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Portugal November 2022: Dacia up to record #2, Tesla Model Y in Top 10, market up 39.4%

Dacia is up to a record 2nd place in Portugal in November.

The Portuguese new car market soars 39.4% year-on-year in November to 15,234 sales, leading to a year-to-date tally up 5.6% to 141,558 units. Renault (+65.6%) vastly outpaces the average growth to stay in pole position with 9.8% share vs. 7.7% so far this year. Dacia (+99.7%) does even better and doubles its year-ago volume to end the month at a record 2nd place with 9.3% share vs. 6.4% YTD where it now ranks #4. Peugeot (-18.5%) struggles at #3 but adult stays in the YTD lead with 10.6% of the market. Mercedes (+42.3%) beats the market year-on-year but drops two spots on October to #4. Volkswagen (+326.7%) compensates a particularly poor year-ago score and rounds out the Top 5. Fiat (+214.7%), Ford (+162.2%), Opel (+100.5%) and Citroen (+78%) also post surreal gains in the remainder of the Top 10 as do Seat (+189.6%) and Audi (+152.8%) below.

Over in the models ranking, the Renault Clio (+164.6%) steps up to first place with 6.3% share vs. just 2.4% year-to-date, overtaking the Dacia Sandero (+82.8%) now up to #3 year-to-date. The Peugeot 2008 (-11%) rallies back up 16 spots on last month to #3 and holds onto the YTD top spot. The Citroen C3 (+214.9%) and Opel Corsa (+141.8%) surge to close out the Top 5. The Peugeot 208 (+24.4%) trails the market but is up 7 ranks on October to #6. The Tesla Model Y (+183.5%) is up 80 spots on last month to break into the Portuguese Top 10 for the first time at #7. The Ford Fiesta (+7725%!), Dacia Duster (+329.8%) and Mercedes A-Class (+99.5%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10.

Previous month: Portugal October 2022: Dacia Sandero wins, Peugeot 308 up o #4, sales up 18.8%

One year ago: Portugal November 2021: Kia (+183.7%), Hyundai (+107.6%) surge in market off -7.6%

Full November 2022 Top 42 all brands and Top 255 all models below.

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