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Opel snatches SEAT the best seller in May in Spain

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The German Opel has taken the Spanish SEAT the lead as the best-selling brand in Spain in May, with 10,391 units, 1.6% less than a year earlier.

According to data from manufacturers associations (Anfac), vendors (Ganvam) and concessionaires (Faconauto) provided today, in May 126,411 cars and SUVs (11.2% more) were registered and in the first five months of the year 535,697 units (7.3% more).

Opel is also in the top position in the accumulated until May, since it adds 43,018 registrations, 0.6% less than in the same period of 2016.
SEAT drops in May to fifth place, with 8,365 units sold, up 5.1%. On the contrary, in the ranking of the first five months stands the first, with 43,199, 22.9% more.

Last month ahead of SEAT were the German Volkswagen (9,984 cars and TT, 22.6% more), French Renault (9,717, 2.1% less in interannual rate) and the Gala Peugeot (8,503, 8.4% more).

Among those known as premium brands, Audi (6.193, 6.1% more), followed by Mercedes-Benz (5,172, 35.9% more) and BMW (4,526, 11.2% plus).

The Italian brands Fiat (39.7% and 6.844) and Alfa Romeo (121.1% and 398 units) had significant growth; While Lancia has fallen 100%, having not sold any unit.

Infiniti (77.6% and 174 units) and Tesla (1,200%, after registering 26 electric cars, compared to May 2, 2016) experienced a strong increase.

Other luxury sports brands that have boosted their sales have been Lamborghini (200%, up to 3 units) and Maserati (100% and 34 units.
Nor has it been a bad month for Porsche, which has registered 45.9% more, to 232 units.

Of the Asian brands, the most has been Toyota (32% and 6,711 units), followed by Hyundai (21.3% and 5.984), Suzuki (21.9% and 590) or SsangYong (36, 1% and 449).

The ratio of registrations of passenger cars and SUVs in May and in the accumulated of the year is as follows:

MARCA MAY.17 MAY.16 %VAR. ACUM.17 ACUM.16 %VAR.

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OPEL 10.391 10.560 -1,6 43.018 43.287 -0,6

VOLKSWAGEN 9.984 8.141 22,6 41.154 39.651 3,8

RENAULT 9.717 9.926 -2,1 36.868 34.681 6,3

PEUGEOT 8.503 7.847 8,4 37.171 36.648 1,4

SEAT 8.365 7.956 5,1 43.199 35.153 22,9

CITROEN 6.861 6.301 8,9 29.217 28.514 2,5

FIAT 6.844 4.899 39,7 25.557 20.750 23,2

TOYOTA 6.711 5.083 32,0 28.493 24.047 18,5

AUDI 6.193 5.835 6,1 25.494 24.365 4,6

NISSAN 6.066 5.532 9,7 27.507 24.534 12,1

KIA 6.028 5.031 19,8 24.539 23.547 4,2

HYUNDAI 5.984 4.934 21,3 21.574 20.672 4,4

FORD 5.742 5.646 1,7 27.773 24.627 12,8

MERCEDES 5.172 3.805 35,9 23.059 19.394 18,9

DACIA 4.526 4.558 -0,7 17.818 18.413 -3,2

BMW 4.526 4.069 11,2 21.505 19.541 10,1

SKODA 3.306 2.474 33,6 11.115 10.978 1,2

MAZDA 1.445 1.619 -10,7 6.761 8.100 -16,5

MINI 1.396 1.176 18,7 5.277 4.814 9,6

VOLVO 1.171 1.453 -19,4 5.529 5.590 -1,1

LAND ROVER 957 911 5,0 4.623 5.001 -7,6

JEEP 932 778 19,8 3.373 3.101 8,8

MITSUBISHI 777 858 -9,4 3.732 3.634 2,7

HONDA 738 779 -5,3 3.523 4.135 -14,8

SMART 721 519 38,9 2.699 2.901 -7,0

SUZUKI 590 484 21,9 2.859 2.123 34,7

LEXUS 538 536 0,4 2.534 2.355 7,6

SSANGYONG 449 330 36,1 1.759 1.718 2,4

ALFA ROMEO 398 180 121,1 1.619 1.227 31,9

JAGUAR 386 325 18,8 1.737 1.102 57,6

DS 315 417 -24,5 1.576 2.224 -29,1

PORSCHE 232 159 45,9 939 883 6,3

SUBARU 190 208 -8,7 941 856 9,9

INFINITI 174 98 77,6 740 308 140,3

MASERATI 34 17 100,0 169 84 101,2

TESLA 26 2 1.200,0 105 14 650,0

MAHINDRA 9 11 -18,2 43 48 -10,4

MORGAN 4 0 — 5 1 400,0

BENTLEY 3 3 0,0 19 15 26,7

LAMBORGHINI 3 1 200,0 7 5 40,0

FERRARI 2 3 -33,3 20 20 0,0

ASTON MARTIN 1 0 — 6 7 -14,3

ROLLS ROYCE 1 0 — 2 0 —

LANCIA 0 205 -100,0 37 370 -90,0

KTM 0 1 -100,0 0 2 -100,0

PGO AUTOMOVIL 0 1 -100,0 0 1 -100,0

LOTUS 0 0 — 1 1 0,0

MCLAREN 0 0 — 1 1 0,0

CHEVROLET 0 0 — 0 1 -100,0

EFE – Madrid – 01/06/2017

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