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Old 13th February 2015, 11:28   #16
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THanks vishnugs for this nice and very informative thread.

It was an a eye 'open'er for me in many sense.

By the way why are all Opel cars opened up!?
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3) EU is moving to smaller and smaller engines, the latest buzz all around is 1L TSI that produces 100 PS, this is expected to power the entry model of 2016 Skoda Octavia and many other VW models. We should see this soon in Jetta and other cars in India too.
Thanks for this informative thread.

One more key factor that separates Indian market from the European market is the implementation of emission norms. Europe has already reached Euro VI norms and has reached 130g/km CO2 emission target, ahead of 2015 timeline.

Engine Downsizing is the result of these emission and fuel economy norms.

Currently we are five years behind Europe when it comes to implementation of emission norms.

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It is a great thread. Thanks to the OP for starting this!

I thought this data (the table in the OP) is for Germany only
Hello All, I did some more analysis and discovered that the sales data I compiled it only for Germany. My bad !

But given the new point that this is only Germany sales data, the volumes are staggering for such a small country compared to ours :-(

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To add on to this – the UK market does it a bit differently with Ford topping the list, that too with a good margin.
Thanks for sharing the UK data. Completely agree, UK data seems to be completely different from Germany! Ford tops the list !

But its nice to see cars like Audi Ax and the likes finding their home in top 10 in these markets unlike in India where it is dominated by smaller cars. Even in India, it is changing a bit with Honda City though.

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Interesting stats and thanks for sharing. In Germany, the local players occupy top five positions. Surely quality is the predominant reason.

And in both the markets, only Toyota and Nissan are the only significant Japanese presence. In USA too, that is the largest automobile market, Nissan has a respectable market share close to 10% (though Toyota & Honda are still higher). Makes me wonder why Nissan-Renault combine is so far unable to crack the Indian market.
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November sales Europe- India - China for Suzuki Models,

In Europe Suzuki seems to be doing great and overall a positive year for them.

In UK-
2015 market share 1.31%; 2016 market share 1.43% (AutoCar)

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The only company that can make big profits from small cars (thanks to 47% of the Indian market). Suzuki is now reinforcing its position as a maker of SUVs with the long-awaited new Vitara.
Vitara is the star performer and Jimny even after decades is doing 1k+ units.

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Suzuki doing extremely well in Europe.

Its new Ignis is well accepted, Vitara is extremely popular and S Cross facelift is doing good. Baleno seems to have manufacturing constraint will should ease out with the Gujarat plant in India stabilizing production.

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