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Latvia March 2011: Golf #1, Renault Scenic & VW Caddy in Top5

VW Caddy

* See the Top 50 best selling models by clicking on ‘Read more’ below *

At 1,902 units over the first 3 months of 2011, new car sales in Latvia are up 132% on 2010 and 45% on 2009 but are still a far cry (-68%!) from the 5,934 registrations achieved in Q1 2008.

Stable on top, the VW Golf leads the way again and improves its market share over last year at 5.2% thanks to 98 sales. The Renault Megane takes the 2nd spot at 4.7% share, followed by the Ford Focus at 3.6%.

3 models deliver explosive growth to land in the Top 10 over the period: the Renault Scenic is up 50 spots to reach the 4th place with 64 sales and 3.4%, the VW Caddy gains 30 spots to #6 at 59 sales (3.1%) and the Suzuki SX4 grows by 53 spots to #8 at 54 units (2.8%). Notice the Lexus RX at #17, the Nissan Juke at #18 and BMW X6 at #19.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Latvia 3 months 2011:

Pos Model 3m 2011 % 2010 % Pos
1 VW Golf 98 5.2% 238 4.8% 1
2 Renault Megane 90 4.7% 113 2.3% 9
3 Ford Focus 69 3.6% 124 2.5% 7
4 Renault Scenic 64 3.4% 24 0.5% 54
5 VW Caddy 59 3.1% 37 0.7% 35
6 Toyota RAV4 57 3.0% 146 2.9% 5
7 Opel Astra 56 2.9% 105 2.1% 10
8 Suzuki SX4 54 2.8% 20 0.4% 61
9 Toyota Land Cruiser 49 2.6% 164 3.3% 4
10 VW Passat 47 2.5% 85 1.7% 15
11 Skoda Octavia 46 2.4% 146 2.9% 6
12 Toyota Avensis 41 2.2% 176 3.5% 3
13 Peugeot 3008 40 2.1% 49 1.0% 29
14 Nissan Qashqai 37 1.9% 80 1.6% 17
15 Mitsubishi Outlander 32 1.7% 84 1.7% 16
16 Hyundai i30 31 1.6% 122 2.5% 8
17 Lexus RX 31 1.6% 73 1.5% 20
18 Nissan Juke 31 1.6% 26 0.5% 52
19 Skoda Yeti 30 1.6% 76 1.5% 18
20 Toyota Auris 26 1.4% 73 1.5% 19
21 Opel Insignia 25 1.3% 29 0.6% 43
22 Subaru Legacy 24 1.3% 103 2.1% 11
23 Renault Trafic 24 1.3% 29 0.6% 42
24 Volvo XC60 23 1.2% 43 0.9% 31
25 Hyundai ix35 22 1.2% 43 0.9% 32
26 Citroen C4 21 1.1% 6 0.1%  –
27 VW Polo 19 1.0% 97 1.9% 12
28 BMW X6 19 1.0% 38 0.8% 37
29 Honda CR-V 17 0.9% 59 1.2% 23
30 Hyundai i20 17 0.9% 17 0.3% 66
31 Mercedes Sprinter 16 0.8% 16 0.3% 67
32 Toyota Corolla 15 0.8% 92 1.8% 13
33 Ford Fiesta 15 0.8% 20 0.4% 62
34 Kia Cee’d 14 0.7% 67 1.3% 21
35 Skoda Fabia 14 0.7% 60 1.2% 22
36 Volvo XC70 14 0.7% 18 0.4% 65
37 BMW 3 Series 14 0.7% 16 0.3% 68
38 Mitsubishi Pajero 14 0.7% 16 0.3% 69
39 Peugeot 308 14 0.7% 16 0.3% 70
40 Honda Civic 13 0.7% 29 0.6% 44
41 Toyota Verso 12 0.6% 86 1.7% 14
42 Mitsubishi Lancer 12 0.6% 50 1.0% 27
43 Fiat 500 12 0.6% 5 0.1%  –
44 VW Tiguan 11 0.6% 29 0.6% 46
45 Kia Sportage 11 0.6% 21 0.4% 58
46 Dacia Duster 11 0.6% 20 0.4% 63
47 VW Touran 11 0.6% 14 0.3% 74
48 VW Sharan 11 0.6% 10 0.2% 81
49 Opel Meriva 11 0.6% 6 0.1%  –
50 Suzuki Jimny 11 0.6% 1 0.0%  –

Source: www.lpaa.lv

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