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Netherlands March 2011: Polo, Twingo and Punto on podium

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Car sales in the Netherlands are up again, at +27% in March with 56,762 registrations. The VW Polo is the best selling car in the country for the 4th time in the last 6 months at 2,147 sales and 3.8% share. Just below are the Renault Twingo at 2,123 units (3.7%) and the Fiat Punto at 2,066 (3.6%).

The Peugeot 107 (2.9%), Ford Fiesta (2.7%) and Seat Ibiza (2.6%) follow. The Hyundai i10 is up 8 spots on February at #10, and the Citroen C3 is up 25 places at #20. Two new models break into the Top 40 for the first time: the Peugeot 508 is #35 with 446 sales and the Citroen DS3 is #37 with 434 units.

Full Top 100 Ranking Table below.

Netherlands March 2011:

Pos Model Mar % Feb 2011 % Pos 2010
1 VW Polo 2,147 3.8% 2 8,810 4.9% 1 1
2 Renault Twingo 2,123 3.7% 1 7,296 4.0% 2 13
3 Fiat Punto 2,066 3.6% 13 4,473 2.5% 6 17
4 Peugeot 107 1,655 2.9% 4 5,501 3.0% 3 2
5 Ford Fiesta 1,506 2.7% 6 4,313 2.4% 9 5
6 Seat Ibiza 1,494 2.6% 15 4,806 2.7% 4 15
7 Skoda Fabia 1,465 2.6% 5 3,903 2.2% 10 19
8 Opel Corsa 1,440 2.5% 3 4,470 2.5% 7 7
9 Fiat Panda 1,353 2.4% 9 3,787 2.1% 11 9
10 Hyundai i10 1,349 2.4% 18 2,796 1.5% 18 20
11 VW Golf 1,173 2.1% 11 4,622 2.6% 5 4
12 VW Passat 1,172 2.1% 16 3,134 1.7% 16 22
13 Opel Astra 1,164 2.1% 7 3,392 1.9% 12 12
14 Toyota Aygo 1,146 2.0% 8 4,392 2.4% 8 3
15 Ford Ka 1,069 1.9% 12 3,312 1.8% 13 8
16 Fiat 500 945 1.7% 20 2,596 1.4% 20 16
17 Suzuki Alto 902 1.6% 19 2,924 1.6% 17 10
18 Citroen C1 893 1.6% 10 3,165 1.8% 15 6
19 Ford Focus 875 1.5% 21 2,666 1.5% 19 18
20 Citroen C3 860 1.5% 45 1,681 0.9% 29 46
21 Renault Megane 780 1.4% 14 3,211 1.8% 14 11
22 Toyota Auris 690 1.2% 17 2,517 1.4% 21 43
23 Suzuki Swift 660 1.2% 22 2,038 1.1% 22 41
24 Hyundai ix20 659 1.2% 27 1,532 0.8% 33
25 Toyota Yaris 657 1.2% 29 1,920 1.1% 23 21
26 Renault Clio 629 1.1% 40 1,715 0.9% 28 25
27 Skoda Octavia 624 1.1% 23 1,854 1.0% 24 26
28 Hyundai ix35 573 1.0% 28 1,804 1.0% 26 32
29 Opel Meriva 558 1.0% 26 1,819 1.0% 25 34
30 Nissan Qashqai 542 1.0% 31 1,656 0.9% 30 28
31 Peugeot 3008 516 0.9% 34 1,505 0.8% 36 45
32 Chevrolet Spark 494 0.9% 85 1,512 0.8% 35 30
33 Audi A3 469 0.8% 48 1,110 0.6% 49 35
34 Audi A4 459 0.8% 47 1,341 0.7% 40 27
35 Peugeot 508 446 0.8% 54 795 0.4% 68
36 Kia Sportage 445 0.8% 25 1,785 1.0% 27 65
37 Citroen DS3 434 0.8% 134 650 0.4% 81
38 Toyota Prius 428 0.8% 32 1,424 0.8% 37 14
39 Opel Agila 423 0.7% 24 1,220 0.7% 45 39
40 Peugeot 207 423 0.7% 35 1,526 0.8% 34 23
41 Renault Scenic 407 0.7% 38 1,404 0.8% 38 24
42 Volvo V70 400 0.7% 41 1,364 0.8% 39 51
43 VW Touran 399 0.7% 36 1,332 0.7% 41 77
44 Mini 399 0.7% 50 1,235 0.7% 44 52
45 BMW 5-Series 388 0.7% 46 1,584 0.9% 31 40
46 Dacia Duster 387 0.7% 37 937 0.5% 57
47 Kia Venga 384 0.7% 49 1,199 0.7% 46 49
48 BMW 3-Series 377 0.7% 65 1,250 0.7% 42 33
49 Peugeot 5008 374 0.7% 30 1,551 0.9% 32 36
50 Hyundai i20 364 0.6% 69 876 0.5% 62 48
51 Nissan Micra 357 0.6% 96 503 0.3% 89
52 Mercedes B-Class 342 0.6% 61 795 0.4% 67
53 Honda Jazz 339 0.6% 59 639 0.4% 82
54 Skoda Superb 338 0.6% 57 926 0.5% 58
55 Peugeot 308 321 0.6% 42 1,169 0.6% 47 38
56 Seat Altea 317 0.6% 76 857 0.5% 64
57 Volvo V60 307 0.5% 53 876 0.5% 63
58 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 307 0.5% 56 971 0.5% 54
59 Kia Picanto 296 0.5% 33 1,236 0.7% 43 29
60 Peugeot 206+ 293 0.5% 81 897 0.5% 59
61 Nissan Juke 282 0.5% 43 1,023 0.6% 51
62 Mitsubishi Colt 281 0.5% 66 777 0.4% 70 50
63 Lexus CT 280 0.5% 308 0.2% 107
64 Ford C-Max 264 0.5% 67 708 0.4% 76
65 Audi A1 264 0.5% 70 1,137 0.6% 48
66 Opel Insignia 245 0.4% 39 1,084 0.6% 50 37
67 VW Tiguan 243 0.4% 73 956 0.5% 56 64
68 Volvo V50 241 0.4% 55 986 0.5% 52 42
69 BMW 1-Series 241 0.4% 74 798 0.4% 66
70 Citroen C4 Picasso 231 0.4% 51 882 0.5% 60
71 Nissan Pixo 230 0.4% 68 761 0.4% 72 31
72 Citroen C4 229 0.4% 44 793 0.4% 69
73 VW Golf Plus 228 0.4% 63 957 0.5% 55 57
74 Mazda2 221 0.4% 89 597 0.3% 86
75 Seat Leon 211 0.4% 83 615 0.3% 83
76 Dacia Sandero 209 0.4% 58 775 0.4% 71
77 Ford Mondeo 208 0.4% 72 659 0.4% 79 44
78 Hyundai i30 204 0.4% 62 748 0.4% 75
79 Audi A5 199 0.4% 86 604 0.3% 85
80 Mitsubishi ASX 198 0.3% 52 972 0.5% 53
81 Suzuki Splash 198 0.3% 84 700 0.4% 77
82 Toyota Avensis 191 0.3% 60 758 0.4% 73
83 Mercedes E-Class 188 0.3% 75 682 0.4% 78
84 Daihatsu Cuore 182 0.3% 102 428 0.2% 99
85 Nissan Note 181 0.3% 112 380 0.2% 103
86 Renault Laguna 179 0.3% 91 458 0.3% 95
87 Toyota Verso-S 173 0.3% 80 350 0.2% 106
88 Audi A6 173 0.3% 87 657 0.4% 80
89 Volvo XC60 168 0.3% 78 756 0.4% 74
90 Citroen C5 161 0.3% 90 610 0.3% 84
91 Kia Cee’d 156 0.3% 64 808 0.4% 65 47
92 Mercedes C-Class 151 0.3% 71 878 0.5% 61 58
93 Audi Q5 148 0.3% 99 456 0.3% 96
94 Opel Zafira 141 0.2% 77 459 0.3% 93
95 Honda Civic 139 0.2% 98 458 0.3% 94
96 Suzuki SX4 133 0.2% 95 440 0.2% 97
97 BMW X1 132 0.2% 100 514 0.3% 88
98 Renault Modus 129 0.2% 93 536 0.3% 87
99 Skoda Yeti 128 0.2% 105 497 0.3% 91
100 Mitsubishi Outlander 121 0.2% 103 482 0.3% 92

Source: www.raivereniging.nl

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  1. Sandeep
    April 21, 2011 at 4:01 am

    Hi Matgasnier, ik spreek gewoon nederlands maar bedankt voor het antwoorden

  2. DeBinder Dundett
    April 11, 2011 at 3:35 am

    I would go with the RAI data. The disparity could be cars sold and paid for but not yet delivered, as in the case of one of my cousins who bought a brand new 2011 BMW 3-series in mid-March, paid for it, but won’t receive delivery until April 11, 2011, if it happens to come in at that time.

  3. Sandeep
    April 9, 2011 at 7:57 pm

    go to Autoweek.nl verkoopcijfers you see very different numbers, for example here posted that Audi A5 sales 199 and there 194

    • April 10, 2011 at 3:13 am

      Hi Sandeep, indeed very different numbers: 5 units difference 🙂
      More than happy for you to go see my friends at autoweek.nl!
      The data I use here is official data from RAI Vereniging.

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