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The VW Taigo follows the same pass as the T-Cross in Croatia.

4,470 new cars hit Croatian roads in April, a 7.3% year-on-year improvement which goes against the overall European trend. The year-to-date tally now stands at 14,233 units, down just -3.1% over the same period in 2021. Kia (+126%) spectacularly holds onto the brands pole position, 7 sales above Volkswagen (-14.1%) which now holds the YTD top spot. Opel (-0.8%) edges down to close the podium while below, Dacia (+65.3%), Toyota (+104.7%) and Hyundai (+64%) all post fantastic gains to round out the Top 6. Skoda (-57.8%) suffers from stock shortages at #7 and abandons the YTD top spot. Audi (+54.5%) also impresses in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas Suzuki (-28.8%) and Renault (-11.9%) underperform. Cupra (+338.5%), Jeep (+262.5%), Ford (+148.1%), Fiat (+142.9%) and Volvo (+92%) stand out further down.

Model-wise, the Dacia Duster (+54.7%) is the best-seller for the month ahead of the Opel Mokka (+821%) repeating at #2. The Kia Stonic (+119.4%) is up three spots on March to #3 while the new VW Taigo is back up from outside the March Top 20 directly to a world-best #4. The VW T-Roc (-1.5%) closes out the Top 5 just as the Kia Ceed (+150.9%), Hyundai Tucson (+101.8%) and Dacia Sandero (+34.4%) all post fantastic gains in the remainder of the Top 10. Reversely the Opel Corsa (-63.4%), leader a year ago, and the VW T-Cross (-35.7%), surely cannibalised by the Taigo, show paltry results. Further down, the Ford Ecosport (+760%), Mazda CX-30 (+116.2%) and Toyota Yaris (+50%) stand out. The Suzuki Vitara (#13), Audi Q3 (#15), Suzuki S-Cross (#19) and Opel Crossland (#20) also point their bonnet inside the Top 20. Still leader YTD, the Skoda Octavia (-84.6%) steps out of the Top 20.

Previous month: Croatia March 2022: Hyundai Tucson, Opel Mokka, Kia Xceed lead, sales off -6.8%

One year ago: Croatia April 2021: Opel Corsa leads market down -51.7% on two years ago

Full April 2022 Top 40 All-brands and Top 20 models below.

 Croatia April 2022 – brands:

Pos Brand Apr-22 % /21 Mar 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Kia 513 11.5% 126.0% 1 1,351 9.5% 73.4% 2 4
2 Volkswagen 506 11.3% -14.1% 4 1,424 10.0% -40.6% 1 1
3 Opel 387 8.7% -0.8% 3 980 6.9% 26.8% 4 3
4 Dacia 352 7.9% 65.3% 7 943 6.6% 17.3% 6 5
5 Toyota 303 6.8% 104.7% 5 945 6.6% 75.3% 5 10
6 Hyundai 292 6.5% 64.0% 8 927 6.5% 17.0% 7 7
7 Skoda 234 5.2% -57.8% 2 1,302 9.1% -33.6% 3 2
8 Renault 230 5.1% -11.9% 10 696 4.9% -18.7% 8 6
9 Audi 221 4.9% 54.5% 12 592 4.2% 45.8% 10 13
10 Suzuki 178 4.0% -28.8% 13 482 3.4% -42.6% 12 8
11 Mazda 152 3.4% 39.4% 9 573 4.0% 54.0% 11 14
12 Peugeot 135 3.0% -44.9% 14 416 2.9% -38.8% 14 9
13 Ford 129 2.9% 148.1% 6 620 4.4% 248.3% 9 19
14 BMW 110 2.5% 57.1% 15 376 2.6% 5.9% 15 15
15 Fiat 102 2.3% 142.9% 21 240 1.7% -57.7% 20 17
16 Mercedes 98 2.2% -10.1% 11 455 3.2% 18.8% 13 16
17 Jeep 87 1.9% 262.5% 18 356 2.5% 113.2% 16 20
18 Nissan 79 1.8% -28.2% 17 273 1.9% -17.3% 18 18
19 Citroen 77 1.7% -53.6% 16 287 2.0% -26.4% 17 12
20 Seat 74 1.7% -42.2% 19 254 1.8% -54.4% 19 11
21 Cupra 57 1.3% 338.5% 22 140 1.0% 241.5% 22 26
22 Volvo 48 1.1% 92.0% 20 209 1.5% 80.2% 21 21
23 Lancia 19 0.4% n/a  – 19 0.1% n/a 29  –
24 Porsche 15 0.3% -25.0% 24 89 0.6% 20.3% 23 24
25 Mitsubishi 15 0.3% -28.6% 25 51 0.4% -7.3% 24 27
26 Jaguar 11 0.2% 22.2% 32 22 0.2% 22.2% 28 29
27 Mini 10 0.2% -33.3% 28 49 0.3% -3.9% 25 28
28 Honda 9 0.2% -66.7% 23 44 0.3% -42.1% 26 23
29 Land Rover 7 0.2% -61.1% 27 40 0.3% -27.3% 27 25
30 DS 6 0.1% n/a  – 8 0.1% n/a 35  –
31 Tesla 3 0.1% n/a 26 18 0.1% -43.8% 30 22
32 Lexus 2 0.0% 0.0% 29 11 0.1% 175.0% 31 33
33 Alfa Romeo 2 0.0% n/a 31 11 0.1% 37.5% 32 31
34 Smart 2 0.0% 0.0% 30 10 0.1% -28.6% 33 32
35 Bentley 2 0.0% n/a 35 4 0.0% 100.0% 37 38
36 Subaru 1 0.0% -80.0% 33 9 0.1% 28.6% 34 30
37 Lamborghini 1 0.0% n/a  – 1 0.0% 0.0% 39 36
38 Dongfeng 0 0.0% new 34 4 0.0% new 36 39
39 Lotus 0 0.0% n/a  – 1 0.0% n/a 38  –

Croatia April 2022 – models:

Pos Model Apr-22 % /21 Mar 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Dacia Duster 181 4.0% 54.7% 5 471 3.3% -8.5% 2 3
2 Opel Mokka 175 3.9% 821.0% 2 413 2.9% 2073.7% 3 n/a
3 Kia Stonic 158 3.5% 119.4% 6 382 2.7% 36.9% 4 10
4 VW Taigo 148 3.3% new n/a 289 2.0% new 11 n/a
5 VW T-Roc 134 3.0% -1.5% n/a 341 2.4% -32.7% 8 6
6 Kia Ceed 133 3.0% 150.9% 9 284 2.0% 64.2% 12 18
7 Dacia Sandero 125 2.8% 34.4% 4 369 2.6% 33.7% 5 5
8 Hyundai Tucson 115 2.6% 101.8% 1 352 2.5% 1.7% 6 8
9 Opel Corsa 113 2.5% -63.4% 10 258 1.8% -46.0% 13 1
10 VW T-Cross 110 2.5% -35.7% 15 231 1.6% -60.6% 18 4
11 Kia Xceed 109 2.4% 230.3% 3 351 2.5% 251.0% 7 n/a
12 Renault Clio 93 2.1% -17.7% 17 299 2.1% -25.4% 10 7
13 Suzuki Vitara 92 2.1% -6.1% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 9
14 Ford Ecosport 86 1.9% 760.0% n/a 213 1.5% 826.1% 19 n/a
15 Audi Q3 81 1.8% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
16 Hyundai Kona 81 1.8% 47.3% n/a 253 1.8% 63.2% 14 n/a
17 Mazda CX-30 80 1.8% 116.2% 16 241 1.7% 72.1% 15 n/a
18 Toyota Yaris 78 1.7% 50.0% 18 n/a n/a n/a n/a 19
19 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross 73 1.6% n/a 20 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
20 Opel Crossland 71 1.6% n/a 14 n/a n/a n/a n/a 11
n/a Toyota Corolla 54 1.2% 42.1% 13 240 1.7% 108.7% 16 n/a
n/a Skoda Kodiaq 50 1.1% 2.0% n/a 237 1.7% 15.6% 17 n/a
n/a Jeep Compass 38 0.9% 80.9% 12 301 2.1% 103.4% 9 n/a
n/a Skoda Octavia 35 0.8% -84.6% 11 481 3.4% -40.8% 1 2
n/a Skoda Kamiq 34 0.8% -68.8% n/a 203 1.4% -35.1% 20 14

Source: Promocija Plus

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