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Best-selling cars brands in Slovakia

In total, 70,951 cars were sold in Slovakia in 2010, 21.54 percent fewer than in 2009, when car sales were propelled by the car-scrapping bonus scheme. Sales figures for new passenger cars and small utility vehicles in 2010 by manufacturer were as follows:

In total, 70,951 cars were sold in Slovakia in 2010, 21.54 percent fewer than in 2009, when car sales were propelled by the car-scrapping bonus scheme. Sales figures for new passenger cars and small utility vehicles in 2010 by manufacturer were as follows:



1. Škoda – 13,631 units: 19.21 percent of market


2. Renault – 4,988 units: 7.03 percent


3. Volkswagen – 4,926 units: 6.94 percent


4. Peugeot – 4,742 units: 6.68 percent


5. Kia – 4,373 units: 6.16 percent


6. Citroën – 4,329 units: 6.10 percent


7. Hyundai – 3,370 units: 4.75 percent


8. Fiat – 3,053 units: 4.30 percent


9. Toyota/Lexus – 3,029 units: 4.27 percent


10. Ford – 2,913 units: 4.11 percent

Source: ZAP SR


Topic: Industry


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