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Czech Republic January 2011: Duster #10, Hyundai ix20 #19

11,678 new cars were registered in Czech Republic in January, up 8%. Skoda is on each step of the podium with the Octavia #1 at 16.2% share, the Fabia #2 at 9.3% and the Superb at a superb 4.1%.

The Renault Thalia is back to its historical level in the country in 4th place at 3.1%, and the Dacia Duster breaks into the Top 10 at #10 with 191 sales (1.6%), the Czech Republic being only the 3rd country in the world to welcome the Dacia SUV model in its Top 10 after Romania and Spain.

Built in Nošovice, near the Polish border in Czech Republic’s East, the new Hyundai ix20 breaks into the Top 20 this month at #19 with 124 sales and 1.1% of the market, whereas its twin the Kia Venga is #24 at 1%.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Czech Republic January 2011:

Pos Model Jan % Dec 2010 % Pos
1 Skoda Octavia 1,888 16.2% 1 25,819 15.3% 1
2 Skoda Fabia 1,086 9.3% 2 15,588 9.2% 2
3 Skoda Superb 479 4.1% 5 4,476 2.6% 3
4 Renault Thalia 358 3.1% 13 2,119 1.3% 15
5 Skoda Yeti 315 2.7% 7 4,264 2.5% 5
6 Renault Megane 297 2.5% 11 3,141 1.9% 11
7 Kia Cee’d 272 2.3% 8 4,228 2.5% 6
8 VW Golf 230 2.0% 6 3,844 2.3% 7
9 Hyundai i30 206 1.8% 3 4,309 2.5% 4
10 Dacia Duster 191 1.6% 18 523 0.3% 63
11 Ford Focus 183 1.6% 4 3,596 2.1% 8
12 Ford Fiesta 180 1.5% 12 3,372 2.0% 10
13 Skoda Roomster 143 1.2% 21 2,318 1.4% 13
14 VW Tiguan 131 1.1% 47 1,522 0.9% 24
15 Peugeot 308 129 1.1% 19 1,719 1.0% 20
16 Hyundai ix35 127 1.1% 34 1,197 0.7% 32
17 Kia Sportage 126 1.1% 16 747 0.4% 46
18 Toyota Yaris 124 1.1% 26 1,801 1.1% 19
19 Hyundai ix20 124 1.1% 50 112 0.1% n/a
20 Suzuki SX4 120 1.0% 17 1,295 0.8% 29
21 VW Caddy 120 1.0% 38 790 0.5% 43
22 Ford Fusion 119 1.0% 10 3,530 2.1% 9
23 VW Polo 119 1.0% 14 2,326 1.4% 12
24 Kia Venga 115 1.0% 42 1,089 0.6% 36
25 Toyota Auris 114 1.0% 32 1,244 0.7% 31
26 Opel Astra 108 0.9% 25 1,301 0.8% 28
27 Peugeot 207 104 0.9% 22 1,982 1.2% 16
28 Renault Clio 103 0.9% 20 1,810 1.1% 18
29 Hyundai i20 100 0.9% 29 1,617 1.0% 22
30 Renault Fluence 93 0.8% 35 1,384 0.8% 27
31 Audi A1 83 0.7% 57 146 0.1% n/a
32 Ford Mondeo 76 0.7% 23 1,418 0.8% 26
33 Honda CR-V 76 0.7% 36 795 0.5% 42
34 Citroen C3 75 0.6% 45 1,158 0.7% 34
35 Seat Ibiza 71 0.6% 39 1,674 1.0% 21
36 Volvo XC60 65 0.6% 54 443 0.3% 67
37 VW Passat 64 0.5% 27 2,220 1.3% 14
38 Citroen C4 Picasso 61 0.5% 37 747 0.4% 45
39 Peugeot 5008 61 0.5% 40 618 0.4% 53
40 Nissan Qashqai 61 0.5% 43 1,017 0.6% 37
41 Renault Trafic 56 0.5% 59 519 0.3% 64
42 Fiat Panda 54 0.5% 30 1,531 0.9% 23
43 Toyota RAV4 53 0.5% 52 422 0.2% 69
44 VW Transporter 51 0.4% 41 842 0.5% 41
45 Peugeot Partner 50 0.4% 53 691 0.4% 50
46 Kia Rio 49 0.4% 63 583 0.3% 55
47 Citroen Berlingo 48 0.4% 28 1,853 1.1% 17
48 Mitsubishi ASX 48 0.4% 61 236 0.1% 85
49 Renault Scenic 47 0.4% 48 942 0.6% 39
50 Audi A4 47 0.4% 69 564 0.3% 57

 

Source: SDA CIA

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