The Dacia Sandero is up 135% year-on-year in Slovenia this month.
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New car sales in Slovenia gain 11% year-on-year in January to 6.472 registrations, with market leader Volkswagen falling behind its FY16 market share at 15% vs. 15.3% despite outpacing the market at +14%. Renault (+8%) follows closely at 14.6% share, while Skoda (+2%) is up two spots on December to #3 and Ford (+22%) up 8 to #4. Peugeot (+35%), Dacia (+74%) and Nissan (+177%) also stun inside the Top 10 whereas Hyundai (-27%) struggles. Further down, notice Mazda (+22%), Volvo (+42%), Suzuki (+44%), Honda (+394%) delivering impressive gains. In the models ranking, the Renault Clio remains sovereign despite a harsh 24% decline, followed like in the FY16 ranking by the VW Golf (-7%). The Dacia Sandero (+135%) and VW Tiguan (+415%) both surge inside the Top 5, gaining 24 and 17 spots respectively on their December ranking. The Renault Mégane (+215%), Nissan Juke (+843%), Peugeot 2008 (+122%), Nissan Qashqai (+131%) and Ford Focus (+75%) also lodge robust year-on-year gains. The Toyota C-HR is up to #51.
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