The first is the Škoda brand, which fell by almost five percent to 65,244 cars sold, followed by Hyundai with 18,514 cars, Volkswagen with sales of 15,829 cars, followed by Toyota and Kia.
The best-selling models are the Škoda Fabia with 14,373 cars and the Škoda Octavia with sales of 12,404 cars.
It is followed by the Škoda Kamiq, the Hyundai i30 and the Škoda Karoq. In November, Kia came in third for Škoda and Hyundai, Toyota fourth and Volkswagen fifth.
In terms of fuel, gasoline leads with a share of 68.3 percent, the share of diesel fell to 24.7 percent. Registrations of cars with alternative propulsion are almost double this year compared to last year with a total of 25,545 cars sold.
Waiting at least four months
According to the CEO of Toyota CR Martin Peleška, most stock cars have sold out in Europe and new orders are going to production, which means a waiting period of four to eight months for the Japanese manufacturer, but for some brands they may exceed one year.
At the same time, the carmakers have started to catch up with the shortages caused by the lack of chips and are driving at full speed.
“For the whole year, we are heading for 20,000 orders, which is a historic high, and 7,000 more than our original estimate,” Peleška said in a press release.
Registrations of light commercial vehicles increased by a total of 13 percent to 17,274 vehicles.
The first is the Renault brand with 2,185 registered cars, followed by Fiat and Ford. Compared to last year, truck sales increased by 18.3 percent to 7,638 vehicles. The first is the Mercedes-Benz brand, the second MAN and the third DAF.
Bus registrations are a quarter lower this year than a year ago. 868 vehicles were sold. In November, they fell by 65 percent year on year. The first is the Iveco Bus brand with 328 registered buses, followed by SOR and Setra.
Motorcycle sales rose by six percent year on year to 21,057 machines. The first is the Honda brand with 4203 registered motorcycles, the second is Yamaha and the third is CF Moto.