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Greece June 2023: Toyota Yaris Cross signs first win, Citroen C4 X just outside Top 10

The Citroen C4 X is up to a record 11th place in June.

13,394 new cars hit Greek roads in June, a 20.8% year-on-year improvement. As a result the H1 2023 tally is up 28.4% to 70,362. Toyota (-4.7%) doesn’t benefit from the market growth but still scores a solid 13.9% share at the helm of the brands ranking. Opel (+115.2%) impresses once again ahead of Peugeot (+89.1%) also in great shape. Citroen (+447.5%) spectacularly compensates for a drab year-ago result but only returns to its YTD share at 7.2% of the market. Suzuki (+221.4%), Kia (+76.3%) and Ford (+63.5%) also impress in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas Mercedes (-26.2%) and Hyundai (-22.9%) struggle.

In the models lane, the Toyota Yaris Cross (+112%) signs its first ever monthly win in Greece with 5.7% share, yet ranks #4 year-to-date as it did over the Full Year 2022. The Opel Corsa (+127.1%) is dislodged to #2 but retains the #1 YTD spot. The Toyota Yaris (-29.4%) is in difficulty at #3 while the Hyundai i20 (+11.4%) edges up at #4. Strikingly, the next 10 models all beat the market. The Kia Picanto (+155.1%), Peugeot 208 (+167.6%), 2008 (+210.2%) and Ford Puma (+112.7%) rank the highest, the Kia Stonic (+50.8%) and Suzuki Swift (+327.7%) follow as the new Citroen C4 X smashes all its records and surges 82 spots on May to land at #11. The Suzuki Ignis (+350.9%), Citroen C3 (+150%) and Opel Mokka (+471.8%) close the march.

Previous month: Greece May 2023: Opel Corsa (+163.5%) cements leadership

One year ago: Greece June 2022: Toyota, Fiat ignore market down -20.1%, Fiat 500 #1

Full June 2023 Top 45 All brands and Top 220 All models below.

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