skip to Main Content

Austria January 2012: Skoda Yeti up to best-ever 5th place

Skoda Yeti

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

The Austrian car market is up 5% year-on-year in January to 26,826 registrations. The VW Golf is the best-selling car in the country for the 23rd consecutive month but its market share drops from 6.4% in December to 3.8% this month. While VW managed to place 5 models in the Top 6 in December, in January it’s another brand in the VAG Group that can celebrate: Skoda has 3 cars in the Austrian Top 5!

The Fabia is up to #2, its highest ranking in over two years, with 987 sales and 3.7% while the Octavia ranks third, its strongest showing in 6 months, at 877 units and 3.3%. Below the Opel Astra, stable at #4 and 2.6%, we find the Skoda Yeti up to a best-ever 5th position with 579 sales and 2.2% share.

Other great performers this month include the Kia Cee’d up to #12, Hyundai ix35 at #14, Kia Rio up to #22, Kia Sportage up to #26, Opel Zafira up to #28, the VW Up! making its very first appearance in the Austrian ranking at #29 with 266 sales and 1% share, the Skoda Superb up to #32 and Mitsubishi ASX up to #36.

Previous month: Austria December 2011: VW Tiguan delivers its best-ever month

One year ago: Austria January 2011: VW Golf leads, Opel Meriva #4, VW Sharan #8

Full January 2012 Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Austria January 2012:

PosModelJan%Dec2011%Pos
1VW Golf1,0313.8%116,7774.7%1
2Skoda Fabia9873.7%197,2232.0%5
3Skoda Octavia8773.3%126,9992.0%6
4Opel Astra7002.6%48,1582.3%3
5Skoda Yeti5792.2%352,7260.8%44
6Seat Ibiza5242.0%97,5272.1%4
7VW Tiguan5081.9%25,9921.7%10
8VW Polo4961.8%311,9163.3%2
9Hyundai i304351.6%306,2701.8%7
10Renault Scenic3961.5%135,0241.4%16
11Ford Fiesta3731.4%75,2791.5%13
12Kia Cee’d3731.4%n/a4,2951.2%20
13Opel Meriva3611.3%216,2421.8%8
14Hyundai ix353571.3%103,3130.9%35
15VW Passat3471.3%66,1721.7%9
16Ford Focus3281.2%405,1791.5%14
17Renault Clio3261.2%114,1751.2%23
18Ford Galaxy3241.2%183,9881.1%25
19VW Touran3241.2%254,6471.3%17
20Nissan Qashqai3231.2%223,6901.0%27
21Citroen C4 Picasso3131.2%323,6781.0%28
22Kia Rio3011.1%n/a1,2780.4%85
23Opel Corsa2991.1%285,0441.4%15
24Renault Megane2971.1%204,6321.3%18
25VW Bus2791.0%83,5841.0%30
26Kia Sportage2711.0%362,4980.7%50
27Dacia Duster2671.0%313,1930.9%36
28Opel Zafira2671.0%n/a2,6410.7%46
29VW Up!2661.0%n/an/an/an/a
30Peugeot 2072631.0%n/a4,2571.2%21
31BMW X32621.0%492,7510.8%41
32Skoda Superb2490.9%n/a2,0590.6%60
33Audi A62460.9%372,0660.6%59
34BMW Serie 52460.9%453,3660.9%33
35Hyundai i202430.9%383,1270.9%37
36Mitsubishi ASX2300.9%n/a1,7020.5%68
37Audi Q52180.8%482,4020.7%54
38VW Caddy2120.8%173,4641.0%32
39Ford C-Max2110.8%333,6321.0%29
40Seat Leon2110.8%462,8270.8%39
41VW Sharan2080.8%55,8281.6%11
42Audi A42040.8%165,5691.6%12
43Seat Alhambra2010.7%242,6400.7%47
44BMW Serie 12000.7%292,0560.6%61
45Mercedes C Klasse1980.7%343,0690.9%38
46Toyota Verso1980.7%432,1430.6%57
47Toyota Yaris1940.7%501,7740.5%66
48Hyundai ix201900.7%232,7720.8%40
49Seat Altea1900.7%262,7330.8%43
50Mazda21890.7%n/a2,7440.8%42

Source: www.automotive.co.at

This Post Has 2 Comments

Leave a Reply

Back To Top