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Turkiye June 2024: Chery breaks ranking and volume records, sales down for third month in a row

Chery places two models inside the Turkish Top 6 in June.

Now with Top 50 All brands ranking.

New light vehicle sales in Turkiye endure a third straight month of year-on-year decline in June at -5.3% to 106,238 units. This is still the 2nd highest June volume in Turkish history. It includes 87,858 passenger cars (-3.6%) and 18,380 light commercials (-12.6%). The overall H1 2024 result is up 3.9% to 577,981 units. Fiat (-19.5%) reclaims the brands lead with 12.1% share and despite a tough year-on-year loss. It’s even worse for Renault (-32.7%) and Ford (-29.9%) completing the podium. Recent launch Chery (+78.1%) continues to post spectacular results, breaking its ranking (#4) and volume (7,511) records and equalling its all time high share at 7.1%, also reached in August 2023. Volkswagen (+13.3%) drops to #5 but shines year-on-year. Hyundai (+5.7%) is the only additional gainer in the Top 10.

The Fiat Egea Sedan is back to the models top spot with 7.6% share, well above the 6.3% it holds year-to-date. The Renault Megane Sedan advances to #2, upsetting the Renault Clio, leader last month and still #2 year-to-date. The Toyota Corolla Sedan is up two spots on last month to #4 with the Chery Tiggo 8 Pro down one to #5. The Chery Tiggo 7 Pro is up six ranks to #6, making it two Chery in the Top 6. The Tesla Model Y surges to 7th place above the Honda City, Hyundai i20 and Fiat Egea Cross. Note the local EV Tiggo 10X tumbles down 12 spots to #14. 

Previous month: Turkiye May 2024: Fiat sinks, Renault Clio takes the lead, Togg 10X repeats at #2

One year ago: Turkiye June 2023: Another record with sales up 38.1%

Full June 2024 Top 50 All brands and Top 40 models below.

Turkiye June 2024 – brands:

PosBrandJun-24%/23May2024%/23PosFY23
1Fiat12,80912.1%– 19.5%471,02112.3%– 29.8%11
2Renault11,33410.7%– 32.7%165,04211.3%+ 10.8%22
3Ford7,6497.2%– 29.9%344,9627.8%– 11.5%33
4Chery7,5117.1%+ 78.1%534,5016.0%+ 253.6%511
5Volkswagen6,7396.3%+ 13.3%241,9077.3%+ 5.5%44
6Peugeot6,1805.8%– 4.0%632,3735.6%– 20.8%65
7Citroen5,9035.6%– 26.3%1029,9315.2%– 6.6%77
8Hyundai5,3915.1%+ 5.7%729,7715.2%+ 7.0%89
9Opel4,7694.5%– 47.6%1126,7284.6%– 31.0%106
10Toyota4,6794.4%– 23.5%1228,3304.9%+ 19.0%98
11Skoda4,3524.1%+ 92.7%820,2193.5%+ 13.5%1112
12Honda3,1703.0%+ 98.4%1413,5472.3%+ 43.5%1417
13Dacia3,0602.9%+ 17.6%1319,7003.4%– 8.1%1210
14Mercedes2,8812.7%+ 0.5%1517,0593.0%+ 31.9%1313
15Tesla2,6702.5%new433,0820.5%new2621
16Kia1,9481.8%– 9.3%1810,1211.8%– 0.2%1815
17Nissan1,8171.7%+ 105.5%1910,3561.8%+ 52.4%1718
18Togg1,7331.6%+ 245.2%913,0212.3%+ 1511.5%1519
19BMW1,6651.6%+ 24.0%179,1551.6%– 13.1%1914
20MG1,5961.5%+ 254.7%1611,0741.9%+ 238.2%1620
21Seat1,3681.3%+ 79.3%245,0520.9%+ 15.4%2323
22Volvo1,1381.1%– 15.1%216,7441.2%+ 30.8%2122
23Audi1,0781.0%– 41.2%207,4311.3%– 31.5%2016
24KG Mobility (ex SsangYong)9100.9%+ 639.8%226,3011.1%+ 791.2%2233
25Cupra8630.8%– 22.0%254,1090.7%+ 13.2%2524
26Suzuki6480.6%+ 30.6%234,1850.7%+ 119.1%2425
27Mini3670.3%+ 114.6%291,0960.2%+ 10.8%3330
28BYD3470.3%new311,4120.2%new2937
29Iveco3240.3%+ 12.1%261,5110.3%+ 17.7%2829
30Jeep2980.3%+ 24.2%301,6830.3%+ 22.0%2726
31Land Rover2870.3%+ 99.3%271,3290.2%+ 15.7%3028
32Isuzu2630.2%+ 46.1%281,2400.2%– 0.1%3132
33DS1210.1%– 78.1%321,1270.2%– 47.3%3227
34Seres/DFSK920.1%+ 1050.0%344390.1%+ 56.2%3642
35Porsche610.1%– 40.2%335110.1%– 18.2%3435
36Skywell330.0%– 84.2%372000.0%– 65.0%3831
37Alfa Romeo320.0%– 80.4%364400.1%– 66.1%3534
38Lexus300.0%– 55.2%353120.1%+ 20.5%3739
39Subaru300.0%– 77.6%381810.0%– 73.3%4036
40Leapmotor220.0%– 68.6%411200.0%– 40.0%4341
41Maserati200.0%– 37.5%401310.0%– 57.3%4138
42Karsan110.0%– 31.3%421210.0%– 46.5%4243
43Mitsubishi110.0%– 52.2%44390.0%– 87.3%4540
44Maxus50.0%new391950.0%new3946
45Jaguar20.0%– 66.7%45370.0%– 45.6%4645
46Bentley20.0%– 60.0%46190.0%+ 18.8%4747
47Hongqi20.0%new5190.0%new5051
48Ferrari10.0%– 50.0%47120.0%+ 0.0%4848
49Lamborghini10.0%– 66.7%49100.0%+ 25.0%4950
50Aston Martin10.0%– 66.7%5380.0%– 42.9%5149

Turkiye June 2024 – models:

PosModelJun-24%May2024%PosFY23
1Fiat Egea Sedan6,7077.6%529,1486.3%11
2Renault Megane Sedan4,2174.8%321,6834.7%34
3Renault Clio3,7904.3%124,6095.3%22
4Toyota Corolla Sedan3,1993.6%616,6883.6%45
5Chery Tiggo 8 Pro3,1613.6%414,4923.1%517
6Chery Tiggo 7 Pro2,8173.2%1211,3282.4%919
7Tesla Model Y2,6703.0%n/a3,0820.7%4127
8Honda City2,6653.0%89,4032.0%1128
9Hyundai i202,1872.5%1010,6212.3%107
10Fiat Egea Cross2,1572.5%1613,3612.9%63
11Dacia Duster2,0612.3%1111,6332.5%86
12Peugeot 30081,9782.3%158,4101.8%1310
13Peugeot 20081,8642.1%217,8991.7%1611
14Togg T10X1,7332.0%213,0212.8%79
15Chery Omoda 51,5331.7%178,6811.9%1220
16Citroen C4 X1,5261.7%358,2801.8%1422
17VW Taigo1,5191.7%75,6571.2%2424
18Hyundai Bayon1,4901.7%257,6531.7%1713
19VW Polo1,4701.7%98,1471.8%1512
20Citroen C31,4701.7%195,5911.2%2533
21Ford Focus Sedan and Estate1,4671.7%235,1941.1%2721
22Skoda Superb1,2491.4%n/an/an/an/a37
23Citroen C4 5-door1,1301.3%n/an/an/an/an/a
24Nissan Qashqai1,1241.3%276,1711.3%2214
25Opel Crossland1,1071.3%375,1971.1%2618
26MG HS1,0931.2%137,2941.6%1840
27Renault Austral1,0201.2%294,6501.0%3335
28Opel Corsa9881.1%286,5351.4%198
29Skoda Kamiq9521.1%145,0261.1%29n/a
30Peugeot 4089241.1%266,2931.4%2126
31Skoda Octavia9021.0%206,5031.4%20n/a
32Dacia Sandero Stepway8451.0%225,9651.3%2323
33VW Tiguan8100.9%244,6731.0%3229
34VW T-Cross7610.9%183,3880.7%3634
35Citroen C3 Aircross7590.9%n/a2,9290.6%n/a32
36Ford Puma7410.8%324,8771.1%30n/a
37Opel Mokka6990.8%n/a4,6791.0%3115
38Toyota Corolla Cross6700.8%n/a2,8950.6%n/a31
39Cupra Formentor5890.7%n/a3,0760.7%4239
40Hyundai Tucson5840.7%334,6371.0%3425
n/aKGM Torres5520.6%383,9250.8%35n/a
n/aNissan Juke4590.5%313,3450.7%38n/a
n/aOpel Grandland 4010.5%303,3490.7%37n/a
n/aMercedes C Class Sedan3010.3%343,1240.7%40n/a
n/aVW T-Roc1690.2%n/a5,1341.1%2816
n/aRenault Taliant580.1%n/a3,1340.7%39n/a

Source: ODMD

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