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Israel November 2018: Mazda (+53%), Nissan (+36%), Mitsubishi (+30%) shine in market down 9.7%

Israeli Mazda sales soar 53% year-on-year in November.

Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today November brands data for Israel, models data is a quarterly occurrence. The market is down a steep 9.7% year-on-year this month to 16.054 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down 4.8% to 262.390. Kia (-6%) retains the top spot for the 2nd straight month at 13.8% share vs. 13.4% YTD, distancing Skoda (-3%) and Toyota (-24%) while Nissan (+36%) soars to 4th place ahead of Renault (+0.1%). Leader YTD, Hyundai (-31%) is in great difficulty and falls 4 spots on October to #6. Mazda (+53%) and Mitsubishi (+30%) shine but Suzuki (-30%) and Seat (-14%) struggle. Further down, DS (+300%), Infiniti (+143%), Jaguar (+100%), Lexus (+87%), Dacia (+78%), Cadillac (+62%), Land Rover (+57%), Ford (+39%) lead a great performer field almost exclusively composed of premium brands.

Previous month: Israel October 2018: Dacia, Nissan, Hyundai shine in market up 7.7%

One year ago: Israel November 2017: Kia leads, Skoda up 40% to #3

Full November 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Israel November 2018 – brands:

PosBrandNov-18%/17Oct2018%/17PosFY17
1Kia2,21413.8%-6%135,12213.4%-1%22
2Skoda1,5369.6%-3%419,7207.5%-8%46
3Toyota1,3708.5%-24%326,65710.2%-13%33
4Nissan1,2918.0%36%515,1235.8%9%54
5Renault1,0806.7%0%710,9834.2%-13%99
6Hyundai1,0446.5%-31%238,28514.6%5%11
7Suzuki8425.2%-30%612,8524.9%-20%75
8Mitsubishi7834.9%30%912,8184.9%19%88
9Seat7784.8%-14%108,9023.4%9%1013
10Mazda6313.9%53%813,1155.0%1%67
11Honda5463.4%5%136,1212.3%-18%1412
12Volkswagen5333.3%-7%155,5872.1%-19%1514
13Dacia4282.7%78%174,0561.5%-5%1717
14Subaru3862.4%-25%145,4932.1%-13%1618
15Citroen3842.4%-20%116,7552.6%-13%1211
16Peugeot3512.2%-12%126,4012.4%2%1316
17Chevrolet/GMC2741.7%-51%166,8892.6%-3%1110
18Fiat2081.3%-57%232,7481.0%-35%2219
19BMW1901.2%-44%183,2231.2%-4%2022
20Ford1721.1%39%251,6730.6%-42%2325
21Opel1601.0%-60%192,9751.1%-29%2120
22Lexus1120.7%87%241,4530.6%21%2526
23Mercedes1100.7%3%213,5701.4%-5%1921
24Volvo960.6%-1%221,5880.6%29%2424
25Audi920.6%-29%203,9991.5%-13%1815
26Jeep730.5%-14%269630.4%5%2727
27Isuzu670.4%-13%271,3540.5%0%2623
28Alfa Romeo670.4%14%285780.2%-17%2828
29Infiniti510.3%143%324940.2%21%3132
30MG390.2%n/a294990.2%94%3040
31Mini350.2%-10%305520.2%-13%2930
32Land Rover330.2%57%313050.1%7%3433
33Cadillac210.1%62%334610.2%-12%3229
34Jaguar200.1%100%361580.1%42%3635
35SsangYong90.1%-36%343740.1%24%3331
36DS80.0%300%371080.0%93%3736
37Chrysler70.0%n/a39180.0%-42%4141
38Porsche60.0%200%352210.1%34%3534
39Smart30.0%50%41570.0%-21%3939
40Abarth30.0%200%40360.0%-33%4038
41Iveco10.0%n/a42130.0%n/a4244
42Maserati00.0%-100%38740.0%-39%3837
43Ferrari00.0%n/a –90.0%0%4342
44Aston Martin00.0%n/a4370.0%-67%4443
45Maxus00.0%n/a4410.0%n/a45 –

Source: cartube.co.il

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