The Toyota Camry breaks its ranking record in Poland to #19.
The Polish new car market ends a dreadful streak of 8 consecutive months of double-digit year-on-year falls in September at +7.6% to 37.419 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down -28.1% to 289.298 sales. Toyota (+38%) posts the largest gain in the Top 10 to reach 16% share vs. 14.3% so far this year, keeping Skoda (+18.5%) at a distance at 14% vs. 13.9%. Volkswagen (+3.9%) and Ford (+3.3%) are both back up one spot on last month to #3 and #4 respectively despite trailing the market, while Mercedes (+23.1%) soars to 5th overall above Kia (-19.4%) and Hyundai (+19.5%). Audi (+79.7%), Fiat (+9.6%) and Renault (+8.7%) also outpace the market in the remainder of the Top 15.
Model-wise, the Top 5 returns to its YTD order with the Skoda Octavia (+49.4%) surging in pole position above the Toyota Corolla (+8.2%), Yaris (+55.8%), Skoda Fabia (+3.5%) and Dacia Duster (-7%). The Toyota C-HR (+86.7%), Renault Clio (+47.8%), VW Tiguan (+31.2%) and Ford Focus (+13.9%) also post spectacular upticks in the remainder of the Top 10. Further down, the Toyota Camry (+78.3%) reappears in the Polish Top 50 and breaks its ranking record at #19 vs. #20 last May.
Full September 2020 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below.