FCA Germany 2014: Sales Results Insights

fiat ducatoGermany tops the European car market by countries with more than 3 million units, up a tiny 3%. Thanks to a strong private and car rentals and company demand, many car makers sell a big quantity of cars. This is particularly true for the local auto makers such as VW Group, which controls almost 40%, and was followed by far by Mercedes and BMW. Renault-Nissan managed to outsold Ford at its “home” market, but it was the small Japanese makers the ones to post the biggest gains year-on-year. Germans love the compact cars (with the Golf ranking first by far), but SUVs sales increased 15% mainly because of the large and small ones. FCA outperformed the market rising its registrations by 5% thanks to Jeep, which continued to grow despite it is still a very small player. The group’s share is still very low and its sales still depend a lot on the city-cars and the LCV.

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German Car Market by Segments

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Germany B-MPV

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Source: kba.de

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4 responses to “FCA Germany 2014: Sales Results Insights

  1. Hi Juan Felipe nice statistics very interesting sa usual. I noted not Alfa 4 C in the list i’m sure they sold at least 2/300 pcs…. Is it correct? Ciao thanks again Antonio

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