Saab Swedish sales data – February 2011

The sales data for Saab in the Swedish market are out.

Saab sold in February 707 cars (525 in Feb. 2010)

Those can be splited in 570 9-3 (6th this month, 9th YTD) up from 337 in Feb. 2010 and 137 9-5 down from 188 in Feb.2010 (in February 2010 Saab was selling the last Dame Ednas SC).

It looks good for the 9-3, but the 9-5 still needs the sales figures from the SC.

The 9-3 TTiD SS sub 120g was sold 130 times in February, which means the 11th most sold “green” car in Sweden

SAAB_Andee
Guest
SAAB_Andee

Sales for austria. 29 cars. Thats up from four cars in 2010. With 58 cars this year saab austria sold more than 50 % of 2010 (102 total 2010)

Arild
Guest

That’s a 50 per cent increase compared to January when they sold 471 cars in Sweden. Hope other markets also can report an increase!

xlx
Guest

they will, because January is a week month for business in general, sleepy after New Years Day, skiing vacations, fighting with snowstorms etc…

Bengt in Scania, Sweden
Guest

Sweden is Combi-land. I think many are waiting for the 9-5 Combi.

Baah
Guest
Baah

Is the 9-3 TTiD SS sub 120g was a good seller, I can´t wait to see what will happen when the 9-3 TTiD SC Griffin sub 120g comes out!

Carl-Henrik
Guest
Carl-Henrik

The numbers for the 9-3 with the SC sub 120g will increase. So far Volvo has sold 1200 of their V50 with sub 120g diesel engine in 2011 (Jan + Feb). That’s the main competitor in Sweden as in regard of the combi-model.

Sicky
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Sicky

Do not agree!
I think the main competitors is
1. V70
2. V60
3. V50

Carl-Henrik
Guest
Carl-Henrik

Yes, all Volvo V-models are competitors, but for the 9-3 in size I would say more the V50/V60 than the V70 (which is more competing with the 9-5 SC).

Sicky
Guest
Sicky

Yes, you are absolutly right in terms of size. But for those size is more important than perfomance V70 is a competitor. I think there are many (perhaps I´m wrong!).
9-3 Griffin TTID SC 278.400kr
V70 1,6D DRIVEe 277.000kr
But, as you write “all Volvo V-models are competitors”.

Carl-Henrik
Guest
Carl-Henrik

Never looked up the price-level of the cars, but in that way of course the 9-3 SC will fight the V70. Then people will have to make a choice between a larger car for less money with a weak engine.. or a bit smaller car with a stronger engine.. 😉 Think the 180 hp can help there..

Tomas TL1000R
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Tomas TL1000R

This is a link to Bilsweden if anyone will study sales.

http://www.bilsweden.se/web/Nyregistreringar_februari_2011.aspx
Open the PDF and see for yourself.

Tomas TL1000R
Guest
Tomas TL1000R

My analysis tell me that Sweden is waiting for the 120g Combis and that means that we shouldn´t expect more than this. Swedish companies waiting a few month till they arrive but I´m sure the ordering books are pretty full. We heard the 2000 orders a few weeks ago. It will explode in may I think (9-3 SC 120g).

Knape
Guest
Knape

I think the numbers will increase and this is a good start!

One thing though…according to BILSweden 935 out of 945 XC60 where diesels!
But I hope and think that the 9-4x with it’s magnificent design should beat those numbers 🙂

David
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David

707 cars is quite ok – february is still a short and slow month. The 9-5 should sell more but both the 9-3SC TTiD and 9-5SC are needed for a bigger impact. Still nice steady growth!

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