Greece January 2021: Toyota Yaris and Peugeot 208 top market down -20.6%
The Toyota Yaris holds 7.2% of the Greek new car market in January. Picture newsauto.gr
The Greek new car market starts the year with a -20.6% year-on-year fall in January to 7.766 registrations. Atop the brands ranking, Toyota (-14%) and Peugeot (-17%) post solid holds in context, leading to 16.3% and 11.3% market shares respectively vs. 12.7% and 9.8% over the Full year 2020. Hyundai (-29.5%) isn’t that lucky but rallies back up to third place overall above Opel (+0.2%) lodging the only year-on-year gain in the Top 7. Mercedes (+22.7%), Renault (+13.4%) and BMW (+12.7%) secure the largest upticks in the Top 10 whereas Volkswagen (-52.9%) implodes. Land Rover (+189.7%), Mini (+75.5%) and Ford (+30.4%) also impress further down. The Toyota Yaris (-26.3%) at 7.2% share and Peugeot 208 (-5.2%) at 5.1% top the models ranking with higher shares than FY2020, while the Peugeot 2008 (+63%), Toyota C-HR (+46.4%), Citroen C3 (+36.9%) and Opel Corsa (+12.7%) all post fantastic gains in the remainder of the Top 10.
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Full January 2021 Top 35 All-brands and Top 175 All-models below.