Saab Swedish sales data January April 2014

It is a long time since the last post in the category ssd (Saab Sales Data), but at last I’m once again able to report about new registered Saab cars.

You may say, that I could have started in January, as NEVS already appeared in the statistics back then with 5 cars, but those where registered for a company, and you will be right if you assume that that com pay was NEVS.

So the Numbers for the first moths are as follow

  • January 5
  • February 15
  • March 6
  • April 47
  • Total 73

Six of those 73 cars have been registered to a private persons. So I would say that NEVS has delivered 6 cars in April. Among the other 67 cars 50 of them have been delivered to Saab dealers as test cars, and as Tim told after his visit to his local dealer in Växjö, the interest in those cars is big. I would say that the remaining 17 cars are either company cars for the NEVS management (imagine them driving Audi or Volvo) or test cars as you where able to test drive the 9-3N from february in Trollhättan.

The figures aren’t impressive, but as long s they keep increasing over time, they can be seen as a first step in a long journey.

Saab sales data September 2011

On August first I wrote a post about Saab sales during the last five month of the year, I called that post, August: point of inflexion in sales?. The question mark was put on purpose, as I was hopping for the best but was prepared for the worst.

All my assumptions for the September have been right, The US and the UK have done better in September than in August and Sweden seems to have stabilized at a very low level, although they have done better than in August.

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Saab mid-size markets sales data – August 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.

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Saab small markets sales data – August 2011

This is the group with the small markets.

Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hong Kong, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia

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.

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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.

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