The Peugeot 2008 and Toyota Yaris Cross lead the Dutch market in January.
New car sales in the Netherlands are down another -11.3% year-on-year in January to 30,984 units after January 2020 was also off -20% on the year prior. Volkswagen (-15.6%) keeps the lead of the brands ranking with 9.9% share above Toyota (+15%) up seven spots on December to #2. Peugeot (-8.4%) is up 8 ranks on last month to #3 but down year-on-year. Hyundai (+213.7%), Renault (+37.6%) and Audi (+14.1%) also impress in the remainder of the Top 10 where BMW (-46%), Skoda (-35.4%) and Ford (-33.5%) struggle. DS (+353.8%) and Dacia (+268%) stand out further down while Chinese newcomer Lynk & Co is down 6 spots on last month to #24.
Over in the models ranking, the Peugeot 2008 (+30.5%) signs its first ever win in the Netherlands with 2.2% share, illustrating how fragmented the Dutch new car market has become. The new Toyota Yaris Cross brilliantly snaps the 2nd spot, up 19 ranks on December and its best result in the world so far. The VW Golf (+22.2%) shines for once with the Mini (+22.9%) up 23 spots to #4 and the Peugeot 208 (-14.5%) up 12 to #5. The Audi A3 (+27.7%) and Renault Clio (+23.7%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10. Below the Yaris Cross, the Lynk & Co 01 is the best-selling newcomer at #23, distancing the Skoda Enyaq (#62), Renault Arkana (#67) and VW Taigo (#74).
Full January 2022 Top 45 All-brands and Top 280 All-models below.