Switzerland market report. November 2016

Switzerland Cars Market in November 2016 volkswagen_tiguan_2017

Swiss Cars Market in November increased slightly, despite the robust activity reported in the fourth quarter. Audi, Renault and Ford advanced, while the Volkswagen Tiguan sparkled.

Market Outlook

The fourth quarter is showing robust activity so far, with the Manufacturing PMI and KOF barometer recording higher readings in November and October than their Q3 averages, while retail sales declined at the smallest rate since January 2016. The legislation obliges employers to give priority to Swiss citizens.

Meantime, the domestic vehicles sales in November increased shyly, but not enough to revive the market.

According to data released by the Auto Suisse, the Association of local Automotive Importers, in November the registrations has been 26.420 sales (+0.4%).

Year to date November the total car passengers had been 281.889 units, down 3.2%.

Competitive Arena

In November Volkswagen led again the market with 3.814 (+2.4%) with 14.4% of market share followed again by Mercedes with 2.044 (+12.3%) and BMW with 1.976 (-9.6%). In fourth place was Audi with 1.955 units (+0.8%), Skoda with 1.709 (+14.1%), Renault with 1.194 (+0.8%), Ford with 1.104 (+16.6%) and Seat with 945 (+2.4%).

The Volkswagen Golf was again on top of ranking with 2.208 sales (-14.6%) followed by the Skoda Octavia with 1.761 units (+8.0%). The Volkswagen Tiguan ranked third with 1.338 (+109.7%) ahead of the Volkswagen Polo with 1.303 (-6.8%) and the Audi A3 with 841 (-1.1%).

To see details on the best-selling cars with the top 100 models this year, see here

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 1 Volkswagen 3.814 36.018 2,4% -3,2% 14,4% 12,8%
2 3 Mercedes 2.044 21.720 12,3% 4,1% 7,7% 7,7%
3 2 BMW 1.976 22.003 -9,6% 1,5% 7,5% 7,8%
4 5 Audi 1.955 17.042 0,8% -11,7% 7,4% 6,0%
5 4 Skoda 1.709 18.939 14,1% -2,6% 6,5% 6,7%
6 6 Renault 1.194 12.514 0,8% -5,7% 4,5% 4,4%
7 7 Ford 1.104 11.752 16,6% -3,3% 4,2% 4,2%
8 11 Seat 945 8.927 2,4% -3,3% 3,6% 3,2%
9 9 Toyota 937 9.425 22,3% 3,7% 3,5% 3,3%
10 8 Opel 909 11.691 -7,1% -7,1% 3,4% 4,1%
11 10 Peugeot 823 9.387 -5,7% -19,4% 3,1% 3,3%
12 15 Fiat 757 7.839 -10,0% -5,4% 2,9% 2,8%
13 13 Hyundai 739 8.338 -17,8% -7,9% 2,8% 3,0%
14 16 Suzuki 731 6.873 -2,3% -9,5% 2,8% 2,4%
15 18 Volvo 709 6.343 29,1% -4,5% 2,7% 2,3%
16 14 Citroen 640 7.971 -2,4% -24,9% 2,4% 2,8%
17 12 Mazda 636 8.808 -3,6% 3,9% 2,4% 3,1%
18 17 Dacia 564 6.599 -6,8% 36,7% 2,1% 2,3%
19 21 Mini 506 4.843 15,8% 11,5% 1,9% 1,7%
20 22 Kia 445 4.769 22,3% 5,5% 1,7% 1,7%
21 19 Nissan 385 5.566 -34,4% -23,6% 1,5% 2,0%
22 20 Subaru 363 4.984 -42,2% -9,2% 1,4% 1,8%
23 26 Land Rover 355 3.500 -5,8% 7,0% 1,3% 1,2%
24 24 Porsche 333 3.920 11,0% -2,3% 1,3% 1,4%
25 23 Honda 332 4.362 8,5% 50,9% 1,3% 1,5%
26 27 Jeep 284 2.878 -13,9% -13,7% 1,1% 1,0%
27 25 Mitsubishi 266 3.504 1,1% -4,3% 1,0% 1,2%
28 31 Alfa Romeo 189 1.285 87,1% 9,5% 0,7% 0,5%
29 28 Smart 167 2.602 -45,4% -10,8% 0,6% 0,9%
30 29 Jaguar 150 1.502 123,9% 75,1% 0,6% 0,5%
31 30 Tesla 95 1.461 1,1% 7,2% 0,4% 0,5%
32 34 Maserati 80 690 116,2% 1,6% 0,3% 0,2%
33 32 SsangYong 69 901 -23,3% 27,3% 0,3% 0,3%
34 33 Lexus 53 782 -22,1% -9,6% 0,2% 0,3%
35 35 Infiniti 39 596 39,3% 215,3% 0,1% 0,2%
36 38 Cadillac 24 205 118,2% 69,4% 0,1% 0,1%
37 39 Bentley 22 192 69,2% 38,1% 0,1% 0,1%
38 36 Ferrari 17 328 -54,1% 1,2% 0,1% 0,1%
39 40 Aston Martin 10 111 -16,7% -11,9% 0,0% 0,0%
39 37 Chevrolet 10 216 -33,3% -11,8% 0,0% 0,1%
40 46 Dodge 9 32 -52,6% -84,6% 0,0% 0,0%
41 41 Lamborghini 8 95 300,0% 66,7% 0,0% 0,0%
42 43 McLaren 7 81 133,3% 179,3% 0,0% 0,0%
43 44 Alpina 6 49 0,0% -27,9% 0,0% 0,0%
44 42 Lotus 3 83 0,0% 13,7% 0,0% 0,0%
44 47 Caterham 3 23 0,0% -20,7% 0,0% 0,0%
45 42 Lancia 2 83 -33,3% -32,5% 0,0% 0,0%
46 48 Morgan 1 12 -50,0% -25,0% 0,0% 0,0%
46 45 Rolls-Royce 1 45 -50,0% 55,2% 0,0% 0,0%

Rank Nov Rank 2016 Model Sales November Sales 2016 Variation 2016 Variation YTD 2016
1 2 Volkswagen Golf 2.208 20.630 -14,6% -24,8%
2 1 Skoda Octavia 1.761 21.001 8,0% -7,5%
3 4 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.338 9.516 109,7% 36,5%
4 3 Volkswagen Polo 1.303 10.701 -6,8% -14,8%
5 8 Audi A3 841 7.321 -1,1% -24,2%
6 11 Seat Leon 759 6.513 -11,9% -25,9%
7 7 BMW 2 Series 731 7.575 6,3% 9,3%
8 9 Volkswagen Passat 699 6.973 -20,0% -12,6%
9 5 Mercedes C Class 688 8.196 26,5% 3,3%
10 13 Audi A4 664 6.364 0,9% 23,7%
11 10 Skoda Fabia 650 6.804 20,8% 0,0%
12 14 BMW X1 631 6.313 19,5% 138,6%
13 15 Seat Alhambra 621 6.265 -4,5% 1,7%
14 20 BMW 3 Series 602 5.648 -11,5% -13,8%
15 37 Suzuki Swift 596 4.380 -13,6% -23,6%
16 17 Hyundai Tucson 580 6.006 -11,6% 182,8%
17 24 Ford Kuga 556 5.264 4,5% -14,8%
18 22 Mercedes GLC 553 5.323 18,7% 358,9%
19 27 Dacia Duster 542 4.966 12,0% 28,6%
20 12 Mini Cooper 539 6.447 24,8% 26,0%
21 32 Audi Q5 522 4.600 -16,1% -19,5%
22 16 Fiat 500 517 6.251 -3,2% -8,0%
23 25 Renault Clio 515 5.165 2,2% -31,0%
24 19 Mercedes A Class 504 5.884 1,6% -6,2%
25 6 Volkswagen Touran 487 7.579 65,6% 73,8%
26 30 Audi Q3 474 4.772 -2,5% -6,4%
27 31 Peugeot 208 465 4.673 -1,5% -18,5%
28 40 Volvo XC60 456 4.272 26,7% -8,9%
29 29 Toyota Yaris 444 4.814 11,0% -5,4%
30 21 Renault Mégane 434 5.376 10,2% 51,2%
31 47 Audi A1 427 3.789 0,7% -15,2%
32 26 Mercedes GLA 418 5.132 24,4% -10,5%
33 23 Opel Mokka 411 5.311 5,9% 1,4%
34 34 BMW X3 404 4.454 -12,9% 5,7%
35 53 Volkswagen Sharan 401 3.619 2,8% 10,9%
36 18 Opel Astra 397 5.931 -0,3% 48,3%
37 39 Peugeot 308 388 4.342 -4,4% -23,9%
38 35 BMW 1 Series 385 4.427 0,3% -14,2%
39 36 Nissan Qashqai 377 4.385 -20,8% -17,5%
40 33 Suzuki Vitara 371 4.485 6,6% 40,8%
40 28 Dacia Sandero 371 4.817 -19,7% 56,2%

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