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Ireland October 2018: BMW (+70%), Hyundai (+44%) shine in market down 10.9%

BMW sales soar 70% year-on-year in October in Ireland.

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It is now time for the Irish new car market to slow down to an almost standstill as the year-end approaches, awaiting the new 2019 license plates. Add to this the aftermath of the August pre-WLTP rush and we have October sales down 10.9% to just 1.732 units, leading to a year-to-date volume down 4.4% to 124.818. Even though the carmaker drops almost three times as fast as the market, Volkswagen (-29%) reclaims the brands top spot it holds YTD, ahead of Skoda (-16%) at 8.2% vs. #6 and 7.3% YTD. Nissan (+6%) climbs onto the podium above BMW (+70%), the biggest gainer in the Top 10 above Hyundai (+44%) and Peugeot (+12%) whereas Kia (-43%), Ford (-22%) and Audi (-16%) struggle. Further down, Suzuki (+114%), Mitsubishi (+83%), Honda (+25%) and Mini (+17%) stand out. The Nissan Qashqai (+26%) gallops up five spots on September to return to the pole position it holds YTD, distancing the Hyundai Tucson (+52%) while the VW Tiguan (-10%) makes the podium 100% SUV. The Peugeot 5008 (+117%), Skoda Superb (+62%), Audi A4 (+59%) and Peugeot 3008 (+20%) sign the largest year-on-year gains in the Top 10. The Skoda Karoq (#17) leads all recent launches (<12 months) ahead of the VW T-Roc (#19), Hyundai Kona (#32) and Volvo XC40 (#45).

Previous month: Ireland September 2018: Ford and Focus top market down 18.3%

One year ago: Ireland October 2017: Kia up 84%, Stonic posts first worldwide podium

Full October 2018 Top 30 All-brands and Top 190 All-models below.

Ireland September 2018: Ford and Focus top market down 18.3%

The Ford Focus is the best-selling vehicle in Ireland in September.

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Post-WLTP rush means Irish new car sales drop 18.3% year-on-year in September to 3.187 registrations, pulling the year-to-date volume down 4.3% to 123.087 units. Ford (-1%) stands out with a slim drop to catch the #1 spot off Volkswagen (-34%) for just three sales, with Skoda (-35%) rounding up the podium with 8% share despite a devastating loss. Hyundai (+38%), Nissan (+11%) and Peugeot (+9%) impress with year-on-year gains inside the Top 10 whereas Toyota (-48%) and Audi (-44%) implode. Further down, Suzuki (+67%), Volvo (+36%), Mitsubishi (+26%) and Seat (+24%) shine. The Ford Focus (+9%) climbs to the top of the models charts this month ahead of 3 VWs: the Polo (+49%), Golf (-55%) and Tiguan (-30%). The Dacia Duster (+4%) leaps up 24 spots on August to #5, with the Nissan Leaf (+788%), Peugeot 5008 (+154%) and Nissan Qashqai (+17%) also spectacular inside the Top 15. Note the VW T-Roc is equal #10 with the Peugeot 3008, its first ever Top 10 appearance in Ireland.

Previous month: Ireland August 2018: Stock clearing lifts Renault Kadjar up 564% to #2

One year ago: Ireland September 2017: Kodiaq up to #6, pushes Skoda up 30%

Full September 2018 Top 35 All-brands and Top 205 All-models below.

Ireland August 2018: Stock clearing lifts Renault Kadjar up 564% to #2

A large stock of non WLTP-compliant Renault Kadjar was cleared before the arrival of the facelift.

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The Irish new car market jumps back into positive in August at +2.9% to 5.922 registrations, yet the year-to-dat tally remains in decline at -3.8% to 119.926. Volkswagen (+27%) holds onto the top for the third straight month at 12.9% share, two percentage points above its YTD level and distancing this time Ford (+13%), Toyota (-8%) and Skoda (-6%). Nissan (+47%), Renault (+43%) and Peugeot (+24%) post the largest gains in the Top 10 while further down, Volvo (+58%), BMW (+52%), Mitsubishi (+30%), Lexus (+27%), Subaru (+21%) and Seat (+14%) stand out but Mini (-67%), Tesla (-47%), Opel (-45%), Land Rover (-44%), Dacia (-37%), Fiat (-36%), Mercedes (-36%), Jaguar (-33%), Mazda (-26%) and Citroen (-24%) all sink. If the brands ranking isn’t visibly impacted by pre-WLTP stock clearances as per most other European Union market, the models charts is. The Ford Focus (+192%) leaps to pole position followed by the VW Golf (+34%) while the Renault Kadjar (+564%) is artificially up 16 spots on July to land on the third step of the podium whereas it drops 12% YTD. The VW Tiguan (+28%) and Toyota Corolla (+44%) complete the Top 5 ahead of the Peugeot 308 (+12%) with the Nissan Leaf (+1767%) breaking into the Top 10 thanks to the new generation. The Hyundai Kona (#20) and VW T-Roc (#21) top recent launches above the Skoda Karoq (#23) and Seat Arona (#28).

Previous month: Ireland July 2018: Peugeot (+34%) defies market down 2.9%

One year ago: Ireland August 2017: Peugeot 3008 and Skoda Kodiaq impress

Full August 2018 Top 35 All-brands and Top 220 All-models below.

Ireland July 2018: Peugeot (+34%) defies market down 2.9%

Peugeot sales are up 34% year-on-year in July, partly thanks to the 3008.

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New car sales in Ireland drop 2.9% year-on-year in July to 26.923 units, still the second largest month of the year due to a bi-annual license plate system. The Top 4 brands move with the market and all post negative results, led by Volkswagen (-5%) like last month and YTD, ahead of Toyota (-1%), Hyundai (-2%) and Ford (-12%). Peugeot (+34%) lodges by far the largest gain in the Top 10, with Nissan (+9%), Kia (+7%) and Skoda (+3%) also defying adverse market conditions. Further down the ladder, Tesla (+1000%), Jeep (+320%), Jaguar (+83%), BMW (+63%), Mitsubishi (+50%), Seat (+21%) and Lexus (+20%) post the most spectacular gains. Over in the models ranking, the Hyundai Tucson (-16%) – #1 in 2017 – takes the lead despite a steep drop, and it goes the same for the rest of the Top 6 with the VW Golf (-23%), Ford Focus (-17%), Nissan Qashqai (-8%), Toyota Yaris (-12%) and Skoda Octavia (-19%) also enduring sharp losses and losing share year-on-year. The Toyota C-HR (+24%), Ford Fiesta (+5%) and VW Tiguan (+0.2%) are the only Top 10 nameplates managing a gain. The Hyundai Kona (#11) leaps 20 spots on June to snap the recent launch lead off the VW T-Roc (#28), with the Seat Arona (#30), Kia Stonic (#32) and Skoda Karoq (#34) also above 1% market share for the month.

Previous month: Ireland June 2018: Opel Corsa tops sluggish market

One year ago: Ireland July 2017: VW Golf leads, Megane and Tiguan impress

Full July 2018 Top 35 All-brands and Top 240 All-models below.

Ireland June 2018: Opel Corsa tops sluggish market

The Opel Corsa is the best-selling vehicle in Ireland in June.

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Now that new licence plates are distributed in July, the Irish market slowly dies down beforehand with June deliveries down 10.4% year-on-year to just 1.250 units, bringing the YTD tally down 4.4% to 87.153. Volkswagen (-4%) reclaims the top spot it holds year-to-date off Toyota (+19%) despite the latter recording very dynamic figures. Opel (+371%) surprises everyone with a 5-fold year-on-year surge in third place vs. #12 YTD, ahead of Skoda (+40%), Ford (+59%), Peugeot (+29%) and Nissan (+14%). At first sight, it doesn’t look like a declining market, but the steep falls are also here, starting with last year’s leader BMW (-91%) alongside Dacia (-65%), Kia (-28%) and Hyundai (-23%). On the side, notice also Jaguar (+300%), Mini (+233%), Citroen (+133%), Suzuki (+36%) and Seat (+31%). From one sale in June 2017 to 77 this month: that’s enough for the Opel Corsa to take the lead of the Irish models ranking for June, very far from the #37 spot it holds YTD. Paradoxically, the more recent Grandland X drops to zero unit this month. The Skoda Octavia (+53%) and Toyota Yaris (+33%) close up the podium, with the Opel Insignia (+417%), Ford Focus (+367%), Fiesta (+220%) and Toyota C-HR also impressive in a month that won’t impact the YTD order anyway.

Previous month: Ireland May 2018: Toyota C-HR and Yaris top market up 1.4%

One year ago: Ireland June 2017: Fleet push BMW up to #1 in reduced market

Full June 2018 Top 35 All-brands and Top 180 All-models below.

Ireland May 2018: Toyota C-HR and Yaris top market up 1.4%

The Toyota C-HR is the best-selling vehicle in Ireland in May.

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The Irish new car market post a second consecutive month of year-on-year gains in May at a timid +1.4% to 6.074 units, leading to a year-to-date volume down 4.3% to 85.924. Toyota soars 64% year-on-year and gains five spots on April to snap the top spot off Volkswagen (-26%) at 12.1% share vs. 11.2%. VW remains on top YTD at 10.9% share (+3%) with Toyota now up to #2 at 9.7% (-5%). Hyundai (+12%) is knocked down to #3 but Ford (+28%) is up to #4, Opel (+25%) up to #6 and Peugeot (+27%) remains at #7. The remainder of the Top 10 is in decline, with Nissan (-24%) hit the hardest. Further down, Tesla (+700%), Alfa Romeo (+250%), Jeep (+125%), Porsche (+100%), Jaguar (+73%), Mitsubishi (+48%), and Dacia (+13%) impress. Model-wise, the Toyota C-HR surges 130% year-on-year to win the month for the third time in Ireland after November and December 2016. It is followed by the Toyota Yaris (+43%), Skoda Octavia (-3%), Toyota Auris (+167%) and VW Golf (-36%). The Renault Captur (+393%) is up 14 spots on April to #6, the Hyundai is up 106% and 19 ranks to #10 with the Ford Focus (+59%), Fiesta (+62%) and Dacia Duster (+238%) also posting spectacular gains inside the Top 15. The YTD leaders are in great difficulty the Nissan Qashqai is down 31% to #34 and the Hyundai Tucson down 50% to #18.

Previous month: Ireland April 2018: VW Polo up 3-fold to #1 in market up 3.3%

One year ago: Ireland May 2017: VW Polo leads, Peugeot 3008 up to #4

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Ireland April 2018: VW Polo up 3-fold to #1 in market up 3.3%

The VW Polo (+198%) is the #1 vehicle in Ireland in April. Picture completecar.ie

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New car sales in Ireland post their first year-on-year gain of the year in April at +3.3% to 8.099 units, reducing the YTD drop to -4.7% at 79.894 registrations. Brand leader Volkswagen surges 49% to tighten its grip on the Irish market at 14.5% share this month vs. 10.9% YTD. Hyundai edges up just 1% year-on-year but that’s enough for the Korean marque to snap the 2nd place overall with 9.3% share, distancing Kia (8.1%), Skoda (8.1%) and Ford (7%). Peugeot (+57%), Audi (+32%) and Nissan (+22%) are the other Top 10 carmakers sporting a double-digit gain this month, while Toyota (-45%) is going the other way with a steep decline. Further down, Mercedes (+66%), Seat (+60%), BMW (+58%), Mini (+50%), Lexus (+47%), Jaguar (+29%) and Dacia (+27%) are among the best performers.

The VW Polo is up 3-fold year-on-year to shoot up to pole position with 3.5% share but only ranks #14 YTD. It distances the Kia Sportage (-8%), Skoda Octavia (-20%), VW Golf (+5%) and Hyundai Tucson (-26%). Meanwhile in the remainder of the Top 10 the Peugeot 3008 (+78%), VW Tiguan (+51%), VW Passat (+49%) and Dacia Sandero (+20%) all post spectacular gains. The Hyundai Kona leads all recent launches (<12 months) at a record #11 (+5 on March) ahead of the Skoda Karoq at #19 (+9), Kia Stonic at #22 (+22) and VW T-Roc at #23 (+11).

Previous month: Ireland March 2018: Nissan Qashqai snaps YTD lead in market down 10.7%

Previous year: Ireland Full Year 2017: Volkswagen back to #1, Hyundai Tucson repeats

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Ireland March 2018: Nissan Qashqai snaps YTD lead in market down 10.7%

The Nissan Qashqai is now Ireland’s best-seller in 2018.

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The Irish new car market posts a 15th consecutive year-on-year decline in March at -10.7% to 17.767 registrations, leading to a year-to-date tally down 5.5% to 71.805 units. Thanks to deliveries up 13% to 11.9% share, Volkswagen remains in the brands pole position and reclaims the YTD lead at 10.5%. Nissan (-23%) is up one spot on February to #2 despite a steep drop, with Hyundai (+19%), Ford (-20%) and Toyota (+5%) in tow. Kia and Skoda both gain 5% but the remainder of the Top 10 falls painfully: BMW is down 49% and Renault down 21%. Further down, Subaru (+155%), Jeep (+78%) Honda (+57%), Seat (+29%), Peugeot (+16%) and Mitsubishi (+12%) defy the odds with double-digit gains.

Model-wise, the Nissan Qashqai (+1%) frankly dominates the March charts with 5.1% share vs. 3.5% for the #2, the VW Golf (+19%) and as a result snaps the #1 YTD spot off the 2016 and 2017 leader the Hyundai Tucson, down 22% to #4 this month. The Kia Sportage (+25%) climbs 5 spots on February to #3, making it 3 SUVs in the March Top 4. The Nissan Micra (+53%), VW Polo (+42%), VW Tiguan (+28%) and Toyota Yaris (+18%) also impress in the Top 10. The Hyundai Kona tops recent launches again at #16 (-2) ahead of the Skoda Karoq at #28 (+11), VW T-Roc at #34 (+4) and Kia Stonic at #44 (-1).

Previous month: Ireland February 2018: Dacia Duster leaps up 147% to #2 in stable market

Previous year: Ireland Full Year 2017: Volkswagen back to #1, Hyundai Tucson repeats

Full March 2018 Top 33 All-brands and Top 235 All-models below.

Ireland February 2018: Dacia Duster leaps 147% to #2 in stable market

The Dacia Duster is the 2nd best-selling vehicle in Ireland in February. 

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After a 4.9% drop in January, new car sales in Ireland stabilise in February at -0.01% or just two units below the February 2017 result at 17.081. The brands ranking is completely reshuffled with Volkswagen (+5%) taking the lead with a strong 10.6% share, distancing Ford (+34%), Nissan (-14%), Hyundai (+4%) and Skoda (+7%) while Toyota, leader in January, is down 21% to a paltry 6th position. The Japanese carmaker however retains the YTD lead at 10.6% share above Hyundai and Volkswagen both at 10%. Dacia is up a flamboyant 113% year-on-year to crack the Irish Top 10 at #10, Peugeot is up 104% to #12, Honda up 50% to #18 and Mini up 125% to #22. Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia snaps the lead this month but ranks 5th YTD while the performance of the month is delivered by the Dacia Duster up 149% year-on-year and 25 spots on last month to land at a stunning 2nd place overall, ahead of the Nissan Qashqai (-16%), VW Golf (+12%) and Hyundai Tucson (-12%), still #1 YTD. The Ford Focus (+66%), Nissan Micra (+54%) and Ford Fiesta (+56%) also impress while the Hyundai Kona tops all recent launches (<12 months) at a record #14, followed by the VW T-Roc (#38), Skoda Karoq (#39), Kia Stonic (#43) and Skoda Kodiaq (#44).

Previous month: Ireland January 2018: Peugeot soars 70% in market down 4.9%

One year ago: Ireland February 2017: Toyota C-HR up to 6th place in market down 21%

Full February 2018 Top 33 All-brands and Top 235 All-models below.

Ireland January 2018: Peugeot soars 70% in market down 4.9%

The Peugeot 3008 is up 45-fold on the previous generation a year ago.

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January and July are now the two main registrations months in Ireland since a bi-annual license plate system was introduced in 2013. Unfortunately this month sees Irish sales fall 4.9% year-on-year to 37.070, still anticipated to account for roughly 30% of 2018 annual sales in the country. Toyota leaps into the brand lead despite sales down 2%, however this is a better hold than any of the Top 5 brands: the Japanese carmaker is followed by Hyundai (-14%), Ford (-15%), Volkswagen (-4%) and Nissan (-4%). Peugeot surges 70% to rank #9, with Kia (+6%) and Skoda (+1%) also in positive but Renault (-15%) and Mercedes (-14%) struggling. Further down, Mini (+54%), Citroen (+51%), BMW (+38%), Porsche (+28%), Land Rover (+18%) and Jeep (+17%) also shine.

Over in the models ranking, the Hyundai Tucson takes a significant option on a third consecutive annual win in 2018 by topping the largest month of the year at 4.4% share despite deliveries down 14% in January 2017. It is followed by the Nissan Qashqai (+5%), Ford Focus (-21%), VW Golf (-17%) and Ford Fiesta (-25%). The Toyota C-HR leaps up 62% to #9, the Nissan Micra is up 93% to #14 with the Peugeot 3008 (+4367%), Peugeot 5008 (+668%), BMW 5 Series (+560%) and Mazda CX-5 (+62%) also posting spectacular gains in the Top 50. Incredibly, the 9 best-selling recent launches (<12 months) are all crossovers, led by Hyundai Kona (#22) above the Skoda Kodiaq (#36), Kia Stonic (#42), VW T-Roc (#49), Seat Arona (#68), Skoda Karoq (#77), Renault Koleos (#79) Opel Crossland X (#82) and Opel Grandland X (#89).

Previous post: Ireland Full Year 2017: Volkswagen back to #1, Hyundai Tucson repeats

One year ago: Ireland January 2017: Tucson leads, Megane up, market down

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