Germany best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

Germany best selling cars Volkswagen-Tiguan-2017

Germany best selling cars after the first seven of the 2017 with the Volkswagen Golf losing in double-digit and the VW Tiguan advanced in 5th place. The best new entrance in the Top 100 was the Audi Q2, doing better than Seat Ateca and Toyota C-HR.

Following a positive 2016, the start of the 2017 was better than expected for the domestic car passenger’s market in Germany and today we can see this under the top models performance perspective.

In the first half of the 2017, the sales of Volkswagen Golf declined in almost all European countries, compared with last year, and this was the case of Germany. The main reason is the sales push in place last year, when the focus of German brand was to not lose volume immediately after the emission scandal, but we have to add the decline of the traditional C segment hatchback due to the growth of the C SUV.

Indeed, year to date July sales for the Volkswagen Golf have been 130.361, down 11.5%.

In second place the Volkswagen Polo with 45.610 units (+3.5%) and third the Mercedes C Class with 43.230 sales (+10.1%).

In fourth place the Volkswagen Passat, down 2 spots, with 43.041 sales (-15.2%). At the end of an impressive run, the recently renovated Volkswagen Tiguan advanced in fifth place, up 5 spots, with 41.699 sales (+25.8%) followed by the Audi A4 with 37.027 (-3.7%) and the Opel Astra with 36.754 (-5.7%).

In eight place the Skoda Octavia with 34.350 units (-1.0%) followed by  the Mercedes E Class, new entry in top 10, up 12 spots, with 32.316 units (+34.9%) and in 10th place by the Audi A3 with 31.671 (-18.9%)

In an almost stable ranking, the first new entrance was the Audi Q2, landed in 42nd place, while the Seat Ateca ranked 56th and the Toyota C-HR was 76th.

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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 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Var 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 130.361 147.232 -11,5%
2 4 Volkswagen Polo 45.610 44.049 3,5%
3 5 Mercedes C Class 43.230 39.248 10,1%
4 3 Volkswagen Passat 43.041 50.757 -15,2%
5 11 Volkswagen Tiguan 41.699 33.151 25,8%
6 8 Audi A4 37.027 38.441 -3,7%
7 7 Opel Astra 36.754 38.988 -5,7%
8 9 Skoda Octavia 34.350 34.702 -1,0%
9 23 Mercedes E Class 32.316 23.950 34,9%
10 6 Audi A3 31.671 39.032 -18,9%
11 12 Opel Corsa 31.443 33.076 -4,9%
12 10 Volkswagen Touran 31.070 33.605 -7,5%
13 15 Skoda Fabia 29.564 30.976 -4,6%
14 18 Mini 27.318 26.206 4,2%
15 16 Seat Leon 26.561 27.776 -4,4%
16 14 Ford Focus 26.113 31.099 -16,0%
17 17 Audi A6 25.455 26.294 -3,2%
18 19 BMW 3 Series 25.029 25.994 -3,7%
19 13 BMW 2 Series 24.954 31.745 -21,4%
20 20 BMW 1 Series 24.628 25.594 -3,8%
21 21 Volkswagen Transporter 24.615 25.248 -2,5%
22 22 Ford Fiesta 24.366 24.600 -1,0%
23 25 Ford Kuga 22.747 20.378 11,6%
24 31 BMW 5 Series 22.399 18.257 22,7%
25 24 Volkswagen Up! 22.286 23.871 -6,6%
26 29 Opel Mokka 22.113 18.478 19,7%
27 27 Fiat Ducato 21.444 19.443 10,3%
28 35 BMW X1 19.706 16.151 22,0%
29 37 Mercedes GLC 19.504 15.174 28,5%
30 30 Volkswagen Caddy 19.146 18.347 4,4%
31 26 Mercedes A Class 17.515 19.467 -10,0%
32 28 Mercedes B Class 16.929 18.874 -10,3%
33 33 Nissan Qashqai 15.883 17.412 -8,8%
34 43 Audi A5 14.934 13.579 10,0%
35 38 Audi Q5 14.817 15.098 -1,9%
36 58 Dacia Sandero 14.127 10.735 31,6%
37 51 Renault Captur 14.121 12.369 14,2%
38 41 Renault Clio 13.989 14.277 -2,0%
39 40 Smart Fortwo 13.935 14.689 -5,1%
40 39 Skoda Superb 13.884 14.834 -6,4%
41 32 Audi Q3 13.852 18.153 -23,7%
42 34 Audi A1 13.763 17.015 -19,1%
43 36 Hyundai Tucson 13.565 15.374 -11,8%
44 49 Mercedes CLA 13.529 12.471 8,5%
45 Audi Q2 13.442
46 42 Opel Adam 13.378 13.889 -3,7%
47 46 Hyundai i10 13.147 12.844 2,4%
48 57 Mitsubishi Space Star 13.059 10.868 20,2%
49 59 Mercedes V Class 12.863 10.701 20,2%
49 44 Hyundai i30 12.863 13.551 -5,1%
50 68 Renault Mégane 12.601 9.482 32,9%

 

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