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Europe best selling cars March. Toyota C-HR the only entrance within top 100

Europe best selling cars Toyota-C-HR-2017

Europe best selling cars ranking at the end of the first quarter 2017 shows the 17 spots jump made by the last generation of Volkswagen Tiguan, landed in 10th place. Only one new entrances in top 100, the Toyota C-HR

European best car passenger’s ranking at the end of March 2017 was almost in line with the full year 2016 ranking, with only one new entrances within the Top 100, represented by the compact SUV made by Toyota, the C-HR (69th)

Looking at the top of the ranking, it is remarkable the volume decline, over 10%, of the leader, the Volkswagen Golf , while dominating for the 43rd consecutive year In the first quarter the model was sold in 135.459 units (-10.2%).

Fighting for the second place, the Volkswagen Polo with 96.505 units (+0.2%), the Ford Fiesta with 92.683 (+6.9%) and the Renault Clio with 91.086 units (+9.5%).

In fifth place the Nissan Qashqai with 83.300 (+14.7%) followed b ythe Opel (and Vauxhall) Corsa with 76.035  (-0.5%), Opel (Vauxhall) Astra up 3 spots with 69.741 units (+12.9%), the Ford Focus with 68.336 (+6.3%) and in 10th place the Volkswagen Tiguan up 17 spots with 38.676 sales (+65.3%).

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 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales YTD 2017 Sales YTD 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 135.549 150.925 -10,2%
2 2 Volkswagen Polo 96.505 96.326 0,2%
3 3 Ford Fiesta 92.683 86.738 6,9%
4 4 Renault Clio 91.086 83.214 9,5%
5 6 Nissan Qashqai 83.306 72.605 14,7%
6 5 Opel Corsa 76.035 76.437 -0,5%
7 10 Opel Astra 69.741 61.774 12,9%
8 9 Ford Focus 68.336 64.296 6,3%
9 7 Peugeot 208 67.071 66.781 0,4%
10 27 Volkswagen Tiguan 66.163 40.027 65,3%
11 8 Skoda Octavia 65.835 66.148 -0,5%
12 12 Fiat Panda 58.425 57.229 2,1%
13 15 Renault Captur 53.863 54.392 -1,0%
14 11 Volkswagen Passat 53.305 60.688 -12,2%
15 17 Fiat 500 53.287 49.696 7,2%
16 20 Peugeot 2008 52.325 44.190 18,4%
17 23 Mercedes C Class 51.560 43.403 18,8%
18 16 Toyota Yaris 51.559 50.601 1,9%
19 13 Audi A3 49.906 57.124 -12,6%
20 14 Peugeot 308 49.127 55.944 -12,2%
21 24 Dacia Sandero 49.039 43.165 13,6%
22 18 Opel Mokka 48.685 44.992 8,2%
23 26 Citroen C3 48.198 40.215 19,9%
24 22 Skoda Fabia 45.231 43.880 3,1%
25 21 Kia Sportage 44.767 44.133 1,4%
26 62 Renault Mégane 42.238 23.639 78,7%
27 35 Ford Kuga 41.691 33.552 24,3%
28 32 Kia Rio 41.375 34.943 18,4%
29 19 Hyundai Tucson 40.824 44.445 -8,1%
30 31 Audi A4 39.392 38.127 3,3%
31 25 Seat Leon 38.568 40.289 -4,3%
32 28 BMW 3 Series 38.404 39.785 -3,5%
33 29 Dacia Duster 38.217 38.637 -1,1%
34 33 Mercedes A Class 35.794 34.403 4,0%
35 30 Toyota Auris 35.702 38.400 -7,0%
36 37 BMW 1 Series 34.544 31.860 8,4%
37 40 Mini 33.928 29.774 14,0%
38 98 Peugeot 3008 33.073 16.487 100,6%
39 57 Mercedes E Class 32.002 24.240 32,0%
40 38 Nissan Juke 31.461 30.336 3,7%
41 39 Citroen Berlingo 31.021 30.315 2,3%
42 63 BMW X1 30.822 23.306 32,2%
43 36 Seat Ibiza 30.600 32.552 -6,0%
44 34 Renault Kadjar 30.493 34.258 -11,0%
45 43 Hyundai i20 29.738 27.652 7,5%
46 44 Fiat 500x 28.873 27.256 5,9%
47 41 Volkswagen Touran 26.835 28.623 -6,2%
48 50 Volkswagen Caddy 26.588 25.988 2,3%
49 60 Toyota RAV4 25.979 23.805 9,1%
50 47 Volkswagen Up! 25.708 26.101 -1,5%
51 53 Peugeot Partner 25.321 25.357 -0,1%
52 59 Toyota Aygo 25.191 23.943 5,2%
53 68 Nissan X-Trail 24.945 22.852 9,2%
54 49 Audi A6 24.562 26.007 -5,6%
55 46 Volkswagen Transporter 24.500 26.138 -6,3%
56 51 Fiat Ducato 24.471 25.884 -5,5%
57 55 Kia Cee’d 24.461 25.243 -3,1%
58 42 BMW 2 Series 24.437 28.396 -13,9%
59 73 BMW 5 Series 24.172 22.104 9,4%
60 69 Skoda Rapid 24.134 22.588 6,8%
61 56 Renault Kangoo 24.088 24.560 -1,9%
62 64 Skoda Superb 23.577 23.305 1,2%
63 154 Fiat Tipo 23.544 8.073 191,6%
64 83 Mercedes GLC 23.488 19.536 20,2%
65 54 Citroen C4 Picasso 23.443 25.308 -7,4%
66 45 Fiat 500L 23.401 26.689 -12,3%
67 89 Volvo XC60 23.139 18.836 22,8%
68 71 Ford Transit 22.868 22.282 2,6%
69 643 Toyota C-HR 22.796 18 126544,4%
70 52 Audi Q3 22.650 25.777 -12,1%
71 75 Hyundai i10 22.648 22.009 2,9%
72 48 Audi A1 22.263 26.062 -14,6%
73 58 Ford C-max 22.117 24.073 -8,1%
74 66 Suzuki Vitara 21.865 22.945 -4,7%
75 76 Renault Twingo 21.473 21.882 -1,9%
76 72 Hyundai i30 21.327 22.159 -3,8%
77 74 Opel Insignia 20.989 22.035 -4,7%
78 67 Ford Mondeo 20.832 22.855 -8,9%
79 80 Nissan Micra 20.775 19.832 4,8%
80 84 Jeep Renegade 20.595 19.281 6,8%
81 70 Renault Scénic 20.554 22.366 -8,1%
82 81 Lancia Ypsilon 20.316 19.830 2,5%
83 82 Ford Transit Custom 19.985 19.552 2,2%
84 78 Citroen C4 Cactus 19.946 20.805 -4,1%
85 91 Citroen C1 19.547 18.318 6,7%
86 85 Mazda CX-5 19.365 19.111 1,3%
87 87 Peugeot 108 18.753 18.996 -1,3%
88 86 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 18.531 19.079 -2,9%
89 102 Audi Q5 18.477 15.927 16,0%
90 90 Renault Trafic 18.362 18.617 -1,4%
91 79 Citroen C4 18.280 20.562 -11,1%
92 94 Volvo V40 18.223 17.614 3,5%
93 65 Lada Granta 18.128 23.229 -22,0%
94 88 Mercedes Sprinter 17.880 18.989 -5,8%
95 97 Mercedes B Class 17.860 16.849 6,0%
96 93 BMW 4 Series 17.578 17.988 -2,3%
97 95 Mercedes CLA 17.285 17.229 0,3%
98 92 Mercedes GLA 17.095 18.023 -5,1%
99 99 Smart Fortwo 16.716 16.287 2,6%
100 106 Ford Ecosport 16.604 15.254 8,9%

 

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