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New Caledonia (France) October 2019: Toyota (+45.5%), Hyundai (+189.3%), Ram (+400%) shine in market up 13.9%

The Ram 1500 is up to #12 in New Caledonia in October.

New Caledonia is a French Overseas archipelago located north-east of Australia, that just recently reaffirmed its will to belong to France with a new referendum. New car sales here gain 13.9% to 771 units in October, lifting the year-to-date tally to a slim 0.9% drop to 7.124. Toyota (+45.5%) continues to outpace the market but its October share at 13.9% is lower than YTD at 14.4%. Peugeot (+32.5%) leaps up two spots on September to #2, as do Citroen (+20.5%) to #3 and Hyundai (+189.3%) at #4. In contrast Dacia (+19.7%) and Ford (+12.5%) fall down the ranking. Model-wise, the Dacia Duster (+24.4%) reclaims the top spot it holds YTD ahead of the Ford Ranger (+15%) while the Peugeot 208 (+16.7%) is back up 13 spots on last month to #3 and the Citroen C3 (+77.8%) is up 9 to #4. Leader last month, the Toyota Hilux (-23.1%) drops to #5 but remains #2 YTD. Hyundai places the Tucson at #7 and the Creta at #9. The Ram 1500 is up to an excellent 12th place vs. #33 so far in 2019.

Previous month: New Caledonia (France) August-September 2019: Toyota (+25.2%), holds 23.8% share, places Hilux #1, C-HR #4 and Rush #15

One year ago: New Caledonia (France) October 2018: Dacia Duster #1, Peugeot shines

Full October 2019 Top 30 All-brands and Top 20 models below.

New Caledonia (France) October 2019 – brands:

PosBrandOct-19%/18Sep2019%/18PosFY18
1Toyota12813.9%45.5%193114.4%11.2%11
2Peugeot10611.5%32.5%467710.5%-2.4%32
3Citroen889.5%20.5%55228.1%-16.6%44
4Hyundai818.8%189.3%64647.2%15.1%67
5Dacia798.6%19.7%368210.6%2.9%23
6Ford636.8%12.5%24527.0%-23.8%75
7Renault596.4%11.3%75097.9%-0.2%56
8Subaru444.8%33.3%92413.7%-15.1%1010
9Kia404.3%-9.1%82794.3%-6.1%88
10Nissan313.4%-20.5%141692.6%-42.3%1211
11Suzuki303.3%11.1%102383.7%-22.0%119
12Mitsubishi242.6%-40.0%132503.9%6.8%912
13Dodge202.2%400.0%20610.9%-16.4%2020
14Mazda182.0%28.6%121131.8%-23.1%1516
15Volkswagen161.7%-44.8%161542.4%-27.0%1313
16Chevrolet131.4%30.0%19801.2%-38.0%1817
17Mercedes121.3%-7.7%17871.3%-13.0%1719
18Fiat111.2%22.2%151091.7%-26.4%1615
19Isuzu91.0%-52.6%111221.9%-34.4%1414
20Jeep91.0%50.0%23340.5%-5.6%2322
21Land Rover70.8%-22.2%18751.2%-26.5%1918
22Audi60.7%0.0%21420.7%-34.4%2121
23BMW60.7%50.0% –330.5%-10.8%2423
24Mini60.7%50.0% –330.5%3.1%2524
25Iveco40.4%-60.0%26250.4%-21.9%2625
26Jaguar30.3%-40.0%22370.6%48.0%2227
27DS30.3%200.0%25110.2%175.0%2830
28Alpine30.3%new –30.0%new29 –
29Porsche20.2%100.0%24180.3%-48.6%2726
30Alfa Romeo10.1%n/a –20.0%-60.0%3029

New Caledonia (France) October 2019 – models:

PosModelOct-19%/18Sep2019%/18PosFY18
1Dacia Duster566.1%24.4%34597.1%28.2%13
2Ford Ranger465.0%15.0%22924.5%-25.3%31
3Peugeot 208353.8%16.7%162433.8%19.1%46
4Citroen C3323.5%77.8%131652.6%-1.8%710
5Toyota Hilux303.3%-23.1%12934.5%-22.1%22
6Toyota Yaris303.3%-6.3%n/a1822.8%-11.7%64
7Hyundai Tucson293.1%1350.0%7851.3%157.6%2159
8Subaru XV283.0%16.7%91462.3%-17.5%117
9Hyundai Creta262.8%225.0%121562.4%30.0%815
10Peugeot 3008222.4%22.2%51492.3%-5.7%1013
11Nissan Navara202.2%-16.7%18861.3%-50.9%2011
12Ram 1500202.2%400.0%n/a610.9%-11.6%3330
13Dacia Sandero192.1%18.8%61362.1%-29.5%125
14Renault Clio161.7%33.3%n/a1913.0%24.8%59
15Subaru Forester161.7%100.0%14871.3%-6.5%1921
16Toyota RAV4151.6%150.0%81522.4%49.0%920
17Renault Kangoo151.6%0.0%22841.3%-8.7%2223
18Kia K2700141.5%-12.5%17901.4%-5.3%1719
19Toyota Land Cruiser141.5%366.7%11871.3%31.8%1832
20Mitsubishi ASX131.4%-13.3%n/a821.3%-9.9%2327
21Citroen C3 Aircross131.4%-27.8%n/a621.0%-36.1%3124
22Renault Trafic131.4%333.3%n/a480.7%-21.3%4036
23Citroen Berlingo121.3%-14.3%n/a1101.7%-10.6%1514
24Toyota C-HR121.3%new4781.2%new25 –
25Hyundai Kona111.2%83.3%n/a590.9%-4.8%3431
26Peugeot 2008111.2%175.0%n/a560.9%-8.2%3535
27Citroen Jumpy101.1%100.0%n/a510.8%-38.6%3826
28Isuzu D-Max91.0%-52.6%101141.8%-37.0%138
29Suzuki Swift91.0%-10.0%211101.7%-30.4%1412
30Suzuki Jimny91.0%28.6%n/a661.0%214.3%2943

Source: Manufacturers

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