Spain bids farewell to 2015 with 1.034.232 cars sold and the SEAT Leon as a leader

SEAT León

The SEAT Leon has been the best-selling model in 2015

1.034.232 cars are the ones that have enrolled in the Spanish market during the year 2015. The automotive market will be regaining normalcy and get the best figure since the year 2008, the last time it exceeded the million units. With regard to 2014, this year’s improved figures in anything less than a for 20.9%, being one of the european markets that is growing most vigorously. The various aid plans such as the PIVE have been important factors to achieve these figures. However, the park mobile Spain continues to age and is of average to 11.6 years, because a decade ago the sales volumes were higher to the current.

Slightly over half of the registrations have been for private clients, with 574.575 units have grown by 18.8 per cent with regard to 2014. The rise most notable has been 30.9% (283.096 units) of the channel business, while the alquiladoras have also picked up in 13.7% with 176.561 vehicles registered.

SEAT Ibiza

The SEAT Ibiza is positioned second in the ranking of models

The Spanish market continues to be very fond of the mechanical diesel, as evidenced by a market share of 62.9 per cent, although the petrol (35,1%) and the hybrid and electric (2%) have gained some ground in recent years. 2015 has been positive for all the autonomous communities, especially to Madrid (322.777 units) and Catalonia (162.431 enrollment). Ceuta and Melilla with 2.080 cars and The Rioja with 4.834 are the territories with the lowest number of cars sold. In Aragon, however, where most have grown in enrollment with respect to 2015, with a 28% increase.

Volkswagen is, once again, the brand leader in the Spanish market, despite having lost some ground since uncovered the scandal dieselgate. More than 11,000 units of distance away is the sister-group SEAT, followed closely by Renault and Opel. Dacia, as a brand of low-cost, is the tenth strongest in terms of sales in Spain in 2015. By models SEAT Leon and Ibiza are leading with a clear advantage over the model like the Golf, the Sandero or the Pole, they move in similar figures.

Top 10 brands in 2015:

  • Volkswagen: 88.300
  • SEAT: 77.529
  • Renault: 77.087
  • Opel: 76.470
  • Peugeot: 76.314
  • Ford: 64.327
  • Citroën: 58.855
  • Nissan: 55.313
  • Toyota: 49.120
  • Dacia: 45.241

Top 10 models by 2015:

  • SEAT Leon: 34.705
  • SEAT Ibiza: 31.376
  • Volkswagen Golf: 25.661
  • Dacia Sandero: 25.339
  • Volkswagen Polo: 25.127
  • Nissan Qashqai: 23.832
  • Renault Clio: 23.019
  • Opel Astra: 20.748
  • Opel Corsa: 20.708
  • Peugeot 308: 20.526

Source -Aniacam