Slovenia 2017. Toyota the raising star in a market up 11%

Slovenian Vehicles Market in November 2016

Slovenian Vehicles Market kept momentum in the 2017 with car passenger’s sales up 11% at the best in this decade. Volkswagen defended the leadership from the assault of Renault while Toyota was the fastest growing brand.

Slovenian economy in the 2017 was among the best performing in the Eurozone amid sturdy region-wide growth. Healthy private consumption, an increase in government spending, and a stellar expansion in exports drove the strong result, although it was a marginal dip from the second quarter. The strong growth momentum likely spilled over into Q4, as recent survey data showed that consumer confidence in November remained at October’s all-time high, and business confidence surged to an over 10-year high in the same month. Moreover, the fiscal deficit continued to shrink in November as the government’s total revenues rose at a faster pace than its expenditures, strengthening the economy’s debt dynamics.

Slovenian vehicles market has fast recovered after the 2009 crisis and domestic sales are growing uninterruptedly since five years, with 2016 light vehicles sales at 73.633, including car passenger’s at 63.672. According to data released by the Association of Car Manufacturers in Slovenia, in the 2017 sales has taken a fast speed during all the year ending at 70.891 units (+11.4%).

 Sales 2012Sales 2013Sales 2014Sales 2015Sales 2016Sales 2017Sales 2018 e
Car48.64650.94653.03359.42863.67270.89175.126
LCV6.4126.7666.8327.9179.96111.91812.632
Total55.05857.71259.86567.34573.63382.80987.758
 2012 Var2013 Var2014 Var2015 Var2016 Var2017 Var2018 var e
Car-16,7%4,7%4,6%11,5%7,1%11,4%6,0%
LCV20,9%6,0%
Total-16,7%4,7%4,6%11,5%23,7%12,6%6,0%

At brand-wise, the market leader Volkswagen has sold 10.582 units (+8.6%) keeping the distance over the followers, first of all Renault, with 9.981 units (+20.5%), aiming to be back leader in a country where is the top producer.

In third Skoda with 6.815 sales (+15.6%) followed by Opel with 4.696 units (+1.5%), Hyundai with 3.952 (+18.5%), Dacia with 3.787 (+29.2%), Peugeot with 3.291 (+7.3%), Ford with 3.181 (-4.4%), Citroen with 2.955 (+14.7%) and in 10th place Nissan with 2.441 (+12.2%).

At model-wise, market leader was the Volkswagen Golf  with 3.482 sales (+34.2%) followed by the Renault Clio with 3.476sales (-9.8%) and the Skoda Octavia with 2.873 (+20.9%).

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Rank 2017Ran DecBrandSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation DecShare 2017Share Dec
12Volkswagen10.5824758,6%-5,6%14,9%11,8%
21Renault9.98151120,5%-22,2%14,1%12,7%
33Skoda6.81544115,6%51,0%9,6%10,9%
45Opel4.6963261,5%-7,4%6,6%8,1%
54Hyundai3.95236918,5%21,4%5,6%9,1%
68Dacia3.78718529,2%-19,6%5,3%4,6%
79Peugeot3.2911697,3%3,0%4,6%4,2%
87Ford3.181211-4,4%49,6%4,5%5,2%
910Citroen2.95514414,7%38,5%4,2%3,6%
106Nissan2.44122012,2%51,7%3,4%5,4%
1113Seat2.33511811,5%-34,8%3,3%2,9%
1214Toyota2.31410636,8%0,0%3,3%2,6%
1316BMW2.296983,6%-34,7%3,2%2,4%
1411Kia2.203128-5,8%-33,7%3,1%3,2%
1512Fiat2.109124-14,9%-5,3%3,0%3,1%
1617Audi1.920917,4%15,2%2,7%2,3%
1715Suzuki1.4469929,0%16,5%2,0%2,5%
1818Mercedes1.3616514,2%-16,7%1,9%1,6%
1918Mazda1.2316511,3%-14,5%1,7%1,6%
2020Honda4821796,7%-34,6%0,7%0,4%
2119Volvo2982531,3%66,7%0,4%0,6%
2221Mitsubishi270111,9%-50,0%0,4%0,3%
2324Jeep2005-28,1%-28,6%0,3%0,1%
2424Alfa Romeo168590,9%0,0%0,2%0,1%
2522Mini1609-16,2%-30,8%0,2%0,2%
2626Porsche772
2727Land Rover751
2825Lexus634
2923Jaguar566
3023Subaru416
3127Smart401
32Abarth19
33DS12
3427Tesla111
35SsangYong10
3627Maserati61
37Lada3
38Lancia2
39Chevrolet1
39Ferrari1

Rank 2017Ran DecGroupSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation DecShare 2017Share Dec
11Volkswagen Group21.7291.12710,9%6,2%30,7%27,9%
22Renault Nissan Alliance16.48292720,7%-12,0%23,2%23,0%
33P.S.A.10.9546396,3%2,7%15,5%15,8%
44Hyundai-Kia6.1554978,5%0,0%8,7%12,3%
55Ford M.C.3.181211-4,4%49,6%4,5%5,2%
66F.C.A.2.505135-12,7%-6,9%3,5%3,3%
78BMW2.4561072,0%-34,4%3,5%2,6%
87Toyota M.C.2.37711036,1%0,0%3,4%2,7%
99Suzuki1.4469929,0%16,5%2,0%2,5%
1010Mercedes Benz1.4016613,2%-15,4%2,0%1,6%
Rank 2017Rank 2016 Sales 2017Sales 2016Variation 2017
12Volkswagen Golf3.4822.59434,2%
21Renault Clio3.4763.854-9,8%
33Skoda Octavia2.8732.37720,9%
411Renault Mégane2.0941.18476,9%
55Renault Captur1.7441.824-4,4%
610Hyundai Tucson1.5681.24525,9%
722Dacia Sandero1.55686180,7%
84Volkswagen Polo1.5362.037-24,6%
99Skoda Fabia1.4951.4165,6%
1023Volkswagen Tiguan1.43185667,2%
117Dacia Duster1.4161.507-6,0%
128Volkswagen Passat1.3561.427-5,0%
136Opel Astra1.3301.563-14,9%
1415Opel Corsa1.18196822,0%
1531Ford Focus1.12666868,6%
1614Kia Cee’d1.0761.0294,6%
1712Volkswagen Touran1.0711.123-4,6%
1816Peugeot 20081.07095611,9%
1921Skoda Rapid1.06387022,2%
2043Citroen C31.051417152,0%
2120Peugeot 2089598907,8%
2228Nissan Juke95170335,3%
2317Nissan Qashqai929935-0,6%
2444Renault Scénic892401122,4%
2549Renault Kadjar858357140,3%
2619Seat Leon784902-13,1%
2726Skoda Superb7587501,1%
2841Hyundai i3075646064,3%
2930Suzuki Vitara74767410,8%
3024Hyundai i20737809-8,9%
3139Toyota Yaris68950536,4%

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