India best selling cars 2016. The top 100

India best selling cars Suzuki-SX4_S-Cross-2017

India best selling cars 2016 reported with sixth Maruti’s and three Hyundai in the top 10. Landing in eight place, the new Renault Kwid led the new generation models revolution.

In the 20116 the Indian new vehicles market outpaced the 3.5 million vehicles sold, a new record for the market, advancing in the 5h place globally.

As far as the top models concern, the introduction of several new models has not changed the leadership with traditional models still on top of the list.

The best-selling model in India was again the Maruti Alto with 245.000 sales (-9.9%) followed by the Maruti Dzire with 202.000 (-14.4%) and the Maruti R Wagon with 173.000 (+1.7%).

In fourth place the Maruti  Swift with 168.000 units (-18.5%) ahead of the best non Maruti vehicles, the Hyundai i10 Grand with 136.000 registrations (+9.8%) followed by the Hyundai i20 with 122.000 (-5.8%).

In seventh place the best new entrance, the new Maruti Baleno with 107.000 ahead of the other new successful model, the Renault Kwid with 105.000 sales, the Hyundai Creta with 92.000 (+126.0%) and in 10th place by the Maruti Celerio with 90.000 (+9.1%).

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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 Maruti Alto 245.094 272.096 -9,9%
2 2 Maruti Dzire 202.076 236.038 -14,4%
3 4 Maruti Wagon R 173.286 170.399 1,7%
4 3 Maruti Swift 168.555 206.924 -18,5%
5 6 Hyundai Grand i10 136.187 124.055 9,8%
6 5 Hyundai i20 122.491 130.084 -5,8%
7 29 Maruti Baleno 107.066 23.875 348,4%
8 34 Renault Kwid 105.745 17.933 489,7%
9 19 Hyundai Creta 92.926 40.952 126,9%
10 8 Maruti Celerio 90.481 82.961 9,1%
11 Maruti Vitara 85.168
12 10 Maruti Omni 82.408 79.189 4,1%
13 13 Toyota Innova 71.875 60.529 18,7%
14 7 Mahindra Bolero 67.424 88.047 -23,4%
15 14 Maruti Ertiga 63.850 60.194 6,1%
16 15 Maruti Ciaz 63.217 53.826 17,4%
17 11 Hyundai Eon 59.625 71.620 -16,7%
18 9 Honda City 57.619 82.912 -30,5%
19 17 Hyundai Xcent 49.791 51.082 -2,5%
20 16 Mahindra Scorpio 47.256 51.089 -7,5%
21 18 Ford Ecosport 45.710 42.403 7,8%
22 Tata Tiago 41.937
23 Mahindra KUV100 40.161
24 12 Honda Amaze 35.388 63.831 -44,6%
25 24 Honda Jazz 34.902 29.643 17,7%
26 23 Toyota Etios 31.155 32.511 -4,2%
27 20 Mahindra XUV 500 28.341 37.100 -23,6%
28 38 Mahindra TUV300 28.109 16.278 72,7%
29 26 Tata Zest 25.358 24.864 2,0%
30 21 Tata Indica/Vista 23.639 34.740 -32,0%
31 33 Maruti Ritz 23.586 19.809 19,1%
32 36 Maruti S-Cross 22.137 16.954 30,6%
33 25 Volkswagen Polo 21.621 28.534 -24,2%
34 Datsun RediGo 20.114
35 22 Hyundai i10 19.872 33.240 -40,2%
36 37 Ford Aspire 18.998 16.431 15,6%
37 28 Renault Duster 18.700 24.172 -22,6%
38 27 Tata Indigo/Manza 17.216 24.215 -28,9%
39 Honda BR-V 16.820
40 32 Hyundai Verna 16.461 21.503 -23,4%
41 31 Toyota Etios Liva 15.238 22.139 -31,2%
42 35 Ford Figo 15.066 17.542 -14,1%
43 Volkswagen Ameo 12.863
44 41 Volkswagen Vento 11.401 12.550 -9,2%
45 30 Tata Nano 10.468 22.820 -54,1%
46 50 Datsun Go 9.964 8.505 17,2%
47 43 Chevrolet Beat 9.793 12.076 -18,9%
48 39 Toyota Fortuner 9.524 15.909 -40,1%
49 44 Skoda Rapid 9.372 11.588 -19,1%
50 45 Chevrolet Tavera 9.284 11.320 -18,0%
51 48 Tata Sumo 9.048 10.621 -14,8%
52 54 Nissan Micra 8.076 7.673 5,3%
53 46 Datsun GO+ 7.926 10.873 -27,1%
54 42 Tata Bolt 7.875 12.080 -34,8%
55 49 Honda Brio 7.260 10.618 -31,6%
56 52 Tata Safari 7.003 8.081 -13,3%
57 133 Ford Endeavour 6.564 10
58 53 Mahindra Xylo 6.361 7.918 -19,7%
59 60 Chevrolet Enjoy 5.708 5.186 10,1%
60 57 Mercedes C Class 5.368 6.701 -19,9%
61 56 Fiat Punto 5.230 6.763 -22,7%
62 51 Renault Lodgy 4.984 8.228 -39,4%
63 61 Audi A4 4.887 4.930 -0,9%
64 55 Toyota Corolla 4.860 7.574 -35,8%
65 47 Nissan Terrano 4.717 10.670 -55,8%
66 63 Mercedes E Class 4.295 4.465 -3,8%
67 62 Force Trax 4.085 4.887 -16,4%
68 64 Mahindra Verito Vibe 3.531 2.987 18,2%
69 Mahindra NuvoSport 3.514
70 40 Honda Mobilio 3.355 14.473 -76,8%
71 67 BMW 5 Series 3.167 2.384 32,8%
72 58 Chevrolet Sail 3.051 6.288 -51,5%
73 59 Maruti Gypsy 2.589 5.288 -51,0%
74 66 Skoda Octavia 2.433 2.722 -10,6%
75 68 Audi A6 2.380 2.284 4,2%
76 71 Renault Pulse 2.288 1.880 21,7%
77 70 Hyundai Elantra 1.841 1.985 -7,3%
78 65 Nissan Sunny 1.833 2.951 -37,9%
79 73 BMW 3 Series 1.721 1.810 -4,9%
80 75 Audi Q3 1.593 1.567 1,6%
81 83 Skoda Superb 1.513 1.025 47,6%
82 Mahindra Thar 1.380
83 84 Toyota Camry 1.324 974 35,9%
84 69 Volkswagen Jetta 1.307 2.010 -35,0%
85 80 BMW X1 1.265 1.172 7,9%
86 72 Fiat Linea 1.163 1.857 -37,4%
87 78 Mercedes M Class 1.110 1.280 -13,3%
88 82 Audi Q7 1.041 1.055 -1,3%
89 89 Chevrolet Cruze 1.025 868 18,1%
90 85 Audi Q5 965 971 -0,6%
91 88 Land Rover Discovery Sport 919 885 3,8%
92 90 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 780 842 -7,4%
93 94 BMW X3 689 642 7,3%
94 91 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 680 744 -8,6%
95 87 Honda CR-V 642 913 -29,7%
96 77 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 589 1.304 -54,8%
97 93 Volvo XC60 564 644 -12,4%
98 96 Mini 528 576 -8,3%
99 97 Land Rover Range Rover 517 561 -7,8%
100 Mercedes GLA 516

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