May 11, 2021

Cyprus March 2021: Nissan Juke best-seller in market up 36.2%

The Nissan Juke is the best-selling vehicle in Cyprus in March.

Based on data by SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, the Cyprus new car market is back up 36.2% year-on-year in March to 1.011 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down -6% to 2.746. This month the Nissan Juke (+236.8%) takes control of the models charts, snapping the year-to-date pole position at the same time. The Kia Sportage (+32.4%) and Hyundai Tucson (+60%) complete a podium 100% SUV above the Toyota Yaris (+6.7%). The Volvo XC40 (+166.7%), Kia Stonic (+116.7%) and Nissan Qashqai (+48.4%) also outpace the market in the remainder of the Top 10. Leader last month, the VW T-Roc drops to #15 in March. Notice also the Ford Puma up 6 spots on February to #14 overall and ranking #19 so far this year.

Previous month: Cyprus February 2021: VW T-Roc takes control of market off -11.7%, 9 SUVs in Top 9

One year ago: Cyprus March 2020: Toyota Yaris leads army of SUVs in market down -16.3%

Full March 2021 Top 30 models ranking below.

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

Cyprus March 2021 – models:

Pos Model Mar-21 % /20 Feb 2021 % /20 Pos FY20
1 Nissan Juke 64 6.3% 236.8% 6 138 5.0% 115.6% 1 7
2 Kia Sportage 49 4.8% 32.4% 4 101 3.7% 32.9% 5 8
3 Hyundai Tucson 48 4.7% 60.0% 2 109 4.0% -7.6% 4 4
4 Toyota Yaris 48 4.7% 6.7% 10 101 3.7% -14.4% 6 6
5 Nissan Qashqai 46 4.5% 48.4% 21 74 2.7% -18.7% 10 5
6 Kia Stonic 39 3.9% 116.7% 7 88 3.2% -27.9% 9 1
7 Toyota C-HR 38 3.8% 15.2% 3 91 3.3% -24.8% 7 3
8 Jeep Renegade 31 3.1% 19.2% 5 121 4.4% 57.1% 3 10
9 VW T-Cross 25 2.5% -3.8% 13 90 3.3% 16.9% 8 11
10 Volvo XC40 24 2.4% 166.7% 9 70 2.5% 70.7% 11 15
11 Kia Ceed 21 2.1% 600.0% 23 45 1.6% 40.6% 14 17
12 VW Golf 19 1.9% 280.0% 22 35 1.3% 12.9% 21 20
13 Audi Q3 17 1.7% 54.5% n/a 30 1.1% -9.1% 24 16
14 Ford Puma 16 1.6% new 20 37 1.3% new 19 n/a
15 VW T-Roc 16 1.6% 128.6% 1 131 4.8% 50.6% 2 2
16 Nissan X-Trail 15 1.5% 50.0% 12 43 1.6% 13.2% 15 26
17 Kia Rio 14 1.4% -17.6% 11 40 1.5% -62.6% 16 13
18 Renault Captur 14 1.4% 16.7% 18 40 1.5% -33.3% 17 14
19 Toyota Corolla 14 1.4% -22.2% 24 31 1.1% -31.1% 23 21
20 BMW X3 12 1.2% 140.0% 19 29 1.1% 190.0% 26 n/a
21 Range Rover Evoque 12 1.2% 200.0% n/a 24 0.9% -52.9% 28 19
22 Dacia Duster 11 1.1% n/a 14 33 1.2% 120.0% 22 24
23 Peugeot 2008 11 1.1% n/a 17 38 1.4% n/a 18 n/a
24 Toyota Aygo 11 1.1% -15.4% n/a 24 0.9% -33.3% 29 29
25 Nissan Micra 10 1.0% 66.7% n/a 23 0.8% -30.3% 30 25
26 Toyota RAV4 10 1.0% -60.0% 8 59 2.1% -24.4% 12 9
27 Hyundai Kona 8 0.8% -57.9% 16 35 1.3% -30.0% 20 12
28 Mitsubishi ASX 6 0.6% -50.0% 26 28 1.0% -28.2% 27 23
29 BMW X2 4 0.4% -20.0% 25 30 1.1% 100.0% 25 n/a
30 BMW X1 3 0.3% -62.5% 15 50 1.8% 0.0% 13 18

Source: SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT

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