Slovenia Full Year 2016: Renault Clio leads, Captur in Top 5

Renault Clio Slovenia 2016. Picture courtesy caradvice.com.auThe Renault Clio has now been #1 in Slovenia for 19 consecutive years. 

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New car sales in Slovenia are up 7% year-on-year in 2016 to 63.673 units, with the Top 4 best-selling carmakers unchanged on 2015: Volkswagen continues to lead the way with 15.3% share (+6%) ahead of Renault (-1%), Skoda (+10%) and Opel (+6%). Hyundai surges 43% and five spots on last year to land at #5, distancing Ford (-9%), Peugeot (-1%) and Dacia (+9%). Kia (+14%), Audi (+16%), Mercedes (+16%), Seat (+17%), Mazda (+18%), Fiat (+22%), BMW (+32%) and Suzuki (+61%) all post double-digit gains within the Top 20. Among smaller-volume brands, Lexus (+41%), Jaguar (+44%), Land Rover (+54%), Porsche (+55%), Volvo (+64%) and Mini (+68%) stand out.

Renault Captur Slovenia 2016. Picture courtesy caradvice.com.auThe Renault Captur was #1 in August.

In the models ranking, the Renault Clio holds the top spot for an astounding 19th consecutive year despite sales down 12% to 3.854 and 6.1% share. If the Clio still maintains a comfortable advantage over the #2, the VW Golf at 4.1% (-7%), its domination was clearly eroded this year: it only ranked 1st for seven months and even fell to #12 in August when the Renault Captur took the lead for the first time. The VW Golf topped the monthly sales charts in March and September, the Skoda Octavia (up 18% to #3 in 2016) was #1 in February while the VW Polo (#4 annually) was tops in July and October. The Captur surges 48% to rank 5th overall this year, followed closely by the Opel Astra (+47%) while the Hyundai Tucson (+199%) stops just short of posting a Top 10 finish and the VW Touran is boosted up 231% by the new generation to #14. The Renault Talisman is the only all-new nameplate in the Top 100 (#88).

Previous month: Slovenia November 2016: Renault down 37%, Dacia up 139%

Previous year: Slovenia Full Year 2015: Renault Clio celebrates 18 years on top

Two years ago: Slovenia Full Year 2014: Renault Clio leads, Captur up to #5

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Slovenia November 2016: Renault down 37%, Dacia up 139%

Dacia Duster Hungary OctoberSlovenia November 2016. Picture courtesy autocar.co.ukDacia Duster sales are up 333% year-on-year in November in Slovenia.

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The Slovenian market is up 5% year-on-year in November to 5.337 units, lifting the year-to-date tally up 6% to 59.596. Volkswagen remains the most popular brand in the country with sales up 15% to hit 16.7% share, distancing Renault (-37%), Skoda (+1), Opel (-4%) and Ford (+20%) – in this way replicating the Top 5 YTD ranking. Dacia (+139%), Hyundai (+81%), Audi (+42%), BMW (+43%), Suzuki (+48%), Mercedes (+87%) and  Honda (+173%) all post spectacular gains inside the Top 20. In spite of freefalling 60% year-on-year, the Renault Clio reclaims the Slovenian models ranking pole position from the VW Polo (#1 in October) at 253 sales and 4.8% share, ahead of the Skoda Octavia (+43%), Dacia Duster (up 4-fold!), VW Golf, Polo and Passat. The Hyundai Tucson is up 38% to #7, the Renault Mégane up 133% to #8 and the VW Tiguan up 206% to #14.

Previous month: Slovenia October 2016: VW Polo takes lead in market down 4%

One year ago: Slovenia November 2015: Renault Clio hits 12.5% share, market up 21%

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Slovenia October 2016: VW Polo takes lead in market down 4%

vw-polo-slovenia-octiber-2016-picture-courtesy-quattroruote-itThe VW Polo is the best-selling nameplate in Slovenia in October. 

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The Slovenian new car market is down 4% year-on-year in October to 5.239 registrations, however the year-to-date tally remains frankly in positive territory at +6.5% to 54.259 units. Volkswagen (+12%) frankly beats the market to remain in charge in the brands ranking ahead of Renault (-9%) while Skoda (+20%), Opel (+32%) and Kia (+105%) all post spectacular gains. Ford (-29%), Hyundai (-31%) and Dacia (-40%) struggle but Jeep (+20%), Mercedes (+33%) and Mazda (+57%) shine. Model-wise, the VW Polo (+72%) takes the lead this month with 5.1% share ahead of the Renault Clio (-47%), Skoda Octavia (+73%) and Renault Captur (+73%). The new generation-boosted Renault Mégane (+101%), Opel Astra (+234%) and VW Tiguan (+367%) also impress.

Previous month: Slovenia September 2016: VW Golf leads, Dacia Duster in 5th place

One year ago: Slovenia October 2015: Hyundai Tucson soars to 6th place

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Slovenia September 2016: VW Golf leads, Dacia Duster in 5th place

Dacia Duster Slovenia September 2016. Picture courtesy autocar.co.ukDacia sales are up 168% year-on-year in September in Slovenia. 

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The Slovenian new car market is up 11% year-on-year in September to 5.036 deliveries, lifting the year-to-date tally up 8% to 49.020. Volkswagen follows the market at +12% to 15.9% market share, ahead of Renault at 10.2% (-9%), Skoda at 9.4% (+16%) and Hyundai at 6.2% (+6%). Opel (+28%), Nissan (+29%), Citroen (+24%) and Dacia (+168%) post the most impressive year-on-year inside the Top 10 while below Fiat (+22%), Suzuki (+21%), Mercedes (+20%), Volvo (+38%), Honda (+64%) and Porsche (+167%) also shine. The VW Golf is up one spot on August to become the best-selling model in Slovenia with 4% share, ahead of the VW Polo, Skoda Octavia and Renault Clio. The Dacia Duster is up a whopping 88 ranks to land in 5th place, the Renault Captur – leader last month – drops to #8. The Nissan Juke (#10), Ford B-Max (#17) and Fiat Punto (#23) impress.

Previous month: Slovenia August 2016: Renault Captur takes lead for the first time

One year ago: Slovenia September 2015: Jeep Renegade breaks into Top 20

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Slovenia August 2016: Renault Captur takes lead for the first time

Renault Captur Slovenia August 2016. Picture courtesy eblogauto.roSlovenia is the 2nd country in the world to crown the Renault Captur. 

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New car sales in Slovenia are down 1% year-on-year in August to 3.942 units, but the year-to-date tally is still up by 7.5% to 43.984. Volkswagen remains the most popular carmaker in the country despite a 5% drop to 15% share, distancing Renault down 21%, Skoda up 5% and Opel up 14%. Below in the Top 10, Ford (-27%) and Hyundai (-30%) particularly suffer but Citroen (+27%), Kia (+48%) and BMW (+56%) shine. Further down, Volvo (+36%), Mazda (+39%), Mercedes (+42%), Mini (+141%) and Jeep (+153%) make themselves noticed. Model-wise, the Renault Captur is #1 for the first time thanks to 193 sales, making Slovenia the second country in the world where it ranked #1 after Bulgaria (May and June 2015). It is followed by the VW Golf (150) and Skoda Octavia (110). The Kia Ceed (#4), VW Tiguan (#5), Hyundai Tucson (#7) and Nissan Qashqai (#8) all punch way above their respective YTD levels.

Previous month: Slovenia July 2016: Polo and Fiat 500 shine, Clio and Golf down

One year ago: Slovenia August 2015: Hyundai Tucson lands in Top 10

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Slovenia July 2016: Polo and Fiat 500 shine, Golf and Clio down

Fiat 500 Slovenia July 2016. Picture courtesy largus.frThe Fiat 500 is up to #3 in Slovenia in July, pushing Fiat to #5 brand. 

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The Slovenian new car market is almost immobile in July, down 0.3% year-on-year to 5.062 registrations but still up 8% year-to-date to 40.029. Volkswagen is stable and remains by far the best-selling brand in the country with 16.2% share, distancing Skoda at 10.8% (-3%), Renault at 9.6% (-27%) and Opel at 8.6% (-1%). Fiat surges 93% to 5th place, Hyundai does even better at +122% to #7 while further down Dacia (+65%), Mitsubishi (+65%), Honda (+100%) and Suzuki (+203%) also impress. Model-wise, the VW Polo takes the lead with 230 sales and 4.5% share ahead of the Skoda Octavia at 4% and Fiat 500 at 3.8%, with the VW Golf (#4) and Renault Clio (#5) far below their respective YTD rankings of #2 and #1. The Skoda Fabia is up 6 spots on June to #7, the Kia Cee’d up 12 to #10, the VW Tiguan up 28 to #12 and the Hyundai i10 up 26 to #30.

Previous month: Slovenia June 2016: Renault Group monopolises podium

One year ago: Slovenia July 2015: Skoda Fabia climbs to 2nd place

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Slovenia June 2016: Renault Group monopolises podium

Renault Captur Slovenia June 2016. Picture courtesy largus.frThe Renault Captur is #2 in Slovenia in June.

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The Slovenian new car market is up a whopping 19% year-on-year in June to 6.492 units, lifting the year-to-date total up 10% to 34.980 halfway through 2016. Volkswagen reclaims the #1 spot it holds year-to-date off Renault for just… one sale at 947 vs. 946. Opel (-5%), Skoda (+5%) and Dacia (+16%) follow while below, Fiat (+74%), Hyundai (+80%), BMW (+50%), Mercedes (+38%), Suzuki (+111%) and Mini (+157%) impress. Model-wise, the Renault Clio reigns supreme with 5.6% share and is joined on the podium by the Renault Captur at #2 (+9 on May) and the Dacia Duster at #3 (+2%), meaning the Renault Group monopolises the Slovenian podium in June. The Volkswagen Group holds the next three spots with the VW Golf, Skoda Octavia and VW Polo. The Fiat 500 (#7), Peugeot 2008 (#10), Opel Mokka (#18) and Ford C-Max (#20) all shine

Previous month: Slovenia May 2016: Renault surges 104% to 19.5% share, Clio #1

One year ago: Slovenia June 2015: Dacia Duster posts historical win

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Slovenia May 2016: Renault surges 104% to 19.5% share, Clio #1

Renault Clio Slovenia May 2016Renault sales in Slovenia more than double in May.

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The Slovenian new car market is up a splendid 17% year-on-year in May to 6.235 registrations, lifting the year-to-date tally up 8% to 28.488 units. Renault soars to the top of the brands ranking and more than doubles its sales year-on-year to 1.235 and 19.5% share, distancing Volkswagen (+8%), Skoda (-11%) and Opel (+10%). Dacia leaps up 47% to land in 5th position had of Fiat (+39%), Ford (-18%) and Peugeot (+9%). Hyundai (+134%) delivers the largest year-on-year gain in the Top 15, with BMW (+46%) and Mazda (+51%) also in great shape. Suzuki (+115%), Jeep (+130%) and Mini (+750%) take off. In the models ranking, the Renault Clio is triumphant at 12.7% share vs. 8% year-to-date, almost 4 times any other nameplate on the market: the Skoda Octavia and VW Golf, at #2 and #3, both hold 3.3% share. The Dacia Sandero and Duster round up the Top 5, with the Fiat 500 (#6), Renault Megane (#10) and VW Tiguan (#31) also strong.

Previous month: Slovenia April 2016: Clio and Captur shine, Hyundai up 60%

One year ago: Slovenia May 2015: Polo, Octavia and Golf topple Clio

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Slovenia April 2016: Clio and Captur shine, Hyundai up 60%

Renault Captur Slovenia April 2016. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe Renault Captur is up to #5 in Slovenia this month. 

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Slovenian new car sales are up a shy 2% year-on-year in April to 5.472 units, pulling the year-to-date total up 5.6% to 22.163 units. Volkswagen gains 1% to hold onto the brands lead at 15.6% share, a full two-percentage point advance over Renault (-16%) at 13.6%. Skoda (+7%), Opel (stable) and Hyundai (+61%) round up the Top 5. Fiat (+96%), Suzuki (+85%) and Volvo (+173%) shine in the Top 20. The models ranking is reordering itself back closer to its year-to-date form, with the Renault Clio in the lead followed by the VW Golf, Polo and Skoda Octavia. The Renault Captur is up 7 spots on March to 5th place and now ranks 7th year-to-date vs. #10 over the Full Year 2015. The Fiat 500 soars 32 ranks to #10, the Hyundai i20 is up 19 spots to #11, the Peugeot 2008 is up 6 to #15 and the Kia Cee’d up 21 to #18.

Previous month: Slovenia March 2016: VW Golf, Nissan Qashqai and Juke inside Top 4

One year ago: Slovenia April 2015: Volkswagen places 3 models in Top 5

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Slovenia March 2016: VW Golf, Nissan Qashqai and Juke inside Top 4

VW Golf Slovenia March 2016The VW Golf is the best-selling nameplate in Slovenia in March. 

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New car sales in Slovenia are up 2% year-on-year in March to 6.106 registrations, lifting the year-to-date total to 16.691 units, up 7% on the same period in 2015. Volkswagen remains the most popular brand in the country thanks to 948 sales and 15.9% share above Renault back up one spot to #2 despite tumbling down 33%, Skoda down 1% and Nissan up 3%. Peugeot (+16%), Dacia (+13%), Hyundai (+92%), BMW (+73%), Seat (+42%) and Suzuki (+52%) all beat the market by a large margin this month. The VW Golf edges into pole position with 288 sales, eight more than the Renault Clio in 2nd place and 16 more than the Nissan Qashqai at #3. The Nissan Juke is up 36 spots on February to #4 while the Skoda Octavia is down 4 to #5. Other great performers include the Dacia Duster up 7 to #8 and the Dacia Sandero up 34 to #11.

Previous post: Slovenia January-February 2016: Clio and Octavia take turns at #1

One year ago: Slovenia March 2015: Nissan Juke teases Renault Clio for #1

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