World Best Selling Car. The Top 100 Models in the 2017

World Best Selling Car Honda-CR-V-2017

World Best Selling Car ranking in the first half 2017 reports the global success of SUVs models with Honda CR-V, Toyota Rav4 and Volkswagen Tiguan escalating positions on top. The Ford F-Series outpaced the VW Golf in second.

The Top 100 Ranking

In the first sixth months of the 2017 the global vehicles market kept growing at a near 4 percent speed and the fastest growing segment was again the SUV, with almost 75% of new vehicles launched in China -actually the 30% of global sales – included in this category. This is reflected in the best-selling cars ranking.

Indeed, the growth of SUVs models is clear compared with the final 2016 and even more towards the correspondent period last year, as shown in our table below.

Anyhow, the top-selling model is still the traditional compact Toyota Corolla, sold in 615.000 units.

Hitting a record month after month, the Ford F-Series advances in second place with 519.000 sales, up 8.5% and is candidate to be the fourth vehicles in the history to sell more than 1 million units in  a calendar year, after Corolla, Focus and Golf.

Losing 10.4% of volume and been outpaced by the American rival, the Volkswagen Golf ranks third with 443.000 sales.

A great battle is in place for the fourth place, with the Honda Civic benefit from the launch in Europe and Middle East actually on sales all over the World jumps up 7 spots at 393.000 units (+26.5%) ahead of the Toyota RAV4 up 3 spots with 381.000 units (+9.9%) few units over the archirival, the Honda CR-V, actually sixth with 380.000 units (+4.3%).

In seventh place the Volkswagen Polo with 346.000 units (-4.1%) followed by the Ford Focus, down 4 spots, with 342.000 units (-8.1%), the booming SUV Volkswagen Tiguan, first time within the top 10 and up 14 spots with 340.000 units (+45.4%) and in 10th place the Ram Pick up, fist time ever in the top 10, with 309.000 units (+9.9%).

Just one new nameplates entered in the Top 100, the Toyota C-HR, 65th with 116.000 sales.

Data Source

This report is done utilizing data extracted from our GAD (Global Auto Database) the wider Auto Sales Database actually existing in the World, with sales data by region/area/country broken down by type/size/body-style/brand/model from January 2010 to lats month. Data are collected by over 300 sources, including all the official providers (local Minister of Transportations or Associations of car Manufacturers).

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Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding 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 I Half 2017 Sales I Half 2016 Variation I Half 2017
1 1 Toyota Corolla 615.388 654.849 -0,06
2 3 Ford F-Series 519.583 478.733 8,5%
3 2 Volkswagen Golf 443.011 494.339 -10,4%
4 11 Honda Civic 393.731 311.372 26,5%
5 9 Toyota RAV4 381.845 347.398 9,9%
6 5 Honda CR-V 380.372 364.781 4,3%
7 7 Volkswagen Polo 346.567 361.265 -4,1%
8 4 Ford Focus 342.520 373.064 -8,2%
9 23 Volkswagen Tiguan 340.607 234.184 45,4%
10 17 Ram pick-up 309.082 281.269 9,9%
11 10 Toyota Camry 305.349 329.426 -7,3%
12 13 Chevrolet Silverado 297.732 306.122 -2,7%
13 12 Hyundai Tucson 286.185 310.828 -7,9%
14 8 Hyundai Elantra 277.144 357.762 -22,5%
15 15 Wuling Hongguang 260.992 294.313 -11,3%
16 14 Volkswagen Jetta 260.613 298.668 -12,7%
17 20 Honda Accord 258.938 249.515 3,8%
18 16 Volkswagen Lavida 255.786 287.354 -11,0%
19 27 Nissan Qashqai 253.838 221.309 14,7%
20 19 Volkswagen Passat 240.112 259.899 -7,6%
21 22 Ford Fiesta 230.835 238.060 -3,0%
22 21 Haval H6 226.938 240.288 -5,6%
23 47 Nissan Rogue 219.318 169.160 29,7%
24 28 Renault Clio 219.135 218.444 0,3%
25 26 Toyota Hilux 217.335 221.515 -1,9%
26 18 Kia Sportage 216.150 266.714 -19,0%
27 30 Nissan X-Trail 203.890 203.662 0,1%
28 25 Skoda Octavia 203.088 223.915 -9,3%
29 148 Buick Excelle 199.712 79.854 150,1%
30 33 Toyota Yaris 199.559 193.500 3,1%
31 29 Mazda3 196.848 215.214 -8,5%
32 39 Mazda CX-5 195.138 175.590 11,1%
33 42 Mercedes C Class 191.053 172.553 10,7%
34 36 Ford Escape 190.289 183.813 3,5%
35 56 Nissan Sylphy 184.111 151.594 21,5%
36 59 GAC Trumpchi GS4 180.753 150.795 19,9%
37 24 Chevrolet Cruze 176.970 225.694 -21,6%
38 52 Honda HR-V 172.406 157.174 9,7%
39 67 Chevrolet Equinox 168.803 137.840 22,5%
40 66 Toyota Highlander 165.328 138.847 19,1%
41 53 Ford Explorer 163.567 156.592 4,5%
42 38 Audi A3 163.263 181.684 -10,1%
43 45 Peugeot 208 161.951 170.755 -5,2%
44 44 Nissan Sentra 161.527 172.239 -6,2%
45 35 Nissan Altima 158.484 187.371 -15,4%
46 32 Toyota Prius 155.241 196.521 -21,0%
47 64 Jeep Grand Cherokee 154.031 139.532 10,4%
48 Toyota C-HR 153.675 29
49 43 Chevrolet Malibu 153.597 172.329 -10,9%
50 63 Ford Edge 149.797 140.731 6,4%
51 37 Jeep Cherokee 149.476 182.197 -18,0%
52 48 Honda Fit 148.553 168.421 -11,8%
53 31 Hyundai Sonata 148.336 196.922 -24,7%
54 70 Jeep Renegade 145.264 133.981 8,4%
55 169 Mercedes GLC 145.178 74.506 94,9%
56 57 Isuzu D-Max 144.950 151.405 -4,3%
57 86 Buick Envision 144.835 117.463 23,3%
58 65 Opel Astra 144.274 139.024 3,8%
59 54 Opel Corsa 143.516 155.647 -7,8%
60 41 Ford Transit 142.923 173.120 -17,4%
61 76 Hyundai i20 142.311 127.819 11,3%
62 77 Foton Light Truck 141.949 126.856 11,9%
63 46 Volkswagen Sagitar 140.936 170.426 -17,3%
64 88 Wuling Mini-truck 139.641 115.546 20,9%
65 60 BMW 3 Series 139.290 149.788 -7,0%
66 50 Hyundai Santa fe 138.167 164.941 -16,2%
67 79 Subaru Forester 137.651 123.474 11,5%
68 75 Honda City 136.926 127.932 7,0%
69 99 Mercedes E Class 136.640 105.793 29,2%
70 69 Kia Rio 135.737 134.185 1,2%
71 68 GMC Sierra 134.154 137.825 -2,7%
72 83 Renault Captur 132.059 121.461 8,7%
73 61 Baojun 730 130.923 144.095 -9,1%
74 55 Volkswagen Santana 129.765 151.779 -14,5%
75 110 Citroen C3 128.591 94.370 36,3%
76 71 Ford Kuga 128.501 133.628 -3,8%
77 84 Maruti Alto 125.939 120.582 4,4%
78 154 Mitsubishi Outlander 125.678 78.298 60,5%
79 82 Peugeot 2008 125.086 122.821 1,8%
80 62 Kia Sorento 125.021 142.744 -12,4%
81 95 Ford Ranger 124.956 110.353 13,2%
82 534 Geely Boyue 124.432 19.211 547,7%
83 74 Ford Escort 123.348 128.107 -3,7%
84 100 Dacia Sandero 123.229 104.904 17,5%
85 187 Renault Sandero 122.430 70.214 74,4%
86 80 Ford Ecosport 121.502 123.369 -1,5%
87 93 Toyota Vios 120.171 112.464 6,9%
88 73 Nissan Versa 120.062 130.344 -7,9%
89 153 Subaru Impreza 119.481 78.583 52,0%
90 81 Jeep Wrangler 119.222 123.307 -3,3%
91 51 Ford Fusion 117.241 160.038 -26,7%
92 96 Geely EC7 117.133 107.973 8,5%
93 177 Haval H2 116.525 72.343 61,1%
94 91 Fiat Panda 113.756 113.239 0,5%
95 145 Volkswagen Bora 113.609 81.330 39,7%
96 92 Fiat 500 113.506 112.853 0,6%
97 85 Audi A4 113.445 119.776 -5,3%
98 102 Subaru Outback 110.365 100.144 10,2%
99 164 Jeep Compass 110.133 75.280 46,3%
100 97 Skoda Fabia 109.901 107.308 2,4%

 

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