it Was more than a year that the audi A6 was not so up in the ranking
car registrations in Sweden follow a way of a new record in 2016. In October, we kept the growth, this time in a modest 0.9 per cent with a total of 31.840 units. This way in the first 10 months of the year have already been sold 303.236 units, a magnificent 8.2% over the same period of the previous year.
L to transition the successful V70 to the new Volvo S90 is going on and the new model -along with its variant family V90 and the units in stock V70 – fail to add 1,500 units. This result implies a decrease of 51% compared with the previous year, staying in a more discrete fifth spot in the sales ranking.
A situation that is taking advantage of its great rival, the Volkswagen Golf. The compact German is once again the most popular model and there have now been four consecutive months, a milestone in this market. In addition, the Golf gets it despite the fact that their demand has fallen by 19% compared to October of 2015 due to the imminent arrival of their restyling.
The Volvo XC60 sits in the second place
Another model benefited while the S90 is based on the dealers is the Volvo XC60, which occupies the second place and improve your data a fantastic 42%, placing it ahead of Volvo S60. Among the surprises it is worth noting the performance of the Audi A6, the eighth in his best result of the year -until the moment, the best of 2016 was the 11th place in January-. This position not reached since June of 2015.
Between the manufacturers keeps the leadership of Volvo in home as could not be otherwise, but it is not surprising that it has receded slightly (-3%). Volkswagen still approaching (+9%) and Audi gives a big leap to the third position, three positions higher than in September.
The ranking of most cars sold in the Swedish market has been:
|Ranking||Model||Sales oct’16||Sales 2016 (jan-oct)||Ranking 2016 (jan-oct)|
|3||Volvo S60 / V60||1.756||12.141||4|
|5||Volvo V70 / S90 / V90||1.428||19.134||1|
Sales by brand
manufacturers have enrolled the following units:
|Ranking||Brand||Sales oct’16||Sales 2016 (jan-oct)||Ranking 2016 (jan-oct)|