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Cyprus April 2018: Ford Focus best-seller, Kia Rio now #1 year-to-date

The Kia Rio is now the best-seller in Cyprus in 2018 YTD.

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Thanks to our partnership with SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, we can share with you today Cyprus new car sales data for April, when the market drops 1.2% to 1.058 units, leading to a year-to-date volume up 11.3% to 5.246. The Ford Focus (+74%) is up 22 spots on March to snap the April lead ahead of the Toyota Yaris (+347%) and Hyundai Tucson (+51%) but it’s the Kia Rio (-45%) that snaps the YTD pole position off its smaller sibling the Kia Picanto despite a steep decline this month. The Toyota C-HR edges up 7% to #5, with the Land Rover Discovery Sport (+82%), Nissan Qashqai (+48%), Range Rover Evoque (+35%) and Ford Kuga (+21%) also shining in a Top 12 including no less than 9 SUVs. Notice also the Kia Stonic leading recent launches (<12 months) at #12 vs. #7 YTD.

Previous month: Cyprus March 2018: Kia Rio and Mini Countryman on top

One year ago: Cyprus April 2017: Kia Rio shoots to #1, Ford Fiesta now #1 YTD

Full April 2018 Top 30 models ranking below.

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Cyprus March 2018: Kia Rio and Mini Countryman on top

The Mini Countryman ranks at a surprise #2 spot in Cyprus in March. 

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Thanks to our partnership with SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, we can share with you today March sales data for Cyprus, a market up a splendid 35.2% year-on-year to 1.906 registrations, lifting the year-to-date volume up 15% to 4.188 units. After being dominated by the Kia Stonic last month, the Cypriot models ranking, heavily impacted by rental sales in the lead up to the Summer season, goes through another significant facelift in March, this time crowing the Kia Rio (up 8-fold on March 2017) and the Mini Countryman coming out of the February YTD Top 30 directly into 2nd place for the month at 5th position YTD. The Picanto (+115%) makes it two Kias on the podium and now ranks #1 YTD. It is followed this month by the Nissan Qashqai (+44%) and the Skoda Fabia up 13-fold YTD and up to 5th in March for its first appearance in the ranking in the five years we have followed Cyprus. The Nissan Micra (#7), Fiat Tipo (#11), Ford Kuga (#12) and Citroen C3 (#13) also impress while the February leader, the Kia Stonic, is down 20 spots to #21 but still manages a world-best 7th place YTD.

Previous month: Cyprus February 2018: Kia places Stonic and Picanto on top

One year ago: Cyprus March 2017: VW Golf #1, Hyundai Tucson takes YTD lead

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Cyprus February 2018: Kia places Stonic and Picanto on top

The Kia Stonic is now the #1 vehicle in Cyprus YTD.

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Thanks to our partnership with SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, we can share with you today February data for Cyprus, a market up 9.7% year-on-year this month to 1.083 registrations leading to a year-to-date volume up 2.3% to 2.282 units. In what looks like a large rental car order in preparation for the Summer season, the Kia Stonic lands directly in pole position with a staggering 12.3% share while it has just spent a couple of months outside the Top 30 since launch. Its market share is so high that its February performance enables it to already top the YTD ranking. Kia even manages a 1-2 with the Picanto in 2nd place whereas here too it didn’t feature in the January Top 30. The Toyota C-HR remains solidly attached to the podium at #3 with 4% market share, followed this month by the Toyota Yaris (+17%), Hyundai Tucson (-20%) and Ford Kuga (+164%). The Nissan Qashqai (#7), Kia Sportage (#9) and Peugeot 3008 (#10) make it 7 SUVs in the Top 10, there are 18 in the Top 30.

Previous month: Cyprus January 2018: Toyota Yaris #1, six SUVs in Top 7

One year ago: Cyprus January-February 2017: Kia Rio #1, Toyota C-HR lands

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Cyprus January 2018: Toyota Yaris #1, six SUVs in Top 7

The Ford Kuga leads the SUV charge in Cyprus, ranking at #2 in January.

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Thanks to our partnership with SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, we can share with you today January figures for Cyprus, a market down 3.5% to 1.199 registrations. The Toyota Yaris takes the lead for the first time since June with a strong 6.1% share and deliveries up 66% year-on-year but incredibly it is the only passenger car in the Top 7, with the six remaining nameplates all SUVs! The Ford Kuga is up 14-fold to #2, followed by the Toyota C-HR (+97%), Hyundai Tucson (-30%), Nissan Qashqai (+6%), Kia Sportage (+5%) and Nissan Juke (+100%). It doesn’t stop there: 19 of the Top 30 best-sellers this month in Cyprus are SUVs, with the Peugeot 3008 breaking into the Top 10, the BMW X1 up 200% to #11, the Audi Q3 up 200% to #13, the Skoda Kodiaq landing at #21, the Honda CR-V up 60% to #23 and the Mercedes GLC up 87% to #26.

Previous post: Cyprus Full Year 2017: Ford Focus back to #1, Toyota C-HR lands at #5

One year ago: Cyprus January-February 2017: Kia Rio up to #1, Toyota C-HR lands

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Cyprus Full Year 2017: Ford Focus back to #1, Toyota C-HR lands at #5

The Ford Focus is back to the #1 spot in Cyprus for the first time since 2010. 

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Thanks to our partnership with SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, we can share with you 2017 figures for Cyprus, a market up 2.9% to 13.015 registrations, up 4.3% to 15.109 units including light commercials. Ford remains the brand leader with sales up 2% to 14.8% share, while Toyota jumps two spots and 38% to #2 overall at 12.2%, overtaking Nissan (-12%) while Kia (+23%) passes Volkswagen (-27%) to rank #4. Mercedes gains 13% but remains 6th, distancing BMW (+7%). Hyundai (+32%) and Audi (+27%) also impress and break into the Top 10 whereas Renault (-34%) and Land Rover (-36%) step out of it. Citroen (+85%), Isuzu (+44%), Skoda (+30%), Opel (+24%) and Peugeot (+23%) post the largest year-on-year gains in the remainder of the Top 20.

The Toyota C-HR lands its second highest 2017 ranking in the world in Cyprus. 

Model-wise, the Ford Focus reclaims a leadership it is estimated to have last held back in 2010. thanks to deliveries shooting up 35% to 4.8% share, going from #5 in 2016 directly to #1. The Hyundai Tucson also impresses with a 56% gain lifting it from #6 to #2, while the Nissan Qashqai drops 17% and one rank to #3. Outstanding debut for the Toyota C-HR launched in December 2016: it ends its first full year in market in 5th place, the nameplate’s second highest annual ranking in the world below just home in Japan where it ranked #4. Inside the Top 10, the Kia Rio (+30%) and VW Tiguan (+51%) also impress whereas the Ford Fiesta (-26%) and VW Golf (-58%) both implode. The Mercedes GLC (+109%), Ford Kuga (+81%), Kia Picanto (+59%), Nissan Pulsar (+46%), Toyota Corolla (+45%), Mercedes C-Class (+26%) and BMW X1 (+23%) all make their way into the 2017 Top 20.

Previous month: Cyprus November 2017: Ford Focus cements leadership at 10% share

Previous year: Cyprus Full Year 2016: VW Golf resists, Focus and Tucson shine

Two years ago: Cyprus Full Year 2015: VW Golf edges past Nissan Qashqai in last minute win

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Full December 2017 Top 30 models ranking below.

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Cyprus November 2017: Ford Focus cements leadership at 10% share

The Ford Focus is once again the best-selling nameplate in Cyprus.

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Thanks to our partnership with SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, we can share with you today November data with sales down a harsh 13.6% to 977 units leading to a year-to-date volume up 4.3% to 12.310 deliveries. The Ford Focus cements its newfound YTD pole position thanks to sales shooting up 51% year-on-year to a round 10%. It distances for the month the Hyundai Tucson (+40%), Toyota Yaris (+24%), C-HR (+580%) and VW Tiguan (+50%), all frankly outpacing the market. The Ford Kuga is up 9 spots on October to #6, the Kia Sportage is up 173% to #7, the Suzuki Vitara up 133% to #13 and the Kia Rio up 138% to #14.

Previous month: Cyprus October 2017: Ford Focus leaps to #1 YTD

One year ago: Cyprus November 2016: VW Golf soars to pole position

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Cyprus October 2017: Ford Focus leaps to #1 YTD

The Ford Focus is now the YTD best-seller in Cyprus. 

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Thanks to data provided by SEMO Cyprus and analysed by INNOSOFT, we can share with you today October sales for Cyprus, a market up 12.6% year-on-year to 1.044 registrations which brings the year-to-date tally up 6.2% to 11.333 units. The Ford Focus posts a second outstanding month at 10.7% share with sales up 7-fold on October 2016 and leaps from #5 to #1 in the year-to-date order with deliveries up 36% on the same period in 2016. The Hyundai Tucson is knocked down to 2nd place but still manages to be up 3-fold in October to 7.2% share, ahead of the Renault Captur up 9-fold to 4.3% share and making a come back inside the YTD Top 30 at #25. The Toyota C-HR stays at a stunning 4th place and nudges up one spot YTD to #6, while the Toyota Yaris (-32%) and Nissan Qashqai (-5%) both struggle. Notice also the BMW X1 up 156% to #10, the Honda Jazz up to #12 and the Mercedes GLC at #20.

Previous month: Cyprus September 2017: Ford Focus leads, Hyundai Tucson #1 YTD

One year ago: Cyprus October 2016: Toyota Yaris leads, Honda HR-V up to #5

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Cyprus September 2017: Ford Focus leads, Hyundai Tucson #1 YTD

The Ford Focus is the best-selling nameplate in Cyprus this month.

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Thanks to data provided by SEMO Cyprus and analysed by INNOSOFT, we can share with you September sales in Cyprus, down 1.4% year-on-year to 968 registrations. The year-to-date total however remains in positive at +5.5% to 10.289 units. Lots of change in the models ranking: the Ford Focus is up 11 spots on August and 9-fold on September 2016 to take the lead of the charts with a very impressive 9.1% share, distancing the Nissan Qashqai (+92%) and Toyota Yaris (+29%) while the Toyota C-HR is down one spot on last month to a still shining 4th place. The Kia Rio doubles its sales year-on-year to #5 and the Kia Sportage is up 24% to #6. In spite of falling 44% to #8, the Hyundai Tucson takes advantage of a particularly weak month by the Ford Fiesta (-76%) to snap the year-to-date pole position at 4.3% share (+65%).

Previous month: Cyprus August 2017: Hyundai Tucson takes control

One year ago: Cyprus September 2016: Nissan Juke takes the lead

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Cyprus August 2017: Hyundai Tucson takes control

The Hyundai Tucson is the best-selling vehicle in Cyprus in August. 

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Thanks to data provided by SEMO Cyprus and analysed by INNOSOFT, we can share with you today August sales figures for Cyprus, a market down 10% to 703 registrations which brings the year-to-date total up 6.3% to 9.321 units. This month’s hero is the Hyundai Tucson jumping 3 spots on July and a whopping 162% year-on-year to land in pole position for the first time since last December with a mammoth 7.8% share. It distances the Toyota Yaris (+29%) and C-HR down two spots on last month to a still very impressive third place. The Kia Sportage is up three spots on July to #4, the Volvo XC60 up 4 to #5, the Nissan Juke up two to #8, the Honda HR-V up three to #11 and the BMW X1 up 8 to #14 in a month very favourable to SUVs. The Ford Fiesta, still YTD market leader with 4.5% share, plunges down 63% to #6 this month and sees its advantage over the #2, now the Hyundai Tucson, thaw to just four units.

Previous month: Cyprus July 2017: Toyota C-HR in the lead

One year ago: Cyprus August 2016: Nissan Qashqai reclaims YTD lead

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Cyprus July 2017: Toyota C-HR in the lead

The Toyota C-HR is the best-selling vehicle in Cyprus in July. 

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Thanks to data provided by SEMO Cyprus and analysed by INNOSOFT, we can share with you today the July update for Cyprus. Sales are down 9% year-on-year this month to 1.102 units, but the year-to-date tally remains comfortably in positive territory at +8% to 8.618 registrations. The Toyota C-HR brilliantly takes the lead in July with 4.8% share, making Cyprus the third country in the world to crown Toyota’s new crossover after Ireland and Japan. The Toyota Yaris (-37%), Ford Focus (-64%), Hyundai Tucson (-34%) and Nissan Qashqai (-43%) follow but all drop significantly while the Ford Fiesta (#8) remains in the YTD pole position. In fact, the Top 13 YTD ranking remains unchanged, with the Mercedes GLC breaking into the YTD Top 30 at #28.

Previous month: Cyprus June 2017: Ford Fiesta leads, Toyota C-HR up to #5

One year ago: Cyprus July 2016: Ford Focus and Hyundai Tucson shine

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