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Poland 2006: Skoda Fabia and Opel Astra dominate

Skoda Fabia

* See the Top 50 best-selling models by clicking on the title! Thanks Mariusz *

Very shy progression for the Polish car market in 2006, up 2% to a still mediocre 257,166 registrations. The Skoda Fabia is the favourite car in the country for the second consecutive year and the third overall with 16,473 sales and 6.4% share, down 2% year-on-year. The Opel Astra takes the 2nd spot at 14,573 units and 5.7%, up 37% while the Fiat Panda rounds up the podium with 13,019 sales and 5%, down 20%.

The Skoda Octavia continues its steady progression at +9% in 4th place with 10,801 units and 4.2%, while the Toyota Yaris is up 11% to #5, the Toyota Corolla stays #6 (+1%) and the Ford Focus is down to #7 (-13%). With the Grande Punto now in dealerships, the model is up 81% year-on-year to #8, followed by a record-breaking VW Passat up 79% and 11 spots to #9, its first time in the year-end Polish Top 10.

Previous year: Poland 2005: Skoda Fabia back in pole position

Full Year 2006 Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Poland Full Year 2006:

1Skoda Fabia16,4736.4%-2%16,7896.7%1
2Opel Astra14,5735.7%37%10,6654.2%3
3Fiat Panda13,0195.1%-20%16,2396.5%2
4Skoda Octavia10,8014.2%9%9,9374.0%4
5Toyota Yaris9,1623.6%11%8,2183.3%7
6Toyota Corolla9,0733.5%1%8,9723.6%6
7Ford Focus8,4933.3%-13%9,7283.9%5
8Fiat Grande Punto7,8393.0%81%4,3241.7%12
9VW Passat6,6132.6%79%3,6881.5%20
10Renault Clio5,2802.1%n/an/an/an/a
11Opel Corsa5,1662.0%-29%7,2862.9%8
12Peugeot 206/2074,7231.8%-15%5,5862.2%9
13Toyota Avensis4,4261.7%11%3,9951.6%16
14Honda Civic4,2131.6%-1%4,2681.7%13
15Renault Megane4,1711.6%4%3,9971.6%15
16Peugeot 3074,1181.6%-10%4,5891.8%11
17Citroen Berlingo4,0661.6%-5%4,2671.7%14
18Fiat Seicento3,9131.5%-22%5,0002.0%10
19Opel Vectra3,2901.3%26%2,6091.0%28
20Ford Fiesta3,1731.2%n/an/an/an/a
21VW Golf3,1551.2%-15%3,7051.5%19
22Peugeot Partner2,9951.2%-21%3,8001.5%18
23Ford Mondeo2,9561.1%-24%3,8741.5%17
24Renault Kangoo2,8671.1%-22%3,6661.5%21
25Fiat Doblo2,7621.1%34%2,0620.8%33
26Citroen C32,6911.0%-15%3,1621.3%24
27VW Polo2,6851.0%34%2,0080.8%35
28Ford Fusion2,6141.0%-1%2,6331.0%26
29Nissan Micra2,3040.9%-13%2,6461.1%25
30Toyota RAV42,2630.9%47%1,5370.6%43
31Citroen C42,2470.9%-2%2,2970.9%30
32Peugeot 4072,1610.8%2%2,1150.8%32
33VW Caddy2,1100.8%-13%2,4131.0%29
34Citroen C4 Picasso2,0510.8%n/an/an/an/a
35Nissan Note1,9570.8%n/an/an/an/a
36Kia Picanto1,9440.8%22%1,5980.6%42
37Renault Thalia1,9190.7%-46%3,5281.4%22
38Chevrolet Aveo1,9150.7%-45%3,4861.4%23
39Honda City1,8750.7%n/an/an/an/a
40Peugeot 1071,8390.7%n/an/an/an/a
41Suzuki Grand Vitara1,6050.6%n/an/an/an/a
42Renault Laguna1,5580.6%20%1,2960.5%49
43Nissan Almera1,5540.6%-41%2,6211.0%27
44Opel Combo1,5530.6%-19%1,9250.8%36
45Hyundai Getz1,4820.6%-33%2,2020.9%31
46Nissan Navara1,4640.6%n/an/an/an/a
47Toyota Aygo1,4380.6%n/an/an/an/a
48Honda Accord1,4270.6%-29%2,0090.8%34
49Honda Jazz1,4140.5%-6%1,4980.6%46
50VW Jetta1,3570.5%n/an/an/an/a

Source: SAMAR, many thanks to Mariusz for sharing the data!

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