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Latvia 10 months 2010: Golf #1, Land Cruiser #3

After having lost no less than 73% in 2009, the Latvian car market is shyly recovering in 2010 with +15% over the first 10 months of the year at 3,905 registrations.

The VW Golf leads the pack by a very large margin with 216 sales and 5.5% of the market. Like in neighbours Norway and Finland, the Toyota Avensis is a hit, #2 in Latvia with 3.1%, just one unit ahead of the Land Cruiser, which delivers a very solid performance in Latvia.

The Peugeot Partner also shines in #4 at 2.9%, followed by the Toyota RAV4. Very strong performance from the extravagant BMW X6 landing in 30th position with close to 1%!

Full Top 50 ranking table below.

Pos Model 2010 pdm
1 VW Golf 216 5.5%
2 Toyota Avensis 121 3.1%
3 Toyota Land Cruiser 120 3.1%
4 Peugeot Partner 115 2.9%
5 Toyota RAV4 112 2.9%
6 Skoda Octavia 103 2.6%
7 VW Polo 96 2.5%
8 Renault Megane 95 2.4%
9 Hyundai i30 91 2.3%
10 Ford Focus 82 2.1%
11 Subaru Legacy 81 2.1%
12 Toyota Corolla 75 1.9%
13 VW Passat 72 1.8%
14 Renault Clio 70 1.8%
15 Opel Astra 67 1.7%
16 Toyota Auris 65 1.7%
17 Mitsubishi Outlander 62 1.6%
18 Peugeot 3008 59 1.5%
19 Lexus RX 56 1.4%
20 Toyota Verso 55 1.4%
21 Skoda Yeti 53 1.4%
22 Skoda Fabia 52 1.3%
23 Kia Cee’d 51 1.3%
24 Dacia Sandero 49 1.3%
25 Peugeot 5008 43 1.1%
26 BMW 5 Series 41 1.0%
27 Honda CRV 41 1.0%
28 Mitsubishi Lancer 39 1.0%
29 VW Jetta 36 0.9%
30 BMW X6 34 0.9%
31 Subaru Forester 33 0.8%
32 Volvo XC60 32 0.8%
33 Hyundai ix35 32 0.8%
34 Mazda6 31 0.8%
35 Renault Scenic 30 0.8%
36 Citroen C3 30 0.8%
37 Fiat Panda 30 0.8%
38 Honda Accord 29 0.7%
39 VW Caddy 26 0.7%
40 Lexus IS 25 0.6%
41 Audi A4 25 0.6%
42 BMW X5 24 0.6%
43 VW Tiguan 24 0.6%
44 Ford Mondeo 24 0.6%
45 Renault Kangoo 23 0.6%
46 Renault Koleos 22 0.6%
47 Audi A6 21 0.5%
48 Honda Civic 21 0.5%
49 Renault Trafic 21 0.5%
50 Range Rover Sport 21 0.5%

Source: www.lpaa.lv

Photos: www.toyota.lv , www.netcarshow.com

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