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Turkey April 2022: Renault (+34.1%), Hyundai (+45%) ignore market edging down -2.4%

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New car sales in Turkey edge down just -2.4% year-on-year in April to 60,035 units, its smallest decline since last August. However due to a paltry start of the year the year-to-date volume remains well down at -18.5% to 212,085 sales. Renault (+34.1%) scores a fantastic result to repeat at #1 and manage its third win in the past 5 months. Traditional leader and #1 YTD, Fiat (-0.1%) is almost immobile and remains in 2nd place. Ford (+11.8%) is also in positive and overtakes Volkswagen (-16.3%) for the third spot overall. Once again it’s Hyundai (+45%) that sports the biggest year-on-year gain in the Top 10, with Citroen (+25.3%) and Toyota (+9.6%) also up. Honda (-28.6%) and Dacia (-23.9%) are hit hard. Further down, DS (+1480%), MG (+800%), Cupra (+421.8%), Isuzu (+60.5%) and Nissan (+32.3%) make themselves noticed with formidable runs in the remainder of the Top 30.

Previous month: Turkey March 2022: Market down -33.4%, Hyundai (+9%) only gainer in Top 24

One year ago: Turkey April 2021: Fiat and Volkswagen lead market up 132.4% at highest since 2018

Full April 2022 Top 43 All-brands ranking below.

Turkey April 2022 – brands:

PosBrandApr-22%/21Mar2022%/21PosFY21
1Renault8,95314.9%34.1%129,57113.9%10.4%22
2Fiat8,70314.5%-0.1%231,13014.7%-16.3%11
3Ford6,12310.2%11.8%420,3089.6%-20.0%34
4Volkswagen5,9629.9%-16.3%316,5437.8%-41.7%43
5Toyota4,9778.3%9.6%515,0537.1%-32.1%65
6Hyundai4,3547.3%45.0%615,9707.5%67.5%57
7Citroen2,8314.7%25.3%119,1504.3%-4.2%99
8Dacia2,1793.6%-23.9%711,2095.3%-3.4%78
9Kia2,0323.4%-4.6%164,5712.2%-38.1%1514
10Honda1,8753.1%-28.6%97,7023.6%-11.6%1110
11Skoda1,6352.7%-25.7%126,3493.0%-47.3%1212
12Peugeot1,5862.6%-35.2%109,1984.3%-33.6%86
13Mercedes1,5682.6%-24.1%134,9362.3%-34.0%1313
14Nissan1,1301.9%32.3%192,4521.2%-59.4%1716
15BMW1,0941.8%-18.9%154,1231.9%-12.7%1615
16Audi1,0511.8%1.1%144,7312.2%4.6%1417
17Opel9071.5%-59.4%88,7304.1%-12.1%1011
18Seat5921.0%-41.7%172,2481.1%-55.8%1818
19Mitsubishi3940.7%-43.0%219410.4%-55.7%2020
20Cupra2870.5%421.8%245570.3%912.7%2332
21Volvo2600.4%-67.5%181,5610.7%-25.7%1919
22DS2370.4%1480.0%304160.2%177.3%2528
23Iveco2310.4%7.4%228330.4%0.2%2223
24Jeep2030.3%0.0%209400.4%-13.8%2122
25MG1710.3%800.0%273540.2%1763.2%2731
26Isuzu1380.2%60.5%253860.2%139.8%2626
27Suzuki1250.2%-39.0%234220.2%-46.7%2421
28Land Rover1140.2%-51.5%283430.2%-55.7%2824
29SsangYong770.1%-2.5%323000.1%-28.6%2927
30Subaru580.1%-7.9%311910.1%-6.8%3129
31Mini410.1%-46.8%262930.1%-28.9%3025
32DFSK330.1%1550.0%331000.0%4900.0%3339
33Lexus240.0%4.3%37590.0%-15.7%3533
34Karsan220.0%214.3%34900.0%45.2%3435
35Maserati190.0%280.0%35500.0%150.0%3638
36Porsche180.0%-66.0%291840.1%-30.0%3230
37Jaguar120.0%50.0%41160.0%-52.9%3937
38Alfa Romeo80.0%-11.1%38170.0%-85.3%3834
39Mazda40.0%-33.3%36330.0%-17.5%3736
40Ferrari30.0%50.0%4080.0%0.0%4141
41Aston Martin20.0%-33.3%4280.0%-33.3%4040
42Bentley20.0%-50.0%3970.0%40.0%4243
43Lamborghini00.0%-100.0% –20.0%-50.0%4342

Source: ODD

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