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Algeria 10 months 2009: Symbol, Alto and Logan dominate

Renault Symbol

During the first 10 months of 2009, three passenger cars clocked in more than 10,000 sales in Algeria: the Renault Symbol at 16,258, the Suzuki Alto at 11,096 and the Dacia Logan at 10,598.

The Chevrolet Aveo Sedan, leader of the market a couple of years ago, is now #4 at 8,743, ahead of the Peugeot 207 and two Hyundai veterans: the Accent (6,098) and Atos (6,092). The best selling Chinese model is the FAW Xiali at #36 with 736 sales.

10 months 2009 Top 40: click on ‘Read more’ below.

FAW Xiali

Algeria 10 months 2009 Top 40:

Pos Model Jan-Oct’09
1 Renault Symbol 16,258
2 Suzuki Alto 11,096
3 Dacia Logan 10,598
4 Chevrolet Aveo Sedan 8,743
5 Peugeot 207 7,621
6 Hyundai Accent 6,098
7 Hyundai Atos 6,092
8 Renault Clio III 5,343
9 Chevrolet Spark 5,131
10 Kia Picanto 4,633
11 Renault Clio Campus 4,206
12 Chevrolet Aveo Hatch 3,550
13 Toyota Yaris Sedan 3,535
14 Peugeot 308 3,391
15 Dacia Sandero 3,314
16 Toyota Yaris 2,977
17 VW Golf 2,472
18 Peugeot 206 2,175
19 VW Polo 1,965
20 Kia Sportage 1,960
21 Renault Megane III 1,579
22 Toyota Corolla 1,579
23 Chevrolet Optra 1,549
24 Dacia Logan MCV 1,547
25 Hyundai i10 1,411
26 Chevrolet Captiva 1,210
27 Kia Sorento 1,145
28 Renault Megane II 1,092
29 VW Tiguan 1,031
30 Nissan Sunny 1,024
31 Hyundai Tucson 944
32 Fiat Punto 906
33 Peugeot 107 805
34 Seat Leon 784
35 Peugeot 206+ 746
36 FAW Xiali 736
37 Citroen C4 736
38 VW Passat 733
39 VW Jetta 681
40 Zotye Nomad 670

Note: Commercial vehicles (like the Toyota Hilux) are not accounted for in this ranking.

Source: es.autoblog.com

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