Corolla Cross, C4 Cactus and Renegade: the best-selling SUVs in Argentina
the Toyota Corolla Cross It is the SUV with the most patents registered in Argentina during the first quarter, according to the latest report from the Association of Automobile Dealers (Acara). With 3,339 units, it is positioned at the top of the segment.
The funny thing is that the Corolla Cross is a mid-size SUV, and in general, the best-selling SUVs are compact. Toyota’s model beat even the cheapest and most popular models, such as the Ford EcoSport, Chevrolet Tracker, and Volkswagen T-Cross, among others.
The best-selling SUVs so far in 2022
- Toyota Corolla Cross: 3,339 patents in the first quarter
- Citroen C4 Cactus: 3.169
- renegade jeep: 2.753
- volkswagen tao: 2.228
- Ford EcoSport: 2.068
- Nissan Kicks: 1.801
- Toyota SW4: 1.588
- Chevrolet Tracker: 1.316
- Ford Territory: 1.286
- Jeep Compass: 1.101
- Peugeot 2008: 1.083
- Volkswagen T-Cross: 592
- Renault Captur: 482
- Honda HR-V: 343
- Peugeot 3008: 202
In April, the best-selling 0 km car in Argentina was the fiat crono. In what is already a custom for the national sedan, it positioned itself at the top of the patents with 2,983 units. He was accompanied on the podium by Peugeot 208 (2,073) and Toyota Hilux (1,858) models.
Among the brands Toyota it is the one that patented the most vehicles in April. It carried out 6,063 operations and took a significant lead over Fiat, which was second with 4,378 sales. The podium was completed by Volkswagen, with 3,803.
How many cars were patented in April
In April 31,633 were patented Vehicles in ArgentinaAcara reported. This represents a decrease of 2.6% compared to April 2021 (32,475) and 8.5% compared to last March, when 34,567 units were sold.
With Avril’s activity, the annual cumulative number increased to 138,878 patents. That’s 7.1% less than in the first quarter of last year, when dealers sold 149,566 zero-mile units.
Beyond the fact that 0km car prices are getting further and further out of most people’s pockets, the main reason for the drop in patents is the lack of inventory. Dealers do not have units for sale.
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“Beyond the year-over-year comparison, it is clear that the 31,633 units patented in April is a real achievement, almost an epic, since we continue to have serious inventory and availability of units”, warned the president of Acara, Ricardo Salome. .
Salomé acknowledged that this week “was important because auto parts and terminal companies raised the seriousness of the situation and the need to apply urgent measures“, in connection with the letter that Adefa, Afac and Smata sent to the President of the Central Bank.
According to the president of Acara, “the request found an echo within the government”, so they hope “that in the coming days the arrival of parts and assemblies is facilitated and that the situation is gradually unraveling”.