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Czech Republic October 2018: Dacia soars 86% in market down 15%

Dacia sales soar 86% in the Czech Republic thanks to the Dokker and Duster.

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The Czech new car market is down for the 2nd month running in October at -15% to 19.704 units, pulling the year-to-date volume into negative territory at -0.5% to 227.488. Once again homegrown brand leader Skoda (-0.3%) fares much better than the market to shoot up to a mammoth 37.3% share vs. 31.9% so far this year. Hyundai (-22%) is up one spot to #3 despite a painful fall while Dacia soars 86% year-on-year to climb onto the October podium. Volkswagen (-48%) remains in freefall even though it is up one spot to #4. Peugeot (+30%) is the other great performer in the Top 10, Toyota (+5%) is the only additional one in positive and Renault (-50%), Ford (-42%), Mercedes (-24%) and Kia (-21%) implode. Further down, Jaguar (+194%), Lexus (+51%), Volvo (+46%), Jeep (+29%), Citroen (+16%) and Land Rover (+16%) all go against the grain to post stellar gains. Models-wise, the Skoda Octavia (+0.2%), Fabia (+22%) and Rapid (+2%) dominate once again, this time ahead of the Hyundai i30 (-16%), Skoda Karoq (+45%) and Superb (-26%). The Dacia Dokker (+371%), Peugeot 2008 (+59%) and Dacia Duster (+51%) are the other great performers in the Czech Top 10 this month.

Previous month: Czech Republic September 2018: Skoda above 40% share, sales down 29%

One year ago: Czech Republic October 2017: First Top 10 for the Skoda Karoq

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Czech Republic September 2018: Skoda above 40% share, sales at -29%

The Skoda Karoq is back inside the Top 5 at home.

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Following an artificial, pre-WLTP-led 31% boost leading to an all-time record month in August, new car sales in the Czech Republic logically flounder 29% year-on-year in September to hit their lowest level in over 4 years – since August 2014 – at 14.532 units. However the year-to-date tally remains at record levels, just, at +1.1% to 207.784 sales. Homegrown leader Skoda (-12%) resists much better than the market and crosses the 40% share milestone for the firs time in at least 6 years at 41.1%. Ford (-16%) also outpaces the overall decline and gains 6 spots on August to a stellar 2nd place with Hyundai (-34%) rounding out the podium like last month and YTD. Toyota (+28%) and Peugeot (+8%) are the only gainers in the Top 15, while Lexus (+59%), Volvo (+29%), Jaguar (+18%), Tesla (+13%) and Honda (+4%) also shine further down. Nissan (-87%), Seat (-83%), Audi (-68%), Volkswagen (-66%), Opel (-54%) and Renault (-51%) implode.

Illustrating its particularly high market share, Skoda places 5 nameplates in the Top 5 for the second time this year after last February. Skoda’s record remains 6 nameplates in the Top 6 in May 2017. The podium returns to its YTD order with the Octavia (-6%) ahead of the Fabia (-9%) and Rapid (-6%) while the Superb (-28%) is up 11 spots on August to #4 despite a market-matching freefall, and the Karoq (+64%) is also up 11 ranks on last month to return to the Top 5 for the first time since last April. The Hyundai Tucson (+54%) is the best-selling foreign nameplate at #6 vs. #18 YTD, followed by the Hyundai i30 (-64%) and ix20 (-32%) with the Dacia Dokker soaring 28% and 17 spots to break into the Top 10. The VW Polo (+3175%), Toyota C-HR (+167%), Corolla (+86%) and Peugeot 2008 (+69%) also impress in the Top 25 while the Ford Ecosport is up a whopping 46 ranks to lead all recent launches at #20.

Previous month: Czech Republic August 2018: Pre-WLTP stock clearing triggers all-time record month

One year ago: Czech Republic September 2017: Ford Kuga and Skoda Karoq up

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Czech Republic August 2018: Pre-WLTP stock clearing triggers all-time record month

The Hyundai i30 is on the Czech podium for the first time in almost 5 years.

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Helped by a pre-WLTP boost as is the case in most European Union new car markets, sales in the Czech Republic soar 31.3% year-on-year in August to break the all-time volume record of any month in the country at 27.830, eclipsing the previous record of 27.009 established in May 2017. The year-to-date tally also evolves at all-time record levels at 193.252, up 4.3% on the previous record in 2017. Homegrown brand leader frankly trails the market at +7% to a weakened 24% share vs. 30.7% share YTD. In contrast, Top 10 manufacturers clearly playing the pre-WLTP game this month are Nissan (+162%), Kia (+120%), Renault (+118%) and Volkswagen (+114%), and to a lesser extent Peugeot (+56%) and Seat (+53%). Hyundai (+31%) exactly matches the market whereas Dacia (-15%) and Ford (-11%) decline, paradoxically the sign of a “healthy” stock void of non-compliant models. Further down, Ferrari (+500%), Jeep (+124%), Subaru (+114%), Citroen (+110%), Mitsubishi (+84%) and Fiat (+66%) also post extravagant gains.

The Skoda Fabia shoots up 51% to 7.8% share but remains #2 year-to-date (-1%) below the Skoda Octavia (-4%). The Hyundai i30 (+75%) climbs onto the podium for the first time in almost 5 years – since December 2013 (#2), knocking the Skoda Rapid (+14%) down to #4. The VW Tiguan (+653%), Nissan Qashqai (+332%), Seat Leon (+99%) and Kia Cee’d (+96%) post the largest gains in the Top 10 while just below, the Kia Sportage (+241%), Renault Megane (+143%), Citroen Berlingo (+134%) and Renault Clio (+103%) are also artificially pushed by stock-clearing sales. The VW T-Roc is up 28 spots on July to a new record #21, followed by the Seat Arona at #43 (+3), Citroen C3 Aircross at #50 (+10) and Kia Stonic at #56 (-3).

Previous month: Czech Republic July 2018: Hyundai and VW impress in record market

One year ago: Czech Republic August 2017: Skoda Karoq lands in market down 0.3%

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Czech Republic July 2018: Hyundai and VW impress in record market

Hyundai sales are up 41% year-on-year in the Czech Republic in July.

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New car sales in the Czech Republic manage their third positive month of the year in July at +10.1% to 21.638 units, a new record for the month. Thanks to this very satisfying result, the year-to-date tally is back to record levels at +0.8% to 165.422 registrations. Market leader Skoda fails to match its home market’s growth at +6%, resulting in a weak 26.2% share vs. 31.8% so far in 2018. Reversely, Volkswagen and Hyundai both advance 41% to 11.5% and 10.8% respectively. Peugeot (+59%), Citroen (+48%), Renault (+34%) and Toyota (+28%) also frankly outpace the market within the Top 10 whereas Dacia (-27%) and Ford (-13%) put the brakes on. Among smaller brands, Bentley (+200%), Lexus (+106%), Subaru (+84%) and Jeep (+44%) stand out. The models podium is stable with the Skoda Octavia (+0.5%), Fabia (+17%) and Rapid (+8%) in the lead followed by the Hyundai i30 (+12%) and ix20 (+95%). The VW Tiguan surges 240% to #7, posting the largest year-on-year gain in the Top 15, while the Ford Fiesta (+836%), Ford Kuga (+207%), Hyundai i10 (+114%) and Peugeot 2008 (+99%) also shine.

Previous month: Czech Republic June 2018: Kodiaq and Duster impress in declining market

One year ago: Czech Republic July 2017: Toyota and Dacia shine, market up just 5%

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Czech Republic June 2018: Kodiaq and Duster impress in declining market

Skoda Kodiaq sales are up 78% year-on-year in the Czech Republic in June.

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The Czech new car market endures a 6th year-on-year decline in the past 8 months in June at -2.6% to 25.932 units, pulling the year-to-date volume into negative territory at -0.5% to 143.784 registrations, still the second largest H1 volume in Czech history below the 144.451 of last year. Homegrown brands leader Skoda resists better than the market at -1% to 32.5% share vs. 32.7% YTD, while Volkswagen (+7%) and Dacia (+5%) actually post gains near the top. Hyundai (-17%) and Ford (-13%) complete the Top 5 with paltry performances whereas Peugeot (+28%) and Kia (+15%) post the largest gains in the Top 10. Below, great performers include Lexus (+110%), Ferrari (+100%), Porsche (+85%), Suzuki (+48%), Jeep (+33%) and Volvo (+21%).

Over in the models ranking, Skoda holds the Top 5 spots like it does year-to-date but with one small difference: if the Octavia (-5%), Fabia (-16%), Rapid (+18%) and Superb (-23%) hold onto their traditional positions, in June it’s the Kodiaq (+78%) that remains in 5th place while its smaller brother the Karoq is down one spot on May to #8 but remains in 5th place so far in 2018. The Hyundai i30 (-18%) remains the best-selling foreign nameplate in the Czech Republic despite a stiff year-on-year drop, and is followed this month by the Dacia Duster (+72%), VW Golf (-10%), VW Tiguan (+141%) and Kia Cee’d (+20%). The VW T-Roc (#49), Ford Ecosport (#52), Kia Stonic (#58) and Hyundai Kona (#60) are the next best-selling recent launches.

Previous month: Czech Republic May 2018: Skoda Rapid up, 5th decline in past 7 months

One year ago: Czech Republic June 2017: Dacia up 54%, H1 market up 8.8% to all-time record

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Czech Republic May 2018: Skoda Rapid up, 5th decline in 7 months

The Skoda Rapid is up 60% year-on-year but stays 3rd best-seller.

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Plateau it is after all: Czech new car sales lodge their 5th year-on-year decline in the past 7 months in May at -4% to 25.720 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally almost identical to last year’s at a record 117.852 units, 35 sales above the 2017 YTD score at the same stage of the year. Home grown brand leader Skoda suffers this month at -12% to 31.3% share vs. 32.7% YTD, whereas both Volkswagen (+1%) and Hyundai (+10%) both go against the grain with year-on-year gains. Dacia (-1%) resists at #4 but Ford (-27%) tumbles down at #5. Suzuki (+53%), Peugeot (+51%), Renault (+25%) and Citroen (+15%) post the largest gains in the Top 20, with Jeep (+57%), Porsche (+50%), Subaru (+33%), Lexus (+30%), Land Rover (+23%) and Mini (+19%) also impressive further down.

Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia (-10%) and Fabia (-37%) hold onto the Top 2 spots despite steep declines, whereas the Skoda Rapid soars 60% but remains at #3. The locally-produced Hyundai i30 (+43%) repeats the 4th spot it scored last month thanks to the arrival of the fastback variant, upgrading to #7 YTD. For the second month running, Skoda places 6 nameplates in the Top 7 with the Kodiaq (-8%) back up two spots on April to #5, the Suberb (-29%) remaining at #6 and the Karoq down two to #7. The VW Golf (-2%), Kia Cee’d (+23%) and VW Passat (-30%) complete the Top 10 while the VW Tiguan (+43%), Renault Captur (+78%) and VW Polo (+69%) shine further down.

Previous month: Czech Republic April 2018: 6 Skodas in Top 7, Hyundai i30 up to #4

One year ago: Czech Republic May 2017: New monthly volume record, 6 Skoda in Top 6

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Czech Republic April 2018: 6 Skodas in Top 7, Hyundai i30 up to #4

The Hyundai i30 Fastback is now available in the Czech Republic where it is produced.

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It would appear Czech new car sales are not done just yet with hitting record levels: April sales mark the third year-on-year gain in the past seven months at +6.6% to 24.259 registrations, meaning the YTD is back into record territory at +1.5% on the same period in 2017 at 92.132 units. Brand leader Skoda follows its home market at +6% to 32.2% share, albeit almost one percentage point below it YTD level of 33.1%. Volkswagen (+8%), Hyundai (+13%), Peugeot (+33%) and most strikingly Dacia (+51%!) follow, all outpacing the market. In the remainder of the Top 10, Toyota (+25%) and Kia (+16%) also shine but Ford (-25%), Seat (-18%) and Renault (-15%) are in great difficulty. Further down, Suzuki (+94%), Mini (+90%), Tesla (+50%), Subaru (+48%), Honda (+46%), Lexus (+46%), Nissan (+45%), Citroen (+30%) and Mazda (+30%) all impress with sizeable gains.

The Skoda Karoq is inside its home Top 5 for the third consecutive month.

Over in the models ranking, Skoda achieves a rare feat: placing 6 models in the Top 7, its best performance since having 6 in the Top 6 in May 2017. The Octavia (+10%) firmly holds onto the overall lead, distancing the Fabia (-22%) and Rapid (+58%). The Karoq is down one spot on its record #4 ranking last month, ahead of the Superb (-6%) and Kodiaq (-12%). Note Skoda monopolises the YTD Top 5 for the first time in history this month (Octavia/Fabia/Rapid/Superb/Karoq). The only “foreign” nameplate in the Top 7 is the locally produced Hyundai i30 leaping up 40% year-on-year and 6 spots on March to #4 overall, due to the arrival of the fastback variant alongside the hatch and station wagon. It however ranks at #8 YTD vs. #5 over the FY2017. The VW Golf (+13%), Nissan Qashqai (+100%) and Dacia Dokker (+91%) complete the April Top 10. Just below, notice also the Hyundai Tucson (+80%) and Dacia Duster (+79%) in great shape.

Previous month: Czech Republic March 2018: Skoda Karoq up to record #4

One year ago: Czech Republic April 2017: Skoda monopolises Top 5, Kodiaq at #5

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Czech Republic March 2018: Skoda Karoq up to record #4

The Skoda Karoq is up to a record 4th place at home this month.

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Further indicating a plateau or decline in 2018, the Czech new car market endures its 4th year-on-year drop in the past 5 months in March at -8.7% to 24.453 registrations, leading to a YTD volume dipping its toes into negative territory at -0.3% to 67.873 units. Homegrown leader Skoda resists better than the market with a 1% drop to 31.6% shares vs. 33.4% YTD (+12%) but Volkswagen freefalls 23% both in March and YTD, however remaining in 2nd place in both rankings. Hyundai (-21%) is up one spot on February to return to the third place it held over the FY2017, while Dacia is down one to #4 but up 7% year-on-year, edging past Ford (-16%) for just 3 sales. Kia (+16%) and most strikingly Toyota (+37%) post the largest and only double-digit gains in the Top 15 while Opel (-32%), Seat (-28%) and Renault (-23%) are hit the hardest. Further down, Suzuki (+56%), Alfa Romeo (+39%), Mazda (+21%), Tesla (+20%) and Ferrari (+17%) impress.

In the models ranking, the Skoda Octavia (-10%), Fabia (+14%) and Rapid (+12%) hold onto their traditional spots while the Skoda Karoq is up one rank to a record 4th place with 3.4% share. This is now higher than the carmaker’s other recent SUV launch, the Kodiaq, which peaked at #5 in April 2017. The Nissan Qashqai surges 56% year-on-year and 6 spots on February to become the best-selling foreigner in the country at #5, followed by the VW Golf (-20%), Ford Focus (+119%) and Dacia Duster (+10%). The Ford Kuga (+121%), BMW 5 Series (+96%), Toyota Corolla (+94%), Mercedes GLC (+74%), Suzuki S-Cross (+69%), Toyota Yaris (+63%), Dacia Dokker (+34%) and Sandero (+28%) lodge some of the largest improvements in the Top 50 while the Opel Crossland X at #33 (+17 on February) follows the Karoq in the recent launches ranking, ahead of the Kia Stonic at #35 (+19), Seat Arona at #48 (+21) and Citroen C3 Aircross at #62 (+65).

Previous month: Czech Republic February 2018: First podium for Dacia, Skoda Karoq in Top 5

Previous year: Czech Republic Full Year 2017: Octavia #1, 4 Skodas in Top 4, record market

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Czech Republic February 2018: First podium for Dacia, Skoda Karoq in Top 5

The Skoda Karoq breaks into its home Top 5 for the first time in February.

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February sales in the Czech Republic are down 1.2% year-on-year to 20.201, making it the fourth negative month in the past five. However the year-to-date tally remains solidly in positive territory at +5.2% to a record 43.420 units after two months. Home-grown leader Skoda goes against the grain with a 7% year-on-year uplift to 31.8% share vs. 34.4% YTD. Below, Volkswagen tumbles down 26% to 8.4% but Dacia surges 18% and land on the third step of the podium for the first time in Czech history according to BSCB records. The French-Romanian low-cost brand knocks Hyundai (-3%) down to #4 and Ford (+2%) down to #5. Toyota (+24%) and Kia (+17%) also impress inside the Top 10 while below, Mini (+361%), Jaguar (+75%), Land Rover (+74%), Suzuki (+62%), Nissan (+48%), Alfa Romeo (+45%), Porsche (+41%), Citroen (+27%) and Mazda (+27%) make themselves noticed.

The Dokker (+53%) helps Dacia to its very first Czech podium ranking this month. 

The Czech models ranking has five Skodas in the Top 5, the brand’s best performance since having 6 in the Top 6 last May. The Top 4 respect the same order as in FY2017 and YTD: the Octavia (+2%) leads above the Fabia (+3%), Rapid (+20%) and Superb (-8%). The novelty is the Karoq crossover breaking into the Top 5 for the very first time at #5, equalling the Kodiaq’s record ranking hit in April 2017. The VW Golf is the best-selling foreign nameplate in 6th place despite dropping 2%, but is followed this time by the Dacia Dokker up 53% to #7, wth the Ford Focus (+78%), Nissan Qashqai (+109%), Dacia Sandero (+57%), Toyota Corolla (+208%), Dacia Lodgy (+173%) and Toyota Yaris (+111%) also posting spectacular gains.

Previous month: Czech Republic January 2018: Skoda Karoq up to #7 in record market

One year ago: Czech Republic Full Year 2017: Octavia #1, 4 Skodas in Top 4, record market

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Czech Republic January 2018: Skoda Karoq up to #7 in record market

The Skoda Karoq continues to climb its home sales charts.

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After posting a fourth consecutive record year in 2017, the Czech new car market seems to be headed towards one more, with January sales up 11.5% to 23.219, a new record for the month. Homegrown brand leader Skoda tightens its grip on the market even further with a fantastic 32% year-on-year gain to 36.7% share vs. 31% over the Full Year 2017. In contrast, Volkswagen dives 21% to 10.2% share ahead of Hyundai (+1%), Ford (+7%) and Dacia (+13%). Peugeot (+35%), Kia (+25%) and Toyota (+23%) also frankly beat the market inside the Top 10 while below, Suzuki (+66%), Lexus (+55%), Land Rover (+51%), Citroen (+50%), Tesla (+40%), Mitsubishi (+39%), Subaru (+37%), Mini (+25%), Nissan (+25%) and Honda (+20%) also impress.

Skoda places four nameplates in the Top 4 as it did over the Full Year 2016 and 2017: the Octavia (+22%) leads above the Fabia (+26%), Rapid (+62%) and Superb (+2%) but this month it also has 6 models in the Top 7, its best result since monopolising the Top 6 last May. The Kodiaq rallies back up 11 spots on December to #6 while the Karoq is up two to hit a new ranking record at #7. The BMW 5 Series (+337%), Citroen C3 (+193%), Suzuki S-Cross (+152%), Dacia Sandero (+151%), Ford Focus (+81%), Peugeot 2008 (+54%) and Kia Cee’d (+49%) also make themselves noticed while among recent launches the Hyundai Kona is up 92 spots on December to #36 and the VW T-Roc up 80 to #80.

Previous post: Czech Republic Full Year 2017: Octavia #1, 4 Skodas in Top 4, record market

One year ago: Czech Republic January 2017: VW rallies up 83% in record market

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