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Spain January 2011: Seat Ibiza #1, Exeo in Top 20

The Spanish car market is struggling at -24% in January with 53,632 registrations. The Seat Ibiza regains its #1 spot at 4.4% whereas the Nissan Qashqai, although droping 1 spot at #2, continues to see its share progress at 3.8% this month. The Peugeot 207 is 3rd at 3%.

The Seat Exeo breaks into the Top 20 for the very first time in its own country at #17 with 767 sales and 1.4% share. The Nissan Juke gains 10 spots vs. December at #24 with 593 sales and 1.1% and the Peugeot 508 does its very first appearance on Best Selling Cars in 42nd position with 405 sales and 0.8%, a promising score.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table: click on ‘Read more’ below.

Seat Exeo

Spain January 2011:

Pos Model Jan % Dec 2010 % Pos
1 Seat Ibiza 2,337 4.4% 2 39,905 4.1% 1
2 Nissan Qashqai 2,037 3.8% 1 30,050 3.1% 2
3 Peugeot 207 1,614 3.0% 5 29,046 3.0% 4
4 Ford Fiesta 1,580 2.9% 8 24,600 2.5% 7
5 VW Golf 1,294 2.4% 12 25,743 2.6% 5
6 Peugeot 308 1,284 2.4% 4 24,329 2.5% 9
7 Renault Megane 1,255 2.3% 3 29,442 3.0% 3
8 Seat Leon 1,192 2.2% 10 25,177 2.6% 6
9 Opel Astra 1,122 2.1% 9 24,405 2.5% 8
10 Opel Corsa 1,109 2.1% 7 23,728 2.4% 10
11 Ford Focus 1,056 2.0% 18 21,612 2.2% 12
12 Citroen C4 982 1.8% 6 22,288 2.3% 11
13 Toyota Auris 952 1.8% 23 11,740 1.2% 25
14 Opel Insignia 855 1.6% 14 13,157 1.3% 22
15 Hyundai i30 831 1.5% 22 13,829 1.4% 20
16 VW Polo 783 1.5% 13 19,794 2.0% 14
17 Seat Exeo 767 1.4% 38 8,121 0.8% 35
18 Renault Clio 650 1.2% 16 19,738 2.0% 15
19 Citroen C3/Picasso 626 1.2% 11 19,875 2.0% 13
20 Dacia Duster 625 1.2% 21 5,824 0.6% 52
21 Seat Altea 624 1.2% 20 15,080 1.5% 18
22 Kia Cee’d 611 1.1% 35 7,736 0.8% 36
23 VW Passat 594 1.1% 40 17,820 1.8% 16
24 Nissan Juke 593 1.1% 34 1,755 0.2% 95
25 Citroen Xsara Picasso 581 1.1% 19 12,067 1.2% 24
26 BMW 1-Series 566 1.1% 32 11,505 1.2% 27
27 Mini 565 1.1% 15 8,716 0.9% 33
28 Citroen C4 Picasso 558 1.0% 25 13,401 1.4% 21
29 Audi A4 550 1.0% 39 11,348 1.2% 28
30 Audi A3 541 1.0% 33 13,928 1.4% 19
31 Mercedes C Class 522 1.0% 27 8,878 0.9% 32
32 Ford Kuga 509 0.9% 24 11,677 1.2% 26
33 Renault Scenic 499 0.9% 17 15,786 1.6% 17
34 Chevrolet Aveo 499 0.9% 37 9,239 0.9% 30
35 Ford C-Max 497 0.9% 29 5,486 0.6% 55
36 Mitsubishi ASX 495 0.9% 36 3,005 0.3% 79
37 Toyota Verso 442 0.8% 48 5,425 0.6% 56
38 BMW 3-Series 433 0.8% 42 6,906 0.7% 41
39 Citroen C5 424 0.8% 31 8,336 0.8% 34
40 Toyota RAV4 414 0.8% 64 5,822 0.6% 53
41 Kia Sportage 407 0.8% 30 2,566 0.3% 82
42 Peugeot 508 405 0.8% n/a
43 Toyota Yaris 385 0.7% 50 9,426 1.0% 29
44 Hyundai ix35 378 0.7% 44 3,584 0.4% 70
45 Toyota Prius 365 0.7% 59 4,684 0.5% 61
46 BMW X1 357 0.7% 43 6,178 0.6% 48
47 Audi Q5 356 0.7% 55 5,126 0.5% 58
48 Skoda Fabia 344 0.6% 26 9,173 0.9% 31
49 Peugeot 5008 344 0.6% 46 6,929 0.7% 40
50 Peugeot 407 339 0.6% 28 6,092 0.6% 50

Source: Autoindustria

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