Skoda Octavia and Tesla Model Y top market down -18.9% – Best Selling Cars Blog


The Tesla Model Y is up to a record #2 in Austria in February. Picture derstandard.de

The Austrian new car market sinks -18.9% year-on-year in February to just 16,103 sales, leading to a year-to-date volume off -6.7% to 31,722. Volkswagen (-46%) keeps the lead of the brands ranking despite a steep fall, ending the month only 60 sales above Skoda (-18.8%). Audi (+16.1%) and BMW (+5.4%) challenge the negative market to close the Top 5 in impressive fashion. Kia (+34.4%) and Toyota (+61.8%) are the only additional gainers in the Top 10, with Ford (-44.6%), Seat (-40.5%), Renault (-29.2%) and Mercedes (-24.9%) all falling faster than the market. Below and in order of sales, notice Tesla (+20.2%), Cupra (+162.1%), Mini (+27%), Honda (+25.3%), MG (+110.8%), Subaru (+105.9%) and Lexus (+360%) all in great shape.

Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia (-34.8%) reclaims the top spot for the third time in the past four month despite falling apart, it is followed by the Tesla Model Y up to a record #2 and eclipsing its previous best of #3 hit last November. The Model Y also breaks its volume and ranking records this month. The Toyota Yaris (+92.5%) is in impressive shape and gains four spots on January to land at #3 above the Skoda Fabia (-28.6%) and VW Polo (-36.3%). The Peugeot 3008 (+105.5%) comes from outside the January Top 20 directly to #7 partly thanks to its facelift. The Audi A3 (+97.5%), Suzuki S-Cross (+78.3%), VW Bus (+44%) and Mini Cooper (+27%) also make themselves noticed in the remainder of the Top 20.

Previous month: Austria January 2022: VW Taigo and Cupra Born inside Top 10 of market up 10.5%

One year ago: Austria February 2021: Skoda Octavia, VW T-Roc and T-Cross lead, sales down -5.7%

Full February 2022 Top 45 All-brands and Top 20 models below.

Austria February 2022 – brands:

Pos Brand Feb-22 % /21 Jan 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Volkswagen 1,691 10.5% -46.0% 1 4,395 13.9% -26.0% 1 1
2 Skoda 1,631 10.1% -18.8% 2 3,241 10.2% -2.7% 2 2
3 Audi 1,123 7.0% 16.1% 3 2,374 7.5% 29.7% 3 6
4 BMW 1,116 6.9% 5.4% 4 2,099 6.6% -8.7% 4 3
5 Seat 1,024 6.4% -40.5% 11 1,588 5.0% -51.6% 5 4
6 Ford 747 4.6% -44.6% 6 1,529 4.8% -22.5% 7 7
7 Mercedes 738 4.6% -24.9% 5 1,532 4.8% -8.2% 6 5
8 Kia 731 4.5% 34.4% 10 1,308 4.1% 50.3% 10 12
9 Toyota 707 4.4% 61.8% 7 1,414 4.5% 91.6% 8 16
10 Renault 664 4.1% -29.2% 12 1,216 3.8% -21.8% 11 9
11 Peugeot 648 4.0% -2.8% 8 1,337 4.2% 23.1% 9 13
12 Mazda 548 3.4% 5.4% 18 859 2.7% 12.7% 14 14
13 Hyundai 507 3.1% 0.6% 13 1,001 3.2% 21.9% 13 8
14 Suzuki 455 2.8% -6.4% 19 700 2.2% 3.4% 18 17
15 Opel 447 2.8% -46.5% 17 765 2.4% -40.4% 15 11
16 Tesla 435 2.7% 20.2% 30 463 1.5% -2.3% 21 19
17 Fiat 395 2.5% -45.4% 15 746 2.4% -38.9% 16 10
18 Dacia 365 2.3% -35.5% 9 1,032 3.3% 28.4% 12 15
19 Citroen 365 2.3% -11.2% 20 587 1.9% -2.7% 19 18
20 Cupra 325 2.0% 162.1% 14 706 2.2% 212.4% 17 25
21 Volvo 235 1.5% -19.5% 16 556 1.8% -1.8% 20 20
22 Nissan 212 1.3% 9.8% 23 373 1.2% 25.2% 22 22
23 Mini 202 1.3% 27.0% 21 369 1.2% 31.3% 23 21
24 Jeep 158 1.0% -15.5% 24 261 0.8% -10.6% 24 24
25 Mitsubishi 138 0.9% -28.5% 25 232 0.7% -18.3% 26 23
26 Honda 94 0.6% 25.3% 27 164 0.5% 33.3% 27 28
27 MG 78 0.5% 110.8% 28 145 0.5% 158.9% 29 30
28 Land Rover 73 0.5% -50.7% 26 158 0.5% -27.2% 28 26
29 Porsche 70 0.4% -5.4% 22 234 0.7% 59.2% 25 27
30 Subaru 35 0.2% 105.9% 29 69 0.2% 102.9% 30 32
31 Polestar 33 0.2% new 33 53 0.2% new 32 36
32 Alfa Romeo 32 0.2% -22.0% 31 57 0.2% 16.3% 31 31
33 Jaguar 24 0.1% -66.2% 32 49 0.2% -62.9% 33 29
34 Lexus 23 0.1% 360.0% 34 41 0.1% 310.0% 34 34
35 DS 9 0.1% -40.0% 35 20 0.1% 0.0% 35 35
36 Smart 9 0.1% -35.7% 37 15 0.0% -44.4% 36 33
37 Ferrari 8 0.0% 33.3% 39 10 0.0% 42.9% 37 37
38 Aston Martin 2 0.0% n/a 36 8 0.0% 700.0% 38 40
39 Maserati 2 0.0% 0.0% 43 3 0.0% 50.0% 41 41
40 Bentley 1 0.0% 0.0% 38 5 0.0% 150.0% 39 42
41 Lamborghini 1 0.0% -66.7% 40 3 0.0% 0.0% 40 38
42 SsangYong 1 0.0% -80.0% 44 2 0.0% -66.7% 42 39
43 Caterham 1 0.0% 0.0%  – 1 0.0% 0.0% 43 46
44 KTM 1 0.0% n/a  – 1 0.0% n/a 45 53
45 Skywell 1 0.0% new  – 1 0.0% new 47 51

Austria February 2022 – models:

Pos Model Feb-22 % /21 Jan 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Skoda Octavia 405 2.5% -34.8% 4 793 2.5% -23.3% 1 2
2 Tesla Model Y 367 2.3% new n/a 379 1.2% new 20 n/a
3 Toyota Yaris 310 1.9% 92.5% 7 601 1.9% 83.2% 5 n/a
4 Skoda Fabia 292 1.8% -28.6% 6 600 1.9% -19.1% 6 6
5 VW Polo 274 1.7% -36.3% 1 734 2.3% -25.5% 2 7
6 Fiat 500 lineup 268 1.7% -38.2% 16 452 1.4% -36.5% 9 1
7 Peugeot 3008 263 1.6% 105.5% n/a 422 1.3% 123.3% 13 n/a
8 VW Bus 262 1.6% 44.0% 3 662 2.1% 56.1% 4 5
9 VW Golf 247 1.5% -14.5% 12 505 1.6% -13.8% 7 3
10 Audi A3 241 1.5% 97.5% 15 426 1.3% 59.6% 12 n/a
11 VW Tiguan 227 1.4% -18.3% 11 488 1.5% -15.0% 8 17
12 Seat Ibiza 223 1.4% -55.8% 20 405 1.3% -52.8% 16 8
13 Seat Leon 221 1.4% -25.3% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 14
14 Dacia Sandero 219 1.4% -22.9% 2 671 2.1% 46.5% 3 9
15 Skoda Kamiq 215 1.3% -35.8% 14 452 1.4% 8.1% 10 n/a
16 Suzuki S-Cross 214 1.3% 78.3% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
17 Skoda Karoq 211 1.3% -20.4% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 15
18 Seat Ateca 210 1.3% -23.6% n/a 380 1.2% -40.3% 19 n/a
19 Seat Arona 207 1.3% -54.4% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 13
20 Mini Cooper 202 1.3% 27.0% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 20
n/a BMW X1 200 1.2% 0.5% 19 382 1.2% -11.8% 18 19
n/a Cupra Born 169 1.0% new 10 435 1.4% new 11 n/a
n/a Ford Kuga 145 0.9% -16.2% 13 388 1.2% 38.1% 17 n/a
n/a Audi Q3 130 0.8% -26.6% 8 414 1.3% 46.3% 14 n/a
n/a Audi Q4 126 0.8% new n/a 282 0.9% new n/a n/a
n/a Renault Zoe 111 0.7% -4.3% n/a 200 0.6% 2.0% n/a n/a
n/a VW T-Roc 90 0.6% -84.3% 5 407 1.3% -59.1% 15 4
n/a Skoda Enyaq 89 0.6% new n/a 221 0.7% new n/a n/a
n/a Tesla Model 3 68 0.4% -81.2% n/a 84 0.3% -81.6% n/a 10
n/a Kia EV6 65 0.4% new n/a 168 0.5% new n/a n/a
n/a Ford Mustang Mach-E 63 0.4% new n/a 182 0.6% new n/a n/a
n/a VW ID.3 57 0.4% -78.1% n/a 145 0.5% -68.4% n/a 16

Source: Statistik Austria



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