Europe best selling cars March. Volkswagen Tiguan jumps in 7th

Europe best selling cars Toyota-C-HR-2017

Europe best selling cars ranking after the first four months of the 2017 shows the amazing +23 spots jump made by the last generation of Volkswagen Tiguan, landed in 7th place. Only one new entrances in top 100, the Toyota C-HR

European best car passenger’s ranking at the end of April 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 (51st)

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 178.000 units, losing a surprising 14.3%.

Fighting for the second place, the Volkswagen Polo with 128.000 units (-1.6%), the Renault Clio with 125.000 units (+9.7%) and the Ford Fiesta with 112.000 (+2.4%).

In fifth place the Nissan Qashqai with 103.235 (+10.6%) followed b ythe Opel (and Vauxhall) Corsa with 96.083  (-2.8%), the Volkswagen Tiguan up 23 spots with 93.220 sales (+78.6%), the Opel (Vauxhall) Astra up 3 spots with 92.644 units (+9.7%), the Ford Focus with 89.613 (+4.8%) and in 10th place  the Peugeot 208 with 88.331 units (-1.6%).

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 April 17 Sales YTD April 16 Variation YTD Apr
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 178.266 207.922 -14,3%
2 2 Volkswagen Polo 128.778 130.807 -1,6%
3 3 Renault Clio 125.828 114.710 9,7%
4 4 Ford Fiesta 112.803 110.151 2,4%
5 6 Nissan Qashqai 103.235 93.361 10,6%
6 5 Opel Corsa 96.083 98.873 -2,8%
7 30 Volkswagen Tiguan 93.220 52.803 76,5%
8 11 Opel Astra 92.644 84.490 9,7%
9 9 Ford Focus 89.613 85.543 4,8%
10 8 Peugeot 208 88.331 89.785 -1,6%
11 7 Skoda Octavia 88.302 90.238 -2,1%
12 12 Fiat Panda 75.478 74.728 1,0%
13 16 Renault Captur 72.952 66.022 10,5%
14 10 Volkswagen Passat 69.378 84.555 -17,9%
15 28 Citroen C3 69.373 52.990 30,9%
16 15 Toyota Yaris 69.040 66.881 3,2%
17 20 Peugeot 2008 68.777 60.053 14,5%
18 23 Mercedes C Class 68.425 58.757 16,5%
19 22 Dacia Sandero 67.320 59.114 13,9%
20 17 Fiat 500 66.946 63.988 4,6%
21 13 Audi A3 65.675 74.395 -11,7%
22 24 Opel Mokka 64.330 58.501 10,0%
23 14 Peugeot 308 63.933 73.967 -13,6%
24 19 Skoda Fabia 62.274 60.192 3,5%
25 56 Renault Mégane 61.388 34.295 79,0%
26 21 Kia Sportage 57.959 60.045 -3,5%
27 33 Kia Rio 57.416 48.280 18,9%
28 37 Ford Kuga 55.438 44.187 25,5%
29 18 Hyundai Tucson 55.382 60.759 -8,8%
30 25 Seat Leon 53.566 54.653 -2,0%
31 29 Dacia Duster 52.834 52.856 0,0%
32 26 Audi A4 52.162 54.623 -4,5%
33 31 BMW 3 Series 48.569 52.287 -7,1%
34 35 Mercedes A Class 48.393 45.509 6,3%
35 102 Peugeot 3008 47.084 21.937 114,6%
36 38 BMW 1 Series 45.575 42.697 6,7%
37 32 Toyota Auris 45.179 49.752 -9,2%
38 40 Mini 43.990 40.289 9,2%
39 53 Mercedes E Class 43.407 34.828 24,6%
40 36 Seat Ibiza 42.675 44.699 -4,5%
41 147 Fiat Tipo 41.326 12.647 226,8%
42 43 Hyundai i20 41.303 37.534 10,0%
43 39 Citroen Berlingo 40.783 41.305 -1,3%
44 34 Renault Kadjar 40.625 45.936 -11,6%
45 67 BMW X1 40.442 31.301 29,2%
46 41 Nissan Juke 38.758 38.908 -0,4%
47 45 Volkswagen Caddy 37.347 37.331 0,0%
48 44 Volkswagen Touran 37.124 37.452 -0,9%
49 47 Fiat 500x 36.804 35.934 2,4%
50 50 Volkswagen Up! 35.040 35.452 -1,2%
51 Toyota C-HR 35.026 21
52 55 Peugeot Partner 34.459 34.619 -0,5%
53 46 Fiat Ducato 34.178 36.991 -7,6%
54 62 Toyota RAV4 33.963 32.257 5,3%
55 66 Toyota Aygo 33.547 31.672 5,9%
56 57 Renault Kangoo 32.871 34.190 -3,9%
57 68 Skoda Rapid 32.868 31.000 6,0%
58 49 Audi A6 32.527 35.492 -8,4%
59 86 Volvo XC60 32.405 25.459 27,3%
60 72 BMW 5 Series 32.308 30.007 7,7%
61 42 BMW 2 Series 32.092 37.764 -15,0%
62 48 Volkswagen Transporter 31.858 35.659 -10,7%
63 59 Citroen C4 Picasso 31.494 34.036 -7,5%
64 58 Kia Cee’d 31.211 34.166 -8,6%
65 69 Ford Transit 31.090 30.478 2,0%
66 61 Skoda Superb 31.065 32.536 -4,5%
67 80 Nissan X-Trail 30.519 28.163 8,4%
68 87 Mercedes GLC 30.380 25.398 19,6%
69 52 Fiat 500L 30.082 34.953 -13,9%
70 51 Audi A1 30.031 34.998 -14,2%
71 54 Audi Q3 29.866 34.761 -14,1%
72 78 Hyundai i10 29.359 28.697 2,3%
73 84 Jeep Renegade 28.789 26.086 10,4%
74 71 Suzuki Vitara 28.487 30.196 -5,7%
75 75 Renault Twingo 28.442 29.435 -3,4%
76 63 Renault Scénic 28.430 32.248 -11,8%
77 64 Ford C-max 28.311 31.795 -11,0%
78 73 Hyundai i30 28.163 29.918 -5,9%
79 89 Nissan Micra 27.423 24.716 11,0%
80 81 Lancia Ypsilon 27.401 26.894 1,9%
81 70 Ford Mondeo 27.215 30.257 -10,1%
82 77 Opel Insignia 26.620 28.895 -7,9%
83 60 Lada Granta 26.603 33.243 -20,0%
84 79 Citroen C4 Cactus 26.253 28.386 -7,5%
85 82 Ford Transit Custom 26.065 26.259 -0,7%
86 83 Mercedes Sprinter 25.180 26.223 -4,0%
87 76 Citroen C4 25.035 29.424 -14,9%
88 91 Citroen C1 24.537 24.256 1,2%
89 90 Mazda CX-5 24.294 24.323 -0,1%
90 88 Peugeot 108 24.222 25.357 -4,5%
91 95 Mercedes B Class 24.132 23.844 1,2%
92 100 Audi Q5 23.847 22.698 5,1%
93 85 Renault Trafic 23.783 25.648 -7,3%
94 97 Volvo V40 23.588 23.222 1,6%
95 92 BMW 4 Series 23.486 24.124 -2,6%
96 93 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 23.255 23.913 -2,7%
97 96 Mercedes GLA 23.036 23.737 -3,0%
98 104 Ford Ecosport 22.664 20.486 10,6%
99 105 Honda Civic 22.528 20.120 12,0%
100 99 Mercedes CLA 22.371 22.976 -2,6%

 

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