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Poland June 2018: Volkswagen, Kia, Dacia strong in market up 10.8%

The Dacia Duster is now the best-selling SUV in Poland in 2018.

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

New car sales in Poland soar 10.8% year-on-year to 52.415 registrations, a new record for the month leading to a YTD volume up 10.4% to 305.532 units including LCVs, also a new record. Brand leader Skoda (+11%) follows the market to 12.4% while Volkswagen surges 44% to 10.5% yet this is in line with its YTD share of 10.2%. Toyota (+10%) trails the market slightly but operates two percentage points below its YTD level at 7.9% vs. 9.9%, opposite to Renault (+8%) one point above at 7.2% vs. 6.2%. Kia (+27%), Dacia (+17%), Mercedes (+16%) and Opel (+13%) also beat the market in the Top 10 whereas Fiat (-16%) plunges. Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia (-5%), Fabia (+14%) and Opel Astra (+6%) hold onto their YTD positions on the podium, followed this time by the VW Golf (+8%) and Dacia Duster (+13%) which overtakes the Nissan Qashqai (-25%) to become the best-selling SUV in the country so far in 2018 at #9. Note Dacia also places the Sandero (#20), Dokker (#33) and Lodgy (#48) in the Top 50. The VW Polo (+104%), VW Tiguan (+76%), Renault Megane (+68%), Toyota Corolla (+67%), Renault Master (+55%), Skoda Citigo (+51%), Toyota C-HR (+42%), Suzuki Vitara (+33%) and Toyota Auris (+27%) also impress. The Skoda Karoq (#24) leads recent launches ahead of the VW T-Roc (#26) and Kia Stonic (#36) breaking into the Top 50 for the first time.

Previous month: Poland May 2018: Renault, Ford, Mercedes impress in record market

One year ago: Poland June 2017: Renault Clio, Fiat Tipo and Volvo XC60 shine

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

Poland June 2018 – brands:

PosBrandJun-18%/17May2018%/17PosFY17
1Skoda6,47412.4%11%136,26411.9%13%11
2Volkswagen5,51410.5%44%231,01810.2%16%32
3Toyota4,1417.9%10%330,2459.9%8%23
4Renault3,7767.2%8%418,9766.2%4%65
5Opel3,5396.8%13%620,4696.7%2%54
6Ford3,3276.3%2%520,8736.8%14%46
7Dacia2,8335.4%17%713,8024.5%12%78
8Kia2,3704.5%27%913,3414.4%15%89
9Mercedes2,2674.3%16%1011,9123.9%20%1010
10Fiat1,8643.6%-16%812,0273.9%-11%97
11Peugeot1,8073.4%11%1210,9263.6%14%1212
12Hyundai1,7353.3%10%1111,5253.8%16%1111
13Citroen1,4462.8%5%n/a7,4122.4%6%1515
14BMW1,4062.7%14%13n/an/an/an/a13
15Nissan1,3762.6%-26%n/a8,7972.9%10%1314
n/aAudi1,2292.3%n/a147,8982.6%n/a14n/a

Poland June 2018 – models:

PosModelJun-18%/17May2018%/17PosFY17
1Skoda Octavia1,8983.6%-5%110,6123.5%8%12
2Skoda Fabia1,7363.3%14%210,3633.4%10%21
3Opel Astra1,4772.8%6%48,2102.7%-3%33
4VW Golf1,0852.1%8%77,2022.4%-1%54
5Dacia Duster1,0121.9%13%84,9621.6%1%99
6Toyota Auris9011.7%27%65,9571.9%-6%77
7Renault Master8691.7%55%104,1731.4%30%1517
8Ford Focus8541.6%-7%36,4592.1%20%66
9Skoda Rapid8511.6%3%115,0581.7%2%810
10Toyota Yaris7991.5%-19%57,5012.5%18%45
11VW Passat7951.5%5%124,3531.4%0%1211
12Renault Clio7721.5%-30%154,4511.5%-13%118
13Toyota Corolla7511.4%67%94,1311.4%26%1621
14Nissan Qashqai7391.4%-25%204,8411.6%13%1013
15Skoda Superb6871.3%17%174,2811.4%19%1415
16VW Tiguan6671.3%76%163,6101.2%21%1923
17Renault Megane6521.2%68%302,7650.9%1%2622
18Toyota C-HR5811.1%42%143,9031.3%15%1719
19Iveco Daily5741.1%1%292,7260.9%-2%2726
20Dacia Sandero5681.1%-2%253,1351.0%25%2425
21Fiat Tipo5341.0%-36%134,2901.4%-3%1312
22VW Polo5291.0%104%242,2780.7%6%3238
23Hyundai Tucson5221.0%-10%213,7211.2%6%1814
24Skoda Karoq4900.9%new351,9600.6%new46n/a
25Fiat Ducato4770.9%-24%223,1631.0%-17%2316
26VW T-Roc4760.9%new47n/an/anewn/a –
27Opel Corsa4620.9%0%263,2351.1%-9%2018
28Skoda Citigo4580.9%51%442,0740.7%21%3945
29Kia Sportage4550.9%-11%273,2151.1%-2%2120
30Opel Insignia4510.9%n/a322,5420.8%n/a2848
31Volvo XC604420.8%-20%362,3620.8%-28%3027
32Mercedes Sprinter4300.8%-4%342,2620.7%13%3437
33Dacia Dokker4210.8%#DIV/0!n/an/an/an/an/an/a
34Citroen C34120.8%18%452,0540.7%27%4149
35Ford Fiesta4090.8%1%412,1040.7%-5%3842
36Kia Stonic4090.8%newn/an/an/anewn/an/a
37Suzuki Vitara4060.8%33%312,2680.7%14%3341
38Renault Captur3960.8%-16%192,1390.7%11%3735
39Kia Cee’d3670.7%-14%283,1981.0%16%2224
40VW Caddy3580.7%43%n/a2,0110.7%22%4344
41Skoda Kodiaq3540.7%-9%431,9030.6%n/a47n/a
42Seat Leon3490.7%-15%183,0291.0%17%2528
43Toyota Avensis3460.7%-13%n/a1,9750.6%-26%4430
44Hyundai i303430.7%31%332,0630.7%29%4046
45Peugeot Partner3430.7%-13%501,9650.6%3%4539
46Mazda CX-53360.6%n/an/a1,8450.6%n/a49n/a
47Ford Transit3230.6%n/a46n/an/an/an/an/a
48Dacia Lodgy3140.6%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
49Audi A63130.6%n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
50Opel Mokka3110.6%8%372,1700.7%-16%3633
n/aHyundai i202890.6%-19%402,3570.8%7%3134
n/aToyota RAV42870.5%-7%382,5170.8%11%2929
n/aVW Golf Sportsvan2690.5%5%n/a2,0190.7%-7%4232
n/aToyota Aygo2440.5%47%n/a2,2360.7%27%3547
n/aFord Mondeo2300.4%-39%n/a1,7990.6%-28%5031
n/aSeat Ibiza1700.3%-33%n/a1,8450.6%8%4850

Source: SAMAR

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  1. For me, the Polish numbers seem indicative for the order of things in 2018 sales (VW accelerating / Renault losing track). But according to a Japanse website 2018 H1 global sales outcome is this: #1 Renault-Nissan with 5,54 mio units. #2 VW Group with 5.52 mio. One might call that ‘the narrowest of margins’ ;). Toyota ranks #3, with 5,1 mio.

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