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Denmark November 2022: Volkswagen (+17.5%), Mercedes (+21.5%), Audi (+45%) shine, sales off -12.2%

The VW ID.5 ranks 5th in Denmark in November.

13,127 new cars hit Danish roads in November, that’s another -12.2% year-on-year drop and the 9th double-digit fall in the past 10 months. We are also down -27.7% on November 2020. Through November, sales are down -20.6% to just 133,064. Volkswagen (+17.5%) and Mercedes (+21.5%) defy the depleted market to post double-digit gains atop the brands ranking. They hold 12.5% and 12.2% share respectively. Reversely Hyundai (-26.7%) and Toyota (-14.1%) are in trouble below. Audi (+45%) simply posts the largest uptick in the Top 10 and ranks 5th. Skoda (+13.7%) is the only additional gainer in the Top 10 just as Peugeot (-56.3%) and Kia (-52.5%) freefall.

Over in the models ranking, the Ford Kuga (+143.1%) reclaims the top spot it held over the Full Year 2021 thanks to a fantastic year-on-year lift. The Tesla Model Y (+558.7%) is up 104 spots on October to #2 overall while the Hyundai i10 (+62.9%) and VW ID.4 (+42.4%) follow, both in great shape. The new VW ID.5 is up 11 ranks on last month to lift to 5th place overall. Leader last month, the Toyota Aygo X falls to #7 with the VW T-Cross (+99.2%), Opel Corsa (+33.2%) and VW Polo (+14.9%) also shining in the remainder of the Top 10. Still leader year-to-date by a large margin, the Peugeot 208 (-36.3%) skids to #11 in November.

Previous month: Denmark October 2022: Toyota places Aygo X, Yaris and Yaris Cross in Top 4, sales off -14.3%

One year ago: Denmark November 2021: Hyundai i20 leaps to top spot in market off -17.7%

Full November 2022 Top 48 all brands and Top 235 all models below.

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