Europe best selling cars 2016. The top 100

Europe best selling cars 2016 BMW-X1-2016

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.

The Top 100 Ranking

Seventh new models joined the top 100 models ranking for Europe (let us remember that we include ALL Europe, within Russia, Turkey and others small east European market) during the 2016.

The best of them was the Hyundai Tucson, landed in 22nd place from the 120th, with over 177.000 units sold. Behind the BMW X1, 57th from the 111st, the Suzuki Vitara, 69th from 106th, the Mercedes GLC, 77th from 173rd, the Ford Ecosport, 90th from 109th, the Lada Vesta, 94th from 161st and the Mazda CX3, 98th from 161st.

Looking at the top of the ranking, while losing volume from the previous year, the Volkswagen Golf was again the Queen of Europe since 42 years, selling 578.000 units (8.8%).

In second place the Volkswagen Polo with 389.000 sales (+3.7%) ahead of the archrival, the Renault Clio third with 341.000 (+0.7%).

In fourth place but with a severe gap the Ford Fiesta with 310.000 (-5.0%), followed by the Opel (and Vauxhall) Corsa with 275.000 (-2.5%) and Nissan Qashqai with 273.000 (+4.4%).

In seventh place the Skoda Octavia with 267.000 (+5.8%) ahead of the Opel Astra with 258.000 sales  (+27.8%), the Peugeot 208 with 253.000 sales (+7.4%) and in 10th place the Volkswagen Passat with 248.000 (-6.0%).

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.

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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 Sales 2015 Variation 2016
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 578.861 634.609 -8,8%
2 2 Volkswagen Polo 389.885 376.084 3,7%
3 3 Renault Clio 341.597 339.205 0,7%
4 4 Ford Fiesta 310.542 327.027 -5,0%
5 5 Opel Corsa 275.826 282.837 -2,5%
6 7 Nissan Qashqai 273.818 262.338 4,4%
7 8 Skoda Octavia 267.680 253.115 5,8%
8 14 Opel Astra 258.216 202.007 27,8%
9 10 Peugeot 208 253.877 236.457 7,4%
10 6 Volkswagen Passat 248.588 264.416 -6,0%
11 9 Ford Focus 233.752 250.317 -6,6%
12 13 Renault Captur 218.535 204.116 7,1%
13 12 Audi A3 200.636 214.116 -6,3%
14 11 Peugeot 308 198.864 216.933 -8,3%
15 15 Toyota Yaris 196.229 190.963 2,8%
16 18 Fiat Panda 194.763 173.068 12,5%
17 21 Volkswagen Tiguan 194.305 167.103 16,3%
18 16 Mercedes C Class 193.230 189.012 2,2%
19 23 Dacia Sandero 188.318 161.912 16,3%
20 22 Skoda Fabia 183.388 163.693 12,0%
21 24 Peugeot 2008 178.377 159.177 12,1%
22 120 Hyundai Tucson 177.646 39.310 351,9%
23 17 Opel Mokka 176.006 173.517 1,4%
24 20 Fiat 500 174.235 167.818 3,8%
25 19 Kia Rio 164.002 168.545 -2,7%
26 32 Kia Sportage 162.482 134.656 20,7%
27 33 Audi A4 162.395 129.489 25,4%
28 27 Dacia Duster 159.784 143.334 11,5%
29 34 Renault Mégane 158.789 129.087 23,0%
30 26 Seat Leon 157.923 151.393 4,3%
31 25 BMW 3 Series 154.273 154.880 -0,4%
32 29 Citroen C3 143.007 140.036 2,1%
33 36 Mercedes A Class 141.736 124.718 13,6%
34 31 BMW 1 Series 136.862 136.075 0,6%
35 30 Toyota Auris 136.288 136.911 -0,5%
36 28 Mini 131.909 141.877 -7,0%
37 97 Renault Kadjar 129.776 49.909 160,0%
38 35 Seat Ibiza 129.051 125.298 3,0%
39 41 Ford Kuga 129.042 110.911 16,3%
40 39 Hyundai i20 118.876 114.116 4,2%
41 68 Volkswagen Touran 111.587 76.236 46,4%
42 54 Mercedes E Class 111.124 97.033 14,5%
43 49 BMW 2 Series 107.588 99.700 7,9%
44 40 Nissan Juke 104.140 112.133 -7,1%
45 76 Fiat 500x 102.445 68.973 48,5%
46 44 Citroen C4 Picasso 102.306 105.410 -2,9%
47 43 Volkswagen Up! 100.767 106.576 -5,5%
48 64 Toyota RAV4 100.470 81.965 22,6%
49 46 Fiat 500L 98.664 101.710 -3,0%
50 48 Audi A6 98.133 100.330 -2,2%
51 51 Skoda Rapid 96.876 99.129 -2,3%
52 61 Audi Q3 96.749 87.106 11,1%
53 52 Kia Cee’d 96.490 98.038 -1,6%
54 57 Audi A1 96.464 90.925 6,1%
55 88 Skoda Superb 92.653 56.753 63,3%
56 47 BMW 5 Series 91.801 101.281 -9,4%
57 111 BMW X1 91.439 43.445 110,5%
58 38 Hyundai Solaris 90.418 115.868 -22,0%
59 37 Lada Granta 89.786 121.220 -25,9%
60 55 Renault Twingo 88.426 96.294 -8,2%
61 53 Hyundai i30 88.219 98.029 -10,0%
62 56 Hyundai i10 86.667 92.373 -6,2%
63 50 Opel Insignia 86.215 99.276 -13,2%
64 60 Toyota Aygo 85.727 87.116 -1,6%
65 42 Renault Scénic 84.624 108.677 -22,1%
66 66 Volvo XC60 84.502 80.217 5,3%
67 59 Ford C-max 84.439 87.121 -3,1%
68 62 Citroen C4 83.078 85.151 -2,4%
69 106 Suzuki Vitara 81.870 45.748 79,0%
70 58 Ford Mondeo 79.975 88.195 -9,3%
71 80 Nissan X-Trail 78.764 64.876 21,4%
72 63 Mercedes B Class 76.495 82.890 -7,7%
73 89 Jeep Renegade 76.075 56.323 35,1%
74 74 Citroen C4 Cactus 75.456 70.415 7,2%
75 77 Audi Q5 73.660 68.040 8,3%
76 75 Mercedes GLA 73.502 69.850 5,2%
77 173 Mercedes GLC 73.191 20.858 250,9%
78 71 Mazda CX-5 72.810 73.531 -1,0%
79 65 Volvo V40 72.535 80.456 -9,8%
80 79 Mercedes CLA 71.851 67.170 7,0%
81 78 Peugeot 3008 69.510 67.559 2,9%
82 73 Nissan Micra 69.425 70.506 -1,5%
83 69 BMW 4 Series 69.406 74.190 -6,4%
84 84 Smart Fortwo 69.116 59.061 17,0%
85 70 Skoda Yeti 68.238 73.727 -7,4%
86 83 Lancia Ypsilon 67.062 59.082 13,5%
87 72 Peugeot 108 66.515 71.416 -6,9%
88 81 Citroen C1 65.241 64.774 0,7%
89 67 Fiat Punto 64.443 80.008 -19,5%
90 109 Ford Ecosport 62.738 44.487 41,0%
91 93 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 62.446 54.309 15,0%
92 376 Fiat Tipo 59.511 772 7608,7%
93 87 Kia Picanto 57.530 56.908 1,1%
94 281 Lada Vesta 55.420 3.496 1485,2%
95 86 Honda CR-V 55.157 57.932 -4,8%
96 90 Opel Adam 54.461 55.756 -2,3%
97 82 Mitsubishi Outlander 53.316 62.828 -15,1%
98 161 Mazda CX-3 51.340 23.926 114,6%
99 91 Opel Meriva 50.736 54.724 -7,3%
100 96 BMW X3 50.572 51.155 -1,1%

 

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