Israel February 2017: Hyundai and Kia on top, Suzuki up 89%

The facelifted and rebaptised Crossover helps push Israeli Suzuki sales up 89% in February. 

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today February data for Israel. After an all-time high score in January (45.210), the Israeli market falls flat in February at -1% to 25.290 units. Models data is now only available quarterly so we will focus on the brands for now. Market leader Hyundai frankly beats the market with a 25% surge to 4.620 sales and 18.3%, followed by its sister brands Kia at +3% and 14.9% share. Toyota is in trouble ay -19% but remains on the podium at #3. Below, notice Suzuki up 89% to #5, Renault up 84% to #7 and Chevrolet up 96% to #9. Further down, Cadillac gains 43%, Mini is up 61%, Jaguar up 180%, Maserati up 467% and MG up 722%. At the other end of the scale, brands struggling in Israel this month include Volkswagen (-30%), Subaru (-40%), Opel (-46%), Lexus (-48%), Ssangyong (-50%) and Isuzu (-82%)

Previous month: Israel January 2017: Hyundai tops all-time record market

One year ago: Israel February 2016: Hyundai leads again but Kia catches up

Full February 2017 Top 45 All-brands below.

Israel February 2017 – brands:

Pos Brand Feb-17 % /16 Jan 2017 % /16 Pos FY16
1 Hyundai 4,620 18.3% 25% 1 11,191 15.9% 28% 1 1
2 Kia 3,756 14.9% 3% 3 8,717 12.4% 18% 2 2
3 Toyota 2,325 9.2% -19% 2 7,333 10.4% 7% 3 3
4 Skoda 1,963 7.8% 15% 4 5,691 8.1% 18% 4 4
5 Suzuki 1,373 5.4% 89% 9 3,100 4.4% 95% 8 7
6 Mitsubishi 1,055 4.2% -28% 8 2,925 4.1% -17% 9 5
7 Renault 1,052 4.2% 84% 7 3,234 4.6% 89% 7 9
8 Nissan 1,007 4.0% -8% 6 3,431 4.9% 45% 5 8
9 Chevrolet/GMC 978 3.9% 96% 16 2,017 2.9% 100% 10 11
10 Citroen 737 2.9% -38% 13 1,906 2.7% -5% 12 14
11 Seat 657 2.6% 1% 10 2,014 2.9% -9% 11 12
12 Mazda 654 2.6% -55% 5 3,363 4.8% -25% 6 6
13 Volkswagen 600 2.4% -30% 18 1,367 1.9% -22% 17 10
14 Peugeot 588 2.3% -15% 14 1,720 2.4% 39% 13 16
15 Honda 531 2.1% 9% 15 1,653 2.3% 16% 14 15
16 Fiat 520 2.1% 9% 22 1,046 1.5% 20% 19 18
17 Subaru 452 1.8% -40% 17 1,321 1.9% -20% 18 13
18 Dacia 367 1.5% 26% 21 944 1.3% 48% 20 21
19 BMW 303 1.2% 28% 23 729 1.0% -14% 23 23
20 Opel 299 1.2% -46% 20 894 1.3% -42% 21 17
21 Audi 246 1.0% -25% 11 1,438 2.0% 3% 15 19
22 Mercedes 239 0.9% 5% 12 1,427 2.0% 26% 16 22
23 Ford 234 0.9% -17% 19 872 1.2% 16% 22 20
24 Jeep 113 0.4% 26% 31 205 0.3% 4% 28 27
25 Volvo 90 0.4% -19% 24 298 0.4% -7% 24 26
26 Lexus 79 0.3% -48% 26 231 0.3% -38% 26 25
27 MG 74 0.3% 722% 25 246 0.3% 1018% 25 34
28 Cadillac 67 0.3% 43% 28 208 0.3% 93% 27 33
29 Alfa Romeo 66 0.3% 27% 29 165 0.2% 42% 30 29
30 Mini 61 0.2% 61% 30 157 0.2% 12% 31 28
31 Isuzu 31 0.1% -82% 27 181 0.3% -59% 29 24
32 SsangYong 24 0.1% -50% 33 74 0.1% -38% 33 30
33 Porsche 24 0.1% n/a 37 48 0.1% 500% 37 38
34 Infiniti 19 0.1% -58% 32 94 0.1% -18% 32 31
35 Maserati 17 0.1% 467% 35 54 0.1% 350% 34 39
36 Land Rover 15 0.1% -53% 36 51 0.1% 4% 36 32
37 Smart 15 0.1% 88% 38 36 0.1% 6% 38 36
38 Jaguar 14 0.1% 180% 34 51 0.1% 143% 35 37
39 Chrysler 12 0.0% 50% 41 21 0.0% -5% 39 35
40 Abarth 6 0.0% -25% 39 20 0.0% 18% 40 40
41 DS 6 0.0% new 40 18 0.0% new 41 41
42 Aston Martin 1 0.0% n/a 42 6 0.0% n/a 42 42
43 Ferrari 0 0.0% -100% 43 3 0.0% 200% 43 44
44 Dodge 0 0.0% -100% 0 0.0% -100% 44 43
45 Maxus 0 0.0% n/a 0 0.0% n/a 45 45

Source: cartube.co.il

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