Every car registered in Kerry so far in 2021 – full list – a total of 126 different models listed from most-popular to rarest!

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry has released their official new vehicle statistics to the end of March and Kerry Motorsport News can now, exclusively, list every car sold in Kerry for the first three months of 2021. 

The Hyundai Tucson remain the county’s  favourite new car with 76 versions sold in Kerry so far this year. 

But the current closure so how much car sales in the county are effect. At the end of March, 73 new Tucson’s were registered in Kerry meaning just three hit the road in the last month. 

The Ford Focus remains at two, the five units sold in Kerry in the last month bring the total to 51. 

There is a new make in at number three – the Kia Sportage added eight units to brings the total to 44 and at the expense of Toyota’s Corolla which added three to its February tally of 40 cars. 

New entry at number three… the Kia Sportage

To present a more accurate picture of the new vehicle registrations it is important to point out that many cars sold in Kerry could end up in neighbouring counties like Limerick, Cork or Clare and that some, especially high end models end up with Dublin registration plates. 

This table presents an accurate figure of the number of cars registered in Kerry for the first three months of the year but not the number sold! 

Nationally it  is important to compare registrations totals with the same period in 2019 (pre-COVID) when businesses were fully operational.

Light Commercials vehicles (LCV) are up 110.2% (3,008) compared to March last year (1,431) and down 1.1% (3,042) for the same month in 2019. Year to date new LCVs are up 22.41% (11,346) on last year (9,269) and up just 2.63% (11,055) on 2019.


HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicle) registrations are up 11.54% (319) in comparison to March 2020 (286) and 19.03% (268) March 2019. Year to date HGV’s are down 2.9% (882) on 2020 (908) and down 0.23% on 2019 (884).

Used car imports for March (5,842) have seen an increase of 25.61% on 2020 (4,651) and a decrease of 34.87% (8,970) on March 2019. Year to date imports are up 5.46% (18,420) on 2020 (17,466) and down 31.35% (26,832) on 2019.

For the month of March 1,046 new electric vehicles were registered compared to 369 in March 2020.

So far this year 2,831 new electric cars have been registered in comparison to 1,650 on the same period 2020. Electric Vehicle and Plug-in Hybrids and Hybrids continue to increase their market share, with their combined market share now over 11%.

Diesel now accounts for 36.58%, Petrol 32.68%, Hybrid 17.04%, Electric 5.87% and Plug-in Electric Hybrid 5.51%

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RankMakeModel2021 Units
1HYUNDAITUCSON76
2FORDFOCUS51
3KIASPORTAGE44
4TOYOTACOROLLA43
5FORDKUGA39
6VOLKSWAGENTIGUAN37
7TOYOTAYARIS35
8TOYOTAC-HR35
9PEUGEOT300831
10TOYOTARAV 430
11HYUNDAII2030
12PEUGEOT200827
13SKODAOCTAVIA26
14HYUNDAIKONA25
15FORDPUMA23
16FORDFIESTA20
17SKODAKAROQ19
18SKODAKODIAQ19
19PEUGEOT500819
20SKODAKAMIQ17
21VOLKSWAGENT-ROC17
22NISSANQASHQAI17
23KIANIRO17
24VOLKSWAGENGOLF16
25KIACEE’D15
26VOLKSWAGENPOLO14
27BMW5 SERIES13
28DACIADUSTER12
29KIASORENTO12
30NISSANMICRA12
31SKODAFABIA11
32SKODASUPERB11
33VOLKSWAGENID.311
34VOLKSWAGENT-CROSS10
35VOLKSWAGENID.410
36TOYOTAAYGO8
37KIASTONIC8
38SEATARONA8
39NISSANJUKE7
40PEUGEOT2087
41RENAULTKADJAR7
42CITROENC5 AIRCORSS6
43AUDIA36
44SEATIBIZA6
45NISSANLEAF6
46HYUNDAII306
47SEATATECA5
48RENAULTCLIO5
49VOLKSWAGENPASSAT ESTATE5
50RENAULTCAPTUR5
51AUDIQ35
52KIARIO5
53BMW2 SERIES4
54VOLVOXC604
55BMWX54
56CITROENC34
57OPELGRANDLAND X4
58HONDAHR-V4
59SEATTARRACO4
60SUZUKIVITARA4
61BMW3 SERIES4
62MERCEDES-BENZE CLASS4
63OPELCORSA4
64HONDACIVIC4
65HYUNDAII104
66SKODASCALA4
67DACIASANDERO4
68LAND ROVEREVOQUE R3
69KIAPICANTO3
70OPELCROSSLAND X3
71TOYOTACAMRY3
72AUDIA63
73SEATLEON2
74MITSUBISHIECLIPSE CROSS2
75VOLVOXC402
76MAZDACX-52
77RENAULTZOE2
78MERCEDES-BENZGLB2
79BMWX32
80MAZDACX-302
81FORDMONDEO2
82OPELINSIGNIA2
83BMWX12
84MITSUBISHISPACESTAR2
85HYUNDAIIONIQ2
86OPELASTRA2
87BMW4 SERIES1
88MERCEDES-BENZCLA CLASS1
89MERCEDES-BENZA CLASS1
90MAZDAMAZDA21
91AUDIQ51
92KIASOUL1
93VOLKSWAGENARTEON1
94MERCEDES-BENZGLA CLASS1
95RENAULTMEGANE1
96PEUGEOTEXPERT1
97PEUGEOT3081
98MAZDAMAZDA31
99RENAULTKOLEOS PASS1
100CITROENC4 PICASSO1
101FORDS-MAX1
102AUDIS31
103MERCEDES-BENZGLE CLASS1
104FIAT5001
105AUDIA11
106CITROENC4 CACTUS1
107HYUNDAISANTA FE1
108LEXUSUX1
109PEUGEOT1081
110AUDIA81
111PEUGEOTRIFTER1
112MERCEDES-BENZGLC1
113AUDIA51
114HONDAJAZZ1
115CITROENBERLINGO PASS1
116AUDIA41
117AUDIQ21
118DACIALOGAN MCV1
119CITROENC3 AIRCROSS1
120VOLVOS901
121PEUGEOT5081
122MINIMINI HATCH1
123LEXUSNX1
124VOLVOV901
125TOYOTAPRIUS HYBRID1
126HONDACR-V1

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