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Volkswagen Sharan Sales Figures

Volkswagen Sharan

The Volkswagen Sharan is a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) or minivan produced by the German automaker Volkswagen. Introduced in the mid-1990s, the Sharan aimed to cater to the needs of large families and those requiring a spacious and versatile vehicle. The Sharan shares many components and is closely related to the SEAT Alhambra and, previously, the Ford Galaxy.

Volkswagen Sharan Overview

The Volkswagen Sharan is a minivan that was introduced in 1995. It is based on the Volkswagen Transporter van, but it has a more passenger-oriented interior. The Sharan has been discontinued since 2022. It was produced in a joint venture between Volkswagen and Ford. The Ford equivalent of the Sharan was the Galaxy.

The Sharan was powered by a variety of engines, including gasoline, diesel, and hybrid engines. It was available with a choice of manual or automatic transmissions. The Sharan was available in two body styles: a short wheelbase model and a long wheelbase model. It was also available in a variety of trim levels, including the base Sharan, the Sharan Comfortline, and the Sharan Highline.

The Sharan was a popular car in Europe and it was sold in many countries, including Germany, France, and Italy. However, it was not available in the United States. The Sharan was a good choice for those looking for a spacious and versatile minivan. It was also a good choice for those who wanted a minivan with a variety of engines to choose from.

Volkswagen Sharan Europe Sales Data & Charts

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
1997 55,032
1998 52,454
1999 48,769
2000 46,114
2001 53,523
2002 51,354
2003 43,189
2004 36,267
2005 33,144
2006 27,773
2007 22,954
2008 17,742
2009 14,816
2010 16,142
2011 46,208
2012 36,843
2013 31,509
2014 33,961
2015 36,443
2016 32,429
2017 28,800
2018 20,615
2019 22,665
2020 11,473
2021 7,637
2022 4,473

Europe Annual Growth