The Opel Corsa easily tops the models charts in April.
The Greek new car market slows down is progression in April at +10.2% year-on-year to 10,239 sales. That’s the smallest YoY growth rate so far this year. After four months, 44,011 new cars have been registered, that’s a 38.8% YoY improvement. Despite going against the positive market, Toyota (-4.8%) remains the best-selling brand in the country with 11.7% share, similar to its YTD level. Opel (+83.2%) continues to align spectacular gains and stays in 2nd place ahead of Volkswagen (-9.3%). Citroen (+51.8%) ensures the Top 4 carmakers are identical to March. Renault (+182.1%), Ford (+79.4%), BMW (+69%) and Fiat (+45.7%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10.
The Opel Corsa (+78.9%) surges ahead to easily dominate the models charts with 5.6% share, cementing its YTD leadership. The Top 4 models are all superminis: the Peugeot 208 (+39.8%) takes the second spot ahead of the Citroen C3 (-5.2%) and Toyota Yaris (-24.2%), the latter falling from #1 over the Full Year 2022 to #4 so far this year. The Opel Crossland (+182.7%) scores the largest gain in the Top 10, ranking at a fantastic #5 and up to #8 year-to-date vs. #28 over the Full Year 2022. The Toyota Yaris Cross (+98.3%) and Fiat 500 (+63.5%) also impress below. The Citroen C4 X is up 179 spots on March to become the best-selling recent launch at #23, distancing the Toyota Corolla Cross (#46) and Dacia Jogger (#74).
Full April 2023 Top 36 All brands and Top 212 All models below.