Serbia car passengers sales moderate recovery in Q3 2015.

Serbia car passengers

Serbia car passengers sales moderate recovery in Q3 2015 mirroring the data from economic sector as the country finally was out from the prolonged recession. Skoda led ahead of Fiat thanks to the new Fabia success.

Economic Outlook

Following five consecutive contractions, the Serbian economy finally rebounded in Q2 on the back of healthy investment and a robust external sector. Recent economic data show that the positive momentum was carried into Q3 as industrial production expanded at a double-digit rate in both August and September.

Earlier this month, a mission from the IMF started its third review of the Serbian economy under the Stand-By Arrangement program. The Fund will focus on the latest economic developments in the country as well as on the budget for 2016.

The government intends to increase public expenditures for next year by using part of the extra revenues generated this year. Possible areas for increased spending include raising pensions and public wages, which were cut in late 2014 in an effort to rein in the fiscal deficit.

Market Outlook

Serbian domestic car market trend is mirroring the country economic trend. Market started recovering during the second quarter 2015 after five quarters of consecutive declines and in the third quarter improved the speed despite slow July sales.

Indeed in July total light vehicles registered had been 1.771 (-4.0%) before recovering in August at 1.510 (+13.4%)  and September at 1.738 (+22.5%).

During the first nine months of the 2015 total light vehicles sales had been 15.711, up 3.1%.

Market led was Skoda with 2.777 sales (+6.2%) fighting with the local producer Fiat, second with 2.557 units (+17.1%). Third was Volkswagen with 1.457 sales (+10.0%).

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 SepRank 2015BrandSales SepSales YtdVar SepVar YtdShare SepShare Ytd
12Fiat3802.55769,6%17,1%21,9%16,2%
21Skoda2832.77743,7%6,2%16,3%17,6%
33Volkswagen1741.4578,8%-6,6%10,0%9,2%
47Opel11090159,4%15,2%6,3%5,7%
54Dacia951.14225,0%8,3%5,5%7,2%
66Renault9199846,8%23,8%5,2%6,3%
75Ford761.05418,8%29,2%4,4%6,7%
89Kia7170069,0%4,8%4,1%4,4%
98Toyota678510,0%15,0%3,9%5,4%
1017Hyundai63235-57,4%-81,0%3,6%1,5%
1010Audi6348221,2%8,6%3,6%3,1%
1112BMW4230723,5%8,9%2,4%1,9%
1215Nissan41286-4,7%4,8%2,4%1,8%
1314Citroen35299483,3%475,0%2,0%1,9%
1411Mazda29409-14,7%83,4%1,7%2,6%
1513Suzuki263028,3%18,9%1,5%1,9%
1621Land Rover2170110,0%59,1%1,2%0,4%
1719Jeep1615577,8%269,0%0,9%1,0%
1816Peugeot1525487,5%133,0%0,9%1,6%
1918Honda11180-31,3%-25,9%0,6%1,1%
2023Porsche649200,0%-2,0%0,3%0,3%
2124Great Wall4460,2%0,3%
2125Alfa Romeo44233,3%133,3%0,2%0,3%
2120Mitsubishi480-73,3%56,9%0,2%0,5%
2222Volvo354-50,0%1,9%0,2%0,3%
2230Infiniti370,2%0,0%
2226Mini341-57,1%-14,6%0,2%0,3%
2328Subaru117-66,7%0,0%0,1%0,1%
2327Seat1200,0%-84,5%0,1%0,1%
Rank SepRank 2015GroupSales SepSales YtdVar SepVar YtdShare SepShare Ytd
11Toyota1.1468.840153,2%116,8%21,8%21,5%
22Honda8795.000312,7%558,8%16,7%12,1%
35Renault-Nissan5564.136144,9%211,0%10,6%10,0%
44Volkswagen4784.37849,8%34,7%9,1%10,6%
58Hyundai-Kia4322.415160,2%125,3%8,2%5,9%
67BMW3892.900-5,8%5,6%7,4%7,0%
73Mercedes Daimler3684.464-20,0%30,6%7,0%10,8%
86Mazda3103.44239,6%197,5%5,9%8,4%
910Fuji Heavy Industries1801.036233,3%169,1%3,4%2,5%
1011Mitsubishi1701.0283,2%2,5%
Rank SepRank 2015ModelSales SepYTD SepVar SepVar YTDShare SepShare 2015
13Fiat 500L2531.229232,9%39,5%11,70%6,4%
21Skoda Fabia1801.784130,8%85,3%8,33%9,3%
32Skoda Octavia1521.600198,0%130,5%7,03%8,3%
417Hyundai i3096266134,1%-32,7%4,44%1,4%
524Lada Niva67217346,7%60,7%3,10%1,1%
67Opel Astra59498293,3%268,9%2,73%2,6%
74Skoda Rapid55920450,0%153,4%2,54%4,8%
89Fiat Ducato53414-19,7%32,7%2,45%2,1%
960Smart Fortwo50502,31%0,3%
1011Kia Cee’d48407108,7%3,6%2,22%2,1%
1127Hyundai i20421920,0%-30,2%1,94%1,0%
125Volkswagen Golf3674616,1%80,6%1,67%3,9%
1314Dacia Duster35345-60,7%65,1%1,62%1,8%
1415Toyota Corolla3232377,8%99,4%1,48%1,7%
156Toyota Yaris31574106,7%325,2%1,43%3,0%
1518Volkswagen Polo31258-31,1%16,2%1,43%1,3%
1612Renault Clio30376100,0%45,7%1,39%2,0%
1613Skoda Superb30362100,0%27,4%1,39%1,9%
1722Volkswagen Passat292291,34%1,2%
188Dacia Sandero27484-6,9%2,8%1,25%2,5%
1876Hyundai Tucson27271,25%0,1%
1921Volkswagen Caddy25231212,5%220,8%1,16%1,2%
1933Fiat Panda2513366,7%-1,5%1,16%0,7%
1916Fiat Doblo25297-1,0%1,16%1,5%
2026Nissan Qashqai24205-31,4%32,3%1,11%1,1%
2025Opel Corsa2421460,0%58,5%1,11%1,1%

 

 

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