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Poland March 2018: Audi Q5 breaks record, T-Roc and Karoq in Top 50

The Audi Q5 hits an all-time high #26 in Poland in March.

* See the Top 15 brands and Top 50 models by clicking on the title *

New car sales in Poland continue to surge ahead at +3.1% in March to 57.282 units, leading to a Q1 volume up 10.4% to 155.227. Brand leader Skoda follows the market at +3%, but its two followers both lose ground: Volkswagen is down 5% and Toyota down 6%. Opel (+2%) overtakes Ford (+2%) to rank 4th like in 2017 above Renault (+7%) while Dacia soars 42% to #7, passing Kia also very healthy at +25%. Audi (+33%), Hyundai (+21%) and Peugeot (+11%) shine but Fiat (-27%) struggles and Volvo breaks into the Polish Top 15 for the first time since March 2016. Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia (-5%) remains on top for the 2nd month running above the Fabia (-4%) but the latter is still #1 YTD. The Opel Astra (+18%) is up two spots on February to climb on the podium while its archenemy the VW Golf (-22%) is in great difficulty. The Renault Clio (+65%), Dacia Duster (+41%) and Toyota Yaris (+25%) post the largest gains in the Top 10. Further down, notice the Dacia Sandero (+52%) and Kia Cee’d (+34%) while the Audi Q5 shoots up to a record 26th spot and both the VW T-Roc (#40) and Skoda Karoq (#41) break into the Polish Top 50 for the first time.

Previous month: Poland February 2018: Skoda (+26%) again outpaces market up 8.8%

One year ago: Poland March-April 2017: Opel Astra leads in market up 11%

Full March 2018 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below.

Poland March 2018 – brands:


Poland March 2018 – models:

1Skoda Octavia1,8783.3%-5%15,6853.7%17%22
2Skoda Fabia1,7743.1%-4%25,7203.7%12%11
3Opel Astra1,6752.9%18%54,2132.7%1%43
4VW Golf1,5512.7%-22%34,0882.6%4%54
5Toyota Yaris1,5022.6%25%44,4962.9%33%35
6Renault Clio1,3252.3%62%142,5241.6%11%108
7Nissan Qashqai1,2402.2%14%92,7661.8%24%813
8Ford Focus1,2082.1%-2%63,0992.0%11%66
9Dacia Duster1,1011.9%41%172,3441.5%5%119
10Toyota Auris1,0291.8%-17%72,8771.9%-13%77
11Skoda Rapid9521.7%1%82,7341.8%3%910
12Renault Master8011.4%20%201,9021.2%23%1717
13Skoda Superb7981.4%9%122,2681.5%17%1215
14Opel Corsa6881.2%-5%271,8551.2%-13%1818
15VW Passat6871.2%-11%132,0651.3%1%1511
16Toyota C-HR6821.2%-5%101,9681.3%-6%1619
17Hyundai Tucson6771.2%17%182,0751.3%15%1414
18Dacia Sandero6641.2%52%261,6451.1%58%2225
19Kia Cee’d6351.1%34%191,7921.2%27%1924
20Toyota Corolla6121.1%-12%161,7631.1%3%2021
21Volvo XC606091.1%-36%401,2160.8%-32%3127
22Fiat Tipo6011.0%-13%112,1901.4%19%1312
23VW Tiguan5971.0%2%231,5571.0%4%2423
24Kia Sportage5661.0%-14%221,7141.1%1%2120
25Fiat Ducato5581.0%-34%211,6291.0%-20%2316
26Audi Q55330.9%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
27Toyota RAV45290.9%4%301,4600.9%3%2729
28Nissan X-Trail5220.9%n/a489740.6%n/a45n/a
29Seat Leon5100.9%-36%291,4791.0%9%2628
30Renault Megane5090.9%-28%311,3550.9%-13%2922
31Iveco Daily5030.9%0%361,1710.8%-1%3326
32Seat Ibiza4690.8%55%421,0850.7%26%3950
33Opel Mokka4630.8%-19%411,1360.7%-28%3633
34Hyundai i204470.8%7%281,3780.9%12%2834
35Opel Insignia4340.8%n/a391,1620.7%n/a3448
36Toyota Aygo4260.7%-29%151,5091.0%23%2547
37VW Golf Sportsvan4170.7%-11%241,2330.8%-6%3032
38Mercedes Sprinter3900.7%-15%371,1170.7%15%3737
39VW Touran3880.7%n/an/a9100.6%n/a48n/a
40VW T-Roc3860.7%newn/an/an/anewn/a –
41Skoda Karoq3690.6%newn/an/an/anewn/an/a
42Dacia Dokker3680.6%n/an/a8990.6%n/a49n/a
43VW Caddy3630.6%-1%461,0200.7%11%4344
44Suzuki Vitara3630.6%-7%341,0000.6%4%4441
45Renault Captur3630.6%21%n/an/an/an/an/a35
46Toyota Avensis3580.6%-18%381,0570.7%-19%4030
47Ford Kuga3540.6%n/a321,1740.8%n/a32n/a
48Skoda Kodiaq3360.6%n/a449510.6%n/a46n/a
49Renault Trafic3330.6%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
50Peugeot Boxer3300.6%-3%n/an/an/an/an/a43
n/aPeugeot Partner3200.6%-15%431,0550.7%6%4139
n/aFord Mondeo3170.6%-41%501,0420.7%-21%4231
n/aCitroen C33100.5%n/a331,1550.7%n/a3549
n/aHyundai i303100.5%n/a359510.6%60%4746
n/aFord Fiesta3050.5%-34%251,1060.7%-11%3842

Source: SAMAR

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. I think something is off in your last tables (seen also in other articles). How can the Q1 volume be up 10,4% while every manufacturer in the top 20 is down /17?

    1. Thank you Milan for picking this up – the /17 figures have now been corrected. Could you please let us know which articles you have seen similar pattern?

      Many thanks,
      All the best,

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