The Dacia Jogger is up to #14 in the Czech Republic in June.
18,738 new cars found a buyer in the Czech Republic in June, that’s a -16.9% year-on-year decline. It brings the H1 2022 tally down -12.3% to 98,916. Local behemoth Skoda (-29.1%) falls almost twice as fast as the market to 28.8% share vs. 32% so far this year. Hyundai (-14.4%) and Volkswagen (-4.6%) fare much better and close out the podium like they do year-to-date. Dacia (+59.6%) is up 7 spots on May to a fantastic 4th place with 7% share vs. 4.5% over H1. But it’s Ford (+74.4%) that manages the largest YoY gain in the Top 10. Toyota (-9.5%), Kia (-11.9%) and Mercedes (-15.2%) also beat the market whereas Seat (-40.6%) and Peugeot (-37.3%) struggle. Just below, Cupra (+187.9%) continues to surge ahead at #12 and is getting ever closer to its sister brand Seat.
Over in the models ranking, the Skoda Fabia (-34.5%) reclaims the top spot both for June and year-to-date despite a hefty year-on-year loss. It dislodges the Skoda Octavia (-19.8%) back up three spots on May to #2. The Hyundai i30 (-28%) remains in third place above the winner of last month the Skoda Karoq (-25.7%). Both the Hyundai Tucson (+0.3%) and Skoda Kodiaq (+0.3%) edge up but it’s the Dacia Duster (+15.5%) that posts the best improvement near the top of the charts, up 14 ranks on last month to #7. The Skoda Superb (+80.6%) manages the biggest year-on-year gain in the Top 10 at #9. The Scala (#8) and Kamiq (#10) ensure there are 7 Skodas in the Top 10 while the Enyaq (+295.7%) is up 4-fold on June 2021 to climb up 47 spots on May to #13, its best ranking since December 2020. Finally the new Dacia Jogger is up 36 ranks to #14 and is the best-selling recent launch.
Full June 2022 Top 50 All-brands and Top XXX All-models below.