Israel New Vehicle Registrations Half Yearly Data

Israel New Vehicle Registrations Half Yearly Data

During the first half of 2020 new vehicle registrations in Israel registered a significant decrease of 24.5% compared to the first semester of 2019 until placing the total volume at the 119,294 units delivered new customers.

The health crisis caused by COVID-19 has had great weight in this decline, along with the economic uncertainty that comes with the slowdown inactivity. What has not changed is the upward trend in the purchase of PHEV hybrid vehicles (2,023 units) and electrical (834 units), with more and more followers.

By brands, the most outstanding in positive were SEAT (+ 26.7%), Chevrolet (+ 12.0%), Cadillac (+ 19.4%), Chrysler (+ 26.3%) and Jaguar (+101.8 %)

RANKING BRANDS JAN-JUN 2020

  1. Hyundai 18,147
  2. Toyota 15,218
  3. Kia 14,478
  4. Skoda 10,382
  5. Mitsubishi 7,858
  6. SEAT 5,783
  7. Mazda 5,269
  8. Suzuki 4,968
  9. Chevrolet 4,468
  10. Nissan 3,886
  11. Renault 3,863
  12. Citroën 3,423
  13. Peugeot 2,764
  14. VW 2,174
  15. Subaru 2,093
  16. Audi 2,085
  17. Mercedes 1,868
  18. Honda 1,561
  19. BMW 1,215
  20. Dacia 978
  21. Volvo 941
  22. Jeep 900
  23. Lexus 814
  24. MG 727
  25. Isuzu 714
  26. Land Rover 635
  27. Ford 487
  28. Fiat 387
  29. Opel 343
  30. MINI 233
  31. Cadillac 222
  32. Alfa Romeo 140
  33. Jaguar 113
  34. Porsche 99
  35. Infiniti 96
  36. Cupra 92
  37. DS 78
  38. SsangYong 66
  39. GAC 55
  40. Chrysler 48
  41. Maserati 20
  42. Abarth 18
  43. Bentley 10
  44. Tesla 10
  45. DSFK 5
  46. Ferrari 4
  47. Aston Martin 1
  48. Smart 0

TOP 60 MODELS JAN-JUN 2020

  1. Toyota Corolla 7,247
  2. Hyundai Ioniq 6,234
  3. Kia Picanto 4,271
  4. Kia Niro 3,704
  5. Skoda Octavia 3,503
  6. Hyundai i20 3,161
  7. Kia Sportage 3,095
  8. Mitsubishi Outlander 3,056
  9. Chevrolet Spark 3,014
  10. Hyundai Tucson 2,955
  11. Toyota RAV4 2,917
  12. Renault Mégane 2,791
  13. Skoda Kodiaq 2,778
  14. Toyota C-HR 2,704
  15. SEAT Arona 2,381
  16. SEAT Ibiza 2,076
  17. Mitsubishi ASX 1,898
  18. Toyota Yaris 1,897
  19. Mazda CX-5 1,817
  20. Kia Stonic 1,815
  21. Hyundai i10 1,793
  22. Nissan Qashqai 1,783
  23. Skoda Karoq 1,641
  24. Peugeot 3008 1,604
  25. Hyundai Kona 1,478
  26. Skoda Superb 1,273
  27. Mazda2 1,237
  28. Suzuki Vitara 1,235
  29. Nissan X-Trail 1.210
  30. Suzuki S-Cross 1,196
  31. Mitsubishi space star 1,179
  32. Subaru XV 1,099
  33. Hyundai Accent 1,070
  34. Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 923
  35. Mazda3 922
  36. Suzuki Ignis 917
  37. Subaru Forester 914
  38. Mazda CX-30 905
  39. Skoda Kamiq 845
  40. SEAT Ateca 829
  41. Chevrolet Equinox 822
  42. Toyota Land Cruiser 810
  43. Skoda Scala 756
  44. Suzuki Swift 733
  45. MG ZS 727
  46. Hyundai Elantra 720
  47. Citroën C5 Aircross 676
  48. Suzuki Baleno 664
  49. Kia Xceed 568
  50. Honda Jazz 520
  51. Toyota Prius + 510
  52. VW Golf 499
  53. SEAT León 490
  54. Jeep Grand Cherokee 478
  55. Honda HR-V 465
  56. Mercedes E-Class 459
  57. LR Range Rover Sport 430
  58. Mercedes C-Class 430
  59. Mitsubishi Attrage 415
  60. Kia Ceed 413
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Hybrid vehicles have gained a lot of ground in Israel and are already public favorites, with the Corolla the one who has managed to conquer first place after many months with the Ioniq dominating. Very well the Chevrolet Spark It has revitalized the brand’s numbers at a very delicate time, saving many dealers from an almost unsustainable situation.

SEAT It is shining like never before in this market and has climbed positions despite the health crisis. If there were more units in stock, the figures would have been much higher since the demand for the Ibiza and Arona there seems to be no end. Excellent figures also for various models of Subaru, Mitsubishi, and Suzuki.

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