Best-selling car brands in Slovakia

IN TOTAL, 66,000 new passenger and small utility vehicles were registered in Slovakia in 2013. This represented a 4.72-percent decrease compared to 2012 in the category of passenger cars and a 0.55-percent decrease in the category of small utility vehicles.

IN TOTAL, 66,000 new passenger and small utility vehicles were registered in Slovakia in 2013. This represented a 4.72-percent decrease compared to 2012 in the category of passenger cars and a 0.55-percent decrease in the category of small utility vehicles.

The most popular passenger car brands with respective market shares in Slovakia were as follow:

1. Škoda – 19.93 percent of the market in 2013
2. Volkswagen – 9.71 percent
3. Hyundai - 8.09 percent
4. Kia – 7.54 percent
5. Peugeot – 6.46 percent
6. Opel – 5.03 percent
7. Citroën – 4.76 percent
8. Suzuki – 4.2 percent
9. Renault – 4.09 percent
10. Dacia – 3.45 percent

Source: ZAP SR

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