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Spain November 2010: Qashqai now #2 year-to-date!

The Spanish car market is down 26% year-on-year in November at 64,515 registrations, but still up 6% year-to-date.  No surprises at #1, the Seat Ibiza is still the best selling car in Spain at 3.7% this month.

The Nissan Qashqai’s strong performance at #2 with 2,093 sales and 3.2% enables it to pass both Peugeot 207 and Renault Megane in the year-to-date rankings to land a well deserved 2nd place overall (27,694 sales, 3%). The Opel Astra is also extremely solid this month in 3rd  with 2.7%.

Also to be noticed is the best-ever 11th position of the Hyundai i20 (1.9%), the Dacia Duster at #12, still very strong with 1.9% after a stint in the Top 10 last month, and the Nissan Juke coming in at #35 with 1%.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Pos Model Nov % Oct 2010 % Pos
1 Seat Ibiza 2,359 3.7% 1 37,564 4.1% 1
2 Nissan Qashqai 2,093 3.2% 3 27,694 3.0% 2
3 Opel Astra 1,735 2.7% 6 22,897 2.5% 8
4 Renault Megane 1,665 2.6% 2 27,596 3.0% 3
5 Ford Focus 1,563 2.4% 19 20,572 2.3% 12
6 Seat Leon 1,479 2.3% 9 23,686 2.6% 6
7 Peugeot 308 1,427 2.2% 8 22,530 2.5% 9
8 Citroen C4 1,379 2.1% 7 20,680 2.3% 11
9 Peugeot 207 1,301 2.0% 4 27,414 3.0% 4
10 Ford Fiesta 1,297 2.0% 18 23,057 2.5% 7
11 Hyundai i20 1,211 1.9% 38 6,600 0.7% 39
12 Dacia Duster 1,195 1.9% 10 4,885 0.5% 56
13 Opel Insignia 1,177 1.8% 16 11,909 1.3% 22
14 VW Golf 1,149 1.8% 5 24,411 2.7% 5
15 VW Polo 1,146 1.8% 11 18,502 2.0% 14
16 Citroen C3/Picasso 1,091 1.7% 22 18,492 2.0% 15
17 Hyundai i30 1,083 1.7% 25 12,943 1.4% 20
18 BMW 1-Series 1,061 1.6% 41 10,839 1.2% 27
19 Opel Corsa 1,050 1.6% 17 22,176 2.4% 10
20 Renault Clio 1,050 1.6% 13 18,506 2.0% 13
21 Seat Altea 946 1.5% 14 14,132 1.5% 18
22 Toyota Auris 866 1.3% 21 10,876 1.2% 25
23 Renault Scenic 828 1.3% 12 14,729 1.6% 17
24 VW Passat 819 1.3% 15 17,267 1.9% 16
25 Mini 818 1.3% 50 7,482 0.8% 35
26 Audi A4 745 1.2% 26 10,793 1.2% 28
27 Citroen Xsara Picasso 712 1.1% 24 11,079 1.2% 24
28 Dacia Sandero 707 1.1% 29 11,657 1.3% 23
29 Ford Kuga 701 1.1% 20 10,865 1.2% 26
30 Seat Exeo 701 1.1% 35 7,565 0.8% 34
31 Audi A3 699 1.1% 27 13,280 1.5% 19
32 Citroen C4 Picasso 689 1.1% 23 12,600 1.4% 21
33 BMW 3-Series 670 1.0% 47 6,378 0.7% 42
34 Mercedes C Class 646 1.0% 31 8,159 0.9% 32
35 Nissan Juke 635 1.0% 45 1,083 0.1% n/a
36 Kia Sportage 625 1.0% n/a 1,890 0.2% n/a
37 BMW X1 547 0.8% 43 5,663 0.6% 49
38 Ford C-Max 547 0.8% 32 4,807 0.5% 57
39 Chevrolet Aveo 543 0.8% 33 8,664 0.9% 30
40 Skoda Octavia 527 0.8% 46 6,422 0.7% 41
41 Mitsubishi ASX 498 0.8% 44 2,424 0.3% n/a
42 Skoda Fabia 490 0.8% 51 8,419 0.9% 31
43 Opel Meriva 485 0.8% 61 2,939 0.3% n/a
44 Citroen C5 464 0.7% 39 7,667 0.8% 33
45 Hyundai ix35 444 0.7% 66 3,071 0.3% 71
46 Audi Q5 442 0.7% 56 4,748 0.5% 59
47 Toyota Verso 430 0.7% 55 4,957 0.5% 55
48 Peugeot 407 423 0.7% 49 5,411 0.6% 52
49 Toyota Yaris 415 0.6% 28 8,972 1.0% 29
50 Peugeot 3008 402 0.6% 34 5,887 0.6% 47

Source: es.autoblog.com

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