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Greece October 2019: VW T-Roc breaks into Top 5 in market edging up 2.1%

The VW T-Roc manages its very first Top 10 – and Top 5 – finish in Greece.

New car sales in Greece edge up 2.1% year-on-year in October to 7.276 units, leading to a year-to-date volume up 9.7% to 100.048 registrations, the first time since 2010 that the YTD tally hits 100.000 units after 10 months. Toyota (-8%) remains the most popular carmaker despite a steep loss – the only one in the Top 6 – at 13.6% share vs. 11% so far in 2019, distancing Volkswagen (+52.2%), Hyundai (+35.6%), Peugeot (+14.7%), Citroen (+30.3%) and Nissan (+34.8%) all vastly outpacing the market. Below, Mitsubishi (+104.8%), Land Rover (+94.7%), Kia (+60.5%), Seat (+51.2%), BMW (+42.5%), Mercedes (+36.4%), Jeep (+34%), Smart (+31%) and Dacia (+16.1%) also shine. Model-wise the Toyota Yaris (-14.2%) remains in its traditional pole position with the Citroen C3 (+57.6%) holding onto the 2nd spot for the 2nd month running but still only #5 YTD, just as the Nissan Qashqai (+177.3%), VW Polo (+6.8%) and T-Roc (+260.3%) round up the Top 5, which means a first ever Greek Top 10 finish for the T-Roc. The Toyota Corolla (+406.9%), Mercedes A-Class (+56.3%), Hyundai i20 (+26.9%) and Peugeot 208 (+13.3%) also impress in the Top 10 and the VW T-Cross (#13) tops recent launches well above the Kia Xceed (#63) new for the month, the Skoda Scala (#65) and Citroen C5 Aircross (#74).

Previous month: Greece September 2019: VW (+94.4%), Hyundai (+89.9%), Mercedes (+118.9%) recover in market up 19.8%

One year ago: Greece October 2018: Toyota Yaris kills competition in market up 13%

Full October 2019 Top 35 All-brands and Top 175 All-models below.

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