Europe best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

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Europe best selling cars ranking after eight months of the 2017 with the market leader losing over 10% but keeping a wide advantage on the followers, with two models fighting for the second place. Volkswagen Tiguan is the new star.

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 (44th) and the Audi Q2 (73rd).

Looking at the top of the ranking, it is remarkable the volume decline, near 10%, of the leader, the Volkswagen Golf , while dominating for the 43rd consecutive year, with actual sales at 356.000 units, down 9.7%.

Fighting for the second place there are the Volkswagen Polo, second with 255.000 units (-0.8%), the Renault Clio, third with 246.000 units (+11.3%) while the fourth, he Nissan Qashqai with 189.000 sales (+7.1%), 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 188.000 sales (-7.3%).

Behind and up 21 spots, the star of the year, the Volkswagen Tiguan with 175.000 sales (+61.2%). In seventh place the Skoda Octavia with 174.000 sales (-2.0%) followed by the  Opel (and Vauxhall) Astra with 172.000 (+2.8%), the Opel (and Vauxhall) Corsa with 171.000 units  (-8.4%) and and in 10th place by the Ford Focus with 169.000 units (+5.5%).

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.

Ran 2017 Rank 2016 Best Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Var 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 356.153 394.596 -9,7%
2 2 Volkswagen Polo 255.195 257.145 -0,8%
3 3 Renault Clio 246.813 221.661 11,3%
4 7 Nissan Qashqai 189.822 177.291 7,1%
5 4 Ford Fiesta 188.777 203.622 -7,3%
6 27 Volkswagen Tiguan 175.939 109.126 61,2%
7 6 Skoda Octavia 174.189 177.695 -2,0%
8 9 Opel Astra 172.484 168.860 2,1%
9 5 Opel Corsa 171.682 187.509 -8,4%
10 11 Ford Focus 169.570 160.761 5,5%
11 8 Peugeot 208 166.210 175.336 -5,2%
12 17 Dacia Sandero 147.631 127.719 15,6%
13 31 Citroen C3 142.716 99.544 43,4%
14 10 Volkswagen Passat 141.683 166.137 -14,7%
15 12 Renault Captur 139.011 139.456 -0,3%
16 16 Toyota Yaris 133.995 131.121 2,2%
17 14 Fiat Panda 132.201 132.158 0,0%
18 18 Mercedes C Class 131.733 124.256 6,0%
19 36 Renault Mégane 127.947 89.711 42,6%
20 22 Peugeot 2008 127.666 117.143 9,0%
21 21 Fiat 500 123.417 119.475 3,3%
22 19 Skoda Fabia 122.620 122.872 -0,2%
23 25 Opel Mokka 119.451 112.968 5,7%
24 15 Audi A3 118.858 131.295 -9,5%
25 29 Kia Rio 116.680 103.527 12,7%
26 20 Hyundai Tucson 114.391 120.527 -5,1%
27 24 Kia Sportage 113.820 114.989 -1,0%
28 13 Peugeot 308 112.804 135.016 -16,5%
29 37 Ford Kuga 107.176 87.614 22,3%
30 89 Peugeot 3008 106.438 42.806 148,6%
31 26 Seat Leon 106.089 109.486 -3,1%
32 28 Dacia Duster 105.883 107.789 -1,8%
33 23 Audi A4 103.518 115.407 -10,3%
34 32 Mercedes A Class 94.638 97.491 -2,9%
35 30 BMW 3 Series 92.466 101.634 -9,0%
36 99 Fiat Tipo 91.714 33.555 173,3%
37 34 Seat Ibiza 88.694 91.231 -2,8%
38 38 BMW 1 Series 88.004 86.103 2,2%
39 43 Mercedes E Class 87.522 71.598 22,2%
40 39 Mini 85.069 81.733 4,1%
41 40 Hyundai i20 84.269 77.896 8,2%
42 33 Toyota Auris 82.860 93.068 -11,0%
43 35 Renault Kadjar 78.311 90.295 -13,3%
44 Toyota C-HR 75.836 37
45 56 BMW X1 75.751 62.621 21,0%
46 61 BMW 5 Series 73.215 58.828 24,5%
47 41 Volkswagen Touran 72.950 77.550 -5,9%
48 48 Toyota RAV4 70.261 68.208 3,0%
49 71 Volvo XC60 68.875 52.577 31,0%
50 49 Volkswagen Up! 67.647 68.100 -0,7%
51 75 Mercedes GLC 67.469 48.522 39,0%
52 55 Skoda Rapid 67.400 63.799 5,6%
53 60 Renault Scénic 67.289 58.865 14,3%
54 47 Citroen C4 Picasso 66.267 68.278 -2,9%
55 45 Fiat 500x 65.685 69.087 -4,9%
56 44 Nissan Juke 64.772 70.255 -7,8%
57 69 Nissan X-Trail 62.972 54.875 14,8%
58 62 Hyundai i10 62.388 58.102 7,4%
59 54 Skoda Superb 61.699 65.215 -5,4%
60 50 Kia Cee’d 61.680 67.596 -8,8%
61 42 BMW 2 Series 60.772 72.190 -15,8%
62 51 Audi A6 60.450 67.087 -9,9%
63 88 Nissan Micra 60.118 43.645 37,7%
64 59 Lada Granta 59.424 59.561 -0,2%
65 63 Toyota Aygo 57.626 57.669 -0,1%
66 53 Audi A1 57.472 65.907 -12,8%
67 52 Audi Q3 55.825 66.719 -16,3%
68 66 Renault Twingo 54.673 56.703 -3,6%
69 67 Suzuki Vitara 54.480 56.690 -3,9%
70 46 Fiat 500L 51.230 68.340 -25,0%
71 64 Hyundai i30 51.175 57.594 -11,1%
72 73 Jeep Renegade 50.783 51.881 -2,1%
73 Audi Q2 50.435 33
74 77 Mazda CX-5 49.532 47.136 5,1%
75 58 Ford C-max 49.470 59.572 -17,0%
76 103 Lada Vesta 48.378 33.221 45,6%
77 72 Mercedes B Class 47.948 52.428 -8,5%
78 91 Ford Ecosport 46.750 41.508 12,6%
79 57 Hyundai Solaris 46.746 60.167 -22,3%
80 265 Seat Ateca 46.007 3.152 1359,6%
81 81 Mercedes GLA 45.681 46.444 -1,6%
82 65 Opel Insignia 45.475 56.971 -20,2%
83 80 BMW 4 Series 45.409 46.450 -2,2%
84 68 Citroen C4 Cactus 45.283 55.779 -18,8%
85 83 Volvo V40 44.852 46.187 -2,9%
86 78 Mercedes CLA 44.704 46.807 -4,5%
87 79 Audi Q5 44.664 46.484 -3,9%
88 76 Lancia Ypsilon 44.483 47.254 -5,9%
89 70 Ford Mondeo 43.776 54.251 -19,3%
90 87 Smart Fortwo 42.987 44.325 -3,0%
91 82 Skoda Yeti 42.355 46.278 -8,5%
92 90 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 41.915 42.018 -0,2%
93 92 Kia Picanto 41.868 38.537 8,6%
94 74 Citroen C4 40.747 51.722 -21,2%
95 108 Audi A5 39.193 31.902 22,9%
96 95 Honda Civic 39.187 35.455 10,5%
97 85 Peugeot 108 39.018 45.161 -13,6%
98 84 Fiat Punto 38.543 45.483 -15,3%
99 86 Citroen C1 38.512 44.858 -14,1%
100 97 Mazda CX-3 35.751 34.834 2,6%

 

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