Turkey best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

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Turkey best selling cars ranking after the first eight months of the 2017 presents several changes. The leadership is solid in the hands of the Fiat Aegea, while the last generation of the Renault Megane is a great success also thanks to the launch of the sedan version.

As reported in the dedicated articles, the Turkish vehicles market in the 2016 has celebrated the new all time record, the second in a row, very close to the wall of 1 million units.

As far as regard the ranking of Top 100 models, the ranking has several changes from the final 2016 figures.

According to data released by the O.D.D. the Otomotiv Distribütörleri Derneği (Car Distributors Association in Turkey), the best-selling car after the first eight months of the 2017 has been the 2016 leader, the Fiat Egea with 28.697 sales (+33.8%) ahead of the Renault Clio, up 3 spots, with 21.985 sales (+31.9%).

The Renault Megane was third with 16.785 units (+485%) followed in fourth place by the Volkswagen Passat with 14.967 (-15.5%) followed by the Toyota Corolla with 14.1155 (-26.2%), the Ford Focus with 14.096 units and the Renault Symbol with 13.298 sales (-15.7%).

In eight place the Hyundai i20, up 1 spot with 12.895 units (+2.6%) followed by the new Honda Civic, locally produced, with 12.697 sales, an outstanding +159%, and in 10th place by the Volkswagen Polo with 12.402 (-24.7%).

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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.

Ran 2017 Rank 2016 Best Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Var 2017
1 2 Fiat Egea 28.697 21.445 33,8%
2 6 Renault Clio 21.985 16.665 31,9%
3 3 Ford Courier 20.658 20.388 1,3%
4 54 Renault Mégane 16.785 2.930 472,9%
5 9 Ford Transit 16.052 15.657 2,5%
6 10 Fiat Doblo 15.057 14.899 1,1%
7 5 Volkswagen Passat 14.962 17.710 -15,5%
8 4 Toyota Corolla 14.155 19.185 -26,2%
9 43 Ford Focus 14.096 4.083 245,2%
10 12 Fiat Fiorino 14.061 13.301 5,7%
11 8 Renault Symbol 13.298 15.781 -15,7%
12 13 Hyundai i20 12.895 12.564 2,6%
13 32 Honda Civic 12.697 4.902 159,0%
14 7 Volkswagen Polo 12.402 16.481 -24,7%
15 16 Dacia Sandero 11.177 9.890 13,0%
16 39 Opel Astra 10.753 4.393 144,8%
17 14 Volkswagen Golf 10.141 12.096 -16,2%
18 Renault Mégane sedan 9.689
19 17 Nissan Qashqai 9.590 9.665 -0,8%
20 18 Dacia Duster 9.371 9.355 0,2%
21 23 Peugeot 301 9.370 7.215 29,9%
22 21 Citroen C-Elysée 7.544 7.501 0,6%
23 28 Volkswagen Jetta 7.005 6.121 14,4%
24 11 Opel Astra sedan 6.878 14.069 -51,1%
25 26 Seat Leon 6.811 6.768 0,6%
26 20 Hyundai Accent 6.725 7.505 -10,4%
27 19 Volkswagen Transporter 6.620 8.770 -24,5%
28 27 Mercedes C Class 6.487 6.505 -0,3%
29 25 Volkswagen Caddy 6.100 7.001 -12,9%
30 40 Renault Kangoo 5.708 4.308 32,5%
31 33 Fiat Linea 5.600 4.854 15,4%
32 34 Volkswagen Tiguan 5.414 4.790 13,0%
33 50 Citroen Berlingo 5.270 3.308 59,3%
34 31 Hyundai Tucson 4.973 5.127 -3,0%
35 42 Peugeot Partner 4.889 4.168 17,3%
36 24 Opel Corsa 4.681 7.031 -33,4%
37 37 Skoda Superb 4.606 4.602 0,1%
38 22 Skoda Octavia 4.599 7.241 -36,5%
39 46 Audi A3 4.308 3.849 11,9%
40 52 Dacia Dokker 4.209 3.034 38,7%
41 112 Ford Tourneo Custom 4.093 750 445,7%
42 35 Mercedes E Class 3.985 4.646 -14,2%
43 Toyota C-HR 3.870
44 47 BMW 5 Series 3.840 3.699 3,8%
45 139 Peugeot 3008 3.520 339 938,3%
46 59 Nissan Micra 3.442 2.720 26,5%
47 29 Ford Fiesta 3.430 5.405 -36,5%
48 41 Renault Kadjar 3.278 4.297 -23,7%
49 53 Fiat Ducato 3.165 3.011 5,1%
50 45 Opel Insignia 3.094 3.879 -20,2%
51 38 Seat Ibiza 2.996 4.477 -33,1%
52 56 Mercedes Sprinter 2.890 2.856 1,2%
52 80 Hyundai Elantra 2.890 1.776 62,7%
53 55 Toyota Hilux 2.757 2.914 -5,4%
54 79 Mercedes Vito 2.583 1.829 41,2%
55 120 Ford Kuga 2.573 592 334,6%
56 57 Audi A4 2.511 2.852 -12,0%
57 63 Dacia Lodgy 2.411 2.449 -1,6%
58 30 BMW 3 Series 2.359 5.193 -54,6%
59 36 Honda CR-V 2.313 4.623 -50,0%
60 48 Kia Sportage 2.232 3.573 -37,5%
61 61 Kia Bongo 2.226 2.510 -11,3%
62 84 Kia Cerato 2.190 1.505 45,5%
63 49 Toyota Auris 2.168 3.474 -37,6%
64 64 Renault Master 2.121 2.351 -9,8%
65 94 Suzuki Vitara 1.944 1.180 64,7%
66 91 Hyundai H-100 1.930 1.226 57,4%
67 65 Mitsubishi L200 1.838 2.317 -20,7%
68 67 Toyota Yaris 1.832 2.290 -20,0%
69 116 Nissan Navara 1.822 715 154,8%
70 77 Volkswagen Amarok 1.792 1.912 -6,3%
71 69 Opel Mokka 1.790 2.257 -20,7%
72 70 Renault Captur 1.777 2.245 -20,8%
73 73 Nissan X-Trail 1.668 2.149 -22,4%
74 62 Volkswagen Crafter 1.659 2.472 -32,9%
75 71 Dacia Logan MCV 1.595 2.239 -28,8%
76 165 Citroen C3 1.592 159 901,3%
77 58 BMW 1 Series 1.584 2.781 -43,0%
78 75 Kia Rio 1.515 2.033 -25,5%
79 76 Nissan Juke 1.511 1.987 -24,0%
80 92 Iveco Daily 1.488 1.204 23,6%
81 66 Peugeot 208 1.456 2.304 -36,8%
82 98 Renault Talisman 1.447 1.093 32,4%
83 74 Skoda Fabia 1.443 2.136 -32,4%
84 81 Peugeot 2008 1.425 1.743 -18,2%
85 86 Audi A6 1.374 1.384 -0,7%
86 85 Skoda Rapid 1.339 1.463 -8,5%
87 105 Ford Ranger 1.325 862 53,7%
88 132 Audi A5 1.323 425 211,3%
89 68 Mercedes A Class 1.271 2.278 -44,2%
90 72 Mercedes CLA 1.263 2.154 -41,4%
91 90 Renault Trafic 1.213 1.243 -2,4%
92 100 Jeep Renegade 1.158 1.007 15,0%
93 Skoda Kodiaq 1.119
94 101 Hyundai i10 1.106 1.006 9,9%
95 78 Ford Connect 1.022 1.846 -44,6%
96 60 Hyundai i30 968 2.622 -63,1%
97 163 Nissan Pulsar 908 182 398,9%
98 96 Isuzu D-Max 849 1.146 -25,9%
99 88 Peugeot 308 839 1.367 -38,6%
100 83 BMW 4 Series 750 1.528 -50,9%

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