Poland market report. Full Year 2016. New Record.

Poland Auto Sales 2016 fiat_panda_cross_2017

Poland Auto Sales 2016 hit the New All Time record, the third in a row keeping an impressive growing speed and confirming its rule as the most interesting “new” market within Europe.

Market Outlook

Poland’s economy disappointed in 2016 as domestic politics, plunging investment and a weak external sector caused growth to slow sharply. Data for the final quarter of the year suggest that the economy may have regained some steam. Industrial production rebounded in November and retail sales picked up. In addition, steady gains have been seen across the labor market and the unemployment rate rested at a multi-year low. Meanwhile, the political scene remains tense.

The domestic automotive industry, kept the impressive growing speed posting the third all time record in a row for the domestic cars sales keeping to escalate positions both in the European and global ranking.

According to data released by the SAMAR, the local association of car distributors, new car passenger’s sold in December had been 48.278 (+29.2%), hitting the best increase of the year and the 21st y.o.y growth in a row.

The full year sales volume of 420.280 units was a +18.4% from the record posted last year and for the very first time over the 0.4 million units.

The light commercial vehicles market was positive as well with final years figures at 61.090 (preliminary) new all time record beating the 2008 result.

Light vehicles sales (cars + LCVs) at 476.813 was up 16.8%, ranking as World’s 25th, three steps up from the previous year!

Competitive Arena

The best performer of the year was Fiat with 12.358 units (+66.9%) followed by others sharp increase reported by Mercedes, Volvo, Renault, Audi, Dacia and Honda.

In this positive mood only Nissan and SsangYong declined slightly, while Land Rover has lost 12.0%.

The Skoda Octavia and Fabia occupied the first two steps on the podium, respectively with 16.967 units (+19.5%) and 15.483 (+25.0%) followed by Opel Astra with 14.819 sales (+39.3%).

Roaring performances were recorded by the Hyundai Tucson and the Reanult Kadjar, improving 220.1% and 134.7% respectively.

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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 Dec Rank 2016 BRAND Sales December Sales 2016 FY Variation December Variation 2016 FY Share December Share 2016
3 1 Skoda 4.672 52.549 7,6% 18,2% 9,7% 12,2%
1 2 Volkswagen 5.422 44.094 20,3% 24,1% 11,2% 10,2%
2 3 Toyota 4.682 41.078 8,2% 15,2% 9,7% 9,5%
4 4 Opel 3.873 35.003 53,9% 19,5% 8,0% 8,1%
5 5 Ford 3.847 30.738 53,5% 20,3% 8,0% 7,1%
6 6 Renault 3.551 25.684 86,5% 36,3% 7,4% 6,0%
12 7 Kia 1.652 19.530 -6,6% 10,9% 3,4% 4,5%
9 8 Hyundai 2.013 17.872 9,1% 11,5% 4,2% 4,1%
10 9 Dacia 1.817 17.372 35,3% 33,6% 3,8% 4,0%
8 10 Mercedes 2.270 14.105 107,1% 51,1% 4,7% 3,3%
11 11 Nissan 1.729 13.848 13,9% -1,0% 3,6% 3,2%
13 12 Peugeot 1.563 12.667 57,4% 19,7% 3,2% 2,9%
7 13 Fiat 2.469 12.538 206,7% 66,9% 5,1% 2,9%
14 14 BMW 1.408 12.497 28,7% 30,9% 2,9% 2,9%
15 15 Audi 1.371 10.787 41,0% 34,7% 2,8% 2,5%
37 16 Mazda 10.184 -100,0% 9,1% 0,0% 2,4%
16 17 Volvo 1.076 9.308 80,0% 36,5% 2,2% 2,2%
17 18 Suzuki 971 8.733 50,0% 30,1% 2,0% 2,0%
21 19 Seat 490 8.481 24,3% 18,1% 1,0% 2,0%
18 20 Citroen 764 8.129 6,0% 2,8% 1,6% 1,9%
19 21 Honda 702 7.681 8,0% 33,1% 1,5% 1,8%
20 22 Mitsubishi 578 5.481 15,0% 15,0% 1,2% 1,3%
22 23 Lexus 406 3.148 25,0% 25,0% 0,8% 0,7%
23 24 Jeep 328 2.742 6,0% 6,0% 0,7% 0,6%
25 25 Subaru 128 1.636 10,0% 10,0% 0,3% 0,4%
24 26 Mini 148 1.356 20,0% 20,0% 0,3% 0,3%
27 27 Porsche 74 962 12,0% 12,0% 0,2% 0,2%
26 28 Alfa Romeo 74 784 14,0% 14,0% 0,2% 0,2%
28 29 Land Rover 63 768 -12,0% -12,0% 0,1% 0,2%
30 30 Infiniti 31 435 15,0% 15,0% 0,1% 0,1%
29 31 Jaguar 38 323 21,0% 21,0% 0,1% 0,1%
33 32 Lancia 15 270 12,0% 12,0% 0,0% 0,1%
32 33 SsangYong 21 211 -2,0% -2,0% 0,0% 0,0%
31 34 Smart 30 126 5,0% 5,0% 0,1% 0,0%

Rank Dec Rank 2016 GROUP Sales December Sales 2016 FY Variation December Variation 2016 FY Share December Share 2016 FY
1 1 Volkswagen 12.029 116.893 17,0% 21,7% 24,9% 27,1%
2 2 Renault-Nissan 7.128 57.339 48,7% 24,1% 14,8% 13,3%
3 3 Toyota 5.088 44.226 9,3% 15,9% 10,5% 10,3%
6 4 Hyundai-Kia 3.665 37.402 1,4% 11,2% 7,6% 8,7%
4 5 General Motors 3.873 35.008 53,9% 19,5% 8,0% 8,1%
5 6 Ford 3.847 30.738 53,5% 20,3% 8,0% 7,1%
8 7 PSA 2.327 20.796 35,8% 12,5% 4,8% 4,8%
7 8 FCA 2.886 16.369 140,5% 47,4% 6,0% 3,8%
9 9 Mercedes Daimler 2.300 14.231 104,5% 50,5% 4,8% 3,3%
10 10 BMW 1.557 13.860 27,8% 29,8% 3,2% 3,2%

Rank Dec Rank 2016 Model Sales December Sales 2016 Variation December Variation 2016
3 1 Skoda Octavia 1.431 16.967 -0,9% 19,5%
4 2 Skoda Fabia 1.401 15.483 22,4% 25,0%
1 3 Opel Astra 1.685 14.819 71,2% 39,3%
2 4 Volkswagen Golf 1.451 12.606 7,2% 8,4%
6 5 Toyota Yaris 1.223 11.418 14,8% 14,3%
7 6 Toyota Auris 1.071 10.422 0,5% 7,3%
5 7 Ford Focus 1.320 9.820 57,9% 6,9%
8 8 Volkswagen Passat 1.063 8.840 17,8% 12,1%
12 9 Skoda Rapid 778 8.799 -12,2% -2,2%
13 10 Dacia Duster 765 8.326 19,9% 31,8%
9 11 Nissan Qashqai 1.008 7.706 26,3% 20,6%
10 12 Renault Clio 929 7.059 24,9% -7,3%
11 13 Hyundai Tucson 895 6.895 21,1% 220,1%
15 14 Opel Corsa 619 6.768 -17,0% -5,9%
14 15 Skoda Superb 667 6.426 46,0% 55,7%
25 16 Kia Sportage 405 5.938 -28,3% 17,2%
16 17 Ford Mondeo 546 5.262 45,0% 16,4%
22 18 Toyota Avensis 424 4.928 -30,8% 10,3%
17 19 Toyota Corolla 510 4.641 7,4% 14,1%
24 20 Toyota RAV4 416 4.481 -44,2% 13,5%
27 20 Opel Mokka 394 4.481 22,4% 3,8%
21 21 Ford Fiesta 425 4.473 -20,1% 16,5%
30 22 Kia Cee’d 345 4.467 17,7% 4,9%
17 23 Volkswagen Tiguan 510 4.270 9,4% 53,0%
20 24 Seat Leon 438 4.050 294,6% 13,2%
36 25 Skoda Citigo 299 3.758 0,0% 32,2%
32 26 Hyundai i30 316 3.652 2,0% -1,7%
47 27 Renault Mégane 196 3.494 0,0% -2,2%
31 28 Dacia Sandero 334 3.474 38,6% 46,2%
19 29 Renault Captur 487 3.452 37,2% 39,1%
29 30 Hyundai i20 362 3.444 24,2% -1,5%
18 31 volkswagen Golf Sportsvan 502 3.426 60,4% 52,9%
28 32 Kia Rio 376 3.402 -10,0% 0,1%
28 33 Volkswagen Polo 376 3.300 -16,4% 8,8%
40 34 Volvo XC60 273 3.262 0,0% 14,1%
210 35 Hyundai ix35 3.261 0,0%
38 36 Dacia Dokker 287 3.238 0,0% -5,8%
34 37 Honda Civic 313 3.153 0,0% 20,9%
21 38 Volkswagen Up! 425 3.117 0,0% 20,7%
23 39 Fiat Tipo 422 3.090
35 40 Mazda6 300 3.082 -25,9% 3,6%

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