South Africa best selling cars 2016. The top 100

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South Africa best selling cars 2016 dominated by the Volkswagen Polo with a wide gap over two archrival, the Toyota Hilux and the Ford Ranger fighting for the second place.

According to the statement released by the NAAMSA, the Federation of South African Car Manufacturers, the 2016 domestic vehicles sales suffered the bad economic environment during all the 2016.

As far as concern the best-selling models, the market leader, the Volkswagen Polo (both sedan and hatchback versions), was again on top of the list with 52.561 sales (-7.5%).

In second place the best pick up, the Toyota Hilux with 35.428 units (-0.7%) just ahead of the traditional rival, the other pick up, the Ford Ranger with 32.468 sales (-4.3%).

Fourth was the Toyota Corolla (all versions) with 17.499 units (-29.7%) followed by the Toyota Quantum, up 6 spots, with 15.005 sales (+26.2%) and the Toyota Etios with 12.768 (-21.5%).

Nissan NP200 was seventh with 12.616 (-29.9%) ahead of the Isuzu KB with 12.421 (-29.9%),  the Chevrolet Utility with 12.252 (-25.0%) and in 10th place the Ford Fiesta, up 3 places, with 12.204 sales (+16.7%).

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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 1 Volkswagen Polo 52.561 56.820 -7,5%
2 2 Toyota Hilux 35.428 35.684 -0,7%
3 3 Ford Ranger 32.468 33.920 -4,3%
4 4 Toyota Corolla 17.499 24.894 -29,7%
5 11 Toyota Quantum 15.005 11.894 26,2%
6 8 Toyota Etios 12.768 16.270 -21,5%
7 5 Nissan NP200 12.616 17.991 -29,9%
8 7 Isuzu KB 12.421 16.321 -23,9%
9 6 Chevrolet Utility 12.252 16.340 -25,0%
10 13 Ford Fiesta 12.204 10.462 16,7%
11 12 Ford Ecosport 11.442 11.627 -1,6%
12 17 Toyota Fortuner 11.060 8.385 31,9%
13 18 Nissan NP300 Hardbody 8.859 8.186 8,2%
14 15 Hyundai i20 8.641 8.928 -3,2%
15 9 Mercedes C Class 8.288 12.562 -34,0%
16 29 Kia Picanto 7.604 4.628 64,3%
17 19 Kia Rio 6.936 7.389 -6,1%
18 16 BMW 3 Series 6.680 8.485 -21,3%
19 10 Hyundai Grand i10 6.489 11.948 -45,7%
20 20 Renault Sandero 5.861 7.134 -17,8%
21 14 Ford Figo 5.480 9.899 -44,6%
22 25 Renault Clio 5.093 5.280 -3,5%
23 26 Toyota Avanza 5.068 5.080 -0,2%
24 34 Hyundai i10 5.025 3.775 33,1%
25 24 Toyota RAV4 5.021 5.306 -5,4%
26 22 Chevrolet Spark 4.702 5.756 -18,3%
27 21 Volkswagen Golf 4.524 6.967 -35,1%
28 32 Ford Focus 4.291 3.948 8,7%
29 23 Datsun Go 4.276 5.647 -24,3%
30 52 Mazda CX-5 3.976 2.403 65,5%
31 32 Toyota Land Cruiser PU 3.946 3.948 -0,1%
32 37 Hyundai Accent 3.761 3.505 7,3%
33 30 Volkswagen Amarok 3.593 4.101 -12,4%
34 38 Hyundai H-100 3.561 3.404 4,6%
35 28 Audi A3 3.506 4.669 -24,9%
36 41 Nissan X-Trail 3.474 3.155 10,1%
37 44 Nissan NV350 2.987 2.864 4,3%
38 47 Mazda3 2.845 2.754 3,3%
39 39 Renault Captur 2.838 3.278 -13,4%
40 Hyundai Tucson 2.832
41 33 Audi A4 2.764 3.804 -27,3%
42 45 Volkswagen Up! 2.602 2.814 -7,5%
43 43 Volkswagen Jetta 2.572 2.913 -11,7%
44 42 BMW 1 Series 2.570 3.098 -17,0%
45 177 Mazda CX-3 2.477 226 996,0%
46 31 Ford Kuga 2.441 4.047 -39,7%
47 60 Volkswagen Caddy 2.397 2.001 19,8%
48 36 Renault Duster 2.393 3.641 -34,3%
49 40 Nissan Qashqai 2.372 3.242 -26,8%
50 48 Volkswagen Tiguan 2.302 2.704 -14,9%
51 62 Volkswagen Transporter 2.234 1.930 15,8%
52 98 Hyundai H-1 2.233 1.087 105,4%
53 67 Mercedes GLA 2.203 1.678 31,3%
54 143 BMW X1 2.158 441 389,3%
55 133 Ford Everest 2.117 543 289,9%
56 59 BMW 2 Series 2.024 2.062 -1,8%
57 55 Toyota Yaris 2.023 2.318 -12,7%
58 117 Toyota Aygo 2.021 768 163,2%
59 53 Suzuki Swift 2.004 2.373 -15,5%
60 64 Mazda2 1.964 1.824 7,7%
61 51 Kia K2700 1.903 2.547 -25,3%
62 70 Mercedes CLA 1.779 1.625 9,5%
63 85 Nissan Almera 1.749 1.260 38,8%
64 61 BMW 4 Series 1.692 1.985 -14,8%
65 72 Mini 1.661 1.604 3,6%
66 Mercedes GLC 1.582
67 69 BMW X5 1.579 1.650 -4,3%
68 46 Honda Brio 1.513 2.782 -45,6%
69 50 Mercedes A Class 1.478 2.578 -42,7%
70 78 Audi Q3 1.431 1.440 -0,6%
71 57 Honda Jazz 1.419 2.118 -33,0%
72 77 Audi A1 1.412 1.476 -4,3%
73 27 Hyundai ix35 1.365 4.756 -71,3%
74 66 Toyota Prado 1.321 1.777 -25,7%
75 84 BMW X3 1.292 1.305 -1,0%
76 49 Opel Corsa 1.211 2.668 -54,6%
77 80 Mercedes B Class 1.192 1.377 -13,4%
78 102 Jeep Renegade 1.191 972 22,5%
79 56 Honda Ballade 1.185 2.119 -44,1%
80 82 Mitsubishi ASX 1.179 1.335 -11,7%
81 130 Opel Astra 1.178 581 102,8%
82 91 Mahindra Scorpio 1.152 1.162 -0,9%
83 95 Land Rover Discovery Sport 1.136 1.136 0,0%
84 115 Nissan Hardbody 1.104 781 41,4%
85 68 Opel Mokka 1.100 1.667 -34,0%
86 94 Toyota Land Cruiser SW 1.076 1.140 -5,6%
87 54 Chevrolet Cruze 1.046 2.353 -55,5%
88 144 Mercedes V Class 1.041 437 138,2%
89 65 Mercedes M Class 1.037 1.782 -41,8%
90 101 Honda HR-V 1.028 977 5,2%
91 90 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 982 1.171 -16,1%
92 92 Suzuki Jimny 974 1.149 -15,2%
93 76 Honda CR-V 936 1.480 -36,8%
94 109 Ford Transit 927 887 4,5%
95 104 Mahindra Bolero 889 956 -7,0%
96 71 Land Rover Discovery 886 1.620 -45,3%
97 96 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 872 1.126 -22,6%
98 103 Nissan Micra 868 965 -10,1%
99 106 Tata Super Ace 841 945 -11,0%
100 121 Nissan NV200 829 703 17,9%
100 Mahindra KUV100 829
101 88 Audi Q5 818 1.208 -32,3%

 

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