May 21, 2022

Luxembourg April 2021: Citroen (+704.3%), BMW (+439.5%) shine in market back up 263%

Citroen sales are up 704.3% year-on-year in Luxembourg.

The Luxembourg new car market bounces back up 263% year-on-year in April to 4.327 units as April 2020 volumes were down -78.9% on the year prior due to the Covid-19 lockdown. The year-to-date tally is now up 28.1% to 16.783. Volkswagen (+232.5%) can’t match the market growth but easily holds onto the top spot of the brands ranking with 12.8% share, while BMW (+439.5%) brilliantly overtakes Mercedes (+353.2%) to rank #2 for the month. Audi (+215.2%) and Peugeot (+332.3%) remain in 4th and 5th place respectively. Citroen (+704.3%) is up to #8 with Hyundai (+322.9%) and Renault (+305.4%) also outpacing the market in the remainder of the Top 10. Mini (+628.6%), Nissan (+514.3%) Opel (+462.5%), Seat (+442.9%) shine below whole Cupra is up three spots on March to a strong #22 and 0.9% share.

Previous month: Luxembourg March 2021: Peugeot, BMW headline market  back up 77.5%

One year ago: Luxembourg April 2020: Covid-19 lockdown sends market down -78.9%

Full April 2021 Top 50 All-brands ranking below.

Luxembourg April 2021 – brands:

Pos Brand Apr-21 % /20 Mar 2021 % /20 Pos FY20
1 Volkswagen 552 12.8% 232.5% 1 2,023 12.1% 24.4% 1 1
2 BMW 437 10.1% 439.5% 3 1,710 10.2% 47.7% 3 3
3 Mercedes 426 9.8% 353.2% 2 1,746 10.4% 27.8% 2 2
4 Audi 394 9.1% 215.2% 4 1,183 7.0% 25.1% 4 4
5 Peugeot 268 6.2% 332.3% 5 1,169 7.0% 109.9% 5 7
6 Skoda 246 5.7% 232.4% 8 924 5.5% 5.8% 6 5
7 Renault 227 5.2% 305.4% 6 728 4.3% 3.3% 7 6
8 Citroen 185 4.3% 704.3% 10 621 3.7% 59.2% 9 12
9 Ford 164 3.8% 141.2% 7 711 4.2% 21.7% 8 8
10 Hyundai 148 3.4% 322.9% 13 550 3.3% 27.6% 11 10
11 Opel 135 3.1% 462.5% 16 493 2.9% 40.5% 13 13
12 Fiat 124 2.9% 175.6% 9 576 3.4% 37.5% 10 11
13 Volvo 122 2.8% 221.1% 12 495 2.9% 18.7% 12 9
14 Seat 114 2.6% 442.9% 15 394 2.3% -2.2% 14 14
15 Mini 102 2.4% 628.6% 11 388 2.3% 89.3% 15 16
16 Land Rover 86 2.0% 177.4% 22 244 1.5% 8.0% 18 20
17 Kia 72 1.7% 176.9% 18 301 1.8% 19.0% 16 18
18 Toyota 63 1.5% 186.4% 23 229 1.4% -0.9% 19 21
19 Porsche 53 1.2% 71.0% 17 264 1.6% 10.0% 17 17
20 Dacia 43 1.0% 104.8% 27 201 1.2% 3.1% 20 15
21 Nissan 43 1.0% 514.3% 20 194 1.2% -19.5% 21 19
22 Cupra 38 0.9% new 25 135 0.8% new 26 45
23 Jaguar 37 0.9% 270.0% 30 96 0.6% -41.5% 29 25
24 Suzuki 33 0.8% 312.5% 21 165 1.0% 3.8% 25 24
25 Mazda 31 0.7% 63.2% 19 181 1.1% 26.6% 23 26
26 DS 26 0.6% 1200.0% 24 134 0.8% 67.5% 27 27
27 Jeep 24 0.6% 33.3% 28 169 1.0% -16.3% 24 23
28 Honda 23 0.5% 187.5% 29 91 0.5% 68.5% 31 29
29 Ferrari 16 0.4% 220.0% 32 46 0.3% 58.6% 32 31
30 Smart 12 0.3% 33.3% 31 94 0.6% 487.5% 30 30
31 Alfa Romeo 10 0.2% -33.3% 26 99 0.6% 6.5% 28 28
32 Ford (USA) 10 0.2% n/a 35 30 0.2% -14.3% 33 32
33 Polestar 10 0.2% new 50 16 0.1% new 37 54
34 Alpine 7 0.2% n/a 43 11 0.1% 83.3% 41 41
35 Lamborghini 6 0.1% 200.0% 33 28 0.2% 133.3% 34 38
36 Cadillac 6 0.1% n/a 45 12 0.1% n/a 39 46
37 Maserati 5 0.1% 400.0% 42 12 0.1% 20.0% 40 36
38 Tesla 3 0.1% -81.3% 14 192 1.1% 39.1% 22 22
39 Subaru 3 0.1% 50.0% 34 27 0.2% -20.6% 35 35
40 Lexus 3 0.1% 200.0% 37 19 0.1% -20.8% 36 34
41 Bentley 3 0.1% 0.0% 38 13 0.1% -31.6% 38 40
42 Aston Martin 3 0.1% n/a 44 7 0.0% 0.0% 44 42
43 Mitsubishi 3 0.1% n/a 46 7 0.0% -69.6% 45 37
44 Lotus 3 0.1% n/a  – 4 0.0% 0.0% 47 44
45 MG 2 0.0% n/a 36 11 0.1% 1000.0% 42 33
46 SsangYong 2 0.0% 0.0% 39 10 0.1% -23.1% 43 39
47 Alpina 1 0.0% n/a 40 6 0.0% 100.0% 46 48
48 Rolls-Royce 1 0.0% n/a 41 4 0.0% n/a 48 56
49 Man 1 0.0% n/a  – 2 0.0% n/a 51 55
50 Chevrolet 1 0.0% n/a  – 1 0.0% n/a 53 52

Source: Statistiques Luxembourg

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