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Toyota monopolises podium, Yaris Cross up to record #6, Skoda Enyaq in Top 10 – Best Selling Cars Blog

Toyota monopolises podium, Yaris Cross up to record #6, Skoda Enyaq in Top 10 – Best Selling Cars Blog

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The Toyota Yaris Cross is up to a record 6th place in Finland in May.

7,721 new passenger cars hit Finnish roads in May, a -19.5% year-on-year decline. The year-to-date volume now stands at 35,414, off -22.3% over the same period in 2021. Toyota (+12.2%) and Kia (+15.4%) hold onto the top 2 spots and both swim upstream with double-digit gains. In contrast, Volkswagen (-43.1%) and Skoda (-38.2%) are in complete freefall below. BMW (-0.4%) is stable with Mercedes (-14.3%), Peugeot (-14.7%) and Hyundai (-16.2%) also bettering the market while Volvo (-35.5%) and Ford (-33.6%) are incapable of doing so. Dacia (+329%), Cupra (+119.2%) outselling Seat for the third month in a row, Mitsubishi (+48.1%), Land Rover (+28.6%), Renault (+16.6%) and Lexus (+15%) also score splendid upticks further down.

Model-wise, the Toyota Corolla (+13%) tightens its grip further at 7.8% share vs. 7% so far this year. In fact Toyota monopolises the podium with the Yaris (-15.9%) and C-HR (+37.3%) in tow. The Kia Ceed (+87.4%) soars to 4th place while the Volvo XC60 (-40.7%) is in freefall at #5. The Toyota Yaris Cross is up three spots on last month to reach a record #6 while the Skoda Enyaq breaks into the Finnish Top 10 for the first time at #9. Only the Nissan Qashqai (-10.8%) manages to outpace the market in the remainder of the Top 10, with the Volvo XC40 (-51.5%) and Toyota RAV4 (-41.7%) both imploding. The Kia Niro (+112.3%), Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross (#12), Opel Astra (+339.1%) and Skoda Kodiaq (+20.7%) also impress below.

Previous month: Finland April 2022: Nissan Qashqai up to #2, Polestar 2 in Top 10, market dives -26.7%

One year ago: Finland May 2021: Toyota Corolla best-seller in market up 95.2%

Full May 2022 Top 30 brands and models below.

Note: These rankings feature the Top 30 brands/models year-to-date, ordered based on their May 2022 sales and may therefore not be 100% accurate.

Finland May 2022 – brands:

Pos Brand May-22 % /21 Apr 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Toyota 1,506 19.5% 12.2% 1 6,797 19.2% -1.4% 1 1
2 Kia 742 9.6% 15.4% 2 3,085 8.7% 1.7% 2 4
3 Volkswagen 731 9.5% -43.1% 4 2,678 7.6% -43.3% 4 2
4 Skoda 635 8.2% -38.2% 7 2,588 7.3% -43.5% 5 3
5 BMW 510 6.6% -0.4% 6 2,229 6.3% 0.2% 6 8
6 Volvo 506 6.6% -35.5% 3 3,042 8.6% -25.7% 3 5
7 Mercedes 472 6.1% -14.3% 8 2,034 5.7% -31.1% 7 6
8 Peugeot 308 4.0% -14.7% 14 820 2.3% -45.7% 13 12
9 Ford 304 3.9% -33.6% 9 1,786 5.0% -33.6% 8 7
10 Hyundai 290 3.8% -16.2% 11 1,161 3.3% -20.7% 12 10
11 Audi 270 3.5% -38.1% 12 1,234 3.5% -36.5% 11 9
12 Nissan 212 2.7% -14.2% 5 1,487 4.2% -6.9% 10 11
13 Renault 197 2.6% 16.6% 15 515 1.5% -21.4% 16 15
14 Opel 160 2.1% -36.8% 10 1,517 4.3% 12.5% 9 13
15 Citroen 137 1.8% -46.5% 18 589 1.7% -48.2% 14 14
16 Dacia 133 1.7% 329.0% 16 521 1.5% 18.7% 15 21
17 Mitsubishi 120 1.6% 48.1% 17 412 1.2% -10.2% 18 19
18 Polestar 78 1.0% n/a 13 360 1.0% 5900.0% 19 30
19 Mazda 63 0.8% -40.0% 21 306 0.9% -24.8% 20 20
20 Cupra 57 0.7% 119.2% 22 192 0.5% 26.3% 24 27
21 Suzuki 41 0.5% -55.4% 19 243 0.7% -45.1% 21 18
22 Porsche 36 0.5% -5.3% 20 211 0.6% 33.5% 22 25
23 Seat 31 0.4% -90.6% 24 205 0.6% -83.5% 23 16
24 Land Rover 27 0.3% 28.6% 23 164 0.5% 3.8% 25 26
25 Subaru 25 0.3% 0.0% 26 121 0.3% -13.6% 27 24
26 Lexus 23 0.3% 15.0% 25 131 0.4% -0.8% 26 29
27 Honda 19 0.2% -29.6% 27 89 0.3% -34.1% 29 28
28 Mini 18 0.2% -43.8% 28 82 0.2% -44.6% 30 23
29 Fiat 14 0.2% -41.7% 29 114 0.3% 0.0% 28 22
30 Tesla 11 0.1% -42.1% 30 480 1.4% 23.4% 17 17

Finland May 2022 – models:

Pos Model May-22 % /21 Apr 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Toyota Corolla 601 7.8% 13.0% 1 2,487 7.0% 13.0% 1 1
2 Toyota Yaris 264 3.4% -15.9% 5 1,235 3.5% -40.5% 2 2
3 Toyota C-HR 243 3.1% 37.3% 12 918 2.6% 9.7% 6 11
4 Kia Ceed 238 3.1% 87.4% 7 906 2.6% 68.1% 7 12
5 Volvo XC60 171 2.2% -40.6% 3 1,058 3.0% -17.1% 4 5
6 Toyota Yaris Cross 156 2.0% new 9 774 2.2% new 8 135
7 Nissan Qashqai 148 1.9% -10.8% 2 1,064 3.0% -9.1% 3 7
8 Toyota RAV4 137 1.8% -41.7% 4 1,032 2.9% -26.3% 5 4
9 Skoda Enyaq 128 1.7% n/a n/a 329 0.9% 68.7% 29 35
10 Volvo XC40 127 1.6% -51.5% 8 692 2.0% -42.7% 9 6
11 Kia Niro 121 1.6% 112.3% 14 431 1.2% 14.9% 16 23
12 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 118 1.5% n/a n/a 355 1.0% 308.0% 23 77
13 VW Polo 118 1.5% -33.3% n/a 345 1.0% -21.4% 26 18
14 Ford Kuga 104 1.3% -6.3% 17 457 1.3% -27.1% 14 17
15 VW Golf 104 1.3% -57.6% n/a 382 1.1% -62.1% 20 10
16 Opel Astra 101 1.3% 339.1% 6 669 1.9% 71.5% 10 37
17 BMW 5 Series 100 1.3% 7.5% n/a 397 1.1% -13.7% 19 31
18 Skoda Kodiaq 99 1.3% 20.7% 13 431 1.2% 27.1% 15 50
19 Skoda Octavia 94 1.2% -76.0% n/a 601 1.7% -73.4% 11 3
20 Kia Rio 94 1.2% -51.5% n/a 345 1.0% -54.9% 25 8
21 BMW 3 Series 88 1.1% -43.9% 18 485 1.4% -32.5% 13 14
22 Ford Focus 88 1.1% 20.5% n/a 400 1.1% -44.8% 18 19
23 Volvo V60 86 1.1% -36.3% 19 507 1.4% -42.3% 12 9
24 VW T-Roc 85 1.1% 39.3% 11 403 1.1% 358.0% 17 34
25 Mercedes GLC 85 1.1% 16.4% n/a 326 0.9% -42.5% 30 24
n/a Skoda Kamiq 79 1.0% -40.2% n/a 344 1.0% -36.5% 27 22
n/a Polestar 2 78 1.0% n/a 10 360 1.0% 7100.0% 22 108
n/a BMW X3 77 1.0% 40.0% 15 372 1.1% 80.6% 21 48
n/a Skoda Superb 71 0.9% 4.4% 20 324 0.9% -9.2% 32 42
n/a Citroen C3 41 0.5% -55.9% n/a 325 0.9% -51.0% 31 26
n/a Kia EV6 35 0.5% new n/a 343 1.0% new 28 160
n/a Opel Mokka 13 0.2% -75.5% n/a 351 1.0% 374.3% 24 75

Source: AUT

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