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Sweden March 2011: Volvo V70 back on track, 5 Swedes in Top 7

Volvo V70

At 29,527 sales, the Swedish car market is up another 15% this month. The Volvo V70 stays on top and see its share increase to 7.4% at 2,174 sales, and 6.6% over the first 3 months of the year. The Volvo V50 is #2 again, stable at 4.5%, ahead of the VW Golf (4.3%) and the VW Passat (4%), gaining one spot.

The Volvo V60 drops one step again at 2.9% share, down from 3.5% in February and 4.3% in January. It looks like the launch hype has passed for the third best selling Volvo station wagon. The Saab 9-3 is holding relatively well in 6th place, ahead of the Volvo XC60 in 7th, making it 5 Swedes in the Top 7.

Full Top 40 Ranking Table below.

Sweden March 2011:

Pos Model Mar % Feb 2011 % Pos 2010
1 Volvo V70 2,174 7.4% 1 4,606 6.6% 1 1
2 Volvo V50 1,329 4.5% 2 2,814 4.0% 3 4
3 VW Golf 1,260 4.3% 3 3,238 4.6% 2 2
4 VW Passat 1,189 4.0% 5 2,380 3.4% 5 3
5 Volvo V60 857 2.9% 4 2,406 3.4% 4 54
6 Saab 9-3 708 2.4% 6 1,601 2.3% 7 9
7 Volvo XC60 693 2.3% 8 1,638 2.3% 6 12
8 Audi A4 613 2.1% 7 1,595 2.3% 8 6
9 Kia Cee’d 568 1.9% 11 1,222 1.8% 12 5
10 Ford Focus 551 1.9% 14 1,283 1.8% 10 8
11 BMW 3-Serie 499 1.7% 29 1,104 1.6% 16 11
12 Nissan Qashqai 478 1.6% 13 1,147 1.6% 14 21
13 BMW 5-Serie 476 1.6% 9 1,408 2.0% 9 13
14 Renault Clio 470 1.6% 21 840 1.2% 20 10
15 Skoda Octavia 412 1.4% 12 1,010 1.4% 17 14
16 Skoda Fabia 392 1.3% 10 1,142 1.6% 15 19
17 Mercedes E Class 391 1.3% 26 724 1.0% 26 20
18 Renault Megane 388 1.3% 17 1,227 1.8% 11 7
19 Toyota Auris 385 1.3% 20 951 1.4% 18 18
20 Toyota Yaris 365 1.2% 22 811 1.2% 22 15
21 Mercedes C Class 354 1.2% 18 1,215 1.7% 13 27
22 Ford Fiesta 354 1.2% 25 783 1.1% 24 26
23 Toyota Avensis 352 1.2% 40 720 1.0% 27 16
24 Ford Mondeo 346 1.2% 28 785 1.1% 23 29
25 Hyundai i20 317 1.1% 38 573 0.8% 38 43
26 Peugeot 308 307 1.0% 53 661 0.9% 32 22
27 Audi A3 306 1.0% 33 597 0.9% 35 33
28 Opel Astra 296 1.0% 27 730 1.0% 25 24
29 VW Touran 292 1.0% 30 677 1.0% 30 61
30 Subaru Legacy 285 1.0% 19 837 1.2% 21 28
31 VW Polo 274 0.9% 34 710 1.0% 28 17
32 Audi A6 263 0.9% 24 707 1.0% 29 30
33 Hyundai i30 258 0.9% 41 583 0.8% 37 25
34 Citroen C4 258 0.9% 44 548 0.8% 39 60
35 Peugeot 207 250 0.8% 15 654 0.9% 33 32
36 Fiat Ducato 244 0.8% 66 355 0.5% 60 40
37 Toyota Aygo 243 0.8% 58 453 0.6% 46 31
38 Mercedes B Class 229 0.8% 60 414 0.6% 51 65
39 VW Tiguan 224 0.8% 35 675 1.0% 31 35
40 Volvo S60N 221 0.7% 16 916 1.3% 19 39

Source: www.bilsweden.se

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