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Israel May 2018: Hyundai surges 32% to cement lead

Hyundai is the most popular carmaker in Israel so far in 2018.

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today May brands data for Israel, models data is now a quarterly occurrence. This month new car sales are up 3.7% to 25.798 units, however the YTD volume remains in negative territory at -2.4% to 139.631. Hyundai surges 32% to 15.7% share cementing its YTD lead and posting a 3rd consecutive month win, distancing sister brand Kia (+6%) while Toyota tumbles down 24% to 9.5% share. Skoda (+10%) keeps at the #4 it also holds YTD while below, Mitsubishi (+69%), Nissan (+44%) and Seat (+36%) post the largest gains in the Top 10. Further down, MG (+4900%), Infiniti (+193%), Ssangyong (+100%) and Peugeot (+76%) impress but Ford (-44%), Fiat (-41%), Honda (-30%), Audi (-29%), Mini (-28%), Dacia (-27%), Volkswagen (-27%) and Renault (-24%) struggle.

Previous month: Israel April 2018: Hyundai leads, Mitsubishi (+47%) and Renault (+36%) shine

One year ago: Israel May 2017: Kia leads again, Toyota up 29% in market down 2.5%

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Israel April 2018: Hyundai leads, Mitsubishi (+47%) and Renault (+36%) shine

Mitsubishi sales are up 47% year-on-year in April in Israel.

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today April brands data for Israel, models data is now a quarterly occurrence. New car sales in the country edge down by just 22 units year-on-year to 19.493, leading to a year-to-date volume down 3.7% to 113.833 units. Hyundai cements its leadership thanks to a 17% year-on-year surge to 15%, frankly above sister company Kia down 12% to 12.4% while Toyota (-4%) rounds up the podium at 11.8% share. Skoda (+9%) is up one spot on March to #4, Suzuki (-11%) is up two to #5, Mitsubishi (+47%) up three to #6 and Renault (+36%) up one to #7. Seat (+21%) and Chevrolet (+12%) also shine inside the Top 10 whereas Mazda tumbles down 37%. Further down, Infiniti (+275%), Peugeot (+81%), Citroen (+60%), Volvo (+18%) and Mercedes (+17%) also impress while MG is back in the game at #29.

Previous month: Israel March 2018: Hyundai Ioniq snaps world-first pole position

One year ago:: Israel April 2017: Kia snaps top spot in market down 15%

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Israel March 2018: Hyundai Ioniq snaps world-first pole position

The Hyundai Ioniq is the best-selling vehicle in Israel so far in 2018.

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today Israeli March brands data as well as complete models data for Q1 and every month so far in 2018. In March, new car sales in Israel are up 3.1% year-on-year to 29.037, yet the Q1 volume is down 4.4% to 94.340 units. Hyundai (+15%) reclaims the brands pole position it also holds YTD, overtaking Kia (+15%) and Toyota (+5%). Nissan (+4%), Skoda (+5%) and Mazda (+22%) follow but Suzuki (-12%) struggles at #7 while Seat (+3%) is up three spots on February to #10. Further down, Volvo (+133%), Isuzu (+114%), Cadillac (+23%) and Mercedes (+14%) shine while Chinese MG reappears in the Israeli sales charts at #34 thanks to the launch of the ZS crossover.

There’s a big surprise atop the Q1 models ranking: the Hyundai Ioniq snaps the pole position thanks to deliveries up 121% year-on-year, making Israel the first country in the world to crown this nameplate. The Hyundai Tucson (-9%) and Kia Sportage (-20%) rounds up the podium ahead of the Kia Picanto (-22%) and Hyundai i10 (+5%), making the Top Five 100% Korean. The Renault Clio (+98%) and Kia Niro (+202%) blast into the Top 10 with the Toyota C-HR (+90%) just outside at #11. The Mitsubishi ASX leads recent launches (<12 months) at #22, followed by the Suzuki Ignis (#35), Skoda Kodiaq (#36), Hyundai Kona (#57) and Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross (#83).

Previous month: Israel February 2018: Kia #1, Toyota up 61% in market up 3.9%

One year ago: Israel March 2017: Hyundai Ioniq just outside Top 10

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Israel February 2018: Kia #1, Toyota up 61% in market up 3.9%

Kia is the best-selling carmaker in Israel in February.

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today February data for Israel. New car sales are up 3.9% year-on-year this month to 26.284 units, yet the year-to-date tally remains in negative territory at -7.4% to 65.303 registrations. Up 2% on a year ago, Kia takes the lead of the Israeli brands ranking in February at 14.6% share, just above Toyota soaring 61% to 14.2% while Hyundai, #1 in January and over the FY2017, tumbles down 21% to 13.9% but remains #1 YTD in 2017. Mazda stuns with a 108% year-on-year gain in 5th place, with BMW (+28%), Nissan (+18%), Audi (+17%), Peugeot (+16%) and Subaru (+16%) also strong in the Top 20. Further down, Isuzu (+419%), Lexus (+153%), Infiniti (+147%), Land Rover (+47%), Volvo (+28%) and Ssangyong (+25%) make themselves noticed.

Previous month: Israel January 2018: Hyundai up to 16.1% share in market down 13.7%

One year ago: Israel February 2017: Hyundai and Kia on top, Suzuki up 89%

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Israel January 2018: Hyundai up to 16.1% share in market down 13.7%

Hyundai holds 16.1% of the Israeli new car market in January.

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today January data for Israel. One year ago was the largest monthly volume ever recorded in the country, so sales logically fall 13.7% this time to a still robust 39.019 registrations. Hyundai resists extremely well at -4% to see its share soar to 16.1%, the highest since February 2017. Kia (-12%) and Toyota (-39%) complete a podium identical to the FY2017 ranking. Mazda (+3%), Nissan (+6%), Suzuki (+13%) and Mitsubishi (+18%) all manage splendid growth inside the Top 10 while beyond, Porsche (+71%), Land Rover (+50%), BMW (+19%), Mini (+10%), Chevrolet (+4%), Isuzu (+4%) and Jeep (+4%) are also in positive. At the other end of the scale, Jaguar (-73%), Abarth (-71%), DS (-67%), Opel (-59%), Ford (-48%), Lexus (-47%), Seat (-31%) and Subaru (-29%) all freefall.

Previous post: Israel Full Year 2017: Kia Picanto reclaims lead, Hyundai Ioniq up to #6

One year ago: Israel January 2017: Hyundai tops all-time record market

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Israel Full Year 2017: Kia Picanto reclaims lead, Hyundai Ioniq up to #6

The Kia Picanto is the best-selling vehicle in Israel for the third time, after 2013 and 2015.

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il we can share with you today Full Year 2017 Israeli data. The market is down 1.8% on 2016 to 281.563 registrations, with the Top 4 best-selling brands unchanged on a year ago: Hyundai and Kia are both down 6% but remain dominant, while Toyota (+4%) and Skoda (+11%) gain significant share. Suzuki (+24%), Nissan (+23%) and Renault (+21%) are the biggest gainers in the Top 10 while further down, Dacia (+26% and breaking into the annual Top 20 for the first time), Jeep (+31%), Alfa Romeo (+41%), Aston Martin (+62%), Porsche (+79%), Cadillac (+84%), DS (+110%) and Maserati (+128%) make themselves noticed.

The Hyundai Ioniq ranks at a world-best #6 in Israel. Picture fxp.co.il 

Model-wise, the Kia Picanto reclaims the top spot it held in both 2013 and 2015 despite deliveries down a harsh 12% to 4.2% share. That’s better than the 17% drop endured by last year’s leader, the Kia Sportage, down to #2 in 2017. In fact the Top 4 best-seller all display double-digit declines wit the Hyundai Tucson down 22% and the Toyota Corolla down 16%. The Skoda Octavia gains one spot and 3% to #5 but the best performer in the Top 10 is the Hyundai Ioniq launched in late 2016 and ranking at #6 for its first full year in market, its best annual ranking in the world. The Renault Clio also impresses by more than doubling its sales year-on-year and leaping 20 spots to #10. Another strong gainer is the Kia Niro up to #21 for its first full year also. The best-selling new launch in Israel for 2017 is the Toyota C-HR landing directly at #17, ahead of the Suzuki Ignis (#36), Skoda Kodiaq (#49) and Seat Ateca (#66).

Previous month: Israel November 2017: Kia leads, Skoda up 40% to #3

Previous year: Israel Full Year 2016: Kia Sportage first ever crossover to lead charts

Two years ago: Israel Full Year 2015: Kia most popular brand, Picanto reclaims lead

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Israel November 2017: Kia leads, Skoda up 40% to #3

The Skoda Kodiaq is now on sale in Israel. Picture auto.co.il 

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il we can share with you today Israeli brands data for November. The total market is back to a harsh 15.1% year-on-year drop to just 17.788 registrations, pulling the year-to-date tally down 1.4% to 275.765 units. Kia posts a fourth consecutive month atop the Israeli brands ranking with sales down 14% to 13.3% share, a far cry from Toyota down 23% to 10.1%. Yet this is still not enough to dislodge the year-to-date leader, sister brand Hyundai down 30% to just 8.5% this month but accounting for 13.2% of the YTD market vs. 12.8% for Kia. Skoda surges 40% to climb onto the podium in third place with 8.9% share. Renault (+8%) and Seat (+4%) are the only two other carmakers in positive in the Top 10, with Nissan (-16%), Suzuki (-22%), Volkswagen (-31%) and Mitsubishi (-59%) all falling heavily. Further down, notice Chevrolet up 10%, Volvo up 20%, Audi up 27%, Mercedes up 30%, Fiat up 37%, Infiniti up 40%, Alfa Romeo up 90%, BMW up 92% and Jeep up 305%.

Previous month: Israel October 2017: Kia #1 for third straight month in market up 46%

One year ago: Israel October 2016: Hyundai and Kia dominate market down 35%

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Israel October 2017: Kia #1 for third straight month in market up 46%

Kia is the best-selling carmaker in Israel once again this month. Picture 4×4.co.il 

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il we can share with you today Israeli brands data for October. After plunging 35% a year ago, the market is back up 46% to 19.829 registrations, meaning the year-to-date tally is now down just 0.3% to 257.977 units. Kia is the most popular brand in the country for the third straight month but trails the market slightly at +40% to 12.9% share. This is still not enough to topple sister brand Hyundai off the YTD lead, even though it is down 1% to just 9.3% share in third place this month, one of only three manufacturers to lose ground in the Top 20. Toyota gains 38% to 11.8%, a bit above the 11.1% it commands so far this year. Six of the next seven carmakers frankly outpace the market, with the most impressive being Renault (+185%), Subaru (+154%) and Suzuki (+152%). Nissan (+98%) and Mazda (+56%) also impress. Further down, notice Citroen (+61%), Seat (+66%), Mercedes (+67%), Fiat (+68%), Dacia (+71%), Peugeot (+89%), Lexus (+130%), Alfa Romeo (+140%), BMW (+182%) and Jeep (+192%) all posting spectacular gains.

Previous month: Israel September 2017: Kia Picanto snaps YTD lead, Hyundai Ioniq shines

One year ago: Israel October 2016: Hyundai and Kia dominate market down 35%

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Israel September 2017: Kia Picanto snaps YTD lead, Hyundai Ioniq shines

The Kia Picanto is now Israel’s best-seller in 2017. Picture gear.co.il 

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you September data for Israel. As for every quarter, complete data is also available this month. Israeli new car sales are down a harsh 19.6% year-on-year to 19.990 units, pulling the year-to-date total down 2.8% to 238.148 registrations. Market leaders Kia (-29%) and Hyundai (-38%) implode but remain on top while Toyota does slightly better than the market at -18% to 10.5% share. Reversely, Skoda (-3%), Suzuki (-7%) and more impressively Mazda (+8%), Nissan (+13%) and Citroen (+52%) go against the grain and gain market share vs. September 2016. Further down, Peugeot (+3%), Honda (+3%), Lexus (+3%), BMW (+5%), Mini (+8%), Subaru (+9%), Audi (+11%), Infiniti (+32%), Alfa Romeo (+81%) and Cadillac (+157%) are just about the only carmakers registering a year-on-year gin this month. Chevrolet (-38%), Seat (-49%), Mitsubishi (-58%), Jaguar (-62%) and Ssangyong (-66%) are hit the hardest.

The Hyundai Ioniq was the best-selling nameplate in Israel in July. Picture gear.co.il

Model-wise, the Kia Picanto (-16%) snaps the overall YTD pole position off the Kia Sportage but the two nameplates are separated by just 63 sales after 9 months and both hold 4.2% of the Israeli market. The Hyundai Tucson (-17%), Toyota Corolla (-11%), Skoda Octavia (-5%) and Mitsubishi Outlander (-30%) hold onto their H1 respective rankings while the Hyundai Ioniq steps up to 7th place overall thanks to a fantastic pole position in July. Notice also the Renault Clio up 101% to #10, the Toyota C-HR up to #16, the Kia Niro up to #21, the Suzuki Baleno up 140% to #22 and the Peugeot 3008 up 496% to #44. Among other recent launches, the Suzuki Ignis leaps up to #47 from #69 in H1, the Skoda Kodiaq goes from #181 to #56 and the Alfa Romeo Stelvio from #259 to #208.

Previous month: Israel August 2017: Kia back in charge in market down 12%

One year ago: Israel September 2016: Kia Sportage triumphs

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Israel August 2017: Kia back in charge in market down 12%

Kia is the most popular manufacturer in Israel in August.

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Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today brands data for Israel in August. This month Israeli registrations are down 12% year-on-year to 24.294 units, tilting the year-to-date total into negative territory at -1% to 218.158 deliveries. In spite of sales tumbling down 23% year-on-year, Kia is back in the brands pole position for the third time in the past four months with 13.4% share, edging past sister company Hyundai up 2% to 13.2%. Toyota (-3%) rounds up the podium as it does year-to-date. Skoda is up a timid 4% to 8% share, but the big gainers are to be found below: Honda (+21%), Renault (+33%), Nissan (+36%) and Mazda (+37%) impress whereas Mitsubishi (-70%) implodes. Further down, Audi (+19%) and Dacia (+10%) are the only other Top 20 manufacturers in positive, while Jeep (+98%) and Alfa Romeo (+122%) make themselves noticed among smaller brands.

Previous month: Israel July 2017: After three months absence, Hyundai reclaims #1

One year ago: Israel August 2016: Kia outpaces Hyundai, Mitsubishi and Suzuki shoot up

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