Spain best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

Spain Best selling cars Seat-Ibiza-2018

Spain best selling cars in the first seven month of the 2017 benefit from market increase with almost all top models up. The leadership is taken by the Seat Ibiza, followed by the Seat Leon and the Opel Corsa while the new Seat Ateca ranks 17th.

During the first half of the 2017, the Spanish auto market kept the momentum further improving sales after the positive scores of the last three years.

As far as the best-selling car ranking, for which we report here the top models, the head of the race results unchanged from last year with the podium confirmed.

Best-selling model was the Seat Ibiza with 24.196 sales (+7.0%) followed by the Seat Leon with 23.087 (-1.1%) and the Opel Corsa with 19.162 units (+2.8%).

In fourth place the Volkswagen Polo with 19.093 units (+9.9%) followed by the Nissan Qashqai, up 4 spots, with 17.719 sales (+16.3%), the Renault Clio, up 2 spots, with 17.447 units (+12.6%) and the Volkswagen Golf down 1 spot with 16.362 units (+1.5%).

Behind, the Dacia Sandero with 15.625 units (-4.3%), the Opel Astra with 13.591 (-1.7%) and in 10th place the Peugeot 208 with 13.139 (-5.6%).

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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 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Var 2017
1 2 Seat Ibiza 24.196 22.607 7,0%
2 1 Seat Leon 23.087 23.352 -1,1%
3 3 Opel Corsa 19.162 18.641 2,8%
4 4 Volkswagen Polo 19.093 17.368 9,9%
5 9 Nissan Qashqai 17.719 15.238 16,3%
6 8 Renault Clio 17.447 15.495 12,6%
7 6 Volkswagen Golf 16.362 16.127 1,5%
8 5 Dacia Sandero 15.625 16.320 -4,3%
9 11 Opel Astra 13.591 13.825 -1,7%
10 10 Peugeot 208 13.139 13.919 -5,6%
11 7 Peugeot 308 13.039 15.922 -18,1%
12 17 Renault Mégane 12.859 10.619 21,1%
13 26 Citroen C3 12.645 8.329 51,8%
14 19 Peugeot 2008 12.306 10.176 20,9%
15 12 Renault Captur 12.248 11.851 3,3%
16 13 Opel Mokka 12.186 11.320 7,7%
17 15 Hyundai Tucson 11.791 11.104 6,2%
18 21 Fiat 500 11.704 9.839 19,0%
19 18 Ford Focus 11.293 10.302 9,6%
20 146 Seat Ateca 10.820 666 1524,6%
21 16 Toyota Auris 10.685 10.948 -2,4%
22 14 Kia Sportage 10.351 11.300 -8,4%
23 37 Volkswagen Tiguan 9.773 6.327 54,5%
24 44 Peugeot 3008 9.495 5.597 69,6%
25 23 Toyota Yaris 9.481 8.563 10,7%
26 20 Citroen C4 Picasso 9.429 9.888 -4,6%
27 22 Audi A3 8.212 9.807 -16,3%
28 24 Ford Fiesta 8.178 8.552 -4,4%
29 27 Renault Kadjar 7.829 7.928 -1,2%
30 25 Nissan Juke 7.459 8.467 -11,9%
31 29 Citroen C4 Cactus 7.440 7.763 -4,2%
32 32 Hyundai i20 7.237 6.840 5,8%
33 52 Ford Kuga 6.978 4.956 40,8%
34 28 Dacia Duster 6.878 7.863 -12,5%
35 36 Fiat Panda 6.873 6.481 6,0%
36 42 Mercedes A Class 6.845 5.837 17,3%
37 Toyota C-HR 6.799
38 66 BMW X1 6.637 3.613 83,7%
39 31 Kia Cee’d 6.599 7.054 -6,5%
40 40 Skoda Fabia 6.412 5.951 7,7%
41 46 Fiat 500x 6.371 5.523 15,4%
42 35 Audi A1 6.296 6.636 -5,1%
43 34 Kia Rio 6.223 6.718 -7,4%
44 39 Hyundai i30 6.059 6.238 -2,9%
45 33 Opel Zafira Tourer 5.738 6.774 -15,3%
46 45 BMW 1 Series 5.693 5.578 2,1%
47 83 Fiat Tipo 5.660 2.504 126,0%
48 84 Nissan Micra 5.547 2.488 123,0%
49 47 Mini 5.410 5.327 1,6%
50 53 Volkswagen Touran 5.409 4.845 11,6%

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