Latin America best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

Latin America best selling cars Ford-Ka_plus-2017

Latin America best selling cars in the first eight months of the 2017 benefit from the market recovery. The best-selling model in the total 28 countries followed by focus2move  has been the Chevrolet Onix. Fast movers on top 10 are the Ford Ka and the Renault Sandero.

Following the prolonged crisis that hit the south american market during the last years, in the 2017 the markets are recovering and the entire Latin America is growing.

In the eight months of the year, sales aggregated for the region (from Mexico down to the Terra del fuego), including 28 countries, reported 3.6 million sales, up 6.6% from the correspondent period last year.

While Renault-Nissan is the leader among Manufacturers and Chevrolet among the brands, the best-selling model in this region is the Chevrolet Onix, confirming the lat year leadership.

The Onix reported 143.375 sales (+30.6%) with a huge gap over all the others.

The second place was the Volkswagen Gol with 103.827 sales (+18.3%) followed by the Renault Sandero, up 7 spots, with 96.218 units (+59.3%) that in August has gained the third step of the podium, ahead of the Ford Ka with 95.321 sales, up 2 spots, (+33.4%), and the Toyota Hilux, leader among the pick ups with 80.323 units (+6.4%).

In sixth place the Nissan Versa, down 1 spot with 79.168 units (+5.8%) ahead of the Hyundai HB20 with 71.150 units (-11.1%), the Toyota Corolla with 68.994 units (-3.0%), the Chevrolet Prisma with 64.101 (+22.7%) and in 10th place the Chevrolet Spark with 50.839 (+16.2%).

You can see the full year 2016 ranking here

Below, you can sort our interactive tables. 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.

Ran 2017 Rank 2016 Best Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Var 2017
1 1 Chevrolet Onix 143.375 109.753 30,6%
2 2 Volkswagen Gol 103.827 87.749 18,3%
3 10 Renault Sandero 96.218 60.402 59,3%
4 6 Ford KA 95.321 71.470 33,4%
5 4 Toyota Hilux 80.323 75.498 6,4%
6 5 Nissan Versa 79.168 74.858 5,8%
7 3 Hyundai HB20 71.150 80.067 -11,1%
8 7 Toyota Corolla 68.994 71.120 -3,0%
9 13 Chevrolet Prisma 64.101 52.225 22,7%
10 9 Chevrolet Spark 60.563 61.285 -1,2%
11 12 Nissan March 56.029 55.012 1,8%
12 11 Honda HR-V 51.473 57.614 -10,7%
13 65 Fiat Mobi 50.002 14.394 247,4%
14 19 Nissan Pick-up 49.591 39.941 24,2%
15 15 Chevrolet Aveo 49.049 44.726 9,7%
16 17 Volkswagen Vento 47.628 42.251 12,7%
17 42 Fiat Toro 44.635 25.670 73,9%
18 16 Volkswagen Jetta 41.728 44.243 -5,7%
19 24 Volkswagen Saveiro 39.884 37.758 5,6%
20 21 Ford Fiesta 38.905 38.585 0,8%
21 14 Fiat Strada 38.772 45.908 -15,5%
22 20 Ford Ecosport 37.809 39.085 -3,3%
23 31 Renault Logan 37.570 30.750 22,2%
24 8 Fiat Palio 37.084 66.394 -44,1%
25 18 Renault Duster 35.926 42.043 -14,5%
26 25 Nissan Sentra 35.839 37.685 -4,9%
27 22 Volkswagen Up! 34.735 38.534 -9,9%
28 183 Hyundai Creta 34.155 2.723 1154,3%
29 46 Volkswagen Voyage 33.776 23.426 44,2%
30 151 Nissan Kicks 33.235 3.914 749,1%
31 23 Jeep Renegade 33.103 38.523 -14,1%
32 30 Ford Ranger 33.057 32.775 0,9%
33 38 Chevrolet S10 32.775 27.461 19,4%
34 34 Fiat Uno 31.799 28.516 11,5%
35 235 Jeep Compass 31.070 1.572 1876,8%
36 50 Kia Rio 30.474 22.564 35,1%
37 57 Honda Civic 30.237 18.591 62,6%
38 29 Volkswagen Fox/CrossFox 29.793 33.801 -11,9%
39 43 Toyota Etios Hatchback 28.223 25.142 12,3%
40 47 Peugeot 208 28.222 23.039 22,5%
41 36 Kia Sportage 28.069 27.821 0,9%
42 26 Fiat Siena 27.024 36.187 -25,3%
43 48 Volkswagen Amarok 26.533 23.014 15,3%
44 44 Toyota Yaris 26.434 24.334 8,6%
45 35 Honda Fit 25.309 27.916 -9,3%
46 41 Chevrolet Sail 24.868 26.192 -5,1%
47 56 Honda CR-V 24.842 19.081 30,2%
48 37 Ford Focus 23.826 27.612 -13,7%
49 28 Nissan Tsuru 23.717 34.177 -30,6%
50 45 Mazda3 22.234 23.791 -6,5%
51 63 Toyota Etios 22.134 15.708 40,9%
52 27 Chevrolet Sonic 21.673 36.076 -39,9%
53 40 Hyundai Tucson 21.638 26.363 -17,9%
54 54 Honda City 21.558 19.850 8,6%
55 51 Chevrolet Spin 20.877 20.888 -0,1%
56 53 Chevrolet Tracker 20.831 19.875 4,8%
57 49 Nissan X-Trail 20.600 22.769 -9,5%
58 55 Toyota Etios Sedan 20.413 19.806 3,1%
59 32 Hyundai HB20S 20.291 30.640 -33,8%
60 68 Renault Oroch 18.283 13.792 32,6%
61 85 Chevrolet Cruze 18.209 9.529 91,1%
62 74 Ford Figo 17.836 13.080 36,4%
63 60 Chevrolet Cobalt 17.826 16.219 9,9%
64 59 Mitsubishi L200 17.804 17.227 3,3%
65 58 Toyota RAV4 17.194 17.912 -4,0%
66 71 Renault Kangoo 16.327 13.396 21,9%
67 268 Renault Captur 15.931 1.093 1357,5%
68 75 Peugeot Partner 15.776 12.983 21,5%
69 78 Peugeot 2008 15.718 11.809 33,1%
70 62 Suzuki Swift 14.859 16.022 -7,3%
71 66 Kia Picanto 13.795 14.267 -3,3%
72 70 Fiat Fiorino 13.787 13.532 1,9%
73 64 Hyundai Grand i10 13.707 14.649 -6,4%
74 73 Hyundai Accent 13.460 13.088 2,8%
75 83 Volkswagen Suran 13.435 9.925 35,4%
76 61 Chevrolet Trax 12.991 16.133 -19,5%
77 79 Dodge Attitude 12.972 11.558 12,2%
78 111 Chevrolet Cruze Sedan 12.817 6.172 107,7%
79 77 Ford F-Series 12.540 12.222 2,6%
80 96 Kia Forte 12.524 7.474 67,6%
81 69 Volkswagen Golf 12.431 13.634 -8,8%
82 76 Mazda CX-5 12.222 12.829 -4,7%
83 72 Citroen C3 12.109 13.121 -7,7%
84 52 Nissan Frontier 11.247 20.775 -45,9%
85 87 Toyota Hilux SW4 11.037 9.443 16,9%
86 84 Seat Ibiza 10.691 9.921 7,8%
87 82 Hyundai Elantra 10.591 10.350 2,3%
88 89 Volkswagen Polo 9.854 9.104 8,2%
89 118 Mazda CX-3 9.640 5.535 74,2%
90 81 Peugeot 308 9.403 10.625 -11,5%
91 Honda WR-V 9.391
92 91 Chevrolet Montana 9.143 8.361 9,4%
93 Fiat Argo 9.041
94 67 Nissan Tiida 8.923 14.103 -36,7%
95 106 Citroen C3 Aircross 8.645 6.872 25,8%
96 121 Kia Soul 8.342 5.201 60,4%
97 128 Suzuki Vitara 8.341 4.924 69,4%
98 105 Toyota Avanza 8.158 6.938 17,6%
99 102 Kia Sorento 8.105 7.072 14,6%
100 93 Ford Escape 8.076 8.027 0,6%

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