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Slovenia October 2018: Octavia, 2008 shine in market down 13.9%

The Skoda Octavia rises 50% to snap its first top spot finish of 2018.

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It’s a second consecutive month of post-WLTP decline for the Slovenian new car market at -13.9% to 5.548 units but the year-to-date tally remains comfortably in positive at +5.7% to a round 64.000 registrations. Volkswagen (+3%) manages a year-on-year uptick to 16% share vs. 16.5% so far in 2018 whereas Renault (-46%) implodes to 12.4% ahead of Skoda (+41%), Fiat (+16%), Peugeot (+15%) and Citroen (+15%) all posting outstanding scores. Further down, Jaguar (+967%), Smart (+614%), Mitsubishi (+158%) and Subaru (+133%) stand out. Model-wise the Skoda Octavia (+50%) brilliantly takes the lead for the first time since last December, overtaking a struggling Renault Clio (-19%) whereas just below the Fiat 500 (+102%) and VW Polo (+249%) post spectacular gains. The Peugeot 2008 (+61%), VW Tiguan (+16%) and Skoda Fabia (+5%) also shine in the Top 10 while the VW Golf (-53%) and Renault Megane (-30%) sink. The VW T-Roc (#12) leads recent launches ahead of the Skoda Karoq (#20) and Jaguar E-Pace (#52).

Previous month: Slovenia September 2018: Fiat doubles sales in market down 7.2%

One year ago: Slovenia October 2017: Renault up 71% to 19.7% share, market up 23%

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Slovenia September 2018: Fiat doubles sales in market down 7.3%

The Fiat 500 is up 30-fold on September 2017…

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New car sales in Slovenia aren’t too dramatically affected by the post-WLTP rush with September registrations down just 7.3% year-on-year to 4.893 units leading to a year-to-date volume up 8% to 58.452. Renault (+27%) even confirms the pole position it held last month with a surprisingly high year-on-year surge to 14.3% share, distancing Volkswagen (-24%) and Skoda (-13%). Fiat (+98%), Peugeot (+27%), Opel (+15%), Kia (+13%) and Citroen (+8%) also post impressive gains inside the Top 10, while further down Jeep (+308%), Jaguar (+167%), Land Rover (+75%) and Mitsubishi (+29%) stand out. The Renault Clio (+73%) is back in the top spot it holds YTD but the most impressive Top 10 nameplates are the Fiat 500 (+2933%), VW Polo (+1725%) and  Peugeot 2008 (+127%). The Fiat Panda (+61%) and Renault Captur (+52%) also deliver very solid gains while there are no less than 3 recent launches (<12 months) inside the Top 20 this month: the VW T-Roc (#12), Skoda Karoq (#13) and Hyundai Kona (#16).

Previous month: Slovenia September 2018: Renault monopolises podium in market up 25.5%

One year ago: Slovenia September 2017: VW Golf #1 for the third time in past 4 months

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Slovenia August 2018: Renault monopolises podium in market up 25.5%

The Renault Captur is the best-selling nameplate in Slovenia in August.

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The Slovenian new car market gains 25.5% year-on-year in August to 5.636 registrations, lifting the year-to-date volume up 9.7% to 53.559 units. Renault soars 52% to 18.4% share vs. 14.4% YTD, snapping the lead of the brands ranking off Volkswagen (+27%) at 14.1% vs. 16.9% so far in 2018. Fiat (+249%), Seat (+35%) and Toyota (+30%) also beat the market in the Top 10, Peugeot (+24%) matches it, Citroen (+6%) and Hyundai (+2%) are slow and Opel (-8%) goes in reverse. Further down the ladder, Jeep (+3900%!), Alfa Romeo (+533%), Volvo (+250%), Porsche (+217%), Mini (+100%), Nissan (+92%), Audi (+49%), Kia (+41%) and Seat (+35%) for the most part give off a distinct pre-WLTP stock clearance flavour to the market. Model-wise, the Renault Captur (+198%), Clio (+81%) and Megane (-29%) monopolise the podium and justify the brand’s leadership, followed by four VWs: the Tiguan (+70%), Polo (+343%), Golf (-27%) and T-Roc scoring a 2nd month in a row at a record 7th place. The Nissan Qashqai (+857%), Jeep Renegade (+3600%) and Fiat 500 (+3567%) also score unusually high sales results.

Previous month: Slovenia July 2018: VW Golf and Polo lead, T-Roc up to record #7

One year ago: Slovenia August 2017: Renault Megane soars 229% to pole position

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Slovenia July 2018: VW Golf and Polo lead, T-Roc up to record #7

The VW T-Roc hits a record 7th place in Slovenia in July.

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New car sales in Slovenia gain 17.6% year-on-year in July to 6.246 units, meaning the year-to-date tally is now up 8.1% to 47.923 registrations. Slovenia is yet another country to be heavily impacted by Volkswagen’s stock-clearing program ahead of the WLTP standards change: the German carmaker is up 59% to hit 20.4% share vs. 17.2% year-to-date, distancing Renault (+21%), Skoda (+6%) and Opel (-10%). Fiat (+138%), Seat (+42%) and Peugeot (+26%) also impress in the Top 10 whereas Dacia (-43%) and Ford (-39%) sink. Further down, notice Jeep (+750%), Land Rover (+250%), Mitsubishi (+160%), Volvo (+150%), Nissan (+93%, also benefitting from a Europe-wide stock-clearing program) and Seat (+42%) all posting spectacular gains. Logically based on the brand’s July performance, the VW Golf (+23%) and Polo (+34%) top the models ranking ahead of the YTD leader the Renault Clio (-11%). The Nissan Qashqai (+623%), Fiat 500 (+540%), Fiat Panda (+256%), Renault Kadjar (+240%), VW Tiguan (+140%), Renault Captur (+139%) and Hyundai Tucson (+122%) are the most impressive gainers in the remainder of the Top 20 while the VW T-Roc leaps up 4 spots on June to return into the Slovenian Top 10 for the third time in the past four months at a record #7.

Previous month: Slovenia June 2018: Rentals push Fiat 500 up 20-fold, market down 2.3%

One year ago: Slovenia July 2017: VW and Golf lead, Duster and Scenic shoot up

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Slovenia June 2018: Rentals push Fiat 500 up 20-fold, market down 2.3%

The Fiat 500 ranks #7 so far in 2018 in Slovenia vs. #70 in 2017.

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New car sales in Slovenia dip down 2.3% year-on-year in June to 7.378 registrations, however the year-to-date tally remains in positive at +6.8% to 41.677 units. Volkswagen (+18%) and Renault (+13%) post robust gains to more than ever dominate the Slovenian sales charts, adding up to 34.1% share vs. 31% YTD. Below Skoda (-7%) in difficulty, Fiat (+99%) continues to surge ahead and posts by far the largest year-on-year gain in the Top 15. Dacia (-53%) and Opel (-28%) are not so lucky. Below, Abarth (+600%), Lexus (+250%), Mitsubishi (+190%), Jaguar (+143%) and Alfa Romeo (+136%) shine. Model-wise, the Renault Clio (+6%) reclaims the throne it sits on YTD, dislodging the VW Polo (+87%) while the VW Golf (-20%) rounds up the podium. The Fiat 500 is up 20-fold (!) on June 2017 to #4 vs. #7 YTD and #70 in FY2017: we suspect this sudden surge has a lot to do with rental sales. The Nissan Qashqai (+176%), Renault Captur (+148%) and VW Tiguan (+96%) also impress in the Top 10 and the VW T-Roc (#11) tops recent launches well ahead of the Hyundai Kona (#41) and Kia Stonic (#43).

Previous month: Slovenia May 2018: VW Polo best-seller, Fiat up 3-fold thanks to 500

One year ago: Slovenia June 2017: VW Golf outpaces Renault Clio

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Slovenia May 2018: VW Polo best-seller, Fiat up 3-fold thanks to 500

The VW Polo is the best-selling vehicle in Slovenia in May.

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The Slovenian new car market gains 7.6% year-on-year in May to 7.301 registrations, lifting the year-to-date volume up 9% to 34.299 units. Volkswagen more tham doubles the market growth, soaring 18% to 18.5% share, over two percentage points above its YTD level of 16.4%, easily outmanoeuvring Renault (+3%) at 14.5%. Skoda (+5%) rounds up the podium above Opel (+15%), replicating the YTD Top 4 while Fiat once again posts the largest year-on-year gain in the Top 25 – an by far – at +198% to 5.3%. Nissan (+42%) and Citroen (+25%) are the only two other Top 10 carmakers sporting a double-digit gain whereas Dacia (-29%) and Hyundai (-10%) struggle and further down the ranking Subaru (+500%), Land Rover (+100%), Mitsubishi (+65%), Volvo (+59%), Honda (+35%), Kia (+20%) and Ford (+13%) make themselves noticed.

Over in the models ranking, after two consecutive months at #2 the VW Polo surges 117% year-on-year to snap its first monthly win since March 2017, distancing the Renault Captur (+39%) while the YTD leader the Renault Clio implodes 376% to #3 and 3.6% share vs. 5.4% so far in 2018. The VW Golf (-27%) and Skoda Octavia (-17%) also struggle whereas the Fiat 500 its up 45-fold (!) to #6 and the Nissan Qashqai is up 187% to #6. The VW T-Roc is up one spot to a record 9th place, not hurting the VW Tiguan (+52%) by any measure while the Opel Crossland X is up 13 spots on April to #13 and the Skoda Karoq is up 11 to #32.

Previous month: Slovenia April 2018: VW T-Roc breaks into Top 10

One year ago: Slovenia May 2017: VW Golf catches up on Renault Clio

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Slovenia April 2018: VW T-Roc breaks into Top 10

Slovenia is the second country in the world to welcome the VW T-Roc in its monthly Top 10.

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New car sales in Slovenia gain 9.8% year-on-year in April to 6.592 units, lifting the year-to-date tally up 9.3% to 26.998. Brand leaders Volkswagen (+15%) and Renault (+39%) both outpace the market to hit 18% and 15.3% share respectively vs. 15.8% and 13.7% so far in 2018. Skoda (+7%) rounds up the podium like YTD but loses share year-on-year with Peugeot (+21%) in frank progression ahead of Hyundai (+4%). Fiat triples its sales vs. April 2017 (+203%) with Kia deliveries the 2nd largest gain in the Top 10 at +68%. Seat also shines at +21% while further down Jaguar (+533%), Smart (+525%) and Porsche (+50%) stand out. Model-wise, the Renault Clio (+50%) and VW Polo (+51%) both post spectacular gains to hold onto the top of the ranking like last month, with the VW Golf (+2%) and Skoda Octavia (-27%) in tow while the Fiat Panda (+542%), Renault Captur (+86%) and Peugeot 2008 (+38%) also impress. The VW T-Roc is up 12 spots on March to break into the Top 10 at #10, making Slovenia only the second country in the world after Austria where the new crossover has managed this feat.

Previous month: Slovenia March 2018: Nissan, Fiat, Hyundai outpace market up 20.1%

One year ago: Slovenia April 2017: Volkswagen up 21%, Skoda Octavia leads

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Slovenia March 2018: Nissan, Fiat, Hyundai outpace market up 20.1%

Nissan sales are up 68% in Slovenia this month, and the Qashqai is up 150%.

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The Slovenian new car market shoots up 20.1% in March to 7.855 registrations, lifting the year-to-date volume up 8.9% to 20.359. Volkswagen (+14%) solidly reclaims the helm of the brands ranking with 15.6% share ahead of Renault soaring 45% to 12.5% but Skoda is down 1% to 8.9%. Five of the seven next best-sellers frankly beat the market, with Nissan (+68%) the most impressive, ahead of Fiat (+60%), Hyundai (+58%), Opel (+41%) and Ford (+28%). Further down, Smart (+400%), Honda (+64%), Suzuki (+57%) and Mazda (+42%) stand out. Strikingly, 10 of the Top 11 best-selling models outpace the market this month, with the Renault Clio (+48%), VW Polo (+38%) and Golf (+58%) on the podium. The Fiat 500 (+423%), Ford Focus (+268%) and Nissan Qashqai (+150%) post the most extravagant gains in the Top 10, while the Fiat Panda (+520%), Skoda Kodiaq (+170%), Hyundai i30 (+167%) and Suzuki Vitara (+133%) are the best performers just below. The Opel Crossland X (#20) is the best-selling recent launch albeit only 10 sales above the VW T-Roc (#22).

Previous month: Slovenia February 2018: Renault leads, Dacia Sandero on podium

Previous year: Slovenia Full Year 2017: Renault Clio marks 20 years at #1

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Slovenia February 2018: Renault leads, Dacia Sandero on podium

Dacia Sandero sales in Slovenia are up 71% year-on-year in February. 

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New car sales in Slovenia edge down 0.4% year-on-year in February to 5.659 units, but the year-to-date volume remains in positive territory at +2.9% to 12.504 sales. Renault claims the title of best-selling marque in Slovenia this month, up 2% year-on-year to 15.2% share, only 6 sales above Volkswagen up 1%. Year-to-date, VW remains king at 14.9% share (+2%), a safe distance above Renault at 13.7% (-5%). Inside the Top 10, Fiat (+43%), Dacia (+16%), Nissan (+15%) and Opel (+10%) post the most impressive gains, while outside, Jaguar (+400%), Porsche (+400%), Mitsubishi (+78%), Kia (+64%), Toyota (+23%) and Seat (+18%) shine.

The Renault Clio easily holds onto the models pole position at 8.1% share vs. 4.4% for the Skoda Octavia at #2 (+18%) and 4% for the Dacia Sandero at #3 (+73%). The Nissan Qashqai (+148%), VW Polo (+45%), Ford Focus (+22%) and VW Golf (+17%) also make themselves noticed in the Top 10. Further down, the Fiat 500 (+608%), Panda (+913%), Skoda Kodiaq (+7800%) and Fiat 500L (+233%) post the largest year-on-year gains while the Opel Crossland X tops all recent ;launches (<12 months) at #25, just four units above the VW T-Roc at #27.

Previous month: Slovenia January 2018: Renault Clio back on top, Fiat up 4-fold

One year ago: Slovenia February 2017: Renault up 67%, Hyundai Tucson on podium

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Slovenia January 2018: Renault Clio back on top, Fiat up 4-fold

The Panda (+381%) helps Fiat up 286% in Slovenia in January.

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New car sales in Slovenia are up 5.8% year-on-year in January to 6.472 registrations and Volkswagen remains the favourite brand in the country at 14.6% share, trailing the market slightly at +4%. The podium is unchanged on FY2017 with Renault (-10%) and Skoda (+2%) in tow. Peugeot leaps 14% to #4, Fiat is up 4-fold to #6, Toyota up 28% to #10 and Kia (+60%), Suzuki (+24%), Audi (+23%), Seat (+23%), BMW (+20%) and Citroen (+17%) also impressive in the Top 20. Mini (+320%) and Mitsubishi (+108%) also post spectacular gains. Although it celebrated 20 years in the annual pole position last year, the Renault Clio had not ranked #1 in the monthly charts since last May. It is now done despite deliveries down 21% year-on-year in January, with the French subcompact followed by the VW Golf (+20%), Skoda Octavia (+32%) and Dacia Sandero (-21%). The VW Polo surges 82% to #5, the Ford Focus soars 46% to #6, while the Fiat Panda is up a gigantic 381% to #9. The Fiat 500 (+1750%!), Seat Alhambra (+200%), Kia Cee’d (+70%), Peugeot 208 (+61%) and Citroen C3 (+46%) also shine in the Top 20. The Opel Crossland X tops all recent launches (<12 months) at #32, ahead of the VW T-Roc landing directly at #38, the Hyundai Kona (#41) and Skoda Karoq (#44).

Previous post: Slovenia Full Year 2017: Renault Clio marks 20 years at #1

One year ago: Slovenia January 2017: Dacia Sandero and VW Tiguan take off

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