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As always Sweden is the first cab off the rank for new monthly sales, and this month Swedish new car sales slow down their growth to 5% YOY at 25,916 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 276,804 units, up a splendid 14% on 2013. Brand-wise, both Volvo (21.2%) and Volkswagen (15.4%) are above their YTD levels, while Audi is up 19% year-on-year to third place at 7.7%, BMW is up 22% to #4, Kia up 27% to #6, Peugeot up 25% to #8, Ford up 22% to #10 and Dacia up 109% to #15.
Smart is back in Sweden.
The Top 7 best-selling models are identical to the YTD ranking, with the Audi A6 performing way above its traditional level this year at #8 and 2.2% and the Toyota Yaris up to #10 vs. #14 YTD. Further down, the Peugeot 208 is up 21 spots on October to #13, the Kia Sportage up one further rank to #15, the Dacia Duster breaks into the Swedish Top 20 for the very first time, up 10 spots on last month to #20 and the Citroen C4 Cactus lodges its first Top 50 ranking at #50, up 18 ranks on October. Notice also the Smart Fortwo/Forfour up to #58 and the Lexus NX up two spots on its inaugural ranking last month to #65.
Previous month: Sweden October 2014: Lexus NX shines, Saab 9-3 reborn
One year ago: Sweden November 2013: Suzuki SX4 and Toyota RAV4 shine
Full November 2014 Top 35 brands and Top 50 models Ranking Tables below.