Saab mid-size markets sales data – July 2011

Those are the countries that belong to the mid-size group.

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan.

The figures are added as we get them. I will only post the total Saab monthly figures, as the figures per model aren’t available on all the markets.

Austria

July 2011 19 (8 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 152 (35 YTD 2010)

(102 YT 2010)

Spain

July 2011 31 (25 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 366 (350 YTD 2010)

(725 YT 2010)

Finland

July 2011 10 (5 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 248 (66 YTD 2010)

(199 YT 2010)

France

July 2011 43 (27 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 334 (270 YTD 2010)

(544 YT 2010)

Ireland

July 2011 4 (9 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 131 (50 YTD 2010)

(83 YT 2010)

Italy

July 2011 60 (25 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 735 (347 YTD 2010)

(637 YT 2010)

Poland

July 2011 8 (9 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 149 (78 YTD 2010)

(166 YT 2010)

Portugal

July 2011 7 (1 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 97 (19 YTD 2010)

(31 YT 2010)

Taiwan

July 2011 19 (34 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 256 (203 YTD 2010)

(390 YT 2010)

Norway

July 2011 7 (34 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 272 (141 YTD 2010)

(390 YT 2010)

The Netherlands

July 2011 12 (55 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 552 (295 YTD 2010)

(530 YT 2010)

Belgium

July 2011 28 (110 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 754 (609 YTD 2010)

(1090 YT 2010)

Hungary

July 2011 1 (14 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 87 (87 YTD 2010)

(141 YT 2010)

Germany

July 2011 20 (70 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 432 (391 YTD 2010)

(798 YT 2010)

Switzerland

July 2011 11 (47 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 260 (284 YTD 2010)

(626 YT 2010)

Greece

July 2011 12 (14 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 129 (167 YTD 2010)

(232 YT 2010)



Denmark

July 2011 20 (10 in July 2010)
YTD 2011 163 (81 YTD 2010)

(363 YT 2010)


No 9
Member
5 years 1 month ago

All I can say is that in spite of the doldrums SAAB is going through, sales are up everywhere from 2010. This has to be seen as positive news. Of course, it’s high time to get the line going as Europeans don’t traditionally stock many cars as in NA.

till72
Member
5 years 1 month ago

+1

Sensonic
Member
5 years 1 month ago
I recently visited the biggest SAAB retailer in Finland, and they told me that they have placed couple of orders which they, naturally, haven’t received yet because of the ‘hiatus’ of the factory. Those cars were ordered for quite large Finnish and international companies (I cannot tell the names) and the sales manager was worried whether he’d ever receive those ones and would be able to handover them to his customers. So let’s keep thumbs up that the production will start on week 35. I told the aforementioned sales manager that if the production won’t start on week 35, then… Read more »
JST1981
Member
5 years 1 month ago

Here in Germany Saab is duelling with Ferrari in YTD figures

StefanH STHLM
Member
5 years 1 month ago

(07 2011) 707, so far.
(07 2010) 1454, so far.
and
(YTD11) 16033, so far.
(YTD10) 11687, so far.
http://www.bmsg.se/saab_sales.pdf
(Comparison made ​​with the same incoming numbers per country)

StefanH STHLM
Member
5 years 1 month ago

GB July
173 (2011)
356 (2010)
http://www.bmsg.se/saab_sales.pdf

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