World Best Selling Coupe. Tesla Model X landed in 7th

World Best Selling Coupe Tesla-Model_X-2017

World Best Selling Coupe in the first two months of the year has been impacted by segment decline with all top models down. The Tesla Model X is fast growing, advancing in seventh place Ford Mustang is on top.

The Sport Coupep segment, in the first two months of the 2017 has been reported at 113.000 sales at global level, with a decline of 7.6% from the correspondent period last year.

Market leader is, again an obviously in you have read the final 2016 ranking, the Ford Mustang, which in this period was sold in 19.376 units, down 18.0%.

In second place the Dodge Charger with 15.240 sales (-20.3%) ahead of the Dodge Challenger with 10.309 (-8.9%), the Chevrolet Camaro with 9.186 (-26.6%) and the Mazda MX-5, with 5.657 (+18.5%).

The raising star is in seventh place and is the new Tesla Model X, with 4.773 sales.

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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 Model Sales YTD 2017 Sales YTD 2016 Variation YTD
1 1 Ford Mustang 19.376 23.622 -18,0%
2 2 Dodge Charger 15.240 19.130 -20,3%
3 4 Dodge Challenger 10.309 11.312 -8,9%
4 3 Chevrolet Camaro 9.186 12.518 -26,6%
5 6 Mazda MX-5 5.657 4.773 18,5%
6 37 Tesla Model X 4.773 248 1823,4%
7 22 MG GT 4.418 969 355,9%
8 5 Audi TT 4.206 5.020 -16,2%
9 7 Porsche 911 4.059 4.331 -6,3%
10 8 Chevrolet Corvette 3.658 3.896 -6,1%
11 10 Toyota GT86 3.206 3.389 -5,4%
12 9 Mercedes CLS 3.192 3.802 -16,0%
13 11 Mercedes SLK 1.837 2.600 -29,4%
14 14 BMW 6 Series 1.812 1.938 -6,5%
15 12 Lexus RC 1.645 2.457 -33,1%
16 15 Jaguar F-Type 1.643 1.798 -8,6%
17 13 Porsche Boxster 1.629 2.142 -23,9%
18 16 Subaru BRZ 1.339 1.555 -13,9%
19 17 Porsche Cayman 1.283 1.404 -8,6%
20 28 Mercedes SLC 1.152 551 109,1%
21 20 Nissan 370Z 1.086 1.107 -1,9%
22 45 Fiat 124 Spider 1.079 114 846,5%
23 18 Jaguar XJ 999 1.310 -23,8%
24 21 Mercedes SL Class 987 1.027 -3,9%
25 26 Buick Cascada 944 583 61,9%

 

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