Hyundai sales are up 137.2% in a market down -15.1%.

New light vehicle sales in Turkey drop -15.1% year-on-year in February to 49,652 units on a record February 2021. The year-to-date volume is now down -14.1% to  87,783 sales. Fiat (-37.7%) remains the most popular carmaker in the country but crumbles down. It is followed by Renault (-2.8%) limiting its decline and Ford (-16.9%) falling slightly faster than the market. Like last month, Hyundai (+137.2%) is the best performer this month and remains in 4th place vs. #7 over the Full Year 2021. Below an unchanged Top 4, Toyota (-1.5%) gains one spot on January to #5 and Peugeot (-7.8%) is up three to #6. Dacia (+28.1%) and Opel (+28.1%) impress in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas Volkswagen (-52%) implodes. Further down, DS (+82.9%), BMW (+54.6%), Porsche (+41.9%) Audi (+50.7%) and Volvo (+17.6%) make themselves noticed.

Previous month: Turkey January 2022: Hyundai (+163.6%) shows off in market down -12.8%

One year ago: Turkey February 2021: Fiat (+85.5%) sails off in another record market (+24.1%)

Full February 2022 Top 43 All-brands ranking below.

Turkey February 2022- brands:

Pos Brand Feb-22 % /21 Jan 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Fiat 6,812 13.7% -37.7% 1 13,683 15.6% -14.4% 1 1
2 Renault 6,155 12.4% -2.8% 2 10,839 12.3% 6.0% 2 2
3 Ford 4,767 9.6% -16.9% 3 9,117 10.4% -8.3% 3 4
4 Hyundai 4,310 8.7% 137.2% 4 8,013 9.1% 148.7% 4 7
5 Toyota 3,817 7.7% -1.5% 6 6,024 6.9% -26.3% 5 5
6 Peugeot 3,145 6.3% -7.8% 9 4,985 5.7% -24.5% 7 6
7 Dacia 2,897 5.8% 28.1% 5 5,645 6.4% 27.6% 6 8
8 Opel 2,791 5.6% 28.1% 8 4,637 5.3% 15.2% 8 11
9 Volkswagen 2,686 5.4% -52.0% 10 4,316 4.9% -58.1% 9 3
10 Citroen 1,857 3.7% -16.9% 7 3,732 4.3% 0.9% 10 9
11 Honda 1,805 3.6% 2.6% 11 3,119 3.6% -5.9% 11 10
12 Skoda 1,683 3.4% -37.9% 12 2,606 3.0% -43.8% 12 12
13 BMW 1,449 2.9% 54.6% 16 1,863 2.1% 20.2% 14 15
14 Audi 1,126 2.3% 50.7% 13 1,870 2.1% 17.9% 13 17
15 Kia 941 1.9% -44.8% 14 1,623 1.8% -48.7% 15 14
16 Mercedes 936 1.9% -33.0% 15 1,517 1.7% -40.0% 16 13
17 Volvo 500 1.0% 17.6% 19 725 0.8% 13.3% 19 19
18 Seat 483 1.0% -63.2% 18 755 0.9% -65.6% 17 18
19 Nissan 376 0.8% -78.4% 17 754 0.9% -76.9% 18 16
20 Iveco 222 0.4% 6.2% 21 340 0.4% 13.3% 20 23
21 Jeep 164 0.3% -38.3% 20 320 0.4% -27.8% 21 22
22 Mitsubishi 101 0.2% -75.5% 22 218 0.2% -75.1% 22 20
23 SsangYong 84 0.2% -12.5% 24 156 0.2% -15.2% 23 27
24 Suzuki 68 0.1% -25.3% 31 88 0.1% -47.6% 28 21
25 DS 64 0.1% 82.9% 27 95 0.1% 72.7% 26 28
26 Porsche 61 0.1% 41.9% 34 78 0.1% -7.1% 29 30
27 Land Rover 59 0.1% -21.3% 23 139 0.2% -9.7% 24 24
28 Isuzu 54 0.1% 800.0% 26 89 0.1% 368.4% 27 26
29 Mini 50 0.1% -12.3% 25 113 0.1% -42.9% 25 25
30 Cupra 44 0.1% new 29 73 0.1% new 30 32
31 MG 40 0.1% new 30 64 0.1% new 31 31
32 Subaru 33 0.1% 22.2% 28 63 0.1% 8.6% 32 29
33 Karsan 26 0.1% 116.7% 32 43 0.0% 19.4% 33 35
34 DFSK 11 0.0% new  – 11 0.0% new 37 39
35 Mazda 9 0.0% -10.0% 35 15 0.0% -11.8% 35 36
36 Maserati 8 0.0% 60.0% 36 13 0.0% 85.7% 36 38
37 Lexus 5 0.0% -64.3% 33 22 0.0% -37.1% 34 33
38 Alfa Romeo 4 0.0% -80.0% 39 5 0.0% -94.8% 38 34
39 Ferrari 3 0.0% #DIV/0!  – 3 0.0% 200.0% 41 41
40 Aston Martin 2 0.0% 0.0% 37 5 0.0% 0.0% 39 40
41 Bentley 2 0.0% 100.0% 40 3 0.0% 200.0% 40 43
42 Jaguar 2 0.0% 0.0%  – 2 0.0% -66.7% 42 37
43 Lamborghini 0 0.0% -100.0% 38 2 0.0% -33.3% 43 42

Source: ODD



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