Luxembourg 2017. Volkswagen shines in a moderately positive market

Luxembourg vehicle Market

Luxembourg vehicles Market in the 2017 was almost positive fueled by still solid GDP growth, record high consumer confidence and five-year low unemployment. Volkswagen further gained share while Audi outpaced Mercedes.

Luxemburg economy performed poorly in the first quarter of the year, growing a relatively weak 3.3% in seasonally adjusted terms from the same quarter of last year. The external sector dragged on Q1 growth, while both private and government consumption eased from Q4’s strong readings. Nonetheless, leading data continue to suggest a pick-up in economic activity in Q2. Unemployment remained at a five-year low in April, while consumer confidence reached a fresh record high in May

Luxemburg vehicles market in the 2017 confirmed the positive tone shown since early 2016 with a moderate growth.

According to data released by the Statec, the Luxembourg Portal for Statistics, car passenger’s sales have been 52.186 (+6.4%).

At brand-wise, the leadership was unchanged, with Volkswagen on top of the list with 6.309 sales (+9.2%) and with 12.1% of market share.

In second place BMW with 4.959 sales (-7.5%) followed by Audi with 4.468 (+7.3%), Mercedes with 4.336 (-7.2%), Renault with 4.053 (-10.5%), Peugeot with 3.034 (+25.4%) and Ford with 2.370 (-1.3%).

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 report year to date data updated.

Rank 2017Ran DecBrandSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation DecShare 2017Share Dec
11Volkswagen6.3094509,2%-6,6%12,1%11,7%
22BMW4.959435-7,5%-2,7%9,5%11,3%
33Audi4.4683337,3%-4,0%8,6%8,7%
422Mercedes4.33636-7,2%-90,8%8,3%0,9%
55Renault4.053270-10,5%-28,6%7,8%7,0%
66Peugeot3.03424025,4%18,8%5,8%6,2%
712Ford2.370120-1,3%-40,0%4,5%3,1%
84Opel2.3132900,0%50,3%4,4%7,5%
99Skoda2.12016010,4%-0,6%4,1%4,2%
107Hyundai1.782173-3,0%12,3%3,4%4,5%
1111Citroen1.622135-11,7%-18,7%3,1%3,5%
128Fiat1.53316433,4%37,8%2,9%4,3%
1310Volvo1.4311384,6%24,3%2,7%3,6%
1418Seat1.1326443,1%6,7%2,2%1,7%
1514Nissan1.0608014,3%2,6%2,0%2,1%
1614Mini9738014,9%60,0%1,9%2,1%
1713Land Rover9558419,5%40,0%1,8%2,2%
1817Toyota9276637,3%8,2%1,8%1,7%
1920Porsche798532,0%-1,9%1,5%1,4%
2016Dacia793707,6%75,0%1,5%1,8%
2121Suzuki6694523,0%12,5%1,3%1,2%
2223Mazda6343392,7%15,0%1,2%0,9%
2319Kia6246033,6%57,9%1,2%1,6%
2415Alfa Romeo52372135,6%260,0%1,0%1,9%
2528Jaguar39613725,0%225,0%0,8%0,3%
2625Honda2842531,3%31,6%0,5%0,6%
2728DS22513134,4%62,5%0,4%0,3%
2830Infiniti1991023,6%-33,3%0,4%0,3%
2924Smart1932836,9%86,7%0,4%0,7%
3029SsangYong1901247,3%33,3%0,4%0,3%
3127Lexus1741543,8%25,0%0,3%0,4%
3233Tesla1555400,0%66,7%0,3%0,1%
3326Mitsubishi1472234,9%120,0%0,3%0,6%
3431Chevrolet1129250,0%0,2%0,2%
3532Maserati107835,4%33,3%0,2%0,2%
3635Subaru983-4,9%-62,5%0,2%0,1%
3732Lotus968638,5%700,0%0,2%0,2%
3831Ferrari929162,9%200,0%0,2%0,2%
3937Jeep80--88,3%-100,0%0,2%0,0%
4032Lamborghini7180,1%0,2%
4134Aston Martin55496,4%0,1%0,1%
4236Bentley34242,8%17,5%0,1%0,1%
4336Rolls-Royce242
44Alpina14
4437McLaren14-
45Caterham4
45Morgan4

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