Netherlands November 2017: Renault and Clio in control

The Renault Clio is the best-selling car in the Netherlands in November.

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New car sales in the Netherlands are up another 17.6% year-on-year in November to 37.713 registrations, lifting the year-to-date volume up 14.5% to 397.258 units. Renault frankly outpaces the market to snap the brands lead with sales up 29% to 12.1% share vs. 9.6% year-to-date, overtaking the YTD leader Volkswagen itself up 23% to 10.5%, in line with it YTD level of 10.6%. Opel is the only carmaker in the Top 12 to lose ground year-on-year at -1% to 9%, distancing Peugeot (+16%), Ford (+40%) and Toyota (+13%). Both Volvo (+22%) and Skoda (+29%) also improve their market share year-on-year inside the Top 10. Below, Mazda (+25%), Audi (+26%), Citroen (+28%), Jaguar (+36%) Alfa Romeo (+37%), Honda (+48%), Mitsubishi (+64%), Smart (+75%) Land Rover (+88%), Dacia (+94%), Tesla (+97%) and Mini (+134%) all post spectacular gains.

Ford Fiesta sales are up 90% year-on-year this month. 

The Renault Clio reclaims the top of the models ranking it holds year-to-date but only manages a slim 9% year-on-year gain whereas the next six best-selling nameplates all beat the market: the VW Up and Golf are both up 66%, the Ford Fiesta is up 90%, the Renault Captur up 83%, Megane up 29% and Toyota Aygo up 22%. Other great performers near the top of the charts include the Volvo V40 up 38%, Ford Focus up 52%, Renault Twingo up 52%, Skoda Citigo up 273% and Peugeot 3008 up 288%. The Opel Crossland X tops recent launches (<12 months) at #33, followed by the Kia Stonic (#72), Skoda Kodiaq (#83), Opel Grandland X (#92), Hyundai Kona (snapping its first Dutch Top 100 at #96) and Citroen C3 Aircross (#98). The VW T-Roc is up 46 spots to #153.

Previous month: Netherlands October 2017: VW Up and Golf top market up 24.5%

One year ago: Netherlands November 2016: Renault Clio snaps YTD lead

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UK nations November 2017: DS 3 storms into Northern Irish Top 10

The DS 3 ranks at a surprise 8th place in Northern Ireland this month.

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Thanks to our partnership with SMMT we can share with you the Top 10 best-sellers for each UK nation in November. Keep in mind this is only a zoom in by nation, all sales figures will be included in the upcoming November UK update. Only Northern Ireland manages to keep its head above the water this month with a minuscule 0.1% year-on-year gain to 3.134 sales, whereas England (-10.2% to 142.900), Wales (-10.4% to 5.522) and most strikingly Scotland (-24.2% to 11.585) all fall heavily. Year-to-date, England is the best performing UK nation with a 4.6% decline to 2.057.968 units, followed by Northern Ireland down 4.9% to 52.556, Scotland down 7.1% to 193.371 and Wales down 10.3% to 78.148.

The Vauxhall Insignia is up to #6 in Scotland in November. 

Leader nationally, the Ford Fiesta tops three of the four UK nations: England, Scotland and Wales while the Hyundai Tucson snaps the pole position in Northern Ireland for the second time this year after last April. The Mini justifies its third place nationally by ranking at #3 in England, #2 in Scotland and #5 in Wales while the BMW 1 Series is #5 in England (one spot above its national ranking this month) but also #6 in Wales. Eighth nationally, the Kia Sportage appears in the Top 10 of 3 nations: England (#9), Northern Ireland (#5) and Scotland (#10) where it is its first appearance at that level. Although #1 in Scotland YTD, the Vauxhall Corsa is outside the Top 10 there for the second month running. Notable performances include the Skoda Fabia breaking into the Northern Irish YTD Top 10, the Vauxhall Insignia up to #6 in Scotland and the Hyundai i20 posting its first Scottish Top 10 ranking at #7. Finally the surprise of the month goes to the DS 3 up to a fantastic 8th place in Northern Ireland.

Previous month: UK nations October 2017: Citroen C3 and Toyota Aygo impress

One year ago: UK nations November 2016: Renault Clio and Captur lead in Scotland

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Sweden November 2017: Volvo S/V90 back in charge in record market

The Volvo S/V90 is the best-selling nameplate at home in November.

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New car sales in Sweden gain 2.1% year-on-year in November to hit a new record for the month at 32.484 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally up 2.8% to an all-time high 344.435 units after eleven months. This month marks the 45th year-on-year gain in the past 48 months – or four years. The Top 2 most popular carmakers go agains the grain though with Volvo down 5% to 19.4% share and Volkswagen down 4% to 15.8%. Kia manages to bypass Toyota to leap to the third step of the podium thanks to deliveries up 22% to 6.8% share, while Renault (+42%), Peugeot (+28%) and Mercedes (+25%) sign the largest year-on-year gains in the Top 10. Further down, Dacia (+17%), Honda (+19%), Lexus (+19%), Jaguar (+24%), Tesla (+40%), Mini (+48%) and Alfa Romeo (+164%) make themselves noticed.

The Kia Cee’d is mostly sold as station wagon in Sweden.

The Volvo S/V90 is the best-selling nameplate at home for the first time since last June with sales up 183% year-on-year (as the model was still gearing up in late 2016) to 6.5% share vs. 5.8% year-to-date. As stock of the previous generation dries up, the Volvo XC60 drops heavily at -38% to #5 this month after topping the Swedish sales charts for six of the past seven months. Its advantage in the 2017 ranking (2.643 sales) seems unsurmountable though, and Volvo has pulled a rare trick this year by managing to pump up sales of the outgoing model by keeping it in production for a further six month and selling top-end variants at discounted prices.

The VW Arteon has found its audience in Sweden.

The VW Golf holds onto the 2nd spot in November despite sales down 14%, ahead of the Volvo S/V60 (-28%) and VW Passat (+5%). Excellent performers near the top include the VW Tiguan (+56%), Kia Cee’d (+53%), Renault Clio (+67%), Megane (+130%) and Peugeot 3008 (+111%). The Kia Niro manages a third consecutive month among Sweden’s Top 20 nameplates (#19) and the Skoda Kodiaq (#29) leads recent launches above the Kia Stonic (#59), VW Arteon (#68) and Citroen C3 Aircross (#90), new for November.

Previous month: Sweden October 2017: Volvo XC60 leads again, old gen outsells new

One year ago: Sweden November 2016: Volvo S/V60 best-seller for the first time

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Croatia November 2017: Focus and Kuga push Ford up to 17.6% share

The Ford Kuga jumps onto the Croatian podium for November.

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Thanks to our new partnership with local outlet Promocija Plus, we can share with you today Croatian data for November. New car sales continue to gallop ahead, up 23.7% year-on-year this month to 3.496 units, meaning the year-to-date volume is now up 19.7% to 48.624 registrations. Ford brilliantly takes the brands leadership thanks to sales up 6-fold on November 2016 to a gargantuan 17.6% share, to be compared with the 6.9% it holds YTD. Traditional leader Volkswagen is knocked down to 2nd place with 10.1% of the market (-12%) vs. 14% so far this year. Hyundai (+11%), Renault (+4%) and Suzuki (+13%) follow but all trail the market, whereas Dacia (+25%), Citroen (+27%) and Kia (+43%) beat it in the Top 10. Skoda tumbles down 40% to #8 but remains #2 YTD (+37%). Other great performers include Mazda (+40%), BMW (+63%), Smart (+100%) and Fiat (+1160%).

In the models ranking, Ford’s domination is glaring: the Focus is up a whopping 685% to hit a best-ever 13.9% share while the Kuga leaps from outside the October Top 20 directly into third place with 2.9% share. The VW Golf for its part is up seven spots on last month and 64% year-on-year to #2, the Hyundai i20 is up 244% to #5 and the Dacia Duster up 186% to #6. Leader year-to-date, the Skoda Octavia crumbles 30% to #7 this month. Notice also the Suzuki SX4 S-Cross up 64%, the Opel Astra up 31% and the Peugeot 208 up 141% while the Toyota Yaris (#14), Fiat Panda (#16) and BMW X1 (#17) make a rare appearance inside the Croatian Top 20.

Previous month: Croatia October 2017: Ford Focus triumphs in market up 25.4%

Previous year: Croatia Full Year 2016: VW Golf leads, Ford Focus and Suzuki Vitara up

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Ireland November 2017: Skoda Kodiaq, Mini Clubman shine

The Mini Clubman ranks 5th in a reduced Irish car market.

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As usual, the Irish new car market switches off for the end of the year, awaiting 2018 license plates. Only 686 new cars found a buyer in November, that’s down 65% on October and down 8.2% year-on-year. The year-to-date volume for its part is down 10.2% to 131.187 units. Volkswagen remains the most popular carmaker, surging 78% to 19.2% share vs. 10.5% so far in 2017, and distancing Skoda up an even more impressive 156% to 12% share vs. 6.9% this year. Nissan (+17%) completes the podium ahead of Ford (+8%) whereas Toyota tumbles down 70% to #5. Both Kia and Mini shoot up 107%, Seat is up 171% and Land Rover up 67%. Over in the models ranking, the VW Golf (+310%) and Polo (+19%) dominate, followed by the Skoda Octavia (+94%) and Kodiaq. The Mini Clubman surges to #5 ahead of the Skoda Superb and Nissan Qashqai, with the VW Tiguan and Up also inside the Top 10.

Previous month: Ireland October 2017: Kia up 84%, Stonic posts first worldwide podium

One year ago: Ireland November 2016: Toyota C-HR lands in pole position

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New Caledonia (France) November 2017: Peugeot and 208 on top

The Peugeot 208 is the best-selling vehicle in New Caledonia this month.

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The New Caledonian market – a small French Overseas Territory located north-east of Australia – is up 5.4% year-on-year in November to 782 registrations, meaning the year-to-date tally is now up 10.3% to 7.968 units. Note New Caledonian sales are counted separately from French metropolitan data so these figures aren’t already included in our France November update. This month Peugeot snaps the brands pole position for the second time in the past three months, up five spots on October and 73% year-on-year to a stunning 14.2% share vs. 9% so far in 2017. Dacia (-11%) is up one rank to #2, followed by Citroen (+32%) and Renault (+56%) with Ford in difficulty (-17%) rounding up the Top 5. Leader year-to-date, Toyota is down 4% to a paltry 6th place this month. Subaru shoots up 73% to #7, Volkswagen is up 62% to #11 and Mitsubishi up 220% to #14. Model-wise, the Peugeot 208 justifies the brand’s leadership by surging 75% to #1, ahead of the Dacia Duster (-22%) remaining on top YTD, the Ford Ranger (-15%) and Toyota Hilux (-8%). The Subaru XV is up 100% to #6, the Citroen C3 up 475% to #6, Renault Clio up 340% to #8 and the Peugeot Partner up 100% to #9.

Previous month: New Caledonia (France) October 2017: Dacia Duster back in the lead

One year ago: New Caledonia November 2016: Dacia most popular carmaker

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France November 2017: Peugeot 3008/5008 teases Renault Clio

The Peugeot 3008 hits its highest ever market share at home this month.

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The French new car market scores a solid 10.3% year-on-year gain in November to 180.012 registrations, partly thanks to one additional selling day (+5.1% annualised), lifting the year-to-date volume up 5.3% to 1.917.383. Although robust, private sales trail the market at +8.2% to 48.7% share vs. 49.7% a year ago, as do company sales up 8%. Long term rentals pull the market up at +22.3% to 24.5% share, up from 23.7% in November 2016. Tactical sales remain (too) strong at 26.2% share vs. 25.9% a year ago, with short term rentals up 12.2% to 7.8%, demo sales up 15.2% and manufacturer self-registrations down 17%. This month petrol sales (86.013 or 47.8%) are once again above diesel sales (84.042 or 46.7%), and the two fuel options are virtually at the same level year-to-date with diesel sales down 4.4% to 910.414 and petrol sales up 14% to 910.142. Petrol sales should snatch a last minute win in 2017 and become the favourite fuel option in France for the first time in four decades. For reference, the share of diesel in annual French sales was 73% in 2012, 67% in 2013, 64% in 2014, 58% in 2015 and 52% in 2016. Note hybrids are up 42.2% this year to 73.105 sales or 3.8% share while electric cars are up 17.2% to 22.184 or 1.2% share.

The Citroen C3 II is now #5 year-to-date in France. Picture larevueautomobile.com

If Renault remains the market leader at 19.1% share, it only edges up 3.2%, sees its private sales fall 4.3% to just 37% of its mix vs. 31% for tactical sales. In November, the true performer is Peugeot: at +24.5%, the French carmaker delivers its largest year-on-year gain since September 2014 (+26%). Perhaps more importantly, Peugeot annihilates Renault in the company sales channels at 13.807 units  vs. 8.912, and also dominates in private sales at 17.5% share vs. 14.5%. Citroen seems to finally benefit from the new C3/C3 Aircross effect: up 10.8% thanks to private sales up 17.4% accounting for over 50% of its November score. It however remains at historically low overall market shares (8.9% in November). Volkswagen (-4.1%) is with Nissan (-1%) and Seat (-15.5%) one of only three carmakers to lose ground in the Top 20, with tactical sales too high at 31% of its mix and private sales at a low 44%. On this channel, the German brand even ranks as low as #6 with with 5.184 units (-18.7%) below Dacia at  7.954 (+37.8%) and Toyota at 5.467 (+25.3%). In the overall ranking, both Dacia (+14.1%) and Toyota (+11.8%) beat the market as do Mercedes (+21.2%) up to #7 above Ford (+16.1%), Opel (+12.6%) and BMW (+14.5%). Skoda (+35.6%), Mini (+27.3%) and Jeep (+22.7%) also impress.

Skoda sales are up 35.6% in November. Picture telegraph.co.uk

Model-wise, the Renault Clio keeps the lead for the 15th month in a row, following the market at +10% to 6.2% share, well above the Peugeot 208 up 22% to 4.8% but #1 with private buyers. But here too the main event must be read between the lines: the Peugeot 3008 is up 76% to break its share record at 4.4%, while its 7-seat variant the 5008 is up 309% to smash its ranking (#15), volume (2.897) and share (1.6%) records. The result: the 3008/5008 tandem hits an all-time high 6% share in November, which would place it in 2nd position of the French market, only 398 units below the Clio…

Peugeot even places for nameplates atop the long term rental sales ranking: the 3008 leads the way with a stunning 10.5% share ahead of the 308, 208 and 5008 with 4.6% of total sales, meaning the 3008/5008 tandem holds over 15% of the long term rental market in France this month.

The Citroen C3 II looks like it is settling in at #4, and leaps up two spots in the YTD order to #5. The Peugeot 2008 (+12%) holds onto its segment lead above the Renault Captur, worryingly down 25% (and at -30% with private buyers) to get stuck towards the bottom of the Top 10 alongside the Renault Megane IV and Scenic IV. The VW Golf (#13) is estimated to top foreign nameplates above the Toyota Yaris (#16) and Ford Fiesta (#18) while the Citroen C3 Aircross lodges a second consecutive month in the Top 20.

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Previous month: France October 2017: Peugeot 3008/5008 tandem triumphs

One year ago: France November 2016: New Peugeot 3008 soars to 7th place

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Italy November 2017: Fiat hits lowest share this decade at 16.5%

The Tipo (-22%) is pulling Fiat down 13% to its lowest share at home this decade.

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Italian new car sales are up 5.7% year-on-year in November to 158.203 units, meaning the year-to-date tally is now up 8.4% to 1.863.941, and marking an impressive 46 months of gains out of the past 48 (four years). The only declining months over the period were May 2014 and April 2017. The November score was made possible by strong company sales up 12.4% to 36.190 or 22.9% share vs. 21.5% a year ago, and even more so by rental sales shooting up 29.7% to 30.709 or 19.4% share vs. 15.8% in November 2016. Short term rentals are up 41.6% while long-term are up 26.4%, so strong all around. In contrast, private sales are actually down this month at -2.6% to 91.304 units or 57.7% share vs. 62.7% a year ago. Year-to-date, the evolutions are similar, with company sales up a stunning 29.3% to 401.893 or 21.6% share vs. 18.1% over the same period in 2016, rental sales are up 18.6% to 413.748 or 22.2% vs. 20.3% (short term up 20.5% and long term up 17.5%) and once again private sales are down by 1.1% to 1.048.300, seeing their share thaw from 61.6% to 56.2%.

The VW Golf is at its highest in Italy in… 24 years! 

In the brands ranking, market leader Fiat posts a particularly weak score this month: down 13% to just 16.5% share vs. 20.4% year-to-date, the brand’s lowest share at home in over five years. In fact, Fiat has seen its market share decline continuously in the past six month: from 22.4% in May to 21.5% in June, 20.1% in July, 19.9% in August (the first time below 20% in two years, since August 2015), 19.5% in September and 17.8% in October… Reversely, Renault shoots up 21% to 2nd place with 7.6% share but remains at #4 year-to-date. It distances Volkswagen (+6%), Ford (+9%) and Peugeot (+11%) while Toyota (+24%) and Citroen (+45%) post the largest gains in the Top 10. Volvo (+20%), Alfa Romeo (+21%), Mini (+23%), Smart (+30%), Skoda (+36%), Suzuki (+36%), Dacia (+43%) and Jeep (+49%) also impress further down.

The Alfa Romeo Stelvio smashes its ranking record to #36.

The Fiat Panda remains in control of the Italian models ranking in spite of a 19% drop to 6.7% share but the event is in 2nd place: thanks to deliveries up 18%, the VW Golf is up a further two spots on October to hit its highest ranking ever in Italy. According to BSCB records, the last time the Golf ranked #2 in Italy was in February 1993. However these were different times and 13.340 sales were necessary to hit that level back then, for a 6.9% market share. Extreme market fragmentation and the proliferation of nameplates since means only 3.918 sales and 2.5% are enough for the Golf to be #2 this month… Below the Lancia Ypsilon down 11%, the Toyota Yaris is the other nameplate hitting a high at #4, its second consecutive month inside the Top 5 after a five year-drought and its best ranking in Italy since December 2012 (#3).

The Toyota Yaris is at its highest in five years.

The Citroen C3 is down two ranks on last month but up 61% year-on-year to a very robust 5th place, distancing the Renault Clio (-14%), Fiat 500X (+3%) and Jeep Renegade (+7%). The Fiat 500 is back up 22% but down to #10, the Renault Captur is up 29% to #11, but the Fiat Tipo continues to worry the carmaker with sales down 22% year-on-year and its station wagon variant freefalling down 36% to #4 in the segment vs. #1 YTD. The VW Tiguan is up 17%, the Dacia Sandero up 49%, the Dacia Duster up 25%, VW Up up 122%, Renault Kadjar up 48% to #23 (highest since June 2016), Peugeot 3008 also up 48%, Ford Kuga up 168%, Renault Scenic up 236% and the Mini Countryman up 81%. The Jeep Compass leads recent launches at #26 ahead of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio up 16 spots to a record-breaking 36th place. The Opel Crossland X is the third new nameplate in the Top 50 at #47 (-12).

Previous month: Italy October 2017: Citroen C3 hits highest ever ranking at #3

One year ago: Italy November 2016: Fiat Tipo back up to 4th place

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Brazil November 2017: VW Polo returns in market up 13.7%

The VW Polo nameplate is back to Brazil. 

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The Brazilian new car market continues to recover with November sales up 13.7% year-on-year to 197.247 units, meaning the year-to-date volume is now up 10.1% to 1.967.392 deliveries. Chevrolet follows the market with a 14% improvement to 18.9% share, while Volkswagen makes up for a particularly weak November 2016 score with registrations shooting up 59% to 13% share in 2nd place, its highest level since February and only the second time it ranks #2 this year along with last April. Fiat struggles at -9% to 12.6%, the only carmaker to lose ground in the Top 12. Ford (+22%), Jeep (+34%) and Nissan (+57%) also beat the market in the Top 10 while below, Peugeot (+41%), Suzuki (+34%) and Lifan (+33%) also do so. JAC (#20) is the best-selling Chinese carmaker in the country for November but remains below Chery year-to-date.

The Ford Ka ranks #2 for the second month running and the third time ever.

The Chevrolet Onix confirms it is the success story of these past two years: up 19% year-on-year, it posts its 2nd highest ever market share in Brazil at 9.4% (best: 9.7% last January) and has now been #1 without interruption for 28 months (since August 2015). The Ford Ka manages a second consecutive month in 2nd place (and third time ever) thanks to deliveries also up 19% on November 2016. The Hyundai HB20 fastens its fall at -30% in third place, whereas the VW Gol is on the up at +21%. The Fiat Mobi is down one spot on October but up 39% year-on-year while the Fiat Argo breaks into the Brazilian Top 10 for the first time at #9, posting record volume (5.015) and share (2.5%). The Jeep Compass confirms it is the most popular SUV in the country by remaining in the Top 10 (+80%), just above the Hyundai Creta up four spots to a best-ever #11. The VW Voyage (+103%) and Nissan Kicks (+142%) impress inside the Top 15.

Chevrolet Equinox 

We welcome (back) the all-new VW Polo at #16 with 1.9% share, helping the German manufacturer to 2nd place overall as detailed above, and the Chevrolet Equinox at #63 with 0.2% share. Among other recent launches, the Renault Kwid freefalls down 15 ranks on last month to #32 (it ranked #2 in September), the Renault Captur is down 9 to #40 and the Honda WR-V down four to #43. Also of note, the Fiat Palio, overall best-seller over the Full Year 2014, implodes down 94% to #74, the nameplate’s lowest ever ranking in Brazil.

Previous month: Brazil September 2017: Ford Ka shines in market up 27%

One year ago: Brazil November 2016: Onix, HB20 shine, Jeep Compass lands

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Turkey November 2017: Renault Megane triumphs in market down 17.5%

The Sedan variant represents 90% of Renault Megane sales in Turkey.

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Turkish light vehicle sales suffer from a particularly high comparison base in November, down 17.5% year-on-year but up 19.2% on November 2015 to 100.859 units. Year-to-date sales are now down 2.6% to 819.954 including light commercials (196.889). Market leader Renault goes agains the grain with a 10% gain to 13.9% share, further cementing its YTD domination at 13.6% (+11%) vs. 12.3% (-13%) for Volkswagen, down another 10% in November to 12.8% share. Ford (+2%) and Fiat (-9%) follow closely. Only Peugeot, up a very robust 13%, is in positive in the Top 10, with Nissan (-6%), Hyundai (-11%), Dacia (-13%), Opel (-15%) and most strikingly Toyota (-49%) all in decline. Further down, only Mini (+1%), Iveco (+3%), Karsan (+8%), Maserati (+21%), Subaru (+30%), Volvo (+41%) and Lamborghini (+100%) manage an uplift, with Ssangyong (-45%), Seat (-46%), BMW (-48%), Porsche (-49%), Alfa Romeo (-51%), Kia (-54%), Mercedes (-55%), Infiniti (-58%), Citroen (-65%) and Jaguar (-72%) the hardest hit.

Model-wise, the Renault Megane triumphs, snapping the Turkish pole position for the first time since February thanks to deliveries up 44% to 5.1% share, 90% of its November sales coming from the sedan variant. As a reminder, before it was split into Megane hatch and Fluence, the Renault Megane topped the annual Turkish sales charts from 2004 to 2006. The Ford Courier is up 6% to hold the 2nd place overall vs. #4 YTD, outselling the YTD leader the Fiat Egea down 7% to 4.3% share in third place vs. 5% so far this year. The VW Passat (+20%), Fiat Fiorino (+29%) and Renault Symbol (+37%) are the other strong performing nameplates near the top. Below, the Peugeot 301 (+109%), Hyundai Accent Blue (+49%), Peugeot Partner (+86%), Ford Kuga (+311%) and Ford Ranger (+61%) make themselves noticed while the Opel Grandland X lands at #88 and directly best performing recent launch above the Opel Crossland X (#89) and Skoda Kodiaq (#96).

Previous month: Turkey October 2017: Fiat Egea, Renault Megane and Clio on top

One year ago: Turkey November 2016: Sales rally back up 45% to break YTD record

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