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Italy February 2011: Alfa Giulietta confirms Top 10 spot

Alfa Romeo Giulietta

The Italian car market struggles in February at -21% with 161,147 registrations. Fiat monopolises the podium this month, with the Fiat Punto #1 at 6.7%, the Fiat Panda #2 at 5.8% and the Fiat 500 #3 at 3.8%. The Ford Fiesta and VW Golf follow.

Excellent hold of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta, which confirms last month’s 6th spot wasn’t a fluke: it is #8 in February with 3,701 sales and 2.3%, well above its sisters the Fiat Bravo (#12) and Lancia Delta (#25). Notice the Opel Astra back in the Top 10 (#9) and the Ford C-Max at #16 (1.6%).

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Italy February 2011:

Pos Model Feb % Jan 2011 % Pos 2010
1 Fiat Punto 10,762 6.7% 1 23,963 7.3% 1 1
2 Fiat Panda 9,418 5.8% 2 19,464 6.0% 2 2
3 Fiat 500 6,183 3.8% 5 11,580 3.5% 4 4
4 Ford Fiesta 5,524 3.4% 3 12,485 3.8% 3 3
5 VW Golf 4,572 2.8% 4 10,386 3.2% 5 5
6 Lancia Ypsilon 4,089 2.5% 7 8,072 2.5% 6 9
7 Opel Corsa 3,824 2.4% 9 7,285 2.2% 8 6
8 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 3,701 2.3% 6 7,756 2.4% 7 34
9 Opel Astra 3,363 2.1% 24 5,124 1.6% 16 15
10 VW Polo 3,328 2.1% 8 7,115 2.2% 9 7
11 Toyota Yaris 2,953 1.8% 12 5,822 1.8% 12 11
12 Fiat Bravo 2,902 1.8% 18 5,214 1.6% 15 18
13 Ford Focus 2,780 1.7% 14 5,237 1.6% 14 13
14 Nissan Qashqai 2,706 1.7% 11 5,913 1.8% 11 12
15 Renault Clio 2,669 1.7% 13 5,512 1.7% 13 10
16 Ford C-Max 2,617 1.6% 15 5,024 1.5% 17 46
17 Citroen C3 2,573 1.6% 10 5,941 1.8% 10 8
18 Opel Meriva 2,483 1.5% 16 4,889 1.5% 18 26
19 Peugeot 207 2,209 1.4% 19 4,278 1.3% 19 14
20 Alfa Romeo Mi.To 2,114 1.3% 20 4,133 1.3% 21 17
21 Ford Ka 1,989 1.2% 31 3,451 1.1% 23 27
22 Mini (e) 1,950 1.2% 23 3,750 1.1% 22 23
23 Smart Fortwo 1,929 1.2% 17 4,238 1.3% 20 16
24 Lancia Musa 1,669 1.0% 29 3,145 1.0% 26 19
25 Lancia Delta 1,515 0.9% 27 3,074 0.9% 27 29
26 Peugeot 206 (e) 1,500 0.9% 28 3,000 0.9% 29 24
27 Toyota Aygo 1,499 0.9% 26 3,074 0.9% 28 35
28 Nissan Juke 1,493 0.9% 22 3,423 1.0% 24
29 Audi A4 1,345 0.8% 25 2,942 0.9% 30 22
30 Chevrolet Spark 1,336 0.8% 34 2,715 0.8% 32 38
31 Renault Megane 1,303 0.8% 30 2,775 0.8% 31 20
32 Dacia Sandero (e) 1,300 0.8% 35 2,600 0.8% 33 33
33 Dacia Duster 1,237 0.8% 21 3,195 1.0% 25
34 Mercedes Classe A 1,200 0.7% 37 2,429 0.7% 35 21
35 Audi A3 (e) 1,200 0.7% 38 2,400 0.7% 36 37
36 Citroen C4 Picasso 1,200 0.7% 48 2,183 0.7% 42 51
37 Toyota RAV4 1,174 0.7% 47 2,173 0.7% 43 52
38 Renault Scenic 1,157 0.7% 33 2,548 0.8% 34 25
39 Peugeot 308 (e) 1,120 0.7% 44 2,220 0.7% 41 40
40 BMW Serie 1 (e) 1,100 0.7% 41 2,250 0.7% 38 54
41 Ford Kuga 1,075 0.7% 42 2,223 0.7% 40 41
42 Opel Insignia 1,035 0.6% 39 2,230 0.7% 39 42
43 Renault Twingo 1,033 0.6% 46 2,042 0.6% 46 43
44 BMW Serie 3 1,012 0.6% 60 1,562 0.5% 57 36
45 Peugeot 5008 977 0.6% 53 1,794 0.5% 51
46 Hyundai i10 967 0.6% 50 1,906 0.6% 48 28
47 VW Passat 963 0.6% 57 1,580 0.5% 55
48 Mercedes Classe B 946 0.6% 55 1,704 0.5% 53 45
49 VW Tiguan 919 0.6% 40 2,076 0.6% 44 39
50 Hyundai ix35 893 0.6% 32 2,298 0.7% 37

Source: www.unrae.it

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  1. ausrutherford
    March 7, 2011 at 2:50 am

    What is your estimate for the Audi A1?

    • March 7, 2011 at 11:11 am

      Hey
      The Audi A1 has not appeared yet in any official italian ranking so very hard to estimate… I’d say around 850 units for February.
      Unrae publishes a Top 50 every quarter so hopefully we’ll have access to an official figure then. Should be up end of April.
      cheers
      Matt

  1. March 11, 2011 at 7:28 am

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