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Poland June 2024: MG HS up to #12 in euphoric market

Record month for the MG HS in Poland.

The Polish new car market is euphoric in June at +21% year-on-year to 48,749 sales. This way, the H1 2024 tally is now up 16.3% to 270,864. Toyota (+24.4%) manages to beat the market but at 15.5% is way below its H1 level of 18.9% share. Skoda (+2.5%) is a lot more shy at 9.7% vs. 11.2% while Volkswagen (+11.4%) also trails behind and Hyundai (+20.8%) matches the market. Kia (-22.5%) disappoints at #5, down two spots on last month to #5. Mercedes (+37.8%) also shines in the remainder of the Top 10, with Lexus (+49.3%), Mazda (+40.8%), Volvo (+27.2%), Ford (+23.3%) and Suzuki (#14) standing out below.

Over in the models aisle, the Toyota Corolla (-1.1%) reclaims the top spot it holds year-to-date despite a year-on-year loss. It topples the Skoda Octavia (-14.8%) while the Toyota Yaris (-9%) rallies back up six spots on May to #3 but disappoints year-on-year. In contrast the Toyota Yaris Cross (+139.6%) and Hyundai Tucson (+32.6%) both impress, as do the Skoda Superb (+69.5%) and Toyota RAV4 (+31.6%) among the rest of the 10 best-sellers. The MG HS surges 15 ranks on last month to a record 12th place.

Previous month: Poland May 2024: Skoda Octavia takes the lead, MG HS and Lexus LBX inside Top 30

One year ago: Poland June 2023: Cupra Formentor repeats inside Top 10

Full June 2024 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below

Poland June 2024 – brands:

PosBrandJun-24%/23May2024%/23PosFY23
1Toyota7,54815.5%+ 24.4%151,26318.9%+ 20.1%11
2Skoda4,7509.7%+ 2.5%230,35811.2%+ 17.2%22
3Volkswagen3,4227.0%+ 11.4%416,5136.1%– 2.7%34
4Hyundai2,8475.8%+ 20.8%515,2665.6%+ 20.1%55
5Kia2,7195.6%– 22.5%316,1616.0%– 13.3%43
6Audi2,6625.5%+ 14.1%713,2604.9%+ 3.8%76
7Mercedes2,4134.9%+ 37.8%813,0394.8%+ 53.0%88
8BMW2,0914.3%+ 0.1%613,6835.1%+ 17.3%67
9Renault1,7983.7%+ 2.1%118,2823.1%+ 15.6%1110
10Dacia1,5483.2%– 6.0%109,1203.4%– 7.8%109
11Mazda1,5433.2%+ 40.8%96,9222.6%+ 18.1%1312
12Lexus1,5003.1%+ 49.3%137,0682.6%+ 25.9%1213
13Volvo1,2712.6%+ 27.2%129,6193.6%+ 43.9%911
14Suzuki1,2122.5%n/a15n/an/an/an/an/a
15Ford1,2002.5%+ 23.3%146,0462.2%+ 5.1%1414
n/aNissan9151.9%n/an/a5,5562.1%n/a15n/a

Poland June 2024 – models:

PosModel Jun-24%/23May2024%/23PosFY23
1Toyota Corolla1,8193.7%– 1.1%313,9555.2%+ 32.6%11
2Skoda Octavia1,3562.8%– 14.8%111,3134.2%+ 47.0%22
3Toyota Yaris1,2202.5%– 9.0%96,8102.5%– 17.2%53
4Toyota Yaris Cross1,1932.4%+ 139.6%48,0383.0%+ 10.7%34
5Hyundai Tucson1,1842.4%+ 32.6%66,4432.4%+ 36.9%86
6Kia Sportage1,1312.3%– 14.4%56,5832.4%+ 6.7%75
7Toyota RAV49992.0%+ 31.6%27,1862.7%+ 79.4%49
8VW T-Roc9982.0%+ 18.4%134,0541.5%– 2.7%1110
9Dacia Duster8741.8%+ 14.5%104,6991.7%– 9.2%98
10Skoda Superb8681.8%+ 69.5%113,6241.3%+ 8.5%1415
11Toyota C-HR8411.7%+ 174.8%86,6852.5%+ 33.3%67
12MG HS8241.7%n/a271,8200.7%n/a45n/a
13Mazda CX-57931.6%+ 89.7%73,2771.2%+ 113.5%1744
14Ford Focus7191.5%+ 255.9%252,6441.0%+ 89.5%23 n/a
15Cupra Formentor6711.4%– 8.1%154,0761.5%+ 31.9%1013
16Skoda Kamiq6431.3%+ 30.7%123,9731.5%+ 22.4%1214
17Lexus NX6161.3%+ 51.7%162,6621.0%+ 11.9%2231
18Hyundai i306061.2%+ 2.5%143,0471.1%+ 0.1%1918
19Skoda Fabia5901.2%+ 7.5%193,2511.2%– 15.7%1812
20Tesla Model 35831.2%#DIV/0! n/an/an/an/a n/a n/a
21Renault Arkana5811.2%+ 40.7%42n/an/an/a n/a50
22Skoda Kodiaq5421.1%+ 42.3%182,9331.1%+ 17.9%2019
23Audi Q55371.1%+ 114.8% n/a1,7650.7%– 3.7%4732
24Volvo XC605361.1%+ 39.2%213,5471.3%+ 11.6%1517
25Suzuki SX4 S-Cross5111.0%n/a501,8510.7%n/a43 n/a
26Nissan Qashqai5081.0%– 4.3%433,7401.4%+ 67.9%1328
27VW Tiguan5051.0%– 8.8%173,4361.3%+ 29.5%1621
28Kia Ceed5041.0%– 32.7%312,4670.9%– 31.2%2911
29Toyota Corolla Cross4771.0%+ 294.2%492,3740.9%– 14.7%3016
30Audi Q34701.0%+ 28.4%261,9720.7%+ 5.8%3934
31Suzuki Vitara4590.9%+ 52.5%332,2820.8%+ 23.8%3130
32Citroen C34500.9%n/a n/a2,1610.8%n/a34 n/a
33Kia Xceed4230.9%+ 13.7%202,1380.8%– 14.4%3524
34Audi A44220.9%+ 94.5%402,1910.8%+ 29.8%3337
35Skoda Scala4210.9%– 18.4%342,4810.9%+ 10.5%2823
36VW Golf4180.9%+ 20.8%232,2170.8%+ 1.2%3229
37Lexus LBX4120.8%new30n/an/anew n/a –
38Hyundai i204080.8%+ 72.2%352,0910.8%+ 24.9%3746
39Opel Crossland X3980.8%n/a n/an/an/an/a n/a n/a
40Dacia Sandero3880.8%– 0.3%322,5440.9%– 7.4%2622
41Toyota Proace City Verso3720.8%+ 26.1% n/an/an/an/a n/a n/a
42VW T-Cross3530.7%n/a n/an/an/an/a n/a n/a
43Audi A33480.7%– 14.5%222,7321.0%+ 46.2%2127
44Mazda CX-603440.7%n/a n/an/an/an/a n/a n/a
45Fiat 5003390.7%+ 86.3% n/an/an/an/a n/a n/a
46VW Passat3390.7%– 12.9%441,7040.6%– 24.6%4925
47BMW X33370.7%+ 34.8% n/an/an/an/a n/a42
48Mercedes GLC3240.7%n/a411,9520.7%n/a40 n/a
49BMW X53230.7%– 14.8%361,7920.7%+ 7.8%4640
50Renault Clio3220.7%– 2.4%471,9240.7%+ 1.3%4226
 n/aBMW 3 Series3210.7%+ 7.0%241,9480.7%+ 14.5%4135
 n/aVolvo XC402970.6%– 4.2%282,5440.9%n/a27 n/a
 n/aSkoda Karoq2920.6%– 46.8%292,6061.0%– 9.3%2420
n/aDacia Jogger2850.6%– 34.9% n/a1,7290.6%+ 1.9%4841
 n/aHyundai Kona2840.6%n/a372,1340.8%n/a3639
 n/aRenault Captur2790.6%– 40.3%392,5630.9%+ 30.2%2536
 n/aLexus RX2620.5%+ 12.0%n/a1,6680.6%+ 22.6%5048
 n/aToyota Aygo X2570.5%– 28.2% n/a1,8270.7%– 1.5%4438
 n/aToyota Camry2500.5%– 33.7%461,9980.7%n/a3833

Source: SAMAR

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. I don’t understand why Poles don’t buy Peugeot, Opel or Fiat. Fiat basically has a second home in PL. Peugeot has great anti-corrosion protection, good choice for continental winter with salty roads.
    Focus shines again.
    Great position for Mazda CX-5 and Renault Arkana.
    Toyota didn’t make a mistake with the new C-HR.

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