World Best Selling Small Cars 2017. The top 25 in the 2017

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World Best Selling Small Cars in the first five months of the 2017 dominated by the Volkswagen Polo. over the Toyota Yaris and the Renault Clio. The best new entrance is the Chinese Baojun 310, landed in 18th place, just behind the Mini

During the first five months of the 2017, the global small car segments (B segment under the European segmentation) including vehicles with sedan and hatchback body stiles (compact SUVs and MPVs are not included) improved less than the total industry with 4.054 million global sales, up 2.4%.

Coming from the victory in the 2016 ranking, the market leader was again the Volkswagen Polo with 280.140 units (-5.0%) with a huge gap over all the followers.

In second place, the Toyota Yaris with 215.716 units (+7.1 %) followed by  the Renault Clio with 57.278 units (+1.2%), the Ford Fiesta, with a total of 192.862 sales (-0.3%),, the Peugeot 208 with 140.328 sales (-0.9%) and the Honda Fit with 122.522 (-11.9%) .

In seventh place the Opel Corsa with 117.250 sales (-4.9%) followed by the Hyundai i20 with 115.944 (+10.8%), the Kia Rio with 111.105 (+7.2%) and in 10th place the Citroen C3 with 101.825 units (+30.7%).

As usual we have not aggregated data of same models under different brands or same model with different names. Nice to see th Renault Sandero and the Dacia Sandero 13th and 11th with 186.000 cumulative sales, valid to be 4h.

Wishing to review the final 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 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales YTD May 2017 Sales YTD May 2016 Variation YTD 2017
1 1 Volkswagen Polo 280.140 294.884 -5,0%
2 2 Toyota Yaris 215.716 201.466 7,1%
3 3 Ford Fiesta 192.862 193.389 -0,3%
4 4 Renault Clio 173.147 175.742 -1,5%
5 5 Peugeot 208 140.318 141.597 -0,9%
6 6 Honda Fit 122.522 138.995 -11,9%
7 7 Opel Corsa 117.250 123.306 -4,9%
8 8 Hyundai i20 115.944 104.631 10,8%
9 9 Kia Rio 111.105 103.628 7,2%
10 15 Citroen C3 101.825 77.896 30,7%
11 12 Dacia Sandero 96.375 84.587 13,9%
12 11 Toyota Vios 91.231 93.803 -2,7%
13 22 Renault Sandero 90.040 54.830 64,2%
14 14 Skoda Fabia 83.274 80.400 3,6%
15 17 Maruti Swift 82.722 72.074 14,8%
16 19 Chevrolet Onix 80.239 65.195 23,1%
17 16 Mini 76.525 73.822 3,7%
18 Baojun 310 69.150
19 13 Maruti Dzire 68.805 83.017 -17,1%
20 18 Seat Ibiza 66.350 69.296 -4,3%
21 20 Suzuki Swift 64.939 62.889 3,3%
22 23 Chevrolet Sail 62.059 54.357 14,2%
23 25 Volkswagen Gol 61.379 53.779 14,1%
24 21 Honda Jazz 52.838 60.316 -12,4%
25 36 Saipa Tiba 50.938 33.647 51,4%
26 31 Nissan March 46.957 40.972 14,6%
27 32 Nissan Micra 44.542 40.862 9,0%
28 34 Peugeot 206 sedan 44.160 36.203 22,0%
29 27 Audi A1 43.628 49.504 -11,9%
30 26 Hyundai HB20 42.634 49.999 -14,7%

 

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