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Spain June 2020: Sales off another -36.7%, Renault Captur, VW T-Roc break ranking records

The Renault Captur hits a record 4th place in Spain in June.

The Spanish new car market is now slowly stirring out of lethargy after a strict Covid-19 lockdown was eased from May 4 onwards. Sales remain in dire straits though in the absence of any government intervention at -36.7% year-on-year to 82.651 units, the weakest June score since 2013 (72.881) to be compared with 130.513 in June 2019 and a June record of 172.967 in 2005. The Spanish government did announce a €3.75 billion stimulus program in mid-June mainly aimed at the manufacturing industry but also intended to replace existing cars older than 10 years for newer models. However nothing has been implemented just yet and it is unclear when this will happen. On the positive side, the worst has now passed when looking at year-on-year evolutions in March (-69.3%), April (-96.5%) and May (-72.7%). The year-to-date volume is now down -50.9% halfway through the year at 339.853 units which is estimated to be the lowest Spanish First Half volume since 1986 (est. 360.000 sales). We at BSCB had anticipated a slightly slower recovery and have therefore adjusted our 2020 forecast up to 827.000 units (-36%) which would be the weakest year since 2014 (857.635).

The VW T-Roc breaks into the Spanish Top 10 for the first time at #7.

All distribution channels are down by double-digits in June but encouragingly, private sales (-11.3%) fare the best at 44.694 and 54.1% share vs. 38.6% in June 2019. Company sales drop -28.2% to 28.114 and 34% share vs. 30% a year ago, with rental sales almost entirely responsible for the paltry June slump as they continue to crash down -76% to 9.843 units and 11.9% share vs. 31.4% in June 2019 at a crucial pre-Summer time. With international borders closed for most of the month and internal travel still restricted, tourism was non-existent and is likely to be particularly weak over the summer months, impacting rental car activity full frontal. Year-to-date, company sales this time fare best at -44.1% to 120.082 with private sales down -44.9% to 162.654 and 47.9% share vs. 42.7% in 2019 and rental sales again weighing the entire market down at -68.6% to 57.117 and just 16.8% share vs. 26.3% over the First Half of 2019. As it is now the case in most European markets, electrified vehicle sales swim upstream but volumes remain anecdotal in Spain: PHEVs are up 230% year-on-year to 1.454 and HEVs are up 23% but EVs crash -34%. Petrol sales halve at -47.5% to 43.383 and 52.5% share vs. 63.4% in June 2019 whereas diesel fares better at -28.2% to 24.272 and 29.4% share vs. 25.9%.

The Renault Clio is the best-selling vehicle in Spain in June.

Looking at the detail by region is an interesting test that shows some parts of the country are faring a lot better than the rest, such as Cetua y Melila down just -0.9% year-on-year but with the smallest volume (223), Pais Vasco down -6.1% to 3.308, Cantabria down -10.5% to 773, Galicia down -15.8% to 2.990, La rioja down -18.5% to 322, Navarra down -18.7% to 797, Aragon down -19.9% to 1.766, Extremadura down -21.6% to 938 and Cataluña down -22.5% to 12.029. In contrast, Madrid, by far the largest car sales centre in the country at 31.856 units in June, is down a massive -41.6% and pulls the entire country down. Similarly, Canarias – a holiday spot – is hit -58.1% to 2.537 and Valencia skids -55.3% to 7.377. Halfway through the year, the best performing regions are Cantabria (-41.6%) at 10.129, La rioja (-42.8%) at 1.363, Ceuta y Melilla (-43.6%) at 693 and Galicia (-44.4%) at 11.044. The worst are Baleares (-59%), another holiday spot at 7.120, Valencia (-58.9%) at 32.065, Murcia (-56.6%) at 6.444, Canarias (-54.1%) at 11.724 and Madrid (-51%) at 136.282. Cataluña is slightly above average at -48% to 47.437 sales.

The VW Tiguan drops just -8.4% year-on-year.

Volkswagen (-28.5%) signs its first pole position and highest share in two years, since ranking #1 with the same 9.4% share in June 2018, and advances to the #2 spot YTD in the process, each time knocking Peugeot (-42.7%) down from the May top spot and the #2 YTD rank. Renault (-40.7%) remains in third place for the month and #5 YTD while local behemoth Seat (-50%) is hit particularly hard this month with the steepest fall in the Top 15 but retains its YTD pole position. Mercedes (-15.7%), Toyota (-20.1%), Hyundai (-20.7%), Audi (-21.9%) and Kia (-25.6%) all outpace the market in the remainder of the Top 10 with Citroen (-49.3%) the only naughty kid standing. Further down, Bentley (+140%), Dongfeng (+75%), Cupra (+43.7%), Volvo (+15.2%), Land Rover (+12.6%) and Porsche (+8.3%) engineer the only year-on-year gains in market and we welcome another Chinese EV maker: JAC, with the very first Spanish sale for the iEV7S in June, however it seems to be a soft launch with no official website for any Spanish operations just yet. Note JAC already sells cars in Italy under the DR Motor brand, also present in Spain.

The Peugeot 2008 ranks #6 overall in Spain this month.

The Renault Clio (-7.6%) secures no less than the best hold in the Top 12 to score its first Spanish monthly win since last September at 3.1% share, distancing the YTD leader, the Seat Leon (-30.6%) slightly outpacing its home market and back up 3 spots on May to #2. The Dacia Sandero (-38.5%), leader last month, drops to #3 but matches the market. The Renault Captur (-22.5%) surges 10 spots on May to break its ranking record at #4, eclipsing the #5 it hit in June and December 2017. The Peugeot 2008 (-24.2%) is up 4 to a fantastic 6th place for the 2nd time in the past 3 months vs. #16 YTD while the VW T-Roc (-7.8%) breaks into the Top 10 for the first time at #7 and the Tiguan (-8.4%) also resist extremely well. The Volvo XC40 (+116.5%), VW T-Cross (+115%), Hyundai Kona (+33.8%), Toyota RAV4 (+27.6%), Audi A1 (+25.1%) and Mercedes A-Class (+6.1%) all post market-defying gains and rank inside the Top 30. The Ford Puma (#37) tops recent launches above the Kia Xceed (#45), Mazda CX-30 (#57) and Skoda Kamiq (#62) and we welcome the new Land Rover Defender at #201 and the Honda E at #233.

Note: Our usual Spanish source, ANIACAM, is not operative at this stage. This is a different source and some LCVs not included in the models charts which explains the different YTD volume and year-on-year variations.

Previous month: Spain May 2020: Dacia Sandero #1, Audi A1 #3 in market imploding -72.7% despite easing lockdown

One year ago: Spain June 2019: Seat (+8.9%), Peugeot (+9.7%) resist, Arona up to record #2 in 9th market drop in past 10 months (-5.9%)

Full June 2020 Top 50 All-brands and Top 265 All-models below.

Spain June 2020 – brands:

PosBrandJun-20%/19May2020%/19PosFY19
1Volkswagen7,7749.4%-28.5%226,9327.9%-47.3%23
2Peugeot6,6978.1%-42.7%126,6807.9%-57.8%31
3Renault6,3117.6%-40.7%322,9246.7%-56.0%54
4Seat6,2887.6%-50.0%430,2068.9%-51.5%12
5Toyota5,3396.5%-20.1%623,6217.0%-37.8%47
6Citroen4,5465.5%-49.3%1019,0185.6%-61.1%65
7Hyundai4,2445.1%-20.7%1216,4364.8%-47.0%99
8Kia4,2265.1%-25.6%1317,6825.2%-40.7%710
9Mercedes4,1045.0%-15.7%915,9234.7%-44.9%1012
10Audi3,8834.7%-21.9%516,7364.9%-42.4%814
11Dacia3,6114.4%-39.1%713,8484.1%-53.0%1311
12Ford3,3434.0%-38.7%1112,8743.8%-60.8%158
13BMW2,9653.6%-31.0%813,4243.9%-47.6%1415
14Fiat2,9523.6%-47.2%1412,1773.6%-58.1%1616
15Nissan2,7263.3%-35.0%1513,8694.1%-52.6%1213
16Opel2,7003.3%-71.4%1614,8294.4%-66.6%116
17Skoda2,2772.8%-28.4%178,5422.5%-43.3%1717
18Volvo1,8612.3%15.2%185,1321.5%-32.8%1820
19Mazda1,0801.3%-44.1%194,2111.2%-60.4%1918
20Jeep8841.1%-47.6%213,6371.1%-65.1%2019
21Mini7901.0%-35.8%203,4231.0%-47.2%2121
22Lexus5940.7%-9.3%232,8470.8%-29.3%2223
23Land Rover5720.7%12.6%222,5030.7%-22.7%2326
24Suzuki5530.7%-47.6%261,7680.5%-57.2%2524
25Mitsubishi4130.5%-61.7%252,4760.7%-66.7%2422
26Honda3700.4%-42.5%271,4300.4%-64.1%2725
27DS3650.4%-40.7%241,5390.5%-32.0%2628
28Alfa Romeo2450.3%-39.2%291,0250.3%-54.6%2829
29Porsche2350.3%8.3%288760.3%-22.1%2932
30Jaguar1590.2%-55.7%306890.2%-65.0%3030
31SsangYong1560.2%-42.0%316620.2%-63.5%3131
32Subaru1230.1%-48.3%326590.2%-48.8%3233
33Cupra1020.1%43.7%343060.1%-25.7%3537
34Smart630.1%-91.5%354220.1%-85.3%3427
35Tesla620.1%-82.4%335530.2%-54.7%3334
36Bentley120.0%140.0%38340.0%-2.9%3843
37Maserati90.0%-65.4%41320.0%-76.3%3938
38Dongfeng Sokon70.0%75.0%37280.0%0.0%4042
39Ferrari60.0%-25.0%36240.0%-44.2%4140
40Lamborghini10.0%-50.0%39110.0%-45.0%4244
41Alpine10.0%-90.0% –60.0%-82.9%4345
42Mahindra10.0%-66.7% –50.0%-86.1%4441
43JAC10.0%new –10.0%new47 –
44DR Motor00.0%-100.0%40560.0%300.0%3639
45Infiniti00.0%-100.0% –480.0%-93.9%3736
46McLaren00.0%-100.0% –40.0%-20.0%4646
47Aston Martin00.0%-100.0% –40.0%-73.3%4547
48Morgan00.0%n/a –10.0%-50.0%4849
49Rolls Royce00.0%n/a –10.0%0.0%4950

Spain June 2020 – models:

PosModelJun-20%/19May2020%/19PosFY19
1Renault Clio2,5303.1%-7.6%27,8902.3%-49.1%44
2Seat Leon2,4212.9%-30.6%59,6612.8%-53.2%11
3Dacia Sandero2,3112.8%-38.5%18,6712.6%-50.5%22
4Renault Captur1,7812.2%-22.5%145,4491.6%-53.0%1514
5Nissan Qashqai1,7482.1%-31.9%158,1522.4%-51.3%33
6Peugeot 20081,6752.0%-24.2%105,1271.5%-54.3%1612
7VW T-Roc1,6162.0%-7.8%215,0341.5%-38.1%1824
8VW Tiguan1,5871.9%-8.4%84,7401.4%-47.0%2322
9VW Golf1,5511.9%-51.6%95,0761.5%-61.1%177
10Citroen C31,5151.8%-41.0%115,6361.7%-57.2%1310
11Toyota Corolla1,4271.7%-20.9%136,5301.9%9.1%626
12Peugeot 30081,3971.7%-35.8%76,0841.8%-53.5%88
13Hyundai Kona1,3881.7%33.8%334,9621.5%-28.0%2031
14Peugeot 3081,3841.7%-9.9%65,7091.7%-44.6%1215
15Fiat 5001,3651.7%-46.7%45,9121.7%-51.0%1119
16Ford Focus1,3651.7%-19.8%185,0171.5%-48.1%1921
17VW T-Cross1,3441.6%115.0%284,9481.5%134.7%2169
18Toyota RAV41,2791.5%27.6%124,0671.2%-36.2%2737
19Peugeot 2081,2711.5%-52.4%195,9471.7%-55.0%1011
20Mercedes A Class1,2641.5%6.1%303,6331.1%-50.4%3232
21Seat Arona1,2531.5%-65.1%166,4221.9%-53.0%76
22Seat Ateca1,2221.5%-37.9%236,5821.9%-31.9%520
23Opel Corsa1,1541.4%-55.1%276,0741.8%-53.6%99
24Audi A11,1511.4%25.1%34,0251.2%-25.3%2949
25Hyundai Tucson1,0901.3%-35.6%254,5621.3%-43.2%2418
26Seat Ibiza1,0211.2%-60.2%315,5351.6%-61.6%145
27Volvo XC401,0111.2%116.5%322,7820.8%4.8%4775
28Dacia Duster1,0031.2%-23.8%203,7471.1%-55.2%3030
29Toyota Yaris9771.2%-29.7%404,2781.3%-53.1%2627
30Citroen C3 Aircross9741.2%-24.3%344,2831.3%-41.8%2536
31Toyota C-HR9421.1%-28.1%294,7571.4%-43.8%2225
32VW Polo8891.1%-61.1%584,0411.2%-66.1%2813
33Citroen C5 Aircross8821.1%26.0%363,2551.0%-17.2%3851
34Audi Q38541.0%-18.4%223,5151.0%-18.8%3556
35Renault Mégane8141.0%-69.4%353,6551.1%-66.9%3116
36Kia Sportage8081.0%-47.7%393,4811.0%-54.8%3629
37Ford Puma7871.0%new172,7820.8%new46 –
38Fiat Tipo7630.9%-4.7%913,2951.0%-46.6%3744
39Kia Stonic7530.9%-34.2%563,6251.1%-36.6%3338
40Kia Ceed7260.9%-43.9%462,6680.8%-60.7%4833
41Opel Crossland X7050.9%-67.0%493,6121.1%-54.4%3434
42Hyundai i206750.8%-29.1%692,5660.8%-55.4%5039
43Mercedes GLC6690.8%11.7%263,1300.9%-31.2%4052
44Kia Niro6380.8%2.2%622,2810.7%-32.5%5470
45Kia Xceed6250.8%new602,4130.7%new52116
46Audi A36170.7%18.0%513,1540.9%-45.4%3945
47Citroen C4 Cactus6070.7%-55.0%472,9170.9%-50.8%4448
48Renault Kadjar6010.7%-62.6%533,0130.9%-59.9%4135
49Peugeot 50085370.6%-49.4%482,1290.6%-49.5%5654
50Volvo XC605340.6%22.2%641,3730.4%-31.1%7885
51Hyundai i305140.6%-18.3%731,7910.5%-58.6%6153
52BMW X15070.6%-30.8%372,5180.7%-50.7%5141
53Opel Grandland X5050.6%-64.2%632,5740.8%-53.4%4946
54Skoda Karoq4930.6%-35.5%591,7160.5%-43.5%6571
55BMW 1-Series4910.6%-25.0%242,9810.9%-30.2%4255
56Audi Q24910.6%-43.5%381,9870.6%-55.1%5859
57Mazda CX-304670.6%new441,7230.5%new64143
58Jeep Compass4560.6%-17.7%861,4760.4%-60.8%7364
59Mercedes C Class4310.5%-15.3%701,4200.4%-53.5%7577
60Mercedes CLA4210.5%-18.1%542,2060.6%19.3%5582
61Skoda Scala4210.5%106.4%1209070.3%148.5%102126
62Skoda Kamiq4150.5%new821,6470.5%new67184
63Mini4120.5%-35.5%521,7850.5%-37.4%6266
64Fiat Panda3880.5%-55.4%1051,2550.4%-62.9%8378
65Nissan Juke3870.5%-22.8%432,3710.7%-59.0%5360
66Ford Fiesta3860.5%-39.0%551,6070.5%-60.6%6867
67Mercedes GLA3660.4%-38.3%711,1510.3%-74.0%9163
68Jeep Renegade3640.4%-63.1%661,8650.5%-68.3%5943
69Ford Kuga3610.4%-61.9%428960.3%-87.0%10328
70Kia Rio3540.4%-5.3%981,5350.5%-24.1%7099
71Fiat 500X3510.4%-58.8%831,5020.4%-73.2%7242
72Skoda Octavia3320.4%-42.3%741,4060.4%-56.1%7774
73Peugeot 5083250.4%-18.8%881,1870.3%-39.5%8894
74BMW 3-Series3240.4%-39.6%611,4410.4%-45.8%7484
75Nissan Micra3190.4%-47.7%651,8500.5%-55.3%6057
76VW Touran3150.4%0.3%571,0550.3%-57.2%96101
77Citroen C4 Spacetourer3130.4%-60.8%841,5120.4%-66.5%7161
78Hyundai Ioniq3130.4%-27.4%501,2550.4%-56.7%8481
79Skoda Fabia3090.4%-73.6%781,7580.5%-68.2%6347
80Mercedes B Class2990.4%-31.9%931,2310.4%-61.2%8679
81BMW X32890.3%-8.3%411,2910.4%-50.7%8088
82Ford Ecosport2810.3%-55.1%951,5910.5%-57.1%6962
83Renault Scénic2810.3%-67.9%901,2640.4%-70.6%8265
84VW Passat2740.3%-47.4%971,1350.3%-54.0%9398
85Toyota Prius+2710.3%-11.1%851,6980.5%-17.8%6690
86Mini Countryman2670.3%-26.6%751,1560.3%-53.3%9092
87BMW X22620.3%-59.1%801,0260.3%-65.1%9886
88Lexus UX2610.3%-10.6%791,2860.4%2.6%81105
89Range Rover Evoque2570.3%29.1%871,2400.4%18.7%85120
90Audi Q52550.3%-40.0%779810.3%-53.7%9993
91Mazda CX-52520.3%-56.4%928730.3%-77.6%10658
92Seat Tarraco2510.3%-55.5%681,3570.4%-28.7%7991
93Kia Picanto2460.3%-54.0%991,2150.4%-61.3%8780
94Mazda32450.3%-44.9%941,1760.3%-33.6%8997
95DS 7 Crossback2410.3%-4.0%671,1380.3%-31.4%92109
96Nissan X-Trail2400.3%-36.2%761,0980.3%-27.9%94104
97Skoda Kodiaq2240.3%-7.1%1077370.2%-31.3%113117
98Audi A42220.3%-58.3%891,4090.4%-54.7%7683
99Toyota Land Cruiser2130.3%-10.9%458220.2%-27.1%109125
100Mercedes GLE2110.3%47.6%811,0430.3%73.5%97146
101Opel Astra2090.3%-78.2%962,1080.6%-55.9%5750
102Alfa Romeo Stelvio2090.3%-36.3%1098040.2%-48.5%110111
103Suzuki Vitara2050.2%-68.4%1416310.2%-71.8%118100
104BMW X42010.2%2.0%727650.2%-43.1%112115
105BMW 2-Series Tourer1900.2%-34.0%1006320.2%-64.1%117110
106Hyundai i101750.2%-61.6%1159700.3%-59.8%10096
107Lexus NX1720.2%-2.8%1108750.3%-31.8%105112
108Mitsubishi ASX1690.2%-71.8%1199690.3%-74.9%10168
109Dacia Lodgy1650.2%-70.5%1028680.3%-64.5%10789
110Citroen C-Elysée1610.2%-74.0%1168510.3%-73.4%10876
111Toyota Aygo1590.2%-67.6%1131,0720.3%-56.1%95102
112Volvo XC901590.2%63.9%1174450.1%-38.1%131139
113Honda CR-V1450.2%-33.2%1045840.2%-55.4%119119
114BMW X51430.2%-45.8%1015210.2%-52.4%122128
115Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross1420.2%-49.8%1148030.2%-57.3%111103
116Mercedes V Class1380.2%-70.1%1246960.2%-62.6%115114
117Dacia Logan1320.2%-55.4%1035620.2%-50.8%120127
118BMW 4-Series1290.2%0.8%1114630.1%-43.9%128152
119Opel Insignia1260.2%-38.5%1214590.1%-62.3%130123
120Suzuki Jimny1260.2%240.5%1064120.1%81.5%136171
121Mercedes GLB1250.2%new1333000.1%new154 –
122DS 3 Crossback1240.2%-64.3%1624010.1%-15.4%137155
123BMW 5-Series1230.1%-41.7%1125070.1%-53.7%124140
124Renault Zoe1180.1%-25.3%1258830.3%60.3%104159
125Range Rover Sport1160.1%11.5%1273760.1%-51.0%139153
126BMW 2-Series1110.1%122.0%1303750.1%-36.3%140167
127Peugeot 1081070.1%-49.3%1424890.1%-58.2%125134
128Mercedes E Class1020.1%-63.6%1236690.2%-51.0%116121
129Cupra Ateca1020.1%43.7%1403060.1%-25.7%152173
130Jaguar E-Pace1000.1%-50.5%1344420.1%-60.4%132129
131Suzuki Swift1000.1%8.7%1693060.1%-45.9%153158
132Range Rover Velar990.1%12.5%1084630.1%-37.0%129141
133Porsche Macan960.1%-14.3%1223350.1%-46.2%145156
134Citroen C1940.1%-57.1%1475260.2%-60.4%121124
135Suzuki Ignis930.1%40.9%1722550.1%-31.3%163168
136SsangYong Tivoli910.1%-50.8%1582690.1%-73.0%160137
137Ford Mondeo880.1%-78.1%1594170.1%-70.2%135107
138Honda Jazz860.1%43.3%2121380.0%-57.5%186179
139Audi A6850.1%-44.8%1444680.1%-64.2%126131
140Mini Cabrio850.1%-51.4%1283700.1%-56.5%142148
141VW Arteon850.1%-57.1%1293480.1%-58.0%144145
142Fiat 500L850.1%-83.2%1462130.1%-87.8%171106
143Honda Civic830.1%-69.0%1354210.1%-75.2%134108
144Seat Alhambra800.1%-73.8%1633330.1%-63.5%146135
145Mitsubishi Outlander760.1%-55.6%1375130.2%-61.3%123118
146Hyundai Santa Fe750.1%-11.8%1642570.1%-44.3%161161
147Skoda Superb740.1%-36.8%1363070.1%-51.9%151162
148BMW X6660.1%6.5%1182940.1%58.1%156207
149SsangYong Korando630.1%687.5%1453840.1%36.7%138193
150Renault Talisman630.1%-65.2%1513210.1%-67.5%147138
151Volvo V60610.1%-60.1%1732210.1%-65.1%169150
152Audi A5590.1%-77.4%1484660.1%-60.5%127130
153Renault Koleos580.1%52.6%1701560.0%-28.8%180195
154Subaru XV560.1%-30.0%1533480.1%-44.7%143154
155Land Rover Discovery Sport560.1%-40.4%1263150.1%-31.2%150170
156VW Touareg550.1%-34.5%1492300.1%-40.1%167169
157Audi Q8540.1%-31.6%1652230.1%-46.5%168177
158Toyota Camry530.1%new1683190.1%new148217
159Porsche Cayenne520.1%8.3%1322420.1%33.0%164174
160Lexus CT520.1%-14.8%1712400.1%-57.6%165163
161Audi Q7520.1%-7.1%1561910.1%-41.9%174188
162Kia Proceed510.1%-35.4%1522960.1%-24.7%155n/a
163Honda HR-V510.1%-48.5%1572820.1%-57.0%157147
164Mazda2510.1%-81.2%1552780.1%-69.3%159133
165Jeep Wrangler490.1%-21.0%1392300.1%-42.8%166176
166Subaru Forester470.1%9.3%1782160.1%-0.9%170190
167Renault Twingo470.1%46.9%1541260.0%-43.0%188197
168BMW i3430.1%-57.4%1662000.1%-58.5%173166
169Seat Mii400.0%-63.3%1673160.1%-56.4%149164
170Ford S-Max400.0%-44.4%1811210.0%-56.5%190189
171Mazda6390.0%-30.4%2041140.0%-74.1%193175
172Volvo V90370.0%-33.9%1501630.0%-61.0%177182
173Lexus RX370.0%23.3%1311550.0%-31.7%181206
174Jaguar F-Pace360.0%-51.4%1601430.0%-69.8%185172
175Lexus ES340.0%-12.8%1791210.0%-50.4%191200
176Ford Mustang330.0%-62.1%1741590.0%-43.4%178194
177Volvo S60330.0%37.5%200950.0%37.7%198221
178Smart Forfour320.0%-90.8%1901660.0%-87.1%175132
179VW Sharan320.0%-59.0%1871590.0%-63.1%179181
180Tesla Model 3310.0%-89.0%1384380.1%-58.3%133136
181Smart Fortwo310.0%-92.1%1852560.1%-83.9%162113
182Nissan Leaf290.0%-77.5%1433750.1%-63.4%141142
183Suzuki SX4 S-Cross290.0%-84.2%2031650.0%-72.2%176157
184Mitsubishi Space Star260.0%36.8%2062010.1%-28.7%172191
185VW Up!260.0%188.9%1761520.0%310.8%182255
186Mini Clubman260.0%-50.0%1801130.0%-62.1%195185
187Porsche 911260.0%36.8%161980.0%-5.8%197219
188Volvo S90260.0%-29.7%215550.0%-60.1%217216
189Mercedes CLS240.0%-46.7%1751500.0%-37.2%183205
190Mazda MX-5230.0%-66.2%196440.0%-85.1%225186
191Lexus IS220.0%-47.6%1921130.0%-67.4%194187
192BMW 8-Series220.0%83.3%183840.0%-1.2%200234
193Porsche Taycan220.0%new177710.0%new207 –
194Porsche Panamera200.0%-37.5%188730.0%-50.3%204213
195Alfa Romeo Giulietta190.0%-53.7%197990.0%-79.3%196180
196BMW 6-Series190.0%-44.1%184620.0%-55.1%211227
197Mercedes GLS190.0%533.3%194600.0%76.5%214270
198Porsche 718190.0%216.7%213580.0%-12.1%216250
199Renault Espace180.0%-71.0%216750.0%-65.9%201196
200BMW Z4180.0%-33.3%209720.0%-46.7%205228
201Land Rover Defender180.0%new –180.0%new242 –
202Alfa Romeo Giulia170.0%-46.9%2111230.0%-35.9%189211
203Tesla Model X170.0%-46.9%193620.0%-24.4%212229
204Range Rover170.0%112.5%195490.0%-57.4%221235
205Subaru Outback160.0%-82.0%186740.0%-73.6%202192
206BMW X7150.0%-31.8%182670.0%39.6%209253
207Audi e-Tron140.0%-36.4% –1270.0%12.4%187240
208Lexus RC140.0%27.3%201530.0%-34.6%218242
209Tesla Model S140.0%-64.1%210530.0%-39.8%219233
210BMW 7-Series120.0%-25.0%1911180.0%-41.6%192212
211Mercedes S Class120.0%-62.5%207870.0%-50.8%199222
212Audi A7110.0%-62.1%199730.0%-69.8%203209
213Kia Soul110.0%10.0%224590.0%-30.6%215252
214Audi A8110.0%-52.2%218450.0%-66.9%222232
215Jaguar XE100.0%-70.6%202440.0%-69.7%224220
216Jeep Cherokee100.0%-76.2%214420.0%-78.4%226215
217Jaguar XF100.0%-47.4%233300.0%-62.0%232249
218Mercedes EQC90.0%-47.1%208700.0%311.8%208269
219Skoda Citigo90.0%-81.3%205640.0%-75.3%210210
220Mercedes G Class90.0%-52.6%189510.0%-50.0%220239
221Land Rover Discovery90.0%-40.0%225400.0%-66.1%228226
222Toyota Prius70.0%-58.8%219420.0%-58.4%227230
223Hyundai i4070.0%-41.7%232350.0%-57.3%231241
224Kia Stinger70.0%16.7% –280.0%-65.4%233243
225Toyota GT8670.0%600.0%226280.0%-3.4%234271
226Maserati Levante70.0%-58.8%236210.0%-74.7%240246
227Audi TT60.0%-77.8%198710.0%-19.3%206248
228Kia Sorento60.0%-84.2%217600.0%-72.9%213208
229Dongfeng Sokon Glory 58060.0%50.0%220260.0%-7.1%235259
230Bentley Continental60.0%20.0%237170.0%-43.3%243268
231Hyundai ix2050.0%-88.4% –250.0%-79.0%236223
232Jeep Grand Cherokee50.0%-88.4%234250.0%-85.0%237214
233Honda E50.0%new –50.0%new264 –
234Mercedes AMG GT40.0%-42.9%227210.0%-60.4%241254
235Bentley Flying Spur40.0%n/a –70.0%600.0%254334
236Toyota Auris40.0%-96.8% –50.0%-99.8%267122
237Nissan 370Z30.0%-62.5%221220.0%-29.0%238260
238Subaru Impreza30.0%-83.3%24280.0%-92.7%252245
239Mazda CX-330.0%-99.4% –30.0%-99.9%27572
240Hyundai i80020.0%-81.8% –120.0%-69.2%245257
241Jaguar F-Type20.0%-75.0%229110.0%-67.6%246267
242Bentley Bentayga20.0%n/a23990.0%125.0%248293
243Maserati Ghibli20.0%-66.7% –90.0%-76.9%249261
244Ssangyong XLV20.0%-90.0%24180.0%-97.0%250203
245Ferrari Portofino20.0%100.0% –70.0%-30.0%257284
246Lexus LS20.0%100.0% –40.0%-60.0%270299
247Ford Galaxy20.0%-85.7% –20.0%-96.0%280263
248Kia Optima10.0%-96.6%235210.0%-87.3%239198
249Jaguar i-Pace10.0%-93.8%228170.0%-84.5%244238
250Peugeot iOn10.0%0.0% –100.0%-33.3%247281
251Ferrari 48810.0%-66.7%22370.0%-69.6%256275
252Lamborghini Urus10.0%0.0%23070.0%-36.4%258280
253Alpine A11010.0%-90.0% –60.0%-82.9%259272
254Mercedes SLC10.0%-92.3%23160.0%-80.6%262264
255Mahindra KUV10010.0%-50.0% –50.0%-68.8%265274
256Subaru Levorg10.0%-66.7% –50.0%25.0%266279
257Ferrari 81210.0%-66.7% –40.0%-50.0%268297
258Ferrari F810.0%new24340.0%new269 –
259Audi R810.0%-66.7% –30.0%-70.0%272286
260Dongfeng Sokon ix510.0%new –20.0%new279 –
261Ferrari GTC4 Lusso10.0%0.0% –10.0%-50.0%287314
262JAC iEV7S10.0%new –10.0%mew291 –
263Opel Mokka10.0%-99.9% –10.0%-100.0%29540

Source: ANFAC

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