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March 20, 2003

POLAND: February car sales down but year to date up

The World Markets Research Centre said that preliminary figures show that new passenger car sales in Poland fell by 9.7% in February 2003 to 25,447 units. In the year to date, registrations are up by 9.1% to 53,647 units, compared to 48,728 units registered in the first two months of 2002.

By bcusack

The World Markets Research Centre said that preliminary figures show that new passenger car sales in Poland fell by 9.7% in February 2003 to 25,447 units. In the year to date, registrations are up by 9.1% to 53,647 units, compared to 48,728 units registered in the first two months of 2002.

Italy’s Fiat Auto held onto its leading position in February with a 19.5% market share, down from 22.5% in February 2002. Second position was taken by Czech carmaker Skoda, with sales up 28.6% year on year to 6,331 units. France’s Renault was third with 10.8% of the market and February sales of 5,830 units, and Toyota of Japan was in fourth position, taking 10.4% of the market on monthly sales of 5,582 units. Opel was fifth with a 9.19% market share, on sales up 9% year on year to 4,932 units, the WMRC report said.

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