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Greece November 2023: Suzuki Vitara repeats at #1, market up 29.5%

The Suzuki Vitara is the best-selling car in Greece for the 2nd month running.

Greek new car sales surge another 29.5% in November for a 6th consecutive month of double-digit gains at 10,452 units. The year-to-date tally is up 27.8% to 126,244. This month Hyundai (+2.4%) takes advantage of a particularly poor result by Toyota (-26.5%) to land the brands pole position with 8.6% share. Toyota is at 8.4% vs. 12.3% so far this year. The next three manufacturers all vastly outpace the market: Suzuki is up 46.2%, BMW up 92.1% and Citroen up 113.3%. Kia (+67.8%) and Audi (+57%) do even better in the remainder of the Top 10. Notice also Opel (+1727.3%) and Cupra (+1178.9%) scoring extravagant gains but for Opel it is still a very weak month at 3.8% share vs. 8.1% year-to-date.

In the models lane, the Suzuki Vitara (+101.3%) repeats at #1 with 6% share vs. #7 and 2.4% so far this year. It distances the Citroen C3 (+108.2%) in equally great shape. The Toyota Yaris Cross (-18.1%) suffers at #3 but this is still higher than the 4th place it commands year-to-date. The BMW X1 (+309.7%) is up to a formidable 4th place above the Hyundai i10 (+114.4%), BMW 1 Series (+143.6%), Peugeot 2008 (+120%) and Ford Puma (+151.1%). Still #1 year-to-date, the Opel Corsa (+1937.5%) ranks 15th for the month just as the #2 YTD, the Toyota Yaris (-69.6%) is down to #18.

Previous month: Greece October 2023: Suzuki Vitara takes control, sales up 44.8%

One year ago: Greece November 2022: Suzuki on podium for the first time in at least 10 years, sales up 12.6%

Full November 2023 Top 40 All brands and Top 225 All models below.

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