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Statistics for Volkswagen

Volkswagen, often abbreviated to VW, is a German car manufacturer with its headquarters located in Wolfsburg, Germany. Volkswagen is the top-selling brand of the Volkswagen Group and is the largest German car manufacturer.

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Statistics for BMW

Bayerische Motoren Werke, commonly known as BMW, is a German car manufacturer that produces premium automobiles and motorbikes. BMW is a part of the big three German luxury car manufacturers including Audi and Mercedes-Benz.

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Statistics for Jeep

Jeep is an American automaker and brand that is a division of Chysler Group LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fiat S.p.A.. Being one of the oldest brands in existence, Jeep has gained great popularity and awareness in various countries.

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Statistics for Audi

The German mobile manufacturer and designer of luxury cars that is known for its slogan ‘’Vorsprung durch Technik’’, meaning ‘’advancement through technology’’, has been a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group since 1966.

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Statistics for Volvo

Volvo is a Swedish car manufacturer with its headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. Volvo is well known for its quality and long lifecycle of vehicles. By many, Volvo is seen as the luxury car for the regular person. This good quality of cars doesn’t go unnoticed as in 2013.

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Statistics for Ford

Ford is an American car manufacturer that has been around for quite a while. The company was created by Henry Ford who was famously known for his entrepreneurship and his stake in the development of the assembly line which enabled the mass production of cars, and not to forget, who invented the 5-day week and 8 hour day including the week-end as most Europeans and Americans know it today.

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Statistics for Toyota

Toyota Motor Corporation, also known as Toyota, is the world’s no.1 in global vehicle sales, making it one of the largest overall companies in the world. The Japanese manufacturer of cars with its headquarters in Aichi, Japan, is well known for producing fuel efficient cars for an affordable price. Most famous, and most sold, is the Corolla model.

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Statistics for Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo is a brand known for building uniquely designed quality sports cars. The Italian brand became part of the Fiat Group in 1986 and managed to export their brand to many European countries and build an international reputation.

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Statistics for Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz is a German luxury car manufacturer with its headquarters located in Stuttgart, Germany. The company is one of the big three luxury car manufacturers together with BMW and Audi, who logically are its closest competitors. Mercedes is well known for its quality and durability of vehicles that usually have a long lifecycle.

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Statistics for Honda

Honda is a Japanese producer of cars and motorcycles and is currently the 7th largest auto manufacturer in the world, having produced 4,110,857 units just in 2013. The company is well acknowledged for its fuel efficiency which makes it a popular and good looking cost saver vehicle among its customers.

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Statistics for Chrysler

Chrysler is an American automobile manufacturer and is a wholly- owned subsidiary of Italian automaker Fiat. The Chrysler Group consists of the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram Truck brands as well as the performance SRT and Mopar brands.

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Statistics for Dodge

Dodge is division of the American car manufacturer Chrysler. Chrysler partnered with Fiat, an Italian car manufacturer, in 2009, which definitely affected Dodge. Under the new Fiat Chrysler Automobiles umbrella, Dodge has flourished, with models seeing a refresh and the introduction of the new Dodge Dart on a global platform.

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Statistics for Ram Trucks

Ram Trucks, formerly a division of Dodge, is an American spinoff brand using the name of the highly popular line of pickup trucks. While potentially confusing for customers, all pickups are now sold under the name of Ram, rather than Dodge. According to Fiat Chrysler, Ram Trucks’ mother company, this move was made in order to concentrate all sales and marketing efforts on “real truck customers” rather than casual buyers.

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Statistics for Chevrolet

Chevrolet, otherwise know as Chevy, is a division of the American automobile manufacturer General Motors. Originally founded in 1911, Chevrolet is still headquartered in Detroit, over one hundred years later. As one of America’s “Big Three” automakers, Chevrolet branded vehicles are sold in most automotive markets worldwide, with the exception of Oceania.

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Statistics for Bentley

Bentley Motors is a British automaker founded in 1919 and acquired by Rolls-Royce which was in turn acquired by Volkswagen AG. Throughout its history, Bentley has been associated with high-end, estate-style luxury vehicles that are almost entirely hand-built, often to order. The company currently produces three vehicles, including the Continental GT sports car, the Continental Flying Spur sedan and the Mulsanne estate saloon.

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Statistics for Hummer

Hummer is a brand of trucks and SUVs with its headquarters located in Detroit, United States that was purchased in 1998 by General Motors. The reason to buy Hummer could be said to be mainly a strategic one. Since Hummer was introduced, the vehicle has been subject to much discussion, mainly because it was seen as bigger in size, power and engine than any other.

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