The Kia Rio is equal #1 in Cyprus in July.
Note June 2021 data is also included in the data tables below.
According to data shared by our local partners SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, new car sales in Cyprus are up 15.6% year-on-year in June to 1.095 and up 12.6% in July to 1.190, leading to a year-to-date tally up 17.4% to 6.984. We have two models atop the July charts: the VW T-Roc (+75.6%) rallies back up 11 spots on June to cement its YTD domination at 6.1% share and the Kia Rio (+260%) jumps up 8 ranks to end the month equal #1 whereas it ranks #12 YTD. The Kia Sportage (+80.6%) completes the podium, distancing the VW T-Cross (+103.7%) also outpacing the market. The Toyota C-HR (-4.3%) isn’t that lucky but progresses three spots on June to #5. The Ford Puma (+2600%), BMW X1 (+170%) and Toyota RAV4 (+24.2%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10 while the Toyota Yaris (-27%) and Hyundai Tucson (-24.5%) struggle. There are 12 SUVs in the Top 14 with the Rio and Yaris the only cars. Beyond the Top 10, the Kia Picanto (+283.3%), BMW X2 (+166.7%), Dacia Duster (+122.2%) and Renault Captur (+50%) make themselves noticed.
Full June and July 2021 Top 30 models ranking below.