Serbia Car Sales in First Half 2016 up in double-digit fueled by Fiat

Serbia Car Sales in First Half 2016

Serbia Car Sales in First Half 2016 up in double-digit fueled by Fiat aggressive commercial policy and economy expansion. While Fiat and Skoda fight for the leadership, Hyundai is emerging fast.

Market Outlook

Serbia’s economy lost momentum in the second quarter and recent GDP data show that the economy expanded 1.8% over the same quarter of the previous year. The figure marked a noticeable deceleration over the previous quarter’s increase.

In the second quarter of 2016 the vehicles market kept momentum in line with previous quarter albeit May sales had been below the previous year.

In the first half 2016, sales grew 23.5% with 15.386 vehicles.

Competitive Arena

Fiat was the new leader with 2.125 sales (+16.6%) with 15.6% of market share ahead of the rival Skoda with 1.898 (-0.4%).

Third was Volkswagen with 1.201 sales (+20.6%), followed by Renault with 1.165 (+70.6%), Opel with 983 (+54.3%), Dacia with 959 (+21.2%) and Hyundai with 946 (+556.9%).

As far as the Car Groups performance, the leader was Volkswagen Group with 25.9% of market share, ahead of Renault-Nissan with 17.3%, FCA with 16.6% and Hyundai-Kia with 9.9%.

The best-selling model ranking was managed by the Fiat 500L with 846 sales (+31.2%), ahead to the Skoda Rapid with 661 (+0.0%), the Skoda Octavia with 616 (+13.4%), the Dacia Sandero with 482 (+31.7%) and Opel Astra with 459 (+136.6%).

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 JuneRank H1 2016BrandSales JuneSales H1 2016Var JuneVar H1 2016Share JuneShare H1 2016
11Fiat5062.12517,4%16,6%18,5%15,6%
22Skoda3341.89818,9%-0,4%12,2%13,9%
33Volkswagen2611.20138,1%20,6%9,5%8,8%
64Renault1931.16567,8%70,6%7,1%8,6%
55Opel22798326,1%54,3%8,3%7,2%
86Dacia156959-1,3%21,2%5,7%7,0%
77Hyundai167946556,9%6,1%6,9%
48Ford2368461,7%1,7%8,6%6,2%
99Toyota120628-35,5%9,6%4,4%4,6%
1210Kia63397-44,7%-18,6%2,3%2,9%
1011Audi7335543,1%16,4%2,7%2,6%
1412Peugeot4232913,5%98,2%1,5%2,4%
1113Citroen6429323,1%38,2%2,3%2,2%
1614BMW33252-5,7%25,4%1,2%1,9%
1315Suzuki6022920,0%12,8%2,2%1,7%
1316Nissan6022676,5%26,3%2,2%1,7%
1517Mazda372152,8%-30,4%1,4%1,6%
1818Honda15130-11,8%-1,5%0,5%1,0%
1719Jeep20890,0%6,0%0,7%0,7%
1920Land Rover1377116,7%71,1%0,5%0,6%
2021Volvo115683,3%69,7%0,4%0,4%
2122Porsche1045400,0%55,2%0,4%0,3%
2223Alfa Romeo942350,0%82,6%0,3%0,3%
2324Mitsubishi435-63,6%-50,7%0,1%0,3%
1925Seat1328550,0%64,7%0,5%0,2%
2526Great Wall126-83,3%-27,8%0,0%0,2%
2327Mini420-42,9%-33,3%0,1%0,1%
2428Subaru310200,0%-9,1%0,1%0,1%
29Infiniti8
30Jaguar2
Rank JuneRank H1 2016GroupSales JuneSales H1 2016Var JuneVar H1 2016Share JuneShare H1 2016
11Volkswagen6913.52731,6%8,4%25,3%25,9%
32Renault-Nissan4092.35833,2%42,5%15,0%17,3%
23FCA5352.25618,1%17,0%19,6%16,6%
54Hyundai-Kia2301.34398,3%112,5%8,4%9,9%
65General Motors22798326,1%54,3%8,3%7,2%
46Ford2368461,7%1,7%8,6%6,2%
77Toyota120628-35,5%9,6%4,4%4,6%
88PSA10662219,1%64,6%3,9%4,6%
109BMW37272-11,9%17,7%1,4%2,0%
910Suzuki6022920,0%12,8%2,2%1,7%
Rank JuneRank H1 2016ModelSales JuneSales H1 2016Var JuneVar H1 2016
11Fiat 500L18384623,6%31,2%
52Skoda Rapid1006610,0%0,0%
43Skoda Octavia10161611,6%13,4%
64Dacia Sandero7648210,1%31,7%
35Opel Astra121459266,7%136,6%
26Ford Fiesta1244104,2%16,1%
97Skoda Fabia66403-5,7%-32,5%
188Renault Fluence30354
109Hyundai Tucson65353
1410Renault Clio47340123,8%38,8%

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