What are the least popular cars among Slovaks?

Price is usually one of the reasons for poor sales.

The Toyota Prius comes in at sixth place.The Toyota Prius comes in at sixth place.(Source: Jozef Jakubčo, Sme)

It is a car that has an expensive image; it is an electric car with no governmental support; there is a similar model offered by another brand that is cheaper...

The reasons why Slovaks decide not to buy a car are varied but price is usually a factor. The Auto.sme.sk website compiled a list of 40 car brands that have potential, as their producers say, but were not successful with Slovak customers.

The least sold cars in Slovakia in the first half of 2019

  1. Ford Edge 1
  2. Subaru Levorg 1
  3. Smart ForFour 1
  4. Smart ForTwo 2
  5. Ssangyong XLV 2
  6. Toyota Prius 2
  7. Lexus LS 3
  8. Renault Alaskan 4
  9. Ssangyong Tivoli 4
  10. Subaru Impreza 4
  11. Mini Clubman 5
  12. Jaguar XE 6
  13. Isuzu D-Max 7
  14. Jaguar I-Pace 7
  15. Jaguar XF 8
  16. Lexus ES 8
  17. Lexus CT 8
  18. Renault Espace 8
  19. Renault Zoe 8
  20. Audi A8 9
  21. Fiat Fullback 10
  22. Ssangyong Rexton 10
  23. Audi A1 11
  24. Hyundai Ioniq 11
  25. Ford Tourneo Connect 12
  26. Audi A7 13
  27. BMW i3 13
  28. Kia Stinger 13
  29. Mitsubishi Space Star 14
  30. Mercedes Citan 15
  31. Nissan Leaf 15
  32. Nissan Micra 15
  33. Toyota Camry 15
  34. Fiat 500L 16
  35. Jeep Cherokee 16
  36. Alfa Romeo Guilietta 17
  37. Ford Grand C-Max 18
  38. Opel Adam 22
  39. Alfa Romeo Stelvio 22
  40. Volvo S60/V60 23

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