Irish Car market in 2021 rises by 18.6% with 105,131 sales, reporting very positive performance all year, except for Q1. Nissan was the only brand to report a fall in sales in the leaderboard, losing 7.7%.
Irish cars market in 2019 signed the third consecutive declining year. Indeed, registrations ended the year at 117.100, losing 6.7%. Volkswagen held the market crown for the third year in a row, while Toyota won the second position's battle against Ford.
Ireland Best Selling Cars in the 2018 sees, on top for the third consecutive year, the Hyundai Tucson (-18%) ahead of Nissan Qashqai and Volkswagen Golf. Toyota C-HR (27.4%) scored an excellent performance, entering the 10th from the previous year's 15th place.
Irish cars market in 2018 fell down again 4.2% confirming the recent years negative trend. Volkswagen is still on the top of the ranking. The Hyundai Tucson takes the lead with a spectacular year-end, beating the Nissan Qashqai by peanuts.
Ireland Best Selling Cars 2017 with the Hyundai Tucson, on top for the second consecutive year. Just two models gained volume among the top 10, the Kia Sportage in 7th and the Volkswagen Tiguan, the hero of the year, up 18 spots.