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Austria January 2011: VW Golf leads, Opel Meriva #4, Sharan #8 Now with Top 100 best selling models

Opel Meriva

The Austrian market starts the year up 22% at 25,584 registrations in January. No surprises on top: like in Germany and the general European ranking, the VW Golf leads (4.5%) followed by the VW Polo (2.9%), however with shares lower than in 2010.

The Skoda Fabia climbs back onto the podium with 617 sales and 2.4%, ahead of a very strong Opel Meriva, 4th with 588 sales (2.3%). The Opel Astra and Skoda Octavia are the only two other models above 2% share. Notice the VW Sharan still strong in 8th with 1.9%, the Ford Galaxy at #11 and the Seat Alhambra at #27.

Full January Top 100 Ranking Table below. **Many thanks to Ausrutherford for the source tip!**

Austria January 2011:

Pos Model Jan % Dec 2010 % Pos
1 VW Golf 1,159 4.5% 1 16,986 5.2% 1
2 VW Polo 745 2.9% 2 12,340 3.8% 2
3 Skoda Fabia 617 2.4% 9 7,225 2.2% 5
4 Opel Meriva 588 2.3% 6 5,445 1.7% 9
5 Opel Astra 535 2.1% 7 6,995 2.1% 6
6 Skoda Octavia 526 2.1% 17 6,007 1.8% 8
7 Audi A4 490 1.9% 4 6,610 2.0% 7
8 VW Sharan 482 1.9% 3 3,641 1.1% 23
9 Seat Ibiza 462 1.8% 23 7,541 2.3% 4
10 Renault Megane 407 1.6% 27 3,736 1.1% 22
11 Ford Galaxy 404 1.6% 10 3,619 1.1% 24
12 Nissan Qashqai 402 1.6% 30 3,218 1.0% 29
13 Hyundai i30 399 1.6% 5 8,017 2.4% 3
14 Opel Corsa 388 1.5% 15 5,326 1.6% 10
15 Renault Scenic 378 1.5% 20 3,959 1.2% 19
16 Peugeot 207 361 1.4% 26 4,441 1.4% 16
17 VW Touran 347 1.4% 18 3,576 1.1% 26
18 VW Passat 345 1.3% 38 3,774 1.1% 20
19 Dacia Duster 328 1.3% 19 1,852 0.6%
20 VW Tiguan 327 1.3% 8 5,022 1.5% 11
21 BMW X1 319 1.2% 45 3,349 1.0% 27
22 Kia Cee’d 305 1.2% 25 4,577 1.4% 15
23 Fiat 500 295 1.2% 34 4,888 1.5% 13
24 Renault Clio 281 1.1% 21 3,614 1.1% 25
25 Mercedes C Klasse 278 1.1% 48
26 Hyundai ix35 258 1.0%
27 Seat Alhambra 248 1.0%
28 VW Golf Plus 243 0.9%
29 Audi A3 242 0.9%
30 VW Bus 239 0.9%
31 Ford Fiesta 231 0.9%
32 VW Caddy 231 0.9%
33 Ford C-Max 226 0.9%
34 BMW X3 225 0.9%
35 Citroen C4 Picasso 223 0.9%
36 BMW Serie 5 220 0.9%
37 Opel Insignia 215 0.8%
38 Hyundai i20 213 0.8%
39 Peugeot 3008 202 0.8%
40 Fiat Punto 200 0.8%
41 Kia Sportage 200 0.8%
42 Opel Zafira 200 0.8%
43 Fiat Panda 199 0.8%
44 Seat Leon 199 0.8%
45 Ford Focus 196 0.8%
46 Peugeot 308 196 0.8%
47 Skoda Superb 195 0.8%
48 Mazda6 192 0.8%
49 Hyundai ix20 192 0.8%
50 Citroen C3 178 0.7%
51 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 177 0.7%
52 Mini 176 0.7%
53 Mitsubishi ASX 172 0.7%
54 Mazda5 170 0.7%
55 Mercedes A Klasse 168 0.7%
56 Skoda Yeti 165 0.6%
57 Ford Kuga 163 0.6%
58 Mercedes E Klasse 162 0.6%
59 Peugeot 206+ 162 0.6%
60 Mazda2 161 0.6%
61 BMW Serie 1 156 0.6%
62 Volvo XC60 151 0.6%
63 Kia Venga 150 0.6%
64 Audi A1 147 0.6%
65 Suzuki Swift 141 0.6%
66 Toyota Auris 141 0.6%
67 Mazda3 140 0.5%
68 Suzuki SX4 137 0.5%
69 Audi Q5 136 0.5%
70 Peugeot 5008 135 0.5%
71 BMW Serie 3 134 0.5%
72 Hyundai i10 130 0.5%
73 Nissan Juke 129 0.5%
74 Seat Altea 122 0.5%
75 Ford S-Max 120 0.5%
76 Citroen C3 Picasso 115 0.4%
77 Toyota Rav4 112 0.4%
78 Mercedes B Klasse 110 0.4%
79 Toyota Verso 108 0.4%
80 Citroen C4 107 0.4%
81 Dacia Sandero 102 0.4%
82 Toyota Yaris 95 0.4%
83 Skoda Roomster 94 0.4%
84 VW Jetta 92 0.4%
85 Peugeot Partner 91 0.4%
86 Citroen Berlingo 86 0.3%
87 Mercedes GLK Klasse 84 0.3%
88 Mitsubishi Colt 80 0.3%
89 Seat Exeo 80 0.3%
90 Chevrolet Aveo 79 0.3%
91 Renault Twingo 79 0.3%
92 Suzuki Grand Vitara 77 0.3%
93 BMW X5 71 0.3%
94 Ford Mondeo 71 0.3%
95 Citroen C5 69 0.3%
96 Smart Fortwo 67 0.3%
97 Dacia Logan 67 0.3%
98 Volvo V50 67 0.3%
99 Opel Agila 65 0.3%
100 Audi A6 61 0.2%

Source: www.automotive.co.at

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  1. February 23, 2011 at 1:04 am

    Dont believe so, it replaces itself every month.

  2. February 22, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    This is a better source for Austria:

    http://www.automotive.co.at/ireds-20313.html

    • February 22, 2011 at 3:32 pm

      Wow this is great thanks very much for the tip!!
      Matt

    • February 22, 2011 at 7:38 pm

      Hey Ausrutherford,

      Is there a way to access historical data on that site?
      thanks
      Matt

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