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 nine months of the 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 nine 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 930.000 units (-5.5%).

Hitting a record month after month, the Ford F-Series advances in second place with 797.000 sales, up 9.5% 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 6.9% of volume and been outpaced by the American rival, the Volkswagen Golf ranks third with 717.000 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 6 spots at 618.000 units (+25.2%) ahead of the Toyota RAV4 up 2 spots with 607.000 units (+13.7%) few units over the archirival, the Honda CR-V, actually sixth with 577.000 units (+1.7%).

In seventh place the booming SUV Volkswagen Tiguan, first time within the top 10 and up 15 spots with 507.000 units (+40.3%) overtaking in the last month the Volkswagen Polo, penalized by the rump up of new generation and actually 8th with 503.000 units (-4.9%) followed by the Ford Focus, down 3 spots, with 501.000 units (-8.3%) and in 10th place by the Toyota Camry, leader of the mid-size segment, with 482.000 units (-2.9%).

Just one new nameplates entered in the Top 100, the Toyota C-HR, 58th with 211.000 sales and the Baojun 510, 61st with 209.000 units.

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 Best Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Variation 2017
1 1 Toyota Corolla 930.347 992.310 -6,2%
2 3 Ford F-Series 797.899 728.513 9,5%
3 2 Volkswagen Golf 664.086 712.769 -6,8%
4 10 Honda Civic 612.316 488.981 25,2%
5 7 Toyota RAV4 608.211 534.430 13,8%
6 4 Honda CR-V 577.786 568.253 1,7%
7 22 Volkswagen Tiguan 508.300 361.959 40,4%
8 8 Volkswagen Polo 502.830 530.006 -5,1%
9 6 Ford Focus 497.942 543.737 -8,4%
10 9 Toyota Camry 482.396 496.498 -2,8%
11 11 Chevrolet Silverado 476.323 474.558 0,4%
12 15 Ram pick-up 456.868 430.808 6,0%
13 12 Hyundai Tucson 446.859 473.854 -5,7%
14 5 Hyundai Elantra 418.780 563.975 -25,7%
15 13 Volkswagen Jetta 410.238 466.982 -12,2%
16 17 Honda Accord 399.346 395.108 1,1%
17 16 Volkswagen Lavida 385.388 409.802 -6,0%
18 25 Nissan Qashqai 376.941 330.039 14,2%
19 14 Wuling Hongguang 369.906 438.630 -15,7%
20 19 Toyota Hilux 362.768 385.965 -6,0%
21 20 Volkswagen Passat 351.861 383.337 -8,2%
22 21 Haval H6 348.302 373.314 -6,7%
23 36 Nissan Rogue 332.239 274.124 21,2%
24 18 Kia Sportage 319.039 386.617 -17,5%
25 203 Buick Excelle 310.849 97.960 217,3%
26 28 Nissan X-Trail 310.748 305.579 1,7%
27 23 Ford Fiesta 309.018 353.047 -12,5%
28 26 Skoda Octavia 301.786 329.932 -8,5%
29 29 Renault Clio 301.326 302.047 -0,2%
30 37 Mazda CX-5 300.063 270.679 10,9%
31 27 Mazda3 295.841 320.845 -7,8%
32 32 Toyota Yaris 287.372 287.462 0,0%
33 47 Nissan Sylphy 286.717 244.959 17,0%
34 34 Ford Escape 286.685 282.163 1,6%
35 39 Mercedes C Class 278.672 267.331 4,2%
36 73 Chevrolet Equinox 270.318 197.833 36,6%
37 50 GAC Trumpchi GS4 265.413 238.979 11,1%
38 24 Chevrolet Cruze 259.796 342.388 -24,1%
39 51 Honda HR-V 256.239 235.045 9,0%
40 42 Chevrolet Malibu 255.547 262.252 -2,6%
41 62 Toyota Highlander 254.377 210.819 20,7%
42 53 Ford Explorer 240.806 230.406 4,5%
43 40 Audi A3 239.391 265.307 -9,8%
44 63 Jeep Grand Cherokee 236.543 208.721 13,3%
45 46 Volkswagen Sagitar 235.885 251.672 -6,3%
46 48 Nissan Sentra 234.691 244.234 -3,9%
47 44 Honda Fit 232.465 255.513 -9,0%
48 49 Peugeot 208 232.015 243.606 -4,8%
49 30 Toyota Prius 228.146 290.651 -21,5%
50 166 Mercedes GLC 224.058 111.761 100,5%
51 60 Ford Edge 218.332 212.840 2,6%
52 31 Hyundai Sonata 217.875 290.019 -24,9%
53 41 Nissan Altima 217.116 262.710 -17,4%
54 1.901 Toyota C-HR 212.500 41
55 75 Hyundai i20 211.854 195.240 8,5%
56 65 Kia Rio 211.718 206.924 2,3%
57 64 Jeep Renegade 211.549 207.063 2,2%
58 43 Hyundai Santa fe 210.930 256.227 -17,7%
59 57 Isuzu D-Max 210.080 223.346 -5,9%
60 Baojun 510 209.914
61 35 Jeep Cherokee 209.632 277.840 -24,5%
62 61 GMC Sierra 208.776 211.960 -1,5%
63 76 Subaru Forester 206.758 195.087 6,0%
64 74 Honda City 203.743 195.900 4,0%
65 80 Buick Envision 203.125 187.275 8,5%
66 58 Volkswagen Santana 202.628 222.256 -8,8%
67 45 Ford Transit 202.552 253.631 -20,1%
68 92 Mercedes E Class 201.773 167.890 20,2%
69 56 BMW 3 Series 200.540 225.208 -11,0%
70 77 Maruti Alto 199.288 191.084 4,3%
71 59 Opel Corsa 199.279 221.298 -10,0%
72 66 Kia Sorento 196.888 205.931 -4,4%
73 81 Wuling Mini Truck 195.850 183.007 7,0%
74 69 Ford Kuga 194.296 201.022 -3,3%
75 354 Geely Boyue 193.936 53.522 262,3%
76 68 Opel Astra 193.774 202.332 -4,2%
77 174 Jeep Compass 191.896 109.539 75,2%
78 67 Ford Escort 191.716 203.771 -5,9%
79 144 Mitsubishi Outlander 190.733 120.729 58,0%
80 89 Renault Captur 189.043 172.965 9,3%
81 90 Ford Ranger 188.199 172.868 8,9%
82 87 Saipa Pride/ 100-Series 184.868 174.098 6,2%
83 52 Baojun 730 184.710 232.626 -20,6%
84 78 Ford Ecosport 184.471 190.901 -3,4%
85 98 Dacia Sandero 181.649 157.799 15,1%
86 95 Geely Emgrand EC7 181.347 161.838 12,1%
87 82 Jeep Wrangler 180.001 182.933 -1,6%
88 72 Nissan Versa 179.996 198.115 -9,1%
89 125 Citroen C3 176.986 128.957 37,2%
90 104 Volkswagen Bora 176.846 144.603 22,3%
91 96 Subaru Outback 175.897 160.509 9,6%
92 157 Subaru Impreza 174.876 115.449 51,5%
93 54 Ford Fusion 173.808 229.933 -24,4%
94 152 Renault Sandero 172.471 118.582 45,4%
95 86 Peugeot 2008 170.408 175.935 -3,1%
96 79 Foton Light Truck 168.949 187.874 -10,1%
97 215 Hyundai Creta 167.521 92.740 80,6%
98 84 Audi A4 166.529 181.315 -8,2%
99 106 ChangAn CS75 166.385 143.438 16,0%
100 93 Toyota Vios 166.125 166.107 0,0%

 

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