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Car sales November 2023: winners and losers in six wonderful facts -

To whom will the Peugeot 208 lose the lead and will rich people buy an Aston Martin or a Rolls-Royce? November 2023 car sales will cause notable shifts.

Two cars sold more than 10,000 times

What will be the best-selling car of 2023? It seems certain that the Peugeot 208 (8925 registrations) will have to give up its leading position from last year to another car. There are only two models with more than 10,000 registrations in the Netherlands: the Kia Picanto (10,144 registrations) and the likely number 1, the Tesla Model Y (12,254 registrations).


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Three well-known brands have sold less than 1000 cars so far

Alfa Romeo, Honda and Jaguar are three brands with a great reputation in the automotive world. The exclusive Jaguar has never been a top seller, but even for a more expensive brand, 169 registrations is very little. By comparison, Land Rover does almost 3,000.

Alfa Romeo also cannot seem to get out of its malaise, with 605 registrations. The Tonale does not bring the hoped-for revival. And oh, Honda... our hearts have been bleeding for years. In 2023 the counter will reach 815.

Two brands compete for the top prize

Volkswagen is determined to return to number 1 in 2023, but Come on has been catching up in recent months. The score is now 32,262 - 31,385 in German favor. Will either brand pull a trick to deliver the final blow or still come alongside? Volkswagen ruined the Kia party in this way in 2021.

Car sales November 2023

In November 2023, approximately the same number of new cars were registered as last year (28,362 vs. 27,746 in 2022, an increase of 1.8 percent). A total of 343,221 new passenger cars have now been registered in 2023. BOVAG and RAI expect the total for 2023 to be 357,000.

The Netherlands loves Porsche

Let's also look at the expensive brands. Aston Martin accounted for 27 registrations. 110 people signed a purchase contract with a golden pen Bentley. The Continental (51) is slightly more popular than the Bentayga (43). Ferrari was good for 81 registrations (bestseller: SF90), Lamborghini was stuck at 37 (almost all Urussen) and Rolls-Royce at 12. The fact that you see a Porsche on every street corner is somewhat confirmed. The Germans sold 2170 cars.

Top 5 best-selling electric cars November 2023

  1. Tesla Model Y: 1,323 registrations, 13.8% market share
  2. Tesla Model 3: 718 registrations, 7.5% market share
  3. Volvo XC40: 556 registrations, 5.8% market share
  4. MG4: 420 registrations, 4.4% market share
  5. Skoda Enyaq: 407 registrations, 4.3% market share

Bron: Bovag

This post was last modified on December 1, 2023 2:20 pm


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