The Argentinian market is on fire in 2010 at +44% in November. For the very first time, it is led by the Renault Sandero, with 2,929 registrations and 5.4% of the market, ahead of the Chevrolet Corsa Classic at 5.1%. It is possibly the first time the Sandero leads the sales of any country in the world, be it under the Renault or the Dacia brand (Colombia might have been first but monthly data is unavailable).
The VW Gol Trend, very stable at 3.8%, closes the podium and the Peugeot 207 Compact drops two spots in 4th. This month the battle between the Toyota Hilux and the VW Amarok intensifies: the Amarok is now only 166 units below the Hilux (1,282 vs. 1,116), down from 239 last month.
Many thanks to ausrutherford for pointing out autoblog.com.ar as a source!
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