The VW T-Cross is the best-selling vehicle in Slovenia in September.
The Slovenian new car market gains 6.6% year-on-year in September to 5.322 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down -4.3% to 57.408. Volkswagen (+53.8%) recuperates from a severe post-WLTP hangover a year ago to hold onto the top brands spot at 17.2% share, comfortably above Renault (-16.2%) at 11% and Skoda (+15.7%) at 10%. Nissan (+55.8%), Opel (+16.6%) and Citroen (+13.3%) also outpace the market in the Top 10 while Toyota (+6.8%) matches it. Below, Lexus (+400%), Land Rover (+357.1%), Mini (+180%), Alfa Romeo (+138.5%), Mercedes (+53.2%), Seat (+52.8%), Mazda (+32.3%), Dacia (+27.7%) and Suzuki (+18.9%) stand out.
Model-wise, the VW T-Cross signs its first ever monthly win in the world, edging past the Nissan Qashqai (+193.9%) for just 3 units while the VW Tiguan (+122.2%) rounds up the podium. The Renault Captur (+16.1%) and Clio (-45.3%) follow, the latter easily staying in control of the YTD ranking above the Skoda Octavia (-8.2%). The Fiat Tipo (+461.1%), Skoda Kodiaq (+322.6%), Opel Astra (+180%), Skoda Karoq (+56.6%), Opel Corsa (+54.5%), Dacia Sandero (+42.9%) and VW T-Roc (+37.6%) also make themselves noticed.
Full September 2019 Top 35 All-brands and Top 205 All-models below.