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Serbia April 2017: Fiat and 500L dominate

The Fiat 500L is once again the best-seller in Serbia. 

* See the Top 38 All-brands and Top 10 models by clicking on the title *

According to our Central European data partner CE Auto, 3.226 new cars found a buyer in Serbia in April 2017 (+7%) and 10.127 year-to-date (+14%). Vrele Gume has these figures at 3.488 and 9.229 respectively. In the brands ranking Fiat (-5%) and Skoda (-8%) both lose ground but remain in the lead while Volkswagen (+57%) and Ford (+88%) shoot up in third and fourth places respectively. Inside the Top 10, Toyota (+45%) and Kia (+70%) impress while outside it’s Audi (+35%), Citroen (+35%), BMW (+28%) and Land Rover (+317%). Model-wise, the locally-produced Fiat 500L is once again the most popular nameplate in the country despite sales down 21%, distancing the Dacia Sandero (+12%), Skoda Octavia (+9%) and Fabia (+27%). The Skoda Superb (+42%) and Hyundai Tucson (+34%) also lodge fantastic gains.

Previous post: Serbia Full Year 2016: Fiat 500L leads, Opel Astra on podium

One year ago: Serbia April 2016: Fiat 500L outpaces Skoda Octavia

Full April 2017 Top 38 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Serbia April 2017 – models (source CE Auto):

PosModelApr-17%/162017%/16PosFY16
1Fiat 500L1905.9%-21%6416.3%23%11
2Dacia Sandero1554.8%12%4334.3%34%25
3Skoda Octavia1173.6%9%4054.0%5%32
4Skoda Fabia1093.4%27%3423.4%27%44
5Renault Clio1043.2%6%2472.4%-6%109
6Skoda Superb912.8%42%2642.6%26%87
7Hyundai Tucson902.8%34%2592.6%12%910
8Opel Astra832.6%-29%2642.6%37%73
9VW Golf732.3%n/a3363.3%n/a5n/a
10Ford Fiesta732.3%46%3213.2%34%66

Serbia April 2017 – brands (source Vrele Gume – note different April and YTD totals):

PosBrandApr-17%/162017%/16PosFY16
1Fiat41912.0%-5%1,10912.0%-8%11
2Škoda3449.9%-8%1,07111.6%-10%22
3VW3359.6%57%97310.5%-54%33
4Ford2547.3%88%5816.3%17%77
5Dacia2497.1%-6%6236.8%-6%56
6Opel2266.5%7%6066.6%4%65
7Renault2075.9%-28%6617.2%-26%44
8Toyota2045.8%45%4605.0%20%99
9Hyundai1905.4%-7%4745.1%-24%88
10Kia1684.8%70%2512.7%-6%1210
11Mercedes1283.7%n/a3694.0%n/a1013
12Audi1083.1%35%2582.8%19%1111
13Citroen882.5%35%1812.0%-4%1514
14Peugeot812.3%-21%2162.3%-3%1312
15BMW742.1%28%1812.0%5%1415
16Mazda581.7%5%1591.7%10%1617
17Suzuki561.6%22%1431.5%8%1918
18Land Rover501.4%317%1541.7%202%1722
19Nissan401.1%8%1521.6%16%1816
20Honda381.1%41%820.9%-8%2219
21Iveco290.8%n/a991.1%n/a20
22Jeep260.7%73%570.6%10%2420
23Seat220.6%120%540.6%108%2521
24Volvo190.5%58%580.6%61%2323
25Lada150.4%n/a840.9%n/a21
26Porsche110.3%10%280.3%0%2724
27Mitsubishi110.3%-8%250.3%9%2826
28Alfa Romeo90.3%29%280.3%22%2625
29Subaru50.1%150%110.1%120%3229
30Smart40.1%n/a140.2%n/a30
31Jaguar40.1%n/a130.1%550%3131
32Isuzu40.1%n/a70.1%n/a35
33Mini30.1%-25%170.2%55%2927
34Infiniti30.1%200%70.1%75%3432
35Maserati30.1%n/a30.0%n/a37
36GAZ10.0%n/a80.1%n/a3330
37Great Wall10.0%-75%40.0%-84%3628
38Lexus10.0%n/a10.0%n/a38

Sources: CE Auto (models), Vrele Gume (brands)

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