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Czech Republic 10 months 2010: 4 Skodas on top!

Skoda Superb

The Czech car market is handling ok in 2010, with +7% vs.09 over 10 months at 138,979 registrations, but -7% in October at 13,126.

Skoda is extremely strong at home with 4 models in the first 4 spots! The Octavia leads at a massive 15.3% market share, ahead of the Fabia at 9.4%, the Superb at 2.6% and the Yeti at 2.5%.

It is actually the very first year that Skoda has so many models on top of the Czech ranking, for the simple reason that for a long time the Skoda range only included 2 big sellers (Fabia & Octavia), the Superb not playing a significant role until the current generation, and the Yeti only reaching its full potential now. The 5th Skoda, the Roomster, is 13th with just under 2,000 sales and 1.4%.

No foreign model delivers market shares above 2.5% over 10 months: the Kia Ceed, built in neighbouring Slovakia, is equal-4th, followed by the Hyundai i30 which, thanks to an enormous October month (805 sales, 6.1%!), climbs to 6th at 2.5%. The VW Golf is 7th at 2.3%. Notice the Ford Fusion in 9th which, although it used to be ranked much higher, is a Czech specialty: no other country in the worlds ranks the Fusion that high.

October highlights also include the 13th position of the Kia Venga (build here) at 152 sales and 1.2% and the 19th place of the Kia Sportage, #2 4WD behind the Skoda Yeti.

Skoda Yeti

Full Top 50 ranking table below.

Pos Model 2010 pdm Oct pdm Pos
1 Skoda Octavia 21,250 15.3% 1,972 15.0% 1
2 Skoda Fabia 13,119 9.4% 1,396 10.6% 2
3 Skoda Superb 3,599 2.6% 363 2.8% 5
4 Skoda Yeti 3,531 2.5% 435 3.3% 4
5 Kia Cee’d 3,531 2.5% 272 2.1% 6
6 Hyundai i30 3,418 2.5% 805 6.1% 3
7 VW Golf 3,144 2.3% 249 1.9% 7
8 Ford Fusion 2,930 2.1% 103 0.8% 30
9 Ford Fiesta 2,821 2.0% 100 0.8% 31
10 Ford Focus 2,714 2.0% 167 1.3% 9
11 Renault Megane 2,540 1.8% 228 1.7% 8
12 VW Polo 1,996 1.4% 162 1.2% 10
13 Skoda Roomster 1,984 1.4% 121 0.9% 21
14 VW Passat 1,969 1.4% 158 1.2% 11
15 Renault Thalia 1,688 1.2% 156 1.2% 12
16 Peugeot 207 1,686 1.2% 120 0.9% 22
17 Citroen Berlingo 1,574 1.1% 141 1.1% 15
18 Toyota Yaris 1,561 1.1% 145 1.1% 14
19 Renault Clio 1,486 1.1% 133 1.0% 17
20 Seat Ibiza 1,407 1.0% 87 0.7% 36
21 Peugeot 308 1,400 1.0% 104 0.8% 29
22 Hyundai i20 1,381 1.0% 114 0.9% 25
23 VW Tiguan 1,331 1.0% 119 0.9% 23
24 Fiat Panda 1,278 0.9% 93 0.7% 33
25 Dacia Logan 1,231 0.9% 119 0.9% 24
26 Renault Fluence 1,158 0.8% 110 0.8% 27
27 Ford Mondeo 1,156 0.8% 91 0.7% 34
28 Opel Astra 1,041 0.7% 107 0.8% 28
29 Toyota Auris 998 0.7% 134 1.0% 16
30 Citroen C3 980 0.7% 113 0.9% 26
31 Hyundai ix35 980 0.7% 98 0.7% 32
32 Chevrolet Aveo 974 0.7% 90 0.7% 35
33 Suzuki SX4 951 0.7% 130 1.0% 18
34 Dacia Sandero 945 0.7% 123 0.9% 20
35 Fiat Punto 932 0.7% 62 0.5% 43
36 Kia Venga 910 0.7% 152 1.2% 13
37 Nissan Qashqai 853 0.6% 73 0.6% 39
38 Renault Scenic 791 0.6% 62 0.5% 44
39 Chevrolet Spark 744 0.5% 66 0.5% 40
40 VW Transporter 693 0.5% 52 0.4% 47
41 Hyundai Accent 679 0.5% 43 0.3% 56
42 Citroen C4 613 0.4% 54 0.4% 46
43 VW Caddy 609 0.4% 85 0.6% 38
44 Honda CR-V 605 0.4% 47 0.4% 51
45 Hyundai i10 592 0.4% 29 0.2% 71
46 Peugeot Partner 590 0.4% 42 0.3% 58
47 Citroen C4 Picasso 587 0.4% 40 0.3% 59
48 Honda Civic 578 0.4% 40 0.3% 60
49 Opel Corsa 575 0.4% 64 0.5% 41
50 Suzuki Swift 542 0.4% 87 0.7% 37
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  1. Irving
    February 9, 2011 at 7:12 am

    your information looks very solid and it would be helpful if you could please post your sources.
    Thanks!

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