Slovakia car market

Slovakia 2020. Toyota (+3.5%) is the only brand to grow in market down 25%

Slovakia auto market in 2020 falls by 25% as the pandemic and lockdowns affect sales. Full-Year sales have been 76.311, while Toyota is the only brand in the leaderboard to report growth by rising 3.5%.

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Slovakia 2019. Vehicles market grew for the 6th year in a row

Slovakia Auto sales in 2019 registered the sixth consecutive year of growth. Indeed, the Full-year ended with registrations at 101.063, up 3% from the previous year. The brand leader Skoda ended at 20% of share, while impressive performances were scored by Hyundai and Kia.

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Slovakia 2018. Sales up five years in a row

Slovakia Autos sales grew 2.1% in 2018 signing the fifth consecutive annual gain, closing with registrations at 98.079. Skoda kept dominating with 19.7% market share, ahead of Volkswagen and Hyundai. Peugeot shines, up 19.3%, but even Dacia and Toyota fast run the year

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Slovakia 2017. Vehicles sales up 100.000, fourth record in a row

Slovakia Vehicles Market kept booming in the 2017, when for the first time hit the 100.000 units, up 8% at the fourth all time record in a string. The country is now a manufacturing hub for the sector with benefit for the domestic market. Skoda dominates.

Slovakia 2016. Auto sales at the third all time record in a row

Slovakia Auto Sales in 2016 hit the new all time record, reporting the third consecutive annual growth. Moreover the country was in 12th place in the international ranking as cars exporters.

Slovakia 2015: New record hitting the 2009 level

Slovakia Cars Market in 2015 hit the new all time record outpacing the 2009 level. Fueled by strong domestic consumer's demand and fast growing GDP the market is one of the best in Europe. Skoda is market leader.

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Slovakia 2014. Car Market up 9%

In 2014 Car Market in Slovakia rose 9% at 72.249 units with Skoda leader with three models on top of the ranking. Winners of the year had been Volkswagen, Mazda, Seat and Fiat.