Despite a -63.2% year-on-year drop, the Skoda Fabia remains #1 in Serbia.
Data shared by our Central European partner CE Auto shows a Serbian new car market in freefall at -21.9% year-on-year to 2,541 sales, meaning the year-to-date tally is now off -6.8% year-on-year to 8,840. The Skoda Fabia (-63.2%) scores a third win in four months despite a damning year-on-year fall. The Dacia Duster (+34.3%) braves the market conditions to gain 8 spots on March and land at #2 overall. It is now #6 year-to-date. The Skoda Superb (+2.2%) is down one rank to #3, distancing the Fiat Doblo up 5 spots on last month to #4, the Fiat Ducato up one to #5 and the Skoda Kodiaq up to equal #5. The Hyundai Tucson is back inside the Top 10 at #8. #2 over the Full Year 2021, the Fiat 500L (-74.7%) implodes way outside the March Top 10 and is down to #10 year-to-date.
Full April 2022 Top 10 models below.