Spain April. Market up 11% while Dacia Sandero is up in 4th

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Spanish autos market up 11% in April keeping live the momentum , on track to hit the new best year in this decade, not far from the all-time record. The market leader Seat (+12.5%) takes only 8.6% of share, proving the competitive landscape sourness.

Spanish economic growth will continue to moderate but remain resilient through 2018 as employment growth slows and fiscal constraints continue to hamper public sector activities. In addition, political uncertainty stemming from Catalonia’s attempt at gaining independence will continue to weigh on the outlook. The FocusEconomics panel sees growth at 2.7% next year, up 0.1 percentage points from last month’s estimate. For 2019, economic expansion should slowing further, to 2.3%.

According to data released by the Minister of Transportation through the local association of car distributors (ANIACAM), after the positive end of 2017, in the first quarter of the year car passenger’s market was again almost positive with 342.007 units sold (+10.5%). In April sales have been 114.266 (+11.9%) with Year to Date figures at 456.273 (+10.6%).

Confirming the wide range of brands fighting for the leadership, the leader so far was Seat with 39.252 sales (+12.5%) with a market share only at 8.6%.

In second place Volkswagen, gaining 1 spot from the full year 2017 ranking, with 35.985 sales (+15.4%) followed by Peugeot with 33.990 (+18.3%), the 2017 leader, Renault with 30.907 (+13.8%), Opel with 30.436 sales (-6.7%) and Citroen with 25.241 sales (+6.8%).

In seventh place Toyota with 23.845 (+9.4%) ahead of Ford with 23.516 (-2.2%), Nissan with 23.216 (+8.2%) and in 10th place Kia with 21.778 (+17.6%). 

At model wise, the market leader is the Seat Ibiza with 13.898 (-1.5%) ahead of the Seat Leon, with 12.370 (-3.0%), the Nissan Qashqai with 10.792 (+9.8%) and the Dacia Sandero with 10.396 (+34.3%).

To see the Spanish best-selling cars ranking, you can see here.

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Rank 2018Rank 2017BrandSales 2018Sales AprilY.o.Y 2018Y.o.Y. AprilShare 2018Share April
12Seat39.25210.93712,5%4,2%8,6%9,6%
23Volkswagen35.9859.63615,4%29,0%7,9%8,4%
34Peugeot33.9909.38918,3%15,5%7,4%8,2%
41Renault30.9078.16813,8%18,9%6,8%7,1%
55Opel30.4366.809-6,7%-9,7%6,7%6,0%
66Citroen25.2416.6666,8%3,3%5,5%5,8%
78Toyota23.8456.8229,4%39,5%5,2%6,0%
87Ford23.5165.074-2,2%-6,5%5,2%4,4%
99Nissan23.2164.1088,2%-1,1%5,1%3,6%
1010Kia21.7785.85017,6%29,2%4,8%5,1%
1112Audi21.1844.4809,6%18,3%4,6%3,9%
1211Hyundai21.0025.22134,6%37,5%4,6%4,6%
1313Fiat20.9734.65314,2%7,6%4,6%4,1%
1414Mercedes18.7394.7174,3%-4,9%4,1%4,1%
1515BMW17.6824.3073,8%0,6%3,9%3,8%
1616Dacia15.9014.15519,6%17,5%3,5%3,6%
1717Skoda9.9712.43927,7%13,7%2,2%2,1%
1818Mazda7.2661.93436,6%46,3%1,6%1,7%
1923Jeep4.3851.41779,3%96,5%1,0%1,2%
2020Mini3.9891.0212,7%22,0%0,9%0,9%
2119Volvo3.715980-14,8%-5,7%0,8%0,9%
2222Mitsubishi3.63398822,9%31,9%0,8%0,9%
2321Land Rover2.818747-23,2%-24,7%0,6%0,7%
2424Honda2.8014510,3%-18,6%0,6%0,4%
2525Suzuki2.59148414,1%23,2%0,6%0,4%
2626Lexus2.47457323,8%17,4%0,5%0,5%
2727Smart1.844501-6,9%-11,6%0,4%0,4%
2829SsangYong1.44930010,6%-21,9%0,3%0,3%
2930Jaguar1.4184264,6%30,7%0,3%0,4%
3028Alfa Romeo1.207263-1,2%-20,5%0,3%0,2%
3133Subaru90620820,3%18,9%0,2%0,2%
3232Porsche78423410,0%78,6%0,2%0,2%
3334Infiniti5801322,1%-12,0%0,1%0,1%
3435Abarth4599830,8%-4,9%0,1%0,1%
3536Tesla1213153,2%93,8%
3637Maserati10318-24,3%-25,0%
3738Mahindra421023,5%-9,1%
3839Ferrari235-4,2%-16,7%
3940Bentley21710,5%133,3%
4043Lamborghini85
4142Aston Martin4
4146McLaren41
4147Lotus41
4245Morgan3
4346Chevrolet2
4448Cadillac1

Rank 2018Rank 2017GroupSales 2018Sales AprilY.o.Y 2018Y.o.Y. AprilShare 2018Share April
11Volkswagen Group107.20527.73814,1%15,4%23,5%24,3%
22P.S.A.89.66722.8644,0%1,7%19,7%20,0%
33Renault Nissan Alliance74.23717.55113,5%13,5%16,3%15,4%
44Hyundai-Kia42.78011.07125,4%33,0%9,4%9,7%
57F.C.A.27.1506.45420,2%17,2%6,0%5,6%
65Toyota M.C.26.3197.39510,6%37,5%5,8%6,5%
76Ford M.C.23.5165.074-2,2%-6,5%5,2%4,4%
88BMW21.6715.3283,6%4,1%4,7%4,7%
99Mercedes Benz20.5835.2183,2%-5,6%4,5%4,6%
1010Mazda7.2661.93436,6%46,3%1,6%1,7%

Rank 2018Rank 2017MODELSales 2018Sals AprY.O.Y. 2018Y.O.Y. April
12Seat Ibiza13.8984.355-1,5%-12,0%
21Seat Leon12.3702.798-3,0%-24,8%
34Nissan Qashqai10.7922.2339,8%20,1%
45Dacia Sandero10.3962.94934,3%43,7%
58Volkswagen Polo10.2843.0431,6%27,1%
67Volkswagen Golf9.9602.38217,7%6,6%
76Opel Corsa9.3832.653-17,8%-15,7%
83Renault Clio9.1972.5102,7%12,3%
922Fiat 5008.9141.53753,3%-19,7%
1010Peugeot 2088.3232.24713,6%6,1%
1115Peugeot 20087.7402.26012,9%14,5%
1211Citroen C37.1311.772-2,8%-5,3%
1324Peugeot 30086.8881.94938,6%50,9%
1413Renault Captur6.8332.05428,0%66,6%
1514Peugeot 3086.6651.877-6,5%-9,4%
169Renault Mégane6.4731.58912,8%9,6%
1712Hyundai Tucson6.2921.7575,8%18,5%
1823Volkswagen Tiguan6.2651.66526,5%39,9%
1919Opel Mokka6.1551.2014,2%0,3%
2017Toyota Auris6.1051.7122,5%28,9%
2121Kia Sportage6.0921.46917,5%31,6%
22115Seat Arona5.8031.628
2318Seat Ateca5.5491.672-8,7%16,3%
2425Toyota Yaris5.3771.42023,8%58,8%
2520Ford Focus5.053987-16,2%-24,0%
2616Opel Astra4.927944-35,8%-37,6%
2726Citroen C4 Picasso4.8701.1939,5%6,0%
2834Ford Fiesta4.693742-2,0%-8,8%
2930Ford Kuga4.4951.08324,2%-0,2%
3035Toyota C-HR4.4201.18621,2%38,9%

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