Germany best selling cars 2017. Volkswagen Tiguan shining

Germany best selling cars Volkswagen-Tiguan-2017

Germany best selling cars in the first five months of the 2017 with the Volkswagen Golf losing in double-digit and the VW Tiguan advanced in the podium. The best new entrance 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 five months 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 May sales for the Volkswagen Golf have been 94.122, down 12.1%.

In second place the Volkswagen Polo with 32.133 units (+3.7%) and third, at the end of an impressive run, the recently renovated Volkswagen Tiguan advanced in third place, up 7 spots, with 31.276 sales (+39.9%).

In fourth place the Volkswagen Passat, down 2 spots, with 30.465 sales (-16.2%) followed by the Mercedes C Class with 29.855 sales (+11.0%), the Opel Astra with 27.043 (+1.7%) and the Audi A4 with 26.165 (+4.3%).

In eight place the Skoda Octavia with 24.039 units (-1.4%) followed by the Opel Corsa with 22.736 (-5.2%) and in 10th place by the Volkswagen Touran with 22.625 (+2.7%).

In an almost stable ranking, the first new entrance was the Audi Q2, landed in 38th place, while the Seat Ateca ranked 49th 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 YTD May 2017 Sales YTD May 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 94.122 106.937 -12,0%
2 3 Volkswagen Polo 32.133 30.996 3,7%
3 10 Volkswagen Tiguan 31.276 22.354 39,9%
4 2 Volkswagen Passat 30.465 36.366 -16,2%
5 5 Mercedes C Class 29.855 26.887 11,0%
6 6 Opel Astra 27.043 26.583 1,7%
7 7 Audi A4 26.165 25.077 4,3%
8 8 Skoda Octavia 24.039 24.384 -1,4%
9 9 Opel Corsa 22.734 23.993 -5,2%
10 12 Volkswagen Touran 22.625 22.038 2,7%
11 20 Mercedes E Class 22.359 16.635 34,4%
12 4 Audi A3 22.235 29.029 -23,4%
13 14 Skoda Fabia 20.563 19.947 3,1%
14 13 Ford Focus 19.507 21.278 -8,3%
15 21 Ford Fiesta 19.059 16.603 14,8%
16 19 Mini 18.700 17.016 9,9%
17 15 Seat Leon 18.343 19.606 -6,4%
18 17 BMW 3 Series 18.164 18.403 -1,3%
19 18 BMW 1 Series 17.615 17.258 2,1%
20 16 Audi A6 17.444 18.883 -7,6%
21 11 BMW 2 Series 17.419 22.185 -21,5%
22 31 BMW X1 15.905 11.024 44,3%
23 23 Ford Kuga 15.652 13.669 14,5%
24 22 Volkswagen Up! 15.558 16.125 -3,5%
25 26 Opel Mokka 15.114 13.111 15,3%
26 27 BMW 5 Series 13.892 12.893 7,7%
27 30 Nissan Qashqai 12.814 12.278 4,4%
28 35 Mercedes GLC 12.555 10.326 21,6%
29 25 Mercedes B Class 12.245 13.203 -7,3%
30 24 Mercedes A Class 12.234 13.530 -9,6%
31 37 Audi Q5 11.239 10.104 11,2%
32 28 Audi Q3 10.484 12.809 -18,2%
33 38 Audi A5 10.187 9.735 4,6%
34 36 Skoda Superb 10.069 10.284 -2,1%
35 29 Audi A1 10.026 12.667 -20,8%
36 55 Dacia Sandero 9.850 7.121 38,3%
37 32 Hyundai Tucson 9.780 10.740 -8,9%
38 Audi Q2 9.682
39 34 Renault Clio 9.620 10.467 -8,1%
40 46 Mercedes CLA 9.607 8.640 11,2%
41 33 Smart Fortwo 9.579 10.573 -9,4%
42 73 Renault Mégane 9.556 5.411 76,6%
43 39 Opel Adam 9.517 9.535 -0,2%
44 49 Renault Captur 8.932 8.358 6,9%
45 45 Hyundai i10 8.758 8.642 1,3%
46 58 Hyundai i20 8.478 6.460 31,2%
47 41 Hyundai i30 8.464 9.086 -6,8%
48 61 Toyota Yaris 8.379 6.283 33,4%
49 187 Seat Ateca 8.280 550
50 47 Mitsubishi Space Star 8.211 8.432 -2,6%
51 48 BMW 4 Series 8.139 8.427 -3,4%
52 56 Mazda CX-5 8.094 6.882 17,6%
53 54 Skoda Rapid 7.861 7.422 5,9%
54 43 Opel Insignia 7.738 8.910 -13,2%
55 40 Ford C-max 7.670 9.235 -16,9%
56 44 Skoda Yeti 7.513 8.896 -15,5%
57 52 Renault Twingo 7.487 7.621 -1,8%
57 51 Ford Mondeo 7.487 7.945 -5,8%
58 78 Volvo XC60 7.055 5.125 37,7%
59 42 Seat Ibiza 7.051 8.967 -21,4%
60 59 Mercedes GLA 6.863 6.458 6,3%
61 57 Opel Meriva 6.809 6.714 1,4%
62 104 Citroen C3 6.525 3.230 102,0%
63 66 Ford S-max 6.379 6.124 4,2%
64 71 Opel Zafira 6.373 5.738 11,1%
65 50 Kia Sportage 6.317 8.344 -24,3%
66 180 Fiat Tipo 6.294 679 827,0%
67 64 Dacia Duster 6.252 6.185 1,1%
68 53 Toyota Auris 6.211 7.450 -16,6%
69 62 Peugeot 2008 6.193 6.231 -0,6%
70 72 Renault Kadjar 6.086 5.502 10,6%
71 65 Fiat 500 5.978 6.134 -2,5%
72 68 Mazda CX-3 5.929 6.016 -1,4%
73 69 Mercedes GLE 5.888 5.979 -1,5%
74 60 Peugeot 308 5.816 6.341 -8,3%
75 82 Mitsubishi ASX 5.775 4.642 24,4%
76 Toyota C-HR 5.629
77 74 Skoda Citigo 5.559 5.383 3,3%
78 79 BMW X3 5.540 5.030 10,1%
79 75 volkswagen Beetle 5.421 5.290 2,5%
80 63 Volkswagen Sharan 5.329 6.198 -14,0%
81 91 Nissan Micra 5.266 4.075 29,2%
82 85 Toyota Aygo 5.200 4.547 14,4%
83 76 Audi Q7 5.144 5.174 -0,6%
84 88 Mazda3 4.836 4.392 10,1%
85 86 Renault Scénic 4.752 4.461 6,5%
86 70 Peugeot 208 4.659 5.812 -19,8%
87 87 Kia Cee’d 4.462 4.446 0,4%
88 80 Smart Forfour 4.452 4.819 -7,6%
89 119 Mitsubishi Outlander 4.417 2.595 70,2%
90 97 Nissan X-Trail 4.387 3.649 20,2%
91 77 Seat Alhambra 4.309 5.172 -16,7%
92 125 Dacia Dokker 4.306 2.360 82,5%
93 101 Porsche Macan 4.120 3.402 21,1%
94 94 Mazda2 3.991 3.935 1,4%
95 93 BMW X5 3.854 3.985 -3,3%
96 100 Toyota RAV4 3.800 3.406 11,6%
97 108 Kia Picanto 3.759 3.086 21,8%
98 Skoda Kodiaq 3.697
99 81 Suzuki Vitara 3.671 4.709 -22,0%
100 92 Ford Ecosport 3.637 4.021 -9,5%

 

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