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Czech Republic February 2011: Thalia, Duster & i20 shine

The Czech car market is up a very healthy 16% in February at 12,847 registrations. Very stable on top, the Skoda Octavia leads at 16.2% followed by the Skoda Fabia at 9.4%. Excellent performance of the Renault Thalia, up to #3 with 4.4% whereas the Skoda Superb drops to 4th at 3.3%.

The Dacia Duster continues its progression at #8 with 317 sales (2.5%), up 2 spots over January. Hyundai has an excellent month: the i20 is up to a very solid 11th spot at 256 units (2%), the ix35 is #15 at 173 sales and the ix20 is #18 at 153 sales.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table: click on ‘Read more’ below the Hyundai i20 picture.

Hyundai i20

Czech Republic February 2011:

Pos Model Feb % Jan 2011 % Pos 2010
1 Skoda Octavia 2,080 16.2% 1 3,968 16.2% 1 1
2 Skoda Fabia 1,203 9.4% 2 2,289 9.3% 2 2
3 Renault Thalia 571 4.4% 4 929 3.8% 3 15
4 Skoda Superb 421 3.3% 3 900 3.7% 4 3
5 VW Golf 340 2.6% 8 570 2.3% 7 7
6 Renault Megane 328 2.6% 6 625 2.5% 6 11
7 Skoda Yeti 325 2.5% 5 640 2.6% 5 5
8 Dacia Duster 317 2.5% 10 508 2.1% 8 64
9 Ford Focus 282 2.2% 11 465 1.9% 10 8
10 Hyundai i30 270 2.1% 9 476 1.9% 9 4
11 Hyundai i20 256 2.0% 29 356 1.5% 12 22
12 Ford Fusion 234 1.8% 22 353 1.4% 13 9
13 Kia Cee’d 188 1.5% 7 460 1.9% 11 6
14 Opel Astra 178 1.4% 26 286 1.2% 17 28
15 Hyundai ix35 173 1.3% 16 300 1.2% 14 32
16 VW Tiguan 165 1.3% 14 296 1.2% 15 24
17 Suzuki SX4 160 1.2% 20 280 1.1% 18 29
18 Hyundai ix20 153 1.2% 19 277 1.1% 19
19 Skoda Roomster 151 1.2% 13 294 1.2% 16 13
20 VW Polo 141 1.1% 23 260 1.1% 22 12
21 Peugeot 308 131 1.0% 15 260 1.1% 21 20
22 Peugeot 207 123 1.0% 27 227 0.9% 24 16
23 Kia Sportage 113 0.9% 17 239 1.0% 23 46
24 Ford Mondeo 93 0.7% 32 169 0.7% 31 26
25 Toyota Auris 90 0.7% 25 204 0.8% 25 31
26 Ford Fiesta 88 0.7% 12 268 1.1% 20 10
27 Renault Fluence 87 0.7% 30 180 0.7% 28 27
28 VW Caddy 82 0.6% 21 202 0.8% 26 43
29 Seat Ibiza 79 0.6% 35 150 0.6% 32 21
30 VW Passat 78 0.6% 37 142 0.6% 34 14
31 Fiat Panda 78 0.6% 42 132 0.5% 37 23
32 Dacia Logan 74 0.6% 82 96 0.4% 45 25
33 Honda CR-V 71 0.6% 33 147 0.6% 33 42
34 Toyota Yaris 70 0.5% 18 194 0.8% 27 19
35 Renault Clio 67 0.5% 28 170 0.7% 30 18
36 Dacia Sandero 66 0.5% 68 96 0.4% 46 35
37 Citroen C4 Picasso 65 0.5% 38 126 0.5% 38 45
38 Honda Civic 65 0.5% 73 92 0.4% 50 51
39 Citroen C3 64 0.5% 34 139 0.6% 35 34
40 Renault Kangoo 62 0.5% 51 108 0.4% 40 48
41 BMW 5 Series 62 0.5% 64 95 0.4% 47 60
42 Nissan Qashqai 60 0.5% 40 121 0.5% 39 37
43 Kia Venga 59 0.5% 24 174 0.7% 29 36
44 Citroen Berlingo 56 0.4% 47 104 0.4% 43 17
45 Peugeot Partner 55 0.4% 45 105 0.4% 42 50
46 Chevrolet Cruze 55 0.4% 60 93 0.4% 48 63
47 BMW 3 Series 55 0.4% 65 0.3% 68 73
48 Kia Rio 54 0.4% 46 103 0.4% 44 55
49 Audi A1 50 0.4% 31 133 0.5% 36
50 Chevrolet Aveo 47 0.4% 69 75 0.3% 60 30

Source: sda-cia.cz

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