Sales year 2020, Italy: Significant drop of 27.9%

Sales year 2020, Italy: Significant drop of 27.9%

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During the past year 2020 new vehicle registrations in Italy registered a decrease of 27.93% compared to the previous year until reaching a total volume of 1,381,496 units delivered to new users.

By fuels vehicles gasoline closed dominating with a 37.5% share and 523,140 units compared to 33.1% and 461,274 diesel units. Also 223,321 hybrids have been sold, 27,408 PHEVs, 94,260 LPG units, 31,613 methane and 32,540 pure electric units (two of them hydrogen).

Sales year 2020, Italy: Significant drop of 27.9%

By brands, the most prominent in positive were DS (+ 3.4%), Tesla (+ 55.6%), Mahindra (+ 23.6%) and Haval, the latter increasing its deliveries by 235%

Sales year 2020, Italy: Significant drop of 27.9%

BRAND RANKING YEAR 2020

  1. Fiat 210.474
  2. VW 126,173
  3. Ford 88,631
  4. Renault 84,980
  5. Peugeot 78,751
  6. Toyota 70.001
  7. Citroën 61,735
  8. Jeep 59,598
  9. Opel 52,377
  10. Dacia 52,313
  11. Audi 49,833
  12. BMW 46.011
  13. Mercedes 45,909
  14. Lancia 43,033
  15. Kia 35,454
  16. Suzuki 33.455
  17. Hyundai 33,387
  18. Nissan 28,353
  19. Skoda 24.659
  20. SEAT 22.138
  21. Alfa Romeo 17.202
  22. Volvo 17.053
  23. MINI 16,586
  24. Land Rover 11,319
  25. Mazda 10,096
  26. Honda 6,705
  27. Porsche 5,688
  28. DS 4,633
  29. Smart 4,574
  30. Lexus 4,044
  31. Mitsubishi 4,032
  32. Tesla 3,804
  33. Jaguar 3,534
  34. DR Engine 3,476
  35. Subaru 2,099
  36. Maserati 1,358
  37. Mahindra 1,244
  38. SsangYong 1,150
  39. Ferrari 505
  40. Haval 369
  41. Lamborghini 270
  42. Aston Martin 52
  43. Infiniti 12
  44. Chevrolet 6
  45. Lada 3
  46. Others 538

Among the firms that closed negative, we must mention the significant falls of Opel (-44.2%), Smart (-87.0%), Mitsubishi (-48.9%), Jaguar (-56.1%) and SsangYong (-50.0%)

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Sales year 2020, Italy: Significant drop of 27.9%

TOP 50 MODELS YEAR 2020

  1. Fiat Panda 110.465
  2. Lancia Ypsilon 43.033
  3. Fiat 500X 31.831
  4. Renault Clio 31.653
  5. Fiat 500 31,409
  6. Jeep Renegade 31,088
  7. Toyota Yaris 29,608
  8. Renault Captur 29.299
  9. Citroën C3 29.168
  10. Dacia Sandero 28.101
  11. Jeep Compass 26,872
  12. VW T-Roc 24.805
  13. Opel Corsa 24,534
  14. Ford Puma 24,135
  15. Dacia Duster 24,114
  16. Peugeot 208 23,423
  17. VW T-Cross 23.121
  18. VW Polo 22.608
  19. Ford Fiesta 22,111
  20. VW Golf 20569
  21. Peugeot 2008 19.315
  22. Fiat 500L 18.975
  23. Peugeot 3008 18,280
  24. Nissan Qashqai 17,467
  25. VW Tiguan 16910
  26. Fiat Type 16.586
  27. Opel Crossland X 16.060
  28. Toyota Aygo 14,387
  29. Ford Focus 14,179
  30. Ford EcoSport 13,346
  31. Citroën C3 Aircross 13,243
  32. Mercedes A-Class 12,530
  33. Suzuki Ignis 11.361
  34. Toyota C-HR 11.352
  35. VW Up! 11,254
  36. Audi Q3 11187
  37. Hyundai i10 10724
  38. BMW X1 10.421
  39. Ford Kuga 10.152
  40. Suzuki Swift 10.124
  41. Hyundai Kona 10.115
  42. Volvo XC40 9,784
  43. Kia Picanto 9.551
  44. BMW 1 Series 9,496
  45. Audi A3 8,614
  46. Citroën C5 Aircross 8.505
  47. SEAT Arona 8.390
  48. Alfa Romeo Stelvio 8,370
  49. Citroën C1 8.024
  50. Opel Grandland X 8.010

To the Fiat panda there is no one who coughs him. It has been at the top for several years and intends to continue this way thanks to the support it receives from individuals, companies and rent-a-car. With the introduction of hybrid mechanics their numbers have improved. Special mention also for the Lancia Ypsilon who is still at the top despite the years he has behind him.

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Sales year 2020, Italy: Significant drop of 27.9%

Other outstanding models of the year 2020 were the Toyota Yaris, Renault Captur, Ford Puma, VW T-Cross, SEAT Arona, Suzuki Ignis, Opel Corsa and Mercedes GLE, the latter almost doubling its figures. Among those who have not had a good 2020, we must point out the Audi A6, VW Up !, Citroën C3, Dacia Sandero, Fiat 500X and Dacia Duster.

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