Switzerland Best Selling Cars 2016. The top 100

Switzerland Best Selling Cars 2016 Volkswagen-Golf_GTD-2017

Switzerland Best Selling Cars 2016 dominated as usual by the Volkswagen Golf ahead of Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Polo. New BMW Series 2 jumped in 10th position as the best new model of the year.

According to data released by the Auto Suisse, the Association of local Automotive Importers, the car passenger’s market in the 2016 slipped down by 2%.

As far as the top models ranking, le leader unchanged despite reporting a 21% lost. It was the Volkswagen Golf sold in 11.988 units after having risked to lose the head, under attack of the Skoda Octavia, only second at the end, with 11.721 (-4.1%).

Third was the Volkswagen Polo with 6.516 (-9.6%) ahead of the Volkswagen Tiguan, advanced 5 places, with 6.434 sales (+62.9%).

In fifth place the Mercedes C Class with 4.542 units (+5.7%) followed by the BMW Series 2 with 4.342 (+12.2%), the Volkswagen Touran with 4.286 (+63.7%) and the Audi A3 with 4.093 units (-28.5%).

The Skoda Fabia was 9th with 3.928 (+7.4%) and the Volkswagen Passat 10th with 3.778 (-17.5%).

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 Golf 11.988 15.288 -21,6%
2 2 Skoda Octavia 11.721 12.228 -4,1%
3 3 Volkswagen Polo 6.516 7.210 -9,6%
4 9 Volkswagen Tiguan 6.434 3.950 62,9%
5 7 Mercedes C Class 4.542 4.299 5,7%
6 10 BMW 2 Series 4.342 3.871 12,2%
7 34 Volkswagen Touran 4.286 2.619 63,7%
8 4 Audi A3 4.092 5.725 -28,5%
9 12 Skoda Fabia 3.928 3.659 7,4%
10 6 Volkswagen Passat 3.778 4.579 -17,5%
11 5 Seat Leon 3.670 4.869 -24,6%
12 67 BMW X1 3.656 1.629 124,4%
13 29 Audi A4 3.614 2.823 28,0%
14 28 Mini Cooper 3.549 2.841 24,9%
15 14 Seat Alhambra 3.484 3.543 -1,7%
16 13 Fiat 500 3.435 3.610 -4,8%
17 49 Opel Astra 3.260 2.129 53,1%
18 16 Mercedes A Class 3.186 3.372 -5,5%
19 77 Hyundai Tucson 3.168 1.382 129,2%
20 11 BMW 3 Series 3.159 3.679 -14,1%
21 120 Mercedes GLC 3.062 818 274,3%
22 50 Renault Mégane 3.052 2.076 47,0%
23 25 Opel Mokka 3.023 2.921 3,5%
24 8 Renault Clio 3.021 4.031 -25,1%
25 15 Ford Kuga 2.886 3.453 -16,4%
26 21 Mercedes GLA 2.834 3.087 -8,2%
27 23 Audi Q3 2.761 2.956 -6,6%
28 47 Dacia Duster 2.744 2.158 27,2%
29 64 Dacia Sandero 2.660 1.730 53,8%
30 30 Toyota Yaris 2.628 2.777 -5,4%
31 17 Audi Q5 2.575 3.186 -19,2%
32 20 Peugeot 208 2.501 3.095 -19,2%
33 26 BMW 1 Series 2.498 2.915 -14,3%
34 55 Suzuki Vitara 2.476 1.881 31,6%
35 35 Volvo XC60 2.469 2.453 0,7%
36 32 Mazda2 2.457 2.627 -6,5%
37 37 BMW X3 2.431 2.375 2,4%
38 31 Mazda CX-5 2.426 2.630 -7,8%
39 24 Opel Corsa 2.390 2.936 -18,6%
40 18 Peugeot 308 2.360 3.115 -24,2%
40 22 Nissan Qashqai 2.360 3.038 -22,3%
41 19 Suzuki Swift 2.328 3.108 -25,1%
42 42 Toyota Auris 2.320 2.241 3,5%
43 39 Ford Focus 2.208 2.340 -5,6%
44 33 Audi A1 2.185 2.621 -16,6%
45 27 Ford Fiesta 2.175 2.844 -23,5%
46 36 Smart Fortwo 2.147 2.427 -11,5%
47 40 Peugeot 2008 2.130 2.309 -7,8%
48 83 Mazda CX-3 2.127 1.258 69,1%
49 44 Skoda Yeti 2.065 2.223 -7,1%
50 52 Volkswagen Sharan 2.061 1.923 7,2%
51 79 Toyota RAV4 2.013 1.361 47,9%
52 45 Renault Captur 2.012 2.193 -8,3%
53 48 BMW X5 2.004 2.130 -5,9%
54 87 Skoda Superb 1.996 1.190 67,7%
55 63 Seat Ibiza 1.933 1.731 11,7%
56 60 Mazda3 1.931 1.850 4,4%
57 46 BMW 4 Series 1.894 2.187 -13,4%
58 143 Mercedes GLE 1.814 585 210,1%
59 41 Citroen C3 1.798 2.282 -21,2%
60 58 Porsche Macan 1.795 1.875 -4,3%
61 62 Mercedes CLA 1.731 1.811 -4,4%
62 139 Subaru Levorg 1.706 640 166,6%
63 43 Mercedes B Class 1.694 2.237 -24,3%
64 53 BMW 5 Series 1.661 1.917 -13,4%
65 38 Hyundai i20 1.631 2.364 -31,0%
66 61 Hyundai i30 1.611 1.834 -12,2%
67 89 Honda Jazz 1.573 1.155 36,2%
68 56 Fiat Panda 1.558 1.879 -17,1%
69 59 Subaru XV 1.555 1.862 -16,5%
70 51 Audi A6 1.542 1.990 -22,5%
71 111 Volvo XC90 1.514 915 65,5%
72 115 Renault Kadjar 1.487 871 70,7%
73 54 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross 1.481 1.907 -22,3%
74 66 Fiat 500x 1.421 1.656 -14,2%
75 94 Mitsubishi Space Star 1.412 1.070 32,0%
76 69 Citroen C4 Picasso 1.411 1.558 -9,4%
77 75 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 1.378 1.432 -3,8%
78 81 Hyundai Santa fe 1.316 1.307 0,7%
79 70 Tesla Model S 1.299 1.556 -16,5%
80 65 Volvo V40 1.273 1.728 -26,3%
81 71 Mercedes E Class 1.213 1.548 -21,6%
82 68 Citroen C1 1.198 1.599 -25,1%
83 73 Volvo V60 1.187 1.470 -19,3%
84 88 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1.180 1.162 1,5%
85 138 Land Rover Discovery Sport 1.169 652 79,3%
86 124 Audi Q7 1.164 759 53,4%
87 72 Mini Cooper All4 1.154 1.495 -22,8%
88 86 Skoda Rapid 1.145 1.206 -5,1%
89 78 Opel Zafira 1.136 1.368 -17,0%
90 99 Kia Picanto 1.132 1.053 7,5%
91 121 Honda Civic 1.128 784 43,9%
92 106 Renault Espace 1.122 980 14,5%
93 74 Subaru Forester 1.102 1.442 -23,6%
94 102 BMW X4 1.101 1.024 7,5%
95 95 Honda CR-V 1.096 1.069 2,5%
95 101 Porsche 911 1.096 1.027 6,7%
96 57 Renault Scénic 1.088 1.877 -42,0%
97 98 Volkswagen Up! 1.047 1.063 -1,5%
98 76 Jeep Renegade 1.009 1.383 -27,0%
99 82 Mitsubishi ASX 996 1.268 -21,5%
100 108 Ford C-max 992 959 3,4%

 

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