Nissan holds 9.4% of the Bulgarian market in March.
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Data has been amended to remove motorbikes that were inaccurately included for some brands.
The Bulgarian new car market is up another 12% year-on-year in March to 3.748 registrations, lifting the year-to-date tally up 17.3% to 10.133 units. This month Nissan more than doubles its sales year-on-year (+106%) to majestically take the lead of the brands ranking at 9.4% share, but Skoda (+27%) lurks just 9 units below and Dacia (+11%) is 16 sales behind. Year-to-date, Renault (+19%) remains on top and is the only carmaker to post a four-digit figure over Q1 with 10.8% share, ahead of Dacia (+4%) and Skoda (+40%). Back to March data with Volkswagen (+52%), Mercedes (+25%), Peugeot (+24%) and Ford (+17%) also outpacing the market in the Top 10 while below, Jeep (+1700%), Lada (+162%), Mini (+83%), Fiat (+58%), Mazda (+58%), Great Wall (+50%), Volvo (+48%), Audi (+46%), Lexus (+42%) and Citroen (+27%) stand out.
Previous month: Bulgaria February 2018: Renault soars 96% to #1, Lifan up to #11
Full March 2018 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.