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Hungary November 2019: Ford Kuga up to #2, Dacia Lodgy up to #4 in market up 25%

The Lodgy helps Dacia up to #3 in the Hungarian October brands ranking.

New car sales in Hungary shoot up 25% year-on-year in November to 14.215 registrations, lifting the year-to-date tally up 11.7% to 141.769. Ford (+67.2%) manages a second consecutive month as the most popular carmaker in the country with 12.9% share vs. 9.6% so far this year, distancing traditional market leader and local producer Suzuki (+4.4%) which is slowly recovering from abusing self-registrations earlier in the year, up two spots on October to #2 and easily retaining the YTD pole position at 16.3% share. Dacia (+43.4%) leaps up 4 spots on last month to land on the third step of the podium at 9.3% share vs. 6.4% YTD, toppling Skoda (+55.3%), Volkswagen (+31.1%), Toyota (+18.7%) and Kia (+76.6%). Renault (+42.4%) also shines at #9 while Mercedes breaks into the Top 10 at #10. Model-wise, the Suzuki Vitara (+5.1%) reclaims the top spot for the first time since August ahead of the Ford Kuga (+208%) up 5 spots YTD to #5, the Skoda Octavia (+58%) and the Dacia Lodgy up to a record 4th place. The Ford Tourneo Custom (#7), Toyota Corolla (#9) and Renault Captur (#10) also impress.

Previous month: Hungary October 2019: Ford, Skoda, VW best-selling brands in market up 13.8%

One year ago: Hungary November 2018: Suzuki Vitara (+26%), SX4 S-Cross (+22%) defy market down -8%

Full November 2019 Top 10 brands and models below.

Hungary November 2019 – brands:


Hungary November 2019 – models:

1Suzuki Vitara8616.1%5.1%210,6107.5%1.1%11
2Ford Kuga7735.4%208.0%63,2332.3%12.0%56
3Skoda Octavia6024.2%58.0%16,4904.6%10.6%32
4Dacia Lodgy5724.0%n/an/a1,4691.0%161.4%2849
5Suzuki SX4 S-Cross5603.9%5.3%58,4916.0%90.0%23
6Dacia Duster4723.3%-10.8%83,8312.7%11.6%44
7Ford Tourneo Custom4062.9%n/an/a2,5711.8%124.9%1222
8Opel Astra K3682.6%n/a42,8782.0%n/a87
9Toyota Corolla3622.5%n/an/a2,5941.8%153.3%1133
10Renault Captur3142.2%n/an/a1,7621.2%52.2%1924
n/aKia Cee’d3022.1%n/a32,9722.1%109.9%720
n/aFiat 5002091.5%-9.5%n/a2,9952.1%48.9%611
n/aRenault Clio1761.2%-37.6%n/a2,6811.9%7.8%98
n/aOpel Corsa1160.8%-54.9%n/a2,6341.9%41.2%1012

Source: Datahouse via

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