Skoda Superb sales are up 80.4% year-on-year in October.
31,307 new cars found a Polish home in October, up a meagre 2.5% year-on-year. This leads to a YTD tally off -8.2% to 341,011 units. Toyota (+11.2%) easily keeps the brands pole position with 16.5% while Skoda (+79.6%) catches up on a particularly weak year-ago volume to hit 11.9% share vs. 9.9% so far this year. Kia (-5%) and a strong Volkswagen (+17.2%) ensure the Top 4 remains unchanged on September and YTD. BMW (-3.9%) climbs to an excellent 5th place despite falling year-on-year while Audi shoots up 95.4% to #6 vs. #9 year-to-date. Below a weak Hyundai (-20.4%), Mercedes (+15.2%) and Dacia (+42%) both frankly beat the market. Mazda climbs to #12 and Citroen to #15.
Model-wise, after falling to #2 last month, the Toyota Corolla (-18.8%) reclaims the top spot off the Skoda Octavia (+151%), still extremely dynamic year-on-year. The Toyota Yaris (+113.6%) and Dacia Duster (+73.1%) also post fantastic gains below. The Toyota Yaris Cross is back up five spots on September to #5, equalling its ranking record also hit last July while the RAV4 (+2.2%) make it four Toyotas in the Top 6… Excellent showings by the Hyundai i30 (+82.2%) and Kia Sportage (+33.2%) in the remainder of the Top 10. Below, the Skoda Kamiq (+94.2%) and Superb (+80.4%) impress. The Citroen Berlingo lodges its first Top 50 finish at #50.
Full October 2022 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below.