Sweden 2017. Vehicles sales at new all time record

Sweden Vehicle Market

Sweden Vehicle Market hit a new all time record in the 2017, the second in a string, fueled by fast economic growth, solid labor market and the development of a local green vehicles strategy. Volvo outperformed on top of the list, ahead of Volkswagen and Toyota.

Swedish economic picture for the third quarter show another period of robust economic activity. Quarter-on-quarter GDP growth came in significantly above the EU average, boosted by surging fixed investment. This in turn was likely linked to upbeat business sentiment, which remained elevated in December thanks to broad-based optimism, particularly in the manufacturing sector. In addition, industrial production growth accelerated in October, while the labor market was rock solid in November.

Sweden Vehicle Market is on a roll having scored growing performance through recent years with consecutive records ended in the 2016 peak of 372.212 cars further hit in the 2017 with a new record of 379.240 units. A key propellent of sales acceleration is the national automotive plan, focus on alternative vehicles to fuel, with green incentives which are supporting the development of growing Electric/Hybrid vehicles segment.

 Sales 2012Sales 2013Sales 2014Sales 2015Sales 2016Sales 2017Sales 2018 e
Car279.899269.322303.948345.201372.217379.240374.165
LCV39.30337.34342.35945.91551.57453.09752.443
Total319.202306.665346.307391.116423.791432.337426.607

 2012 Var2013 Var2014 Var2015 Var2016 Var2017 Var2018 var e
Car-8,2%-3,8%12,9%13,6%7,8%1,9%-1,3%
LCV-15,2%-5,0%13,4%8,4%12,3%3,0%-1,2%
Total-9,1%-3,9%12,9%12,9%8,4%2,0%-1,3%

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Indeed, according to data released by the BIL Sweden, the Swedish Associations of Car Manufacturers, first half sales ended a t a new record of 193.000 units (+3.2%) and the third quarter grew up a further 3.1%. In October sales have been 32.112 (+1.2%) and in November 32.469 (+2.1%) with the year to date figures at 344.420 units, up 2.8%.

At brand-wise, the Geely’s owned local maker, Volvo outperformed the market with sales up 6.0% at 75.497 units.

In second place Volkswagen with 57.450 sales (-0.6%) ahead of Toyota with 23.076 (+3.3%), Kia with 23.037 (+5.7%), BMW with 21.419 (-3.3%), Audi with 20.619 (-9.0%), Mercedes with 19.634 (+15.6%), Skoda with 17.319 (+6.9%), Renault with 15.937 (+10.9%) and in 10th place Peugeot with 12.350 (+16.6%).

At model wise, the Volvo XC60 with 21.746(+57.3%) followed by the new Volvo S/V90 with 19.992 and the  Volkswagen Golf with 17.988 (-15.8%).

In order to read the Swedish Best Selling Models ranking, with the top 100 in the last years, please see the dedicated article.

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Rank 2017Ran DecBrandSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation DecShare 2017Share Dec
11Volvo75.4977.7316,0%-3,5%19,9%22,2%
22Volkswagen57.4505.149-0,6%-11,8%15,2%14,8%
34Toyota23.0762.2773,3%0,9%6,1%6,5%
46Kia23.0371.8855,7%15,4%6,1%5,4%
58BMW21.4191.577-3,3%-23,0%5,6%4,5%
65Audi20.6192.231-9,0%-18,4%5,4%6,4%
77Mercedes19.6341.58715,6%4,3%5,2%4,6%
89Skoda17.3191.2876,9%-3,1%4,6%3,7%
93Renault15.9372.43810,9%6,1%4,2%7,0%
1010Peugeot12.35096816,6%18,8%3,3%2,8%
1113Ford11.733783-7,1%-30,8%3,1%2,2%
1214Nissan9.482563-3,5%-36,9%2,5%1,6%
1312Hyundai7.975928-18,8%-38,9%2,1%2,7%
1422Fiat7.0592481,6%1,6%1,9%0,7%
1516Opel7.031491-12,7%-25,2%1,9%1,4%
1620Seat6.2183749,0%-23,4%1,6%1,1%
1718Mazda5.834416-11,7%-5,2%1,5%1,2%
1815Citroen5.41849512,2%50,9%1,4%1,4%
1917Subaru5.0624220,1%14,4%1,3%1,2%
2011Dacia4.836957-5,8%45,2%1,3%2,7%
2119Mitsubishi4.433390-1,6%-23,5%1,2%1,1%
2221Honda3.308275-12,2%14,6%0,9%0,8%
2324Mini3.06220910,6%7,7%0,8%0,6%
2423Suzuki2.731245-0,7%-3,2%0,7%0,7%
2527Porsche1.55013516,1%32,4%0,4%0,4%
2626Lexus1.544156-6,1%28,9%0,4%0,4%
2725Tesla1.28315910,6%-39,5%0,3%0,5%
2829Land Rover1.0497415,7%-6,3%0,3%0,2%
2928Jeep84898-18,6%-27,4%0,2%0,3%
3033Alfa Romeo48940135,1%-46,7%0,1%0,1%
3131SsangYong46763282,8%320,0%0,1%0,2%
3230Jaguar36269-34,4%109,1%0,1%0,2%
3334Chevrolet1703
3436DS11446
3532Maserati693
3636Ferrari622
3737Bentley622
3737Smart613
3836Iveco572
3937Cadillac445
4035Lamborghini303
4136Aston Martin20
42Morgan13
43Lotus111
4438Rolls-Royce3
45Dodge1
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Rank 2017Ran DecGroupSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation DecShare 2017Share Dec
11Volkswagen Group103.2489.181-0,5%-12,6%27,2%26,4%
22Geely Group75.5087.7326,0%-3,5%19,9%22,2%
33Renault Nissan Alliance34.6884.3482,5%-0,3%9,1%12,5%
44Hyundai-Kia31.0122.813-1,9%-10,8%8,2%8,1%
56P.S.A.24.9132.0005,6%10,7%6,6%5,7%
65Toyota M.C.24.6202.4332,7%2,3%6,5%7,0%
77BMW24.4841.786-1,8%-20,3%6,5%5,1%
88Mercedes Benz19.6951.59015,6%4,4%5,2%4,6%
99Ford M.C.11.733783-7,1%-30,8%3,1%2,2%
1012F.C.A.8.5853932,4%-17,1%2,3%1,1%
Rank 2017Rank DecModelSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation Dec
15Volvo XC6023.7981.45558,4%-33,9%
21Volvo S/V9022.5932.6011609,0%225,1%
34Volkswagen Golf19.4581.470-9,6%-35,1%
42Volvo S/V6015.1161.920-9,8%-12,7%
56Volvo V4010.5241.422-17,1%-5,5%
67Volkswagen Tiguan9.836910119,0%41,5%
73Volkswagen Passat7.6051.743-6,2%131,2%
816BMW 5 Series6.67044522,7%-17,3%
910Toyota Auris6.208558-16,4%5,9%
1013Skoda Octavia5.794499-1,6%-0,6%
1115Kia Cee’d5.781476-14,7%54,5%
1218Mercedes E Class5.47540732,3%-16,1%
1322Nissan Qashqai5.3833514,6%-27,2%
1423Toyota Yaris5.3563484,4%-1,1%
1527Skoda Fabia4.886292-10,9%-35,4%
1612Renault Clio4.66153115,6%42,4%
1717Audi A64.656427-16,6%-18,4%
1832Volkswagen Polo4.586258-35,3%-64,0%
199Audi A44.468665-21,4%21,1%
2019BMW 3 Series4.036391-7,5%85,3%
21Volkswagen Passat GTE3.726-2,1%-100,0%
228Renault Captur3.441701-3,8%38,3%
2320Toyota C-HR3.4153872699,2%245,5%
2414Kia Niro3.323483575,4%219,9%
2524Peugeot 30083.319325294,2%45,1%
2621Toyota RAV43.192373-7,9%-8,6%
2729Mercedes C Class3.125271-4,1%2,7%
2830Audi A32.956267-22,5%-10,7%

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