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Turkey November 2021: Peugeot (+9.6%), Citroen (+7.3%), Hyundai (+10.8%) defy market down -24.9%

Peugeot sales are up 9.6% year-on-year in Turkey in November.

03/01/22 update: Now with Top 25 models.

New car sales in Turkey endure a third consecutive double-digit year-on-year decline in November at -24.9% to 60,216 registrations. This brings the year-to-date tally up just 1.2% to 676,686 units. Brand leader Fiat (-31.5%) suffers and drops to 15.9% share, slightly below the 16.4% it commands year-to-date. Renault (-14.6%) fares better and hits 13.6% share vs. 10.4% so far this year. Peugeot (+9.6%), Citroen (+7.3%) and Hyundai (+10.8%) go against the negative market with solid year-on-year gains while Opel (+0.3%) and Toyota (-0.5%) are stable and Honda (-5.3%) limits its fall. In contrast Ford (-63.2%) and Volkswagen (-39.8%) both implode. Outside the Top 10, gainers are rare and include DS (+146.3%), Nissan (+104.1%), Mitsubishi (+72.2%) and Subaru (+52.2%). Newcomers MG and Cupra advances to #23 and #30 respectively.

Over in the models ranking, the Renault Clio (+61.6%) snaps a rare pole position with 6.7% of the market ahead of the Toyota Corolla (-7.4%) whereas the traditional leader, the Fiat Egea (-68%) implodes to #3. The Fiat Doblo (+71.4%) and Ford Transit/Tourneo (-0.6%) round out the Top 5. All remaining Top 10 vehicle drop by the double-digits. The VW T-Roc (+83.8%), Peugeot 3008 (+26.1%), Hyundai Tucson (+19..5%), Fiat Fiorino (+14.5%), Peugeot 208 (#14) and Citroen C4 (#19) brave the negative market conditions.

Previous month: Turkey October 2021: Honda (-4.5%), Citroen (-8.2%) fare best in market imploding -40.1%

One year ago: Turkey November 2020: Ford, Toyota headline market up 37.8%

Full November 2021 Top 44 All-brands and Top 25 models below.

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