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Greece March 2011: Corsa in the lead, new Micra in Top 10

* See the Top 50 best selling models by clicking on ‘Read more’ at the end of the post *

Car sales in Greece are not looking any brighter: still down 55% in March at 8,258 registrations and 43% year-to-date at 25,256.

The Opel Corsa is #1 for the second time this year with 398 sales and 4.7%, followed by the Ford Fiesta at 374 sales (4.4%) and the Ford Focus boosted by the new generation, up 10 spots over February in 3rd at 362 units (4.2%). The Toyota Yaris, still #1 year-to-date, is 4th this month.

There are a few great performances this month: the new Nissan Micra breaks into the Top 10 at #10 with 184 sales and 2.2%, the Audi A1 climbs to #17 with 128 sales and 1.5% and the Nissan Juke is 24th at 107 sales, for the first time above its big brother Qashqai at 98 units.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Greece March 2011:

Pos Model March % Feb 2011 % Pos 2010
1 Opel Corsa 398 4.7% 3 1,343 5.3% 2 3
2 Ford Fiesta 374 4.4% 9 875 3.5% 4 2
3 Ford Focus 362 4.2% 13 565 2.2% 10 19
4 Toyota Yaris 347 4.1% 1 1,561 6.2% 1 1
5 VW Polo 293 3.4% 2 1,150 4.6% 3 4
6 Toyota Auris 265 3.1% 4 865 3.4% 5 7
7 Opel Astra 252 3.0% 6 809 3.2% 6 5
8 Fiat Panda 243 2.8% 5 694 2.7% 7 6
9 Skoda Octavia 221 2.6% 8 612 2.4% 8 10
10 Nissan Micra 184 2.2% 44 328 1.3% 20 18
11 Seat Ibiza 179 2.1% 12 458 1.8% 12 17
12 Skoda Fabia 165 1.9% 27 386 1.5% 17 23
13 Smart Fortwo 160 1.9% 11 434 1.7% 14 20
14 Toyota Aygo 149 1.7% 19 405 1.6% 15 14
15 Hyundai i10 148 1.7% 7 590 2.3% 9 8
16 Fiat 500 133 1.6% 10 400 1.6% 16 27
17 Audi A1 128 1.5% 40 222 0.9% 35 87
18 VW Golf 127 1.5% 14 464 1.8% 11 9
19 Hyundai i20 118 1.4% 18 385 1.5% 18 12
20 Chevrolet Spark 117 1.4% 25 324 1.3% 22 26
21 Citroen C3 115 1.3% 16 446 1.8% 13 15
22 Opel Insignia 114 1.3% 15 383 1.5% 19 13
23 Seat Leon 108 1.3% 30 278 1.1% 27 32
24 Nissan Juke 107 1.3% 36 287 1.1% 25 99
25 Citroen C4 101 1.2% 162 0.6% 47 47
26 Nissan Qashqai 98 1.1% 29 299 1.2% 23 11
27 BMW 1-Series 98 1.1% 37 188 0.7% 40 53
28 Fiat Grande Punto 93 1.1% 32 287 1.1% 24 22
29 Mini 88 1.0% 23 242 1.0% 33 50
30 VW Tiguan 84 1.0% 22 238 0.9% 34 34
31 Skoda Yeti 84 1.0% 48 211 0.8% 36 30
32 BMW 3-Series 84 1.0% 50 157 0.6% 48 40
33 Alfa Romeo Mi.To 82 1.0% 39 195 0.8% 39 55
34 Suzuki Swift 81 0.9% 20 325 1.3% 21 21
35 Peugeot 207 81 0.9% 31 264 1.0% 29 25
36 Mitsubishi ASX 79 0.9% 26 248 1.0% 32 89
37 Nissan Note 79 0.9% 107 0.4% 64
38 Kia Ceed 78 0.9% 21 278 1.1% 26 24
39 Peugeot 107 73 0.9% 17 255 1.0% 31 42
40 Mercedes C-Class 73 0.9% 111 0.4% 61 48
41 VW Passat 72 0.8% 35 184 0.7% 41 46
42 VW Scirocco 71 0.8% 28 269 1.1% 28 28
43 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 69 0.8% 24 256 1.0% 30 71
44 Hyundai i30 63 0.7% 33 204 0.8% 38 16
45 Honda Civic 62 0.7% 49 153 0.6% 49 49
46 Dacia Duster 61 0.7% 58 169 0.7% 44 84
47 Honda Jazz 59 0.7% 51 162 0.6% 46 45
48 Toyota Avensis 58 0.7% 69 207 0.8% 37 31
49 Opel Meriva 57 0.7% 42 165 0.7% 45
50 Ford Mondeo 56 0.7% 73 112 0.4% 58

Source: SEAA

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