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World Best Selling Mid Size Cars. Volkswagen Lavida starts 2017 on top

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World Best Selling Mid Size Cars in the first two months of the 2017 with a new leader, the made in China Volkswagen Lavida, at least temporary breaking the ten years leadership of the Toyota Camry

During the first two months of the current year, the mid-size segment (D segment under the European segmentation) declined 3.7% at 1.51 million of global sales.

As confirmed by the final 2016 ranking, the segment is a feud of the Toyota Camry since 10 years.

However, the start of the 2017 propose a surprise as on top of the list the name changed and is that of the Volkswagen Lavida a vehicle on produced and sold just in China, sold in 81.853 units (-10.8%9, new temporary leader ahead of the Toyota Camry, second with 87.116 (-12.8%) and the Volkswagen Passat with 78.965 sales (-6.2%).

In fourth place the Honda Accord advanced in second place with 68.543 sales (+11.0%) followed by the Buick Excelle Gt up 2 spots with 65.025 (+18.5%), the Mercedes C Class with 54.478 units (+15.0%) and the Nissan Sylphy with 52.270 sales (+123%).

In eight place the Nissan Altima with 49.824 (-9.9%) followed by the Volkswagen Santana with 49.299 (-10.1%) and in 10th place by the Chevrolet Malibu with43.943 (-5.4%).

Wishing to review the 2016 Ranking see here

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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 2016 Rank 2015 Best Sales 2016 Sales 2015 Variation 2016
1 1 Toyota Camry 659.260 746.794 -11,7%
2 3 Honda Accord 550.520 546.597 0,7%
3 4 Volkswagen Lavida 546.809 472.841 15,6%
4 2 Volkswagen Passat 526.572 580.137 -9,2%
5 5 Hyundai Sonata 382.672 450.151 -15,0%
6 8 Nissan Sylphy 375.185 344.386 8,9%
7 12 Buick Excelle GT 373.307 290.213 28,6%
8 11 Chevrolet Malibu 364.610 314.763 15,8%
9 6 Mercedes C Class 359.760 378.078 -4,8%
10 7 Nissan Altima 334.101 363.624 -8,1%
11 13 Volkswagen Santana 309.523 276.209 12,1%
12 10 BMW 3 Series 297.650 330.151 -9,8%
13 9 Ford Fusion 292.023 332.905 -12,3%
14 16 Audi A4 229.751 194.942 17,9%
15 37 Buick Verano 211.584 88.138 140,1%
16 15 Ford Mondeo 193.694 214.464 -9,7%
17 18 Skoda Rapid 184.137 176.588 4,3%
18 14 Mazda6 179.136 217.970 -17,8%
19 17 Kia Optima 166.457 193.390 -13,9%
20 19 Volkswagen Magotan 165.044 155.507 6,1%
21 20 Hyundai Mistra 149.291 154.603 -3,4%
22 22 Ford Mustang 144.367 145.432 -0,7%
23 23 Mercedes CLA 141.602 135.723 4,3%
24 33 Volkswagen Lamando 139.332 104.214 33,7%
25 30 PEUGEOT 405 137.748 115.355 19,4%
26 38 Skoda Superb 136.247 87.162 56,3%
27 21 BMW 4 Series 133.811 147.087 -9,0%
28 27 Lexus ES 123.774 124.557 -0,6%
29 40 Mercedes C Class L 108.109 85.080 27,1%
30 25 Buick LaCrosse 107.100 128.146 -16,4%
31 26 Nissan Teana 105.784 126.380 -16,3%
32 31 Audi A4L 105.682 115.149 -8,2%
33 29 Peugeot 408 105.605 116.353 -9,2%
34 32 Dodge Charger 104.540 110.254 -5,2%
35 35 BMW 3 Series L 98.945 98.600 0,3%
36 63 Nissan Lannia 98.093 27.844 252,3%
37 28 Honda Crider 97.871 116.759 -16,2%
38 34 Opel Insignia 95.847 101.670 -5,7%
39 24 Buick Regal 91.799 131.318 -30,1%
40 39 Subaru Legacy 87.705 85.501 2,6%
41 36 Kia K5 83.842 96.937 -13,5%
42 41 Chevrolet Camaro 79.368 83.089 -4,5%
43 42 Audi A5 72.217 79.856 -9,6%
44 43 Dodge Challenger 69.319 71.533 -3,1%
45 48 Geely King Kong 59.340 57.387 3,4%
46 47 Infiniti Q50 58.303 57.625 1,2%
47 44 Toyota Avalon 55.731 70.467 -20,9%
48 71 Kia K7 52.533 20.900 151,4%
49 51 Tesla Model S 50.910 47.945 6,2%
50 Samsung SM6 50.904

 

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