Brazil best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

Brazil best selling cars Jeep-Compass-2017

Brazil best selling cars in the first nine months of the 2017 again dominated by the Chevrolet Onix followed by a growing Ford Ka. Raising stars are the Renault Sandero (4th) and the Fiat Toro, new entrance in the Top 10.

The entire Brazilian automotive industry started the 2017 with a bad shape. Both production and sales had collapsed in the last three years and while manufacturers are facing the high level ever plants overcapacity, the distribution network is paying penalties to overstocking and over investments, mainly in facilities. However, it seems that the market had finally bottomed out and is now approaching a recovery.

In such environment, the ranking of the best-selling cars is showing several news from the final 2016 data, with the outstanding launch and sudden success of the new Jeep Compass, already in 12th place.

However, the leadership is solid, under the control of the vehicle actually top seller in the entire Latin America, the Chevrolet Onix, sold in 134.000 units year to date, a wonderful +24.2%.

In second place the Ford Ka, up 1 spot, with 88.422 sales (+20.8%) overtaking the Hyundai Hb20 with 79.368 sales  (-11.6%).

In fourth place the Renault Sandero, up 6 spots, with 55.561 sales (+26.9%)  followed by the Volkswagen Gol with 55.295 units (+21.1%), the Chevrolet Prisma with 51.037 units (+5.7%) and the Toyota Corolla with 48.144 units (-1.0%).

In eight place the Fiat Mobi, finally joining the top 10, up 21 spots with 38.898 units (+127.7%) ahead of the Fiat Toro, up 8 spots, with 38.425 (+39.0%) and the Fiat Strada with 37.282 units (-17.6%).

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Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. 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 2017 Rank 2016 Best Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Variation 2017
1 1 Chevrolet Onix 134.219 108.026 24,2%
2 3 Ford KA 88.422 73.190 20,8%
3 2 Hyundai HB20 79.368 89.799 -11,6%
4 10 Renault Sandero 55.561 43.767 26,9%
5 7 Volkswagen Gol 55.295 45.671 21,1%
6 6 Chevrolet Prisma 51.037 48.289 5,7%
7 5 Toyota Corolla 48.144 48.640 -1,0%
8 27 Fiat Mobi 38.898 17.086 127,7%
9 17 Fiat Toro 38.425 27.634 39,0%
10 8 Fiat Strada 37.282 45.247 -17,6%
11 9 Honda HR-V 34.928 43.974 -20,6%
12 12 Volkswagen Fox/CrossFox 34.653 36.275 -4,5%
13 139 Jeep Compass 34.526 316 10825,9%
14 14 Volkswagen Saveiro 31.205 29.335 6,4%
15 16 Toyota Etios Hatchback 31.044 28.011 10,8%
16 19 Fiat Uno 30.284 25.733 17,7%
17 26 Volkswagen Voyage 29.960 17.829 68,0%
18 11 Jeep Renegade 28.553 39.383 -27,5%
19 Hyundai Creta 28.337
20 15 Volkswagen Up! 26.602 28.572 -6,9%
21 20 Toyota Hilux 24.579 25.421 -3,3%
22 13 Hyundai HB20S 23.087 33.874 -31,8%
23 21 Toyota Etios Sedan 22.794 22.527 1,2%
24 24 Chevrolet S10 22.225 18.459 20,4%
25 59 Nissan Kicks 22.156 4.939 348,6%
26 22 Ford Ecosport 21.531 20.838 3,3%
27 33 Honda Civic 20.249 12.563 61,2%
28 31 Renault Logan 19.554 15.456 26,5%
29 18 Fiat Siena 19.332 25.756 -24,9%
30 4 Fiat Palio 18.830 48.653 -61,3%
31 28 Chevrolet Spin 17.698 16.513 7,2%
32 23 Honda Fit 17.451 20.283 -14,0%
33 29 Chevrolet Cobalt 17.049 15.881 7,4%
34 30 Nissan Versa 14.750 15.480 -4,7%
35 48 Chevrolet Cruze Sedan 14.283 7.614 87,6%
36 34 Ford Fiesta 14.171 12.005 18,0%
37 Renault Kwid 13.601
38 Fiat Argo 13.165
39 25 Renault Duster 12.814 18.321 -30,1%
40 35 Honda City 12.286 11.921 3,1%
41 36 Ford Ranger 11.550 11.496 0,5%
42 Honda WR-V 10.877
43 32 Nissan March 10.830 14.176 -23,6%
44 42 Chevrolet Montana 10.239 9.518 7,6%
45 45 Toyota Hilux SW4 9.208 8.039 14,5%
46 47 Peugeot 208 8.324 7.689 8,3%
47 51 Volkswagen Amarok 8.108 7.054 14,9%
48 46 Peugeot 2008 7.939 7.889 0,6%
49 50 Chevrolet Tracker 7.924 7.089 11,8%
50 Renault Captur 7.773
51 41 Ford Focus 7.661 9.553 -19,8%
52 49 Fiat Fiorino 7.581 7.496 1,1%
53 44 Hyundai ix35 7.516 8.255 -9,0%
54 40 Renault Oroch 7.469 10.405 -28,2%
55 52 Mitsubishi L200 7.407 6.981 6,1%
56 43 Citroen C3 7.106 8.970 -20,8%
57 57 Citroen C3 Aircross 6.046 5.105 18,4%
58 54 Volkswagen Jetta 5.673 6.024 -5,8%
59 69 Chevrolet Cruze Hatch 5.382 3.037 77,2%
60 60 Renault Master 4.479 4.924 -9,0%
61 71 Mercedes C Class 4.338 2.974 45,9%
62 188 A_OTHERS 4.048 (669) -705,1%
63 62 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.936 3.790 3,9%
64 55 Fiat Doblo 3.883 5.741 -32,4%
65 38 Hyundai Tucson 3.620 10.669 -66,1%
66 63 Mitsubishi ASX 3.447 3.673 -6,2%
67 61 Volkswagen Golf 3.300 4.705 -29,9%
68 74 Ford Fusion 3.191 2.642 20,8%
69 72 Audi Q3 3.185 2.949 8,0%
70 56 Nissan Sentra 3.076 5.267 -41,6%
71 73 Nissan Frontier 2.983 2.827 5,5%
72 64 Hyundai HR 2.840 3.612 -21,4%
73 78 BMW X1 2.759 2.404 14,8%
74 77 Mercedes GLA 2.755 2.406 14,5%
75 68 Citroen C4 2.728 3.088 -11,7%
76 58 Fiat Weekend 2.726 5.099 -46,5%
77 67 Land Rover Discovery 2.559 3.112 -17,8%
78 70 Kia Sportage 2.511 2.995 -16,2%
79 73 BMW 3 Series 2.475 2.827 -12,5%
80 103 Chevrolet Trailblazer 2.473 847 192,0%
81 140 Chery QQ 2.304 315 631,4%
82 66 Audi A3 sedan 2.071 3.164 -34,5%
83 145 Toyota Prius 1.915 221 766,5%
84 113 JAC T5 1.810 631 186,8%
85 53 Fiat Punto 1.784 6.537 -72,7%
86 107 Hyundai Elantra 1.711 730 134,4%
87 84 Volvo XC60 1.701 1.560 9,0%
88 88 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 1.498 1.488 0,7%
89 76 Fiat Ducato 1.446 2.414 -40,1%
90 85 Lifan X60 1.377 1.540 -10,6%
91 89 Iveco Daily 1.372 1.422 -3,5%
92 79 Mitsubishi Pajero 1.357 2.073 -34,5%
93 94 Suzuki Jimny 1.344 1.129 19,0%
94 Suzuki Vitara 1.340
95 91 Kia Cerato 1.179 1.340 -12,0%
96 98 Kia K2500 1.156 970 19,2%
97 95 Troller T4 1.116 1.065 4,8%
98 106 Mini Cooper 1.023 778 31,5%
99 105 Peugeot 408 892 805 10,8%
100 134 Mercedes A Class 805 348 131,3%

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