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Greece March 2022: Peugeot 208 best-seller, distances 4 Toyotas in market off -6.4%

The Peugeot 208 is the best-selling vehicle in Greece in March.

The Greek new car market dips -6.4% year-on-year in March to 8,410 registrations, meaning a Q1 2022 in negative at -4.3% to 22,427 units. In the brands ranking, Toyota (-6%) follows the market to 12.8% share vs. 15.1% so far this year, while Peugeot (-21%), although in trouble year-on-year, gains three spots on February to #2. It overtakes Hyundai (+4.2%), Volkswagen (-2.7%) and Opel (-1.2%). Kia (+59.4%), Fiat (+14.9%) and Mercedes (+13.1%) impress with double-digit gains, with Ford (+6%) also in positive in the remainder of the Top 10. Further down, Cupra (+625%), Mitsubishi (+378.6%), Subaru (+275%), Porsche (+183.3%), Lexus (+63.6%), Honda (+23.8%) and Volvo (+27.6%) impress.

Over in the models ranking, the Peugeot 208 (+9.5%) signs its first win since May 2021 and remains in 2nd place year-to-date. The Toyota Yaris (-35.8%) is knocked down to #2 above the Toyota C-HR (+53.4%) and Corolla (+102.6%), making it three Toyotas in the Top 4. The Opel Corsa (-37.2%), Peugeot 2008 (-35.9%), Citroen C3 (-36.4%) and Hyundai i10 (-39%) follow with horrendous scores whereas the Hyundai Kona (+78.4%) scores by far the best performance in the Top 10. The Toyota Yaris Cross (#17) is once again the best-selling recent launch in the country but slips outside the Top 10 at #17. It is followed by the Tesla Model Y (#45) and Hyundai Bayon (#50).

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

One year ago: Greece March 2021: Peugeot, Suzuki stun in market back up 140%

Full March 2022 Top 40 All-brands and Top 185 All-models below.

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