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Spain July 2020: Scrappage scheme tilts sales up 1.1%, Clio repeats at #1, 2008 scores first ever podium

First ever Spanish podium for the Peugeot 2008.

11/08 update: Now with BEV, PHEV and HEV segment volumes and Top 5 models.

After France last month (+1.2%), Spain is the second main European market to return to positive thanks to a generous cash-for-clunkers government incentive plan aimed at reviving an industry battered by Covid-19. July volumes are up 1.1% to 117.929 units, meaning the year-to-date tally is now down -43.4% to 457.782. Note year-on-year comparison are slightly biased by the fact that the source of data for Spain has changed and now doesn’t include LCVs. The Plan Renove 2020 put in place last month is retroactive to June 15 and will be in effect until December 31 or when government funds are exhausted. More detail (in Spanish) here. This plan links government incentives of up to €5.500 for the purchase of cars that emit less than 120g of CO2/km to the scrapping of vehicles aged over 10 years, those being responsible for the majority of CO2 pollution in cities. According to ANFAC, thanks to this plan 11% more vehicles have already been scrapped vs. July 2019. In addition, the average CO2 emissions for passenger cars sold in July hit its lowest point this year – excluding ghost months March and April – at 111.9 grams of CO2/km, a year-on-year improvement of 8%. Still according to ANFAC, the sales boost is already having very positive consequences on the recovery of employment throughout the value chain, with dealerships already having 90% of their workforce back on, equivalent to around 150.000 employees, and a 85% recovery rate in factories. Note the Spanish market absorbs 1 in 4 vehicles manufactured locally, and therefore its good health is a major factor in the industry.

The Renault Clio repeats at #1 in Spain.

Thanks to the implementation of the Plan Renove 2020, we foresee a much more dynamic Spanish new car market for the remainder of the year and have accordingly upgraded our Spain 2020 Forecast from 827.000 (-36%) to 920.000 (-29%). Looking at sales by channel, in July private sales are the sole responsible for the market uptick, being the main beneficiaries of the cash-for-clunkers scrappage plan with volumes up year-on-year for the first time in the past year at +6.9% to 61.931 and 52.5% share vs. 49.7% a year ago. Company sales edge down -0.2% to 40.364 and 34.2% share vs. 34.7% in June 2019 while rental sales continue to suffer from the implosion of tourism in the region at -14.5% to 15.634 and 13.3% share vs. 15.7% a year ago. Year-to-date, private sales also fare best at -36.4% to 224.585 and 49.1% share vs. 43.7% over the same period last year, while company sales are off -37.2% to 160.446 and 35% share vs. 31.6% a year ago and rental volumes implode -63.7% to 72.751 and 15.9% share vs. 24.8% in 2019. The country’s largest region by far, Madrid (+10.9%) is pulling the national market up thanks to 43.818 sales in July, with Pais Vasco (+34.1%), Navarra (+21.2%), Castilla Leon (+17.2%), Galicia (+16.3%) and Cantabria (+10.8%) the most dynamic whereas Canarias (-48.5%) remains devastated by the lack of tourism and Cataluña (-2.7%) is still in negative partly due to partial lockdowns currently in place in the province.

BMW surges 44.3% partly thanks to the X2 (+383.2%).

In the brands ranking, Volkswagen (+19.2%) and Peugeot (+10.5%) vastly outperform the newly positive market with sturdy double-digit gains, trusting the Top 2 spots like in June and relegating YTD leader Seat (-25.7%) to #3. Just below, Renault (+28.8%) and Toyota (+33.8%) are even more dynamic, joined by Mercedes (+32.8%) and Kia (+26%) in the remainder of the Top 10. Ford (+6.8%) also outpaces the market to leap back inside the Top 10 vs. #14 so far in 2020 but Hyundai (-6.8%) and Citroen (-2.1%) still haven’t got the message about market recovery. Further down, Volvo (+51.4%), BMW (+44.3%), Porsche (+28.9%), DS (+28%), Mazda (+23.4%), Land Rover (+16.5%) and Mini (+13.6%) all gallop ahead while among smaller brands Dongfeng Sokon (+233.3%), Ferrari (+66.7%), Cupra (+53.2%)  and Lamborghini (+50%) stand out. In the naughty corner: Tesla (-92.9%!), Smart (-75.4%), Opel (-46.4%), Jaguar (-40.5%), Mitsubishi (-39%), Jeep (-31.6%), Fiat (-24.6%) and Suzuki (-23.7%). 

Volvo sales are up 51.4% thanks to the XC40 (+188.9%).

Model-wise, the Renault Clio (+43.8%) repeats at #1 but by the skin of its teeth: only 14 units above the Dacia Sandero (-20.5%), leader a year ago. The Peugeot 2008 surges 59.1% year-on-year to step onto the Spanish podium for the very first time, eclipsing its precious record ranking of #4 hit in October 2018 and 2019. The Seat Leon (-28%) is still catching its breath as the new generation arrives in dealerships across the country, meanwhile retaining the YTD top spot with over 12.200 sales. The Seat Arona (-30%) rallies back up 16 ranks on June to land at #5 both for the month and YTD. The Ford Focus (+74.8%), Toyota Yaris (+60.9%), Renault Megane (+572%) and VW Golf (+25.6%) all post fantastic gains in the remainder of the Top 10, with only the Nissan Qashqai (-22.2%) in difficulty. Further down the Top 50, the BMW X2 (+383.2%), Volvo XC40 (+188.9%), Mercedes GLA (+117.5%), VW T-Cross (+110.3%), Kia Niro (+90.8%), Citroen C5 Aircross (+72.2%), Audi A3 (+56.7%), Renault Captur (+46.8%), Dacia Duster (+44.6%), Toyota RAV4 (+42.9%) and C-HR (+33.3%) also shine, meaning spectacular year-on-year gains are almost the monopoly of SUVs. The Ford Puma (#39), Mazda CX-30 (#40), Kia Xceed (#47) and Skoda Kamiq (#75) top recent launches.

The Peugeot 208 is the best-selling EV in Spain in July.

Looking at alternatively fuelled vehicles, the BEV segment shoots up 102.4% year-on-year in July to 1.496 units and is up 7.7% so far in 2020 to 6.674, PHEV volumes soar 379.5% this month to 2.388 and up 98.9% YTD to 7.951 and HEV sales jump 80.6% to 18.168 in July and up 6.5% to 64.313 so far this year. The Peugeot 208 is the best-selling EV in Spain in July with a 17% market share, distancing the Renault Zoe (+29.3%), Seat Mi and Kia Niro (+123.9%). In the PHEV charts the Kia Niro (+275%) distances the new Ford Kuga and the Hyundai Ioniq (+521.4%) while the new Volvo XC40 and Renault Captur round out the Top 5 while the HEV charts are dominated by Toyota with the Corolla (+12%), C-HR (+34.2%) and RAV4 (+50%) in the lead above the new Fiat 500. Notice also the Ford Puma at #5 year-to-date.

 

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

One year ago: Spain July 2019: Dacia Sandero repeats at #1, Seat Arona on podium in market down -8.3%

Full July 2020 Top 45 All-brands and Top 265 All-models below.

Spain July 2020 – brands:

PosBrandJul-20%/19Jun2020%/19PosFY19
1Volkswagen9,6088.1%19.2%136,5408.0%-38.2%23
2Peugeot9,1447.8%10.5%235,8247.8%-43.5%31
3Seat8,7777.4%-25.7%438,9838.5%-47.6%12
4Renault8,7087.4%28.8%331,6326.9%-46.3%54
5Toyota8,3827.1%33.8%532,0037.0%-27.7%47
6Hyundai6,7535.7%-6.8%723,1895.1%-39.4%89
7Kia6,3885.4%26.0%824,0705.3%-31.0%710
8Citroen6,1105.2%-2.1%625,1285.5%-44.6%65
9Mercedes5,9155.0%32.8%921,8384.8%-34.4%912
10Ford5,7044.8%6.8%1218,2094.0%-47.6%148
11Dacia5,1544.4%-6.6%1119,0024.2%-45.7%1111
12BMW5,0224.3%44.3%1318,4464.0%-36.6%1315
13Audi4,9104.2%4.9%1021,6464.7%-35.8%1014
14Nissan4,1283.5%-16.3%1517,9973.9%-47.3%1513
15Fiat4,1193.5%-24.6%1416,2963.6%-53.8%1616
16Opel3,9893.4%-46.4%1618,8184.1%-62.3%126
17Skoda2,8472.4%1.4%1711,3892.5%-36.3%1717
18Volvo2,2281.9%51.4%187,3601.6%-19.2%1820
19Mazda2,1551.8%23.4%196,3661.4%-48.6%1918
20Jeep1,4541.2%-31.6%205,0911.1%-59.4%2019
21Mini1,0810.9%13.6%214,5041.0%-39.3%2121
22Lexus8580.7%3.2%223,7050.8%-23.7%2223
23Mitsubishi7510.6%-39.0%253,2270.7%-62.8%2322
24Land Rover6790.6%16.5%233,1820.7%-16.7%2426
25Honda6250.5%-12.8%262,0550.4%-56.3%2625
26Suzuki5990.5%-23.7%242,3670.5%-51.9%2524
27DS4520.4%28.0%271,9910.4%-23.9%2728
28Porsche3030.3%28.9%291,1790.3%-12.8%2932
29Alfa Romeo2400.2%-15.8%281,2650.3%-50.2%2829
30SsangYong2170.2%-18.4%318790.2%-57.7%3131
31Jaguar1940.2%-40.5%308830.2%-61.6%3030
32Subaru1840.2%-11.1%328430.2%-43.4%3233
33Cupra950.1%53.2%334010.1%-21.2%3537
34Smart840.1%-75.4%345060.1%-84.2%3427
35Maserati190.0%-24.0%37510.0%-67.9%3738
36Dongfeng Sokon100.0%233.3%38380.0%22.6%4042
37Ferrari100.0%66.7%39340.0%-30.6%4140
38Tesla90.0%-92.9%355620.1%-58.3%3334
39Bentley70.0%0.0%36410.0%0.0%3943
40Lamborghini60.0%50.0%40170.0%-29.2%4244
41Alpine30.0%n/a4190.0%-74.3%4345
42McLaren30.0%n/a –70.0%40.0%4546
43DR Motor20.0%-81.8% –580.0%132.0%3639
44Mahindra20.0%-66.7%4270.0%-83.3%4441
45Aston Martin10.0%0.0% –50.0%-68.8%4647

Spain July 2020 – models:

PosModelJul-20%/19Jun2020%/19PosFY19
1Renault Clio2,8542.4%43.8%110,7442.3%-38.5%34
2Dacia Sandero2,8402.4%-20.5%311,5112.5%-45.4%22
3Peugeot 20082,5502.2%59.1%67,6771.7%-40.1%1012
4Seat Leon2,5452.2%-28.0%212,2062.7%-49.5%11
5Seat Arona2,3592.0%-30.0%218,7811.9%-48.4%56
6VW Golf2,3102.0%25.6%97,3861.6%-50.4%147
7Nissan Qashqai2,2861.9%-22.2%510,4382.3%-46.9%43
8Ford Focus2,2741.9%74.8%167,2911.6%-33.5%1621
9Toyota Yaris2,2111.9%60.9%296,4891.4%-38.2%2227
10Renault Mégane2,1851.9%57.2%355,8401.3%-53.0%2616
11Toyota Corolla2,1731.8%12.5%118,7031.9%9.9%626
12Fiat 5002,0481.7%-13.0%157,9601.7%-44.8%819
13Renault Captur2,0461.7%46.8%47,4951.6%-42.2%1214
14VW T-Roc1,9351.6%24.4%76,9691.5%-28.1%1924
15VW Tiguan1,9111.6%3.2%86,6511.5%-38.4%2122
16Hyundai Kona1,8811.6%25.8%136,8431.5%-18.4%2031
17Peugeot 30081,7451.5%-7.7%127,8291.7%-47.7%98
18Seat Ibiza1,6971.4%-23.3%267,2321.6%-56.5%185
19Hyundai Tucson1,6871.4%-19.2%256,2491.4%-38.2%2518
20Peugeot 3081,6661.4%6.5%147,3751.6%-37.9%1515
21Peugeot 2081,6551.4%-12.7%197,6021.7%-49.7%1111
22Toyota C-HR1,6551.4%33.3%316,4121.4%-34.0%2425
23Dacia Duster1,6541.4%44.6%285,4011.2%-43.2%2830
24Citroen C5 Aircross1,6501.4%72.2%334,9051.1%0.3%3151
25Citroen C3  1,6381.4%-24.9%107,2741.6%-52.6%1710
26BMW X21,5561.3%383.2%872,5820.6%-20.9%6286
27Seat Ateca1,5491.3%-8.1%228,1311.8%-28.3%720
28Mercedes A Class1,5431.3%25.9%205,1761.1%-39.5%3032
29VW T-Cross1,5141.3%110.3%176,4621.4%128.5%2369
30Opel Corsa1,3631.2%-55.1%237,4371.6%-53.9%139
31Toyota RAV41,3481.1%42.9%185,4151.2%-26.0%2737
32Hyundai i201,3471.1%1.4%423,9130.9%-44.7%4239
33Volvo XC401,3321.1%188.9%274,1140.9%32.0%3975
34Kia Sportage1,2651.1%-13.1%364,7461.0%-48.2%3429
35Kia Stonic1,2061.0%16.0%394,8311.1%-28.5%3338
36Audi A31,1801.0%56.7%464,3340.9%-33.6%3845
37Kia Niro1,1641.0%90.8%443,4450.8%-13.6%4870
38Mercedes GLA1,1311.0%117.5%672,2820.5%-53.9%6863
39Ford Puma1,0920.9%new373,8750.8%new43 –
40Mazda CX-301,0280.9%new572,7510.6%new57143
41Ford Fiesta1,0130.9%49.2%662,6200.6%-44.9%6067
42Audi Q31,0040.9%14.5%344,5191.0%-13.2%3656
43Citroen C3 Aircross9730.8%1.2%305,2561.1%-36.9%2936
44Opel Crossland X9670.8%-15.7%414,5791.0%-49.5%3534
45Renault Kadjar9640.8%-11.2%483,9770.9%-53.8%4035
46Kia Ceed9500.8%-15.9%403,6180.8%-54.4%4633
47Kia Xceed9500.8%new453,3630.7%new49116
48Peugeot 50089270.8%13.7%493,0560.7%-39.3%5354
49Citroen C4 Cactus9140.8%41.7%473,8310.8%-41.7%4548
50Nissan Juke8730.7%45.5%653,2440.7%-49.2%5160
51VW Polo8370.7%-26.9%324,8781.1%-62.6%3213
52Mercedes GLC8270.7%43.6%433,9570.9%-22.8%4152
53Opel Astra8240.7%-12.3%1012,9320.6%-48.8%5550
54Hyundai i308180.7%-19.2%512,6090.6%-51.2%6153
55Fiat Panda8080.7%65.2%642,0630.5%-46.7%7378
56Opel Grandland X7380.6%-9.1%533,3120.7%-47.7%5046
57BMW X17250.6%-7.6%523,2430.7%-45.0%5241
58Mercedes B Class6990.6%41.8%801,9300.4%-47.4%7879
59Jeep Renegade6560.6%-20.1%682,5210.6%-62.4%6343
60Audi Q26440.5%-27.6%562,6310.6%-50.5%5959
61Jeep Compass6440.5%-45.4%582,1200.5%-57.2%7064
62Fiat 500X6140.5%-35.9%712,1160.5%-67.7%7142
63Skoda Karoq5910.5%-9.8%542,3070.5%-37.5%6771
64BMW 1-Series5800.5%-15.2%553,5610.8%-28.2%4755
65Skoda Fabia5800.5%-28.9%792,3380.5%-63.2%6647
66Hyundai Ioniq5720.5%-1.7%781,8270.4%-47.5%8281
67Mini5640.5%11.7%632,3490.5%-30.0%6566
68Ford Kuga5630.5%-60.8%691,4590.3%-82.4%9728
69Mazda35530.5%42.2%941,7290.4%-19.9%8497
70Fiat Tipo5500.5%-49.8%383,8450.8%-47.1%4444
71Volvo XC605410.5%32.3%501,9140.4%-20.3%7985
72BMW 3-Series5310.5%34.8%741,9720.4%-35.4%7584
73Mercedes CLA5270.4%22.0%602,7330.6%19.8%5882
74Nissan Micra5250.4%-41.7%752,3750.5%-52.9%6457
75Skoda Kamiq5230.4%new622,1700.5%new69184
76Ford Ecosport5040.4%-43.7%822,0950.5%-54.5%7262
77Audi A44990.4%1.8%981,9080.4%-47.0%8083
78Kia Rio4760.4%46.0%702,0110.4%-14.4%7499
79Skoda Octavia4740.4%-13.2%721,8800.4%-49.9%8174
80Audi Q54710.4%-8.2%901,4520.3%-44.8%9893
81Citroen C4 Spacetourer4600.4%-43.6%771,9720.4%-62.9%7661
82Peugeot 5084360.4%15.0%731,6230.4%-30.7%8894
83Lexus UX4330.4%54.1%881,7190.4%12.0%85105
84Audi A14130.4%-44.8%244,4381.0%-27.6%3749
85VW Touran4100.3%85.5%761,4650.3%-45.5%96101
86Seat Tarraco3890.3%-44.2%921,7460.4%-32.8%8391
87Nissan X-Trail3840.3%-7.5%961,4820.3%-23.5%93104
88Mazda CX-53750.3%-38.7%911,2480.3%-72.3%10358
89Mini Countryman3650.3%39.8%861,5210.3%-44.4%9192
90BMW X33570.3%15.5%811,6480.4%-43.7%8788
91Toyota Aygo3490.3%23.3%1111,4210.3%-47.9%99102
92Skoda Scala3420.3%13.6%611,2490.3%87.5%102126
93Dacia Logan3400.3%78.9%1179020.2%-32.3%116127
94DS 7 Crossback3340.3%42.7%951,4720.3%-22.3%94109
95VW Passat3320.3%-19.2%841,4670.3%-49.1%9598
96Range Rover Evoque3300.3%34.1%891,5700.3%21.6%89120
97Hyundai i103300.3%-38.7%1061,3000.3%-55.9%10096
98Dacia Lodgy3200.3%-47.8%1091,1880.3%-61.1%10589
99Audi A52910.2%1285.7%1527570.2%-37.0%120130
100Mercedes C Class2860.2%-39.1%591,7060.4%-51.5%8677
101Toyota Land Cruiser2800.2%101.4%991,1020.2%-13.0%108125
102BMW 2-Series Tourer2780.2%26.4%1059100.2%-54.0%115110
103Kia Picanto2770.2%-15.0%931,4920.3%-56.9%9280
104Renault Scénic2720.2%-49.3%831,5360.3%-68.3%9065
105Toyota Prius+2610.2%-19.7%851,9590.4%-18.1%7790
106Citroen C-Elysée2590.2%-44.8%1101,1100.2%-69.7%10676
107Mitsubishi ASX2580.2%-60.9%1081,2270.3%-72.9%10468
108Mercedes V Class2440.2%-11.3%1169400.2%-56.0%114114
109Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross2400.2%-24.3%1151,0430.2%-52.5%109103
110Skoda Kodiaq2350.2%-40.5%979720.2%-33.7%113117
111Lexus NX2310.2%-30.4%1071,1060.2%-31.5%107112
112Mercedes GLE2260.2%21.5%1001,2690.3%61.2%101146
113Suzuki Vitara2190.2%-43.8%1038500.2%-67.6%117100
114BMW X42160.2%-6.1%1049810.2%-37.7%112115
115Citroen C12160.2%6.9%1347420.2%-51.5%121124
116Honda Civic2050.2%-33.7%1436260.1%-68.8%129108
117Honda CR-V1980.2%-7.9%1137820.2%-48.7%119119
118Volvo XC901900.2%15.2%1126350.1%-28.2%128139
119BMW 4-Series1860.2%215.3%1186490.1%-26.7%126152
120Alfa Romeo Stelvio1820.2%-12.1%1029860.2%-44.2%111111
121Audi A61730.1%76.5%1396410.1%-54.4%127131
122Mitsubishi Outlander1720.1%-22.5%1456850.1%-55.7%123118
123Ford Mondeo1690.1%-46.9%1375860.1%-65.9%131107
124Peugeot 1081630.1%32.5%1276520.1%-49.5%125134
125Seat Mii1630.1%109.0%1694790.1%-40.3%139164
126Mercedes E Class1620.1%-19.0%1288310.2%-46.9%118121
127BMW 2-Series1620.1%217.6%1265370.1%-16.1%135167
128Renault Zoe1590.1%29.3%1241,0420.2%54.6%110159
129BMW X51560.1%-10.3%1146770.1%-46.6%124128
130Mercedes GLB1500.1%new1214500.1%new143 –
131Suzuki Swift1400.1%105.9%1314460.1%-29.7%146158
132Honda HR-V1390.1%32.4%1634210.1%-44.7%150147
133Suzuki Ignis1350.1%80.0%1353900.1%-12.6%154168
134Range Rover Velar1200.1%-23.6%1325830.1%-34.6%132141
135DS 3 Crossback1180.1%16.8%1225190.1%-9.7%136155
136Jaguar E-Pace1160.1%-26.6%1305580.1%-56.2%133129
137Mini Cabrio1160.1%-19.4%1404860.1%-51.1%137148
138SsangYong Tivoli1150.1%-32.0%1363840.1%-67.0%155137
139Renault Talisman1130.1%21.5%1504340.1%-59.9%148138
140Porsche Macan1120.1%34.9%1334470.1%-36.7%145156
141Jeep Wrangler1100.1%86.4%1653400.1%-26.2%162176
142VW Touareg1100.1%80.3%1563400.1%-23.6%164169
143Subaru XV1040.1%8.3%1544520.1%-37.7%142154
144Mazda21040.1%-5.5%1643820.1%-62.4%157133
145VW Arteon1020.1%-19.7%1414500.1%-52.9%144145
146SsangYong Korando1010.1%1162.5%1494850.1%67.8%138193
147Hyundai Santa Fe990.1%-22.7%1463560.1%-39.6%160161
148Fiat 500L990.1%-77.3%1423120.1%-85.7%166106
149Porsche Cayenne980.1%48.5%1593400.1%37.1%163174
150Opel Insignia960.1%-45.1%1195550.1%-60.1%134123
151Range Rover Sport960.1%-4.0%1254720.1%-45.6%141153
152Toyota Camry950.1%new1584140.1%new151217
153Cupra Ateca950.1%53.2%1294010.1%-21.2%153173
154BMW 5-Series870.1%29.9%1235940.1%-48.9%130140
155Lexus CT870.1%7.4%1603270.1%-49.5%165163
156Mitsubishi Space Star810.1%179.3%1842820.1%-9.3%169191
157BMW X6760.1%94.9%1483700.1%64.4%159207
158Seat Alhambra750.1%-69.1%1444080.1%-64.7%152135
159VW Sharan740.1%51.0%1792330.1%-51.5%175181
160VW Up!730.1%284.2%1852250.0%301.8%176255
161Audi Q7720.1%94.6%1612630.1%-28.1%172188
162Audi Q8700.1%62.8%1572930.1%-36.3%168177
163Skoda Superb680.1%19.3%1473750.1%-46.0%158162
164Land Rover Discovery Sport670.1%31.4%1553820.1%-25.0%156170
165Renault Koleos650.1%75.7%1532210.0%-13.7%177195
166Suzuki Jimny630.1%-49.6%1204750.1%34.9%140171
167Honda Jazz630.1%-29.2%1382010.0%-51.4%180179
168Jaguar F-Pace580.0%-38.9%1742010.0%-64.6%181172
169Smart Fortwo550.0%-76.5%1813110.1%-82.9%167113
170Nissan Leaf540.0%-28.9%1824290.1%-61.0%149142
171Volvo V60530.0%-69.5%1512740.1%-66.1%171150
172Kia Proceed520.0%-41.6%1623480.1%-27.8%161n/a
173Ford S-Max520.0%-7.1%1701730.0%-48.2%186189
174Volvo V90500.0%-26.5%1722130.0%-56.2%178182
175Land Rover Defender440.0%new201620.0%new222 –
176Volvo S60430.0%186.7%1771380.0%64.3%195221
177Subaru Forester420.0%-19.2%1662580.1%-4.4%173190
178Suzuki SX4 S-Cross420.0%-59.6%1832070.0%-70.3%179157
179BMW i3410.0%-39.7%1682410.1%-56.2%174166
180Mercedes CLS410.0%70.8%1891910.0%-27.4%184205
181Jeep Cherokee410.0%17.1%216830.0%-63.8%210215
182Porsche 911370.0%-14.0%1871350.0%-8.2%196219
183Mini Clubman360.0%-18.2%1861490.0%-56.4%190185
184Ford Mustang340.0%-33.3%1761930.0%-41.9%183194
185Mazda6340.0%-49.3%1711480.0%-70.8%192175
186Skoda Citigo340.0%-5.6%219980.0%-66.8%203210
187Alfa Romeo Giulia330.0%10.0%2021560.0%-29.7%188211
188Lexus IS330.0%-41.1%1911460.0%-63.8%193187
189Mazda MX-5330.0%-38.9%190770.0%-78.0%213186
190Renault Twingo320.0%-30.4%1671580.0%-40.8%187197
191Smart Forfour290.0%-73.1%1781950.0%-86.0%182132
192Mazda CX-3280.0%-94.6%239310.0%-99.2%23872
193Lexus RX270.0%-10.0%1731820.0%-29.2%185206
194Audi e-Tron270.0%107.7%2071540.0%22.2%189240
195Lexus ES270.0%-15.6%1751480.0%-46.4%191200
196Audi A8270.0%237.5%214720.0%-50.0%218232
197Porsche 718260.0%116.7%198840.0%7.7%209250
198Alfa Romeo Giulietta250.0%-44.4%1951240.0%-76.3%198180
199Subaru Outback250.0%-32.4%205990.0%-68.8%200192
200Audi A7250.0%31.6%212980.0%-62.5%201209
201Mercedes SLC210.0%90.9%254270.0%-35.7%244264
202Honda E200.0%new233250.0%new246 –
203Volvo S90190.0%-55.8%188740.0%-59.1%216216
204Renault Espace180.0%-76.6%199930.0%-68.7%204196
205Porsche Taycan180.0%new193890.0%new206 –
206Kia Optima180.0%-40.0%248390.0%-80.1%232198
207Mercedes S Class170.0%0.0%2111040.0%-46.4%199222
208BMW Z4170.0%6.3%200890.0%-41.1%205228
209Mercedes EQC170.0%466.7%218870.0%335.0%207269
210Lexus RC170.0%-5.6%208700.0%-29.3%219242
211BMW X7150.0%25.0%206820.0%36.7%212253
212Kia Soul150.0%0.0%213740.0%-26.0%214252
213Maserati Levante150.0%-11.8%226360.0%-64.0%235246
214BMW 8-Series140.0%7.7%192980.0%0.0%202234
215Mercedes GLS140.0%600.0%197740.0%105.6%215270
216BMW 7-Series130.0%-51.9%2101310.0%-42.8%197212
217Porsche Panamera120.0%-62.5%194850.0%-52.5%208213
218Audi TT110.0%175.0%227820.0%-10.9%211248
219BMW 6-Series110.0%22.2%196730.0%-50.3%217227
220Range Rover  110.0%10.0%204600.0%-52.0%223235
221Land Rover Discovery110.0%-42.1%221510.0%-62.8%226226
222Jaguar i-Pace100.0%-47.4%249270.0%-79.1%243238
223Hyundai i4090.0%-55.0%223440.0%-56.9%230241
224Kia Stinger90.0%-52.6%224370.0%-63.0%234243
225Dongfeng Sokon Glory 58090.0%200.0%229350.0%12.9%236259
226Toyota Prius70.0%-63.2%222490.0%-59.2%228230
227Subaru Impreza70.0%0.0%238150.0%-87.1%250245
228Kia Sorento60.0%-78.6%228660.0%-73.5%221208
229Nissan 370Z60.0%-14.3%237280.0%-26.3%242260
230Hyundai i80060.0%-53.8%240180.0%-65.4%248257
231Tesla Model X50.0%-75.0%203670.0%-34.3%220229
232Mercedes G Class50.0%-37.5%220560.0%-49.1%224239
233Jaguar XE50.0%-88.9%215490.0%-74.2%227220
234Mercedes AMG GT50.0%-66.7%234260.0%-61.8%245254
235Subaru BR-Z50.0%-58.3% –130.0%-62.9%252262
236Hyundai ix2040.0%-91.3%231290.0%-82.4%240223
237Jaguar F-Type40.0%33.3%241150.0%-59.5%249267
238Bentley Bentayga40.0%100.0%242130.0%116.7%251293
239Lamborghini Urus40.0%33.3%252110.0%-21.4%255280
240Ferrari F840.0%new25880.0%new262 –
241Tesla Model 330.0%-96.6%1804410.1%-61.2%147136
242Toyota GT8630.0%200.0%225310.0%3.3%239271
243Jeep Grand Cherokee30.0%-90.6%232280.0%-85.9%241214
244Bentley Continental30.0%-40.0%230200.0%-42.9%247268
245Maserati Ghibli30.0%-57.1%243120.0%-73.9%253261
246Ferrari Portofino30.0%50.0%245100.0%-16.7%256284
247Alpine A11030.0%n/a25390.0%-74.3%257272
248Lexus LS30.0%200.0%24670.0%-36.4%265299
249Audi R830.0%n/a25960.0%-40.0%267286
250Peugeot iOn20.0%100.0%250120.0%-25.0%254281
251Ferrari 48820.0%100.0%25190.0%-62.5%258275
252DR 420.0%0.0% –80.0%0.0%261291
253Mahindra KUV10020.0%-33.3%25570.0%-63.2%266274
254Lamborghini Huracan20.0%100.0% –50.0%-28.6%272296
255Ford Galaxy20.0%-60.0%24740.0%-92.7%274263
256McLaren Coupe20.0%n/a –30.0%n/a278 –
257Tesla Model S10.0%-95.0%209540.0%-50.0%225233
258Jaguar XF10.0%-83.3%217310.0%-63.5%237249
259Ssangyong XLV10.0%-97.6%24490.0%-97.1%259203
260BMW i810.0%-75.0% –80.0%-61.9%260277
261Subaru Levorg10.0%-66.7%25660.0%-14.3%269279
262Ferrari 81210.0%0.0%25750.0%-44.4%271297
263Dongfeng Sokon ix510.0%new26030.0%new275 –
264McLaren 720S10.0%n/a –30.0%0.0%277303
265Aston Martin V8 Vantage10.0%0.0% –20.0%-71.4%282305
266Opel Zafira Tourer10.0%-99.6% –20.0%-99.8%285151

Source: ANFAC

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  1. Strong showing by the C segment, Not all (Leon) but most. Much better that the B segment (except a.o. leader Clio). I find the diversity remarkable as well. Many brands have a place under the sun, instead of ‘a few winners taking it all’.

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