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Slovakia March 2011: Dacia Duster on podium

New car sales in Slovakia are up 20% in March at 6,480 units. After a weaker month of February, the Skoda Octavia is back in shape at 616 sales and 9.5% market share, well above the Skoda Fabia at 396 units and 6.1%.

The Dacia Duster continues its fantastic progression and climbs onto the podium for the first time in Slovakia at 224 sales and 3.5% share. The Suzuki SX4 is down one spot at #4 but still strong at 3% share, whereas the Kia Sportage is up two spots at #5 with 190 units and 2.9%. The Renault Thalia is stable in 6th place at 2.3%, above the BMW 3 Series unusually high at 147 sales.

Full Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Slovakia March 2011:

Pos Model Mar % Feb 2011 % Pos 2010
1 Skoda Octavia 616 9.5% 1 1,492 9.5% 1 1
2 Skoda Fabia 396 6.1% 2 1,119 7.1% 2 2
3 Dacia Duster 224 3.5% 5 399 2.5% 5 55
4 Suzuki SX4 194 3.0% 3 493 3.1% 3 4
5 Kia Sportage 190 2.9% 7 449 2.9% 4 21
6 Renault Thalia 148 2.3% 4 383 2.4% 6 36
7 BMW 3 Series 147 2.3% 73 178 1.1% 22 34
8 Kia Cee’d 117 1.8% 10 295 1.9% 7 3
9 Renault Fluence 112 1.7% 12 242 1.5% 11 8
10 VW Polo 104 1.6% 8 259 1.6% 9 7
11 Hyundai ix35 100 1.5% 11 259 1.6% 8 16
12 Peugeot 207 100 1.5% 14 225 1.4% 12 11
13 Renault Megane 3 95 1.5% 25 205 1.3% 14 10
14 Skoda Yeti 90 1.4% 18 194 1.2% 17 26
15 Toyota Yaris 89 1.4% 16 199 1.3% 15 13
16 Ford Fiesta 83 1.3% 6 245 1.6% 10 12
17 Opel Astra 4 83 1.3% 31 155 1.0% 26 18
18 Skoda Roomster 79 1.2% 13 216 1.4% 13 19
19 Ford Focus 78 1.2% 30 171 1.1% 24 30
20 Opel Astra 3 77 1.2% 15 188 1.2% 19 42
21 Hyundai i30 73 1.1% 19 183 1.2% 20 6
22 Nissan Qashqai 72 1.1% 9 198 1.3% 16 14
23 Citroen C3 68 1.0% 21 165 1.1% 25 9
24 Toyota Auris 67 1.0% 26 149 0.9% 28 20
25 Peugeot 308 63 1.0% 28 154 1.0% 27 17
26 Renault Clio 3 63 1.0% 32 141 0.9% 31 29
27 Opel Corsa 61 0.9% 23 147 0.9% 29 28
28 Chevrolet Cruze 59 0.9% 24 142 0.9% 30 39
29 VW Passat 58 0.9% 53 120 0.8% 35 15
30 Citroen C4 55 0.8% 35 130 0.8% 33 27
31 Seat Ibiza 53 0.8% 22 182 1.2% 21 38
32 Skoda Superb 52 0.8% 17 173 1.1% 23 25
33 Citroen Berlingo 52 0.8% 34 134 0.9% 32 32
34 VW Golf 50 0.8% 29 194 1.2% 18 5
35 Hyundai i20 50 0.8% 38 104 0.7% 40 31
36 VW Tiguan 50 0.8% 44 98 0.6% 44
37 Seat Altea 50 0.8% 56 96 0.6% 46 37
38 Mitsubishi ASX 48 0.7% 42 103 0.7% 42
39 Peugeot Partner 47 0.7% 20 130 0.8% 34 33
40 Kia Venga 45 0.7% 37 104 0.7% 41 35
41 Kia Rio 44 0.7% 33 117 0.7% 36 52
42 Peugeot 206+ 43 0.7% 41 115 0.7% 37 23
43 BMW 5 Series 43 0.7% 46 97 0.6% 45
44 Renault Scenic 42 0.6% 67 0.4% 68
45 Opel Insignia 41 0.6% 58 92 0.6% 48 47
46 Toyota RAV4 40 0.6% 48 100 0.6% 43 50
47 Peugeot 3008 39 0.6% 39 108 0.7% 39 43
48 Seat Leon 38 0.6% 65 93 0.6% 47 46
49 Dacia Sandero 37 0.6% 60 69 0.4% 65 41
50 Hyundai ix20 36 0.6% 51 85 0.5% 54

Source: www.zapsr.sk

Picture: es.autoblog.com

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