Kia Stonic leads, Toyota Yaris #1 year-to-date, sales off -6.6% – Best Selling Cars Blog

Kia Stonic leads, Toyota Yaris #1 year-to-date, sales off -6.6% – Best Selling Cars Blog

The Kia Stonic is the best-selling vehicle in Cyprus in June.

Thanks to our local partners SEMO Cyprus and INNOSOFT, we can share with you today new car sales figures for Cyprus, a market down -6.6% year-on-year to 1,023 units. Thanks to a very strong start of the year, the H1 tally remains in positive at +5.9% to 6,133 sales. This month the Kia Stonic (+13.1%) claims the title of best-seller but only ranks #9 year-to-date. Leader last month, the Toyota Yaris (+5.6%) drops to #2 in June but advances to the YTD pole position thanks to a very weak month by the VW T-Roc (-70%). The Toyota C-HR (+45.7%) and Kia Rio (+52%) both sport fantastic gains just below while the Toyota RAV4 (-2.8%) is up 16 spots on May to #5 but down year-on-year. Excellent scores by the Toyota Corolla (+328.6%), Hyundai Kona (+107.1%) and Audi Q3 (+52.9%) in the remainder of the Top 10. The Nissan Micra (#23) and Ford Puma (#25) break into the YTD Top 30.

Previous month: Cyprus May 2022: Toyota Yaris best-seller in market up 26.8%

Full June 2022 Top 20 and YTD Top 30 models below.

Note: This update includes the Top 30 models YTD ordered based on their June sales and may therefore not be 100% accurate.

Cyprus June 2022 – models:

Pos Model Jun-22 % /21 May 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Kia Stonic 69 6.7% 13.1% 4 167 2.7% -35.8% 9 3
2 Toyota Yaris 57 5.6% 5.6% 1 334 5.4% 53.2% 1 6
3 Toyota C-HR 51 5.0% 45.7% 5 279 4.5% 33.5% 3 5
4 Kia Rio 38 3.7% 52.0% 2 182 3.0% 82.0% 7 12
5 Toyota RAV4 35 3.4% -2.8% 21 162 2.6% -6.9% 10 7
6 Toyota Corolla 30 2.9% 328.6% 10 108 1.8% 80.0% 15 n/a
7 Hyundai Kona 29 2.8% 107.1% 11 120 2.0% 69.0% 13 19
8 Audi Q3 26 2.5% 52.9% n/a 121 2.0% 68.1% 12 15
9 Kia Sportage 25 2.4% -32.4% 6 182 3.0% -18.4% 8 1
10 Kia Ceed 23 2.2% -42.5% 8 192 3.1% 82.9% 5 16
11 Nissan Juke 23 2.2% -4.2% 16 189 3.1% -16.7% 6 9
12 Hyundai Tucson 21 2.1% -58.0% 7 249 4.1% 17.5% 4 4
13 Nissan Micra (est) 20 2.0% n/a n/a 61 1.0% 79.4% 23 24
14 Ford Puma (est) 19 1.9% 26.7% n/a 59 1.0% -32.2% 25 10
15 Nissan Qashqai 18 1.8% -59.1% 13 113 1.8% -36.9% 14 8
16 Volvo XC40 17 1.7% 325.0% 15 87 1.4% -17.1% 16 13
17 BMW X1 13 1.3% 62.5% 18 82 1.3% 2.5% 17 17
18 Dacia Duster 13 1.3% 0.0% n/a 60 1.0% -14.3% 24 20
19 Skoda Kamiq 13 1.3% 30.0% n/a 65 1.1% 58.5% 21 28
20 Mercedes GLB 9 0.9% 80.0% 20 53 0.9% 29.3% 26 n/a
n/a Kia Picanto 8 0.8% -46.7% 3 153 2.5% 131.8% 11 23
n/a Dacia Sandero 7 0.7% 250.0% n/a 64 1.0% 814.3% 22 n/a
n/a VW T-Roc 6 0.6% -70.0% n/a 305 5.0% 8.9% 2 2
n/a Jeep Wrangler 5 0.5% -76.2% 9 82 1.3% 105.0% 18 n/a
n/a Renault Captur 5 0.5% -58.3% 19 74 1.2% -12.9% 20 18
n/a VW T-Cross 5 0.5% -37.5% 12 76 1.2% -49.3% 19 11
n/a Seat Arona 4 0.4% -63.6% n/a 51 0.8% 21.4% 28 n/a
n/a Mercedes GLA 3 0.3% -25.0% 14 50 0.8% -2.0% 29 30
n/a Mini Countryman 1 0.1% -102.3% n/a 53 0.9% 8.2% 27 n/a

Source: INNOSOFT

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