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Poland November 2012: Opel Astra stops 44 months of Skoda Octavia domination!

Opel Astra

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The Polish new car market is down 8% year-on-year in November to 26,867 registrations, bringing the year-to-date total to 287,025 units vs. 287,083 at the same time last year, so pretty stable! Massive event atop the models ranking: for the first time since February 2009, the Skoda Octavia is not #1, with the title of most popular model in Poland going to the Opel Astra this month thanks to 1,179 sales and 4.4% share. Note that this coincides with the launch of the Astra sedan version (picture above) and that these figures also include the previous generation Astra, which was also the #1 model in Poland in February 2009, the last time the Octavia wasn’t #1. The Octavia is down to #2 at 953 units and 3.5% this month but stays #1 year-to-date by far with 14,843 sales and 5.2% with the Astra at #3 with 8,246 units and 2.9%.

Opel Corsa

It’s an excellent month for Opel indeed, up to #2 brand in November at 2,478 sales and 9.2% vs. 2,497 and 9.3% for Skoda, and also placing the Corsa at #3 with 781 sales and 2.9%, up 13 spots on October. The Skoda Fabia stays #4 and ranks #2 year-to-date at 9,103 units and 3.2%. Notice also the Renault Clio up 21 ranks to #6, the Ford Fiesta up 19 to #7, the Kia Cee’d  up 3 to #16, the VW Tiguan up 15 to #22, the Peugeot 308 up 54 to #25 and the Dacia Lodgy cuts its ranking in half, up to #41 with 200 sales.

Peugeot 301

Further down, the Citroen DS4 is up a further 30 spots to #54 vs. #111 year-to-date while its big sis the Citroen DS5 is up 49 to #90 vs. #152 YTD… A few recent launches progress this month: the Volvo V40 is up 14 ranks to #59, the Skoda Rapid up 66 to #80, the Dacia Dokker up to #106 at 62 units and the Mercedes Citan up 20 to #113. Finally, we welcome the Peugeot 301 in the Polish ranking this month, landing at #159 with 26 sales.

Previous month: Poland October 2012: Toyota Yaris and Nissan Qashqai impress

One year ago: Poland October 2011: VW Golf up to #4 (no November post)

Full November 2012 Top 200 Ranking Table below.

Poland November 2012:

PosModelNov%Oct2012%Pos2011
1Opel Astra1,1794.4%58,2462.9%33
2Skoda Octavia9533.5%114,8435.2%11
3Opel Corsa7812.9%165,1731.8%1011
4Skoda Fabia7572.8%49,1033.2%22
5Nissan Qashqai7122.7%37,0402.5%58
6Renault Clio6792.5%273,5031.2%2213
7Ford Fiesta6012.2%264,0671.4%1410
8Toyota Yaris5842.2%27,3282.6%46
9Fiat Panda5642.1%75,5201.9%85
10VW Golf5362.0%65,6002.0%79
11Fiat Ducato5171.9%84,6161.6%1116
12Ford Focus4701.7%96,0782.1%64
13Kia Sportage4601.7%134,3471.5%1220
14VW Passat4241.6%213,7451.3%1812
15Dacia Duster4101.5%105,4691.9%928
16Kia Cee’d4001.5%193,3391.2%2326
17Hyundai ix353961.5%233,7021.3%1932
18Honda Civic3961.5%113,5141.2%2135
19Peugeot 2083871.4%122,4470.9%35 –
20Renault Master3611.3%183,0001.0%2625
21Fiat Punto3061.1%224,0191.4%157
22VW Tiguan2991.1%372,4580.9%3374
23Chevrolet Aveo2911.1%344,2001.5%1322
24Toyota Avensis2891.1%253,7771.3%1721
25Peugeot 3082681.0%791,7060.6%4941
26Citroen Berlingo2661.0%312,7130.9%2917
27Toyota Auris2440.9%292,7911.0%2823
28Renault Megane2430.9%203,7801.3%1615
29Hyundai i302400.9%173,5661.2%2014
30Citroen C42400.9%242,4540.9%3446
31Ford Transit2290.9%362,1410.7%3729
32Peugeot Partner2270.8%303,0021.0%2524
33Opel Insignia2270.8%422,9801.0%2718
34Chevrolet Cruze2240.8%412,0150.7%4173
35Peugeot Boxer2210.8%392,1360.7%3833
36Iveco Daily2170.8%431,6490.6%5345
37Mercedes Sprinter2100.8%402,0120.7%4238
38Skoda Citigo2050.8%471,2540.4%68 –
39Peugeot 5082020.8%511,7080.6%4860
40VW Caddy2000.7%442,1350.7%3934
41Dacia Lodgy2000.7%834260.1%140 –
42Ford Mondeo1880.7%153,2361.1%2419
43Nissan Juke1880.7%282,3030.8%3631
44Skoda Roomster1870.7%541,9840.7%4351
45VW Polo1860.7%382,5490.9%3236
46Skoda Superb1830.7%452,0950.7%4039
47Hyundai i201790.7%142,5660.9%3130
48Kia Venga1720.6%322,6500.9%3027
49Honda CR-V1650.6%481,3770.5%6261
50Fiat Fiorino1580.6%611,4590.5%5956
51Suzuki SX41560.6%531,6280.6%5448
52Fiat Doblo1540.6%581,4760.5%5749
53Renault Kangoo1530.6%931,0960.4%7354
54Citroen DS41340.5%846440.2%111n/a
55Dacia Logan1320.5%761,8270.6%4464
56Citroen Jumper1310.5%811,2240.4%7040
57VW Up!1280.5%461,3150.5%66 –
58Volvo XC601270.5%521,4520.5%6057
59Volvo V401240.5%733390.1%154 –
60BMW 5 Series1230.5%631,1440.4%7271
61Skoda Yeti1200.4%641,6620.6%5158
62BMW X31190.4%591,2660.4%6778
63VW Transporter1170.4%871,0340.4%7669
64Hyundai i101110.4%601,3270.5%6553
65Citroen C31090.4%721,6640.6%5047
66Hyundai ix201090.4%951,3790.5%6162
67Audi Q51080.4%668330.3%9290
68VW Jetta1070.4%331,5670.5%5567
69Fiat 5001060.4%498480.3%9089
70Renault Trafic1030.4%711,0930.4%7472
71Toyota RAV4990.4%621,2110.4%7159
72Chevrolet Spark960.4%881,7090.6%4770
73Peugeot 3008930.3%351,7680.6%4665
74Mitsubishi ASX930.3%561,3440.5%6344
75BMW 3 Series910.3%688450.3%91n/a
76Kia Rio900.3%981,4640.5%58n/a
77Suzuki Swift890.3%551,7850.6%4542
78Toyota Corolla880.3%901,2320.4%6950
79Citroen C4 Picasso880.3%978880.3%8575
80Skoda Rapid880.3%1461220.0%n/a –
82Kia Picanto850.3%571,3430.5%6479
81Mazda CX-5850.3%1297070.2%104 –
83Toyota Aygo840.3%1027060.2%105n/a
84Nissan Micra820.3%651,4970.5%5637
85Alfa Romeo Giulietta800.3%891,0230.4%7791
86Mitsubishi Outlander790.3%697160.2%10280
87Ford C-Max780.3%857740.3%9784
88Renault Laguna770.3%998830.3%8663
89Opel Zafira770.3%1436420.2%112n/a
90Citroen DS5760.3%1393540.1%152 –
91Dacia Sandero750.3%501,6580.6%5287
92Mercedes GLK750.3%1125150.2%124n/a
93Citroen C5740.3%758510.3%8883
94Hyundai i40740.3%1346580.2%107n/a
95Mercedes Vito730.3%1017800.3%95n/a
96Chevrolet Captiva730.3%1156540.2%108113
97Mercedes A-Class700.3%807510.3%99n/a
98VW Crafter700.3%1107360.3%10093
99Toyota Corolla Verso690.3%929140.3%8292
100Audi A3680.3%1185480.2%121n/a
101Nissan Note670.2%861,0200.4%7868
102Opel Mokka660.2%701630.1%n/a –
103Renault Fluence650.2%1139080.3%8366
104Audi A6640.2%779260.3%80n/a
105Fiat Linea620.2%1275140.2%125n/a
106Dacia Dokker620.2%n/a850.0%n/a –
107Opel Meriva600.2%n/a3560.1%151n/a
108Audi Q3590.2%1005830.2%116n/a
109Chevrolet Orlando570.2%821,0740.4%75112
111VW Amarok570.2%1033710.1%149n/a
110Honda Jazz550.2%1236610.2%10676
112Renault Scenic540.2%1089140.3%8181
113Mercedes Citan540.2%133950.0%n/a –
114Peugeot 5008530.2%787790.3%9699
115Fiat Sedici530.2%1205260.2%12397
116VW Touran530.2%1074920.2%131n/a
117BMW X1520.2%1064590.2%134n/a
118Mitsubishi Lancer510.2%748490.3%8955
119BMW X5510.2%1512570.1%170n/a
120VW CC500.2%678670.3%87n/a
121Audi A4500.2%1096440.2%110105
122Mini490.2%967120.2%103n/a
123Mercedes C-Class470.2%1627170.2%101n/a
124Suzuki Grand Vitara460.2%1218100.3%9482
125Mercedes E-Class460.2%1325500.2%11996
126Lancia Ypsilon450.2%1223720.1%148n/a
127Honda Accord440.2%1057710.3%98n/a
128Toyota Hilux440.2%1244820.2%133120
129Citroen C3 Picasso430.2%1306310.2%113n/a
130Seat Ibiza430.2%1415650.2%11877
131Jeep Grand Cherokee430.2%1314580.2%135n/a
132Fiat Bravo420.2%1149720.3%7943
133Mercedes ML-Class410.2%914980.2%130n/a
134Fiat Freemont390.1%1542960.1%164n/a
135Subaru XV390.1%1352630.1%169n/a
136Opel Vivaro380.1%1116490.2%109n/a
137Renault Thalia370.1%1455670.2%11788
138Ford Kuga370.1%1474030.1%14695
139Suzuki Jimny360.1%1762920.1%165n/a
140Audi A5330.1%1365020.2%129n/a
141Volvo S60330.1%1384130.1%145n/a
142Seat Altea330.1%n/a2680.1%167n/a
143Mazda3320.1%1636000.2%11594
145Fiat Scudo320.1%1254200.1%142n/a
144Mitsubishi L200320.1%1603500.1%153n/a
146Mercedes GL-Class320.1%n/a910.0%n/an/a
147Mercedes B-Class310.1%949020.3%84n/a
148Ford S-Max310.1%1196040.2%11485
149VW Caravelle310.1%1642990.1%161n/a
150Jeep Compass300.1%n/a2970.1%163n/a
151Volvo V60290.1%1423080.1%158n/a
152Opel Combo280.1%1263890.1%147n/a
153Range Rover Evoque280.1%1593200.1%156n/a
154Subaru Legacy280.1%1772550.1%172n/a
155VW Sharan270.1%1503180.1%157n/a
156BMW X6260.1%1533070.1%159n/a
157Nissan X-Trail260.1%n/a2510.1%173n/a
158Jeep Wrangler260.1%n/a1580.1%n/an/a
159Peugeot 301260.1% –260.0%n/a –
160Subaru Forester250.1%1565120.2%127n/a
161BMW 1 Series250.1%1714240.1%141n/a
162Kia Sorento250.1%1282550.1%171n/a
163Nissan Navara240.1%1494400.2%139n/a
164Seat Leon230.1%1525030.2%128100
165Kia Optima230.1%1404410.2%138n/a
166VW Touareg230.1%1702500.1%174n/a
167Peugeot Expert230.1%n/a2310.1%177n/a
169Lexus GS230.1%1441800.1%n/an/a
168Mitsubishi Colt220.1%1588270.3%9386
170Hyundai Elantra220.1%1555120.2%126n/a
171Ford Transit Connect220.1%n/a2240.1%178n/a
172Peugeot 107220.1%n/a2120.1%184n/a
173Suzuki Splash210.1%1375420.2%122n/a
174Ford Ranger210.1%1173200.1%155n/a
175Mercedes Viano210.1%n/a2630.1%168n/a
176Volvo XC70210.1%1742140.1%181n/a
177Volvo XC90200.1%1732320.1%176n/a
178Nissan NV200200.1%1662230.1%179n/a
179Toyota Land Cruiser190.1%n/a1660.1%n/an/a
180Lexus RX190.1%n/a1530.1%n/an/a
181Mazda6180.1%1164430.2%137n/a
182Citroen C1180.1%1574180.1%143116
183Volvo S80180.1%n/a2460.1%175n/a
184Mazda2180.1%n/a2150.1%180n/a
185Porsche Cayenne180.1%1682050.1%n/an/a
186Renault Koleos170.1%1652980.1%162n/a
187Lancia Voyager170.1%n/a1460.1%n/a –
188Renault Twingo160.1%1673070.1%160n/a
189Seat Alhambra160.1%n/a2130.1%183n/a
190Opel Movano160.1%n/a2080.1%185n/a
191VW Multivan150.1%n/a1580.1%n/an/a
192Jaguar XF150.1%n/a1370.0%n/an/a
193Audi A1140.1%1692130.1%182n/a
194Audi Q7140.1%1751850.1%n/an/a
195VW Scirocco140.1%n/a1730.1%n/an/a
196FS-Lublin Pasagon140.1%n/a630.0%n/an/a
197Alfa Romeo Mito130.0%1612750.1%166n/a
198Nissan Cabstar130.0%n/a930.0%n/an/a
199Ford B-Max130.0%104850.0%n/a –
200Kia Soul120.0%1724130.1%14498
201Mercedes CLS-Class120.0%n/a1970.1%n/an/a
202Ford Galaxy120.0%n/a1960.1%n/an/a
203VW New Beetle120.0%n/a1710.1%n/an/a
204BMW 7 Series120.0%n/a1540.1%n/an/a
205Nissan Pathfinder120.0%n/a1110.0%n/an/a

Source: Carmarket.com.pl

This Post Has 7 Comments
  1. Hey guys,
    no idea about ds3 sales.
    The reason for low sales of SEAT is some kind of fight between Polish dealership and VW. I don’t know the details but SEATs are sold by some local company (or together with it). The same for VW, Audis and Skoda, but now VW took over. And they want to take over SEAT as well, they sign some agreement 3 or 4 years back and the price is based also on the number of sales of SEATs in recent years. So you can clearly see the incentives for VW, they keep wholesale prices of SEATs high so that local dealership is forced to keep high prices (which are above market levels for similar prices) and sales are low. Once they take over, SEAT should be back in the game.
    I am just wondering how this local company agreed to sign such deal.
    And another thing – Seat has just Ibiza, nothing more. Leon is old, Altea is old, Mia is not really in the market, Exco is old. And Toledo is not yet in the market I guess, tho given how Rapid was priced I do not except good sales for Toledo. So only Ibiza is interesting

  2. And this is because Opel had a great discounts for their 150 anniversary. And Astra III with aircon costed just slightly more than B-class car with aircon, Astra IV costed slighly less than similar Cee’d or I30 and so on. The share of individual purchasers went up significantly for Opel. Next month (or January) they will be back to 3rd place or so I guess. Although Skoda will have troubles if they stop selling Octavia Tour, since Rapid is way too expensive. And despite a lot of buzz in the media, only 88 rapids were sold, mostly for dealerships.

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