26 February 2017

UK Vehicle Sales - Brand / 2016


UK car sales are nearly 2.7 million units and by adding commercial vehicle (CVs) registrations of just over 437,000 one comes to a grand total in excess of  3.1 million. Cars sales were up 2.3% and CVs 1.3%. In 2015, CVs grew much faster.

Obviously adding CV sales benefits some brands and not others. Ford goes from 11.8% to 16.3%, GM Vauxhall from 9.3% to 10.7%, VW 7.7% /  9.4%, Mercedes 6.3% / 7.9% to give a few examples. New names appear such as DAF, Iveco, Scania and Isuzu.


15 16 Brand Sales % +/-

1 1 Ford 438,889 16.3% 0%

2 2 Vauxhall 288,865 10.7% -7%

3 3 VW 252,651 9.4% -5%

4 4 Mercedes 211,699 7.9% 13%

5 5 BMW 182,593 6.8% 9%

6 6 Audi 177,304 6.6% 6%

7 7 Nissan 168,259 6.2% 2%

8 8 Peugeot 133,039 4.9% -4%

10 9 Renault 110,944 4.1% 10%

9 10 Toyota 104,021 3.9% -4%

12 11 Hyundai 92,524 3.4% 5%

11 12 Citroën 90,786 3.4% -9%

14 13 Kia 89,364 3.3% 14%

15 14 Land Rover 83,468 3.1% 9%

16 15 Škoda 80,372 3.0% 8%

13 16 Fiat 75,534 2.8% -6%

17 17 MINI 68,984 2.6% 8%

18 18 Honda 59,106 2.2% 11%

19 19 Seat 47,456 1.8% 0%

21 20 Volvo 46,696 1.7% 8%

20 21 Mazda 46,609 1.7% 2%

22 22 Suzuki 38,167 1.4% 11%

25 23 Jaguar 34,822 1.3% 45%

23 24 Mitsubishi 26,892 1.0% -15%

24 25 Dacia 26,562 1.0% 1%

26 26 DS 15,898 0.6% -18%

30 27 Chrysler 14,090 0.5% 29%

27 28 Lexus 13,915 0.5% 5%

29 29 DAF 13,911 0.5% 21%

28 30 Porsche 13,097 0.5% 8%

31 31 smart 12,020 0.4% 42%

32 32 Iveco 8,305 0.3% 6%

34 33 Scania 7,468 0.3% 5%

33 34 Isuzu 7,015 0.3% -5%

35 35 Volvo Truck 5,732 0.2% 3%

36 36 Alfa Romeo 4,881 0.2% -4%

38 37 Ssangyong 4,736 0.2% 31%

41 38 MG 4,192 0.2% 33%

37 39 MAN 4,074 0.2% 5%

39 40 Subaru 3,612 0.1% 5%



Others 21,616 0.8%



Total 3,130,168
2%

Data source: SMMT
Text source: RayCee

1 comment:

  1. Hi Denial. Thanks for the thoughts. I make no money from this website as it is commercial free zone. I don't accept comments that appear to have any commercial aspect to them.

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