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Greece February 2022: Ford Puma up to #2 in market surging 27%

The Ford Puma is up to a record 2nd place in February. Picture

After a -28.9% plunge in January, new car sales in Greece bounce back up 27% year-on-year in February to 8,495 units, leading to a year-to-date volume down -3% to 14,455. In the brands ranking, Toyota (+40.9%) and Hyundai (+131.3%) spectacularly outrace the market with 15.5% and 9.3% share respectively. Opel (+13.6%) and Volkswagen (+14.5%) on the other hand underperform but are still in double-digit positive unlike Peugeot (-35.9%) down to #5. Kia (+82.3%), Ford (+54.8%) and BMW (+47%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10 while further down, Cupra (1233.3%), Mitsubishi (+216.7%), Mazda (+178.9%), Jeep (+160.7%), Dacia (+129.6%), Porsche (+100%), Mini (+67.3%) and Fiat (+65.3%) make themselves noticed.

Model-wise, the Toyota Yaris (+10.2%) holds onto the top spot as is the tradition, but is followed this time by the Ford Puma (+128.9%) up 53 ranks on January to #2. It now ranks #11 year-to-date. The Hyundai i10 (+136.9%) is also outstanding and gains 10 spots to #3. Both the Citroen C3 (+52.4%) and Toyota C-HR (+25.1%) are up three ranks to #4 and #5 respectively, while the Toyota Corolla (+52.4%) makes it 3 Toyotas in the Top 6. The Opel Corsa (-32.3%) is in difficulty at #7 but remains #2 year-to-date. The VW T-Roc (+42.6%) is up 7 spots to #8 ahead of the new Toyota Yaris Cross down 6 to #9. The Opel Mokka is up 8 ranks to break into the Top 10 for the first time in the nameplate’s history.

Previous month: Greece January 2022: Toyota Yaris Cross on podium in market crumbling -28.9%

One year ago: Greece February 2021: Opel (+25.6%) places Corsa at #2, market down -14.9%

Full February 2022 Top 35 All-brands and Top 180 All-models below.

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