The Mazda CX-3 lifts its Polish ranking record from #26 to #8.
The Polish new vehicle market steps up 13.2% year-on-year in October to 52.691 units including light commercials, leading to a year-to-date tally up 3.1% to a record 514.221 sales. As it has been the case for the past few months, the passenger cars market is even more dynamic at +18.4% to 48.216, with the YTD volume up 3.5% to 448.474. Skoda (+12.3%) roughly matches the market growth the reclaim the brands top spot it holds YTD with 12.6% share vs. 11%, distancing Toyota (+67.3%) vastly outpacing the market while below, Volkswagen (+0.3%), Ford (-1.7%) and Mercedes (+1.1%) all underperform but the latter still soars to a fantastic 5th place overall. In the remainder of the Top 10, Mazda (+85.7%) is the best performer and earns a spot in the YTD Top 15, with Fiat (+38.3%) also impressive at #9. Note in the PC ranking, Mazda is up to #8 this month and #13 YTD.
Model-wise, the Toyota Corolla (+494.6%) manages a stunning 6th consecutive monthly win but remains #2 year-to-date below the Skoda Octavia (+21.6%). The Skoda Fabia (-24.1%) is back onto the podium despite a dire year-on-year drop, distancing the Toyota Yaris (+30.7%), Opel Astra (+20.1%) and Dacia Duster (+17.3%). But the most impressive performer this month in Poland is without a doubt the Mazda CX-3 (+122.1%) up 28 spots on September to brilliantly break into the Top 10 for the first time in any main European country at #8, smashing its previous ranking record of #26 hit last January. The Skoda Superb (+42.3%) and VW Tiguan (+66.7%) also impress in the remainder of the Top 10. The Skoda Scala is up 19 spots on last month to a record #14.
Note: Since June 2019, we also publish the Top 15 brands and Top 50 models for passenger cars excluding light commercials.
Full October 2019 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below (all market and passenger cars only).