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Slovakia's most desirable cars

Slovakia's most desirable cars


SLOVAKS registered 40,517 new personal cars and small trucks weighing less than 3.5 tonnes between January and July 2005, an increase of 8 percent over the same period last year. According to the Car Industry Association of Slovakia, sales should start to stabilize. As much as 50 percent of Slovakia's car market is untapped because of most people's low purchasing power. (Below rankings exlude small trucks category.)

Rank Brand Model Number sold
1 Škoda Fabia 7,392
2 Škoda Octavia 2 1,975
3-4 Peugeot 206 1,290
3-4 Suzuki Ignis 1,290
5 Renault Thalia 1,076
6 Citroen C3 1,031
7 Škoda Octavia Tour 853
8 Chevrolet Kalos 793
9 Dacia Logan 765
10 Peugeot 307 653
11 Renault Mégane 638
12 VW Polo 634
13 Ford Fiesta 615
14 VW Golf 569
15 Fiat Punto 548
16 Ford Focus 491
17 Toyota Yaris 476
18 VW Passat 454
19 Citroen C4 377
20 Opel Corsa 362

Source: Car Industry Association, Trend

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