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Slovenia January 2020: Volkswagen (+17.6%) ignores market down -8.3%

The VW Tiguan is up to a record 2nd place in January.

New car sales in Slovenia dive -8.3% year-on-year in January to 6.215 registrations. Volkswagen (+17.6%) goes completely against the grain to return to the pole position it held over the FY2019 with a strong 18% share, distancing Renault (-12.7%) suffering from a particularly high January 2019 comparison base but close to its traditional level at 14% share and Skoda (-1.2%) resisting well and improving to 12% share vs. 9.9% over FY2019. Fiat (+188.2%) posts a spectacular gain to #4, with Toyota (+37.2%) and Seat (+24.9%) also doing really well in the remainder of the Top 10.

Model-wise, the locally-made Renault Clio is back to its traditional first spot, with the VW Tiguan lurching up 10 ranks on December to a new record #2 spot and the Fiat 500 rounding out the podium vs. #13 over the FY2019. The VW T-Cross is up 15 ranks on last month to #4 for an 8th Top 10 finish out of a 9-month career,  the VW Golf up 14 to #6 and the VW Polo up 13 to #8 just as the Skoda Karoq repeats in the Top 10 and the Skoda Kamiq shoots up 33 spots to #11.

Previous post: Slovenia 2019: Clio wins for 22nd year in a row, Dacia (+39.5%) and Sandero (+80.1%) superstars

One year ago: Slovenia January 2019: Renault (+17.8%), Skoda (+20.2%) strong in market up 1.4%

Full January 2020 Top 35 All-brands and Top 210 All-models below.

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