World Best Selling Mid Size Cars. The top in the 2017

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World Best Selling Mid Size Cars in the first five months of the 2017 grew less than the industry in total. The top 100 models ranking was again a feud of the  Toyota Camry, with a safe margin over the Volkswgen Lavida and the Honda Accord.

During the first five months of the current year, the mid-size segment (D segment under the European segmentation) grew 1.1% at 8.2 million of global sales. As confirmed by the final 2016 ranking, the segment is a feud of the Toyota Camry since 10 years.

The top models ranking this year started with a roaring Volkswagen Lavida performance and the Chinese model had temporary led the ranking in the Q1, before to be outpaced again by the Toyota Camry, actually leader with 245.000 sales (-9.6%) and a gap of 29000 over the Volkswagen Lavida, a vehicle on produced and sold just in China, sold in 220.000 units (-10.8%9,

In third place the Honda Accord, up 1 spot,  with 209.000 sales (+2.5%) overtaking the Volkswagen Passat, actually fourth with 199.000 sales (-7.7%).

In fifth place the Mercedes C Class with 152.000 units (+12.2%) followed by the Nissan Sylphy with 150.000 sales (+28.3) and the Chevrolet Malibu with 130.000 (-8.8%).

In eight place the Nissan Altima with 128.000 (-16.4%) followed by the Hyundai Sonata with 124.000 (-26.6%) and in 10th place by the BMW Series 3 with 114.016 (-6.0%).

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Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales YTD May 2017 Sales YTD May 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Toyota Camry 249.059 271.904 -8,4%
2 2 Volkswagen Lavida 220.363 243.769 -9,6%
3 4 Honda Accord 209.064 203.963 2,5%
4 3 Volkswagen Passat 199.145 215.825 -7,7%
5 9 Mercedes C Class 152.837 136.268 12,2%
6 13 Nissan Sylphy 150.314 117.291 28,2%
7 7 Chevrolet Malibu 130.253 142.864 -8,8%
8 6 Nissan Altima 128.929 154.308 -16,4%
9 5 Hyundai Sonata 124.088 168.992 -26,6%
10 12 BMW 3 Series 114.016 121.301 -6,0%
11 11 Volkswagen Santana 113.377 125.369 -9,6%
12 10 Ford Fusion 97.431 130.171 -25,2%
13 14 Audi A4 89.684 95.497 -6,1%
14 21 Volkswagen Magotan 85.704 68.210 25,6%
15 15 Ford Mondeo 73.841 82.908 -10,9%
16 18 Skoda Rapid 72.776 71.019 2,5%
17 19 Kia Optima 67.898 69.467 -2,3%
18 20 Mazda6 67.626 68.871 -1,8%
19 16 Buick Verano 62.678 74.860 -16,3%
20 17 Ford Mustang 59.735 73.347 -18,6%
21 25 Skoda Superb 58.569 57.384 2,1%
22 23 Peugeot 405 57.023 59.573 -4,3%
23 26 BMW 4 Series 54.943 56.719 -3,1%
24 32 BMW 3 Series L 53.863 42.417 27,0%
25 33 Mercedes C Class L 53.473 41.129 30,0%

 

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