Spain market report. October

Spain Cars October Sales

Spain Cars October Sales up a little while the country found a government and frictions with the EU. Volkswagen led again albeit losing sales while Seat Leon, Nissan Qasqai jumped on podium.

Market Outlook

An end to Spain’s nearly year-long political gridlock may be in sight. On 23 October, the center-left PSOE announced its intention to abstain at the confidence vote that caretaker Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will face before the end of the month.

On 15 October, the caretaker government submitted to the EU authorities a 2017 budget draft that envisages a deficit of 3.6% of GDP next year, which is 0.5 percentage points above the EU target of 3.1%. The new government will need to find additional savings of around EUR 5.0 billion to adjust for the shortfall.

Despite the long political uncertain and the already great recovery scored in the last three years, the automotive sector is still gaining, while with a slower speed.

According to data released by the ANIAC  and the ANIACAM, the Spanish Associations of Car Manufacturers and Dealers, in the last month the total new car passengers sold have been 83.733, up 4.6%.

Year to date  sales had been 958.018, up 10.9%.

Competitive Arena

Last month Volkswagen was leader with 8.740 sales (-4.2%) with the 8.9% of market share. Renault was second with 8.079 units (+4.1%) ahead of Peugeot with 7.832 (-6.4), Citroen with 6.524 (-15.7%),  Seat with 6347 (+22.3%), Opel with 6.086 (+8.4%) and Ford with 5.856 sales (+0.5%).

Behind,  Mercedes with 5.170 (+13.3%), Nissan with 4.913 (+3.7%) and in 10th place Kia with 4.244 (+19.7%).

As far as the Car Groups performance, Volkswagen Group was on top with 20.9% of market share, ahead of Renault-Nissan with 17.1%, PSA with 14.6% and Hyundai-Kia with 8.0%.

As far as the best-selling models performance, a new leader was the  Seat Leon with 2.615 (+6.1%) followed by the Nissan Qasquai with 2.103 (+14.9%) and the the Seat Ibiza with 2.014 (-7.1%).

Renault Clio ranked fourth with 1.817 sales (+9.3%) followed by Opel Corsa with 1.803 (+33.6%), Dacia Sandero with 1.784 (-9.3%), Peugeot 208 with 1.711 (+2.6%), Renault Megane with 1.683 (+12.1%) and the Volkswagen Golf with 1.491 (+0.1%).

In order to see the best-selling models ranking with the top 100 model performance in the year, see the report we dedicated.

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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 OctRank 2016BrandSales OctSales 2016Var OctVar 2016Share OctShare 2016
11Volkswagen8.74092.016-4,2%-1,0%8,9%8,4%
23Renault8.07987.0384,1%9,2%8,2%7,9%
32Peugeot7.83288.468-6,4%8,7%8,0%8,1%
45Citroen6.52478.999-15,7%4,9%6,6%7,2%
56Seat6.34766.47122,3%-0,2%6,5%6,1%
64Opel6.08681.1488,4%16,6%6,2%7,4%
77Ford5.86664.1550,5%-5,6%6,0%5,9%
810Mercedes5.17048.81513,3%17,5%5,3%4,5%
99Nissan4.91351.7213,7%2,7%5,0%4,7%
1012Kia4.24446.43219,7%22,6%4,3%4,2%
1111Toyota4.23948.7131,3%12,8%4,3%4,4%
128Fiat4.19152.21427,1%20,6%4,3%4,8%
1313Dacia3.66746.229-13,4%0,8%3,7%4,2%
1415Hyundai3.62540.558-7,2%18,1%3,7%3,7%
1514Audi3.51644.0422,4%15,0%3,6%4,0%
1616BMW3.21836.01015,3%19,6%3,3%3,3%
1717Skoda1.60120.8496,2%4,7%1,6%1,9%
1818Mazda1.41815.384-2,1%28,4%1,4%1,4%
1925Iveco1.1005.7070,0%0,0%1,1%0,5%
2019Volvo1.00110.81714,5%28,7%1,0%1,0%
2120Mini9839.15652,4%18,6%1,0%0,8%
2222Mitsubishi9608.0819,1%-1,4%1,0%0,7%
2321Land Rover7278.600-0,4%14,4%0,7%0,8%
2423Honda6307.9175,2%26,7%0,6%0,7%
2524Jeep5235.71032,1%33,9%0,5%0,5%
2627Lexus5104.75216,7%23,7%0,5%0,4%
2726Smart4825.338-12,8%28,4%0,5%0,5%
2828Suzuki4104.6810,7%69,9%0,4%0,4%
2930Jaguar3522.925124,2%136,7%0,4%0,3%
3029SsangYong2433.212-17,3%18,6%0,2%0,3%
3131Alfa Romeo2082.5361,0%10,2%0,2%0,2%
3232Porsche1931.82020,6%-2,6%0,2%0,2%
3333Subaru1621.6698,0%14,9%0,2%0,2%
3434Infiniti122984281,3%120,6%0,1%0,1%
3538Isuzu884350,0%0,0%0,1%
3635Abarth7953892,7%68,1%0,1%
3739Piaggio603540,0%0,0%0,1%
3837Renault Trucks504530,0%0,0%0,1%
3940Maserati35229105,9%36,3%
4045Tesla830700,0%233,3%
4136Lancia7460-82,1%-58,0%
4242Ferrari557-28,6%-10,9%
4243Bentley54666,7%21,1%
4344Tata435-69,2%-58,8%
4341Mahindra493-69,2%6,9%
4451Morgan130,0%50,0%
4446Lamborghini117-50,0%41,7%
4447Aston Martin1110,0%-15,4%
4452Lincoln12
Rank OctRank 2016GroupSales OctSales 2016Var OctVar 2016Share OctShare 2016
11Volkswagen20.403225.2615,1%2,5%20,8%20,6%
22Renault-Nissan16.781185.9730,1%5,4%17,1%17,0%
33PSA14.356167.467-10,8%6,9%14,6%15,3%
44Hyundai-Kia7.86986.9905,6%20,5%8,0%8,0%
56FCA6.14867.45220,5%17,9%6,3%6,2%
65General Motors6.08681.1638,4%16,6%6,2%7,4%
77Ford5.86764.1570,5%-5,6%6,0%5,9%
88Mercedes Daimler5.65254.15310,4%18,5%5,8%4,9%
99Toyota4.74953.4652,7%13,7%4,8%4,9%
1010BMW4.20145.16822,3%19,4%4,3%4,1%
Rank OctRank 2016ModelSales OctoberSales YTD 2016Var OctVar 2016
11Seat Leon2.61529.6606,1%6,7%
28Nissan Qashqai2.10320.56514,9%5,8%
32Seat Ibiza2.01427.707-7,1%3,0%
47Renault Clio1.81720.7549,3%7,2%
53Opel Corsa1.80323.40033,6%34,1%
65Dacia Sandero1.78420.985-9,3%2,2%
710Peugeot 2081.71118.2692,6%9,9%
816Renault Mégane1.68314.45512,1%-25,7%
96Volkswagen Golf1.49120.9150,1%-4,5%
1011Opel Astra1.47817.580-16,0%1,3%
114Volkswagen Polo1.46521.858-29,3%-0,4%
129Peugeot 3081.45620.204-23,4%22,5%
1312Hyundai Tucson1.43515.2456,8%406,5%
1414Toyota Auris1.34114.839-3,2%4,2%
1515Renault Captur1.32714.7042,6%11,7%
1613Kia Sportage1.30514.88527,7%23,0%
1789Seat Ateca1.2732.991
1818Peugeot 20081.21513.650-14,9%11,6%
1927Toyota Yaris1.12410.5474,2%0,1%
2042Ford Kuga1.1237.73079,4%55,1%
2130Volkswagen Tiguan1.1119.5992,4%-17,2%
2219Ford Focus1.08012.278-8,1%-20,0%
2325Renault Kadjar1.06910.56221,2%244,5%
2417Opel Mokka99014.00533,4%32,0%
2543Mercedes A Class8897.70616,7%12,5%
2638Peugeot 30088888.15639,0%11,3%
2731Kia Cee’d8849.37225,0%18,7%
2820Citroen C4 Picasso87512.207-21,0%9,8%
2937Fiat 500L8558.18312,4%3,7%
3051Mini8536.72477,0%20,2%
3128Citroen C382310.370-35,9%6,4%
3224Nissan Juke80210.622-0,6%13,4%
3348Mercedes C Class7956.89519,0%6,9%
3446Audi Q37927.12779,2%33,4%
3523Ford Fiesta78410.80717,4%-12,7%
3633Kia Rio7828.93123,5%37,0%
3726Dacia Duster77510.550-17,0%13,8%
3859BMW X17645.553185,1%132,1%
3935Hyundai i307588.477-22,5%0,4%
4040Volkswagen Passat7267.766-12,5%2,8%

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