The Renault Taliant is a rebadged Dacia Logan.
The Turkish new light vehicle market rises 6.2% year-on-year in 2022 to 783,283 sales. The Top 3 carmakers all improve their share this year, pointing towards a rare consolidation on the most trusted brands. Fiat (+20.8%) grows to 18.7% share vs. 16.4% a year ago, Renault (+22.6%) is up to 12.7% vs. 11% and Ford (+15.1%) up to 9.9% vs. 9.1%. The podium therefore holds 41.3% of the market vs. 36.5% a year ago. Volkswagen (-11.5%) loses the third spot to Ford and falls to #4 ahead of Toyota (-5%) also in difficulty. Hyundai (+17.2%) soars to #6 and Opel (+41.7%) manages the best performance in the Top 10 and gains four spots to #7. Dacia (+3.3%) and Citroen (+0.2%) are also up but trail the market. Peugeot (-16.2%) skids to #9. Further down, Cupra (+879.6%), MG (+247.6%), DS (+99.2%), Kia (+22.8%), Mercedes (+16.2%) and BMW (+16.1%) are among the best performers.
Over in the Passenger Cars models ranking, the Fiat Egea Sedan easily keeps the top spot with 8.8% share above the Renault Clio (+14.2%) up one spot to #2. The Toyota Corolla Sedan rounds out the podium above the Renault Megane (-3.2%) and Fiat Egea Cross. Noice also the Dacia Duster (+31.4%) up to #6 and the Renault Taliant (#8), a rebadged Dacia Logan, Hyundai Bayon (#9) and Opel Crossland (#10) all making it into the Top 10. As far as LCVs are concerned, the Ford Tourneo Courier (+5.4%) leads the way above the Fiat Fiorino (+5.7%) and Doblo (-36.2%).
Full Year 2022 Top 44 all brands and Top 10 PC models and Top 5 LCV models vs. Full Year 2021 figures below.
Full December 2022 Top 43 all brands ranking below.