Renault Scenic sales are up 94.5% in a market down -71.4%.
The Slovenian new car market sinks -71.4% year-on-year in April to just 1.846 registrations, pulling the year-to-date tally down -38.8% to 16.354. Local producer Renault (-28.9%) scores the best hold in the Top 12 by far, and as a result shoots up to 32.3% share which should be an all-time record. This is to be compared with the 16.3% the French carmaker holds YTD where it places 2nd behind Volkswagen (-81.2%) down to 14.6% share this month. Skoda (-73.4%) is faithful to the third place it holds YTD, distancing Peugeot (-66.3%) up 6 spots on March to #4, Dacia (-65.8%) and Toyota (-70%). Opel (-79.9%) is up 10 ranks on last mont to #8 despite falling faster than the market. Further down, Land Rover (+40.9%) is the only gainer in market at #14 vs. #21 so far in 2020. Model-wise, as expected Renault monopolises the podium with the Clio (-14.7%), Scenic (+94.5%) and Captur (-48.9%), with the VW Golf (-80.6%) and Dacia Sandero (-57.3%) rounding out the Top 5. The Peugeot 2008 (-54.3%) is up 21 spots on March to #7, the Peugeot 208 (-56.9%) up 17 to #10 and the Range Rover Evoque up 35 to #12. The Skoda Kamiq (#15) tops all recent launches.
Full April 2020 Top 30 All-brands and Top 165 All-models below.