27 January 2015

Top 50 Models Brazil : 2014

I was surprised to see that this is a Fiat

With Fiat having three cars in the top 5 and four in the top 8 shows how important Brazil is for FCA. It is the top selling make. GM is next and Chevrolets are plentiful on the list. VW has fallen from 21.2% to 17.3% in two years, so has lost more than average. It is the third best brand. Ford and Renault follow.

Only sold in selected South American countries

In 6th is Huyndai. The Hyundai HB20 is a car that is exclusively made and for Brazil. It is based on the RB Hyundai Accent version. It is made to a price like many cars in this nation. HB stands for hatchback and at number 15 is the sedan version. They seem to split models up into variants like that for Brazil.


1 Fiat Palio 184,337

2 Volkswagen Gol 183,368

3 Fiat Strada 153,132

4 Chevrolet Onix 150,841

5 Fiat Uno 122,241

6 Hyundai HB20 119,787

7 Ford Fiesta 108,394

8 Fiat Siena 106,973

9 Volkswagen Fox/CrossFox 101,340

10 Renault Sandero 95,381

11 Chevrolet Prisma 88,377

12 Volkswagen Saveiro 83,028

13 Volkswagen Voyage 75,140

14 Toyota Corolla 63,295

15 Hyundai HB20S 59,937

16 Volkswagen Up 58,894

17 Ford EcoSport 54,262

18 Honda Fit 53,697

19 Honda Civic 52,264

20 Chevrolet S10 50,814

21 Renault Duster 48,874

22 Chevrolet Classic 48,500

23 Chevrolet Cobalt 47,059

24 Renault Logan 46,456

25 Ford Ka 43,838

26 Toyota Hilux 43,307

27 Chevrolet Celta 42,654

28 Toyota Etios Hatch 38,813

29 Chevrolet Spin 36,796

30 Chevrolet Montana 35,735

31 Citroën C3 28,744

32 Toyota Etios Sedan 27,606

33 Honda City 24,730

34 Nissan March 24,652

35 Fiat Punto 24,649

36 Chevrolet Cruze Sedan 24,507

37 Ford Ranger 24,136

38 Fiat Fiorino 23,823

39 Peugeot 208 23,522

40 Ford Focus 21,861

41 Mitsubishi L200 20,569

42 Renault Clio 20,301

43 Hyundai Tucson 18,177

44 Volkswagen Amarok 17,850

45 Chevrolet Cruze Hatch 17,050

46 Fiat Idea 16,776

47 Volkswagen Golf 16,105

48 Nissan Versa 15,400

49 Hyundai ix35 15,316

50 Mitsubishi Pajero 14,747

Data source: Quatrorodas.

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