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Offline Trooper

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Re: Abarth registration data
« Reply #120 on: March 06, 2010, 06:19:26 pm »
Do you have access to the number of A500's supplied in the UK in each colour? If i've missed it I apologise and will happily be led by the ear to the right place! But if I haven't missed it I'd really like to know. Numbers to date would be fine, no need for monthly breakdowns!
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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #121 on: March 06, 2010, 07:38:00 pm »
    Rich / Trooper if you look at the bottom of page 7 of this thread. Anyway here it is again.

    This is a thread allways worth a look as the information i have is very difficult to obtain! And i also include data on Europe as well from time to time the UK is a prime Abarth market for FGA Italy is No.1 but UK and Germany vi for 2nd place.

    Well statoholics here it is the 2009 final figures

    RED is the colour in terms of December registrations. AGP's had 62.5% in Red and for A500 it was the equal highest month with 18 in Red and the highest month in % of month registrations.

    So here it is

               Dec       YTD
    A500    89        1134
    AGP     24          247

    Total   113       1381

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                 A500     %           AGP    %
    White      693    61.11          96   38.87
    Black       191    16.84          63   25.51
    Grey        150    13.23          NA
    Red         100      8.82         88    35.63

    Total      1,134                   247





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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #122 on: March 06, 2010, 08:06:19 pm »
    Any separate totals for funk white and BN,white ?  :whistle:

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #123 on: March 07, 2010, 02:03:19 am »
    Delaney,
    Many thanks for that!
    Much appreciated!
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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #124 on: March 07, 2010, 08:20:21 pm »
    I find these stats very interesting and sometimes surprising, such as the A500 to GPA ratio! Keep 'em coming and thanks for posting  :thumb:

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #125 on: March 10, 2010, 08:19:32 am »
    Well statoholics here is some extra info.

    The GPA is the most exclusive car in the B sector with the YTD of 5 there is one quirk in the sector figures and that is the 3 old Ford Ka's that have been registered in Jan and Feb obviouisly found at the back of a Ford franchise's yard. The new Ka produced in FGA's Tychy plant on the 500 platform is in the A sector. The Subaru Justy is the next lowest in the B sector but that is in double figures.

    In fact in the B sector as you will all know the Alfa Mito is a Grande Punto with a different body (and no 5 door option) the difference in registrations YTD is just 40 units. I have mentioned the 'Mito effect' previously and the issues that will result in so watch out.

    Back to a subject that is very sad to see and that is the continued decline of SAAB who prior to GM used to produce such good cars the 95/96 900 the fantastic little Quantum racing car and the Sonetts.
    YTD  2009  2010       
    9-3   792    160
    9-5    99      52
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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #126 on: March 10, 2010, 08:28:38 am »
    Hmm more good stuff Delaney, cheers  :thumb:

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #127 on: March 10, 2010, 09:07:11 am »
    The GPA is the most exclusive car in the B sector with the YTD of 5

    Most exclusive?
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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #128 on: March 21, 2010, 12:24:26 am »
    Well I am not seeing many.  Neither AGP nor A500.  Shame that is.

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #129 on: April 07, 2010, 05:11:56 pm »
    Well statoholics although tomorrow (Thursday 8th) the final figures can be confirmed for March registrations it is though fairly unlikely that any changes will take place as AFRL (Automated First Registration & Licensing) tends to ensure completeness by this stage.

    March 2010 has seen the highest numbers of Abarth's ever registered seeing a 25.88% increase over the previous highest month (March 09)

    Well RED is THE colour for the A500 the number of Red A500's registered in March 2010 is more than double that achieved in each of the best ever months for red A500's being registered Oct 09 & Dec 09.

    However RED for the AGP for 2010 has fallen from #1 to #3 and the lack of Black AGP's has been quelled with 36.6% of March AGP registrations being Black so the exclusivity factor has reduced slightly.

    Interestingly despite March being the month with the highest monthly registrations for the quarter Jan-Mar it is 2 units down on Oct-Dec but Feb was as a pre reg month low if you compare the 33 units to the previous pre reg month Aug with 59.

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #130 on: April 07, 2010, 06:18:20 pm »
    Ohhps after all that i didn't put any numbers in!!! That is what you want isn't it????!!!??

    Model                January 2010    February 2010   March 2010             YTD
    AGP                         2                      3                30                       35
    A500                      66                    30               257                     353

    Total                      68                    33               287                     388

    I made a slight mistake in my earlier post regarding Oct-Dec qtr to Jan-Mar qtr the difference of 2 refered to A500's only the difference on AGP's was 18 so 20 units less Jan-Mar compared to Oct-Dec. Sorry about that.

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #131 on: April 07, 2010, 06:22:56 pm »
    WOW Thanks!  :thumb: The popularity of the A500 still amazes me, it outsells the AGP by almost 10 to 1! Crazy! :o

    EDIT: Do you have the total figures sold for both models since they were released?

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #132 on: April 08, 2010, 08:12:32 am »
    Well lloyd does do a summary on page 1 of this thread but seeing as it is you DF i will do the maths for you and detail how its done.

          Model     AGP           A500     Total by yr
    Year

    2008            100               0           100    (source lloyd excellent summary pg1)
    2009            247           1,134       1,381    (source my posts bottom pg7 and rptd top pg9)
    2010 end Q1   35              353         388    (source my post yesterday) 

    TOTAL         382            1,487       1,869
                     20.44%        79.56%            % of Total Abarth registrations to end Q3 2010

    Well 2010 does show only 9.02% of total Abarth registrations being AGP's (compared to the overall 20.44% over the total since the brand returned) but i have already mentioned that there is a model change so figures will be on the low side. If you were looking for an AGP would you buy one now? or would you wait for the MultiAir model with the challenging looks (i was going to say styling but felt that i may prove to be unpopular by using that word!!!).

    The other major reason for the big numbers in March aside from the new plates is the end of scrappage so i can not see these high numbers appearing for some time again. It will be interesting to see just what the numbers will be like on the 500C but i cant see that you will need more than the fingers on your hands to count the registrations for these.

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #133 on: April 19, 2010, 11:38:06 am »
    Well statoholics and it was good to meet lloyd yesterday although i didn't realise it at the time but jogged my mind into putting some extra statholic info up.

    The exclusivity of the AGP is maintainedit remains the lowest cummulative registered units in the B segmentand now only 2 remain in that category with registrations under 100. The Ford quirk i refered to last month has gone as Ford obviously was paying big registration bonuses for Q1 to its dealers with 601 of the old model Ka being 10 plated. I bet a fair few of these end up as courtesy cars for bodyshops and rental cars. It is still the Subaru Justy that is closest to The GPA in lowest registrations in the B sector.

    The GP Mito split has moved the way of the GP for March.

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    Re: Abarth registration data
    « Reply #134 on: April 29, 2010, 05:39:46 am »
    One for the statoholics - there were 20 A500s registered on the island of Jersey in 2009 which on a per capita basis would equate to over 12,000 in the UK!
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