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Greece April 2013: Hyundai i20 #2 in market up 21%!

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It seems too good to be true: after years of hell, the Greek new car market is up 21% year-on-year in April to 5,328 registrations, its second time in positive in the last 3 months with last February (+7%). Now let’s not get ahead of ourselves as April 2012 was down 57% on 2011, 65% on 2010, 68% on 2009 and 84% on 2008… so this doesn’t mean the end of the tunnel is here but it is an encouraging enough sign. Year-to-date, total sales now stand at 19,448 units, still down 10% on 2012.

The Toyota Yaris is the most popular model in the country for the 5th time in the last 12 months with 410 sales and 7.7% and is followed this time by the Hyundai i20, up 4 spots on March to #2 at 312 units and 5.9% while the VW Polo is up 7 to round up the podium with 261 sales and 4.9%. Other great performers include the VW Golf very strong at #5 and 3.9%, the Nissan Qashqai up 14 ranks to #6, Peugeot 208 up 7 to #7, Hyundai i30 up 17 to #8, BMW 1 Series up 9 to #18 and the Skoda Rapid solid at #24.

Previous month: Greece March 2013: Fiat Panda takes the lead

One year ago: Greece April 2012: Citroen C3 and Lancia Ypsilon stay afloat

Full April 2013 Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Greece April 2013:

PosModelApr%Mar2013%Pos2012
1Toyota Yaris4107.7%21,3707.0%12
2Hyundai i203125.9%67293.7%49
3VW Polo2614.9%107483.8%34
4Opel Corsa2364.4%31,0985.6%21
5VW Golf2063.9%55522.8%815
6Nissan Qashqai1583.0%204492.3%1011
7Peugeot 2081572.9%144072.1%1321
8Hyundai i301352.5%253862.0%1653
9Toyota Auris1282.4%83942.0%1514
10Opel Astra1172.2%77073.6%55
11Ford Fiesta1132.1%134272.2%126
12Suzuki Swift1072.0%154062.1%1412
13Fiat Grande Punto1052.0%113511.8%1822
14Toyota Aygo1001.9%232911.5%2023
15Seat Ibiza941.8%193221.7%1919
16Skoda Fabia931.7%94382.3%1117
17Fiat Panda871.6%16523.4%67
18BMW 1-Series861.6%272021.0%3029
19Citroen C4841.6%163731.9%1716
20Lancia Ypsilon821.5%222731.4%2224
21Nissan Micra761.4%45342.7%98
22VW Up!741.4%312741.4%2118
23Audi A3731.4%292051.1%2840
24Skoda Rapid711.3%181750.9%32 –
25Renault Clio691.3%172631.4%2335
26Mercedes A-Class661.2%212041.0%2943
27Alfa Romeo Giulietta631.2%421590.8%3431
28Hyundai i10621.2%242161.1%2613
29Volvo V40611.1%262421.2%2468
30Citroen C3591.1%126333.3%73
31VW Passat561.1%411370.7%3930
32Fiat 500531.0%502091.1%2725
33BMW 3-Series490.9%441160.6%4556
34Volvo S60460.9%n/a1060.5%5038
35Suzuki Alto430.8%331390.7%3733
36Smart Fortwo430.8%351290.7%4234
37Honda Civic420.8%451350.7%4059
38Suzuki SX4390.7%n/a730.4%n/a69
39Audi A1370.7%321390.7%3841
40Peugeot 107360.7%371200.6%4420
41BMW X1350.7%n/a660.3%n/a65
42Mini320.6%301140.6%4645
43Toyota Avensis320.6%n/a590.3%n/a70
44Nissan Juke310.6%381680.9%3336
45Skoda Citigo290.5%341570.8%3574
46Skoda Yeti260.5%481300.7%4148
47VW Tiguan260.5%n/a1070.6%4928
48Mercedes B-Class260.5%43990.5%n/a51
49Fiat 500L260.5%n/a540.3%n/an/a
50Chevrolet Spark250.5%n/a940.5%n/a44
51Mercedes C-Class250.5%n/a730.4%n/a52

Source: www.seaa.gr

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