The Kia Sportage is up to #3 in Poland in March.
The Polish new car market slips down -17.9% year-on-year in March to 38,567 units, leading to a year-to-date tally off -13.5% to 100,275. Toyota remains ultra-dominant with 15.8% share, close to double any other carmaker in the market, with Kia staying at #2 with 8.9% share ahead of Skoda at 8.2%. Volkswagen is up one spot on February to #4, Mercedes is up four to #5 whereas Hyundai is down two to #6 and BMW down one to #7. Audi is up to #8, Dacia down to #9 and Volvo up to #10. Renault also signs an excellent month, climbing to 4.2% share vs. 3.3% so far this year. Opel and Mazda reappear in the Top 15 at #13 and #15 respectively.
Model-wise, the Toyota Corolla (4.9% share) easily retains the pole position with a level close to its YTD share of 5.2%. The Toyota Yaris is up one spot on last month to #2, distancing the Kia Sportage up two to #3 for its first podium finish since last October. The Dacia Duster is up three ranks to #4, distancing the Toyota RAV4 (-3) and Hyundai Tucson (-2) making it four SUVs in the Top 6. Notice also the Kia Ceed up two spots on February to #7, the Toyota C-HR and Volvo XC60 both up five to #9 and #10 respectively. This is the first Top 10 finish for the XC60 since April 2020. Below, the Skoda Fabia is up 8 ranks to #11, the VW Tiguan up 7 to #13 but the Toyota Yaris Cross is down three to #14. The Renault Arkana is up to #16, the Volvo XC40 up to #19 and the Mercedes GLC up to #24.
Full March 2022 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below.