Thursday, 27 July 2017

Car Sales Luxembourg: 2011


The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a small landlocked country of approximately 2,600 square kilometres (1,000 sq mi) and has the highest GDP per capita in the world. So they can afford to buy cars, but have little space to drive them around in.

VW took the lead from Renault in 2006 and has built a commanding lead since. Premium brands sell well here as expected with a high standard of living. Total sales were typical for the country, so the economy is sound.

1 VW 7,222 14.5%
2 Audi 4,642 9.3%
3 BMW 4,379 8.8%
4 Renault 3,940 7.9%
5 Peugeot 3,466 6.9%
6 Mercedes 3,101 6.2%
7 Citroen 2,994 6.0%
8 Ford 2,932 5.9%
9 Hyundai 2,223 4.5%
10 Opel 1,933 3.9%
11 Skoda 1,499 3.0%
12 Volvo 1,452 2.9%
13 Nissan 1,176 2.4%
14 Seat 1,069 2.1%
15 Fiat 1,019 2.0%
16 Toyota 855 1.7%
17 Alfa Romeo 793 1.6%
18 MINI 775 1.6%
19 Dacia 656 1.3%
20 Suzuki 471 0.9%
21 Porsche 396 0.8%
22 Land Rover 372 0.7%
23 Kia 322 0.6%
24 GM 294 0.6%
25 Chrysler 267 0.5%
26 Honda 258 0.5%
27 Mitsubishi 235 0.5%
28 Mazda 180 0.4%
29 Lancia 168 0.3%
30 smart 155 0.3%
Others 637 1.3%
Total 49,881 0.3% increase.

Good gains were had by Volvo (+44.9%), Nissan (+31.7%), MINI (+25%), Dacia (+30.7%) and land Rover (+31%). Sizable losses for Renault (-21.9%), Hyundai (-16.5%), Seat (-14.5%) Fiat (-15.6%), Honda (-31.6%) and Mazda (-47.8%).

A safe assumption: Business as usual for 2012.
For Luxembourg sales in 2010  click here

Data: statistiques.public.lu

Pics: Elite Rent-a-Car

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