Saturday, 15 July 2017

Car Sales By Brand Belgium: 1975



Looking over the data below form 1975, then comparing the 2012 list of brands to the right highlights the changes over that time. Ford and GM have slipped down the rankings, as have Japanese makes apart from Nissan. Simca, BLMC, DAF, Chrysler UK and Autobianchi are no more with Lada selling just 26 cars in 2012. Land Rover and MINI are what is left of BL.

Both VW and the PSA makes have done well in this time, as have the three German premium brands, the latter reflective of increased wealth. Two brands from Korea are now making a mark in Europe and Chevrolet is new. Things are always changing.

1Ford37,921-1%10.6%
VW
2Renault33,092-4%9.2%
Renault
3Opel/Vauxhall29,712-12%8.3%
Peugeot
4Toyota29,09613%8.1%
Citroen
5Citroen27,083-10%7.6%
Opel
6Fiat25,2685%7.1%
Audi
7Peugeot24,3895%6.8%
BMW
8Simca23,275-15%6.5%
Ford
9VW/Porsche21,990-25%6.1%
Mercedes
10Nissan13,51632%3.8%
Nissan
11BLMC12,92125%3.6%
Skoda
12Mazda12,21082%3.4%
Toyota
13Mercedes9,3220%2.6%
Volvo
14BMW8,09547%2.3%
Hyundai
15Audi7,908  ?2.2%
Fiat
16Lada7,735  ?2.2%
Dacia
17DAF5,998-28%1.7%
Kia
18Volvo5,759-23%1.6%
Seat
19Alfa Romeo5,27960%1.5%
MINI
20Chrysler UK2,544  ?0.7%
Chevrolet
21Honda2,421  ?0.7%
Suzuki
22Mitsubishi2,262  ?0.6%
Land Rover
23Autobianchi1,206  ?0.3%
Alfa Romeo

Others8,895
    2.5%


Total357,897 8%



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