Germany best selling cars 2016. The top 100

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Germany best selling cars 2016 ranking celebrates the 42nd year of Volkswagen Golf leadership with the top 27 models made in Germany or produced by a German Company.

The German domestic new car passenger’s market kept in the 2016 the positive while moderate trend.

Th ranking of best-selling model was, as tradition, the feud of local producers with the top 27 models made by a German brand or by a local plant (as in case of Ford) or by a brand owned by a German group (like, Mini, Skoda or Seat). The first model breaking the domination is the Nissan Qashqai ranking in 28th place with 28.496 units sold.

On top of the list, again after forty-two years, the Volkswagen Golf albeit a decline of 12.9% with 235.935 sales, near one-fourth of global Golf sales and almost the triple of the second model in the market, the Volkswagen Passat sold in 80.900 units (-17.1%) and the third, the Volkswagen Polo with 72.017 (+3.1%).

In fourth place the Mercedes C Class with 66.898 sales (-1.0%) followed by the last generation of the Opel Astra, up 3 spots, with 65.163 (+16.2%), the Volkswagen Tiguan with 63.979 (+8.5%) and the new Audi A4 with 61.507 (+17.2%), up 3 spots.

In eight place the Skoda Octavia with 58.683 (+1.3%) followed by the Audi A3 with 57.176 units (-1.2%) and in 10th place by the Opel Corsa with 55.191 (+4.6%).

Ford was again out of the top 10, with Focus and Fiesta ranking respectively 14th and 19th.

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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 2016 Rank 2015 Best Sales 2016 Sales 2015 Variation 2016
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 240.061 270.952 -11,4%
2 2 Volkswagen Passat 77.231 97.586 -20,9%
3 3 Volkswagen Polo 75.019 69.867 7,4%
4 4 Mercedes C Class 68.618 67.549 1,6%
5 8 Opel Astra 65.108 56.079 16,1%
6 5 Volkswagen Tiguan 61.211 58.978 3,8%
7 10 Audi A4 60.849 52.493 15,9%
8 6 Skoda Octavia 57.830 57.907 -0,1%
9 7 Audi A3 57.590 57.858 -0,5%
10 9 Opel Corsa 55.261 52.741 4,8%
11 21 Volkswagen Touran 53.689 37.098 44,7%
12 17 BMW 2 Series 50.386 42.916 17,4%
13 11 Ford Focus 48.263 51.677 -6,6%
14 14 Skoda Fabia 47.470 45.018 5,4%
15 12 BMW 1 Series 46.734 46.340 0,9%
16 18 Seat Leon 46.450 42.125 10,3%
17 15 BMW 3 Series 44.472 44.637 -0,4%
18 19 Mini 43.733 39.714 10,1%
19 13 Ford Fiesta 43.502 45.424 -4,2%
20 16 Audi A6 41.891 44.095 -5,0%
21 22 Mercedes E Class 40.684 36.149 12,5%
22 20 Volkswagen Up! 37.614 38.877 -3,2%
23 25 Mercedes A Class 35.822 32.658 9,7%
24 27 Ford Kuga 34.757 28.529 21,8%
25 23 Mercedes B Class 32.301 35.112 -8,0%
26 26 Opel Mokka 31.442 31.037 1,3%
27 24 BMW 5 Series 30.274 33.108 -8,6%
28 28 Nissan Qashqai 28.541 27.529 3,7%
29 55 BMW X1 27.789 16.406 69,4%
30 32 Audi Q3 26.982 24.110 11,9%
31 98 Mercedes GLC 26.246 7.526 248,7%
32 39 Audi Q5 25.799 21.379 20,7%
33 31 Audi A1 25.500 24.675 3,3%
34 141 Hyundai Tucson 24.865 4.200 492,0%
35 37 Renault Clio 24.424 22.406 9,0%
36 58 Skoda Superb 23.971 15.549 54,2%
37 36 Hyundai i10 23.728 22.868 3,8%
38 34 Smart Fortwo 23.681 23.493 0,8%
39 42 Mercedes CLA 22.948 21.092 8,8%
40 33 Opel Adam 22.787 23.590 -3,4%
41 29 Hyundai i30 22.171 27.161 -18,4%
42 30 Seat Ibiza 21.164 25.093 -15,7%
43 38 Ford C-max 20.951 22.086 -5,1%
44 49 Audi A5 20.591 17.664 16,6%
45 56 Renault Captur 20.347 16.303 24,8%
46 35 Skoda Yeti 20.262 23.140 -12,4%
47 41 Renault Twingo 19.956 21.143 -5,6%
48 43 Opel Insignia 19.860 20.325 -2,3%
49 59 Hyundai i20 19.739 15.416 28,0%
50 45 Ford Mondeo 18.232 20.045 -9,0%
51 62 Renault Mégane 18.200 14.695 23,9%
52 44 BMW 4 Series 18.183 20.298 -10,4%
53 73 Kia Sportage 17.972 12.752 40,9%
54 48 Skoda Rapid 17.754 17.869 -0,6%
55 54 Dacia Sandero 17.615 16.493 6,8%
56 47 Toyota Yaris 17.588 18.257 -3,7%
57 51 Mercedes GLA 17.212 17.150 0,4%
58 64 Toyota Auris 17.206 14.508 18,6%
59 50 Fiat 500L 16.800 17.255 -2,6%
60 52 Mazda CX-5 16.691 17.056 -2,1%
61 53 Fiat 500 16.618 16.653 -0,2%
62 125 Ford S-max 15.603 5.473 185,1%
63 68 Opel Zafira 15.301 13.736 11,4%
64 61 Peugeot 308 14.714 14.739 -0,2%
65 72 volkswagen Beetle 14.392 12.779 12,6%
66 66 Dacia Duster 14.392 14.071 2,3%
67 63 Opel Meriva 14.376 14.647 -1,9%
68 82 Peugeot 2008 14.362 10.647 34,9%
69 127 Mercedes GLE 14.117 5.397 161,6%
70 67 Volvo XC60 14.094 14.038 0,4%
71 71 Skoda Citigo 13.966 13.136 6,3%
72 109 Mazda CX-3 13.951 6.768 106,1%
73 60 BMW X3 13.915 14.862 -6,4%
74 74 Peugeot 208 13.657 12.629 8,1%
75 46 Volkswagen Sharan 13.325 18.368 -27,5%
76 105 Renault Kadjar 13.308 6.978 90,7%
77 76 Seat Alhambra 12.896 11.848 8,8%
78 120 Mercedes ML Class 12.847 5.785 122,1%
79 81 Nissan Micra 12.129 10.652 13,9%
80 69 Mitsubishi Space Star 11.861 13.466 -11,9%
81 75 Kia Cee’d 11.768 12.010 -2,0%
82 89 Audi Q7 11.600 8.402 38,1%
83 70 Mazda3 11.458 13.327 -14,0%
84 77 Toyota Aygo 11.392 11.827 -3,7%
85 79 Volkswagen Touareg 11.272 11.047 2,0%
86 65 Smart Forfour 11.202 14.314 -21,7%
87 57 Renault Scénic 10.699 16.116 -33,6%
88 83 Citroen C4 10.636 10.603 0,3%
89 78 Mitsubishi ASX 10.249 11.133 -7,9%
90 97 Opel Karl 10.066 7.751 29,9%
91 123 Suzuki Vitara 9.924 5.662 75,3%
92 117 Ford Ecosport 9.723 5.927 64,0%
93 85 Ford B-Max 9.652 10.480 -7,9%
94 86 Seat Mii 9.458 10.445 -9,4%
95 80 BMW X5 9.443 10.685 -11,6%
96 87 Mazda2 8.918 9.273 -3,8%
97 90 Nissan Juke 8.794 8.370 5,1%
98 114 Toyota RAV4 8.704 6.189 40,6%
99 100 Fiat Panda 8.221 7.337 12,0%
100 93 Porsche Macan 8.217 8.056 2,0%

 

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