029 -44,6% -8,8% 0,7% 0,9%
23 24 Jaguar 20 278 900,0% 517,8% 0,2% 0,3%
24 23 Land Rover 19 304 -17,4% 28,8% 0,2% 0,3%
25 27 Mini 16 169 23,1% -4,0% 0,2% 0,2%
26 25 Lexus 14 223 180,0% 13,8% 0,2% 0,2%
26 31 Jeep 14 92 0,0% 19,5% 0,2% 0,1%
27 28 Porsche 11 126 120,0% -21,3% 0,1% 0,1%
28 32 Smart 6 71 0,0% 29,1% 0,1% 0,1%
29 29 SsangYong 5 121 0,0% 34,4% 0,1% 0,1%
29 30 Tesla 5 93 0,0% -31,6% 0,1% 0,1%
29 26 Fiat 5 214 -73,7% 32,9% 0,1% 0,2%
30 33 Alfa Romeo 2 60 0,0% 27,7% 0,0% 0,1%

Rank Nov Rank 2016 Model Sales November Sales 2016 Variation 2016 Variation YTD 2016
1 1 Skoda Octavia 387 5.186 12,5% -6,4%
2 2 Nissan Qashqai 386 4.476 34,0% 8,4%
3 5 Toyota Auris 384 3.415 8,5% 10,3%
4 6 Ford Focus 347 3.159 52,2% 44,6%
5 7 Toyota Yaris 320 3.087 -12,3% -1,9%
6 3 Volkswagen Golf 317 3.837 63,4% 7,7%
7 8 Toyota Avensis 271 2.935 2,3% 5,2%
8 4 Opel Astra 232 3.450 139,2% 185,6%
9 9 Volkswagen Passat 205 2.664 3,0% -18,4%
10 25 Renault Clio 182 1.181 -10,3% -2,6%
11 21 Hyundai i20 175 1.368 -11,2% 28,3%
12 11 Kia Rio 140 2.325 -29,3% 2,6%
13 16 Volvo V40 139 1.762 -3,5% -5,9%
14 12 Audi A4 138 2.114 294,3% 96,7%
15 10 Ford Fiesta 130 2.436 -39,8% 1,0%
16 13 Skoda Superb 129 1.952 63,1% 124,4%
17 14 Volkswagen Polo 127 1.819 -50,4% 21,7%
18 17 Ford Mondeo 125 1.532 -17,8% -18,2%
18 15 Kia Cee’d 125 1.816 -18,8% 8,5%
19 20 Audi A3 116 1.382 -0,9% -13,5%
20 18 Volvo V60 109 1.483 -22,7% 7,8%
21 27 Seat Leon 107 1.150 56,6% 53,0%
22 24 BMW 5 Series 102 1.253 20,0% 2,2%
22 19 Skoda Fabia 102 1.419 -35,8% 4,1%
22 23 Mercedes C Class 102 1.323 -20,3% -9,9%
23 33 Toyota RAV4 90 914 39,5% 28,8%
24 29 BMW 3 Series 89 984 30,9% -24,4%
25 27 Opel Corsa 87 1.150 -53,5% -25,1%
26 26 Volvo XC60 86 1.175 -30,1% -12,1%
27 30 Honda CR-V 68 969 -15,0% -5,5%
28 22 Honda Civic 67 1.348 -50,7% 19,6%

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