The Mercedes GLB is up 8-fold to 7th place in Denmark in February.
Note January 2021 data is also included in the tables below.
New car sales in Denmark dive -33.9% year-on-year in February to 9.912, leading to a year-to-date tally down -40.1% to 20.168 units. Volkswagen (-49.7%) has its sales sliced in two compared to February 2020 while Peugeot’s drop (-26%) is more contained. Mercedes (+13.4%) swims upstream with a splendid double-digit gain in third place overall, followed by BMW (+19.8%) in even better shape. Ford (-9.6%), Audi (-17.9%), Skoda (-18.9%) and Hyundai (-30.4%) manage to keep their fall below the market rate but Toyota (-48.3%) and Citroen (-38.1%) aren’t that lucky. Further down, notice MG breaking into the Top 20 brands for the first time at #20 and Jeep (350%), Mini (+164.6%) and Porsche (+130%) posting stellar gains.
Over in the models ranking, the Peugeot 208 (-19%) reclaims the top spot it held over the Full Year 2020, with the Toyota Yaris (-31.4%) rallying back up 7 spots on January to #2. The Ford Kuga (+15350%!) continues to evolve in another stratosphere thanks to the green variant of the new generation while the BMW 3 Series (+1.1%) edges down one spot on January to #4 and the Citroen C3 (-35.5%) remains at #5. The hero of the month is the Mercedes GLB (+696.8%) up 8 spots on last month to break into the Top 10 for the very first time at #7. The Audi Q2 (+246.7%), Mini Hatch (+227.3%) and Peugeot 3008 (+80.5%) stand out below. Landing in January, the MG eHS tops recent launches at #55 above the Citroen C4 (#57) and VW ID.3 (#65).
Full January and February 2021 Top 45 All-brands and Top 200 All-models below.