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Denmark 2009: Toyota Avensis and Aygo lead the pack

Toyota Avensis

The Danish car market is operating at a much lower level than usual this year at 112,346 registrations. Toyota holds the first two spots: the new gen Toyota Avensis is the best selling car in the country for the second time in 4 years at 3,265 sales, and the Toyota Aygo is #2 like in 2008 just 40 sales below. Both cars hold 2.9% of the market.

The new Ford Fiesta lands on the podium in 3rd with 3,016 sales (2.7%), ahead of the Peugeot 207 at 2,947 units (2.6%). All other models are below 2.5% market share, making Denmark one of the most fragmented car markets in the world.

Remarkably, the ‘Kolin sisters’ are all within the Top 6 with the Citroen C1 #5 and the Peugeot 107 #6, and add up to no less than 8,500 sales or 7.6% of the Danish car market!¬†Notice the Suzuki Alto at #8, the Opel Insignia at #9, the Suzuki Splash at #15 and the Hyundai i20 at #19.

Full Top 20 Ranking Table: click on ‘Read more’ below the Suzuki Splash pic.

Suzuki Splash

Denmark Full Year 2009:

Pos Model 2009 %
1 Toyota Avensis 3,265 2.9%
2 Toyota Aygo 3,225 2.9%
3 Ford Fiesta 3,016 2.7%
4 Peugeot 207 2,947 2.6%
5 Citroen C1 2,719 2.4%
6 Peugeot 107 2,555 2.3%
7 Suzuki Alto 2,544 2.3%
8 Opel Insignia 2,434 2.2%
9 Skoda Fabia 2,397 2.1%
10 Ford Mondeo 2,297 2.0%
11 VW Golf 2,264 2.0%
12 Peugeot 308 2,161 1.9%
13 Opel Corsa 2,093 1.9%
14 Honda Accord 2,087 1.9%
15 Suzuki Splash 1,973 1.8%
16 Mazda2 1,962 1.7%
17 Ford Focus 1,832 1.6%
18 Hyundai i30 1,796 1.6%
19 Hyundai i20 1,792 1.6%
20 Peugeot 206 1,779 1.6%

Source: www.bilimp.dk

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