The Ford Kuga is the best-selling vehicle in Denmark in March. Picture fdm.dk
The Danish new car market rallies back up 56.3% year-on-year in March to 23.736, but this volume is still down -9.8% on March 2019 which remains the largest March result ever at 26.310. The year-to-date tally now stands at 43.904, down -10.1% on the same period in 2020. Volkswagen (+43%) trails the market but remains the most popular brand in the country, followed this time by Toyota (+110.2%) almost exactly doubling the market growth rate. Peugeot (+56.6%) and Citroen (+76.2%) follow, with Ford (+151.5%), Hyundai (+120.9%), BMW (+100%) and Kia (+78.2%) the most dynamic in the remainder of the Top 10. Below, notice MG at #20 and Cupra at #25.
Model-wise, the Ford Kuga (+11562.5%) is spectacularly lifted to the pole position thanks to the new generation and its PHEV variant. This is the fourth time in the past 10 months that the Kuga is #1 in Denmark. This month it topples the YTD leader, the Peugeot 208 (+89.3%) down to 2nd place this month. The Citroen C3 (+83.9%) is up three spots on February to #3, distancing the Nissan Qashqai (+22.6%) and Toyota Yaris (+83.8%). Leader a year ago, the Tesla Model 3 (-24.3%) ranks 6th this month vs. #140 in February and is up to #21 year-to-date vs. #7 over the Full Year 2020. The Toyota RAV4 (+397.8%) and Opel Corsa (+203.9%) also post surreal gains in the remainder of the Top 10. The VW ID.4 makes its first appearance in the Danish charts directly in 9th place with 1.9% share.
Full March 2021 Top 52 All-brands and Top 230 All-models below.