France best selling cars 2017. Peugeot 3008 advanced in 7th

France best selling cars Peugeot-3008-2017

France best selling cars ranking after the first three months of the 2017 with the Peugeot 2008 up in the third step of podium and two new entrance within tp 10, the Peugeot 3008 and the Renault Megane.

Following the solid recovery scored in recent years, with 2016 ended at the highest since 2011, the French car market in the 2017 was expected to break the trend due to a moderate economic expansion and political elections effects, while the first quarter has positive, moderately.

The launch of new models has changed the ranking compared with the final 2016 result.

Something unchanged is the absolute dominion of French models, actually holding the top 14 places.

After three months of the 2017, on top of the list, as usual, the Renault Clio with 30.815 sales (+8.8%), followed by the Peugeot 208 with 26.779 (+1.8%) and the Peugeot 2008, up 3 spots, with 19.195 units (+29.4%).

In fourth place the Peugeot 308 with 17.729 sales (-15.0%) followed by the Renault Captur with 17.453 units (+0.5%), the Citroen C3, down 1 spot with 16.660 (+5.5%) and the Peugeot 3008, the first new entrance in the Top 10, up 12 spots, with 16.496 sales (+110.7%).

In eight place the Dacia Sandero with 16.063 sales (+23.5%) ahead of the Renault Mégane,  the second new entrance within Top 10, up 16 spots, with 16.063 units (+108%) and in 10th place the Renault Twingo with 10.518 units (-1.9%).

You could have access to the full year 2016 ranking.

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. 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 2017 Sales YTD 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Renault Captur 17.453 17.358 0,5%
2 2 Citroen C3 16.660 15.787 5,5%
3 11 Peugeot 3008 16.496 7.829 110,7%
4 3 Dacia Sandero 16.063 13.003 23,5%
5 14 Renault Mégane 13.983 6.722 108,0%
6 6 Renault Twingo 10.518 10.719 -1,9%
7 4 Citroen C4 Picasso 10.243 11.106 -7,8%
8 7 Dacia Duster 9.426 9.890 -4,7%
9 5 Renault Scénic 9.017 11.022 -18,2%
10 10 Toyota Yaris 8.647 8.130 6,4%
11 8 Renault Kadjar 7.971 9.834 -18,9%
12 28 Volkswagen Tiguan 7.956 3.425 132,3%
13 13 Ford Fiesta 7.274 6.830 6,5%
14 16 Opel Corsa 7.267 6.128 18,6%
15 12 Nissan Qashqai 7.259 7.182 1,1%
16 9 Volkswagen Golf 6.579 8.746 -24,8%
17 15 Citroen C4 6.099 6.445 -5,4%
18 Toyota C-HR 5.620
19 30 Renault Zoe 5.191 3.287 57,9%
20 18 Citroen C4 Cactus 4.990 5.648 -11,7%
21 22 Opel Mokka 4.549 4.471 1,7%
22 33 Renault Talisman 4.388 3.002 46,2%
23 155 Fiat Tipo 4.021 241
24 26 Nissan Juke 3.917 3.545 10,5%
25 19 Peugeot 508 3.773 5.403 -30,2%
26 27 Citroen C1 3.727 3.463 7,6%
27 20 Audi A3 3.708 5.330 -30,4%
28 37 Mini Hatch 3.640 2.673 36,2%
29 25 Fiat 500x 3.592 3.883 -7,5%
30 23 Citroen C3 Picasso 3.291 4.308 -23,6%
31 31 Nissan X-Trail 3.248 3.230 0,6%
32 32 Opel Astra 3.147 3.006 4,7%
33 48 BMW X1 3.007 2.256 33,3%
34 47 Ford Focus 3.005 2.261 32,9%
35 39 Kia Sportage 2.995 2.664 12,4%
36 21 DS 3 2.963 4.569 -35,1%
37 43 Nissan Micra 2.925 2.471 18,4%
38 17 Volkswagen Touran 2.791 5.851 -52,3%
39 40 Renault Kangoo 2.782 2.652 4,9%
40 24 Renault Espace 2.742 3.979 -31,1%
41 45 BMW 1 Series 2.667 2.433 9,6%
42 108 Mercedes C Class 2.606 702 271,2%
43 42 Toyota Aygo 2.554 2.558 -0,2%
44 34 Hyundai Tucson 2.546 2.979 -14,5%
45 73 Mercedes GLC 2.464 1.367 80,2%
46 35 Volkswagen Passat 2.458 2.875 -14,5%
47 44 Skoda Fabia 2.399 2.442 -1,8%
48 49 Citroen Berlingo 2.395 2.248 6,5%
49 105 Mercedes A Class 2.341 750 212,1%
50 41 Audi A4 2.333 2.620 -11,0%
51 36 Ford C-max 2.317 2.817 -17,7%
52 Audi Q2 2.298
53 38 Audi A1 2.232 2.667 -16,3%
54 56 Jeep Renegade 2.165 1.909 13,4%
55 52 Toyota RAV4 2.158 2.086 3,5%
56 59 Kia Rio 2.108 1.777 18,6%
57 70 Hyundai i20 2.079 1.430 45,4%
58 71 Ford KA 2.005 1.391 44,1%
59 Seat Ateca 2.001
60 51 Peugeot Partner 1.920 2.101 -8,6%
61 63 Ford B-Max 1.806 1.623 11,3%
62 57 Dacia Lodgy 1.800 1.893 -4,9%
63 60 Skoda Octavia 1.775 1.768 0,4%
64 58 Seat Leon 1.721 1.827 -5,8%
65 46 Audi Q3 1.700 2.308 -26,3%
66 50 DS 4 1.678 2.199 -23,7%
67 69 Renault Trafic 1.654 1.433 15,4%
68 62 Suzuki Vitara 1.642 1.679 -2,2%
69 87 Ford Ecosport 1.634 1.114 46,7%
70 53 volkswagen Golf Sportsvan 1.615 2.085 -22,5%
71 29 Peugeot 5008 1.581 3.328 -52,5%
72 54 Fiat Panda 1.522 2.077 -26,7%
73 76 Volvo XC60 1.512 1.326 14,0%
74 68 Dacia Dokker 1.488 1.463 1,7%
75 74 BMW 2 Series Active Tourer 1.481 1.357 9,1%
76 55 BMW 3 Series 1.466 1.978 -25,9%
77 75 Dacia Logan 1.375 1.354 1,6%
78 Suzuki Ignis 1.363
79 82 Kia Picanto 1.358 1.206 12,6%
80 96 Toyota Verso 1.313 943 39,2%
80 64 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 1.313 1.582 -17,0%
81 128 Mercedes B Class 1.309 450 190,9%
82 77 Volkswagen Up! 1.253 1.309 -4,3%
83 89 Smart Fortwo 1.244 1.096 13,5%
84 149 Opel Zafira 1.194 300 298,0%
85 61 Suzuki Swift 1.184 1.739 -31,9%
86 72 Mercedes GLA 1.113 1.370 -18,8%
87 80 Volvo V40 1.087 1.251 -13,1%
88 86 BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer 1.081 1.123 -3,7%
89 91 Opel Meriva 1.035 1.030 0,5%
90 90 Kia Cee’d 1.019 1.077 -5,4%
91 191 Kia Niro 1.004 90
92 109 Audi A5 990 696 42,2%
93 110 Honda HR-V 985 677 45,5%
94 83 Audi Q5 983 1.203 -18,3%
95 99 Mercedes CLA 969 903 7,3%
96 66 Opel Karl 967 1.525 -36,6%
97 104 Skoda Superb 949 780 21,7%
98 93 Mini Clubman 943 1.016 -7,2%
99 65 DS 5 913 1.557 -41,4%
100 100 volkswagen Beetle 907 829 9,4%

 

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