Thursday, 20 July 2017

Car Sales Hungary: 2012



This isn't the easiest market to get data for but I just found this. It is difficult to compare year to year as the source for me always changes and there are differences in numbers from one place to another. They are as accurate as possible.

Sales in the mid noughties were in much higher than now (200,000k plus one source shows that anyway) but things have levelled off now in the 55,000 area. Suzuki used to be the top brand for many years but fell away in 2010, had a horror '11 but came back in somewhat in '12. Opel took over the top of the list in 2012 from temporary caretaker Ford.

The first two columns show 2011 and 2012 ranking, the second column in from the right is increase or decrease, and the extreme right shows market share.

3 1
Opel 7,160 16% 12.7%
5 2
Skoda 5,340 7% 9.4%
1 3
Ford 5,196 -19% 9.2%
2 4
VW 4,546 -27% 8.0%
4 5
Renault 3,431 -34% 6.1%
11 6
Suzuki 3,300 107% 5.8%
7 7
Fiat 2,512 -13% 4.4%
10 8
Nissan 2,311 11% 4.1%
6 9
Toyota 2,213 -30% 3.9%
15 10
Dacia 2,159 79% 3.8%
14 11
Kia 1,798 48% 3.2%
13 12
Audi 1,636 25% 2.9%
8 13
Peugeot 1,524 -41% 2.7%
18 14
BMW 1,389 32% 2.5%
12 15
Hyundai 1,234 -8% 2.2%
9 16
Citroen 1,200 -48% 2.1%
19 17
Volvo 1,137 9% 2.0%
16 18
Mercedes 1,087 -2% 1.9%
17 19
Honda 1,065 -3% 1.9%
20 20
Chevrolet 896 -2% 1.6%
22 21
Mazda 486 -33%
21 22
Seat 446 -40%
23 23
Mitsubishi 169 -61%
29 24
MINI 126 103%
27 25
Lancia 112

25 26
Lexus 109 -4%
28 27
Subaru 100 30%
24 28
Alfa Romeo 87 -24%
32 29
Land Rover 84

33 30
Jeep 51




Others 3,623




Total 56,527 0%


Data source: Thanks to www.autopareri.com/forum.
Picture source: Thanks to www.netcarshow.com

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