World Best Selling Small Cars in 2015. Volkswagen Polo the N°1

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World Best Selling Small Cars in 2015 led by Volkswagen Polo outpacing the Ford Fiesta. Albeit the great European success the Renault Clio in third takes a wide gap from the top. Hyundai i20 is the fastest growing.

Best Selling Small Cars

Introducing this new exclusive ranking, we wish to specify the contents of this segment inside the car passenger’s market.

It is defined a “small car”  (or “sub-compact” under the American terminology) a car passenger with a length size between the 3.7 and 4.1 meters intended primarily for a use inside urban area and for low distance extra-urban travels. Under the European definition this segment is also called “B-Segment” and includes sedan and hatchback derivatives.

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.

In the table below we report the ranking of the World best-selling small cars in the 2015.

The best-selling model in the segment was the Volkswagen Polo with 694.847 units (+2.3%) taking the rule to the Ford Fiesta, now second, fallen over 22% at 554.790 units while the third was the Renault Clio with a wide gap at 436.361 units (+0.5%). Despite in Europe the Clio is very close to the leaders it is penalized by a not yet global distribution.

In fourth place the Toyota Yaris with 413.521 units (+0.0%) followed by the Honda Fit with 339.842 (-20.8%), the Nissan Rogue with 327.123 (+39.2%), the Peugeot 208 with 306.942 (-1.2%), the Kia Rio with 287.622 (-8.1%), the Opel Corsa with 284.695 (+6.4%) and in 10th place the Hyundai i20 with 274.902 (+29.1%).

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 2015 Rank 2014 Model Sales 2015 Sale 2014 2015 Var
1 2 Volkswagen Polo 694.847 679.044 2,3%
2 1 Ford Fiesta 554.790 693.422 -20,0%
3 3 Renault Clio 436.361 434.293 0,5%
4 5 Toyota Yaris 413.521 413.703 0,0%
5 4 Honda Fit 339.842 428.914 -20,8%
6 15 Nissan Rogue 327.213 235.119 39,2%
7 8 Peugeot 208 306.942 310.540 -1,2%
8 7 Kia Rio 287.622 312.864 -8,1%
9 10 Opel Corsa 284.695 267.597 6,4%
10 18 Hyundai i20 274.902 212.938 29,1%
11 12 Maruti Alto 272.096 264.588 2,8%
12 6 Chevrolet Sail 268.803 320.582 -16,2%
13 9 Ford Ecosport 244.895 274.149 -10,7%
14 19 Maruti Dzire 236.038 210.882 11,9%
15 11 Toyota Vios 227.335 267.202 -14,9%
16 26 Peugeot 2008 222.138 188.876 17,6%
17 16 Fiat 500 219.030 233.885 -6,4%
18 13 KIA PRIDE 213.234 257.705 -17,3%
19 30 Renault Captur 209.001 172.519 21,1%
20 21 Maruti Swift 206.662 202.831 1,9%
21 24 Kia Soul 196.396 192.406 2,1%
22 20 Nissan Juke 188.478 210.097 -10,3%
23 35 Skoda Fabia 186.104 158.040 17,8%
24 27 Honda N-Box 184.920 179.930 2,8%
25 33 Dacia Sandero 179.633 163.200 10,1%
26 38 Opel Mokka 177.090 150.079 18,0%
27 31 Mini 174.344 169.338 3,0%
28 22 Citroen C3 174.057 200.844 -13,3%
29 23 Suzuki Swift 171.811 192.848 -10,9%
30 45 Mazda2 168.609 130.553 29,1%
31 54 Chevrolet Trax 164.737 99.242 66,0%
32 37 Kia K2 164.114 155.331 5,7%
33 40 Toyota Sienna 163.779 147.832 10,8%
34 28 Hyundai HB20 163.674 179.713 -8,9%
35 143 Jeep Renegade 162.692 7.850 1972,5%
36 25 Renault Sandero 156.521 191.948 -18,5%
37 43 Buick Encore 155.867 138.234 12,8%
38 39 Seat Ibiza 151.180 149.243 1,3%
39 17 Fiat Palio 149.684 220.214 -32,0%
40 29 Nissan Note 149.498 176.416 -15,3%
41 14 Volkswagen Gol 144.232 243.796 -40,8%
42 41 Toyota Etios 142.529 143.530 -0,7%
43 34 Chevrolet Onix 137.308 158.583 -13,4%
44 32 Chevrolet Aveo 129.083 165.511 -22,0%
45 50 Honda Jazz 128.835 108.185 19,1%
46 51 Nissan March 118.315 108.045 9,5%
47 36 Chevrolet Sonic 116.255 156.811 -25,9%
48 42 Renault Logan 113.453 141.205 -19,7%
49 44 Fiat Punto 113.172 137.528 -17,7%
50 47 Fiat 500L 110.229 118.009 -6,6%

 

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