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Greece July 2011: Hyundai i20 on podium

Hyundai i20

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Relative improvement for new car sales in Greece this month: at 9,939 units they are down ‘only’ 14% year-on-year, compared to -33% in June. The year-to-date total stands at 65,200 units, down 41% on 2010. The Opel Corsa continues to reign, #1 in Greece for the 6th month out of 7 this year with 547 sales and 5.5% share, bringing its 2011 figure to 3,767 units and 5.8%.

The Nissan Micra confirm its newly acquired blockbuster status in Greece by ranking 2nd for the third month in a row with 418 sales and 4.2%. It climbs to 5th year-to-date at 3.4%. The best performer this month is the Hyundai i20, up 13 spots to land on the podium at #3, 413 units and 4.2%, ex-aequo with a Toyota Yaris back in shape.

Other great performers this month include the Mercedes A Class at #13 (up 7 spots), the Alfa Romeo Giulietta at #22 (+8) and the Kia Picanto new generation at #26 (+15).

Previous month: see the June 2011 Greek Top 50 here.

Full July 2011 Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Greece July 2011:

1Opel Corsa5475.5%13,7675.8%13
2Nissan Micra4184.2%22,1893.4%518
3Hyundai i204134.2%161,2341.9%1312
4Toyota Yaris4134.2%142,8274.3%21
5VW Polo3954.0%42,7104.2%34
6Ford Fiesta3783.8%52,3653.6%42
7Opel Astra3783.8%62,1893.4%65
8Fiat Panda2932.9%32,0813.2%76
9Toyota Auris2842.9%91,8822.9%87
10Skoda Octavia2712.7%101,4942.3%910
11VW Golf2622.6%111,3532.1%119
12Hyundai i102592.6%131,3182.0%128
13Mercedes A-Class2362.4%205660.9%35 –
14Toyota Aygo2032.0%121,1571.8%1414
15Peugeot 1071881.9%159461.5%1942
16Skoda Fabia1501.5%249871.5%1823
17Nissan Qashqai1451.5%198261.3%2311
18Smart Fortwo1441.4%171,0371.6%1620
19Fiat Grande Punto1431.4%257891.2%2522
20Fiat 5001331.3%269031.4%2127
21Chevrolet Spark1321.3%81,0501.6%1526
22Alfa Romeo Giulietta1301.3%306491.0%3371
23Seat Ibiza1251.3%71,3772.1%1017
24Suzuki Swift1251.3%288371.3%2221
25Citroen C31221.2%329381.4%2015
26Kia Picanto1081.1%414620.7%44 –
27Opel Insignia1061.1%218191.3%2413
28VW Tiguan1011.0%186901.1%2834
29Seat Leon961.0%277341.1%2632
30VW Passat940.9%295420.8%3646
31Skoda Yeti920.9%435280.8%3730
32Toyota Avensis910.9%425050.8%3931
33Peugeot 207900.9%406951.1%2725
34Ford Ka850.9%553740.6%5243
35Mitsubishi ASX840.8%366891.1%2989
36Kia Ceed830.8%346651.0%3024
37Alfa Romeo Mi.To800.8%624580.7%4555
38Audi A3760.8%224960.8%4135
39Dacia Duster760.8%693780.6%5184
40BMW X1730.7%593120.5%57 –
41Nissan Juke660.7%386531.0%3299
42Ford Focus640.6%331,0291.6%1719
43Opel Meriva610.6%493910.6%50 –
44Audi A4600.6%482870.4%60 –
45Suzuki Alto590.6%573580.5%5429
47Peugeot 308560.6%453250.5%5655
48Renault Clio560.6%463980.6%4838
49Mercedes C-Class550.6%313440.5%5548
50Audi A1550.6%394790.7%4287


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  1. Greek car market will propably end to 100.000-110.000 cars for 2011. This means 2011 will be the worst year after 1994, in the past 20 years market history.

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