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Spain March 2011: Seat Ibiza leads, Leon #5

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The Spanish car market is still not feeling too good, down 29% in March at 88,396 units. The year-to-date figure stands at 208,151 registrations, down 27% on 2010.

The Seat Ibiza leads the way for the third month in a row, albeit with a slightly lower 3.6% share. The 3 following models stand within 52 sales: the Renault Megane, up 4 spots at 2,762 units, Ford Fiesta, up 7 spots at 2,725 and the Nissan Qashqai, stable at 2,710.

Excellent month for the Seat Leon in 5th position with 2,645 sales and a 3% share. Other great performers include the Audi A3 at #13, the Seat Exeo at #21, the new gen Nissan Micra at #30, and the Peugeot 508, up 33 spots at #40 with 647 sales and 0.7% share.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Spain March 2011:

Pos Model Mar % Feb 2011 % Pos 2010
1 Seat Ibiza 3,156 3.6% 1 8,032 3.9% 1 1
2 Renault Megane 2,762 3.1% 6 5,746 2.8% 3 3
3 Ford Fiesta 2,725 3.1% 10 5,740 2.8% 4 7
4 Nissan Qashqai 2,710 3.1% 4 6,892 3.3% 2 2
5 Seat Leon 2,645 3.0% 8 5,389 2.6% 6 6
6 Opel Corsa 2,583 2.9% 11 5,086 2.4% 11 10
7 Opel Astra 2,499 2.8% 7 5,346 2.6% 8 8
8 VW Golf 2,455 2.8% 5 5,642 2.7% 5 5
9 Peugeot 207 2,412 2.7% 15 5,107 2.5% 10 4
10 VW Polo 2,187 2.5% 3 5,136 2.5% 9 14
11 Ford Focus 2,064 2.3% 2 5,353 2.6% 7 12
12 Peugeot 308 1,844 2.1% 12 4,478 2.2% 12 9
13 Audi A3 1,654 1.9% 23 3,015 1.4% 17 19
14 Citroen C3 1,505 1.7% 16 3,182 1.5% 14 13
15 Citroen C4 1,480 1.7% 9 3,906 1.9% 13 11
16 Renault Clio 1,379 1.6% 17 3,035 1.5% 16 15
17 Citroen C4 Picasso 1,269 1.4% 18 2,826 1.4% 20 21
18 Renault Scenic 1,242 1.4% 31 2,378 1.1% 24 17
19 Opel Insignia 1,229 1.4% 19 3,067 1.5% 15 22
20 BMW 1-Series 1,224 1.4% 13 2,918 1.4% 19 27
21 Seat Exeo 1,047 1.2% 37 2,388 1.1% 23 35
22 Toyota Auris 1,022 1.2% 21 2,940 1.4% 18 25
23 Hyundai i30 1,005 1.1% 28 2,536 1.2% 21 20
24 Seat Altea 1,005 1.1% 27 2,404 1.2% 22 18
25 Skoda Fabia 984 1.1% 22 2,218 1.1% 29 31
26 Audi A4 982 1.1% 24 2,350 1.1% 26 28
27 VW Passat 960 1.1% 25 2,349 1.1% 27 16
28 Mini 955 1.1% 26 2,304 1.1% 28 33
29 Ford C-Max 881 1.0% 20 2,356 1.1% 25 55
30 Nissan Micra 757 0.9% 65 1,206 0.6% 56 63
31 Nissan Juke 750 0.8% 33 1,946 0.9% 31 95
32 BMW 3-Series 750 0.8% 53 1,578 0.8% 38 41
33 Ford Kuga 745 0.8% 39 1,775 0.9% 35 26
34 Hyundai ix35 742 0.8% 34 1,715 0.8% 37 70
35 Chevrolet Aveo 711 0.8% 36 1,788 0.9% 34 30
36 Fiat Panda 673 0.8% 50 1,285 0.6% 52 39
37 Dacia Duster 663 0.8% 38 1,829 0.9% 33 52
38 Mercedes C Class 660 0.7% 62 1,502 0.7% 42 32
39 Toyota Verso 659 0.7% 43 1,558 0.7% 40 56
40 Peugeot 508 647 0.7% 73 1,286 0.6% 51
41 Citroen Xsara Picasso 626 0.7% 30 1,877 0.9% 32 24
42 Citroen C5 622 0.7% 29 1,721 0.8% 36 34
43 Citroen C3 Picasso 621 0.7% 57 1,300 0.6% 48
44 VW Touran 618 0.7% 41 1,321 0.6% 47 49
45 Opel Meriva 607 0.7% 49 1,337 0.6% 45 72
46 Kia Cee’d 594 0.7% 56 1,578 0.8% 39 36
47 Fiat Punto 587 0.7% 14 1,974 0.9% 30 37
48 Mitsubishi ASX 566 0.6% 42 1,524 0.7% 41 79
49 Kia Sportage 565 0.6% 45 1,411 0.7% 44 82
50 Toyota Yaris 561 0.6% 40 1,429 0.7% 43 29

Source: www.autoindustria.com, es.autoblog.com

Picture: www.autowp.ru

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