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No sign of improvement for the Greek car market, down 43% year-on-year in June to 5,524 registrations and bringing the year-to-date total to 32,377 units, down 41% on 2011. Citroen reaps the benefits of an aggressive pricing strategy and manages to place the C3 in pole position for the second month in a row with 466 sales and a huge 8.4% market share. This is the first time since September 1998 that a Citroen manages to hold the Greek #1 spot for 2 consecutive months. The Citroen C3 is now #4 year-to-date with 1,245 sales and 3.8% vs. #22 in 2011…
The next two models stay unchanged: the Toyota Yaris ranks #2 with 4.9% share while the Opel Corsa is #3 with 4.7%. The Opel Corsa is still in the lead year-to-date with 2,215 units and 6.8%. Within the Top 10, notice also the Seat Ibiza up 7 spots on May to #6, the Toyota Auris up 8 to #7 and the Kia Rio up a massive 32 ranks to #10. Further down, other great performers include the Citroen C1 at #13 vs. #35 in 2011, the VW Up! up to #24, the Chevrolet Cruze up to #30, the Suzuki SX4 up to #32 and the Fiat New Panda up to #38.
Previous month: Greece May 2012: A Citroen leads for the first time since 1999
One year ago: Greece June 2011: Opel Corsa continues to dominate
Full June 2012 Top 50 Ranking Table below.