Europe Top 100
Europe Sales Data reported to aggregate the Top 100 ranking combined the 28 countries of European Community plus the 3 E.F.T.A. (Norway, Iceland and Switzerland) plus East and South European countries like Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia, Moldova, Belarus, Moldova, Armenia, Georgia, and Albania.
Data are sourced by the F2M Mobility Database, feed on daily basis aggregating data from all National Car Maker Associations or Dealers Associations, including, for the European Community, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association.
Europe best selling cars ranking after ten months of the 2017 dominated by the Volkswagen Golf, albeit declining in volume, ahead of the Volkswagen Polo and the Renault Clio. The Volkswagen Tiguan is the new star advancing in 7th place, up 12 spots.
European Car Market was almost positive in the first half of the 2017 with 39 out of 43 markets reporting a year on year increase and 5 markets losing marginally. The fastest growing country has been Ukraine, recovering from the crisis followed by Finland and Bulgaria.
Europe best selling cars 2016 ranking shows seventh new models within the Top 100, led by the Hyundai Tucson and the BMW X1. On top of the list, the Volkswagen Golf was the Queen, for the 42nd year.
Europe Best Selling Brand 2016 ranking dominated by Volkswagen in a market up 4.9%. Strong performers had been Renault (second) Mercedes (sixth) and Fiat (seventh).
Europe best selling cars 2015 ranking. The top 100 models in the full year 2015 confirms Volkswagen Golf on top of the list followed by the Volkswagen Polo, Renault Clio and Ford Fiesta. BMW Series 2 the best new entrance.
Germany best selling cars ranking 2015 was dominated by the Volkswagen Golf, leader for the 40th consecutive year with market share record at 9.0% and over 5 points of share gap on the group of followers.
Europe Best selling Vehicle ranking is dominated by Volkswagen that holds the first two places plus the ninth. There are only two Japanese models in the top 20 and the first korean model is only 24th. See Top 100 models statistics.
In January Opel Corsa shines among the European best selling cars gaining the fifth place in the ranking. Others fast movers were Nissan Qashqai, Mercedes C Class and Peugeot 308.
The 100 Best Selling Cars in Europe – full year 2014 ranking was dominated by Volkswagen with an amazing +22% performed by the Golf and with Polo beating Clio, Fiesta and Focus. Toyota Yaris shines.
Opel Mokka is the fastest growing model inside the European Vehicles Market jumping in 16th place among the Best-selling 100 models. Ford Fiesta starts paying tributes to the age losing terrain from the top, where Golf is unrivalled.
October Ranking of Top 100 Best-selling Cars in Europe killed by the leader, with Volkswagen Golf booming over one third year on year and near to double sales of the second of the list. See all statistics here.
European Best selling Cars ranking in September led by VW Golf ahead of Fiesta & Polo. Fastest growing model was the Opel Mokka while last generation Renault Twingo jumped on top of city cars segment. See here the Top 100 models ranking.
Best selling Cars in Europe June 2014 confirms the momentum for Renault models with the Clio again second and with Megane, Captur and Twingo among the fastest models. Peugeot 308, Opel Mokka, Seat Leon, Fiat 500L and Skoda Rapid the raising stars.
April 2014 European Best selling Cars ranking was led by Golf, Polo and Fiesta. From the exclusive Top 100 Ranking it must be highlighted the performance of Fiat Panda, Skoda Octavia, Nissan Qashqai and BMW Series 5, leaders in their segments.
Q1 2014 European best selling cars ranking was leaded again by Volkswagen Golf with increased share from last year. Two great winners are emerging from the bulk, the Skoda Octavia, entered in top ten, and the Audi A3.
Europe best selling cars 2013 ranking was full of surprise with new models emerging in the list and old icons confirming their status. See top 100 models ranking.