The most successful Austrian car year of ever in Autonet analysis: About the winners, losers and the new desire to save. If you look at the figures just released, could the car salesman actually rub the hands and importers on shiny balance sheets look: exactly 328.563 cars were last year in Austria newly approved as many as never before in our country. That some companies is still not a reason to celebrate, you can only read between the rows. Reason enough to take a closer look at the statistics and to track the trends. Winner vs. loser the biggest winners come strangely from the far East: Mitsubishi 42%, Hyundai just under 30%, Subaru 26% increased.
Europeans Opel could grow the most with around 16%, followed by BMW/mini with 14%. Honda (25%), Toyota (22%), Mazda (16%) and Ford (10%) submitted no profit from the good market situation. Even with the smaller party, there were a few notable Shifts: Saab collapsed by 56%, Chrysler Lancia 35% 40%. Porsche (+ 39%) and Cadillac (+ 113%) were among the winners of the little ones. For 33 years, the VW’s golf the undisputed number 1 in Austria. He carries a significant role in the success of Volkswagen with 20475 new registrations. The brand could sell 2010 55.041 vehicles in Austria and is thus a market share of 16.8 percent – more than twice as much as the next chasers.
His name is Opel and Opel it brought 2010 to 26.332 registrations, with a plus of 15.8 percentage among the winners on the Austrian car market. The Astra alone recorded an increase of 37.8 percent. Even better is the 2010 new Meriva however. 5411 new registrations, he moves on an increase of 61.3 percent. Renault won the third place in the brand ranking back again. The French post 21.743 registrations including the Romanian subsidiary Dacia.