The Volvo XC40 scores its first Top 50 finish in Poland, directly at #38.
New light vehicle sales in Poland logically perk up 21% year-on-year in September to 39.500 units on weak year-ago post-WLTP volumes, leading to a year-to-date tally up 2.1% to 461.350. Passenger cars are even more dynamic at +30.2% to 34.777 but show consistency YTD at +2% and 402.258. Toyota (+43.1%) reclaims the brands top spot for third time in the past 5 months and is back above Volkswagen (+34.7%) in the year-to-date charts at #2. Skoda (+4.2%) underperforms but scores a higher share (11.2%) than YTD (10.8%). Opel (+63.8%), Mercedes (+50.8%), BMW (+48.3%), Kia (+37.9%), Citroen (+35.3%), Volvo (+32.2%) and Fiat (+25.7%) also post strong scores in the remainder of the Top 15.
In the models ranking, the Toyota Corolla (+333.3%) manages a very impressive 5th consecutive month in pole position, stepping up to #2 YTD and distancing the Skoda Octavia (+13%), Opel Corsa (+137.3%) and Astra (+65.4%) for the month. The Fiat Tipo (+429.2%), VW Tiguan (+243.6%), Toyota RAV4 (+159.2%), BMW 3 Series (+100.8%), VW Golf (+66.1%), Dacia Duster (+40%) and Kia Cee’d (+38%) also shine further down. The Skoda Scala (#33) tops new launches and the Volvo XC40 (#38) scores its first monthly Top 50 finish in Poland.
Note: Since June 2019, we also publish the Top 15 brands and Top 50 models for passenger cars excluding light commercials.
Full September 2019 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below (all market and passenger cars only).