The Skoda Kamiq enters the Polish Top 30 in November.
New vehicle sales in Poland edge up 2% year-on-year in November to 50.731 registrations including light commercials, leading to a year-to-date tally up 3% to 564.952. Once again the passenger cars market is more vigorous at +5.7% to 44.633 units with a year-to-date volume now up 3.7% to 493.107. The brands podium remains unchanged on October and YTD with Skoda (-9.6%) in the lead despite a steep fall while Toyota (+40.2%) surges to score the largest gain in the Top 6 ahead of Volkswagen (-12.7%) in dire straits also. Mazda (+94.4%) is the most dynamic in the Top 10 for the second month running, with Fiat (+44%), Kia (+14.5%) and Renault (+11.4%) also impressive with double-digit gains, something that BMW (+10.5%) also achieves further down.
Model-wise, it’s a 7th consecutive month in pole position for the Toyota Corolla (+295.4%), keeping the Skoda Octavia (-15%) and Fabia (-15.2%) at bay but the launch of the new generation occurred too late in the year to enable the Corolla to snap the annual top spot, it currently ranks #2 with an unassailable 962-sales gap with the #1, the Skoda Octavia. The Fiat Tipo (+97%), VW Tiguan (+54.8%), Toyota Yaris (+45.3%), Opel Astra (+26.8%) and Dacia Duster (+11.3%) also post spectacular gains in the remainder of the Top 10, whereas the VW Golf (-30.9%) and Renault Clio (-12.9%) implode. Among recent launches, the Skoda Scala is up one spot on last month to #13, and the Skoda Kamiq breaks into the Top 50 at #26. The Seat Arona and VW Arteon make it into the passenger cars Top 50.
Note: Since June 2019, we also publish the Top 15 brands and Top 50 models for passenger cars excluding light commercials.
Full November 2019 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below (all market and passenger cars only).