The Fiat 500L is assembled locally in Serbia.
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Based on data communicated by Central European market data specialists CE Auto, The Serbian new car market is up by a very dynamic 12% year-on-year in 2015 to 22.687 units, the long-awaited first year-on-year improvement since 2008. Local manufacturer Fiat reclaims the pole position in the models sales charts: the 500L, assembled in a factory based in Kragujevac, is back up 47% to a cool 8% share, reclaiming a throne it held in 2013 (9.2% share). The Skoda Fabia (-10%) drops down one spot but the Skoda Octavia (+6%) and Dacia Sandero (-6%) stay put while the Ford Fiesta, Opel Astra, Fiat Ducato and Skoda Superb leap from outside the Top 10 in 2014 to well inside in 2015. Brand-wise, thanks to the ‘revival’ of the 500L, Fiat (+29%) is catching up on market leader Skoda (+11%) at 17% share vs. 17.3%, with Volkswagen (+2%), Ford (+44%) and Opel (+40%) below. Renault (+24%), Mazda (+90%), Citroen (+234%) and Jeep (+282%) frankly outpace the market.
Previous month: Serbia November 2015: No threat on the horizon for the Fiat 500L
Previous year: Serbia Full Year 2014: Skoda Fabia overtakes Fiat 500L
Two years ago: Serbia Full Year 2013: Locally produced Fiat 500L grabs top spot
Full Year 2015 Top 10 models and Top 35 All-brands vs. Full 2014 figures below.
Full December 2015 Top 10 models Ranking Table below.