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Japan 1992: Toyota monopolises podium

* See the Top 10 best-selling models by clicking on the title! * In a market down 8% at 4,454,323 registrations, the Toyota Corolla remains the top seller at 260,777 units and 5.9% share, down 18%. In fact, Toyota monopolises the podium with the Mark II #2 again at 174,226…

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Austria 1977-1992: VW Golf likely leader

I haven't managed to access official car sales data for Austria over the period, but in all likeliness the VW Golf should lead the ranking with a comfortable margin during the 25 years from 1977 to 1992. Three generations of the model were successively on sale these years: the 1st…

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Poland 1992: FSO Polonez Caro and Fiat 126 dominate

FSO Polonez Caro * See the Top 5 best-selling models by clicking on the title! * The Polish marjet is relatively large, with 430,000 registrations over the first 11 months of 1992. Polish brand FSO (Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych) places the Polonez Caro, a rebodied Fiat 125p built under licence from…

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Greece 1991-1992: Nissan and Fiat dominate

The Nissan Sunny is the best-selling model in Greece in 1992 * See the Top 10 best-selling brands by clicking on the title! Many thanks to Bill * For these two years I only have annual registrations of new car sales in the country and a Top 10 best-selling brands.…

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Sweden 1992: Volvo 900 and Saab 9000 on top

Volvo 940 * See 'Read more for the Top 25 best-selling models! Many thanks to Torbjörn for the data * Compared to the 340,000 units reached in 1988, the Swedish car market is at a very weak 154,173 registrations in 1992. Launched in 1990, the Volvo 900 is the best-selling model…

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France 1991: Peugeot 205 keeps Renault Clio at bay

Peugeot 205 * See the Top 217 best-selling models by clicking on 'Read more' at end of post! Many thanks to STAC for making this post possible! * Tough year for new car sales in France with a market down 12% year-on-year at 2,031,274 registrations. Surprise on top: we were expecting…

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