Kia sales are up 5-fold year-on-year in Slovenia in November.
The Slovenian new car market rallies back up 15.8% year-on-year in November to 4,126 registrations, tilting the year-to-date tally back into positive territory at +0.2% and 51,445 units. Renault (+12.5%) can’t quite keep up with the market but retail the brands leadership for just two sales above Volkswagen (-26.1%) in difficulty. Skoda (-5.4%) is also down year-on-year but up three spots on last month to return to the #3 ranking it holds year-to-date. The next six carmakers all post outstanding gains. Kia (+396.1%) is the most spectacular followed by Fiat (+225.4%), Toyota (+153.2%), Hyundai (+68%), Peugeot (+64.9%) and Citroen (+59.8%). Dacia (+4%) rounds out the Top 10 in weak fashion. Cupra (+1600%), Honda (+214.3%), Mazda (+158.6%), Jeep (+94.7%) and Mercedes (+78.9%) impress below.
Model-wise, the Renault Clio (-12.3%) goes against the positive market but remains in the lead with 4.3% share vs. 4.8% so far this year. The Fiat 500 (+196.2%) triples its sales year-on-year and gains 92 spots on October to land in 2nd place overall with 3.7% share vs. 1.9% YTD. The Skoda Octavia (-27.1%) is up four ranks to #3 while the Peugeot 208 (+305.4%) is up 4-fold year-on-year and 28 spots on last month to #4 and the Dacia Duster (+156.5%) is up 9 ranks to #5. The Citroen C3 (+126.8%), Peugeot 2008 (+94.8%), Hyundai Tucson (+34.7%) and Renault Captur (+31.3%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10. The Opel Mokka (#28), up 8 spots on October, is the best-selling recent launch ahead of the Toyota Yaris Cross (#32) up 41 ranks, the Citroen C4 (#36) up 12 and the VW ID.4 (#40) down 7.
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Full November 2021 Top 35 All-brands and Top 195 All-models below.