Germany private sales June 2024: VW ID.3 triumphs
Best Selling Cars Blog » Germany
by Matt Gasnier
6d ago
The VW ID.3 is the favourite of German private customers in June. In June, 94,253 new cars were sold to German private customers, that’s a 31.7% ratio and +9.6% year-on-year improvement. The Private Sales Ratio (PSR) was 30.7% in June 2023. Halfway through the year, German private sales are up 4.7% to 469,453 and 31.9% PSR vs. 32.1% over H1 2023.  This month the VW ID.3 is the favourite of German private customers with over 5,000 sales and a PSR of 81%. This is a very encouraging sign for future overall sales. The ID.3 ranks #6 year-to-date. It distances the VW T-Roc (48.7% PSR) and the D ..read more
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Germany June 2024: Skoda up to #2, VW T-Roc #1, ID.3 #3 and MG 4 #12
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by Matt Gasnier
2w ago
The MG 4 misses out on a Top 10 finish by 322 sales. New car sales in Germany advance by a solid 6.1% year-on-year in June to 297,329 units, leading to a H1 2024 result up 5.3% to 1,471,641. Although positive, these scores remain below pre-pandemic June 2019 levels: -8.6% on the 325,231 sales for the month and -20.4% on the YTD volume of 1,849,000. Volkswagen (+14.2%) posts a very satisfying month which sees its market share climb to 20.4% vs. 19.7% so far this year. The performance of the month goes to Skoda (+51.9%) shooting up three spots on May to a record 2nd place, beating its previous h ..read more
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Germany May 2024: Negative market (-4.4%), Opel Astra at highest in over 7 years
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by Matt Gasnier
1M ago
The Opel Astra is up to #4 in Germany in May. The German new car market recedes slightly in May at -4.4% to 236,044 sales. The year-to-date tally remains in positive however at +5% to 1,172,725 units. Volkswagen (+8.7%) goes against the general negative trend with a solid uptick leading to a 20.2% share vs. 19.5% so far this year. The three following brands – the premium 3 – all lose significant ground year-on-year with double-digit drops: Mercedes is off -28.9%, BMW is at -32.5% and Audi at -17.7%. Skoda on the other hand improves 32.9% to 7.4% share in 5th place. Opel (+29.3%) and Seat ..read more
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Germany April 2024: VW Golf (+166%), Opel Astra (+193.7%) highlight market up 19.8%
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by Matt Gasnier
2M ago
The VW Golf hits its highest market share at home in almost four years. The German new car sales market is up a very robust 19.8% year-on-year in April to 243,102 units. However we remain -21.8% below the pre-pandemic volumes of April 2019 (310,715). The year-to-date tally is up 7.8% to 937,887. Volkswagen (+37.4%) manages a fantastic month and lands at 20.9% share vs. 19.3% so far this year. Mercedes (+7.5%) significantly trails the market but at 9.3% share it is above its YTD level of 9.1%. BMW (+25.3%) excels at #3, keeping a shy Audi (+4.7%) at bay. Toyota (+42.4%), Seat (+41.6%) and ..read more
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Germany March 2024: Mitsubishi (+225.4%), Citroen (+91.8%) shoot up, VW Golf distant leader
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by Matt Gasnier
3M ago
The Citroen C3/Aircross breaks into the German Top 10 in March. 263,368 new cars joined German roads in March, a disappointing -6.4% year-on-year drop. However the Q1 volume manages to stay in positive at +4.1% to 694,309 units. Volkswagen (-3.4%) fares better than the market albeit in negative to 18.3% share. Mercedes (-22.8%) follows in great difficulty ahead of a stable BMW (+0.6%). Audi (-37.9%) freefalls but climbs back up to #4 above Skoda (+1.8%). Seat (+32.4%) and Toyota (+30%) are the only additional gainers in the Top 10 and manage the largest upticks. Indeed Ford (-7.8%), Hyundai ..read more
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Germany February 2024: VW Golf (+32.6%), Passat (+54.9%), Opel Astra (+214.2%) shine in soft market
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by Matt Gasnier
4M ago
VW Passat sales are up 54.9% in February. Picture Martin Meiners. German new car sales edge up 5.4% year-on-year in February to 217,388 units. That’s the smallest lift among the Top 5 European markets. Year-to-date volumes are up 11.8% to 430,941. Note BEV sales drop -15.4% year-on-year to 27,479 and 12.6% share vs. 15.6% a year ago. This has a lot to do with Tesla falling -21.7% this month. Volkswagen (+2.1%) is weaker than its home market but still sells double the #2, Mercedes (-7.4%), in difficulty. BMW (+8.1%) is solid and swaps spots with Skoda (+15.3%). The latter remains #3 year-to-dat ..read more
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Germany Private Sales January 2024: Dacia Sandero tops market up 10.1%
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by Matt Gasnier
5M ago
The Dacia Sandero is the favourite of German private buyers in January. Private sales account for just 29.3% of total sales in Germany in January vs. 31.7% a year ago at 62,571 units. This is 10.1% year-on-year lift. This month the Dacia Sandero easily takes the lead of the PS model charts with almost 2,500 units. It ranked #8 in December and #5 over the Full Year 2023. The VW Golf manages a strong 2nd place despite a tiny PS ratio at 17.1%. The VW T-Roc (35.6% PS ratio) rounds out the podium aead of the Tesla Model Y (62.4 PS ratio) and Skoda Karoq (52%). The Mercedes GLA/EQA (64.2%), Skoda K ..read more
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Germany January 2024: Skoda scores first ever podium finish, Dacia #10, Opel Astra #5
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by Matt Gasnier
5M ago
The Skoda Octavia is on the German podium for the 2nd time ever. German new car sales shoot up 19.1% year-on-year in January to 213,553 units. Volkswagen (+12.1%) trails the market slightly but scores a solid 19.5% share vs. 18.2% over the Full Year 2023. Mercedes (-0.5%) is soft year-on-year but at 10% share it is well above its December level of 8.2%. Skoda (+21.3%) lands on the German podium for the very first time at #3, after ranking #4 in May 2021 and January 2023. It also breaks its share record at 7.8% with a previous best of 7.7% in January 2023, and delivers its highest mon ..read more
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Germany Private Sales Full Year 2023: Tesla Model Y and VW T-Roc top market off -1.7%
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by Matt Gasnier
6M ago
The Tesla Model Y is the favourite of private car buyers in Germany. Discover over 90 years worth of German Historical data here. Private sales account for 32.9% of the German market in 2023 at 935,876 units, compared to 35.9% and 951,837 (-1.7%). The Tesla Model Y leads the way with a 58.6% Private Sales Ratio (PSR), only 765 sales above the VW T-Roc at 38% PSR. The Mini lineup ends the year at #3 with 48.3% PSR, distancing the Mercedes GLC/EQC (56.2%) and Dacia Sandero (80.9%) at #5 vs. #34 in the general ranking. #3 overall, the VW Tiguan (25.5%) is down to #6 with private consumers. R ..read more
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Germany Full Year 2023: VW Golf resists T-Roc assault
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by Matt Gasnier
6M ago
The VW Golf manages to keep its pole position at home. Discover over 90 years worth of German Historical data here. New car sales in Germany are up 7.3% year-on-year in 2023 to 2,844,609 units. For context, this is still below the 2,917,678 units of pandemic-plagued 2020. Fleet sales account for 67.1% of the total volume at 1,908,733 units vs. 64.1% in 2022 while private sales are at 32.9% vs. 35.9%. Volkswagen (+7.9%) matches the market and climbs back above 500,000 annual sales with 18.2% share. The Top 4 brands are unchanged on 2022 with Mercedes (+13.7%), Audi (+15.7%) and BMW ..read more
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