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Hungary September 2019: Opel and Astra snap lead, Suzuki (-73.9%) outside Top 10

The Opel Astra is the best-selling vehicle in Hungary in September.

The Hungarian new car market is up 8.6% year-on-year in September to 9.655 units, leading to a year-to-date tally up 10% to 115.106. Paying the price for artificially filling up on demo sales over the past couple of month (and hitting an all-time record 28.4% share in August), brand leader Suzuki (-73.9%) spectacularly slips out of the Top 10 brands in September to a famished 3.2% share vs. 17.7% so far in 2019. Instead, Opel (+65%) convincingly takes the lead of the brands charts with 12.2% share vs. 8.2% YTD, distancing Ford (+0.3%), Kia (+131.3%), Toyota (-10.3%) and Dacia (+3.2%). Volkswagen (+144%), Fiat (+93.7%), Renault (+86.9%) and Hyundai (+22.6%) also impress in the Top 10. Model-wise, the Suzuki Vitara (-88.9%) and SX4 S-Cross (-97.2%) see their sales come to an almost stop at just 52 and 15 units respectively. In contrast, the Opel Astra (+76.2%), Kia Cee’d (+304.9%) and Fiat 500 (+73.9%) compose a brand-new podium. The Ford Kuga (+9%) is up to #5, the Ford Focus (+102.3%) up to #6 and the Dacia Lodgy breaks into the Hungarian Top 10 for the first time at #10.

Previous month: Hungary August 2019: Suzuki up 408.7% to record 28.4% share

One year ago: Hungary September 2018: Ford, Skoda, Dacia can’t prevent -7.5% drop

Full September 2019 Top 10 brands and models, Full 8 months Top 75 models below.

Hungary September 2019 – brands:

PosBrandSep-19%/18Aug2019%/18PosFY18
1Opel1,17812.2%65.0%59,4468.2%9.3%34
2Ford1,15011.9%0.3%410,3429.0%1.0%22
3Kia6947.2%131.3%85,4534.7%29.9%89
4Toyota6596.8%-10.3%27,9476.9%1.1%56
5Dacia6536.8%3.2%77,0936.2%27.0%77
6Renault6286.5%86.9%95,3954.7%8.3%98
7Skoda6176.4%-39.1%69,1337.9%-2.4%43
8Volkswagen5055.2%144.0%37,6566.7%-9.6%65
9Fiat4885.1%93.7%103,9853.5%43.9%1013
10Hyundai4785.0%22.6%n/an/an/an/a1112
n/aSuzuki3083.2%-73.9%120,39117.7%36.8%11

Hungary September 2019 – models:

PosModelSep-19%/18Aug2019%/18PosFY18
1Opel Astra3703.8%76.2%52,2802.0%-40.2%97
2Kia Cee’d3323.4%304.9%n/a2,2842.0%80.7%820
3Fiat 5003273.4%73.9%62,6742.3%74.3%511
4Skoda Octavia3173.3%-50.9%35,2104.5%5.4%32
5Ford Kuga3143.3%9.0%n/a2,1841.9%-6.9%106
6Ford Focus2652.7%102.3%n/a2,1721.9%-23.0%115
7Dacia Duster2582.7%2.4%n/a3,1332.7%25.8%44
8Renault Clio2512.6%23.6%72,3872.1%19.8%78
9Opel Corsa2202.3%11.1%102,4352.1%67.9%612
10Dacia Lodgy2182.3%n/an/a7670.7%46.4%5249
n/aSuzuki Vitara520.5%-88.9%19,3118.1%5.3%11
n/aSuzuki SX4 S-Cross150.2%-97.2%27,6436.6%124.0%23

Hungary January-August 2019 – models:

PosModel2019%/18FY18
1Suzuki Vitara9,2598.8%10.5%1
2Suzuki SX4 S-Cross7,6287.2%164.9%3
3Skoda Octavia4,8934.6%13.8%2
4Dacia Duster2,8752.7%28.5%4
5Fiat 5002,3472.2%74.4%11
6Opel Corsa2,2152.1%76.9%12
7Renault Clio2,1362.0%19.4%8
8Ford Transit1,9661.9%56.8%n/a
9Kia Cee’d1,9521.9%65.1%20
10Opel Astra K1,9101.8%-17.9%7
11Ford Focus1,9071.8%-29.1%5
12Ford Ranger1,8811.8%61.5%n/a
13Suzuki Swift1,8721.8%98.7%30
14Ford Kuga1,8701.8%-9.1%6
15Toyota Corolla1,7111.6%112.0%33
16Ford Tourneo Custom1,6321.5%108.7%22
17Toyota Yaris1,5201.4%-16.8%9
18Dacia Sandero1,4901.4%29.3%17
19Nissan Qashqai1,3961.3%-29.7%10
20VW Golf1,3631.3%-10.3%15
21Fiat Ducato1,2621.2%2.8%n/a
22Toyota C-HR1,2191.2%-9.5%14
23Kia Sportage1,2111.1%-1.2%19
24Dacia Dokker Van1,1711.1%7.7%n/a
25VW Passat1,1641.1%-6.7%21
26Toyota RAV41,1341.1%23.9%29
27Renault Captur1,0911.0%2.6%24
28VW Polo1,0351.0%26.5%26
29Renault Master1,0271.0%36.6%n/a
30Toyota Auris1,0121.0%-31.3%13
31Dacia Logan9910.9%30.1%27
32Hyundai i309780.9%-1.4%28
33Ford Ecosport9760.9%33.2%31
34Opel Astra J9370.9%-26.6%16
35Opel Mokka X9320.9%-3.9%23
36Suzuki Baleno8930.8%47.4%41
37Hyundai Kona8860.8%n/a46
38Skoda Superb8520.8%5.4%34
39VW Tiguan8200.8%-12.8%n/a
40Skoda Rapid7860.7%-39.8%18
41Hyundai Tucson7670.7%-10.4%35
42Toyota Hilux7530.7%9.0%66
43Ford Mondeo7320.7%4.6%38
44Ford Transit Custom7190.7%n/an/a
45Renault Mégane7020.7%-30.9%32
46Skoda Kodiaq6390.6%n/an/a
47Peugeot Boxer6350.6%12.8%67
48VW T-Roc6310.6%-1.9%44
49Seat Arona6260.6%n/an/a
50Jeep Renegade6250.6%6.1%43
51Citroen Jumper5850.6%n/a64
52Skoda Fabia5800.6%-41.6%25
53Skoda Karoq5740.5%n/a42
54Nissan Juke5680.5%n/a39
55Seat Leon5640.5%-17.5%45
56Kia Venga5520.5%n/an/a
57Dacia Lodgy5490.5%n/a49
58Honda Civic5400.5%n/an/a
59Fiat Doblo Cargo5350.5%n/an/a
60Nissan Navara5290.5%n/an/a
61VW Caddy5230.5%n/an/a
62Opel Insignia5150.5%-25.6%40
63VW Transporter5090.5%n/an/a
64Fiat Tipo5070.5%n/an/a
65Dacia Dokker4980.5%n/an/a
66Honda CR-V4910.5%n/an/a
67Ford Fiesta4870.5%-32.1%36
68Opel Crossland X4840.5%n/a48
69VW Crafter4830.5%n/an/a
70Peugeot 30084630.4%n/an/a
71Mazda CX-34610.4%n/an/a
72Hyundai i204310.4%n/a47
73BMW 5 Series/GT4130.4%n/an/a
74Opel Grandland X4050.4%n/an/a
75VW Golf Sportsvan4030.4%n/an/a

Source: Datahouse via autonavigator.hu, autoszektor.hu, many thanks to Csaba.

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