Poland Full Year 2011: Skoda Octavia and Fabia still in command
* See the Top 100 best-selling models by clicking on the title! Many thanks to Antek *
Thanks to a tip from Antek I can now share with you a Top 100 models ranking for Poland for the first time on Best Selling Cars Blog! This ranking includes Light Commercial Vehicles. In 2011 Polish consumers bought 319,854 new vehicles, down 9% on 2010. The Skoda Octavia is the best-selling car in the country for the third year in a row with 16,042 sales and 5% share, down 8%.
In second place for the third consecutive time thanks to an excellent end of year, the Skoda Fabia sells 11,258 units for a 3.5% market share. The Opel Astra stays #3 with 11,148 sales, down 6%, ahead of the Ford Focus (-11%), Fiat Panda (-3%) and Toyota Yaris (-24%).
The VW Golf jumps 8 spots and 17% to #9 with 5,998 sales, the Ford Fiesta is up 11 ranks and 36% to #10, the Fiat Ducato is up 10 spots to #16, the Kia Sportage up 43% to #20, Dacia Duster up 78% to #28, Nissan Juke up 343% to #31 and Hyundai ix35 up 77% to #32.
Notice the only Chinese model in the ranking, the ZX Auto Grand Tiger, selling 24 units this year. In December, both Octavia and Fabia are above their yearly levels at 5.4% and 3.8% respectively, the Toyota Yaris is strong at #4 and the Nissan Juke shines at #17.
Previous post: Poland October 2011: VW Golf up to #4
Previous year: Poland Full Year 2010: Octavia, Fabia and Astra on podium
Full Year 2011 Top 100 and December 2011 Top 20 Ranking Tables below.