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Israel April 2018: Hyundai leads, Mitsubishi (+47%) and Renault (+36%) shine

Mitsubishi sales are up 47% year-on-year in April in Israel.

* See the Top 40 All-brands ranking by clicking on the title *

Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today April brands data for Israel, models data is now a quarterly occurrence. New car sales in the country edge down by just 22 units year-on-year to 19.493, leading to a year-to-date volume down 3.7% to 113.833 units. Hyundai cements its leadership thanks to a 17% year-on-year surge to 15%, frankly above sister company Kia down 12% to 12.4% while Toyota (-4%) rounds up the podium at 11.8% share. Skoda (+9%) is up one spot on March to #4, Suzuki (-11%) is up two to #5, Mitsubishi (+47%) up three to #6 and Renault (+36%) up one to #7. Seat (+21%) and Chevrolet (+12%) also shine inside the Top 10 whereas Mazda tumbles down 37%. Further down, Infiniti (+275%), Peugeot (+81%), Citroen (+60%), Volvo (+18%) and Mercedes (+17%) also impress while MG is back in the game at #29.

Previous month: Israel March 2018: Hyundai Ioniq snaps world-first pole position

One year ago:: Israel April 2017: Kia snaps top spot in market down 15%

Full April 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Israel April 2018 – brands:

PosBrandApr-18%/17Mar2018%/17PosFY17
1Hyundai2,92215.0%17%117,82015.7%-4%11
2Kia2,41612.4%-12%214,24812.5%0%22
3Toyota2,30011.8%-4%312,08210.6%-4%33
4Skoda1,6418.4%9%58,2247.2%-12%46
5Suzuki1,0095.2%-11%75,5664.9%-3%75
6Mitsubishi9574.9%47%95,3064.7%7%88
7Renault8234.2%36%84,7544.2%-10%99
8Seat6913.5%21%103,2862.9%-11%1113
9Chevrolet/GMC6243.2%12%113,3673.0%-1%1010
10Mazda6203.2%-37%66,2445.5%23%67
11Citroen5562.9%60%122,8932.5%-23%1211
12Nissan5552.8%2%46,7766.0%7%54
13Peugeot5452.8%81%142,7562.4%-11%1316
14Subaru4222.2%-17%172,0071.8%-12%1818
15Volkswagen4002.1%-12%162,1481.9%-10%1514
16Audi3902.0%0%202,0461.8%-8%1715
17Honda3651.9%-50%132,6152.3%-3%1412
18Dacia3251.7%3%211,3531.2%-24%2017
19Fiat3161.6%-23%181,3191.2%-30%2119
20Opel3021.5%-13%221,0740.9%-40%2220
21Mercedes1931.0%17%152,1051.8%0%1621
22BMW1911.0%-42%191,4391.3%16%1922
23Isuzu1650.8%-26%246770.6%88%2423
24Volvo1170.6%18%236320.6%34%2524
25Ford1030.5%-59%257560.7%-39%2325
26Jeep840.4%-1%273090.3%-24%2727
27Lexus830.4%-26%265190.5%12%2626
28Infiniti750.4%275%332320.2%30%3032
29MG590.3%n/a34720.1%-95%3540
30Alfa Romeo480.2%-27%311950.2%-33%3128
31Mini470.2%-10%292650.2%1%2830
32Cadillac430.2%13%282390.2%-21%2929
33Land Rover290.1%71%321380.1%27%3233
34Porsche260.1%117%36950.1%25%3434
35Jaguar170.1%467%35480.0%-49%3635
36SsangYong160.1%-6%301090.1%-18%3331
37Maserati70.0%0%38420.0%-49%3737
38Smart60.0%20%39310.0%-55%3839
39Abarth30.0%200%40170.0%-46%4038
40DS10.0%-75%37230.0%-39%3936
41Ferrari10.0%0%4120.0%-75%4242

Source: cartube.co.il

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