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Europe best selling cars ranking. The top 100 model at August 2016

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Europe best selling cars ranking in the first eight months of 2016. The Peugeot 208 shines gaining three steps while the Hyundai Tucson is the raising star and the Audi A3 is the best premium model.

The Top 100 Ranking

Compared with the previous year data, Year to Date August 2016 European sales data on the best-selling cars show the Peugeot 208 as fastest top model growing in double-digit and gaining 4 spots, while the last generation of Opel Astra, voted car of the year by Journalists, advanced in 9th place with a great +19% and the new Hyundai Tucson wins the palm of best new entrance of the year.

However, podium was unchanged with the Volkswagen Golf, Queen of Europe since 41 years, on top of the list selling 398.000 units (-5.7%) and a huge margin over all the followers.

In second place the Volkswagen Polo with 261.847 sales (+5.3%) engaged in an amazing duel with the Renault Clio  that ended the first half ahead of the rival and actually third  with 252.000 (+0.8%)  .

In fourth place but with a severe gap the Ford Fiesta with 203.000 (-7.1%), followed by the Opel Corsa with 188.000 (+0.2%) and the Peugeot 208 advanced in 6th place with 180.000 sales (+14.2%)

In seventh place, down 1 spot, the Nissan Qashqai with 177.000 (+1.9%) ahead of the Skoda Octavia with 177.000 (+4.4%), the Opel Astra with 162.000 sales  (+19.1%) and in 10th place the Ford Focus with 161.000 (-4.4%).

The best premium car was the Audi A3, 14th with 135.000 sales (-5.1%) while the best new model was the Hyundai Tucson, 22nd with 114.000 ahead of the Renault Kadjar, 36th with 88.000 units.

Source of Data

Data are sourced by the focus2move.com 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.

Data 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.

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see statistics regarding Brands and Groups. 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 2016 Rank 2015 Best Sales 2016 Var 2016
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 398.214 -5,7%
2 3 Volkswagen Polo 261.846 5,3%
3 2 Renault Clio 252.645 0,8%
4 4 Ford Fiesta 203.759 -7,1%
5 5 Opel Corsa 188.388 0,2%
6 10 Peugeot 208 180.869 14,2%
7 6 Nissan Qashqai 177.925 1,9%
8 8 Skoda Octavia 177.297 4,4%
9 12 Opel Astra 162.933 19,1%
10 9 Ford Focus 161.145 -4,4%
11 7 Volkswagen Passat 160.723 -6,1%
12 14 Renault Captur 145.668 9,0%
13 13 Peugeot 308 141.799 4,2%
14 11 Audi A3 135.372 -5,1%
15 21 Dacia Sandero 135.355 24,6%
16 16 Toyota Yaris 132.848 5,7%
17 19 Fiat Panda 132.026 18,6%
18 15 Mercedes C Class 123.238 -4,4%
19 24 Peugeot 2008 120.665 15,0%
20 23 Skoda Fabia 119.887 12,8%
21 18 Fiat 500 118.986 3,3%
22 246 Hyundai Tucson 114.309 2638,2%
23 31 Audi A4 114.136 27,4%
24 30 Kia Sportage 114.021 26,2%
25 17 Opel Mokka 113.159 -2,1%
26 25 Seat Leon 108.227 5,3%
27 28 Dacia Duster 107.132 10,7%
28 20 Volkswagen Tiguan 105.745 -3,5%
29 22 Kia Rio 105.205 -2,0%
30 26 Citroen C3 104.293 4,9%
31 27 BMW 3 Series 101.851 2,9%
32 38 Mercedes A Class 95.350 18,7%
33 29 Renault Mégane 91.630 -3,1%
34 35 Toyota Auris 91.446 7,7%
35 33 Seat Ibiza 90.933 5,4%
36 159 Renault Kadjar 88.456 469,3%
37 44 Ford Kuga 87.290 21,9%
38 36 BMW 1 Series 85.641 1,5%
39 32 Mini 80.786 -6,6%
40 39 Hyundai i20 77.868 -0,6%
41 67 Volkswagen Touran 77.554 51,1%
42 64 BMW 2 Series 72.244 30,0%
43 42 Nissan Juke 70.436 -5,3%
44 45 Fiat 500L 70.088 -0,9%
45 51 Mercedes E Class 69.799 8,2%
46 47 Citroen C4 Picasso 68.944 2,0%
47 46 Kia Cee’d 68.657 0,5%
48 54 Toyota RAV4 68.233 11,5%
49 87 Fiat 500X 67.911 81,7%
50 43 Volkswagen Up! 67.208 -6,5%
51 49 Audi A6 66.942 0,8%
52 56 Audi Q3 66.595 14,3%
53 57 Audi A1 65.849 13,0%
54 48 Skoda Rapid 65.112 -3,4%
55 96 Skoda Superb 62.624 86,2%
56 113 BMW X1 60.395 126,6%
57 41 Hyundai Solaris 60.142 -19,3%
58 40 Renault Scénic 59.985 -19,8%
59 61 Citroen C4 59.720 5,0%
60 52 Renault Twingo 59.067 -7,7%
61 50 BMW 5 Series 58.660 -10,7%
62 63 Ford C-max 58.114 4,2%
63 55 Hyundai i10 57.523 -3,4%
64 37 Lada Granta 57.383 -30,5%
65 58 Hyundai i30 57.378 -0,7%
66 62 Toyota Aygo 56.910 1,4%
67 53 Opel Insignia 56.579 -10,3%
68 70 Citroen C4 Cactus 55.253 11,1%
69 79 Nissan X-Trail 53.899 27,5%
70 59 Ford Mondeo 53.889 -6,4%
71 60 Mercedes B Class 52.388 -8,1%
72 93 Jeep Renegade 51.897 43,1%
73 66 Volvo XC60 51.451 -0,9%
74 65 Fiat Punto 47.397 -14,6%
75 68 Mazda CX-5 47.306 -6,1%
76 80 Lancia Ypsilon 47.217 14,2%
77 423 Mercedes GLC 46.587 18169,3%
78 73 BMW 4 Series 46.402 -2,4%
79 77 Audi Q5 46.297 5,1%
80 76 Mercedes GLA 45.850 4,0%
81 72 Peugeot 108 45.615 -4,3%
82 81 Mercedes CLA 45.583 13,3%
83 69 Skoda Yeti 45.446 -8,8%
84 71 Volvo V40 45.438 -6,4%
85 78 Citroen C1 44.559 3,5%
86 74 Peugeot 3008 43.269 -5,4%
87 75 Nissan Micra 42.975 -4,6%
88 92 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 42.820 17,6%
89 89 Smart Fortwo 42.470 14,1%
90 121 Ford Ecosport 40.577 63,2%
91 104 Renault Logan 39.484 31,0%
92 83 Kia Picanto 38.621 1,8%
93 131 Renault Sandero 37.212 76,6%
94 85 Honda CR-V 37.043 -1,5%
95 91 Opel Adam 35.247 -5,0%
96 205 Mazda CX-3 34.534 316,4%
97 94 Dacia Logan 34.469 -0,6%
98 88 Opel Meriva 33.776 -9,6%
99 Lada Vesta 33.154
100 95 BMW X3 33.101 -1,7%

 

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