Tag: worldwide

By on January 19, 2012

General Motors reclaimed the worldwide sales crown in 2011, as sales growth and a crippled Toyota helped the General climb back to the top.  (Read More…)

By on March 22, 2011

The international auto manufacturers association OICA finally got around to publishing its 2010 production statistics by country. Officially still provisional, but don’t expect material change. Publication of the all important by manufacturer part will probably take well into summer, but you, esteemed TTAC reader, are well ahead of the game.

Before we delve into the numbers, some kudos: (Read More…)

By on January 6, 2011

New car sales around the world are mostly rebounding – except in the markets where they had been artificially stimulated last year. This list will be continuously updated as new data becomes available. (Read More…)

By on January 6, 2010

At the car wash. Picture courtesy carsuk.net

Here are some full year 2009 new car sales data as they have become available. Along with the source. Caution: Data as reliable as the source.

U.S.A.: down 21.2 percent – 10.4 million units
China: up 45 percent – 13.6 million units
Japan: down 9.3 percent – 4.6 million units
Australia: down 7.4 per cent– 937,328 units
Canada: down 10.7 percent – 1.46 million units i
India: up 18.7 percent– 1.43 million units
Brazil: up 11.35 percent – 3.14 million units
Turkey: up 12.77 percent – 557,126 units
Taiwan: up 28.3 percent – 294,423 units
Philippines: up 6.4 percent – 132,444 units
Russia: down 49 percent – 1,465,917 units

Austria: up 8.8 percent – 319,403 units
Belgium
: down 11.1 percent – 476,194 units
Denmark
: down 25.3 percent – 112,271 units
Finland
: down 35.2 percent – 90,574 units
France
: up 10.7 percent – 2,268,671 units
Germany
: up 23.2 percent – 3,807,175 units
Greece
: down 17.5 percent – 220,548 units
Ireland
: down 62.1 percent – 57,460 units
Italy
: down 0.2 percent – 2,158,010 units
Luxembourg
: down 9.7 percent – 47,265 units
Netherlands
: down 22.5 percent – 387,679 units
Portugal
: down 24.6 percent -160,996 units
Spain
: down 17.9 percent – 952,772 units
Sweden
: down 16.0 percent – 213,408 units
United Kingdom
: down 6.4 percent – 1,994,999 units
Iceland
: down 77.6 percent – 2,020 units
Norway
: down 10.8 percent – 98,675 units
Switzerland
: down 8.2 percent – 264,798 units
Bulgaria
: down 49.3 percent – 22,869 units
Czech Republic
: up 12.5 percent – 161,659 units
Estonia
: down 66.2 percent – 8,234 units
Hungary
: down 50.4 percent – 78,590 units
Latvia
: down 80.5 percent – 3,745 units
Lithuania
: down 67.4 percent – 7,003 units
Poland
: up 0.1 percent – 320,119 units
Romania
: down 59.4 percent – 115,979 units
Slovakia
: up 6.7 percent – 74,717 units
Slovenia
: down 18.7 percent – 55,712 units

European Union (EU15): up 0.9 percent – 13,267,425 units
EFTA
: down 10.5 percent – 365,493 units
EU15+EFTA
: up 0.5 percent – 13,632,918 units
EU (New Members):
down 26.6 percent – 848,627 units
European Union
: down 1.3 percent – 14,116,052 units
Total Europe (EU+EFTA):
down 1.6 percent – 14,481,545 units

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