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Greece 2020. Best selling cars ranking

Greece best-selling cars ranking up to September of 2020 reports the Toyota Yaris on top for the 7th year in a row, with 6.8% of share. The Volkswagen Polo fell 2 positions ending up in 6th place, while the Nissan Qashqai entered the podium jumping 4 spots and now holds 3.3% market share.
In 2020 up to September, the Greek best selling car ranking registered the 7th consecutive year of the Toyota Yaris domain, which during the last decade has been stable around 6% of market share. Indeed, the Toyota Yaris in 2020 reached 6.8% market share with 4.036 units sold.
Behind, the Peugeot 208 jumped in second place from fifth place, landing at 3.6% of share and 2.126 units sold, followed by the Nissan Qashqai -up 4 spots- with 1.966 units sold (3.3% share), the Opel Corsa -down 2 spots- with 1.851 units sold (3.1%) and the Renault Clio -up 3 spots- with 1.598 units sold (2.7% share).
In sixth place, the Volkswagen Polo -down 2 spots- with 1.561 sales (2.6% share), followed by the Citroen C3 with 1.508 sales (2.5% share) and the Toyota C-HR -up 5 positions- with 1.470 units sold (2.5% share).
Closing the top 10, we find the Toyota Aygo -up 3 spots- with 1.434 units sold (2.4% share) ahead of the Hyundai i10  which lost 1 position, with 1.276 units sold (2.2% share).
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for top 50 models.

Balaji’s crazed wisdom on Howard Lindzon podcast: “There will be both deflation in wants and inflation in needs”
Tuesday November 03, 2020

Balaji appeared on Howard Lindzon’s Panic With Friends recently and I took a bunch of notes and wanted to share them here. As usual Balaji is going 150mph and some of his insights are pretty out there, but clearly the product of deep thought and research. So I need to review what he says multiple […]

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Senegal 2020. The market declines 10.8% Year to Date in September
Monday November 09, 2020

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