Ireland’s best-selling car

Bestselling January 2021

Toyota was ranked number 1 in the passenger cars by make and holds 15.01% of the 2021 market share.

This is based on motorstats data compiled by beepbeep.ie. This data was last updated on 31st January 2021.

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The RAV-4 is Ireland’s best-selling Hybrid SUV based on passenger car by model.

This is based on motorstats data compiled by beepbeep.ie. This data was last updated on 31st January 2021.

Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla is Ireland’s best-selling car in 2020.

This is based on data compiled by SIMI, looking at total number of registrations of new cars in 2020. This data was checked on 29 October 2020.

Lower tax than diesel

The Corolla Luna has a VRT tax rate of 12.75% which is lower than all diesel cars in the Irish market. The data is taken from JATO Ireland, data checked on 10 December 2020. Corolla Hatchback has low CO2 of 102g/km.

This is based on pricing files compiled by Toyota Europe. This data was verified in December 2020 using Certificates of Conformity for each model.

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