Mexico best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

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Mexico best selling cars ranking after the first ten months of the 2017 with the Nissan Versa leader again followed by the Nissan Pick up and the Chevrolet Spark. The Kia Rio advanced in 9th place, first time in top 10 for a Kia model.

Mexican automotive industry, the most dynamic industrial sector in the country and the biggest after the last three years of booming production, sales and export, in the 2017 has taken a horizontal track compared with the impressive all-time record scored last year and in recent months is losing terrain compared with last year record.

As far as the best-selling models ranking, after the first ten months of the year the list is led by the Nissan Versa leader with 72.284 sales (+3.5%).

In second place the Nissan Pick-up with 61.256 units (+17.0%) and the Chevrolet Aveo, with 53.901 (-3.1%).

In fourth place the Volkswagen Vento with 52.213 units (+1.6%) ahead of the Nissan March with 44.137 units (+0.3%) and the Chevrolet Spark with 44.037 (-22.8%).

Behind, the Volkswagen Jetta with 38.539 sales (-17.1%), the Nissan Sentra with 34.293 (-1.9%), the Kia Rio with 23.349 sales (+121%) and in 10th place the Nissan Tsuru with 22.946 units (-44.9%)

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Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding 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 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales 2017 Var 2017
1 1 Nissan Versa 72.284 3,5%
2 4 Nissan Pick-up 61.256 17,0%
3 3 Chevrolet Aveo 53.901 -3,1%
4 5 Volkswagen Vento 52.213 1,6%
5 7 Nissan March 44.137 0,3%
6 2 Chevrolet Spark 44.037 -22,8%
7 6 Volkswagen Jetta 38.539 -17,1%
8 10 Nissan Sentra 34.293 -1,9%
9 32 Kia Rio 23.349 121,8%
10 8 Nissan Tsuru 22.946 -44,9%
11 12 Volkswagen Gol 22.770 -3,7%
12 15 Ford Figo 22.622 23,0%
13 18 Honda CR-V 22.530 45,0%
14 9 Chevrolet Sonic 21.291 -45,3%
15 11 Nissan X-Trail 20.592 -14,1%
16 Chevrolet Beat 19.028
17 116 Nissan Kicks 17.625 1026,2%
18 14 Mazda3 17.269 -10,1%
19 16 Toyota Yaris 17.015 -3,6%
20 17 Kia Sportage 16.692 7,1%
21 21 Dodge Attitude 16.353 8,7%
22 13 Chevrolet Trax 15.984 -26,0%
23 22 Honda HR-V 15.084 9,7%
24 36 Kia Forte 14.645 51,7%
25 34 Toyota Hilux 14.449 45,0%
26 23 Ford F-Series 13.478 0,8%
27 26 Honda City 13.038 7,5%
28 27 Seat Ibiza 11.823 -1,7%
29 49 Mazda CX-3 10.182 63,2%
30 44 Toyota Avanza 10.045 20,0%
31 31 Volkswagen Polo 9.489 -10,2%
32 117 Hyundai Creta 9.412 503,3%
33 25 Hyundai Grand i10 8.884 -30,7%
34 35 Renault Duster 8.658 -11,4%
35 33 Toyota Corolla 8.612 -15,8%
36 37 Mazda CX-5 8.566 -9,7%
37 40 Nissan Urvan 8.500 -1,7%
38 41 Honda Civic 8.275 -4,1%
39 38 Ram 700 8.136 -10,7%
40 42 Hyundai Tucson 8.089 -6,1%
41 39 Ram 1500-3500 8.064 -6,9%
42 28 Chevrolet Silverado 7.980 -28,0%
43 20 Nissan Tiida 7.976 -47,3%
44 47 Toyota Hiace 7.311 16,4%
45 30 Chevrolet Equinox 7.266 -32,7%
46 74 Kia Soul 6.898 92,2%
47 86 Volkswagen Tiguan 6.688 147,3%
48 29 Honda Fit 6.567 -39,5%
49 54 Kia Sorento 6.327 15,7%
50 45 Toyota RAV4 6.206 -23,2%
51 43 Ford Ranger 6.038 -28,2%
52 24 Ford Fiesta 5.866 -55,0%
53 63 Mitsubishi Mirage 5.862 27,2%
54 67 BMW 3 Series 5.810 35,7%
55 51 Ford Escape 5.796 -6,5%
56 52 Chevrolet Cruze 5.778 -1,6%
57 48 Volkswagen Golf 5.610 -10,2%
58 55 Volkswagen Saveiro 5.405 0,1%
59 62 Suzuki Swift 5.279 10,6%
60 61 Toyota Prius 5.225 9,0%
61 57 Renault Sandero 5.201 1,9%
62 64 Toyota Sienna 4.839 6,2%
63 68 Mitsubishi L200 4.816 16,2%
64 Fiat Mobi 4.814
65 65 Suzuki Vitara 4.759 5,8%
66 118 Dodge Neon 4.628 200,3%
67 70 Chevrolet Tornado 4.493 20,2%
68 66 Mini Cooper 4.374 1,1%
69 56 Seat Toledo 4.316 -16,6%
70 46 Chevrolet S10 4.199 -46,1%
71 53 Renault Logan 4.072 -25,6%
72 59 Hyundai Elantra 3.966 -18,8%
73 78 Fiat Uno 3.874 14,4%
74 157 Ram ProMaster 3.815 463,5%
75 79 Peugeot Partner 3.691 11,3%
76 Hyundai Accent 3.609
77 75 Ford Ecosport 3.573 -0,2%
78 73 Audi A3 3.498 -4,1%
79 58 Volkswagen Passat 3.489 -29,1%
80 69 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.386 -9,5%
81 50 Dodge Journey 3.327 -46,6%
82 95 Volkswagen Transporter 3.223 36,0%
83 83 Seat Leon 3.084 3,6%
84 84 Toyota Highlander 3.020 1,8%
85 72 Mercedes E Class 2.902 -21,0%
86 76 Toyota Tacoma 2.864 -19,1%
87 Jeep Renegade 2.653
88 81 Dodge Vision 2.359 -23,9%
89 107 Kia Optima 2.238 24,1%
90 Suzuki Ignis 2.221
91 108 Peugeot 301 2.169 22,8%
92 104 Ford Transit 2.100 5,6%
92 110 Mercedes Sprinter 2.100 19,6%
93 103 Audi A4 2.096 4,8%
94 109 GMC Terrain 2.083 18,3%
94 93 Chevrolet Suburban 2.083 -12,9%
95 60 Volkswagen Up! 2.055 -57,4%
96 Renault Captur 2.052
97 133 Volkswagen Caddy 2.015 73,7%
98 123 BMW X4 2.000 43,3%
99 101 Honda Odyssey 1.975 -5,7%
100 106 Volkswagen Amarok 1.950 0,9%

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