quinta-feira, 26 de novembro de 2015

25 October 2015 - Victory Day

Due to the intensivety of the last few weeks, it was not possible to post celebrating the victory in the elections and the large protests








It's the Demography, Stupid

It's the Demography, Stupid. The real reason the West is in danger of extinction. If we are demographically sound, then there is no amount of terrorism, no amount of barbarism, no amount of stupid decisions by politicians, that can destroy the Western Civilization. The romans were defeated by the germanic invasors, but eventually their larger numbers meant that the germans were absorved into the Portuguese, Spanish, French & Italian population and latin-speaking countries were reborn. Similarly China was conquered by the Manchus, but eventually the chinese were so many, that they completely absorved the Manchus leading to the next extinction of the Manchus themselves and their language solely by intermariage, while China was reborn. On the opposite side, Amerindians reproduced slowly due to their high death rate and were largely wiped out of most of the americas (excluding Bolivia and Peru). So if you are numerous, even a catastrophic military defeat can become a rebirth. If you are not, then... well, if you are not, then people in 100 years from now will write books trying to explain why you disappeared.

So let's apply this to Poland, and the proposed government plan of giving money so that people have more children. The current & future demographic pyramid of Poland, as well as amount of children in families, is:

The chart for 2050 shows that Poland will face severe loss of population during 2070-2080, tens of millions, and it will be extremely hard to replace them due to the low amount of woman in birth bearing age:
Compare with Afganistan which generates a huge number of refugees going to Europe:


How many children people currently have:

Worker to Pensionist ratio for the USA, note that the USA receives tons of young migrants. For countries such as Poland and Japan the ration will be much worse, more like 1.5 to 1 by 2050. Pensions will be insanely low.
Compare this with Nigeria:






And here is proof that the African population explosion has nothing to do with they all being farmers. The Africans explosion lives in slums, they are not rural!


And a real life demonstration of how a fertility of 2,07 takes no immediate effect, but instead due to the large inertia in demographics, it takes a lot of time to stabilize and fertility changes cannot change short term trends in population loss or gain:


Not to mention the islamic problem:




Back to Poland

The original proposal was 500zl for each child, except the first which would get 0zl. The program is insanely expensive, however, costing around 22 billion zlotes per year. So many proposals are circulating as to how to make it affordable, some going as far as cutting most people out and giving only to the very poor, which in my oppinion would make the program nearly useless in solving our demographical death.

I propose that we should make a huge effort to convince people to have 3 children, not merely 2:

1> 1000zl be given for families with 3+ children, regardless of income
2> For very poor families give temporary help, such as during the first 3 years after birth 500zl, and the permanent help only if they achieve our 3 children target. Give more money if they have even more children. Make it a business case for some people to be children factories to compensate the huge amount of childless people.
3> Make a campaign, something like "Save Poland, have 3 chilren, 2 is not enough! We are each time less", show charts, etc, ask Churches to talk about it. It costs almost nothing, and might be even more effective than the money.
4> Offer all kinds of technological solutions for people that cannot have chilren, if necessary go as far as using bangladeshi surrogate mothers to give birth! Pay them properly and it will be no problem to find woman in poor countries willing to help us survive. The government should finance this for free.

I'm afraid of recommending 4 children, although that would be really necessary from my calculations, since 4 might seam to people insanely high and unachievable, while 3 is quite reasonable. So let's stick to a 3 children target.

Calculated necessary effect to stop our demographical death:

Demographers say we need a 5% margin, we need 2.1 children per woman on average to break even. So let's target at least 2.15 to have at least a 2,5% extra safety margin. We need the 5% margin to compensate for deaths by car accidents (around 3 thousand per year), to compensate for deaths due to all kinds of illnesses, airplane accidents, murders, suicides, terrorist attacks, etc, etc.

Actually to compensate for emigration to western countries we would need something like 2,3 or more, to help compensate for the dying west and repopulate it with poles, but from my calculatings even 2,15 is extremely hard, so this is likely not realistic.


Nr of Children Poland 2015
Poland Target

Percent Sum Percent Sum





0 0,3 0 0,3 0
1 0,2 0,2 0,1 0,1
2 0,37 0,74 0 0
3 0,07 0,21 0,47 1,41
4 0 0 0,07 0,28
5 0,06 0,3 0 0
6

0,06 0,36





Total
1,45
2,15

So currently our average is 1,45 children per woman. To get to our target 2,15 we need that:

1> I'll assume that the 30% childless cannot in any way be moved out of this state. I suppose that many will have all kinds of good reasons for not having children and will not be possible to move them to have children. I assume the following reasons:
1.1> Severe illness (think down, autism, paraplegy, etc)
1.2> Mental illness
1.3> is a hedonist that doesn't want to bother having children
1.4> is of Radical Environmentalist ideology, or pro-human extinction ideology
1.5> Couldn't find a proper mate
1.6> Celibacy
1.7> etc, etc, etc

2> EVERYONE that has currently 2 children should have 1 more child

3> Half the people that currently have 1 children would hear our call and have 3 children

4> Everyone having 3 or more children would have 1 more child

So, if the program as I proposed would be able to achieve this effect, it would be wonderful, although its highly unlikely. But if it could, I guess it would be worth, even if it would eventually cost 22 billions per year as more people having children would make for more people inside the program rules. No amount of money is too much when survival is at stake.

segunda-feira, 23 de novembro de 2015

White Lives Don't Matter in USA

This just appeared since a few days as top USA News in Google News. Its not something I searched up:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/11/23/ind-police-arrest-teen-for-rape-murder-of-pastors-pregnant-wife-amanda-blackburn/

The wife of a Pastor was raped and killed while pregnant. No mention that the 3 murderers were black. You can read it in multiple websites without seeing any mention of this.

Of the major news channels, only Fox News did show the mug shots:

http://fox59.com/2015/11/20/sister-of-potential-suspect-in-amanda-blackburns-murder-defends-her-brother/

The sister was saying that he was "turning his life around", very funny.

Here is a pro-white news item on the subject:

You have to search it up in pro-white websites like this one to find out:

http://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/2015/11/new-details-surrounding-death-of-amanda.html

And a Christian website take on the issue:

http://jezebel.com/one-teen-charged-two-others-detained-in-rape-and-murde-1744158622

The Christian website can't tire of criticizing the "racist non-sense" arising from some people's take on this horror.

Here is a plotting of "murder rate" vs "black population share" in the USA, sorry for the low resolution, but its really hard to find this racist plotting of racist FBI information out there. Clearly the more blacks, the more murders:
Some more statistics (source http://www.infowars.com/black-crime-facts-that-the-white-liberal-media-darent-talk-about/):

– FACT: Despite making up just 13% of the population, blacks commit around half of homicides in the United States. DOJ statistics show that between 1980 and 2008, blacks committed 52% of homicides, compared to 45% of homicides committed by whites.
More up to date FBI statistics tell a similar story. In 2013, black criminals carried out 38% of murders, compared to 31.1% for whites, again despite the fact that there are five times more white people in the U.S.
– FACT: From 2011 to 2013, 38.5 per cent of people arrested for murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault were black. This figure is three times higher than the 13% black population figure. When you account for the fact that black males aged 15-34, who account for around 3% of the population, are responsible for the vast majority of these crimes, the figures are even more staggering.
– FACT: Despite the fact that black people commit an equal or greater number of violent crimes than whites, whites are almost TWICE as likely to be killed by police officers.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, between 1999 and 2011, 2,151 whites died as a result of being shot by police compared to 1,130 blacks.
– FACT: Despite being outnumbered by whites five to one, blacks commit eight times more crimes against whites than vice-versa, according to FBI statistics from 2007. A black male is 40 times as likely to assault a white person as the reverse. These figures also show that interracial rape is almost exclusively black on white.

Stuff that really matters to USA people:

Meanwhile, also a top USA news, a white teacher said "nigger" and there were protests and she was summarily fired. Oh yeah! Keep it up America, fight hard for what matters, like white people saying "nigger": https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2015/11/23/kansas-professor-under-investigation-for-using-racial-slur-that-left-students-in-tears/

A black teacher saying bad things about whites would never be fired.

Gabrielle Byrd, the classroom’s only black student, told The Washington Post that she almost couldn’t believe what she’d just heard. That particular racial slur, Byrd noted, is one she refuses to speak out loud herself.

“I was incredibly shocked that the word was spoken, regardless of the context,” Byrd said Monday. “I turned to the classmate siting next to me and asked if this was really happening. Before I left the classroom, I was in tears.”

WTF??? "Refuses to speak out loud herself". "in tears" kkkkkkk this is hilarious!! I guess she never heard the music "Nigga, nigga, nigga": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x5ZRAVXxr8

How a different culture would react to such a thing:

A Yazidi woman that married a Sunni guy and converted was honor-killed by her relatives. To avenge that the Yazidi dared to touch a Sunni woman, the Sunnis massacrated a whole village killing more than 500. For such a small damage (the woman was yazidi afterall), they made a ridiculously huge revange, showing they will fight viciously against anyone that attacks any sunii. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Yazidi_communities_bombings

There is also the case of 2 pakistanis gang-raping a foreigner in Saudi Arabia. The criminals were rightfully beheaded: http://tribune.com.pk/story/66225/two-pakistanis-beheaded-in-saudi-for-rape/

"The two were found guilty of storming the house of a foreign family
and raping a woman" -> soon Saudi Arabia will be safer for whites than
USA? Wierd world...

USA reaction to Blackburn rape & murder:

Nothing, zero, not a single "white lives matter" protest, zip, NO-ONE GIVES A SHIT. Not even the husband.

If it was me, I'm not afraid to say that I'd kill not only the murders, but their sisters, mothers, their whole families.

My conclusions:

Today's whites and also Christian whites, are a bunch of spineless cowards, who couldn't defend themselves from people torturing and murdering them, but even more piece of shit is that they WILL FIGHT agains "racizzttzzz", which pretty much are the only people that GIVE A SHIT. So not only their don't care about being tortured, they fight against those that want to save them.

No, that's not holy, thats not Christian. It is being a spineless piece of shit.

I much prefer Christianity that was not spineless, Christianity that waged crusades, Christianity that killed ottoman soldiers by impaling them anally in spikes, Christianity that conquered the Americas.

This masoquistic, anti-white Christianity? I don't want to have anything to do with it. I'd rather convert to Islam than to have anything with these cowards.

quarta-feira, 30 de setembro de 2015

Best selling cars in Europe - 1st quarter 2015

Source: http://left-lane.com/european-car-sales-analysis-july-2015-models/


Model Jan-Jul 2015 Jan-Jul 2014 change
1 Volkswagen Golf 321.299 312.080 3,0%
2 Ford Fiesta 196.460 191.147 2,8%
3 Renault Clio 187.385 185.402 1,1%
4 Volkswagen Polo 184.153 162.646 13,2%
5 Opel/Vauxhall Corsa 167.325 152.005 10,1%
6 Ford Focus 146.872 139.008 5,7%
7 Nissan Qashqai 144.032 128.489 12,1%
8 Peugeot 208 137.481 135.716 1,3%
9 Volkswagen Passat 132.474 94.984 39,5%
10 Skoda Octavia 130.505 123.664 5,5%
11 Audi A3 / S3 / RS3 125.427 122.708 2,2%
12 Renault Captur 121.099 100.177 20,9%
13 Peugeot 308 121.000 91.548 32,2%
14 Opel/Vauxhall Astra 117.283 112.668 4,1%
15 Fiat 500 114.452 112.074 2,1%
16 Toyota Yaris 109.642 103.152 6,3%
17 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 106.128 72.019 47,4%
18 Fiat Panda 105.389 94.172 11,9%
19 Opel/Vauxhall Mokka 100.041 71.110 40,7%
20 Peugeot 2008 96.797 84.414 14,7%
21 Skoda Fabia 92.697 70.462 31,6%
22 Dacia Sandero 91.989 89.003 3,4%
23 Volkswagen Tiguan 89.798 96.806 -7,2%
24 Seat Leon 88.755 82.568 7,5%
25 BMW 3-series 83.554 106.320 -21,4%
26 Renault Megane 81.503 83.198 -2,0%
27 Mini 81.150 46.470 74,6%
28 Dacia Duster 79.225 79.315 -0,1%
29 Audi A4 / S4 / RS4 78.625 76.419 2,9%
30 Seat Ibiza 76.380 71.333 7,1%
31 Citroën C3 74.914 84.309 -11,1%
32 BMW 1-series 74.244 79.472 -6,6%
33 Toyota Auris 72.669 77.767 -6,6%
34 Citroën C4 (Grand) Picasso 71.046 76.728 -7,4%
35 Renault (Grand) Scenic 70.537 70.261 0,4%
36 Mercedes-Benz A-Class 70.373 72.642 -3,1%
37 Kia Sportage 66.253 58.058 14,1%
38 Volkswagen Up! 65.960 80.009 -17,6%
39 Hyundai ix35 65.185 55.840 16,7%
40 Volkswagen Sportsvan 65.025 13.841 369,8%
41 Nissan Juke 63.184 57.381 10,1%
42 Ford Kuga 60.525 49.552 22,1%
43 BMW 2-series 58.633 7.513 680,4%
44 Renault Twingo 58.547 42.393 38,1%
45 Hyundai i20 58.452 47.358 23,4%
46 Audi A6 / S6 / RS6 / Allroad 58.190 51.942 12,0%
47 Fiat 500L 56.745 64.612 -12,2%
48 Opel/Vauxhall Insignia 56.101 59.341 -5,5%
49 Audi A1 54.352 59.221 -8,2%
50 Hyundai i10 53.675 48.706 10,2%
51 BMW 5-series 53.330 62.290 -14,4%
52 Toyota Aygo 52.275 37.913 37,9%
53 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 51.596 63.285 -18,5%
54 Fiat Punto 51.327 55.257 -7,1%
55 Ford (Grand) C-Max 50.481 57.586 -12,3%
56 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 50.462 55.171 -8,5%
57 Citroën C4 Cactus 50.339 6.244 706,2%
58 Audi Q3 50.235 47.707 5,3%
59 Volkswagen Touran 49.001 60.392 -18,9%
60 Ford Mondeo 48.372 30.675 57,7%
61 Hyundai i30 46.370 51.336 -9,7%
62 Kia Cee’d 46.213 46.888 -1,4%
63 Volvo XC60 45.387 34.540 31,4%
64 BMW 4-series 44.784 29.459 52,0%
65 Volvo V40 44.630 43.776 2,0%
66 Skoda Rapid 43.421 47.824 -9,2%
67 Peugeot 108 43.209 3.743 1054,4%
68 Peugeot 3008 42.295 51.676 -18,2%
69 Skoda Yeti 40.004 37.974 5,3%
70 Nissan Micra 39.964 39.230 1,9%
71 Citroën C1 39.289 27.589 42,4%
72 Lancia/Chrysler Ypsilon 38.832 39.881 -2,6%
73 Kia Rio 38.734 35.796 8,2%
74 Audi Q5 38.482 35.656 7,9%
75 Fiat 500X 37.296 0 New
76 Toyota RAV4 36.529 32.511 12,4%
77 Mercedes-Benz GLA 35.889 21.644 65,8%
78 Opel/Vauxhall Zafira 35.579 52.342 -32,0%
79 Opel/Vauxhall Adam 34.580 32.590 6,1%
80 Volkswagen Transporter / Multivan 34.439 30.219 14,0%
81 Opel/Vauxhall Meriva 34.302 36.154 -5,1%
82 Mazda CX-5 34.266 34.921 -1,9%
83 Range Rover Evoque 33.941 31.843 6,6%
84 Dacia Logan 33.834 34.561 -2,1%
85 Smart Fortwo 33.691 35.887 -6,1%
86 Mercedes-Benz CLA 33.568 22.299 50,5%
87 Suzuki Swift 33.311 28.945 15,1%
88 Mazda3 33.116 28.666 15,5%
89 Kia Picanto 33.001 32.116 2,8%
90 Jeep Renegade 31.778 21 New
91 Citroën C4 31.156 43.205 -27,9%
92 Nissan Note 30.931 42.863 -27,8%
93 Ford Ka 30.712 33.389 -8,0%
94 Ford B-Max 29.056 36.247 -19,8%
95 Honda CR-V 28.987 30.290 -4,3%
96 Audi A5 / S5 / RS5 28.982 30.607 -5,3%
97 DS3 28.411 34.888 -18,6%
98 Peugeot 508 28.342 26.126 8,5%
99 Nissan Pulsar 27.951 28 New
100 Volvo V70 / XC70 27.820 26.226 6,1%
101 Mitsubishi ASX 27.748 20.212 37,3%
102 Skoda Superb 27.138 28.452 -4,6%
103 Volkswagen Caddy Life 27.040 27.450 -1,5%
104 Mini Countryman / Paceman 26.931 36.966 -27,1%
105 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 26.671 26.334 1,3%
106 BMW X3 26.563 29.646 -10,4%
107 Mitsubishi Outlander 25.258 18.701 35,1%
108 Smart Forfour 25.172 6 New
109 Citroën C3 Picasso 25.091 34.573 -27,4%
110 Honda Civic 24.858 24.823 0,1%
111 Volvo V60 24.668 25.024 -1,4%
112 BMW X1 24.134 37.655 -35,9%
113 Nissan X-Trail 23.716 4.590 416,7%
114 Volkswagen Sharan 23.648 21.902 8,0%
115 Skoda Citigo 23.354 25.066 -6,8%
116 Hyundai ix20 22.699 22.929 -1,0%
117 BMW X5 22.191 22.736 -2,4%
118 Citroën Berlingo Multispace 21.572 22.907 -5,8%
119 Ford Ecosport 21.306 4.024 429,5%
120 Fiat Ducato 20.528 18.675 9,9%
121 Peugeot 5008 20.353 23.434 -13,1%
122 Mitsubishi Space Star / Mirage 19.950 9.904 101,4%
123 Toyota Verso 19.819 20.279 -2,3%
124 Honda Jazz 19.327 23.597 -18,1%
125 Suzuki S-Cross 18.772 24.142 -22,2%
126 Mazda2 18.567 14.365 29,3%
127 Mazda6 18.404 19.682 -6,5%
128 Kia Venga 18.148 16.132 12,5%
129 Toyota Avensis 17.678 17.826 -0,8%
130 Suzuki Vitara 17.550 0 New
131 Land Rover Discovery Sport 17.198 0 New
132 Range Rover Sport 17.030 16.134 5,6%
133 Volkswagen Beetle 16.484 20.005 -17,6%
134 Seat Alhambra 15.382 13.441 14,4%
135 Hyundai i40 14.986 15.836 -5,4%
136 Dacia Dokker 14.985 11.846 26,5%
137 Dacia Lodgy 14.982 12.980 15,4%
138 BMW X4 14.646 2.138 585,0%
139 Seat Mii 14.465 13.993 3,4%
140 Peugeot Partner Tepee / Ranch 14.406 15.487 -7,0%
141 Porsche Macan 14.356 7.478 92,0%
142 Audi TT 13.976 6.896 102,7%
143 Renault Kangoo 13.758 15.064 -8,7%
144 Skoda Roomster 13.680 16.082 -14,9%
145 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 13.618 3.475 291,9%
146 Suzuki Celerio 13.588 0 New
147 Kia Carens 13.587 14.840 -8,4%
148 Volkswagen Touareg 13.120 12.038 9,0%
149 Mercedes-Benz GLK 12.684 15.063 -15,8%
150 Seat Altea 12.288 11.462 7,2%
151 Mercedes-Benz M-Class 11.876 13.815 -14,0%
152 Porsche Cayenne 11.757 7.778 51,2%
153 Renault Kadjar 11.091 0 New
154 Jaguar XF 10.686 12.621 -15,3%
155 DS4 10.620 13.251 -19,9%
156 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 10.489 10.951 -4,2%
157 Hyundai Santa Fe 9.980 7.764 28,5%
158 Nissan Leaf 9.701 8.232 17,8%
159 Kia Sorento 9.600 5.418 77,2%
160 Porsche 911 9.553 8.701 9,8%
161 Renault Zoe 9.358 4.266 119,4%
162 Renault Espace 9.022 4.848 86,1%
163 Toyota Corolla 9.001 8.792 2,4%
164 BMW X6 8.915 3.267 172,9%
165 Ford Tourneo Connect 8.900 5.400 64,8%
166 Subaru Forester 8.819 8.324 5,9%
167 Fiat Freemont 8.767 10.402 -15,7%
168 Range Rover 8.753 7.403 18,2%
169 Citroën C5 8.635 12.284 -29,7%
170 Alfa Romeo MiTo 8.418 10.543 -20,2%
171 Audi Q7 8.371 6.627 26,3%
172 Ford Tourneo Courier 8.300 700 1085,7%
173 Kia Soul 8.226 4.958 65,9%
174 Tesla Model S 8.082 5.720 41,3%
175 Lexus NX 8.011 0 New
176 Mercedes-Benz CLS 7.981 6.303 26,6%
177 Jeep Cherokee 7.957 3.604 120,8%
178 Ford Tourneo Connect 7.900 5.400 46,3%
179 Jeep Grand Cherokee 7.834 8.286 -5,5%
180 Ford S-Max 7.650 19.891 -61,5%
181 Land Rover Discovery 7.565 6.581 15,0%
182 Volkswagen Scirocco 7.414 5.271 40,7%
183 Mercedes-Benz SLK 7.400 7.759 -4,6%
184 Mercedes-Benz Vito / Viano Combi 7.315 11.928 -38,7%
185 DS5 7.237 8.061 -10,2%
186 Suzuki Jimny 7.203 6.065 18,8%
187 Volvo XC90 7.200 5.549 29,8%
188 Renault Trafic Passenger 7.153 6.657 7,5%
189 Ford Tourneo Courier 7.100 700 914,3%
190 Citroën C4 Aircross 7.072 7.172 -1,4%
191 Volkswagen CC 7.007 10.110 -30,7%
192 Audi A7 / S7 / RS7 6.728 5.153 30,6%
193 Volkswagen Jetta 6.695 6.012 11,4%
194 Fiat Qubo 6.670 6.672 0,0%
195 Opel Karl / Vauxhall Viva 6.659 0 New
196 Seat Toledo 6.616 6.583 0,5%
197 Renault Laguna 6.484 11.223 -42,2%
198 Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro Tour 6.328 5.443 16,3%
199 Subaru Legacy / Outback 6.132 3.914 56,7%
200 Ford Tourneo Custom 6.000 4.800 25,0%
201 Fiat Doblo 5.684 4.250 33,7%
202 Subaru XV 5.684 6.317 -10,0%
203 BMW i3 5.669 5.514 2,8%
204 Volvo S60 5.666 7.183 -21,1%
205 Suzuki Alto 5.588 17.305 -67,7%
206 Mazda CX-3 5.542 0 New
207 Lexus CT 5.454 5.634 -3,2%
208 Ford Tourneo Custom 5.300 4.800 10,4%
209 Ford Galaxy 5.118 12.286 -58,3%
210 Jaguar XE 4.970 0 New
211 Lexus IS 4.654 6.369 -26,9%
212 Mazda5 4.633 4.136 12,0%
213 BMW 6-series 4.510 5.109 -11,7%
214 Opel/Vauxhall Antara 4.353 5.313 -18,1%
215 Toyota Prius 4.329 4.909 -11,8%
216 Audi A8 / S8 4.204 4.406 -4,6%
217 Toyota Verso-S 4.198 3.937 6,6%
218 Toyota Prius+ 4.160 3.535 17,7%
219 Renault Koleos 4.134 4.736 -12,7%
220 SsangYong Korando 3.990 2.572 55,1%
221 Citroën C-Elysee 3.891 4.269 -8,9%
222 Ford Transit Tourneo 3.863 3.443 12,2%
223 Nissan NV200 Evalia 3.715 3.581 3,7%
224 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Combi 3.616 3.675 -1,6%
225 Jeep Wrangler 3.583 3.040 17,9%
226 Renault Fluence 3.514 3.713 -5,4%
227 Opel/Vauxhall Cascada 3.480 4.695 -25,9%
228 Toyota Land Cruiser 3.401 3.990 -14,8%
229 Mitsubishi Pajero / Montero / Shogun 3.347 2.606 28,4%
230 Peugeot Expert Tepee 3.150 2.766 13,9%
231 Jaguar F-type 3.123 3.033 3,0%
232 Maserati Ghibli 3.031 2.792 8,6%
233 BMW Z4 2.995 3.780 -20,8%
234 Porsche Boxster 2.967 3.389 -12,5%
235 Peugeot RCZ 2.875 3.976 -27,7%
236 Suzuki SX4 2.806 8.914 -68,5%
237 Porsche Panamera 2.740 3.721 -26,4%
238 Mitsubishi Lancer 2.542 2.024 25,6%
239 BMW 7-series 2.491 3.150 -20,9%
240 Mercedes-Benz GL 2.413 2.629 -8,2%
241 Suzuki Splash 2.331 8.922 -73,9%
242 Mercedes-Benz Citan Combi 2.328 2.567 -9,3%
243 Lexus RX 2.266 2.841 -20,2%
244 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2.155 4.065 -47,0%
245 Opel/Vauxhall Agila 1.993 7.923 -74,8%
246 Mazda MX-5 1.984 3.719 -46,7%
247 Porsche Cayman 1.984 1.964 1,0%
248 Kia Optima 1.982 1.904 4,1%
249 Infiniti Q50 1.940 1.504 29,0%
250 Hyundai Tucson 1.821 0 New
251 Volkswagen Eos 1.713 2.683 -36,2%
252 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 1.706 1.375 24,1%
253 Honda Accord 1.697 2.081 -18,5%
254 Lancia/Chrysler Voyager 1.636 2.722 -39,9%
255 Peugeot 301 1.624 2.024 -19,8%
256 Mercedes-AMG GT 1.552 0 New
257 Peugeot 4008 1.521 1.540 -1,2%
258 Volvo S80 1.509 1.870 -19,3%
259 BMW i8 1.485 261 469,0%
260 MG3 1.480 1.093 35,4%
261 Mercedes-Benz SL 1.390 1.959 -29,0%
262 SsangYong Rexton 1.360 1.178 15,4%
263 Peugeot 207 1.329 14.324 -90,7%
264 SsangYong Tivoli 1.241 0 New
265 Renault Twizy 1.122 1.334 -15,9%
266 Peugeot Bipper Tepee 1.067 1.422 -25,0%
267 Jaguar XJ 1.042 1.243 -16,2%
268 Volkswagen Phaeton 1.037 1.129 -8,1%
269 Hyundai Elantra 1.030 706 45,9%
270 SsangYong Rodius / Stavic 1.016 760 33,7%
271 Toyota GT86 1.005 1.871 -46,3%
272 Bentley Continental GT / GTC 991 1.025 -3,3%
273 Lada Niva 981 792 23,9%
274 Citroën Nemo Multispace 974 1.606 -39,4%
275 Lexus GS 959 1.440 -33,4%
276 Infiniti QX70 933 581 60,6%
277 Ferrari 458 Italia 724 1.056 -31,4%
278 Peugeot iOn 724 296 144,6%
279 Land Rover Defender 689 794 -13,2%
280 Audi R8 670 621 7,9%
281 Mercedes-Benz GLE 667 0 New
282 Ferrari California 650 203 220,2%
283 Alfa Romeo 4C 604 670 -9,9%
284 Hyundai H1 / Starex 567 609 -6,9%
285 Subaru Impreza 540 1.534 -64,8%
286 Maserati Quattroporte 539 517 4,3%
287 Nissan 370Z 512 453 13,0%
288 Ford Mustang 500 0 New
289 Citroën C-Zero 497 503 -1,2%
290 Aston Martin V8/V12 Vantage 454 478 -5,0%
291 Nissan Murano 452 350 29,1%
292 Mitsubishi i-MiEV 430 420 2,4%
293 Jeep Compass 426 3.837 -88,9%
294 MG6 426 314 35,7%
295 Chevrolet Spark 386 9.460 -95,9%
296 Lamborghini Huracan 386 55 601,8%
297 Nissan Pathfinder 352 1.194 -70,5%
298 Infiniti Q70 344 73 371,2%
299 Bentley Flying Spur 344 410 -16,1%
300 Land Rover Freelander 318 11.690 -97,3%
301 Fiat Bravo 292 2.614 -88,8%
302 Hyundai Veloster 290 546 -46,9%
303 Lexus RC 269 0 New
304 Mitsubishi Attrage 258 0 New
305 Subaru BRZ 252 387 -34,9%
306 Chevrolet Camaro 249 675 -63,1%
307 Aston Martin Vanquish 238 228 4,4%
308 Lancia/Chrysler Delta 235 2.807 -91,6%
309 Lotus Elise 228 158 44,3%
310 Fiat Sedici 223 1.763 -87,4%
311 Maserati GranTurismo 223 244 -8,6%
312 Ferrari F12 218 327 -33,3%
313 Lotus Exige 199 177 12,4%
314 Aston Martin DB9 192 168 14,3%
315 Opel/Vauxhall Ampera 181 504 -64,1%
316 Chevrolet Trax 180 8.760 -97,9%
317 Maserati GranCabrio 178 160 11,3%
318 Lamborghini Aventador 174 159 9,4%
319 Hyundai Genesis 168 62 171,0%
320 Rolls Royce Wraith 153 214 -28,5%
321 Rolls Royce Ghost 139 115 20,9%
322 Jaguar XK 139 1.157 -88,0%
323 Bentley Mulsanne 135 111 21,6%
324 Aston Martin Rapide 116 93 24,7%
325 Infiniti QX50 114 79 44,3%
326 DR5 110 35 214,3%
327 Toyota iQ 110 2.685 -95,9%
328 Ferrari FF 107 120 -10,8%
329 Chevrolet Cruze 107 7.016 -98,5%
330 Chevrolet Aveo 103 3.526 -97,1%
331 Lotus Evora 101 55 83,6%
332 Peugeot 107 81 23.792 -99,7%
333 Renault Latitude 73 294 -75,2%
334 Citroën C8 65 1.418 -95,4%
335 Rolls Royce Phantom 64 70 -8,6%
336 DR CityCross 56 96 -41,7%
337 Peugeot 807 55 1.377 -96,0%
338 Tata Indica 42 213 -80,3%
339 Chevrolet Captiva 40 2.807 -98,6%
340 Subaru Trezia 38 249 -84,7%
341 Suzuki Kizashi 34 171 -80,1%
342 Chevrolet Orlando 33 2.793 -98,8%
343 Honda CR-Z 31 214 -85,5%
344 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 30 352 -91,5%
345 Honda Insight 26 388 -93,3%
346 Lancia Thema / Chrysler 300C 25 319 -92,2%
347 Toyota Urban Cruiser 22 290 -92,4%
348 Ferrari 488 GTB 20 0 New
349 Tata Xenon 20 26 -23,1%
350 Mitsubishi Colt 14 192 -92,7%
351 Volkswagen Golf Plus 13 6.221 -99,8%
352 Hyundai Genesis coupe 8 60 -86,7%
353 Lamborghini Gallardo 7 65 -89,2%
354 Seat Exeo 7 216 -96,8%
355 Mercedes-Benz R-Class 5 24 -79,2%
356 Fiat Linea 5 158 -96,8%

Most popular in Poland in 2015, source: http://www.pzpm.org.pl/pl/content/download/6213/30667/file/PZPM_CEP_info_osobdost_08_2015.pdf




Jan-Aug 2015 Jan-Aug 2014
1 Skoda Octavia 9409 4,1% 9543 4,3%
2 Skoda Fabia 7780 3,4% 6810 3,1%
3 Volkswagen Golf 7275 3,1% 5836 2,6%
4 Opel Astra 6887 3,0% 5648 2,6%
5 Toyota Yaris 6463 2,8% 4682 2,1%
6 Toyota Auris 6232 2,7% 6026 2,7%
7 Skoda Rapid 6154 2,7% 5436 2,5%
8 Ford Focus 6038 2,6% 6814 3,1%
9 Opel Corsa 5233 2,3% 4975 2,2%
10 Volkswagen Passat 4935 2,1% 4210 1,9%
11 Renault Clio 4802 2,1% 3841 1,7%
12 Dacia Duster 4059 1,8% 4217 1,9%
13 Nissan Qashqai 3839 1,7% 3320 1,5%
14 Kia Sportage 3337 1,4% 3483 1,6%
15 Kia Cee'D 3089 1,3% 3364 1,5%
16 Opel Mokka 3059 1,3% 1323 0,6%
17 Ford Mondeo 2941 1,3% 1978 0,9%
18 Toyota Corolla 2830 1,2% 2334 1,1%
19 Seat Leon 2790 1,2% 1765 0,8%
20 Renault Megane 2768 1,2% 2672 1,2%

Top 20
99920 43,26% 88277 39,86%

Rest
131065 56,74% 133200 60,14%









E no Brasil, de Janeiro a Agosto de 2015: http://quatrorodas.abril.com.br/autoservico/top50/2015.shtml


1 Fiat Palio 83331
2 Chevrolet Onix 77514
3 Fiat Strada 72341
4 Hyundai HB20 69983
5 Ford Ka 62080
6 Volkswagen Gol 57993
7 Fiat Uno 56860
8 Volkswagen Fox/CrossFox 56207
9 Renault Sandero 51914
10 Chevrolet Prisma 45122
11 Toyota Corolla 43819
12 Volkswagen Saveiro 42417
13 Fiat Siena 42165
14 Volkswagen Up 37123
15 Hyundai HB20S 36065
16 Ford Fiesta 30180
17 Volkswagen Voyage 29764
18 Honda Fit 29350
20 Honda HR-V 27437
19 Ford Ka+ 24541
22 Toyota Etios Hatch 23916
23 Ford Ecosport 23703
24 Honda Civic 23260
21 Chevrolet S10 23176
26 Renault Duster 22978
25 Chevrolet Classic 22648
27 Toyota Hilux 22404
28 Renault Logan 22336
31 Chevrolet Spin 18143
30 Chevrolet Montana 18130
32 Honda City 17813
29 Chevrolet Celta 17644
33 Toyota Etios Sedan 17319
34 Chevrolet Cobalt 16285
35 Nissan March 16027
38 Jeep Renegade 14837
36 Ford Ranger 12710
37 Citroën C3 11794
40 Fiat Punto 11163
45 Ford Focus 10950
39 Hyundai ix35 10878
41 Renault Clio 10755
42 Fiat Fiorino 10676
43 Mitsubishi L200 10392
44 Peugeot 208 10064
47 Nissan Versa 9883
46 Nissan Sentra 9059
49 Volkswagen Amarok 8381
48 Hyundai Tucson 8357
50 Chevrolet Cruze Sedan 7973