The Spanish car market is slightly different than the German car. We analyzed the new registrations from the first half of 2018 and extracted the bestsellers from them. Seat models are at the top of the list, and in fourth place is a Dacia .
The Spanish market in Neuagen knows only one way – upwards. In the first six months of 2018, more cars were registered on the Iberian Peninsula than they had been a year ago . 737,670 cars received a license plate for the first time, which equates to a plus of 9.9 percent.
Like almost everywhere in Europe , the boom times of the diesel seem to be over. Of just under 50 percent market share in the first half of 2017, only 37 percent will be left after six months in 2018. Most new car buyers switch to gasoline. Here, the proportion rose from 49.8 to 62.4 percent. E-mobility is hardly in demand in Spain . 4,344 electric cars add up to 0.6 percent after 6 months.
Spain is Seat Country
The market leader in Spain is Seat with a share of 8.5 percent. The second force is VW with 8.1 percent ahead of Peugeot (7.4 percent), Renault (7.2 percent), Opel , (6.7 percent), Toyota (5.2 percent) and Nissan (4.6 percent). ).
The absolute bestseller in Spain in the first half of 2018 is the Seat Leon , which lies ahead of its brand brother Seat Ibiza . The winners’ podium is completed by the VW Polo. Already in fourth place is the Dacia Sandero, who can leave the VW Golf behind. The Top 10 are topped up by the Nissan Qashqai, the Renault Clio, the Fiat 500 family, the Renault Mégane and the Opel Corsa.
German Premium is ranked 34th with the Audi A3 for the first time. Directly behind are the X1 from BMW, the Audi A1 and the Merceds A-Class. In 45th place followed by the BMW 1 Series and 47th in the Audi Q3. Even in Spain , the new VW T-Roc is already in the top 50 to find. Here he is ranked 48th in the half year.