The Kia Picanto ranks #3 in Cyprus in April.
According to data by SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, new car sales in the country edge up 4.8% year-on-year to 783, still a paltry performance given April 2022 was down -19.2% on the year prior. The year-to-date tally is in better shape though, at +26.6% to 4,820 units. Kia (+78.3%) surges ahead to capture a fantastic 24.1% share vs. 17.4% so far this year. In contrast Toyota (-38.2%) sinks to 10.7% share vs. 12.7% YTD. Skoda (+126.9%) and Dacia (+93.8%) post the biggest gains in the Top 10 with Audi (+72.4%) also in outstanding shape. Volkswagen (+21.3%) beats the market while Porsche (+35.3%) is up to a surprising 10th place overall. BMW (-51%), Hyundai (-40.8%) and Renault (-8%) struggle.
Over in the models lane, Kia monopolises the podium with the Stonic in pole position ahead of the Rio (+246.7%) and Picanto (+377.8%). The VW T-Roc (+78.9%) and Audi Q3 (+200%) round out the Top 5 while the Skoda Fabia is estimated to climb to #6 and breaks into the YTD Top 30 at #22. The Dacia Duster (+166.7%) is the last Top 10 model to beat the market at #7.
Full April 2023 Top 35 All brands and Top 30 models below.