Taiwan best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

Taiwan Best Selling Cars Toyota-Corolla_iM-2018

Taiwan Best Selling Cars ranking after the first ten months of the 2017 is still dominated by the Toyota Corolla over the Toyota Rav4. New models landed immediately behind with the Toyota Sienta in third place and the Honda HR-V in fifth.

Following the 2016 all time record that has positioned Taiwan as the World’s 26th vehicles market, in the 2017 the Taiwanese vehicles demand shifted to a lower gear and is moving almost in the same line of the previous year, albeit sustained economic growth.

The best-selling cars ranking year to date October 2017 reports the renovated success of the 2016 leader but also the arrival of two new stars, landed immediately in pole position.

Indeed, according to the data released by the T.T.V.M.A. market leader is again the Toyota Corolla with 33.088 sales (-7.2%) followed by the Toyota Rav4 with 17.399 (+6.1%) and the new Toyota Sienta landed in hird place with 11.987 sales.

In fourth place, the CMC Veryca with 11.485 sales (-2.5%) followed by new Honda HRV, landed in fifth place with 11.067 sales.

Behind, the Nissan Tiida with 10.346 (+4.6%), the Toyota Yaris with 10.171 sales (-16.6%) and the Honda CR-V with 9.016 units (+5.3%).

In ninth place ahead of the Nissan Livina with 8.419 (+1.9%) followed by the Mazda3 with 8.178 (-10.2%).

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 Var 2017
1 1 Toyota Corolla 33.088 -7,2%
2 2 Toyota RAV4 17.399 6,1%
3 Toyota Sienta 11.987
4 5 CMC Veryca 11.485 -2,5%
5 88 Honda HR-V 11.067 1205,1%
6 6 Nissan Tiida 10.346 4,6%
7 3 Toyota Yaris 10.171 -16,6%
8 8 Honda CR-V 9.016 5,3%
9 10 Nissan Livina 8.419 1,9%
10 7 Mazda3 8.178 -10,2%
11 16 CMC Zinger 7.873 33,1%
12 9 Mitsubishi Delica 7.777 -7,1%
13 12 Toyota Vios 7.160 -7,3%
14 11 Nissan X-Trail 6.331 -21,4%
15 20 Ford Kuga 6.152 33,3%
16 14 Ford Focus 6.094 -8,4%
17 19 Mercedes C Class 5.454 9,6%
18 17 Toyota Camry 5.105 -13,7%
19 13 Luxgen U6 Turbo 4.742 -30,3%
20 15 Nissan Sentra 4.606 -24,6%
21 25 Mercedes E Class 4.458 17,3%
22 37 Lexus NX 4.219 86,2%
23 23 Lexus RX 4.002 -2,7%
24 24 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.965 1,9%
25 49 Mercedes GLC 3.853 122,2%
26 21 Mazda CX-5 3.762 -16,0%
27 29 Hyundai Tucson 3.568 31,4%
28 30 BMW 5 Series 3.441 29,1%
29 45 Hyundai Elantra 3.168 73,9%
30 56 Volkswagen Tiguan 3.056 121,0%
31 33 Suzuki Vitara 3.019 27,7%
32 22 Honda Fit 2.984 -32,3%
33 27 Mitsubishi Colt Plus 2.774 -16,0%
34 43 Volkswagen Golf 2.637 42,7%
35 28 Subaru Forester 2.488 -16,0%
36 36 Mazda CX-3 2.461 7,9%
37 31 BMW 3 Series 2.321 -10,9%
38 47 Nissan March 2.221 23,6%
39 35 Honda Odyssey 2.106 -9,3%
40 34 Luxgen M7 Turbo 2.086 -11,5%
41 26 Honda City 2.081 -39,5%
42 39 Luxgen S3 2.015 -6,4%
43 32 Lexus ES 1.994 -18,3%
44 Toyota C-HR 1.982
45 46 Mitsubishi Lancer 1.907 5,0%
46 54 Mercedes GLE 1.896 36,0%
47 38 Ford Fiesta 1.850 -17,0%
48 63 Mercedes GLA 1.597 30,9%
49 75 Volkswagen Touran 1.576 52,3%
50 51 Toyota Previa 1.547 2,0%

 

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