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Sweden Best selling cars in the first half of the 2016. VW Polo shines

Sweden Best selling cars Volvo C90_T8_Twin_Engine-2016

Sweden Best selling cars in the first half of the 2016 with models made by Volkswagen challenging the Volvo leadership. Golf and Passat stand in the podium while the Polo was the fastest growing.

Accordingly with data released by the BIL Sweden, the Association of Car Manufacturers in Sweden, in the first half of the 2016 best-selling model in the country was again the Volvo V70 with 15.040 units, up 10.3% (In these data are included first registrations of the V90).

The second best was Volkswagen Golf with 10.626 units (+5.8%) followed by  the Volkswagen Passat with 8.015 (+1.5%), the Volvo S/V60 with 7.572 (+11.8%), the Volvo XC60 with 6.652 (-8.5%), the Volvo V40 with 6.308 (+36.7%) and the Toyota Auris with 3.875 sales (+15.9%).

In eight place the Kia Cee’d with 3.628 (+17.7%) ahead of the Volkswagen Polo up 13 spots with 2.966 units (+64.7%) and in 10th place the Audi A4 up 7 spots with 2.811 (+30.1%),.

The recently launched last generation of Volvo XC90 landed in 24th place with 1.854 units while the new Renault Kadjar was 38th with 1.254.

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Rank H1 2016 Rank H1 2015 Best Sales H1 2016 Sales H1 2015 Var H1 2016
1 1 Volvo V70 15.040 13.641 10,3%
2 2 Volkswagen Golf 10.626 10.039 5,8%
3 3 Volkswagen Passat 8.015 7.893 1,5%
4 5 Volvo S/V60 7.572 6.774 11,8%
5 4 Volvo XC60 6.652 7.267 -8,5%
6 6 Volvo V40 6.308 4.613 36,7%
7 7 Toyota Auris 3.875 3.344 15,9%
8 8 Kia Cee’d 3.628 3.082 17,7%
9 22 Volkswagen Polo 2.966 1.801 64,7%
10 17 Audi A4 2.811 2.160 30,1%
11 10 Skoda Octavia 2.808 2.757 1,8%
12 11 Audi A6 2.790 2.687 3,8%
13 14 Nissan Qashqai 2.770 2.327 19,0%
14 12 Skoda Fabia 2.760 2.528 9,2%
15 15 Toyota Yaris 2.759 2.244 23,0%
16 26 Kia Sportage 2.608 1.543 69,0%
17 13 BMW 5 Series 2.502 2.372 5,5%
18 9 BMW 3 Series 2.451 2.827 -13,3%
19 16 Renault Clio 2.317 2.205 5,1%
20 18 Ford Focus 2.144 2.095 2,3%
21 24 Audi A3 2.067 1.746 18,4%
22 28 Mercedes E Class 2.034 1.306 55,7%
23 28 Opel Astra 1.926 1.306 47,5%
24 57 Volvo XC90 1.854 695 166,8%
25 23 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.848 1.754 5,4%
26 21 Peugeot 308 1.685 1.893 -11,0%
27 25 Mercedes C Class 1.649 1.632 1,0%
28 19 Renault Captur 1.638 1.967 -16,7%
29 29 Seat Leon 1.598 1.302 22,7%
30 49 Skoda Superb 1.585 787 101,4%
31 35 Peugeot 208 1.490 1.160 28,4%
32 33 Toyota RAV4 1.426 1.211 17,8%
33 31 Kia Rio 1.411 1.243 13,5%
34 49 Hyundai i40 1.350 787 71,5%
35 34 Dacia Duster 1.284 1.170 9,7%
36 75 Peugeot 2008 1.280 538 137,9%
37 39 BMW 1 Series 1.255 1.031 21,7%
38 Renault Kadjar 1.254
39 20 Toyota Avensis 1.213 1.905 -36,3%
40 48 Mercedes CLA 1.211 819 47,9%
41 27 Mitsubishi Outlander 1.129 1.478 -23,6%
42 89 BMW X1 1.122 433 159,1%
43 36 Ford Mondeo 1.098 1.138 -3,5%
44 30 Hyundai i30 1.040 1.294 -19,6%
45 145 Mazda CX-3 1.014 81 1151,9%
46 74 Audi A1 1.000 539 85,5%
47 42 Kia Picanto 972 945 2,9%
48 53 Mercedes A Class 959 746 28,6%
49 Hyundai Tucson 957
50 95 Seat Ibiza 941 389 141,9%
51 32 Ford Fiesta 923 1.219 -24,3%
52 Mini Hatch 910
53 61 Dacia Sandero 892 667 33,7%
54 43 Subaru Outback 885 904 -2,1%
55 60 Opel Corsa 872 673 29,6%
56 55 BMW 2 Series 863 719 20,0%
57 45 Volkswagen Sharan 858 871 -1,5%
58 50 BMW 4 Series 847 769 10,1%
59 65 BMW X3 820 654 25,4%
60 63 Mazda CX-5 778 661 17,7%
61 37 Hyundai i20 772 1.137 -32,1%
62 38 Honda CR-V 746 1.052 -29,1%
63 52 Audi Q5 736 760 -3,2%
64 Mercedes GLC 727
65 69 Fiat 500 724 599 20,9%
66 47 Mazda3 707 830 -14,8%
67 51 Honda Civic 682 768 -11,2%
68 66 Ford Kuga 677 651 4,0%
69 65 Toyota Verso 668 654 2,1%
70 41 Mitsubishi ASX 644 972 -33,7%
71 46 Skoda Yeti 629 842 -25,3%
72 73 Subaru XV 619 543 14,0%
73 78 Kia Sorento 618 524 17,9%
74 40 Renault Mégane 589 983 -40,1%
74 106 Suzuki Vitara 589 254 131,9%
75 79 Audi Q3 571 519 10,0%
76 54 Subaru Forester 565 740 -23,6%
77 87 Volkswagen Up! 519 455 14,1%
78 144 Honda HR-V 516 83 521,7%
79 77 Nissan Leaf 498 525 -5,1%
80 74 Citroen C4 Cactus 494 539 -8,3%
81 59 Mercedes B Class 490 683 -28,3%
82 114 Kia Soul 482 214 125,2%
83 64 Volkswagen Touran 481 660 -27,1%
84 86 Citroen C3 464 460 0,9%
85 56 Nissan Pulsar 463 696 -33,5%
86 76 Skoda Rapid 453 530 -14,5%
87 102 Toyota Prius 446 330 35,2%
88 91 Citroen C4 Picasso 438 413 6,1%
89 84 Nissan Juke 435 468 -7,1%
90 96 Ford S-max 428 387 10,6%
91 82 Citroen C4 427 472 -9,5%
92 88 Mazda6 426 439 -3,0%
93 76 Kia Venga 420 530 -20,8%
94 100 Nissan X-Trail 417 347 20,2%
95 153 Subaru Levorg 414 56 639,3%
96 103 Kia Carens 413 307 34,5%
97 105 Volkswagen Touareg 409 269 52,0%
98 Mercedes GLE 389
99 154 Ford Mustang 388 55 605,5%
100 98 Lexus NX 384 379 1,3%

 

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