Ford compensates for a particularly low year-ago volume. 

The Turkish new light vehicle market is gaining momentum in November with a splendid 36.7% year-on-year rise to 82,311 sales. The year-to-date volume is now down only -1.3% to 668,063 and could tilt in negative if the positive trend continues into December. Fiat (+49.4%) rises even faster the market but hits only 17.4% share vs. 18.6% so far this year. Renault is up a timid 12.8% to 11.2% share vs. 12% YTD while Ford (+124.1%) scores a spectacular lift which is mainly due to a particularly weak year-ago volume. Mercedes (+113%) is the only additional Top 10 carmaker to outrace the market at #10, with Volkswagen (+33%) and Opel (+30.1%) slightly below the market’s average growth. Outside the Top 10, notice Alfa Romeo (+4600%!), Maserati (+716.7%), Kia (+347.4%), Suzuki (+163.4%), Land Rover (+138.3%), Mini (+115.3%) and Dacia (+105.2%) among the biggest year-on-year gainers.

Previous month: Turkey October 2022: Skoda, Mercedes, BMW highlight market up 14.9%

One year ago: Turkey November 2021: Peugeot, Citroen, Hyundai defy market down -24.9%

Full November 2022 Top 43 all brands ranking below.

Turkey November 2022 – brands:

Pos Brand Nov-22 % /21 Oct 2022 % /21 Pos FY21
1 Fiat 14,297 17.4% 49.4% 1 124,342 18.6% 8.6% 1 1
2 Renault 9,234 11.2% 12.8% 3 79,918 12.0% 13.2% 2 2
3 Ford 9,083 11.0% 124.1% 2 65,513 9.8% 0.5% 3 4
4 Toyota 5,613 6.8% 20.4% 9 42,030 6.3% -15.1% 5 5
5 Peugeot 5,149 6.3% 3.0% 12 27,943 4.2% -26.3% 9 6
6 Volkswagen 4,785 5.8% 33.0% 4 54,243 8.1% -19.3% 4 3
7 Opel 4,348 5.3% 30.1% 13 29,295 4.4% 19.2% 8 11
8 Citroen 3,954 4.8% -5.6% 15 24,292 3.6% -8.5% 10 9
9 Hyundai 3,406 4.1% -10.8% 6 40,616 6.1% 13.9% 6 7
10 Mercedes 3,140 3.8% 113.0% 10 20,637 3.1% -4.7% 11 13
11 Dacia 2,938 3.6% 105.2% 5 33,259 5.0% -4.0% 7 8
12 Kia 2,559 3.1% 347.4% 11 18,296 2.7% 0.6% 13 14
13 BMW 2,146 2.6% 44.6% 8 15,428 2.3% 10.5% 15 15
14 Skoda 2,022 2.5% 83.5% 7 17,495 2.6% -30.9% 14 12
15 Audi 1,938 2.4% 91.9% 16 12,405 1.9% -10.7% 16 17
16 Honda 1,531 1.9% -42.4% 14 19,555 2.9% -21.9% 12 10
17 Nissan 1,452 1.8% 84.3% 18 8,147 1.2% -48.6% 17 16
18 Volvo 1,168 1.4% 19.5% 17 7,192 1.1% -1.7% 18 19
19 Suzuki 690 0.8% 163.4% 19 2,692 0.4% -42.3% 20 21
20 Seat 503 0.6% 6.1% 24 5,172 0.8% -59.2% 19 18
21 Iveco 367 0.4% 402.7% 21 2,648 0.4% 0.3% 21 23
22 Mini 282 0.3% 115.3% 27 1,169 0.2% -18.2% 28 25
23 MG 269 0.3% 65.0% 26 1,087 0.2% 199.6% 29 31
24 Isuzu 240 0.3% 12.7% 22 1,545 0.2% 72.2% 25 26
25 Jeep 232 0.3% 88.6% 28 1,989 0.3% -34.7% 23 22
26 Alfa Romeo 188 0.2% 4600.0% 29 515 0.1% 83.7% 32 34
27 Land Rover 112 0.1% 138.3% 25 1,276 0.2% -26.9% 27 24
28 DS 109 0.1% -18.0% 23 1,530 0.2% 120.0% 26 28
29 Mitsubishi 107 0.1% -68.0% 31 1,960 0.3% -56.6% 24 20
30 SsangYong 104 0.1% 36.8% 30 926 0.1% -7.6% 30 27
31 Cupra 75 0.1% 11.9% 20 2,422 0.4% 1203.9% 22 32
32 Porsche 70 0.1% 112.1% 33 541 0.1% -9.6% 31 30
33 Maserati 49 0.1% 716.7% 34 250 0.0% 164.5% 37 38
34 Subaru 39 0.0% -44.3% 32 515 0.1% -29.2% 33 29
35 DFSK 38 0.0% 1166.7% 38 296 0.0% 416.0% 35 39
36 Lexus 31 0.0% 63.2% 35 291 0.0% 39.0% 36 33
37 Mazda 21 0.0% -32.3% 37 167 0.0% 27.0% 38 36
38 Karsan 11 0.0% -26.7% 36 307 0.0% 92.2% 34 35
39 Jaguar 3 0.0% -83.3% 39 90 0.0% -23.0% 39 37
40 Aston Martin 3 0.0% -25.0% 40 24 0.0% -19.2% 40 40
41 Ferrari 2 0.0% 0.0% 41 20 0.0% -5.3% 41 41
42 Bentley 2 0.0% 100.0% 42 14 0.0% 20.0% 42 43
43 Lamborghini 1 0.0% 0.0% 43 11 0.0% -23.1% 43 42

Source: ODMD