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Greece March 2024: Nissan and Juke up to #2, Toyota Yaris Cross signs 2nd ever win

Nissan Juke sales are up 11-fold year-on-year in Greece.

After posting two double-digit gains in a row at the start of the year, the Greek new car market brakes -6.2% year-on-year in March to 12,465 units. The year-to-date tally remains in positive for now at +8.6% and 36,668 sales. Toyota (-6.7%) easily holds onto its traditional pole position with 11.9% share, albeit at a much lower level than year-to-date (14.2%). The surprise of the month comes from Nissan (+229.7%) tripling its sales year-on-year and up 12 spots on last month to #2. Peugeot (-40.1%) also manages a fantastic performance at #3. Suzuki (+54.3%) and Fiat (+53.1%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10 but Volkswagen (-51.6%), Opel (-39.7%) and Citroen (-14%) are hit hard.

Model-wise, the Toyota Yaris Cross (-7.2%) delivers its second ever monthly win after last June at a solid 4.9% share and despite falling faster than the market. The Nissan Juke (+983.9%) posts a surreal gain to land just 10 sales off the top spot. It is followed by the Citroen C3 (-6.8%) which remains #1 year-to-date. The Fiat Panda (+361.2%) continues to evolve at markedly higher levels than a year ago at #4, ranking above the Peugeot 208 (+54%), Nissan Qashqai (+150%), Peugeot 2008 (+292.3%) and Suzuki Vitara (+92.4%) all posting sensational lifts.

Previous month: Greece February 2024: Suzuki, Fiat shine in sturdy market

One year ago: Greece March 2023: Sales up 58%, Opel Corsa most popular, Crossland up to #4

Full March 2024 Top 40 All brands and Top 220 All models below.

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