Toyota Corolla faraway leader, Tesla Model Y up to #3 in market sinking -27.3% – Best Selling Cars Blog

Toyota Corolla faraway leader, Tesla Model Y up to #3 in market sinking -27.3% – Best Selling Cars Blog

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Toyota Corolla sales are up 3.3% in a market down -27.3%

The Finnish new car market sinks -27.3% year-on-year in March to 7,406 sales, leading to a year-to-date tally down -22% to 21,397 units. Toyota (-12.8%) reinforces its ultra-domination with 17.7% share, more than twice any other carmaker in the country. Toyota holds 19.4% of the market year-to-date. Volvo (-8%) remains in 2nd place for the month and year-to-date, with Kia (-21.5%) staying at #3. Volkswagen (-47%) and Skoda (-47.9%) almost halve their year-ago sales, whereas Tesla (+40.9%) and Opel (+6.4%) post the only year-on-year gains in the Top 10. Below, Polestar (+1100%), Fiat (+63%), Lexus (+28%), Porsche (+22.9%), Dacia (+18%) and Cupra (+10.2%) shine with YoY gains.

Model-wise, the Toyota Corolla (+3.3%) cements its domination with a 6.3% share, in line with the 6.4% it commands year-to-date. The Toyota Yaris (-38.6%) is up one spot on February to #2 while the Tesla Model Y leaps from outside the February Top 30 directly to #3 as the end-of-quarter deliveries artificially boost its volume. The Nissan Qashqai (-43.4%) is up three ranks to #4, distancing the Volvo XC60 (+24.4%) and Opel Astra (+26.1%) both in outstanding shape. The Kia Ceed (+15.3%) also goes against the market at #8. The Toyota Yaris Cross (#9) leads recent launches above the Opel Mokka (#16), Kia EV6 (#28) and Hyundai Ioniq 5 (#30).

Previous month: Finland February 2022: Kia (+17.3%) places EV6 at #12 in market falling -22%

One year ago: Finland March 2021: Skoda Octavia reclaims top spot, Ford Kuga up to record #8, market up 12.8%

Full March 2022 Top 30 brands and models below.

Finland March 2022 – brands:

Pos Brand Mar-22 % /21 Feb 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Toyota 1,309 17.7% -12.8% 1 4,149 19.4% -5.6% 1 1
2 Volvo 646 8.7% -8.0% 2 2,030 9.5% -16.4% 2 5
3 Kia 580 7.8% -21.5% 3 1,792 8.4% 3.5% 3 4
4 Volkswagen 541 7.3% -47.0% 6 1,448 6.8% -44.3% 5 2
5 Skoda 476 6.4% -47.9% 4 1,568 7.3% -41.7% 4 3
6 Mercedes 476 6.4% -16.2% 9 1,188 5.6% -33.1% 8 6
7 Tesla 420 5.7% 40.9% 24 457 2.1% 25.9% 13 17
8 BMW 400 5.4% -12.5% 5 1,307 6.1% 1.1% 6 8
9 Opel 400 5.4% 6.4% 7 1,071 5.0% 16.0% 9 13
10 Ford 383 5.2% -42.1% 8 1,194 5.6% -32.3% 7 7
11 Nissan 323 4.4% -40.7% 10 859 4.0% -22.1% 10 11
12 Audi 239 3.2% -42.3% 11 719 3.4% -37.0% 11 9
13 Hyundai 201 2.7% -45.1% 12 613 2.9% -26.8% 12 10
14 Peugeot 139 1.9% -55.7% 14 387 1.8% -53.8% 14 12
15 Citroen 107 1.4% -59.0% 13 376 1.8% -40.9% 15 14
16 Mitsubishi 103 1.4% -34.0% 19 214 1.0% -26.7% 18 19
17 Dacia 72 1.0% 18.0% 16 303 1.4% -8.7% 16 21
18 Polestar 72 1.0% 1100.0% 18 155 0.7% 2483.3% 20 30
19 Mazda 65 0.9% -14.5% 17 203 0.9% -13.6% 19 20
20 Renault 63 0.9% -34.4% 15 219 1.0% -39.0% 17 15
21 Suzuki 60 0.8% -38.1% 21 147 0.7% -40.5% 22 18
22 Cupra 54 0.7% 10.2% 29 101 0.5% 12.2% 25 27
23 Fiat 44 0.6% 63.0% 27 86 0.4% 17.8% 27 22
24 Porsche 43 0.6% 22.9% 25 133 0.6% 114.5% 23 25
25 Land Rover 39 0.5% -4.9% 23 114 0.5% 20.0% 24 26
26 Lexus 32 0.4% 28.0% 26 91 0.4% 8.3% 26 29
27 Seat 30 0.4% -86.8% 20 153 0.7% -76.2% 21 16
28 Subaru 20 0.3% -41.2% 22 79 0.4% -18.6% 28 24
29 Honda 20 0.3% -42.9% n/a 53 0.2% -32.9% 29 28
30 Mini 8 0.1% -72.4% 28 49 0.2% -38.0% 30 23

Finland March 2022 – models:

Note: This ranking features the Top 30 models year-to-date ordered based on their March sales and may therefore not be 100% accurate.

Pos Model Mar-22 % /21 Feb 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Toyota Corolla 465 6.3% 3.3% 1 1,364 6.4% 5.7% 1 1
2 Toyota Yaris 289 3.9% -38.6% 3 796 3.7% -45.2% 2 2
3 Tesla Model Y 257 3.5% new n/a 289 1.4% new 14 66
4 Nissan Qashqai 228 3.1% -43.4% 7 588 2.7% -29.5% 5 7
5 Volvo XC60 224 3.0% 24.4% 2 704 3.3% 2.8% 4 5
6 Opel Astra 179 2.4% 26.1% 14 417 1.9% 18.5% 11 37
7 Toyota RAV4 178 2.4% -36.9% 4 715 3.3% -20.1% 3 4
8 Kia Ceed 166 2.2% 15.3% 8 527 2.5% 81.7% 7 12
9 Toyota Yaris Cross 164 2.2% new 11 483 2.3% new 9 135
10 Tesla Model 3 163 2.2% -45.3% n/a n/a n/a n/a 40 21
11 Volvo XC40 148 2.0% -37.6% 10 424 2.0% -41.3% 10 6
12 Toyota C-HR 142 1.9% -31.1% 6 585 2.7% 12.1% 6 11
13 Volvo V60 109 1.5% -25.3% 13 360 1.7% -33.6% 12 9
14 Ford Kuga 94 1.3% -60.7% 28 284 1.3% -25.8% 16 17
15 BMW 3 Series 92 1.2% -40.3% 9 335 1.6% -22.3% 13 14
16 Opel Mokka 92 1.2% new 20 286 1.3% new 15 75
17 Skoda Kodiaq 92 1.2% 8.2% 16 247 1.2% 31.4% 20 50
18 VW Golf 92 1.2% -63.1% 19 227 1.1% -60.5% 23 10
19 Ford Puma 84 1.1% -2.3% 24 226 1.1% -2.6% 24 40
20 Skoda Kamiq 80 1.1% -15.8% 26 211 1.0% -25.4% 27 22
21 VW T-Roc 80 1.1% -20.0% 27 209 1.0% -14.3% 28 34
22 Kia Niro 77 1.0% -4.9% 18 228 1.1% 3.6% 22 23
23 BMW 5 Series 74 1.0% -18.7% 17 241 1.1% -13.6% 21 31
24 Skoda Octavia 73 1.0% -84.9% 5 487 2.3% -67.1% 8 3
25 Ford Focus 70 0.9% -41.2% 22 281 1.3% -47.1% 17 19
26 Kia Xceed 67 0.9% 59.5% 21 197 0.9% 140.2% 30 70
27 Citroen C3 66 0.9% -63.3% 15 250 1.2% -36.5% 19 26
28 Kia EV6 63 0.9% new 12 258 1.2% new 18 160
29 BMW X3 59 0.8% 32.1% 23 216 1.0% 101.9% 25 48
30 Hyundai Ioniq 5 42 0.6% new n/a 213 1.0% new 26 106
31 Dacia Duster 42 0.6% -25.0% 29 198 0.9% -34.7% 29 43

Source: aut.fi

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