The Renault Duster snaps the #1 spot in Georgia.
With just one month to go in 2019, 4.790 new vehicle sales are accounted for in Georgia, that’s a whopping 1.814 over the September to November period. If Toyota (31.6%) easily holds onto the YTD top spot, it drops to 29.6% over the past 3 months, threatened by Renault up to a fantastic 25.2% over the same period, and up to #2 year-to-date at 14.8%. Ford (12.7%) also vastly over-performs vs. 8.8% so far in 2019, while Lexus is up to #4 but levels with its YTD share, overtaking Hyundai and Kia. Citroen is up to #8 vs. #14 year-to-date, Porsche is up to #10 vs. #13 and Jeep up to #12 vs. #20.
Model-wise, the Renault Duster spectacularly takes the lead over the past 3 months with just under 12% share, helped by deliveries to the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture and with 73% of its sales over the period actually Dacia-branded grey imports from possibly Turkey. The Ford Ranger slides just below at 11.1% share and the Toyota Corolla rounds the podium at a round 10% of the market, earning the YTD pole position in the process. In the YTD lead at end-August, the Toyota RAV4 is down to #5 over the past 3 months and to #3 YTD. The Renault Sandero also surges to #4 between September and November, with the Renault Logan, Kia Picanto and Lexus LX also making it into the Top 10.
Full Sep-Nov 2019 Top 39 All-brands and Top 145 All-models below.