The most popular brands and models of new cars in Latvia were announced

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During the first half of the year, 8908 new passenger cars were sold in Latvia, including 7684 cars in the M1 category. While overall this figure is 18% higher than was recorded in the same period last year, the industry still lags behind the figures for the year 2019 (1,841 vehicles), according to the Automobile Association.

The number one car brand in Latvia, judging by the sales of new cars, remained Toyota in the first half of the year, securing 17.3% of the market. VW is in second place with 13.3% of the total number of local sales, in third place is Škoda with 12.2%.

The most popular car brands in Latvia in the first six months of 2021:

  • Toyota (1540 vehicles sold);
  • Volkswagen (1181);
  • Skoda (1098);
  • Peugeot (658);
  • Renault (410);
  • Kia (408);
  • Nissan (365);
  • Citroen (341);
  • Hyundai (307);
  • BMW (292).


In the M1 category, the leaders in terms of popularity of models among new cars are:

  • Toyota Corolla (424 cars sold);
  • Toyota RAV 4 (374);
  • Škoda Octavia (342);
  • VW Tiguan (261);
  • Škoda Kodiaq (223);
  • VW T-Crose (207);
  • Kia Sportage (194);
  • Toyota C-HR (190);
  • Citroen Berlingo (170);
  • Toyota Yaris (162).

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