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Poland 2007: Skoda Fabia & Octavia in command

Skoda Fabia

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Car sales are back up a healthy 23% in Poland this year to 316,217 registrations. Boosted by the new generation launched in March, the Skoda Fabia is a distant leader at 17.017 sales and 5.4% of the market, up 3% year-on-year. It is the third consecutive year and the fourth overall that the Fabia tops the models ranking in Poland.

For the very first time in the country, Skoda delivers a 1-2 ‘a la’ Czech Republic with the Octavia up 2 spots and 16% to #2 with 12,477 sales and 3.9%. It is followed by the Toyota Yaris up 28% to 11,754 units and 3.7%, the Fiat Panda down 11% and the Ford Focus up 22%. The Fiat Grande Punto is up a further 2 spots and 6% to #6 with 8,289 sales while the VW Passat improves further on a record 2006 figure, up 2 ranks and 13% to #7 and 7,505 units.

Sales of Opel Astra are now split between the current generation (#9) and the Astra Classic (#10). Together they add up to 13,723 sales which would earn the nameplate the 2nd place like in 2006. Two newcomers make themselves noticed in the Top 20: the Kia Cee’d lands directly at #14 with 5,741 sales and the Toyota Auris arrives in 15th place at 5,568 units, both grabbing 1.8% of the Polish market.

Previous year: Poland 2006: Skoda Fabia and Opel Astra dominate

Full Year Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Poland Full Year 2007:

1Skoda Fabia17,0175.4%3%16,4736.4%1
2Skoda Octavia12,4773.9%16%10,8014.2%4
3Toyota Yaris11,7543.7%28%9,1623.6%5
4Fiat Panda11,5843.7%-11%13,0195.1%3
5Ford Focus10,3293.3%22%8,4933.3%7
6Fiat Grande Punto8,2892.6%6%7,8393.0%8
7VW Passat7,5052.4%13%6,6132.6%9
8Opel Corsa7,3232.3%42%5,1662.0%11
9Opel Astra7,2542.3%-50%14,5735.7%2
10Opel Astra Classic6,4692.0%n/an/an/an/a
11Honda Civic6,0401.9%43%4,2131.6%14
12Renault Clio5,9401.9%13%5,2802.1%10
13Toyota Corolla5,8341.8%-36%9,0733.5%6
14Kia Cee’d5,7411.8%new00.0% –
15Toyota Auris5,5681.8%new00.0% –
16Citroen Berlingo5,1721.6%27%4,0661.6%17
17VW Golf4,8941.5%55%3,1551.2%21
18Toyota Avensis4,7521.5%7%4,4261.7%13
19Peugeot 2074,6891.5%n/an/an/an/a
20VW Polo4,6831.5%74%2,6851.0%27
21Peugeot Partner4,4601.4%49%2,9951.2%22
22Peugeot 3074,3661.4%6%4,1181.6%16
23Renault Megane4,0091.3%-4%4,1711.6%15
24Ford Mondeo3,6661.2%24%2,9561.1%23
25Opel Vectra3,6031.1%10%3,2901.3%19
26Ford Fiesta3,4591.1%9%3,1731.2%20
27Fiat Doblo3,3151.0%20%2,7621.1%25
28Toyota RAV43,1491.0%39%2,2630.9%30
29VW Caddy2,9470.9%40%2,1100.8%33
30Fiat Bravo2,9410.9%new00.0% –
31Renault Kangoo2,9140.9%2%2,8671.1%24
32Peugeot 4072,8900.9%34%2,1610.8%32
33Ford Fusion2,8470.9%9%2,6141.0%28
34Citroen C32,6980.9%0%2,6911.0%26
35Seat Leon2,6920.9%n/an/an/an/a
36Fiat Seicento2,6750.8%-32%3,9131.5%18
37Skoda Roomster2,6390.8%new00.0% –
38Nissan Navara2,5780.8%76%1,4640.6%46
39Suzuki Grand Vitara2,1790.7%36%1,6050.6%41
40Peugeot 2062,1580.7%-54%4,7231.8%12
41Dacia Logan2,0240.6%n/an/an/an/a
42Hyundai Getz1,9740.6%33%1,4820.6%45
43Honda CR-V1,9420.6%n/an/an/an/a
44Citroen C41,9220.6%-14%2,2470.9%31
45Suzuki Swift1,8930.6%n/an/an/an/a
46Nissan Qashqai1,8550.6%new00.0% –
47Chevrolet Aveo1,8450.6%-4%1,9150.7%38
48Citroen Xsara Picasso1,8300.6%n/an/an/an/a
49Seat Toledo1,8090.6%n/an/an/an/a
50Renault Thalia1,7780.6%-7%1,9190.7%37

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

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