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Serbia May 2017: Fiat 500L reigns, Opel Astra and Ford Fiesta shine

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

* See the Top 37 All-brands and Top 10 models by clicking on the title *

Based on data published by our Central European data partner CE Auto, the Serbian new car market is up 25% year-on-year in May to 2.967 units, leading to a year-to-date total up 17% to 13.094 sales. Vrele Gume has these figures at 3.022 and 12.251 respectively. Fiat continues to lead the brands ranking with a strong 14.7% share this month, that’s two percentage points above its YTD level. It is followed like YTD by Skoda (10.1%) and Volkswagen (8.7%) while Dacia climbs up to 4th place with 7.2% ahead of Renault, Ford and Opel. Note Citroen up four spots on last month and its YTD ranking to #9. In the models ranking, the locally-produced Fiat 500L continues to reign supreme, boosted up 61% to 7.7% share by its facelift. The Opel Astra jumps up 6 spots to #2 overall, knocking the Dacia Sandero down to #3. The Ford Fiesta more than doubles its sales at +104% to 4th place and climbs up to #5 year-to-date (+46%). Notice also the Renault Clio up 127% and the Kia Cee’d and VW Passat making a rare appearance inside the Top 10.

Previous month: Serbia April 2017: Fiat and 500L dominate

One year ago: Serbia May 2016: Fiat Tipo breaks into Top 10

Full May 2017 Top 37 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Serbia May 2017 – brands:

PosBrandMay-17%Apr2017%PosFY16
1Fiat44514.7%11,55412.7%11
2Škoda30610.1%21,37711.2%22
3VW2648.7%31,23710.1%33
4Dacia2177.2%58406.9%56
5Renault1936.4%78547.0%44
6Ford1725.7%47536.1%77
7Opel1635.4%67696.3%65
8Toyota1484.9%86085.0%89
9Citroen1394.6%133202.6%1314
10Hyundai1123.7%95864.8%98
11Mercedes1093.6%114783.9%1013
12Peugeot973.2%143132.6%1412
13Audi892.9%123472.8%1111
14Kia812.7%103322.7%1210
15Nissan802.6%192321.9%1616
16BMW742.4%152552.1%1515
17Lada471.6%251311.1%21 –
18Suzuki461.5%171891.5%1918
19Land Rover421.4%181961.6%1822
20Mazda401.3%161991.6%1717
21Iveco361.2%211351.1%20 –
22Volvo220.7%24800.7%2323
23Honda170.6%20990.8%2219
24Alfa Romeo160.5%28440.4%2625
25Seat140.5%23680.6%2521
26Jeep130.4%22700.6%2420
27Porsche80.3%26360.3%2724
28Isuzu50.2%32120.1%34 –
29Mitsubishi40.1%27290.2%2826
30Mini40.1%33210.2%2927
31GAZ40.1%36120.1%3330
32Infiniti40.1%34110.1%3532
33Smart30.1%30170.1%30 –
34Jaguar30.1%31160.1%3131
35Subaru20.1%29130.1%3229
36Maserati20.1%3550.0%36 –
37Bentley10.0% –40.0%38n/a

Serbia May 2017 – models:

PosModelMay-17%/16Apr2017%/16PosFY16
1Fiat 500L2297.7%61%18706.6%31%11
2Opel Astra1023.4%13%83662.8%8%73
3Dacia Sandero1003.4%22%25334.1%31%25
4Ford Fiesta963.2%104%104173.2%46%56
5Skoda Octavia943.2%-27%34993.8%-3%32
6Skoda Fabia832.8%24%44253.2%26%44
7VW Golf772.6%17%94133.2%n/a6n/a
8Renault Clio682.3%127%53152.4%8%99
9Kia Cee’d662.2%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
10VW Passat612.1%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
n/aSkoda Superb551.9%-14%63192.4%17%87
n/aHyundai Tucson381.3%-33%72972.3%3%1010

Source: CE Auto, Vrele Gume

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