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Greece November 2010: Corsa #1

The Greek car market is falling further into recession, down 63% year-on-year in November. The Year-to-date figure is down 35%.

Traditionally very volatile, the Greek models ranking is led this month by the Opel Corsa at a very impressive 7.4% market share, followed by the Ford Fiesta (5.2%) and the Opel Astra (4.8%).

Year-to-date, the Toyota Yaris is still ahead at 4.1% but is threatened by the Ford Fiesta (also 4.1%), with the Corsa coming in 3rd (3.8%).

Other strong performers this month include the Smart Fortwo (#10), Alfa Romeo Giulietta (#16), Ford Ka (#17) and BMW 1 Series (#19). For its 2nd month of sales, the Nissan Juke is already 28th (1.1%), just ahead of the Qashqai…

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Pos Model Nov pdm Oct 2010 pdm Pos
1 Opel Corsa 503 7.4% 2 5,226 3.8% 3
2 Ford Fiesta 350 5.2% 3 5,578 4.1% 2
3 Opel Astra 323 4.8% 6 4,193 3.0% 5
4 VW Polo 261 3.9% 1 4,928 3.6% 4
5 Toyota Yaris 221 3.3% 5 5,667 4.1% 1
6 VW Golf 185 2.7% 4 3,529 2.6% 8
7 Toyota Auris 181 2.7% 11 3,936 2.9% 7
8 Skoda Octavia 177 2.6% 12 3,383 2.5% 10
9 Hyundai i10 166 2.5% 7 3,518 2.6% 9
10 Smart Fortwo 147 2.2% 21 1,832 1.3% 23
11 Fiat Panda 146 2.2% 9 4,111 3.0% 6
12 Opel Insignia 141 2.1% 17 2,347 1.7% 13
13 Seat Ibiza 124 1.8% 18 2,186 1.6% 17
14 Skoda Fabia 120 1.8% 13 1,857 1.3% 22
15 Hyundai i20 117 1.7% 10 2,690 2.0% 12
16 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 110 1.6% 25 430 0.3% 72
17 Ford Ka 84 1.2% 44 996 0.7% 43
18 Peugeot 107 82 1.2% 33 1,013 0.7% 42
19 BMW 1-Series 80 1.2% 45 761 0.6% 57
20 Suzuki Swift 78 1.2% 19 1,956 1.4% 19
21 Fiat 500 78 1.2% 20 1,545 1.1% 27
22 Toyota Aygo 77 1.1% 8 2,252 1.6% 14
23 Audi A3 77 1.1% 43 1,170 0.8% 36
24 Peugeot 308 77 1.1% n/a 821 0.6% 54
25 Citroen C3 75 1.1% 16 2,233 1.6% 15
26 VW Tiguan 75 1.1% 34 1,237 0.9% 34
27 Fiat Grande Punto 72 1.1% 35 1,928 1.4% 21
28 Nissan Juke 67 1.0% 74 112 0.1% n/a
29 Nissan Qashqai 65 1.0% 14 2,936 2.1% 11
30 Kia Ceed 65 1.0% 28 1,815 1.3% 24
31 Ford Focus 63 0.9% 40 1,951 1.4% 20
32 VW Scirocco 62 0.9% 37 1,446 1.0% 28
33 Chevrolet Spark 61 0.9% 36 1,593 1.2% 26
34 Suzuki Alto 60 0.9% 41 1,385 1.0% 29
35 Peugeot 207 59 0.9% 60 1,643 1.2% 25
36 Toyota IQ 59 0.9% 42 1,086 0.8% 38
37 Mercedes E-Class 59 0.9% 55 614 0.4% 64
38 Alfa Romeo 159 56 0.8% n/a 208 0.2% n/a
39 Mitsubishi ASX 53 0.8% n/a 189 0.1% n/a
40 Mini 52 0.8% 49 785 0.6% 55
41 Mercedes C-Class 51 0.8% 48 825 0.6% 53
42 Alfa Romeo Mi.To 45 0.7% 64 735 0.5% 59
43 Audi A1 45 0.7% 29 180 0.1% n/a
44 Seat Leon 44 0.7% 38 1,278 0.9% 31
45 Nissan Micra 43 0.6% 26 2,049 1.5% 18
46 BMW X1 43 0.6% 69 476 0.3% 70
47 Hyundai i30 42 0.6% 15 2,206 1.6% 16
48 Renault Clio 42 0.6% 68 1,055 0.8% 39
49 Citroen C1 41 0.6% 50 976 0.7% 45
50 Daihatsu Terios 39 0.6% 30 1,257 0.9% 33

Source: www.seaa.gr

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