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Kia Sportage takes the lead in euphoric market (+28.6%) – Finest Promoting Vehicles Weblog


The Kia Sportage is the best-selling car in Cyprus in September.

Knowledge shared with us by our native companions SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT present a Cyprus new automotive market taking pictures up 28.6% year-on-year in September to 1,525 gross sales. This brings the year-to-date tally up 27.7% to 11,580. Market leaders Kia (-1.1%) and Toyota (-19.1%) in addition to Volkswagen (-19.3%) don’t profit from the market surge in any respect, even registering year-on-year losses. In distinction Hyundai (+151%) and Nissan (+550%) soar, with six of the subsequent seven carmakers beating the market: Mini (+650%) is essentially the most dynamic above Skoda (+194.1%), Dacia (+152.6%), Audi (+131%), Jeep (+57.1%) and BMW (+43.9%).

Mannequin-wise, the Kia Sportage (+67.2%) takes the general lead with 6.7% share and ranks #4 year-to-date. It distances final month’s chief the Toyota Yaris (-6.4%) with the Kia Ceed (+230.8%) rallying again as much as #3 and the Hyundai Tucson (+235.3%) up 12 spots on August to #4. The VW T-Roc (-42.3%) flounders at #5 whereas the Nissan Juke (+760%) posts a surreal year-on-year achieve. The Skoda Kamiq (+516.7%), Nissan Qashqai (+500%) and Dacia Sandero (+400%) do the identical under.

Earlier month: Cyprus August 2023: Volkswagen and Toyota Yaris lead market up 14.3%

One yr in the past: Cyprus September 2022: Kia Stonic #1, market up 16.5%

Full September 2023 High 40 All manufacturers and High 30 fashions under.

Cyprus September 2023 – manufacturers:

Pos Model Sep-23 % /22 Aug 2023 % /22 Pos
1 Kia 261 17.1% -1.1% 3 2,214 19.1% 53.3% 1
2 Toyota 169 11.1% -19.1% 2 1,378 11.9% -3.0% 2
3 Hyundai 128 8.4% 151.0% 4 885 7.6% 31.9% 4
4 Volkswagen 121 7.9% -19.3% 1 913 7.9% 5.3% 3
5 Nissan 104 6.8% 550.0% 8 667 5.8% 44.1% 5
6 BMW 95 6.2% 43.9% 14 663 5.7% 18.8% 6
7 Mercedes 74 4.9% 13.8% 11 534 4.6% 18.7% 7
8 Audi 67 4.4% 131.0% 6 468 4.0% 36.4% 8
9 Jeep 55 3.6% 57.1% 18 228 2.0% -34.1% 16
10 Skoda 50 3.3% 194.1% 7 445 3.8% 134.2% 9
11 Dacia 48 3.1% 152.6% 12 278 2.4% 66.5% 13
12 Mini 45 3.0% 650.0%  – 393 3.4% 172.9% 10
13 Ford 36 2.4% -18.2% 15 286 2.5% 18.2% 12
14 Renault 34 2.2% 0.0% 10 369 3.2% 25.9% 11
15 Porsche 29 1.9% 93.3% 9 271 2.3% 68.3% 14
16 Land Rover 27 1.8% 50.0% 16 166 1.4% 16.9% 17
17 Mazda 20 1.3% 185.7% 21 114 1.0% 216.7% 21
18 MG 18 1.2% 800.0% 13 98 0.8% 145.0% 24
19 Volvo 17 1.1% -10.5% 5 262 2.3% 29.7% 15
20 Honda 16 1.0% 6.7% 19 118 1.0% -21.3% 20
21 Seat 15 1.0% 0.0%  – 106 0.9% -11.7% 22
22 Cupra 14 0.9% 1300.0% 20 121 1.0% 536.8% 18
23 Suzuki 12 0.8% -42.9% 22 105 0.9% 47.9% 23
24 Lexus 11 0.7% 37.5% 17 120 1.0% 62.2% 19
25 Maserati 10 0.7% 42.9%  – 58 0.5% 114.8% 27
26 Peugeot 8 0.5% -20.0% 25 67 0.6% -40.7% 26
27 Jaguar  7 0.5% 600.0% 28 20 0.2% -33.3% 31
28 Ssangyong 6 0.4% -14.3% 23 81 0.7% 2.5% 25
29 Fiat 6 0.4% 200.0%  – 7 0.1% -69.6% 34
30 Citroen 5 0.3% -68.8% 24 39 0.3% -58.5% 28
31 Alfa Romeo 4 0.3% 33.3% 27 33 0.3% 83.3% 29
32 Opel 4 0.3% 33.3% 26 25 0.2% -37.5% 30
33 Bentley 3 0.2% 50.0% 29 15 0.1% 50.0% 32
34 Rolls Royce 2 0.1% n/a 30 12 0.1% 1100.0% 33
35 Good 2 0.1% 100.0%  – 4 0.0% -20.0% 36
36 Aston Martin 1 0.1% n/a  – 6 0.1% 500.0% 35
37 Lamborghini 1 0.1% n/a  – 3 0.0% -40.0% 38
38 Subaru 0 0.0% n/a 31 3 0.0% 200.0% 37
39 Lotus 0 0.0% n/a  – 2 0.0% 100.0% 39
40 Ferrari 0 0.0% -100.0%  – 2 0.0% -50.0% 40

Cyprus September 2023 – fashions:

Pos Mannequin Sep-23 % /22 Aug 2023 % /22 Pos FY22
1 Kia Sportage 102 6.7% 67.2% n/a 384 3.3% 24.7% 4 7
2 Toyota Yaris 88 5.8% -6.4% 1 632 5.5% 12.9% 1 1
3 Kia Ceed 86 5.6% 230.8% n/a 328 2.8% 0.3% 9 6
4 Hyundai Tucson 57 3.7% 235.3% 16 382 3.3% 24.4% 5 3
5 VW T-Roc 45 3.0% -42.3% 3 374 3.2% -19.0% 6 2
6 Nissan Juke 43 2.8% 760.0% 17 269 2.3% 30.0% 10 12
7 Skoda Kamiq 37 2.4% 516.7% 9 127 1.1% 46.0% 24 23
8 Mini Countryman 36 2.4% n/a  – 371 3.2% 219.8% 7 n/a
9 Nissan Qashqai 36 2.4% 500.0% 8 248 2.1% 74.6% 12 14
10 Toyota C-HR 34 2.2% 21.4% n/a 267 2.3% -24.4% 11 4
11 Dacia Sandero 30 2.0% 400.0% n/a 112 1.0% 20.4% 27 27
12 Kia Stonic 29 1.9% -71.0% n/a 567 4.9% 85.9% 2 5
13 Kia Picanto 28 1.8% -31.7% n/a 337 2.9% 37.0% 8 9
14 Hyundai i20 26 1.7% n/a n/a 111 1.0% 192.1% 29 n/a
15 BMW X1 24 1.6% 2300.0%  – 140 1.2% 30.8% 23 26
16 Nissan X-Path 23 1.5% n/a 18 141 1.2% 6950.0% 22 n/a
17 Ford Puma 21 1.4% -12.5% n/a 108 0.9% 13.7% 30 24
18 Toyota Corolla 18 1.2% 63.6% 7 160 1.4% 13.5% 16 16
19 Audi Q3 17 1.1% 70.0% 10 144 1.2% -8.3% 21 13
20 Toyota Aygo X 17 1.1% -19.0% n/a 112 1.0% 28.7% 28 29
n/a Dacia Duster 15 1.0% 25.0% 11 155 1.3% 93.8% 17 17
n/a Renault Arkana 14 0.9% new 19 123 1.1% new 25 n/a
n/a Cupra Formentor 12 0.8% 11.0% 15 114 1.0% 322.2% 26 n/a
n/a Volvo XC40 12 0.8% 0.0% 5 188 1.6% 39.3% 13 15
n/a VW T-Cross 11 0.7% 450.0% 4 183 1.6% 45.2% 14 21
n/a Toyota RAV4 10 0.7% -64.3% 20 152 1.3% -32.4% 18 10
n/a Hyundai Kona 7 0.5% -30.0% 13 171 1.5% 18.8% 15 18
n/a Renault Captur 4 0.3% -81.8% 12 149 1.3% 50.5% 20 19
n/a VW Taigo 4 0.3% -80.0% 6 152 1.3% 100.0% 19 22
n/a Kia Rio 3 0.2% -90.0% 2 537 4.6% 146.3% 3 8

Supply: SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT



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