Estonia 2017. Auto sales up in double digit

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Estonian Cars Market
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Estonian Cars Market in the 2017 kept momentum with a double-digit performance, pulled ahead by a solid economic growth and high private consumption. Toyota confirmed the leadership in the market for the third year in a row, ahead of Skoda.

Estonian economic growth remained solid in Q3, albeit slowing from 5.7% year-on-year in Q2 to 4.2%. The moderation largely reflected an unfavorable base effect rather than an economic slowdown, as the main drivers of growth, private consumption and fixed investment, increased at a healthy pace. Q3’s expansion brings cumulative annual growth in the first three-quarters of the year to 4.8%, which marks the fastest pace of growth in years. The latest data is positive and suggests that economic activity will remain solid in the fourth quarter.

Estonian Automotive industry has been solid in the 2017. According to data released by the Estonian Road Administration (E.R.A.), the car passenger’s sales have been 25.672, up 11.8%.

At brand-wise, Toyota kept the leadership for the third year in a row with 3.735 units (+16.0%) with 14.5% of market share.

In second place Skoda with 3.295 units (+32.6%) ahead of Renault with 2.153 (+9.5%), Volkswagen with 2.065 (+9.0%), Kia with 1.575 (+28.7%), Hyundai with 1.285 (+156%), Honda with 1.213 (-21.3%) and Peugeot with .1.080 (+13.1%).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank 2017Ran DecBrandSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation DecShare 2017Share Dec
11Toyota3.73528016,0%17,2%14,5%13,8%
22Skoda3.29524532,6%21,3%12,8%12,1%
33Renault2.1532199,5%7,4%8,4%10,8%
44Volkswagen2.0651649,0%8,6%8,0%8,1%
55Kia1.57516028,7%70,2%6,1%7,9%
67Hyundai1.285101156,5%531,3%5,0%5,0%
76Honda1.213107-21,3%-25,7%4,7%5,3%
811Peugeot1.0805413,1%20,0%4,2%2,7%
99Dacia963923,3%37,3%3,8%4,5%
108Opel944937,0%24,0%3,7%4,6%
1113Subaru87949-14,7%69,0%3,4%2,4%
1212Citroen8755032,2%-7,4%3,4%2,5%
1310Nissan85257-24,3%-44,7%3,3%2,8%
1414Mazda6164638,7%17,9%2,4%2,3%
1515Ford56743-3,2%7,5%2,2%2,1%
1620Mercedes5131833,9%-21,7%2,0%0,9%
1716Audi48241-1,2%20,6%1,9%2,0%
1816BMW4274115,4%95,2%1,7%2,0%
1917Volvo369355,4%25,0%1,4%1,7%
2018Seat2142141,7%10,5%0,8%1,0%
2122Suzuki21212-0,9%0,0%0,8%0,6%
2221Land Rover19717-48,2%-51,4%0,8%0,8%
2318Lexus18021-6,3%31,3%0,7%1,0%
2324Porsche180865,1%0,0%0,7%0,4%
2423Mitsubishi17911-23,2%-35,3%0,7%0,5%
2519Chrysler178190,7%0,9%
2625Mini83522,1%0,0%0,3%0,2%
2726Fiat824-35,4%0,3%0,2%
2826Alfa Romeo674-18,3%-20,0%0,3%0,2%
2927Jaguar632162,5%0,2%0,1%
3029DS40--55,6%0,2%0,0%
3126Tesla354218,2%300,0%0,1%0,2%
3227Jeep312-77,4%-66,7%0,1%0,1%
3329SsangYong18-
3428Maserati101
35Infiniti5
3629Cadillac4-
37Bentley2
38Aston Martin1
3829Ferrari1-
3829Rolls-Royce1-
3829Lamborghini1-
Rank 2017Ran DecGroupSales 2017Sales DecVariation 2017Variation DecShare 2017Share Dec
11Volkswagen6.23947921,5%15,7%24,3%23,6%
22Renault-Nissan4.152379-2,4%-3,1%16,2%18,7%
33Toyota3.91530114,7%18,0%15,3%14,9%
44Hyundai-Kia2.86026165,8%137,3%11,1%12,9%
56PSA1.99510416,9%-1,0%7,8%5,1%
65Honda1.213107-21,3%-25,7%4,7%5,3%
77General Motors948935,3%19,2%3,7%4,6%
88Fuji Heavy Industries87949-14,7%69,0%3,4%2,4%
99Mazda6164638,7%17,9%2,4%2,3%
1010Ford56743-3,2%7,5%2,2%2,1%