05 January 2016

Ireland Top 50 Car Sales By Model : 2015


Sales were buoyant in 2015 in Ireland, so a deficit in sales was not that common. Models that actually decreased are highlighted in yellow and as you can see, it isn't that prominent a colour in the list below. Blue shows increase but less share of total sales and a fair few came under that classification. Green is those up in sales and share. Only one model in the top six actually gained market share.


Rk Model 2015 +/-

1 Volkswagen Golf 5,519 24.8%

2 Ford Focus 4,248 12.0%

3 Nissan Qashqai 4,162 9.4%

4 Škoda Octavia 3,887 37.4%

5 Toyota Corolla 3,474 15.5%

5 Ford Fiesta 3,474 11.4%

7 Hyundai iX35 3,429 30.2%

8 VW Passat Saloon 3,164 60.9%

9 Toyota Yaris 2,840 38.5%

10 Kia Sportage 2,589 33.6%

11 Ford Mondeo 2,497 149.0%

12 Toyota Auris 2,482 21.6%

13 Volkswagen Polo 2,144 20.1%

14 Opel Astra 2,099 18.7%

15 Opel Corsa 1,928 49.1%

16 Hyundai i30 1,873 17.8%

17 Renault Clio 1,857 5.0%

18 Nissan Pulsar 1,821 1739%

19 Toyota Avensis 1,819 23.7%

20 Opel Insignia 1,807 -6.1%

21 Dacia Duster 1,795 11.6%

22 Dacia Sandero 1,729 103.2%

23 Toyota RAV 4 1,719 40.8%

24 Hyundai i40 1,691 21.8%

25 Nissan Note 1,637 60.0%

26 BMW 5 Series 1,594 3.4%

27 Renault Captur 1,564 41.2%

28 Hyundai i10 1,500 92.3%

29 Hyundai i20 1,494 144.9%

30 Škoda Fabia 1,348 87.2%

31 Audi A3 1,327 30.6%

32 Volkswagen Tiguan 1,312 23.8%

33 Nissan Juke 1,295 89.1%

34 Renault Fluence 1,288 18.9%

35 Nissan Micra 1,268 21.2%

36 Audi A6 1,189 37.9%

37 Škoda Superb 1,105 -3.7%

38 Volkswagen Jetta 1,087 21.6%

39 Opel Mokka 1,058 16.1%

40 Audi A4 993 -1.7%

41 Seat Leon 906 12.1%

42 Peugeot 2008 886 72.4%

43 Renault Mégane 881 26.6%

44 Seat Ibiza 873 9.3%

45 BMW 3 Series 869 -12.8%

46 Hyundai Santa Fe 837 37.4%

47 Kia Cee'D 744 -3.1%

48 Škoda Rapid 718 -5.5%

49 Honda Civic 709 10.8%

50 Peugeot 208 680 -5.8%

Data source: BeepBeep.

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