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Serbia July 2017: Berlingo and C3 push Citroen up 7-fold

The Citroen Berlingo is equal #1 with the Fiat 500L in July. 

* See the Top 35 All-brands and Top 10 models by clicking on the title *

According to data published by our Central European data partner CE Auto, new car sales in Serbia are up 1% year-on-year to 2.315 registrations, leading to a year-to-date total up 14% to 18.518 units. Local publication Vrele Gume, which reports brand sales in the country, has these figures at 2.531 and 17.993 respectively. This month Skoda (+7%) overtakes local producer and traditional leader Fiat at 12.5% share vs. 11.6% (-15%) for the Italian carmaker. Volkswagen (+82%) is also nipping at Fiat’s heels with a 11.2% share. In 4th place, Citroen shoots up 7-fold compared to July 2016 thanks to a one-off stunning score by the Berlingo, equal #1 with the Fiat 500L this month, while the C3 soars to #4, making its first Serbian Top 10 appearance since BSCB started following this market monthly in 2014. Ford (+32%), Dacia (+20%) and Audi (+78%) also impress near the top of the ranking. Model-wise, the Kia Cee’d (#5), Audi A3 (#8) and Skoda Rapid (#10) also punch well above their YTD weight.

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

One year ago: Serbia July 2016: Fiat 500L leads, Hyundai i30 and Tucson shine

Full July 2017 Top 35 All-brands and Top 10 models below.

Serbia July 2017 – brands:

PosBrandJul-17%/16May2017%/16PosFY16
1Škoda31712.5%7%22,08011.6%-5%22
2Fiat29311.6%-15%12,35713.1%-5%11
3VW28411.2%82%31,80410.0%-14%33
4Citroen2158.5%572%95963.3%83%1114
5Renault1445.7%-38%51,2567.0%-10%44
6Ford1325.2%32%61,1196.2%18%67
7Dacia1285.1%20%41,1336.3%6%56
8Opel1224.8%-31%71,1046.1%-5%75
9Toyota1124.4%10%88814.9%21%89
10Hyundai1004.0%-47%108034.5%-29%98
11Audi983.9%78%135473.0%33%1211
12Mercedes893.5%n/a116843.8%n/a1013
13Lada622.4%n/a172111.2%n/a20 –
14Peugeot562.2%10%124482.5%18%1412
15Suzuki562.2%22%182901.6%5%1718
16Kia522.1%21%144492.5%2%1310
17BMW512.0%16%163822.1%29%1515
18Nissan391.5%18%153481.9%34%1616
19Mazda371.5%-3%202811.6%11%1817
20Land Rover331.3%450%192681.5%223%1922
21Jeep251.0%47%261150.6%8%2320
22Iveco240.9%n/a211851.0%n/a21 –
23Alfa Romeo130.5%225%24730.4%59%2625
24Honda120.5%-14%231360.8%-6%2219
25Volvo80.3%14%221050.6%67%2423
26Porsche60.2%-33%27490.3%-9%2724
27Mitsubishi40.2%-20%29420.2%5%2826
28Mini40.2%-33%30350.2%35%2927
29Isuzu40.2%n/a28190.1%n/a32 –
30Seat30.1%-50%25810.5%65%2521
31Smart20.1%n/a33230.1%n/a30 –
32Jaguar20.1%n/a34210.1%n/a3131
33Infiniti20.1%-33%32140.1%27%3432
34Subaru10.0%-75%35170.1%6%3329
35Bentley10.0%n/a3750.0%n/a36n/a

Serbia July 2017 – models:

PosModelJul-17%/16May2017%/16PosFY16
1Fiat 500L1004.3%-15%11,1866.4%23%11
1Citroen Berlingo1004.3%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
3Skoda Octavia793.4%-10%56933.7%-2%22
4Citroen C3672.9%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
5Kia Cee’d642.8%n/a9n/an/an/an/an/a
6Opel Astra592.5%-37%25142.8%-7%73
7Skoda Superb572.5%24%n/a4572.5%22%87
8Audi A3532.3%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
9Renault Clio512.2%-39%84532.4%7%99
10Skoda Rapid492.1%-25%n/an/an/an/an/an/a
n/aDacia Sanderon/an/an/a36543.5%22%35
n/aFord Fiestan/an/an/a45653.1%25%46
n/aSkoda Fabian/an/an/a65563.0%24%54
n/aVW Golfn/an/an/a75302.9%61%6n/a
n/aHyundai Tucsonn/an/an/an/a4072.2%-4%1010

Sources: CE Auto, Vrele Gume

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