Volvo cars improving market share in the sluggish Euro auto marketTuesday, 18 October 2011
Volvo car sales in Europe have increased this year giving it an improving market share in Europe. This comes at a time when car sales overall have taken some knocks this year than last year.
In September, Volvo Cars sold 24,885 cars in Europe compared with 20,441 the same month last year. This represents an increase of 21.7 percent. During the period, they increased their market share by 0.4 percentage points, from 1.6 percent to 2 percent, according to recent statistics from the European automobile industry association ACEA.
AdvertisementVolkswagen sells the best, and since September last year it has picked further market share, car brand and has gone from 11.1 percent to 12.3.
Otherwise, some of the other big brands, such as Peugeot and Renault backed. In total sales of cars in Europe, to be counted as both the EU and EFTA countries are somewhat more modest. As a percentage, this is an increase of 1.1 percent.
Looking at periods of January – September this year and compares with the corresponding period last year, total sales declined by 0.8 percent, collapsing in particular, in Greece and Portugal. Saab reports nothing as the have nothing to report.
By Scancomark.se Team
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