World Best Selling City Cars. Fiat 500 celebrates the 60th anniversary in 2nd place

World Best Selling City Cars Fiat-595_Abarth-2017

World Best Selling City Cars updated at May 2017 led by the Maruti Alto ahead of two Fiat models. The Fiat 500, actually second has just celebrated the 60th anniversary as “work of modern art” and permanently displaced in MoMa Museum in New York.

In the first five months of the year, the city cars segment (vehicles registered with less than 3.6 meers) at global level grew a little 1.0% at 1.9 million units, the 5% of total light vehicles industry.

The exclusive top 25 models report, prepared aggregating sales from over 130 markets, confirms the 2016 leadership, with the Maruti Alto best global model with 110.410 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 (+6.0%), while the best new entrance was the Nissan Dayz, 10th with 65.770 units.

Th second best was the Fiat 500 with 97.424 sales (+6.1%) and in third the Fiat Panda with 95.869 (+1.3%).

Manufactured since the 4th of July 1957, the Fiat 500 has just celebrated the 60th anniversary and thanks to its unique style and unrivalled success has has been recognized as a “work of modern art” by MoMA and has been added to the museum’s permanent display. The specific model that MoMA is acquiring is the Fiat 500F series, the most popular 500 ever—known as the “Berlina” or Cinquecento—which was made from 1965 to 1972.

Wishing to see the 2016 global ranking fr this segment, see here

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Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales YTD May 2017 Sales YTD May 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Maruti Alto 110.450 104.199 6,0%
2 3 Fiat 500 97.424 91.801 6,1%
3 2 Fiat Panda 95.869 94.619 1,3%
4 4 Chevrolet Spark 78.385 89.423 -12,3%
5 8 Hyundai Grand i10 76.502 63.469 20,5%
6 6 Maruti Wagon R 72.409 70.084 3,3%
7 5 Daihatsu Tanto 69.265 77.021 -10,1%
8 10 Ford KA 67.450 55.536 21,5%
9 7 Volkswagen Up! 66.762 68.227 -2,1%
10 Nissan Dayz 65.770
11 31 Daihatsu Move 60.468 23.671 155,5%
12 14 Suzuki WagonR 56.939 43.627 30,5%
13 11 Kia Picanto 55.153 53.694 2,7%
14 13 Suzuki Alto 52.878 44.140 19,8%
15 9 Hyundai i10 50.132 59.071 -15,1%
16 22 Suzuki Spacia 49.006 35.882 36,6%
17 20 Maruti Celerio 42.944 37.424 14,7%
18 17 Toyota Aygo 40.268 39.046 3,1%
19 15 Smart Fortwo 38.396 40.242 -4,6%
20 16 Honda N-WGN 38.143 39.420 -3,2%
21 18 Perodua Axia 38.003 38.003 0,0%
22 21 Kia Morning 37.320 36.037 3,6%
23 19 Renault Twingo 36.950 37.682 -1,9%
24 Daihatsu Mira 33.157
25 27 Hyundai Eon 31.893 30.366 5,0%

 

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