The VW Taigo is the best-selling vehicle in Croatia in November.
New car sales in Croatia is up 5.4% year-on-year in November to 2,698 units, bringing the year-to-date volume down -3.3% to 41,385. Volkswagen (+146.3%) surges on a low year-ago volume to 14.8% share vs. 12% so far this year. Skoda (+36.7%) is also impressive at #2 as is Toyota (+37.4%) at #4. In contrast Kia (-27%) and Renault (-19.2%) both tumble down. Suzuki (+82.4%) and BMW (+24.4%) are the only additional Top 10 gainers with Dacia (-48.3%) Hyundai (-22.9%) and Peugeot (-15%) all in a tricky spot. Below and in order of sales, Audi (+63.1%), Tesla (+733.3%), MG (+2400%) and Porsche (+72.7%) make themselves noticed.
Over in the models charts, the new VW Taigo manages its first monthly win in the world with 3.9% share. It distances the Skoda Octavia (-22.5%) in difficulty but still by far the year-to-date best-seller. The next 5 models all vastly outpace the market with at least double-digit gains. Volkswagen places three cars in the Top 4: below the Taigo, the T-Cross (+76.3%) at #3 and Tiguan (+1575%) at #4. The Kia Sportage (+34%) rounds out the Top 5 (+12 ranks on October) ahead of the Suzuki Vitara (+129.6%) and Renault Megane (+29.5%) up 11 spots on last month to #7. The Suzuki S-Cross (+522.2%) also posts a surreal uptick at #10. Notice also the Renault Captur (+67.7%) and Toyota Corolla (+80.8%) back inside the Top 20.
Full November 2022 Top 40 all brands and Top 20 models below.