Thursday, 20 July 2017

Car Sales Hong Kong: 2012


Whether these sales figures come under China I am unsure but it is fascinating to see them. There is a striking similarity to Singapore, with luxury brands doing disproportionately well. However, it must be difficult to own  a car in this crowded place, with parking expensive and even elusive.

Toyota's figure includes 324 taxis, which are cars so I included them. BMW is top in Singapore and knocking on the door here, but lost a little ground in 2012 to Toyota. Land Rover grew well as did Alfa Romeo, who in only two years have done very well. Ford went in 2010 and came back for 2012.

The first three columns show 2010 to 2012 ranking, the second column in from the right is increase or decrease, and the extreme right shows market share for the major brands.

1 1 1
Toyota 6,402 8% 18.4%
Over 60% Incr
2 2 2
BMW 5,541 6% 15.9%
4 Brands
3 3 3
Mercedes 4,937 2% 14.2%

4 4 4
VW 3,854 -1% 11.1%
Up To 60% Incr
6 5 5
Audi 2,450 -9% 7.0%
10 Brands
5 8 6
Honda 2,193 14% 6.3%

8 6 7
Lexus 2,124 -9% 6.1%
Decrease
7 7 8
Nissan 1,957 -3% 5.6%
13 Brands
11 9 9
MINI 924 3% 2.7%

10 11 10
Porsche 750 5% 2.2%
New
9 10 11
Mazda 494 -41% 1.4%
3 Brands
15 16 12
Land Rover 416 167% 1.2%

- 26 13
Alfa Romeo 326 624%


12 12 14
Volvo 278 -26%


19 22 15
Kia 277 156%


21 19 16
Hyundai 225 67%


16 21 17
Suzuki 187 41%


17 18 18
Ferrari 182 29%


31 17 19
Fiat 176 19%


14 15 20
Subaru 169 8%


23 - 21
Ford 153 New


26 13 22
smart 144 -33%


13 14 23
MItsubishi 140 -31%


20 20 24
Jaguar 95 -29%


- - 25
Renault 95 New


22 24 26
Bentley 86 -15%


18 23 27
Maserati 78 -23%


- - 28
Mclaren 54 New


24 25 29
Rolls Royce 41 -23%


25 27 30
Aston Mart 32 -6%






Other 42







Total 34,822 4%





Data Source: Thanks to
Hong Kong MTA

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