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

Ford is the #1 brand in Hungary in October, the Focus ranks #7 overall.

The Hungarian new light vehicle market gains 13.8% year-on-year in October to 12.374 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally up 10.4% to 127.013. Including light commercials, sales are up 11.6% YTD to 148.795 units. Ford (+12.7%) takes the lead of the brands ranking for the month above Skoda (+23%) and Volkswagen (+114.3%) both up 5 spots on September. Suzuki (-27%) remains weak but reenters the Top 10 at #4 and remains by far the best-seller YTD at 16.9% share vs. 9.3% for the #2 Ford. Kia (+85.7%) surges to #6. The best YTD performers include Suzuki (+31%), Fiat (+38.3%), Kia (+35.2%), Jeep (+24.5%), Volvo (+24.3%), Ssangyong (+50.6%), Mini (+78.9%), Smart (+230.3%), Tesla (+406.2%), DS (+225%), Maserati (+72.7%) and Bentley (+350%) while at the other end of the scale Lada (-49.3%), Jaguar (-43%), Nissan (-28.6%), Subaru (-22.4%) and Mitsubishi (-21.9%) all struggle. Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia (+24.4%) soars 3 spots on September to snap the top spot, two percentage points of market share above the Suzuki Vitara (-47.2%) still in dire straits but back inside the monthly Top 10 at #2, and the Kia Cee’d (+153.9%) scoring another outstanding month at #3. The VW T-Cross appears in the YTD Top 100 at #84.

Previous month: Hungary September 2019: Opel and Astra snap lead, Suzuki (-73.9%) outside Top 10

One year ago: Hungary October 2018: Suzuki and Vitara top market back in positive

Full October 2019 Top 7 brands and Top 8 models, January-October 2019 Top 100 models below.

Hungary October 2019 – brands:

PosBrandOct-19%/18Sep2019%/18PosFY18
1Ford1,44211.7%12.7%211,7849.3%2.3%22
2Skoda1,2109.8%23.0%710,3438.1%0.0%33
3Volkswagen1,1219.1%114.3%88,7776.9%-2.4%65
4Suzuki1,0798.7%-27.0%n/a21,47016.9%31.0%11
5Toyota9097.3%-17.0%48,8567.0%-1.1%56
6Kia8176.6%85.7%36,2704.9%35.2%89
7Opel5704.6%-18.5%110,0167.9%7.2%44
n/aFiat3412.8%n/a94,3263.4%38.3%1013

Hungary October 2019 – models:

PosModelOct-19%/18Sep
1Skoda Octavia6785.5%24.4%4
2Suzuki Vitara4383.5%-47.2%n/a
3Kia Cee’d3863.1%153.9%2
4Opel Astra J+K (e)3002.4%11.5%1
5Suzuki SX4 S-Cross2882.3%-45.0%n/a
6Ford Kuga2762.2%-4.5%5
7Ford Focus2371.9%-13.5%6
8Dacia Duster2261.8%-45.5%7

Hungary January-October 2019 – models:

PosModel2019%FY18
1Suzuki Vitara9,7496.6%1
2Suzuki SX4 S-Cross7,9315.3%3
3Skoda Octavia5,8884.0%2
4Opel Astra J+K3,6072.4%7
5Dacia Duster3,3592.3%4
6Fiat 5002,7861.9%11
7Kia Cee’d2,6701.8%20
8Opel Corsa2,5181.7%12
9Renault Clio2,5051.7%8
10Ford Kuga2,4601.7%6
11Ford Focus2,4091.6%5
12Ford Transit2,3271.6%n/a
13Suzuki Swift2,2491.5%30
14Toyota Corolla2,2321.5%33
15Ford Ranger2,2171.5%n/a
16Ford Tourneo Custom2,1651.5%22
17Toyota Yaris1,8601.3%9
18VW Golf1,8451.2%15
19Dacia Sandero1,7481.2%17
20Nissan Qashqai1,6121.1%10
21Fiat Ducato1,5211.0%n/a
22Kia Sportage1,4821.0%19
23Toyota C-HR1,4621.0%14
24Renault Captur1,4481.0%24
25Toyota RAV41,3670.9%29
26Dacia Dokker Van1,3190.9%n/a
27VW Passat1,2430.8%21
28Hyundai i301,1950.8%28
29Hyundai Kona1,1840.8%46
30VW Polo1,1700.8%26
31Renault Master1,1590.8%n/a
32Ford Ecosport1,1480.8%31
33Opel Mokka X1,1140.7%23
34Dacia Logan1,1000.7%27
35Hyundai Tucson1,0600.7%35
36Toyota Hilux1,0580.7%66
37VW Tiguan1,0510.7%n/a
38Skoda Superb1,0410.7%34
39Toyota Auris1,0380.7%13
40Suzuki Baleno9780.7%41
41Skoda Kodiaq9130.6%n/a
42Ford Mondeo9080.6%38
43Dacia Lodgy8970.6%49
44Jeep Renegade8890.6%43
45Ford Transit Custom8670.6%n/a
46Renault Mégane8230.6%32
47Seat Arona8060.5%n/a
48Skoda Rapid7990.5%18
49VW T-Roc7800.5%44
50Peugeot Boxer7710.5%67
51Skoda Fabia7100.5%25
52Honda Civic6780.5%n/a
53Fiat Tipo6710.5%n/a
54Citroen Jumper6690.4%64
55Kia Venga6610.4%n/a
56Ford Fiesta6580.4%36
57Skoda Karoq6500.4%42
58Opel Crossland X6420.4%48
59Nissan Juke6330.4%39
60Honda CR-V6330.4%n/a
61Fiat Doblo Cargo6170.4%n/a
62Seat Leon6120.4%45
63VW Caddy6040.4%n/a
64Opel Insignia5980.4%40
65VW Transporter5660.4%n/a
66Nissan Navara5630.4%n/a
67Dacia Dokker5480.4%n/a
68Hyundai i205420.4%47
69VW Crafter5400.4%n/a
70BMW X55360.4%n/a
71Peugeot 30085360.4%n/a
72Mazda CX-35230.4%n/a
73BMW 5 Series5140.3%n/a
74Mercedes E Class4970.3%n/a
75Volvo XC604780.3%55
76Ford C-Max4700.3%70
77Renault Kadjar4670.3%n/a
78Mazda CX-54650.3%n/a
79VW Golf Sportsvan4560.3%n/a
80Opel Grandland X4540.3%n/a
81Suzuki Ignis4470.3%51
82Ford Transit Connect Van4440.3%n/a
83Honda Jazz4310.3%56
84VW T-Cross4090.3%n/a
85Ford S-Max4090.3%n/a
86Mazda64070.3%58
87Mercedes C Class4060.3%n/a
88Toyota Aygo4060.3%n/a
89Opel Vivaro Tour4040.3%n/a
90Isuzu D-Max3980.3%n/a
91Nissan Leaf3890.3%n/a
92Mercedes GLC3810.3%n/a
93VW Arteon3780.3%50
94Citroen C33730.3%n/a
95Ford Transit Custom Van3680.2%n/a
96Opel Combo3620.2%n/a
97Ford Transit Courier3530.2%n/a
98Peugeot Partner3500.2%n/a

Source: Datahouse via autoszektor.hu, many thanks to Csaba.

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