Europe best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

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Europe best selling cars ranking after nine 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 6th place, up 15 spots.

European best car passenger’s ranking after the first eight months of the 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 413.000 units, down 7.9%.

Fighting for the second place there are the Volkswagen Polo, second with 284.000 units (-3.9%) and the Renault Clio, third with 275.000 units (+10.7%) while the fourth, the Nissan Qashqai with 222.000 sales (+8.1%), has gained one spot in August taking advantage from the new Ford Fiesta production rump up, with temporary sales decline. The Fiesta is now 5th with 211.000 sales (-11.7%).

Behind and up 15 spots, the star of the year, the Volkswagen Tiguan with 199.000 sales (+47.1%).

In seventh place the Skoda Octavia with 199.000 sales (-1.3%) followed by the  Opel (and Vauxhall) Corsa with 196.000 (-10.1%), the Ford Focus with 193.000 units (+5.8%) and and in 10th place by the Opel (and Vauxhall) Astra with 189.000 units  (-2.4%)

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 Sales 2016 Variation 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 413.756 449.417 -7,9%
2 2 Volkswagen Polo 284.713 296.330 -3,9%
3 3 Renault Clio 275.664 248.917 10,7%
4 6 Nissan Qashqai 222.594 205.907 8,1%
5 4 Ford Fiesta 211.223 239.284 -11,7%
6 22 Volkswagen Tiguan 199.714 135.747 47,1%
7 7 Skoda Octavia 199.500 202.117 -1,3%
8 5 Opel Corsa 196.239 218.254 -10,1%
9 11 Ford Focus 193.068 182.529 5,8%
10 9 Opel Astra 189.892 194.591 -2,4%
11 8 Peugeot 208 185.322 198.965 -6,9%
12 18 Dacia Sandero 164.819 144.480 14,1%
13 10 Volkswagen Passat 161.268 185.231 -12,9%
14 32 Citroen C3 157.878 110.601 42,7%
15 12 Renault Captur 155.357 159.070 -2,3%
16 17 Mercedes C Class 151.627 147.045 3,1%
17 15 Toyota Yaris 151.411 149.059 1,6%
18 16 Fiat Panda 148.133 147.817 0,2%
19 34 Renault Mégane 143.401 104.488 37,2%
20 23 Peugeot 2008 140.702 133.436 5,4%
21 19 Skoda Fabia 140.539 140.034 0,4%
22 20 Fiat 500 138.921 138.936 0,0%
23 30 Kia Rio 134.126 117.883 13,8%
24 13 Audi A3 133.765 152.401 -12,2%
25 26 Opel Mokka 133.537 128.995 3,5%
26 21 Hyundai Tucson 129.960 136.817 -5,0%
27 25 Kia Sportage 126.496 131.217 -3,6%
28 14 Peugeot 308 126.355 151.954 -16,8%
29 36 Ford Kuga 119.638 102.911 16,3%
30 103 Peugeot 3008 119.577 47.558 151,4%
31 28 Dacia Duster 118.095 119.450 -1,1%
32 24 Audi A4 117.721 131.914 -10,8%
33 27 Seat Leon 116.383 121.873 -4,5%
34 31 Mercedes A Class 110.972 113.657 -2,4%
35 29 BMW 3 Series 103.269 118.572 -12,9%
36 37 BMW 1 Series 101.493 101.709 -0,2%
37 46 Mercedes E Class 100.623 82.459 22,0%
38 39 Mini 100.567 98.757 1,8%
39 38 Seat Ibiza 99.382 100.766 -1,4%
40 109 Fiat Tipo 98.861 39.569 149,8%
41 40 Hyundai i20 96.369 89.419 7,8%
42 33 Toyota Auris 93.812 104.975 -10,6%
43 41 Citroen Berlingo 93.771 87.488 7,2%
44 43 Fiat Ducato 89.865 84.667 6,1%
45 35 Renault Kadjar 89.666 103.875 -13,7%
46 59 Ford Transit 89.030 75.365 18,1%
47 62 BMW X1 88.984 72.132 23,4%
48 66 BMW 5 Series 87.364 68.228 28,0%
49 45 Volkswagen Caddy 87.116 83.512 4,3%
50 42 Volkswagen Touran 82.052 86.358 -5,0%
51 51 Peugeot Partner 81.983 77.096 6,3%
52 753 Toyota C-HR 80.730 41
53 85 Mercedes GLC 80.153 56.106 42,9%
54 49 Toyota RAV4 79.743 78.961 1,0%
55 78 Volvo XC60 79.321 61.522 28,9%
56 61 Skoda Rapid 77.050 72.863 5,7%
57 54 Volkswagen Up! 75.627 76.006 -0,5%
58 50 Fiat 500x 75.481 78.640 -4,0%
59 47 Nissan Juke 75.146 80.127 -6,2%
60 73 Renault Scénic 74.606 64.648 15,4%
61 48 Volkswagen Transporter 74.050 79.190 -6,5%
62 58 Citroen C4 Picasso 73.320 75.517 -2,9%
63 67 Hyundai i10 72.246 67.859 6,5%
64 74 Nissan X-Trail 72.134 63.990 12,7%
65 44 BMW 2 Series 71.245 83.685 -14,9%
66 60 Skoda Superb 70.243 73.814 -4,8%
67 55 Kia Cee’d 68.887 75.559 -8,8%
68 53 Audi A6 68.655 76.353 -10,1%
69 65 Lada Granta 68.568 68.235 0,5%
70 64 Renault Kangoo 67.737 71.527 -5,3%
71 70 Toyota Aygo 66.495 65.859 1,0%
72 99 Nissan Micra 66.036 50.001 32,1%
73 57 Audi A1 65.464 75.530 -13,3%
74 52 Audi Q3 64.318 76.422 -15,8%
75 76 Suzuki Vitara 62.500 63.414 -1,4%
76 90 Renault Master 62.270 54.186 14,9%
77 71 Renault Twingo 61.079 65.164 -6,3%
78 80 Mercedes Sprinter 60.943 60.343 1,0%
79 72 Hyundai i30 58.636 64.667 -9,3%
80 56 Fiat 500L 58.414 75.533 -22,7%
81 86 Mazda CX-5 58.096 55.017 5,6%
82 82 Jeep Renegade 57.730 59.131 -2,4%
83 69 Ford C-max 55.796 66.448 -16,0%
84 116 Lada Vesta 55.333 37.628 47,1%
85 75 Opel Insignia 54.449 63.869 -14,7%
86 565 Audi Q2 54.177 315
87 102 Ford Ecosport 54.133 47.966 12,9%
88 81 Mercedes B Class 53.568 59.330 -9,7%
89 91 Mercedes GLA 53.355 53.611 -0,5%
90 68 Hyundai Solaris 53.332 66.670 -20,0%
91 87 BMW 4 Series 52.747 54.988 -4,1%
92 88 Audi Q5 52.680 54.892 -4,0%
93 92 Volvo V40 51.457 52.902 -2,7%
94 286 Seat Ateca 51.022 6.005 749,7%
95 89 Mercedes CLA 50.988 54.467 -6,4%
96 77 Ford Mondeo 50.088 61.576 -18,7%
97 93 Lancia Ypsilon 49.844 52.660 -5,3%
98 97 Smart Fortwo 49.802 51.180 -2,7%
99 79 Citroen C4 Cactus 49.591 61.054 -18,8%
100 101 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 48.618 49.675 -2,1%

 

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