The Skoda Fabia is now #1 year-to-date in Poland. Picture autocar.co.uk
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New car sales in Poland continue on their record-breaking run with November deliveries up 8.6% year-on-year to 45.804 units, leading to a year-to-date volume up 15.2% to 491.145. Skoda beats the market with a 10% gain to 12.6% share, distancing Volkswagen down 3% to 9.9% while Toyota surges 18% to 9.5% in third place. Opel (+8%) and Renault (-1%) round up the Top 5, with Ford (-11%) in difficulty just below. Kia (+48%), Dacia (+29%) and Hyundai (+21%) post the largest year-on-year gains in the Top 10. Below, Audi (+23%), Peugeot (+12%) and Nissan (+11%) also make themselves noticed. Over in the models ranking, the Skoda Fabia snaps the year-to-date leadership off its stablemate the Skoda Octavia thanks to sales soaring 42% in November vs. -8% for the Octavia. If maintained until the end of 2017, this would be the first time since 2013 the Fabia tops the annual Polish sales charts, and only the second time since 2009. The Opel Astra (+11%) rounds up the podium like YTD, followed by the Toyota Yaris (+22%) and Ford Focus (+4%). The VW Golf is in difficulty at -14%, while the Mazda3 (+88%), Kia Cee’d (+62%), Renault Clio (+53%), Seat Leon (+53%), Volvo XC60 (+53%), Fiat Tipo (+45%), Dacia Sandero (+38%) and Toyota RAV4 (+37%) also impress.
Full November 2017 Top 15 brands and Top 50 models below.