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Israel April 2022: MG (+333.5%), Mazda (+43.6%) stand out in market off -17.8%

MG sales are up 4-fold year-on-year in Israel in April. Picture wheel.co.il

Thanks to our Israeli partner cartube.co.il, we can share with you today an All-brands ranking for April for Israel, models data is a quarterly occurrence. 20,408 new light vehicles found a new home this month, a -17.8% year-on-year fall which brings the year-to-date volume to 110,897, down -11.5% over the sale period in 2021. Toyota (-3.8%) passes Hyundai (-15.5%) to become the most popular brand in Israel for the second time in the past 3 months and the third time in the past 5. Kia (+1.8%) resists very well and improves its share to 15.2% vs. 14.1% so far this year. Mazda (+43.6%) scores the largest year-on-year gain in the Top 7 with Citroen (+6.3%) and Mitsubishi (-8.9%) also outpacing the market but Skoda (-72.4%) in complete freefall due to stock issues. In contrast, MG (+333.5%) is up 4-fold year-on-year to #8, however this is not its highest ever ranking in Israel as it hit #7 last December. Newcomer Geely is up five ranks on last month to a record #14. Other Chinese Seres (+5950%) and Aiways (+1070%) also post surreal gains below.

Previous month: Israel March 2022: Market down -4.1%, Toyota Yaris Cross up to #5 over Q1

One year ago: Israel April 2021: Hyundai (+32.1%), Skoda (+48.8%) stand out in market up 9.1% on two years ago

Full April 2022 Top 55 All-brands ranking below.

Israel April 2022 – brands:

PosBrandApr-22%/21Mar2022%/21PosFY21
1Toyota3,37716.5%-3.8%217,27215.6%4.4%22
2Hyundai3,30216.2%-15.5%121,70419.6%10.1%11
3Kia3,10215.2%1.8%315,62014.1%6.6%33
4Mazda1,5017.4%43.6%77,0686.4%3.5%45
5Mitsubishi9734.8%-8.9%45,3864.9%-22.3%56
6Citroen7273.6%6.3%83,3173.0%14.8%713
7Skoda7243.5%-72.4%65,3274.8%-48.7%64
8MG6723.3%333.5%111,8221.6%75.4%1321
9Suzuki6163.0%-3.4%93,2062.9%-11.4%99
10Peugeot5562.7%-34.0%53,3073.0%-11.2%811
11Chevrolet/GMC5182.5%-48.4%151,5021.4%-67.3%1610
12Nissan4162.0%-64.2%201,9301.7%-53.7%118
13Mercedes3841.9%9.7%122,3802.1%20.8%1018
14Geely3681.8%36700.0%191,1191.0%n/a2040
15Audi3081.5%-12.3%181,4781.3%-29.6%1717
16Volkswagen3011.5%-31.4%171,4431.3%-6.3%1916
17Seat2911.4%-60.9%161,8581.7%-67.6%127
18Jeep2441.2%10.9%269050.8%-22.7%2322
19Subaru2371.2%-46.4%211,6921.5%-38.3%1515
20Cupra2081.0%7.8%256840.6%219.6%2829
21BMW1951.0%-25.6%101,7611.6%-2.5%1419
22Isuzu1800.9%200.0%229210.8%81.3%2228
23Renault1360.7%-75.1%238420.8%-78.4%2512
24Volvo1270.6%-18.1%276830.6%-37.1%2923
25Opel1260.6%-5.3%141,0190.9%22.5%2127
26Seres1210.6%5950.0%283790.3%7480.0%3043
27Aiways1170.6%1070.0%321940.2%870.0%3635
28Dacia1000.5%0.0%297140.6%-14.0%2724
29Lexus800.4%-60.6%248660.8%1.9%2426
30Fiat700.3%-26.3%352370.2%-64.4%3230
31Ford610.3%-75.4%307650.7%-27.3%2625
32Mini390.2%25.8%332020.2%-9.0%3534
33Genesis350.2%34.6%313030.3%413.6%3136
34SsangYong350.2%775.0%342350.2%298.3%3337
35Honda310.2%-86.3%451560.1%-86.7%3820
36Porsche260.1%0.0%371110.1%5.7%4039
37DS220.1%-4.3%39710.1%-15.5%4338
38Alfa Romeo200.1%-62.3%381250.1%-54.2%3933
39Land Rover150.1%-81.0%361650.1%-48.9%3731
40Infiniti110.1%175.0%44350.0%12.9%4647
41Maxus80.0%-20.0%411060.1%562.5%4141
42Jaguar50.0%25.0%47250.0%-13.8%4845
43Hongqi40.0%new5280.0%new52 –
44Cadillac30.0%-95.5%422330.2%-36.3%3432
45Maserati30.0%-25.0%46320.0%14.3%4746
46LEVC30.0%new40210.0%new4957
47Aston Martin30.0%200.0% –70.0%250.0%5455
48Skywell20.0%new50990.1%new4253
49Abarth20.0%-66.7%43420.0%121.1%4448
50Bentley20.0%100.0%48110.0%22.2%5050
51MAN10.0%n/a –20.0%0.0%5649
52Tesla00.0%n/a131,4541.3%532.2%1814
53JAC00.0%n/a –360.0%1100.0%4554
54Ferrari00.0%-100.0%4980.0%-11.1%5151
55Chrysler00.0%-100.0% –70.0%-75.0%5344
56Lynk & Co00.0%new5120.0%new55 –

Source: cartube.co.il

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