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Sales January 2021, Ireland: Moderate decline

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During the first month of the year new vehicle registrations in Ireland fell 17.8% compared to the same month of the year 2020 until reaching a total volume of 25,158 units delivered to new users.

The fall is mainly caused by confinement that this country has lived almost half of the month and that it has not allowed users to formalize sales. Despite the bad situation that the country is experiencing with the pandemic in these weeks, the economy has suffered much less than expected.

Sales January 2021, Ireland: Moderate decline

By fuels lThe diesel once again achieved the first position with a 35.8% share while those of gasoline were close with 34.7% (8,741 units). We must also mention the 5,311 hybrids, 1,102 PHEV hybrids, 980 pure electric and 9 adapted to gas.

Sales January 2021, Ireland: Moderate decline

BRAND RANKING JAN 2021

  1. Toyota 3,777
  2. Hyundai 2,731
  3. VW 2,547
  4. Ford 2,294
  5. Skoda 2,073
  6. Nissan 1,464
  7. Kia 1,438
  8. Peugeot 1,384
  9. Renault 1,174
  10. SEAT 941
  11. Mercedes 710
  12. Audi 699
  13. BMW 686
  14. Dacia 652
  15. Opel 642
  16. Citroën 358
  17. Suzuki 338
  18. Volvo 293
  19. Mazda 283
  20. Honda 135
  21. MINI 125
  22. Mitsubishi 110
  23. Land rover 100
  24. Lexus 66
  25. Fiat 48
  26. MG 24
  27. Cupra 20
  28. SsangYong 17
  29. Tesla 10
  30. Jaguar 9
  31. Porsche 5
  32. Subaru 2
  33. Alfa Romeo 1
  34. Rolls Royce 1
  35. Jeep 1

Among the firms that managed to improve, we must mention Peugeot (+ 3.3%), Opel (+ 34.3%), Citroën (+ 47.9%), Suzuki (+ 6.6%) and MINI (+13 , 6%). Among the big drops are Honda (-56.1%), Mazda (-50.8%), Nissan (-32.5%), Land Rover (-69.7%), Lexus (-60.2%) and Fiat (-23.8%)

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Sales January 2021, Ireland: Moderate decline

TOP 60 MODELS JAN 2021

  1. Hyundai Tucson 1,518
  2. Toyota Corolla 1,262
  3. Toyota RAV4 841
  4. Ford Focus 790
  5. Toyota yaris 757
  6. Toyota C-HR 706
  7. Skoda Octavia 652
  8. VW Golf 644
  9. Hyundai kona 574
  10. VW Tiguan 563
  11. Peugeot 3008 546
  12. Nissan Qashqai 532
  13. Kia Sportage 530
  14. VW Polo 513
  15. Skoda Kodiaq 501
  16. Ford Kuga 499
  17. Ford Fiesta 474
  18. Renault Captur 308
  19. Nissan micra 382
  20. Ford Puma 379
  21. Dacia Duster 354
  22. Peugeot 2008 319
  23. Nissan Juke 317
  24. Skoda Karoq 302
  25. Hyundai i20 292
  26. Peugeot 5008 292
  27. Opel Corsa 277
  28. Kia Ceed 273
  29. Dacia Sandero 269
  30. SEAT Arona 267
  31. VW T-Roc 265
  32. Renault Clio 255
  33. Kia Niro 250
  34. Mercedes E-Class 237
  35. Skoda Fabia 227
  36. VW Passat 214
  37. SEAT Ateca 206
  38. Nissan Leaf 200
  39. Renault Kadjar 200
  40. Skoda Kamiq 187
  41. Peugeot 208 174
  42. SEAT Ibiza 170
  43. Citroën C5 Aircross 167
  44. BMW 3 Series 164
  45. SEAT Léon 164
  46. Opel Grandland X 149
  47. Audi A3 146
  48. Hyundai i10 145
  49. Suzuki swift 142
  50. VW T-Cross 137
  51. Skoda Superb 134
  52. Kia Sorento 133
  53. SEAT Tarraco 132
  54. Suzuki vitara 132
  55. Audi Q3 125
  56. VW ID.3 125
  57. Renault Megane 124
  58. Audi A6 120
  59. Kia Stonic 120
  60. Mercedes A Class 120

One more month the Hyundai tucson has managed to lead the Irish market thanks to the offers of the outgoing version that still accumulates a very high number of registrations. The Toyota Corolla He also deserves special mention for his good work although he is the RAV4 the one that grows the most among the best sellers.

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Sales January 2021, Ireland: Moderate decline

Other positively prominent models were the VW Polo, Ford Kuga, Peugeot 2008, Ford Puma, Dacia Sandero, VW Passat, Peugeot 208 and Skoda Kamiq. On the opposite side, we must mention the large falls registered by the Renault Clio, Ford Fiesta, Nissan Qashqai, Hyundai Kona and VW T-Cross.

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