The Seat Ibiza is the most popular vehicle in Serbia in February.
According to data by our Central European data partner CE Auto, new car sales in Serbia continue to evolve markedly higher than last year, with January registrations up 15.9% to 2.353 units and 2020 volumes now up 15.2% to 4.192. We have a surprise leader this month: the Seat Ibiza with a round 200 sales and 8.5% share, enough to also propel it to #1 YTD whereas it had never cracked the Top 10 before last month (#4). This smells like a bulk order by either a rental car company, a carshare program or the government. If you live in Serbia and know more about why the Ibiza is #1 this month, please make sure to comment on this article. The Renault Clio (+115.2%) is up one spot on January to #2 while the Skoda Fabia (+30.4%) is down two spots on January to round out the podium but remains #2 YTD. The Fiat Tipo (+30.6%) and Dacia Duster (+47.3%) also shine further down while the Skoda Scala breaks into the Serbian Top 10 for the first time at #8.
Full February 2020 Top 10 models ranking below.