Spanish Auto industry in January at the 30th victory in a row

Spanish Auto industry

Spanish Auto industry fast started the 2016 with the 30th Y.o.Y. growing month in a string. Opel surged 76% taking the leadership while the drop of Ibiza pushed Seat down in seventh place. Audi was the leader among premium.

Economic Outlook

Spain’s economy grew at the fastest pace since 2007 last year, as the country remains firmly entrenched on a growth path following years of recession. Strong domestic dynamics, underpinned by the lowest unemployment rate in over four years in Q4 and a less tight fiscal position, have allowed the economy to outperform many of its European peers.

On the political front, the country remains at an impasse after the 20 December election yielded a fragmented Congress and no clear governing coalition. The King—who has to propose a candidate for prime minister—remains in talks with party leaders over who will try to form a governing alliance.

However, it remains unclear who the King will propose first and if any party leader can muster the support needed to win a confidence vote in Parliament. Fresh elections must be called two months after Parliament holds its first confidence vote, however, with no time limits on when the first vote has to take place the country could be at a political standstill for months.y.

Market Outlook

According to data released by the ANIAC  and the ANIACAM, the Spanish Associations of Car Manufacturers and Dealers, in January 2016 the total new car passengers sold have been 76.904, +12.9% from the correspondent period last year, posting the 30th year on year increase since the start of positive series in September 2013.

Booming 70.8%, Opel was the fastest starter brand taking the leadership with 7.260 sales ahead of the last year leader, Volkswagen, able to deliver 6.633 units (+0.0%),  Peugeot with 5.521 (+30.7%), Citroen with 4.905 (+27.1%), Audi with 4.692 (+21.1%), Renault with 4.471 (-7.1%) and Seat, only 7th, with 4.290 units (-17.2%).

Seat Leon was again on top of the model list with 2.483 units (+9.5%) while Ibiza dropped in 13th place losing 41.7%. Second was the Volkswagen Gold despite losing 7.8% of volume ahead of the Peugeot 308 (+42.4%), the Opel Astra (+60.2%) and the Opel Corsa (+25.3%).

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 JanRank 2015BrandJanJan ShareJan Var2015Share 2015
14Opel7.2609,4%70,8%76.4797,3%
21Volkswagen6.6338,6%0,0%88.3148,5%
35Peugeot5.5217,2%30,7%76.3777,3%
47Citroen4.9056,4%27,1%61.8285,9%
513Audi4.6926,1%21,1%44.0974,2%
63Renault4.4715,8%-7,1%77.1167,4%
72Seat4.2905,6%-17,2%77.5807,5%
89Toyota4.2415,5%6,1%49.1314,7%
96Ford4.1715,4%-2,5%70.6476,8%
1016BMW3.7444,9%18,0%35.9823,5%
118Nissan3.6344,7%6,5%55.3335,3%
1214Mercedes3.5424,6%18,6%39.1333,8%
1311Kia3.5404,6%50,4%45.0444,3%
1415Fiat2.5693,3%9,7%37.3633,6%
1512Hyundai2.4513,2%-6,1%44.1624,2%
1610Dacia2.2252,9%-33,8%45.2414,3%
1718Mazda1.4621,9%94,4%15.3011,5%
1817Skoda1.4161,8%-7,9%22.8912,2%
1921Land Rover1.0151,3%36,8%9.2280,9%
2023Honda7551,0%82,4%7.8620,8%
2122Mitsubishi5780,8%-4,1%8.9800,9%
2219Volvo5620,7%14,0%10.6401,0%
2320Mini5130,7%-23,4%9.5920,9%
2426Lexus4910,6%17,5%4.7050,5%
2524Jeep4890,6%123,3%5.2240,5%
2627Suzuki4070,5%114,2%3.5650,3%
2725Smart3460,4%37,8%4.9760,5%
2828SsangYong2450,3%13,4%3.4040,3%
2929Alfa Romeo1810,2%23,1%2.8510,3%
3030Porsche1770,2%-4,8%2.1110,2%
3132Jaguar1310,2%129,8%1.7420,2%
3231Subaru1260,2%12,5%1.7630,2%
3335Abarth370,0%76,2%4050,0%
3433Lancia270,0%-41,3%1.1340,1%
3534Infiniti240,0%-41,5%4960,0%
3636Maserati130,0%-23,5%1920,0%
3737Mahindra60,0%-14,3%880,0%
3840Bentley50,0%25,0%460,0%
3938Ferrari40,0%-33,3%740,0%
4044Tesla30,0%200,0%110,0%
4143Lamborghini10,0%-50,0%130,0%
4150Morgan10,0%#DIV/0!20,0%
Rank JanRank 2015GroupJanJan ShareJan Var2015Share 2015
11Volkswagen17.21422,4%-1,1%235.05222,6%
23PSA10.42613,6%29,0%138.20513,3%
32Renault-Nissan10.35413,5%-11,0%178.19117,1%
45General Motors7.2609,4%70,5%76.5307,4%
54Hyundai-Kia5.9917,8%20,7%89.2068,6%
67Toyota4.7326,2%7,2%53.8365,2%
79BMW4.2575,5%10,7%45.5754,4%
86Ford4.1715,4%-2,5%70.6476,8%
910Mercedes Daimler3.8885,1%20,1%44.1094,2%
108FCA3.3204,3%18,7%47.2594,5%
Rank 2016Rank 2015ModelsJan SalesJan Var.Jan Share20152015 Share
11Seat Leon2.4839,5%3,3%33.2713,2%
23Volkswagen Golf2.081-7,9%2,7%25.6612,5%
311Peugeot 3081.66042,4%2,2%20.5262,0%
49Opel Astra1.62860,2%2,1%20.7692,0%
510Opel Corsa1.57525,3%2,1%20.7082,0%
614Toyota Auris1.5416,5%2,0%17.1471,7%
725Audi A31.50858,6%2,0%11.5901,1%
85Volkswagen Polo1.4946,8%2,0%25.1282,4%
96Nissan Qashqai1.4614,5%1,9%23.8352,3%
1021Opel Mokka1.391100,4%1,8%12.4621,2%
117Renault Clio1.367-14,0%1,8%23.0222,2%
1218Kia Sportage1.27567,1%1,7%14.0001,4%
132Seat Ibiza1.264-41,7%1,7%31.4183,0%
148Renault Mégane1.248-26,0%1,6%21.8132,1%
1419Volkswagen Tiguan1.248-6,2%1,6%13.9051,3%
154Dacia Sandero1.247-24,5%1,6%25.3382,5%
1651Opel Zafira Tourer1.215149,5%1,6%7.0730,7%
1712Peugeot 2081.21111,8%1,6%20.1972,0%
1820Citroen C4 Picasso1.05330,0%1,4%13.1131,3%
1916Peugeot 20081.02844,6%1,3%14.8181,4%
2022Toyota Yaris1.026-0,2%1,3%12.4431,2%
2129Fiat 50096122,9%1,3%10.7351,0%
2226Citroen C3938838,0%1,2%11.4591,1%
2323Citroen C4 Cactus9296,8%1,2%12.0801,2%
2413Ford Focus898-0,6%1,2%18.1571,8%
2515Renault Captur859-8,1%1,1%15.9671,5%
2631Citroen C484519,5%1,1%9.5160,9%
2642Audi A18450,8%1,1%7.9170,8%
2757Hyundai Tucson842#DIV/0!1,1%6.2870,6%
2835Peugeot 300882975,3%1,1%8.9930,9%
2949BMW 1 Series80825,1%1,1%7.1580,7%
3024Nissan Juke786-0,5%1,0%11.7191,1%
3144Kia Rio768111,0%1,0%7.9000,8%
3232Volkswagen Passat73877,0%1,0%9.2450,9%
3340Opel Insignia69055,4%0,9%8.0090,8%
3437Mercedes A Class68724,7%0,9%8.2340,8%
3546Mercedes GLA6833,0%0,9%7.3620,7%
3647BMW 3 Series68215,0%0,9%7.1900,7%
3759Audi Q3655170,7%0,9%6.2270,6%
3833Kia Cee’d6333,4%0,8%9.2390,9%
3965Land Rover Range Rover Evoque63219,5%0,8%5.3740,5%
4039Hyundai i2061993,4%0,8%8.0410,8%

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