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World Best Selling City Cars. Two Fiat’s on podium

World Best Selling City Cars Fiat-595_Abarth-2017

World Best Selling City Cars in the first two months of the 2017 with two models made in Italy in the podium, behind the leader, the Maruti Alto. Indeed Fiat Panda confirmed the second place while the Fiat 500 advanced in third.

In the first two months of the year, the city cars segment at global level grew 3.6%, in line with the entire light vehicles industry.

The exclusive top 50 models report, prepared aggregating sales from over 130 markets, confirm the 2016 leadership,with the Maruti Alto best global model with 43.165 sales (-0.5%) followed by two models made in Italy, the Fiat Panda with 38.150 units (+3.2%) and the Fiat 500, up 1 spot,  with 32.865 sales (+4.4%).

in fourth place the Hyundai Grand 110, up 4 spots with 31.083 sales (+30.9%) followed by the Chevrolet Spark with 30.946 (+5.6%), the Maruti Wagon R with 28.845 units (+5.7%) and the best new entrance, the Nissan Dayz with 27.456 units.

The Ford Ka ranked in 9th with 24.731 units (+30.1%) ahead of the another new entry, made and sold in Japan, the Daihatsu Move with 22.939 sales.

Wishing to see the 2016 global ranking, see here

F2M Mobility Database

Thanks to the powerful F2M mobility database expanded, day after day, collecting sales of over 2.400 different models in all countries in the World, we can provide any kind of segmentation including this one. On demand, we are able to extract similar data for any segment in any country or regional area.

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 YTD 2017 Sales YTD 2016 Variation YTD
1 1 Maruti Alto 43.165 43.391 -0,5%
2 2 Fiat Panda 38.150 36.966 3,2%
3 4 Fiat 500 32.865 31.484 4,4%
4 8 Hyundai Grand i10 31.083 23.743 30,9%
5 5 Chevrolet Spark 30.946 29.307 5,6%
6 6 Maruti Wagon R 28.485 26.953 5,7%
7 3 Daihatsu Tanto 28.262 33.177 -14,8%
8 Nissan Dayz 27.456
9 12 Ford KA 24.731 19.015 30,1%
10 Daihatsu Move 22.939
11 7 Volkswagen Up! 22.149 25.648 -13,6%
12 11 Kia Picanto 21.292 21.989 -3,2%
13 9 Suzuki Alto 20.614 23.510 -12,3%
14 10 Hyundai i10 19.633 22.225 -11,7%
15 24 Maruti Celerio 19.323 12.407 55,7%
16 13 Suzuki WagonR 18.853 16.674 13,1%
17 16 Suzuki Spacia 18.760 14.394 30,3%
18 14 Honda N-WGN 15.407 15.156 1,7%
19 18 Kia Morning 14.749 14.006 5,3%
20 20 Toyota Aygo 14.398 13.298 8,3%
21 19 Perodua Axia 13.540 13.540 0,0%
22 21 Smart Fortwo 13.432 13.077 2,7%
23 23 Hyundai Eon 12.969 12.602 2,9%
24 25 Renault Twingo 11.181 12.021 -7,0%
25 27 Citroen C1 11.076 10.569 4,8%
26 26 Peugeot 108 10.577 10.893 -2,9%
27 Daihatsu Mira 10.558
28 15 Daihatsu Cast 9.983 14.888 -32,9%
29 29 Daihatsu Ayla 8.637 8.637 0,0%
30 33 Toyota Agya 8.102 8.102 0,0%
31 34 Perodua Myvi 8.059 8.059 0,0%
32 31 Opel Adam 7.853 8.310 -5,5%
33 37 Suzuki Mehran 7.095 7.452 -4,8%
34 28 Volkswagen Fox/CrossFox 6.748 9.349 -27,8%
35 35 Mitsubishi eK 6.597 7.883 -16,3%
36 32 Opel Karl 6.311 8.169 -22,7%
37 38 Suzuki Celerio 6.219 6.360 -2,2%
38 36 Fiat Uno 5.434 7.650 -29,0%
39 39 Skoda Citigo 5.200 5.471 -5,0%
40 48 Volkswagen Suran 4.353 2.527 72,2%
41 22 ChangAn Benben 3.706 12.608 -70,6%
42 42 Ravon Spark R2 3.350 3.350 0,0%
43 17 Haval H1 2.918 14.343 -79,7%
44 40 Chery QQ 2.860 4.998 -42,8%
45 30 Suzuki Beidouxing 2.843 8.583 -66,9%
46 45 Seat Mii 2.780 3.125 -11,0%
47 50 Ravon Matiz R1 2.340 2.340 0,0%
48 76 Zhi Dou D2 EV 2.206 200 1003,0%
49 46 Honda N-One 2.105 3.123 -32,6%
50 54 Toyota Wigo 2.000 1.851 8,0%

 

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