Europe best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

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Europe best selling cars ranking after eleven 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.

A preliminary estimate of GDP revealed that European economy growth remained buoyant in the third quarter of 2017, on the back of solid activity in the region’s major players. Although a breakdown of components is not yet available, the region’s drivers are expected to have been largely unchanged, with tailwinds from high sentiment, accommodative monetary policy and a favorable external backdrop fueling both domestic demand and the external sector. Early data for the fourth quarter points to another period of strong growth.

European best car passenger’s ranking year to date November 2017 was almost in line with the full year 2016 ranking, with only two new nameplates entered within the Top 100, represented by the compact SUV made by Toyota, the C-HR (52nd) and the Audi Q2 (86th).

Following a first half lost in double-digit, the market leader is progressively reducing the gap from the previous year confirming the rule of king of this region, for the 43rd year without a break. It is the Volkswagen Golf, with actual sales at 502.000 units, down 12.4%.

Fighting for the second place there are the Renault Clio, second with 338.000 units (-1.8%) and the Volkswagen Polo, third with 328.000 units (-17.0%).

In fouth place the best SUV, Nissan Qashqai with 226.000 sales (-2.2%), has gained one spot since August taking advantage from the new Ford Fiesta production rump up, with temporary sales decline. The Fiesta is now 5th with 251.000 sales (-19.3%).

In sixth place the Skoda Octavia with 247.000 sales (-8.8%) followed by the star of the year, the Volkswagen Tiguan, up 12th spots, with 245.000 sales (+30.0%),  the Ford Focus with 234.000 units (-0.9%), the  Opel (and Vauxhall) Corsa with 228.000 (-18.8%) and in 10th place by the Opel (and Vauxhall) Astra with 228.000 units (-17.8%)

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 Best Sales 2017 Variation 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 500.508 -3,9%
2 3 Renault Clio 337.868 9,2%
3 2 Volkswagen Polo 279.491 -10,4%
4 8 Nissan Qashqai 248.737 6,7%
5 4 Ford Fiesta 246.713 -13,6%
6 5 Opel Corsa 228.716 -10,8%
7 6 Opel Astra 228.533 -9,9%
8 9 Skoda Octavia 223.305 -0,9%
9 11 Ford Focus 221.334 8,4%
10 7 Peugeot 208 220.981 -8,0%
11 20 Volkswagen Tiguan 219.245 31,1%
12 17 Dacia Sandero 200.173 14,5%
13 28 Citroen C3 196.873 41,2%
14 12 Renault Captur 196.004 -1,0%
15 30 Renault Mégane 193.075 39,9%
16 10 Volkswagen Passat 186.460 -10,1%
17 14 Toyota Yaris 184.736 2,4%
18 15 Fiat Panda 179.300 -0,1%
19 18 Mercedes C Class 173.059 -0,1%
20 19 Skoda Fabia 170.925 1,3%
21 22 Fiat 500 164.186 1,4%
22 21 Peugeot 2008 162.829 -0,7%
23 16 Audi A3 155.105 -12,7%
24 23 Opel Mokka 154.881 -0,5%
25 13 Peugeot 308 153.565 -17,0%
26 24 Hyundai Tucson 146.462 -5,3%
27 75 Peugeot 3008 146.012 128,3%
28 27 Dacia Duster 143.012 -0,7%
29 26 Seat Leon 142.423 -2,8%
30 25 Audi A4 138.979 -10,0%
31 38 Ford Kuga 138.539 23,2%
32 32 Mercedes A Class 132.384 -2,4%
33 31 Kia Sportage 125.218 -8,4%
34 34 BMW 1 Series 121.467 -2,5%
35 37 Mini 120.583 1,4%
36 36 Seat Ibiza 119.338 -1,1%
37 89 Fiat Tipo 117.494 124,0%
38 39 Hyundai i20 115.822 5,4%
39 42 Mercedes E Class 113.784 18,1%
40 29 BMW 3 Series 111.732 -19,3%
41 33 Toyota Auris 110.361 -11,9%
42 35 Renault Kadjar 109.773 -10,5%
43 52 BMW X1 107.058 24,0%
44 54 BMW 5 Series 101.121 25,8%
45 40 Volkswagen Touran 99.336 -2,3%
46 280 Toyota C-HR 97.235 4561,3%
47 59 Renault Scénic 94.609 25,6%
48 46 Volkswagen Up! 93.088 3,2%
49 43 Fiat 500x 91.070 -3,5%
50 72 Mercedes GLC 90.637 40,7%
51 62 Volvo XC60 89.840 22,5%
52 51 Citroen C4 Picasso 86.386 -1,0%
53 44 Nissan Juke 86.343 -7,1%
54 53 Hyundai i10 86.033 5,2%
55 50 Skoda Superb 83.027 -5,0%
56 81 Nissan Micra 81.675 35,0%
57 47 Audi A6 79.937 -10,2%
58 45 Audi A1 79.728 -11,8%
59 55 Toyota Aygo 79.355 0,5%
60 41 BMW 2 Series 77.672 -20,1%
61 49 Audi Q3 74.044 -15,6%
62 63 Suzuki Vitara 71.970 -0,2%
63 58 Opel Insignia 70.909 -6,7%
64 61 Hyundai i30 70.748 -5,4%
65 68 Kia Rio 70.689 6,5%
66 57 Renault Twingo 70.509 -9,1%
67 64 Jeep Renegade 70.248 -1,9%
68 279 Audi Q2 69.852 3215,2%
69 60 Kia Cee’d 67.420 -10,2%
70 56 Ford C-max 67.115 -14,7%
71 85 Nissan X-Trail 66.652 13,1%
72 48 Fiat 500L 66.468 -24,5%
73 77 Skoda Rapid 65.199 2,7%
74 170 Seat Ateca 64.841 328,0%
75 74 Toyota RAV4 64.250 0,1%
76 79 Mercedes GLA 63.792 2,0%
77 69 Volvo V40 63.739 -2,6%
78 73 Audi Q5 61.893 -3,7%
79 76 BMW 4 Series 61.185 -4,1%
80 66 Mercedes B Class 60.672 -11,8%
81 70 Mercedes CLA 60.420 -6,7%
82 88 Ford Ecosport 59.967 13,1%
83 78 Lancia Ypsilon 57.672 -7,9%
84 65 Citroen C4 Cactus 57.106 -18,9%
85 80 Smart Fortwo 56.554 -9,6%
86 67 Ford Mondeo 56.303 -17,7%
87 86 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 56.135 -3,1%
88 92 Honda Civic 55.674 9,5%
89 91 Kia Picanto 54.959 7,5%
90 90 Mazda CX-5 54.677 6,3%
91 82 Peugeot 108 54.379 -9,2%
92 83 Citroen C1 53.614 -10,1%
93 71 Citroen C4 52.036 -19,4%
94 103 Audi A5 50.503 22,0%
95 94 Mazda CX-3 49.981 3,2%
96 87 Skoda Yeti 49.894 -12,0%
97 96 Dacia Logan 47.961 2,8%
98 84 Fiat Punto 47.373 -19,6%
99 93 Opel Adam 47.179 -4,1%
100 Skoda Kodiaq 44.451

 

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