Serbia 2016. Sales at best out of last five yearss

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Serbia Vehicles Market in 2016
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Serbia Auto Sales 2016 up double-digit keeping the recovery after the 2009 shortfall. Fiat led ahead of Skoda and Volkswagen thanks to the high demand on the local made 500L.

Market Outlook

In December, delegates from the IMF successfully completed the latest review of the Serbian economy, highlighting the significant progress made with fiscal consolidation during 2016. FocusEconomics panelists project that GDP will expand 2.8% in 2017, which is up 0.2 percentage points from last month’s estimate.

The domestic vehicles market in 2016 posted for the second consecutive year a double digit increase, scoring 25.334 registrations (+16.9%). It was the best sales level since 2012, however this performance is still far from the all time record with over 44.000 units established in 2008.

The vehicles passengers in December had been 2.467 (+19.5%).

Competitive Arena

Fiat was the leader of the year with 4.336 units (+17.9%) ahead of Skoda with 3.761 (+0.3%) and Volkswagen with 2.188 (+13.9%). Among the greatest increases were reported for Peugeot, Renault, Opel, Citroen, Dacia and Nissan, while Seat and Hyundai boomed surging 392.0% and 200.9%.

Mitsubishi fell down losing 18.8%, followed by Kia, Mazda and Jeep.

Assembled locally in the Kragujevac Fiat factory, the Fiat 500L kept the leadership for the second consecutive year with 1.709 sales (+0.6%) ahead of the Skoda Octavia with 1.219 (+8.0%) and the Opel Astra with 883 (+54.9%).

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 DecRank 2016BRANDSales DecemberSales 2016 FYVariation DecemberVariation 2016 FYShare DecemberShare 2016
21Fiat4104.3366,5%17,9%16,6%16,4%
12Skoda4393.76113,4%0,3%17,8%14,2%
73Volkswagen1302.18825,0%13,9%5,3%8,3%
54Renault1602.08288,2%65,2%6,5%7,9%
45Opel1911.89116,5%29,2%7,7%7,2%
66Dacia1531.68437,8%21,5%6,2%6,4%
37Ford2421.62338,3%6,6%9,8%6,1%
118Hyundai581.610-50,0%200,9%2,4%6,1%
99Toyota801.0939,6%5,0%3,2%4,1%
1110Kia58722-9,4%-18,8%2,4%2,7%
811Audi8268646,4%8,5%3,3%2,6%
1012Peugeot676349,8%65,5%2,7%2,4%
913Mercedes805823,2%2,2%
1214Citroen5354912,8%27,4%2,1%2,1%
1615BMW28463-39,1%14,3%1,1%1,8%
1316Nissan4845733,3%14,5%1,9%1,7%
1417Suzuki4042981,8%10,6%1,6%1,6%
1517Mazda31429-16,2%-14,4%1,3%1,6%
1818Honda1623577,8%1,7%0,6%0,9%
1719Jeep211995,0%-13,1%0,9%0,8%
1920Seat15123650,0%392,0%0,6%0,5%
2421Land Rover4116-82,6%-6,5%0,2%0,4%
2022Volvo13107116,7%42,7%0,5%0,4%
2123Porsche11103175,0%37,3%0,4%0,4%
2224Alfa Romeo108266,7%46,4%0,4%0,3%
2325Mitsubishi580-70,6%-28,6%0,2%0,3%
2526Mini353-25,0%-8,6%0,1%0,2%
2627Great Wall233100,0%-37,7%0,1%0,1%
2628Subaru227-33,3%8,0%0,1%0,1%
2629GAZ2230,1%0,1%
2030Jaguar13200,5%0,1%
2731Infiniti-14-100,0%27,3%0,0%0,1%
Rank DecRank 2016GROUPSales DecemberSales 2016 FYVariation DecemberVariation 2016 FYShare DecemberShare 2016 FY
11Volkswagen6776.86122,4%7,2%27,4%26,0%
22FCA4414.6177,3%16,5%17,9%17,5%
33Renault-Nissan3614.23754,9%38,1%14,6%16,0%
74Hyundai-Kia1162.332-35,6%63,8%4,7%8,8%
55General Motors1911.89116,5%29,2%7,7%7,2%
46Ford2421.62338,3%6,6%9,8%6,1%
67PSA1201.18311,1%45,3%4,9%4,5%
88Toyota801.0939,6%5,0%3,2%4,1%
89Mercedes Daimler805823,2%2,2%
1010BMW31516-38,0%11,4%1,3%2,0%
Rank DecRank 2016ModelSales DecemberSales 2016Variation DecemberVariation 2016
21Fiat 500L1861.709-17,0%-6,0%
142Skoda Octavia31.219-97,5%8,0%
53Opel Astra86883-26,5%54,9%
64Skoda Fabia81829-44,1%-30,6%
105Dacia Sandero46805-20,7%26,0%
36Ford Fiesta11972040,0%15,9%
47Skoda Superb8866579,6%29,9%
138Hyundai i3017617-15,0%210,1%
119Renault Clio32616-15,8%25,5%
1210Hyundai Tucson24612-40,0%316,3%
111Skoda Rapid188575241,8%-47,0%