Ireland Best Selling Cars 2016. The top 100

Ireland Best Selling Cars Hyundai-Tucson_EU-Version-2016

Ireland Best Selling Cars 2016 with a new leader, first time made by a Korean, thanks to the outstanding success of the Hyundai Tucson, landed ahead of the former leader, the Volkswagen Golf.

The new car passenger’s market in the 2016 kept the fast recovery thanks to renovated economic push and growing private demand. Therefore, not a secondary factor was the arrival on new models, almost succesful.

Indeed, looking at the best-selling models ranking, we found a new leader, different from the usual Ford (Fiesta or Focus) or Volkswagen (Golf). It is the Hyundai Tucson, sold in 7.425 units, launched in December 2015.

In second place the former leader, the Volkswagen Golf  with 5.143 units (-6.9%) while the Ford Focus was third with 4.835 sales (+13.8%).

In fourth place the Skoda Octavia with 4.660 units (+19.9%) ahead of the Nissan Qashqai  with 4.591 sales (+10.3%), the Ford Fiesta, with 3.827 (+7.0%) and the Toyota Corolla with 3.751 units (+8.0%).

Eight was the Toyota Yaris with 3.727 (+31.2%) followed by theVolkswagen Passat and in 10th place the Kia Sportage with 2.871 units (+10.9%).

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
1 144 Hyundai Tucson 7.425 65 11323,1%
2 1 Volkswagen Golf 5.143 5.525 -6,9%
3 2 Ford Focus 4.835 4.248 13,8%
4 4 Skoda Octavia 4.660 3.887 19,9%
5 3 Nissan Qashqai 4.591 4.163 10,3%
6 7 Ford Fiesta 3.827 3.575 7,0%
7 8 Toyota Corolla 3.751 3.474 8,0%
8 9 Toyota Yaris 3.727 2.840 31,2%
9 6 Volkswagen Passat 3.571 3.578 -0,2%
10 10 Kia Sportage 2.871 2.589 10,9%
11 12 Toyota Auris 2.854 2.482 15,0%
12 14 Opel Astra 2.537 2.099 20,9%
13 127 Renault Kadjar 2.528 108 2240,7%
14 23 Toyota RAV4 2.352 1.719 36,8%
15 13 Volkswagen Polo 2.294 2.144 7,0%
16 65 Ford Kuga 2.206 524 321,0%
17 21 Dacia Duster 2.090 1.795 16,4%
18 16 Hyundai i30 2.079 1.873 11,0%
19 27 Renault Captur 1.962 1.564 25,4%
20 22 Dacia Sandero 1.949 1.729 12,7%
21 17 Renault Clio 1.904 1.857 2,5%
22 15 Opel Corsa 1.895 1.928 -1,7%
23 11 Ford Mondeo 1.873 2.497 -25,0%
24 37 Skoda Superb 1.850 1.105 67,4%
25 29 Hyundai i20 1.787 1.494 19,6%
26 18 Nissan Pulsar 1.676 1.821 -8,0%
27 19 Toyota Avensis 1.663 1.819 -8,6%
28 32 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.632 1.312 24,4%
29 26 BMW 5 Series 1.583 1.598 -0,9%
30 30 Skoda Fabia 1.551 1.348 15,1%
31 40 Audi A4 1.531 995 53,9%
32 20 Opel Insignia 1.495 1.807 -17,3%
33 28 Hyundai i10 1.458 1.500 -2,8%
34 58 Nissan X-Trail 1.416 608 132,9%
35 31 Audi A3 1.402 1.329 5,5%
36 24 Hyundai i40 1.401 1.691 -17,1%
37 35 Nissan Micra 1.293 1.268 2,0%
38 25 Nissan Note 1.291 1.637 -21,1%
39 33 Nissan Juke 1.267 1.295 -2,2%
40 38 Volkswagen Jetta 1.264 1.087 16,3%
41 36 Audi A6 1.222 1.194 2,3%
42 39 Opel Mokka 1.190 1.058 12,5%
43 44 Seat Ibiza 1.132 873 29,7%
44 45 BMW 3 Series 1.095 870 25,9%
45 42 Peugeot 2008 1.091 886 23,1%
46 47 Kia Cee’d 1.086 744 46,0%
47 34 Renault Fluence 1.026 1.288 -20,3%
48 54 Mercedes E Class 978 678 44,2%
49 53 Mazda3 923 679 35,9%
50 41 Seat Leon 909 906 0,3%
51 56 Mercedes C Class 817 665 22,9%
52 55 Mazda6 801 668 19,9%
53 76 Suzuki Grand Vitara 799 407 96,3%
54 52 Peugeot 208 792 680 16,5%
55 59 Mercedes CLA 778 586 32,8%
56 43 Renault Mégane 673 883 -23,8%
57 94 Kia Sorento 672 270 148,9%
58 50 Skoda Rapid 661 718 -7,9%
59 60 Hyundai ix20 627 572 9,6%
60 48 Citroen C4 Picasso 624 733 -14,9%
61 62 Mazda CX-5 621 546 13,7%
62 57 Peugeot 308 619 641 -3,4%
63 63 Volvo V40 600 531 13,0%
64 46 Hyundai Santa fe 558 838 -33,4%
65 49 Ford C-max 539 720 -25,1%
66 68 Kia Rio 534 492 8,5%
67 64 Mini 532 527 0,9%
68 69 BMW 2 Series 512 478 7,1%
69 86 Land Rover Discovery Sport 495 332 49,1%
70 75 Volvo XC60 494 417 18,5%
71 61 Honda CR-V 493 566 -12,9%
72 66 Peugeot 508 492 509 -3,3%
73 88 Peugeot 5008 484 310 56,1%
74 78 Skoda Yeti 475 396 19,9%
75 70 BMW 4 Series 468 443 5,6%
76 73 BMW X5 467 428 9,1%
77 51 Honda Civic 454 709 -36,0%
78 150 Ford Galaxy 442 52 750,0%
79 87 Mitsubishi Outlander 429 326 31,6%
80 103 Kia Optima 427 200 113,5%
81 102 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 422 207 103,9%
82 124 BMW X1 411 112 267,0%
83 79 Peugeot 3008 410 383 7,0%
84 72 Toyota Aygo 408 429 -4,9%
85 67 Kia Venga 407 507 -19,7%
85 85 Audi Q5 407 334 21,9%
86 125 Volvo XC90 402 110 265,5%
87 80 Audi Q3 395 358 10,3%
88 74 BMW 1 Series 377 422 -10,7%
89 77 Nissan Leaf 351 405 -13,3%
90 92 Fiat 500 346 283 22,3%
90 82 Audi A1 346 348 -0,6%
91 112 Honda Jazz 342 161 112,4%
92 93 Kia Picanto 340 282 20,6%
93 120 Ford S-max 333 122 173,0%
94 91 Volkswagen Touran 331 289 14,5%
95 97 Opel Zafira 329 249 32,1%
96 83 Volvo S60 327 342 -4,4%
97 91 Mitsubishi ASX 322 289 11,4%
98 71 volkswagen Golf Sportsvan 321 438 -26,7%
99 95 BMW X3 318 261 21,8%
100 90 Kia Carens 317 295 7,5%

 

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