Turkey best selling cars. The top 100 in the 2017

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Turkey best selling cars ranking after the first ten 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.

Turkish domestic vehicles market in recent years suffered for a crisis in thee 2014, mainly due to economic and political reason, but since early 2015 has taken a momentum hitting the all time record both in 2015 and 2016, approaching the milestone of 1 million units, that could be outpaced finally this year. Indeed 2017 sales are almost stable while a minimum of +1% is required to hit this wall.

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 nine months of the 2017 has been the 2016 leader, the Fiat Egea with 36.647 sales (+32.6%) ahead of the Renault Megane, up 24 spots, with 32.932 units (+411%) and the Renault Clio, up 3 spots, with 28.555 sales (+36.3%).

In fourth place the Volkswagen Passat with 21.570 sales (-3.6%) followed by the Toyota Corolla with 19.002 (-19.9%), the Ford Focus with 17.585 units and the Renault Symbol with 16.667 sales (-11.8%).

In eight place the Volkswagen Polo with 16.238 (-24.5%) followed by the Hyundai i20 with 15.977 units (+0.4%) and in 10th place the Honda Civic, locally produced, with 15.758 sales, an outstanding +136%.

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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 Best Sales 2017 Variation 2017
1 1 Fiat Egea 36.647 32,6%
2 26 Renault Mégane 32.932 411,1%
3 6 Renault Clio 28.555 36,3%
4 3 Volkswagen Passat 21.570 -3,6%
5 2 Toyota Corolla 19.002 -19,9%
6 39 Ford Focus 17.585 273,0%
7 7 Renault Symbol 16.667 -11,8%
8 5 Volkswagen Polo 16.238 -24,5%
9 9 Hyundai i20 15.977 0,4%
10 23 Honda Civic 15.758 136,4%
11 12 Dacia Sandero 14.081 10,4%
12 13 Nissan Qashqai 13.270 8,6%
13 10 Volkswagen Golf 12.461 -17,1%
14 33 Opel Astra 12.453 120,9%
15 14 Dacia Duster 12.017 1,3%
16 18 Peugeot 301 11.294 24,3%
17 15 Citroen C-Elysée 9.864 -0,8%
18 8 Opel Astra sedan 9.119 -46,6%
19 20 Mercedes C Class 9.045 2,3%
20 16 Hyundai Accent 8.882 -8,2%
21 22 Volkswagen Jetta 8.612 1,0%
22 19 Seat Leon 8.154 -8,9%
23 30 Fiat Linea 7.075 19,6%
24 38 Audi A3 6.698 39,3%
25 25 Volkswagen Tiguan 6.648 2,7%
26 29 Skoda Superb 6.482 6,8%
27 17 Skoda Octavia 6.420 -29,6%
28 27 Hyundai Tucson 6.268 -0,5%
29 21 Opel Corsa 6.163 -29,5%
30 35 BMW 5 Series 5.209 0,2%
31 43 Dacia Dokker 5.206 36,9%
32 32 Mercedes E Class 5.133 -9,4%
33 193 Toyota C-HR 4.999 55444,4%
34 87 Peugeot 3008 4.887 545,6%
35 36 Opel Insignia 4.213 -18,6%
36 47 Nissan Micra 4.200 27,0%
37 37 Renault Kadjar 3.852 -23,4%
38 58 Hyundai Elantra 3.792 53,2%
39 44 Audi A4 3.773 3,3%
40 34 Seat Ibiza 3.713 -34,0%
41 24 Ford Fiesta 3.712 -43,6%
42 90 Ford Kuga 3.579 403,4%
43 28 BMW 3 Series 3.132 -50,0%
44 31 Honda CR-V 3.033 -46,9%
45 41 Kia Sportage 3.009 -30,0%
46 45 Dacia Lodgy 2.990 -14,9%
47 40 Toyota Auris 2.834 -39,6%
48 67 Suzuki Vitara 2.790 60,0%
49 62 Kia Cerato 2.734 28,7%
50 48 Toyota Yaris 2.436 -22,5%
51 50 Opel Mokka 2.379 -19,8%
52 46 BMW 1 Series 2.377 -29,3%
53 55 Nissan X-Trail 2.346 -13,3%
54 54 Renault Captur 2.324 -15,2%
55 57 Skoda Fabia 2.112 -16,9%
56 49 Peugeot 208 2.063 -32,0%
57 61 Nissan Juke 2.062 -13,6%
58 60 Kia Rio 2.055 -14,2%
59 131 Citroen C3 1.987 956,9%
60 68 Audi A6 1.986 16,6%
61 51 Dacia Logan MCV 1.903 -34,6%
62 63 Peugeot 2008 1.801 -11,5%
63 101 Audi A5 1.792 248,0%
64 65 Skoda Rapid 1.763 -7,4%
65 73 Renault Talisman 1.701 21,9%
66 52 Mercedes A Class 1.693 -40,6%
67 56 Mercedes CLA 1.561 -41,6%
68 Skoda Kodiaq 1.523
69 76 Jeep Renegade 1.513 17,9%
70 53 Hyundai i30 1.471 -47,0%
71 77 Hyundai i10 1.418 11,5%
72 59 Peugeot 308 1.215 -50,5%
73 113 Nissan Pulsar 976 161,7%
74 71 Mercedes GLA 946 -35,8%
75 66 BMW 4 Series 937 -46,9%
76 Audi Q2 884
77 75 Citroen C4 Cactus 860 -33,9%
78 110 Mercedes GLC 857 117,0%
79 94 Volvo V40 818 39,4%
80 121 Honda HR-V 817 173,2%
81 79 Ford Mondeo 816 -27,3%
82 69 BMW X1 804 -51,3%
83 80 Volvo S60 798 -24,6%
84 96 Honda Jazz 747 32,2%
85 186 Seat Ateca 712 4088,2%
86 100 Volvo XC60 663 24,6%
87 81 Fiat 500L 653 -34,2%
88 72 Mini 619 -55,8%
89 97 Subaru Forester 609 10,7%
90 142 Mazda3 519 302,3%
91 Opel Crossland X 518
92 82 Kia Cee’d 479 -51,0%
93 74 Seat Toledo 469 -65,8%
94 64 Volkswagen CC 465 -75,6%
95 116 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 451 25,6%
96 84 Peugeot 508 431 -48,9%
97 107 Volvo XC90 422 2,9%
98 95 Fiat 500x 416 -27,9%
99 118 Subaru XV 404 17,8%
100 172 Volvo S90 397 917,9%

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