Europe best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

Europe best selling cars Toyota-C-HR-2017

Europe best selling cars ranking updated at the end of the first half 2017 shows the amazing +20 spots jump made by the last generation of the Volkswagen Tiguan, landed in 8th place. Only one new entrances in the top 100, the Toyota C-HR.

European best car passenger’s ranking at the end of the first half 2017 was almost in line with the full year 2016 ranking, with only one new nameplat entered within the Top 100, represented by the compact SUV made by Toyota, the C-HR (53rd)

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, with actual sales at 279.370 units, down 11.4%.

Fighting for the second place there are the Volkswagen Polo, second with 205.213 units (+1.1%), the Renault Clio, third with 195.903 units (+7.5%) and the Ford Fiesta with 165.465 (+0.4%), which will be helped in the H2 by the next generation launch.

In fifth place the Nissan Qashqai with 153.703 sales (7.9%) followed by the Opel (and Vauxhall) Corsa with 141.857 units  (-7.6%) and the Peugeot 208 with 137.274 units (-1.9%).

In eight place the Volkswagen Tiguan up 20 spots with 136.279 sales (+68.2%) followe by the Ford Focus with 135.963 (+4.7%) and in 10th place the Skoda Octavia with 135.389 sales (-3.0%).

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 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales I Half 2017 Sales I Half 2016 Variation I Half 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 279.370 315.205 -11,4%
2 2 Volkswagen Polo 205.213 202.970 1,1%
3 3 Renault Clio 195.903 182.250 7,5%
4 4 Ford Fiesta 165.469 164.845 0,4%
5 6 Nissan Qashqai 153.703 142.409 7,9%
6 5 Opel Corsa 141.852 153.448 -7,6%
7 9 Opel Astra 140.014 133.074 5,2%
8 7 Peugeot 208 137.274 139.981 -1,9%
9 29 Volkswagen Tiguan 136.279 81.032 68,2%
10 10 Ford Focus 135.963 129.869 4,7%
11 8 Skoda Octavia 135.389 139.518 -3,0%
12 12 Renault Captur 115.400 112.641 2,4%
13 11 Volkswagen Passat 113.417 129.208 -12,2%
14 13 Fiat Panda 113.038 110.247 2,5%
15 18 Dacia Sandero 108.190 95.970 12,7%
16 35 Renault Mégane 108.108 71.974 50,2%
17 16 Toyota Yaris 107.655 103.721 3,8%
18 28 Citroen C3 107.313 81.802 31,2%
19 20 Mercedes C Class 105.364 95.248 10,6%
20 22 Peugeot 2008 102.829 92.431 11,2%
21 17 Fiat 500 101.582 97.285 4,4%
22 19 Skoda Fabia 99.157 95.872 3,4%
23 24 Opel Mokka 99.119 90.550 9,5%
24 15 Audi A3 94.242 108.186 -12,9%
25 14 Peugeot 308 91.416 109.880 -16,8%
26 31 Kia Rio 87.498 77.811 12,4%
27 23 Kia Sportage 86.952 91.028 -4,5%
28 21 Hyundai Tucson 85.644 93.734 -8,6%
29 26 Seat Leon 84.973 85.437 -0,5%
30 38 Ford Kuga 82.631 68.178 21,2%
31 27 Dacia Duster 81.543 84.685 -3,7%
32 25 Audi A4 80.268 88.598 -9,4%
33 32 Mercedes A Class 78.129 75.748 3,1%
34 30 BMW 3 Series 74.575 80.726 -7,6%
35 88 Peugeot 3008 74.504 34.625 115,2%
36 37 BMW 1 Series 69.680 68.340 2,0%
37 39 Mini 69.271 65.757 5,3%
38 47 Mercedes E Class 68.419 55.467 23,4%
39 36 Seat Ibiza 68.198 71.015 -4,0%
40 116 Fiat Tipo 68.169 22.569 202,0%
41 34 Toyota Auris 67.457 73.636 -8,4%
42 33 Renault Kadjar 66.740 74.201 -10,1%
43 42 Hyundai i20 65.819 58.141 13,2%
44 57 BMW X1 60.724 48.489 25,2%
45 45 Fiat 500x 59.821 57.128 4,7%
46 40 Volkswagen Touran 57.880 61.041 -5,2%
47 43 Nissan Juke 55.446 57.426 -3,4%
48 48 Volkswagen Up! 54.154 54.768 -1,1%
49 62 BMW 5 Series 53.202 46.351 14,8%
50 54 Toyota RAV4 52.476 50.690 3,5%
51 73 Volvo XC60 51.564 40.492 27,3%
52 46 Citroen C4 Picasso 50.675 56.610 -10,5%
53 59 Skoda Rapid 50.627 48.183 5,1%
54 Toyota C-HR 50.429 29
55 41 BMW 2 Series 50.218 59.090 -15,0%
56 52 Audi A6 49.623 52.902 -6,2%
57 53 Skoda Superb 49.179 52.892 -7,0%
58 51 Kia Cee’d 49.051 53.087 -7,6%
59 61 Toyota Aygo 49.028 47.339 3,6%
60 49 Audi A1 48.499 53.284 -9,0%
61 77 Mercedes GLC 47.618 37.626 26,6%
62 68 Hyundai i10 47.582 44.638 6,6%
63 44 Fiat 500L 46.701 57.417 -18,7%
64 50 Audi Q3 46.244 53.116 -12,9%
65 56 Renault Scénic 46.111 48.572 -5,1%
66 64 Renault Twingo 45.732 45.831 -0,2%
67 71 Nissan X-Trail 45.583 43.002 6,0%
68 72 Jeep Renegade 44.577 40.986 8,8%
69 67 Suzuki Vitara 43.789 44.651 -1,9%
70 66 Hyundai i30 43.613 45.768 -4,7%
71 87 Nissan Micra 43.426 34.648 25,3%
72 55 Lada Granta 42.763 48.801 -12,4%
73 60 Ford C-max 42.144 47.539 -11,3%
74 69 Opel Insignia 41.092 44.569 -7,8%
75 65 Citroen C4 Cactus 40.982 45.804 -10,5%
76 58 Citroen C4 40.971 48.316 -15,2%
77 74 Mercedes B Class 39.609 40.454 -2,1%
78 70 Ford Mondeo 39.162 43.597 -10,2%
79 75 Lancia Ypsilon 37.363 40.167 -7,0%
80 81 Mercedes GLA 36.885 36.321 1,6%
81 82 Volvo V40 36.821 36.263 1,5%
82 79 Citroen C1 36.471 36.566 -0,3%
83 76 BMW 4 Series 36.385 37.831 -3,8%
84 84 Mazda CX-5 36.138 36.087 0,1%
85 91 Ford Ecosport 35.649 32.220 10,6%
86 80 Peugeot 108 35.196 36.509 -3,6%
87 111 Lada Vesta 34.999 22.998 52,2%
88 86 Audi Q5 34.814 35.053 -0,7%
89 90 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 34.777 34.260 1,5%
90 89 Mercedes CLA 34.423 34.397 0,1%
91 85 Smart Fortwo 34.381 35.892 -4,2%
92 83 Skoda Yeti 33.355 36.110 -7,6%
93 63 Hyundai Solaris 32.798 45.983 -28,7%
94 92 Kia Picanto 32.530 29.787 9,2%
95 95 Honda Civic 31.957 28.787 11,0%
96 Audi Q2 31.338 22
97 78 Fiat Punto 29.890 36.895 -19,0%
98 293 Seat Ateca 29.524 1.355
99 102 Audi A5 29.225 25.365 15,2%
100 94 Opel Adam 27.927 28.959 -3,6%

 

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