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Turkey June 2019: Egea (+66.1%), Clio (+38.9%) & Corolla (+43.4%) euphoric in market down -16.4%

The Fiat Egea holds 11.3% of the Turkish market in June and 11.9% so far in 2019.

One year ago in June 2018 the Turkish market nightmarish freefall started (-39%), it is therefore logical that this month’s -16.4% drop is somewhat muted compared what we have witnessed in the past 12 months: there isn’t much room to go further down. The year-to-date tally now stands at a meagre 195.144 units halfway through 2019, a ghastly -44.8% fall and the lowest H1 volume in Turkey this decade, the only year coming close being 2010 (228.000)… Renault (-7.8%) contains its loss to the single-digits and snaps the brands top spot for the first time since January, relegating YTD leader Fiat (+27.1%) to #2 even though it sports a magnificent year-on-year gain. Toyota (+20.6%) and Peugeot (+3.2%) are the only other gainers in the Top 12, with Alfa Romeo (+500%), Mitsubishi (+173.1%), Mini (+156.1%), Jaguar (+137.5%), Ferrari (+100%), Suzuki (+92.9%), DS (+66.7%), Audi (+33.4%), Iveco (+25.2%) and Ssangyong (+22.2%) joining the ranks further down. BMW (-54%), Hyundai (-44.7%), Ford (-41.8%), Citroen (-35.4%) and Dacia (-31.7%) are hit particularly hard.

Model-wise, the Fiat Egea (+66.1%) continues to ignore the surrounding crisis at a mammoth 11.3% share, but this month the entire podium is lifted up spectacularly: the Renault Clio (+38.9%) hits a round 10% share and the Toyota Corolla (+43.4%) is up to 5.5%. The Mitsubishi L200 (+311%), Audi A3 (+279.4%), VW Golf (+132%), Hyundai Tucson (+75.4%), Skoda Octavia (+51.1%), Peugeot 3008 (+40.6%) and Dacia Duster (+28.6%) also score fantastic upticks in the remainder of the Top 25.

Previous month: Turkey May 2019: New Corolla (+4.1%) keeps Toyota afloat in market down -54.6%

One year ago: Turkey June 2018: Renault Clio leads, Honda Civic up in market freefalling -39%

Full June 2019 Top 40 All-brands and Top 25 models below.

Turkey June 2019 – brands:

PosBrandJun-19%/18May2019%/18PosFY18
1Renault7,49417.6%-7.8%229,19615.0%-43.9%21
2Fiat6,55515.4%27.1%131,10315.9%-20.6%12
3Volkswagen4,38910.3%-20.5%319,0669.8%-51.2%43
4Ford3,4528.1%-41.8%419,55610.0%-49.3%34
5Toyota2,7436.4%20.6%511,1275.7%-34.0%65
6Peugeot2,2605.3%3.2%611,2675.8%-30.5%57
7Hyundai1,8574.4%-44.7%710,2115.2%-54.0%76
8Honda1,8434.3%-26.7%88,4714.3%-39.7%89
9Dacia1,7394.1%-31.7%107,4603.8%-54.3%98
10Skoda1,4413.4%-16.5%135,1522.6%-57.8%1312
11Mercedes1,3403.1%-19.0%96,4773.3%-54.8%1011
12Opel1,3233.1%-13.0%116,2373.2%-49.3%1213
13Nissan1,2562.9%-29.4%126,3893.3%-47.5%1110
14Audi8912.1%33.4%143,8792.0%-48.4%1414
15Citroen6581.5%-35.4%153,2711.7%-55.6%1616
16BMW6371.5%-54.0%163,4921.8%-55.1%1515
17Seat5471.3%-27.4%182,0541.1%-65.8%1817
18Mitsubishi4371.0%173.1%211,1040.6%-49.6%2020
19Volvo3920.9%-32.1%171,8420.9%-35.4%1919
20Kia3540.8%-61.5%192,3891.2%-56.3%1718
21Suzuki2450.6%92.9%201,0400.5%-18.4%2121
22Mini1690.4%156.1%255950.3%1.5%2326
23Jeep1680.4%-4.0%248850.5%-24.4%2222
24Iveco1340.3%25.2%235550.3%-32.1%2424
25Isuzu730.2%-81.7%224210.2%-67.2%2523
26Alfa Romeo600.1%500.0%271890.1%90.9%2934
27Land Rover480.1%-48.4%263570.2%-50.8%2627
28SsangYong330.1%22.2%311650.1%-10.8%3131
29Subaru320.1%-66.7%283480.2%-54.8%2725
30Karsan310.1%-34.0%302820.1%-33.0%2829
31Porsche240.1%-33.3%321550.1%-50.6%3230
32Jaguar190.0%137.5%33890.0%-5.3%3333
33Mazda180.0%-55.0%291670.1%-71.0%3028
34DS150.0%66.7%34690.0%-42.0%3432
35Maserati30.0%-40.0%35190.0%-29.6%3636
36Lexus30.0%50.0%38180.0%-41.9%3735
37Ferrari20.0%100.0%37120.0%33.3%3838
38Smart10.0%-80.0%36200.0%25.0%3537
39Aston Martin10.0%0.0% –70.0%16.7%3940
40Lamborghini10.0%n/a4040.0%100.0%4142

Turkey June 2019 – models:

PosModelJun-19%/18May2019%/18PosFY18
1Fiat Egea4,83611.3%66.1%123,29211.9%27.2%11
2Renault Clio4,28910.0%38.9%313,5767.0%-20.2%23
3Toyota Corolla2,3355.5%43.4%28,7634.5%-19.0%45
4Renault Mégane2,3245.4%-17.0%410,8295.5%-44.1%32
5VW Golf2,0094.7%132.0%114,6722.4%-21.8%820
6Honda Civic1,6954.0%-20.5%77,5933.9%-35.3%54
7Ford Transit/Tourneo Courier1,2302.9%-42.2%66,6843.4%-45.2%67
8Peugeot 30081,1362.7%40.6%104,3572.2%-1.3%1122
9Nissan Qashqai1,0842.5%-18.5%124,6502.4%-39.4%99
10Dacia Duster9842.3%28.6%173,4061.7%-50.9%1311
11Fiat Doblo9212.2%18.5%83,4631.8%-56.0%1213
12Skoda Octavia8612.0%51.1%222,8381.5%-36.5%1824
13VW Passat8442.0%-54.3%n/a4,5412.3%-60.2%106
14Ford Transit/Tourneo7941.9%-33.2%56,6163.4%-35.2%78
15Audi A37361.7%279.4%211,6800.9%-42.1%n/a32
16Ford Focus6291.5%-49.4%163,1441.6%-59.2%1412
17Hyundai i20 Troy6121.4%-49.7%132,5581.3%-69.9%2115
18Opel Astra5951.4%-18.8%n/a2,6201.3%-61.4%1914
19Hyundai Tucson5281.2%75.4%182,8611.5%-4.6%1727
20Renault Symbol5091.2%-49.8%n/an/an/an/an/a17
21Fiat Fiorino4971.2%-51.7%93,0651.6%-64.5%1510
22Ford Kuga4881.1%24.5%n/an/an/an/an/a35
23Peugeot 3014511.1%-48.2%n/a2,9481.5%-58.8%1616
24Mercedes C Class4341.0%-30.2%232,4501.3%-48.0%2230
25Mitsubishi L2004111.0%311.0%n/an/an/an/an/a46
n/aVW Tiguan3670.9%-9.2%n/a2,2881.2%-17.8%2428
n/aVW Polo3100.7%-74.7%152,5781.3%-61.9%2018
n/aHyundai Accent Blue2950.7%-68.0%202,3551.2%-55.8%2326
n/aDacia Sanderon/an/an/an/a2,0181.0%-60.9%2519

Source: ODD

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