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Kia (+125.2%) up to record 24.6% share, market edging up 3.2% – Best Selling Cars Blog

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1 in every 4 new cars in Israel in November is a Kia.

Thanks to our partnership with cartube.co.il, we can share with you today November brands sales data for Israel, models data is a quarterly occurrence. This market is up 3.2% year-on-year to 15,485 registrations, leading to a year-to-date volume up 34.8% to 283,169. Note the all-time annual record in Israel is 286,728 units in 2016, a milestone that is scheduled to be overtaken right about now. Kia (+125.2%) continues to evolve on a different planet, improving its share record to 24.8% vs. 21.6% last month and 13.8% YTD. As a result Kia is up to #2 year-to-date. Toyota (-13.8%) loses ground year-on-year but posts a very decent 17.8% share vs. 13.6% so far this year. Hyundai (-33.9%) is relegated to third place with just 11.3% of the market vs. 15.2% YTD. Suzuki (+5.2%) is up two spots to #4, Citroen (+83.5%) is up four to #5 and Tesla climbs to 6th place overall with 4.1% share vs. 1.9% YTD. All remaining Top 10 brands are in negative, with Nissan (-33.4%) hit the hardest. Below, Dacia (+74.4%) is up 10 ranks on October to #12, while Jeep (+166.1%), MG (+87.5%), BMW (+71.9%) Volvo (+61.2%) and Mercedes (+41.9%) impress.

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Previous month: Israel October 2021: Kia (+155.6%) up to record 21.6% share in market up 29%

One year ago: Israel November 2020: Toyota (+38.6%) leads, ignores market down -7.9%

Full November 2021 Top 55 All-brands ranking below.

Israel November 2021 – brands:

Pos Brand Nov-21 % /20 Oct 2021 % /20 Pos FY20
1 Kia 3,844 24.8% 125.2% 1 39,137 13.8% 56.1% 2 3
2 Toyota 2,761 17.8% -13.8% 3 38,481 13.6% 38.0% 3 2
3 Hyundai 1,745 11.3% -33.9% 2 43,092 15.2% 29.5% 1 1
4 Suzuki 868 5.6% 5.2% 6 10,333 3.6% 21.2% 9 8
5 Citroen 765 4.9% 83.5% 9 6,836 2.4% 17.9% 13 12
6 Tesla 642 4.1% new  – 5,349 1.9% new 15  –
7 Mazda 537 3.5% -11.7% 8 14,942 5.3% 59.8% 5 7
8 Peugeot 466 3.0% -2.7% 12 7,722 2.7% 36.9% 11 13
9 Nissan 446 2.9% -33.4% 5 11,227 4.0% 56.9% 8 10
10 Mitsubishi 423 2.7% -10.0% 4 12,738 4.5% -0.5% 6 5
11 Subaru 376 2.4% 13.6% 10 5,446 1.9% 49.5% 14 15
12 Dacia 293 1.9% 74.4% 22 2,069 0.7% 7.3% 25 19
13 Renault 274 1.8% -57.7% 17 7,465 2.6% 6.4% 12 9
14 Volvo 187 1.2% 61.2% 20 2,208 0.8% 31.4% 24 21
15 Volkswagen 177 1.1% -41.6% 11 4,380 1.5% -0.1% 16 14
16 Skoda 172 1.1% -78.8% 7 18,559 6.6% 3.9% 4 4
17 MG 150 1.0% 87.5% 14 2,745 1.0% 100.2% 21 23
18 Jeep 149 1.0% 166.1% 19 2,512 0.9% 94.7% 22 24
19 Lexus 120 0.8% 2.6% 24 1,812 0.6% 28.0% 26 22
20 Chevrolet/GMC 119 0.8% -54.9% 13 8,400 3.0% 29.4% 10 11
21 Mercedes 105 0.7% 41.9% 23 3,594 1.3% 22.7% 18 17
22 Geely 105 0.7% new  – 106 0.0% new 43  –
23 Opel 104 0.7% 20.9% 35 1,662 0.6% 49.5% 27 25
24 BMW 98 0.6% 71.9% 21 3,481 1.2% 70.7% 19 20
25 Honda 73 0.5% -56.3% 18 3,038 1.1% 22.5% 20 18
26 Isuzu 68 0.4% 353.3% 15 1,517 0.5% 73.4% 28 27
27 Fiat 68 0.4% -25.3% 29 1,110 0.4% 36.0% 30 28
28 Seat 56 0.4% -81.3% 16 11,439 4.0% 12.1% 7 6
29 Ford 46 0.3% -34.3% 28 2,209 0.8% 95.8% 23 26
30 Audi 32 0.2% -27.3% 27 3,760 1.3% 18.5% 17 16
31 Maxus 29 0.2% n/a 37 134 0.0% 306.1% 41 40
32 Aiways 28 0.2% new 25 429 0.2% new 35  –
33 DS 24 0.2% 380.0% 36 209 0.1% 65.9% 38 38
34 Alfa Romeo 19 0.1% -13.6% 33 552 0.2% 95.7% 33 32
35 Cadillac 18 0.1% -18.2% 34 646 0.2% 45.5% 32 30
36 SsangYong 18 0.1% 125.0% 32 301 0.1% 98.0% 37 35
37 Cupra 17 0.1% new 26 1,139 0.4% new 29  –
38 Land Rover 17 0.1% -43.3% 38 710 0.3% 50.1% 31 29
39 Mini 12 0.1% -55.6% 30 496 0.2% 25.9% 34 31
40 Seres 9 0.1% new 41 125 0.0% new 42  –
41 Porsche 5 0.0% 0.0% 39 196 0.1% 32.4% 39 37
42 Chrysler 5 0.0% -64.3% 40 93 0.0% -19.8% 44 39
43 Genesis 3 0.0% n/a 31 332 0.1% 33100.0% 36 50
44 Maserati 3 0.0% 200.0%  – 54 0.0% 100.0% 46 42
45 Infiniti 3 0.0% -78.6% 44 48 0.0% -72.3% 47 33
46 MAN 3 0.0% 50.0% 42 26 0.0% 188.9% 49 44
47 Abarth 2 0.0% 100.0% 45 41 0.0% 36.7% 48 41
48 Jaguar 1 0.0% -83.3% 43 54 0.0% -67.9% 45 34
49 GAC 0.0% -100.0%  – 151 0.1% 5.6% 40 36
50 Bentley 0.0% n/a  – 21 0.0% 16.7% 50 43
51 Ferrari 0.0% n/a 46 16 0.0% 166.7% 51 45
52 Dongfeng (DFSK) 0.0% n/a  – 11 0.0% 120.0% 52 48
53 JAC 0.0% new  – 6 0.0% new 53 46
54 Aston Martin 0.0% n/a  – 4 0.0% 33.3% 54 49
55 Iveco 0.0% n/a  – 4 0.0% -20.0% 55 47
56 LEVC 0.0% new  – 2 0.0% new 56  –

Source: cartube.co.il

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