Latin America best selling cars 2016. The top 100 in the 2017

Latin America best selling cars Ford-Ka_plus-2017

Latin America best selling cars in the first four months of the 2017 benefit from the market recovery. The best-selling models in the total 28 countries we track has been the Chevrolet Onix. Fast movers on top are Ford Ka and 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 first four months of the year sales aggregated for the region (from Mexico down to the Terra del fuego), including 28 countries, reported 1.83 million sales, up 7.2% 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 leadership of the last year.

The Onix reported 64.798 sales (+24.3%) with a huge gap over all the others.

The second was the Volkswagen Gol with 47.528 sales (+14.6%) followed by the Ford Ka with 43.264 sales, up 5 spots, (+35.4%), the Renault Sandero with 39.51 (+67.6%) and the Toyota Hilux, leader among the pick ups with 38.812 units (+7.7%).

In sixth place the Nissan Versa, down 2 spots with 36.606 units (+0.8%) ahead of the Hyundai HB20 with 32.454 units (-18.8%), the Chevrolet Spark with 30.829 (+22.1%), the Toyota Corolla with 30.439 units (-11.1%) and in 10th place the Nissan March with 30.053 (+19.3%).

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.

Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales YTD April 17 Sales YTD April 16 Variation YTD Apr
1 1 Chevrolet Onix 64.798 52.137 24,3%
2 2 Volkswagen Gol 47.528 41.460 14,6%
3 8 Ford KA 43.264 31.941 35,4%
4 13 Renault Sandero 39.517 23.575 67,6%
5 5 Toyota Hilux 38.812 36.021 7,7%
6 4 Nissan Versa 36.606 36.316 0,8%
7 3 Hyundai HB20 32.454 39.963 -18,8%
8 10 Chevrolet Spark 30.829 25.251 22,1%
9 6 Toyota Corolla 30.439 34.245 -11,1%
10 12 Nissan March 30.053 25.194 19,3%
11 11 Chevrolet Prisma 27.600 25.250 9,3%
12 14 Chevrolet Aveo 26.801 22.419 19,5%
13 9 Honda HR-V 25.996 28.937 -10,2%
14 16 Volkswagen Vento 25.295 21.157 19,6%
15 19 Nissan Pick-up 24.840 19.343 28,4%
16 7 Fiat Palio 20.820 32.645 -36,2%
17 27 Renault Duster 20.149 17.559 14,7%
18 Fiat Mobi 19.921 1.189
19 17 Volkswagen Jetta 19.301 20.791 -7,2%
20 24 Nissan Sentra 19.120 18.384 4,0%
21 59 Fiat Toro 19.049 8.176 133,0%
22 25 Ford Fiesta 18.624 17.994 3,5%
23 15 Fiat Strada 17.954 21.716 -17,3%
24 20 Ford Ecosport 17.435 19.109 -8,8%
25 22 Volkswagen Up! 17.174 18.723 -8,3%
26 26 Volkswagen Saveiro 16.962 17.724 -4,3%
27 52 Honda Civic 16.257 9.820 65,5%
28 45 Renault Logan 16.166 11.812 36,9%
29 44 Volkswagen Voyage 15.999 11.843 35,1%
30 Nissan Kicks 15.883 1.034
31 36 Chevrolet S10 15.859 13.255 19,6%
32 35 Ford Ranger 15.149 13.374 13,3%
33 23 Jeep Renegade 14.313 18.658 -23,3%
34 48 Kia Rio 14.186 10.874 30,5%
35 Jeep Compass 14.181 861
36 38 Kia Sportage 13.754 13.032 5,5%
37 Hyundai Creta 13.725 723
38 21 Volkswagen Fox/CrossFox 13.590 18.799 -27,7%
39 43 Toyota Yaris 13.349 12.013 11,1%
40 28 Nissan Tsuru 13.223 17.446 -24,2%
41 55 Toyota Etios Hatch 13.000 9.547 36,2%
42 34 Honda Fit 12.794 13.556 -5,6%
43 46 Peugeot 208 12.777 11.097 15,1%
44 40 Chevrolet Sail 12.770 12.193 4,7%
45 18 Fiat Siena 12.728 20.123 -36,7%
46 31 Fiat Uno 12.691 15.760 -19,5%
47 37 Ford Focus 12.553 13.115 -4,3%
48 39 Volkswagen Amarok 12.258 12.688 -3,4%
49 42 Mazda3 11.464 12.018 -4,6%
50 33 Chevrolet Sonic 11.235 14.629 -23,2%
51 61 Toyota Etios 11.076 7.856 41,0%
52 47 Nissan X-Trail 10.643 11.021 -3,4%
53 41 Hyundai Tucson 10.286 12.143 -15,3%
54 51 Honda CR-V 9.965 10.063 -1,0%
55 57 Chevrolet Spin 9.962 9.002 10,7%
56 53 Toyota Etios Sedan 9.667 9.719 -0,5%
57 50 Honda City 9.652 10.123 -4,7%
58 29 Hyundai HB20S 9.610 16.268 -40,9%
59 54 Chevrolet Tracker 9.150 9.714 -5,8%
60 58 Mitsubishi L200 8.560 8.270 3,5%
61 60 Chevrolet Cobalt 8.526 8.098 5,3%
62 73 Peugeot Partner 8.387 5.883 42,6%
63 86 Ford Figo 8.373 4.640 80,5%
64 90 Chevrolet Cruze 8.340 4.188 99,2%
65 72 Renault Kangoo 8.313 6.055 37,3%
66 66 Hyundai Grand i10 8.196 7.383 11,0%
67 78 Renault Oroch 8.186 5.106 60,3%
68 56 Toyota RAV4 8.155 9.203 -11,4%
69 64 Volkswagen Golf 7.895 7.603 3,8%
70 82 Volkswagen Suran 7.861 4.899 60,5%
71 67 Hyundai Accent 7.482 7.283 2,7%
72 81 Peugeot 2008 7.413 5.006 48,1%
73 65 Suzuki Swift 7.376 7.462 -1,2%
74 75 Ford F-Series 7.284 5.474 33,1%
75 69 Kia Picanto 7.139 6.612 8,0%
76 80 Dodge Attitude 7.011 5.009 40,0%
77 49 Nissan Frontier 6.777 10.144 -33,2%
78 62 Chevrolet Trax 6.589 7.814 -15,7%
79 68 Fiat Fiorino 6.160 6.801 -9,4%
80 107 Kia Forte 5.882 2.932 100,6%
81 70 Citroen C3 5.794 6.586 -12,0%
82 85 Seat Ibiza 5.684 4.790 18,7%
83 264 Renault Captur 5.591 549 918,4%
84 97 Toyota Hilux SW4 5.429 3.605 50,6%
85 74 Peugeot 308 5.424 5.618 -3,5%
86 145 Chevrolet Cruze Sedan 5.423 1.944 179,0%
87 71 Mazda CX-5 5.407 6.289 -14,0%
88 76 Hyundai Elantra 5.254 5.314 -1,1%
89 63 Nissan Tiida 5.104 7.615 -33,0%
90 84 BMW 3 Series 4.880 4.855 0,5%
91 113 Chevrolet Montana 4.364 2.650 64,7%
92 87 Mazda BT-50 4.174 4.528 -7,8%
93 102 Toyota Avanza 4.068 3.305 23,1%
94 153 Kia Soul 3.977 1.786 122,6%
95 101 Volkswagen Polo 3.975 3.350 18,7%
96 96 Kia Sorento 3.862 3.638 6,2%
97 89 Chevrolet Equinox 3.800 4.240 -10,4%
98 92 Ram 1500-3500 3.799 3.749 1,3%
99 106 Citroen C3 Aircross 3.673 3.090 18,9%
100 91 Ford Escape 3.656 4.007 -8,8%

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