Slovenia January 2017: Dacia Sandero and VW Tiguan take off

The Dacia Sandero is up 135% year-on-year in Slovenia this month. 

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New car sales in Slovenia gain 11% year-on-year in January to 6.472 registrations, with market leader Volkswagen falling behind its FY16 market share at 15% vs. 15.3% despite outpacing the market at +14%. Renault (+8%) follows closely at 14.6% share, while Skoda (+2%) is up two spots on December to #3 and Ford (+22%) up 8 to #4. Peugeot (+35%), Dacia (+74%) and Nissan (+177%) also stun inside the Top 10 whereas Hyundai (-27%) struggles. Further down, notice Mazda (+22%), Volvo (+42%), Suzuki (+44%), Honda (+394%) delivering impressive gains. In the models ranking, the Renault Clio remains sovereign despite a harsh 24% decline, followed like in the FY16 ranking by the VW Golf (-7%). The Dacia Sandero (+135%) and VW Tiguan (+415%) both surge inside the Top 5, gaining 24 and 17 spots respectively on their December ranking. The Renault Mégane (+215%), Nissan Juke (+843%), Peugeot 2008 (+122%), Nissan Qashqai (+131%) and Ford Focus (+75%) also lodge robust year-on-year gains. The Toyota C-HR is up to #51.

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

One year ago: Slovenia January-February 2016: Clio and Octavia take turns at #1

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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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