Africa best selling Cars 2015 ranking. The top 100 models

Africa best selling Cars Renault-Koleos-2017

Africa best selling Cars 2015 ranking led by the pick up Toyota Hilux with a narrow margin over the Volkswagen Polo. Renault is the best European maker with 3 models in top 10.

Selling data by brands and model are available at focus2move for almost all African countries and just few very little are not yet covered.

During the full year 2015 the best selling car in the region was the pick up Toyota Hilux, produced in Thailand, with 68.713 sales (-6.9% from 2014) confirming the leadership taken since years.

In second place the Volkswagen Polo, best car passenger’s with 66.404 sales (-18.2%) and in third the Ford Ranger with 40.878 (+16.4%).

In fourth place the Dacia Logan with 34.762 units (-6.0%) followed by the Toyota Corolla with 29.130 (+1.8%), the Hyundai Accent with 27.968 (-11.9%) and the Chevrolet TFR Single Cab with 25.191 (+1.2%)..

In eight place the Renault Clio with 23.415 (+2.3%) ahead of the Renault Symbol with 23.145 (+43.6%) and in 10th place the Hyundai Verna with 21.260 (-13.7%).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank 2015 Rank 2014   Sales 2015 Sales 2014 2015 Variation
1 2 Toyota Hilux 68.713 73.773 -6,9%
2 1 Volkswagen Polo 66.404 81.201 -18,2%
3 4 Ford Ranger 40.878 35.113 16,4%
4 3 Dacia Logan 34.762 36.986 -6,0%
5 6 Toyota Corolla 29.130 28.619 1,8%
6 5 Hyundai Accent 27.968 31.758 -11,9%
7 8 Chevrolet TFR Single Cab 25.191 24.892 1,2%
8 11 Renault Clio 23.415 22.887 2,3%
9 25 Renault Symbol 23.145 16.123 43,6%
10 9 Hyundai Verna 21.260 24.640 -13,7%
11 17 Nissan NP200 18.733 18.230 2,8%
12 18 Peugeot 208 18.719 18.140 3,2%
13 15 Ford Fiesta 18.254 18.871 -3,3%
14 13 Toyota Etios 17.736 20.127 -11,9%
15 19 Isuzu KB 17.149 17.444 -1,7%
16 27 Dacia Sandero 17.140 15.713 9,1%
17 26 Chevrolet Utility 16.377 15.972 2,5%
18 12 Nissan Sunny 16.317 21.312 -23,4%
19 155 Hyundai Grand i10 16.069 1.985 709,5%
20 10 Kia Picanto 15.947 24.192 -34,1%
21 35 Dacia Duster 15.765 14.048 12,2%
22 22 Mercedes C Class 14.771 16.565 -10,8%
23 14 Kia Rio 14.599 19.784 -26,2%
24 7 Hyundai i10 14.528 27.454 -47,1%
25 23 Toyota Yaris 13.885 16.414 -15,4%
26 24 Toyota Quantum 13.831 16.306 -15,2%
27 28 Chevrolet Aveo 13.427 15.712 -14,5%
28 34 Toyota Fortuner 12.965 14.258 -9,1%
29 46 Renault Sandero 12.860 9.994 28,7%
30 30 Renault Kangoo 12.699 14.508 -12,5%
31 52 Ford Ecosport 12.233 8.052 51,9%
32 31 BMW 3 Series 11.628 14.504 -19,8%
33 37 Toyota Land Cruiser 11.399 13.394 -14,9%
34 16 Peugeot 301 11.269 18.267 -38,3%
35 38 Hyundai Elantra 11.239 12.546 -10,4%
36 41 Hyundai i20 10.894 11.877 -8,3%
37 32 Volkswagen Golf 10.820 14.414 -24,9%
38 81 Renault Logan sedan 10.665 5.617 89,9%
39 39 Kia Sportage 10.360 12.522 -17,3%
40 29 Ford Figo 10.360 15.070 -31,3%
41 40 Toyota Corolla sedan 9.392 11.992 -21,7%
42 44 Peugeot Partner 9.271 10.193 -9,0%
43 42 Nissan Qashqai 9.046 10.584 -14,5%
44 58 Dacia Dokker 8.854 7.312 21,1%
45 36 Hyundai ix35 8.684 13.820 -37,2%
46 51 Toyota RAV4 8.666 8.369 3,5%
47 48 Toyota Hiace 8.483 8.740 -2,9%
48 43 Chevrolet Lanos 8.359 10.339 -19,2%
49 63 Nissan NP300 Hardbody 8.186 6.996 17,0%
50 20 Chevrolet Spark 8.078 17.030 -52,6%
51 49 Skoda Octavia 8.055 8.737 -7,8%
52 93 Mitsubishi Lancer EX 7.806 4.596 69,8%
53 173 Hyundai Tucson 7.704 1.475 422,2%
54 65 Ford Focus 7.406 6.660 11,2%
55 53 Toyota Avanza 7.349 7.724 -4,9%
56 70 Mitsubishi L200 7.329 6.391 14,7%
57 75 Suzuki Microbus 7.200 5.950 21,0%
58 21 Geely Emgrand 7 6.970 16.922 -58,8%
59 61 Peugeot 308 6.749 7.076 -4,6%
60 60 Renault Duster 6.695 7.177 -6,7%
61 57 Volkswagen Tiguan 6.659 7.386 -9,8%
62 120 Renault Captur 6.657 2.955 125,3%
63 67 Volkswagen Amarok 6.471 6.435 0,6%
64 82 Isuzu D-Max 6.428 5.561 15,6%
65 54 Kia Cerato 6.288 7.574 -17,0%
66 77 Ford Kuga 6.260 5.734 9,2%
67 33 Seat Ibiza 6.076 14.288 -57,5%
68 47 Suzuki Swift 6.074 9.706 -37,4%
69 69 Chevrolet Cruze 5.807 6.411 -9,4%
70 72 Hyundai Accent sedan 5.693 6.272 -9,2%
71 74 Audi A3 5.656 6.052 -6,6%
72 168 Datsun Go 5.647 1.573 259,0%
73 64 Citroen Berlingo 5.513 6.750 -18,3%
74 102 Fiat Doblo 5.443 4.018 35,4%
75 78 Mazda BT-50 5.322 5.708 -6,8%
76 76 Toyota Prado 5.207 5.773 -9,8%
77 66 Citroen C-Elysée 5.186 6.546 -20,8%
78 45 Volkswagen Caddy 4.825 10.083 -52,1%
79 68 Audi A4 4.817 6.429 -25,1%
80 88 Volkswagen Jetta 4.734 4.931 -4,0%
81 98 Golden Dragon Haice 4.691 4.352 7,8%
82 56 Renault Clio Campus 4.639 7.554 -38,6%
83 87 King Long XMQ6500E 4.618 5.079 -9,1%
84 117 Mazda3 4.600 3.028 51,9%
85 99 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.543 4.238 7,2%
86 79 Kia K2700 4.392 5.707 -23,0%
87 100 Chevrolet N300 4.387 4.089 7,3%
88 127 Peugeot 2008 4.346 2.540 71,1%
89 80 Fiat Punto 4.284 5.653 -24,2%
90 130 Nissan X-Trail 4.260 2.476 72,0%
91 108 Chevrolet Optra 4.171 3.545 17,7%
92 55 Seat Leon 4.026 7.559 -46,7%
93 83 Opel Astra 3.925 5.440 -27,8%
94 62 Hyundai H-1 3.899 7.030 -44,5%
95 84 BMW 1 Series 3.787 5.240 -27,7%
96 91 Mercedes A Class 3.776 4.670 -19,1%
97 266 Dacia Lodgy 3.755 559 571,7%
98 50 Suzuki Alto 3.728 8.429 -55,8%
99 96 Renault Fluence 3.665 4.540 -19,3%
100 109 Skoda Rapid 3.572 3.529 1,2%

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