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Korea best selling cars ranking in 2016. The top 100

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Korea best selling cars ranking in the first four months of the 2016 led by the Hyundai Porter. New models are taking space with the Kia Sorento jumped in third place and the Kia k7 in 10th.

According to data released by KAMA and KAIDA, the two South Korean Associations of Automotive Manufacturers, after the first four months of the 2016 the best-selling vehicles in South Korea has been the Hyundai Porter sold in 35.099 units (+2.3%).

In second place the Hyundai Avante, up 3 spots, with 31.339 sales (+20.1%) ahead of the Kia Sorento, up 3 spots, with 28.574 (+13.6%).

The full year 2014 and 2015 leader, the Hyundai Sonata, was only fourth with 27.233 sales (-12.8%) ahead of the Chevrolet Spark, up 6 spots with 26.585 (+51.3%), the Hyundai Santa Fe with 24.822 sales (+7.6%), the Kia Morning with 23.730 (-17.2%).

Behind the Kia Carnival with 21.025 (+3.8%), the Kia Bongo with 19.663 (-0.4%) and in 10th place the new Kia K7 with 19.179 (+205.5%).

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2016 Rank 2015 Rank Best 2016 Sales 2015 Sales 2016 Var
1 1 Hyundai Porter 35.099 34.305 2,3%
2 5 HYUNDAI AVANTE 31.339 26.088 20,1%
3 6 Kia Sorento 28.574 25.146 13,6%
4 2 Hyundai Sonata 27.233 31.215 -12,8%
5 11 Chevrolet Spark 26.585 17.574 51,3%
6 7 Hyundai Santa fe 24.822 23.075 7,6%
7 3 Kia Morning 23.730 28.661 -17,2%
8 8 Kia Carnival 21.025 20.264 3,8%
9 9 Kia Bongo 19.663 19.739 -0,4%
10 21 Kia K7 19.179 6.217 208,5%
11 4 Hyundai Grandeur 18.632 27.830 -33,1%
12 17 Kia Sportage 17.976 11.285 59,3%
13 16 Ssangyong Tivoli 16.768 11.457 46,4%
14 13 Kia K5 15.616 13.273 17,7%
15 12 Hyundai Grand Starex 15.522 17.254 -10,0%
16 10 Hyundai Tucson 14.796 18.016 -17,9%
17 14 Kia K3 12.500 12.798 -2,3%
18 15 Hyundai Genesis 11.690 12.570 -7,0%
19 20 SsangYong Korando Sports 7.948 8.059 -1,4%
20 19 Kia Ray 6.674 8.584 -22,3%
21 Chevrolet Impala 6.138
22 24 Mercedes E Class 6.027 5.787 4,1%
23 27 Hyundai Accent 5.353 5.605 -4,5%
24 60 Hyundai i30 4.792 1.193 301,7%
25 32 Kia Mohave 4.647 4.165 11,6%
26 31 BMW 5 Series 4.475 4.605 -2,8%
27 26 KIA PRIDE 4.088 5.606 -27,1%
28 39 Hyundai Maxcruz 3.842 2.854 34,6%
29 Hyundai Ioniq 3.809
30 25 Samsung QM3 3.759 5.776 -34,9%
31 23 Chevrolet Cruze 3.676 5.799 -36,6%
32 35 Volkswagen Tiguan 3.500 3.557 -1,6%
33 33 Mercedes S Class 3.488 4.066 -14,2%
34 18 Samsung SM5 3.464 9.135 -62,1%
35 36 Chevrolet Trax 3.318 3.440 -3,5%
36 30 Audi A6 3.292 4.621 -28,8%
37 38 BMW 3 Series 3.246 3.299 -1,6%
38 22 SsangYong Korando C 3.235 5.955 -45,7%
39 28 Samsung SM3 3.049 5.470 -44,3%
40 29 Chevrolet Malibu 2.912 5.318 -45,2%
41 37 Volkswagen Golf 2.716 3.358 -19,1%
42 53 Samsung SM7 2.184 1.444 51,2%
43 43 Daewoo Alpheon 1.958 2.253 -13,1%
44 46 Daewoo Labo 1.826 2.112 -13,5%
45 57 SsangYong Korando Turismo 1.806 1.280 41,1%
46 50 SsangYong Rexton W 1.622 1.588 2,1%
47 52 Mini Cooper 1.543 1.499 2,9%
48 45 Mercedes C Class 1.501 2.187 -31,4%
49 40 Chevrolet Orlando 1.393 2.767 -49,7%
50 54 Lexus ES 1.378 1.393 -1,1%
51 62 Ford Explorer 1.341 1.151 16,5%
52 51 BMW 1 Series 1.177 1.535 -23,3%
53 48 Audi A4 1.171 1.633 -28,3%
54 41 Volkswagen Passat 1.157 2.615 -55,8%
55 74 Infiniti Q50 1.082 786 37,7%
56 61 Toyota Camry 1.064 1.153 -7,7%
57 Mercedes GLC 1.062
58 65 Volkswagen CC 1.007 1.033 -2,5%
59 49 Kia K9 987 1.626 -39,3%
60 70 Honda Accord 936 882 6,1%
61 63 Peugeot 2008 925 1.125 -17,8%
62 73 Land Rover Discovery 875 821 6,6%
63 59 Kia Carens 865 1.211 -28,6%
64 64 Audi A3 796 1.119 -28,9%
65 78 BMW 5 Series GT 790 737 7,2%
66 72 Audi A7 768 860 -10,7%
67 34 Hyundai Aslan 761 3.955 -80,8%
68 80 Nissan Altima 758 718 5,6%
69 66 Audi Q5 728 1.018 -28,5%
70 58 Kia Soul 694 1.237 -43,9%
71 71 Hyundai i40 678 870 -22,1%
72 75 Mercedes CLS 674 766 -12,0%
73 117 Land Rover Discovery Sport 663 274 142,0%
74 67 Volkswagen Jetta 657 967 -32,1%
75 88 Mini Countryman 655 524 25,0%
76 105 Mercedes CLA 646 398 62,3%
77 69 Nissan Qashqai 635 950 -33,2%
78 83 Porsche Cayenne 609 627 -2,9%
79 92 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 582 476 22,3%
80 87 Honda CR-V 574 535 7,3%
81 106 BMW 7 Series 569 392 45,2%
82 79 BMW 4 Series 566 728 -22,3%
83 84 BMW X5 554 571 -3,0%
84 89 BMW X6 549 518 6,0%
85 76 Audi A5 518 751 -31,0%
86 109 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 514 340 51,2%
87 Mercedes GLE 508
88 86 Toyota RAV4 495 555 -10,8%
89 99 Mercedes A Class 479 443 8,1%
90 91 BMW X4 461 478 -3,6%
91 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee 460 446 3,1%
92 68 Chevrolet Aveo 456 952 -52,1%
93 93 BMW X3 453 463 -2,2%
94 81 Jeep Cherokee 445 713 -37,6%
95 44 Chevrolet Captiva 441 2.196 -79,9%
96 82 Audi A8 439 651 -32,6%
97 104 Volvo S60 426 399 6,8%
98 108 Mercedes GLA 402 353 13,9%
99 77 Jaguar XF 401 745 -46,2%
100 47 Samsung QM5 396 1.903 -79,2%

 

 

 

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