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Slovenia July 2015: Skoda Fabia climbs to 2nd place

August 7th, 2015 No comments

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Another solid month for new car sales in Slovenia: up 10% year-on-year in July to 5.079 registrations and 12% year-to-date to 36.929. Volkswagen (16.2%) keeps the lead of the brands ranking ahead of Renault (13.1%), Skoda (11%), Opel (8.7%) and Ford (7.5%) while Dacia implodes: down from #5 with 383 sales and 7% in June to #18 at just 69 units and 1.4%, the blatant results of sales being front-loaded into June for a better H1 result. BMW is up 5 spots on June to #8, Audi up 5 to #11 and Jeep up 7 to #19. The Renault Clio returns to the pole position it traditionally holds thanks to 302 deliveries, and it is followed this month by the Skoda Fabia boosted by the new model up 4 ranks to #2 and 250 units, kicking the VW Golf to #3 and the Polo to #4. Notice also the Renault Captur up 7 to #6, the Ford Fiesta up 24 to #9, VW Golf Sportsvan up 9 to #10 and the Jeep Renegade (#42), Renault Kadjar (#49) and Fiat 500X (#50) all fitting inside the Top 50.

Previous month: Slovenia June 2015: Dacia Duster posts historical win

One year ago: Slovenia July 2014: VW Golf Sportsvan at world-best ranking

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Slovenia June 2015: Dacia Duster posts historical win

July 24th, 2015 No comments

Dacia Duster Slovenia June 2015. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe Dacia Duster tops the sales charts outright for the first time in Slovenian history.

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New car sales in Slovenia are up a very robust 13% year-on-year in June to 5.446 registrations, lifting the year-to-date total to 31.829 units, also up 13% on 2014. Volkswagen (14.7%) and Renault (11.2%) continue to lead the brands ranking while Opel (10.5%) overtakes Skoda (8.9%) to round up the podium. Dacia also shines in 5th place, and 7% share, up 73% so far in 2015. Year-to-date, Ford is up 29%, Kia up 22%, Nissan up 84%, Mazda up 45%, Alfa Romeo up 118% and Mitsubishi up 123%. In the models ranking, we witness a historical move: for the first time ever, the Dacia Duster surges to #1 in Slovenia thanks to 302 sales and 5.6% share, beating its previous best of #2 hit last October when it, interestingly, delivered a higher market share (6.1%).

The VW Golf and Renault Clio both gain one spot on May to #2 and #3 respectively, the Skoda Octavia is down two to #4 and the VW Passat is stable at an outstanding 5th place. Notice also the Skoda Fabia solid at #6, the Opel Astra up to #9, the Opel Meriva up 19 ranks on last month to #16, the Alfa Romeo Giulietta up 23 to #32, and a slew on all-new SUVs making their way up the ladder: the Suzuki Vitara at #47, Fiat 500X at #48, Mazda CX-3 at #54 and Renault Kadjar at #56.

Previous month: Slovenia May 2015: Polo, Octavia and Golf topple Clio

One year ago: Slovenia June 2014: Renault Clio back in charge

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Slovenia May 2015: Polo, Octavia and Golf topple Clio

June 6th, 2015 1 comment

VW Polo Croatia May 2015. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe VW Polo is the best-selling car in Slovenia in May.

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The Slovenian new car market confirms it is definitely on the mend with another very satisfying 14% year-on-year gain in May to 5.388 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 26.383 deliveries, up 13% on 2014. Outsold by Renault in April, Volkswagen reclaims the brands pole position it holds year-to-date thanks to 857 sales and 15.9% share vs. 605 and 11.2% for the French manufacturer. Skoda rounds up the podium with a strong 10.8% of the market ahead of Opel (8.2%), Ford (6.7%) and Dacia (5.3%). This month the perennial Slovenian leader, the Renault Clio, is toppled from its throne for the first time since last September by not just one but 3 vehicles all from the VAG Group, falling to #4 which is is lowest ranking in the country since January 2014. The VW Polo leads the way for the third time in recent memory along with January and May 2014 thanks to 251 sales and 4.7% share, ahead of the Skoda Octavia and VW Golf both at 4.1%. Notice also the VW Passat extremely solid at #5, the Skoda Fabia up 6 spots on last month to #6 and the Fiat 500 up 14 to #7.

Previous month: Slovenia April 2015: Volkswagen places 3 models in Top 5

One year ago: Slovenia May 2014: VW Polo leads, Skoda Rapid up to #4

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Slovenia April 2015: Volkswagen places 3 models in Top 5

May 20th, 2015 No comments

VW Passat Slovenia April 2015. Picture courtesy of largus.frVW Passat

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Slovenian new car sales are up another very dynamic 10% year-on-year in April to 5.348 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 20.995 units, up 12% on 2014. Even though Volkswagen retreats below Renault in the brands ranking this month at 846 sales and 15.6% vs. 880 and 15.8%, the German manufacturer manages to place 3 models in the Top 5: below the untouchable Renault Clio at 9.9% share, the VW Golf ranks #2 with the Polo at #4 and the Passat at #5. The Dacia Sandero is up 7 spots on March to #6, the Nissan Juke is back down 5 ranks to #7 and drops to #3 year-to-date (still up 150% on 2014 though) and the Ford Fiesta is up 10 spots to #8.

Previous month: Slovenia March 2015: Nissan Juke teases Renault Clio for #1

One year ago: Slovenia April 2014: VW Golf takes the lead

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

April 14th, 2015 No comments

Nissan Juke Slovenia March 2015The Nissan Juke is now #2 year-to-date in Slovenia.

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The Slovenian new car market is definitely on the mend: up another 17% year-on-year in March to 5,958 registrations, bringing the first quarter total to 15,647 units, up 13% on 2014. Thanks to 919 sales and 15.4% share, Volkswagen reclaims the brands pole position off Renault at 853 and 14.3%, with Skoda, Nissan and Opel following as in the year-to-date order. Ford is up 6 spots on February to #6 and Fiat up 12 to #7. Year-to-date, Nissan (+97%), Suzuki and Dacia (both at +88%) are the biggest gainers in the Top 20 In the models ranking, the Nissan Juke is now teasing the Renault Clio for the overall #1 spot with 387 sales vs. 405, earning the controversially-designed Japanese SUV the 2015 year-to-date second spot above the VW Golf. The Renault Mégane is up 4 spots on February to #4, the Fiat 500 surges up to #7, the VW Passat brilliantly remains inside the Top 10 at #9 and the Ford Focus is up 20 to #10. Finally we welcome the Fiat 500X and Suzuki Vitara in the ranking, both rounding up the Top 80 with their first 15 units sold in Slovenia this month.

Previous month: Slovenia February 2015: Nissan Juke up to record 11th place

One year ago: Slovenia March 2014: Nissan Juke up to #5

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Slovenia February 2015: Nissan Juke up to record 2nd place

March 11th, 2015 No comments

Nissan Juke Slovenia February 2015. Picture courtesy largus.frThe Nissan Juke hits a record 2nd place in Slovenia this month.

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Another very solid month for new car sales in Slovenia, up 12% year-on-year in February to 4,550 registrations, which brings the year-to-date total to 9,639 units, up 11% on 2014. Renault edges past Volkswagen for the brands pole position this month with 765 sales and 16.8% vs. 760 and 16.7%, however the German manufacturers is still #1 year-to-date at 1,562 units (+20%) vs. 1,471 (+26%). Skoda is back up to #3 both in February and year-to-date, above Nissan and Opel while Dacia is down 3 spots to #6. In the models ranking, below the Renault Clio very strong at 8.7% share, the Nissan Juke is up a further two spots on January to lift its all-time ranking record to an astounding 2nd place thanks to 251 sales and 5.5% share, now up 168% year-on-year so far in 2015. Notice also the VW Golf Sportsvan up to #10, the Skoda Fabia up to #11, Hyundai ix35 up to #13, Peugeot 2008 up to #21, Suzuki SX4 S-Cross up to #26 and the Dacia Lodgy up to #29.

Previous month: Slovenia January 2015: Dacia Duster and Nissan Juke excel

One year ago: Slovenia February 2014: Fiat 500L breaks record

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Slovenia January 2015: Dacia Duster and Nissan Juke excel

February 10th, 2015 No comments

Dacia Duster Slovenia January 2015. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe Dacia Duster is on the Slovenian podium for the 4th time in 5 months.

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Robust start of the year for new car sales in Slovenia: up 11% in January to 5,139 registrations. Volkswagen reclaims the #1 brand spot it held over the FY2014 thanks to 802 sales and 15.6% share above Renault at 706 units and 13.7% while Dacia brilliantly overtakes Skoda to jump on the podium thanks to 374 deliveries and 7.3% vs. 360 and 7% for the Czech manufacturer. The Renault Clio is the best-selling nameplate in the country with 6.4% share ahead of the VW Golf at 3.2%, the Dacia Duster manages a 4th podium ranking in the past 5 months at #3 and 3.5% while the Nissan Juke is stuck at its best-ever Slovenian ranking at #4. Other great performers this month in Slovenia include the VW Passat up to #10 and the Nissan Qashqai up to #11.

Previous post: Slovenia Full Year 2014: Renault Clio leads, Captur up to #5

One year ago: Slovenia January 2014: VW Polo #1, Renault Captur above Clio!

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

January 15th, 2015 No comments

Renault Captur Slovenia 2014. Picture courtesy of automobile-magazine.frThe Renault Captur hits its best annual ranking outside of France in Slovenia.

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At 53,296 registrations in 2014, the Slovenian new car market is up an encouraging 6% on 2013. Momentous event in the brands ranking: Volkswagen topples perennial leader Renault thanks to sales up 16% to 8,456 and 15.9% vs. 7,815 and 14.7% (-5%) for the French manufacturer. Skoda jumps on the podium with deliveries up 41% to 4,951, followed by Opel (+15%), Peugeot (-8%) and Citroen (-6%). Dacia more than doubles its sales (+126%) to leap up directly to 7th place. Notice also Nissan up 32%, Seat up 28%, Suzuki up 70% and Porsche up 60%.

Dacia Duster Slovenia 2014. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe Duster helps push Dacia up to #7 brand in Slovenia in 2014.

However there is no such earthquake in the models ranking: the Renault Clio keeps the lead for the 17th year in a row despite sales down 9% to 3,597 and 6.7% share, potentially eroded by the tremendous success of the Captur breaking into the annual Slovenian Top 5 this year at #5 with 1,392 sales, its best ranking outside of France. The Captur even outsold the Clio in January when it ranked third overall! The 2014 podium is completed by two VWs: the Golf up 11% (#1 in April, August and September) and the Polo up 42% (#1 in January and May).

VW Golf Sportsvan Slovenia 2014. Picture courtesy of automibile-magazine.frThe VW Golf Sportsvan ranked #6 in August.

In a Top 10 (34.8%) weighting more than in 2013 (33.6%) and 2012 (29.7%) in a rare case of consolidation in Slovenia, the Dacia Duster takes off at +173% and up 19 spots to a splendid 6th place and the Skoda Rapid is up 29 ranks and 187% to lodge its first annual Top 10 ranking in Slovenia at #9. Notice also the Dacia Sandero up 87% to #12, the Nissan Juke up 98% to #13, Seat Leon up 71% to #15, Fiat Panda up 73% to #18 and the Skoda Yeti up 117% to #22. The VW Golf Sportsvan is by far the most successful new launch of 2014 here, landing directly at #25 and peaking at #6 in August, followed by the Citroen C4 Cactus at #94.

Previous month: Slovenia November 2014: Clio leads, Dacia Duster and Sandero strong

One year ago: Slovenia Full Year 2013: Renault Clio up 36%, Kia Cee’d on podium

Two years ago: Slovenia Full Year 2012: Renault Clio celebrates 15 years on top

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Slovenia November 2014: Clio leads, Duster & Sandero strong

December 5th, 2014 No comments

Dacia Sandero Slovenia November 2014. Picture courtesy of largus.frDacia Sandero

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The recovery of the Slovenian new car market continues: up a further 7% year-on-year in November to 4,220 deliveries which brings the year-to-date total to 49,923 units, up 3% on 2013. Volkswagen reclaims the brands top spot it lost to Renault last month thanks to 667 sales and 15.8% vs. 622 and 14.7% for Renault while Dacia impressively remains on the podium with a round 10% market share. The French-Romanian low-cost manufacturer places the Duster at #3 and 4.8% share this month vs. #5 and 2.6% YTD and the Sandero at #6 and 3.7% vs. #12 and 1.6% YTD. The Renault Clio is the overall best-seller at 7.2% followed by the VW Polo at 5.6%. Notice also the Nissan Qashqai up 25 spots on October to #9, the VW Golf Sportsvan strong again at #11, the Hyundai i20 up 49 ranks to #14 thanks to the new model, the VW Passat up 40 to #16, the Skoda Superb up 44 to #22, Alfa Romeo Giulietta up 47 to #23 and the Citroen C4 Cactus up 14 to #30.

Previous month: Slovenia October 2014: Renault Clio and Dacia Duster on top

One year ago: Slovenia November 2013: Renault Captur breaks into Top 5

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Slovenia October 2014: Renault Clio and Dacia Duster on top

November 8th, 2014 No comments

Renault Clio Slovenia October 2014. Picture courtesy of automobile-magazine.frThe Renault Clio reclaims the pole position this month.

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New car sales in Slovenia are up a robust 12% year-on-year in October to 5,134 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 45,703 units, up 3% on 2013. The Renault Group is in exceptional shape this month in Slovenia: Renault jumps to first place in the brands ranking with almost 20% share thanks to 1,005 sales while Dacia is on the podium at #3 with 551 units and 10.7%, the first time the low-cost French-Romanian manufacturer crosses the 10% share milestone in Slovenia. Volkswagen is kicked down to #2 and 14.7% vs. 16.1% year-to-date and Skoda is knocked down to #4 and 7.4% vs. 9.6% YTD.

Dacia Logan Slovenia October 2014. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe Dacia Logan is 7 units off a Top 10 ranking in October.

After two months away, the Renault Clio reclaims the models pole position it holds YTD thanks to 552 sales and a very strong 10.8% share (its best since June 2013), the Dacia Duster gains one more spot on September to a best-ever #2 and 6.1% share, lifting to #6 and 2.4% YTD. The VW Polo and Golf follow, while the Skoda Octavia is down one rank to #5. Other great performers include the VW Golf Sportsvan at #10 vs. #32 YTD, the Dacia Logan up 28 spots on last month to #11 vs. #63 YTD, the Dacia Lodgy up 34 to #17 vs. #57 YTD, Opel Mokka up to #22 and the Citroen C4 Cactus breaking into the Slovenian Top 50 for the first time at #44.

Previous month: Slovenia September 2014: VW Golf leads, Dacia Duster on podium

One year ago: Slovenia October 2013: Renault places 4 models in Top 6

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