10 February 2018

European Car Sales By Model : 2017


You may expect European models to do well here and in that you would be correct. About 75% have brands from the region, but adding other models from elsewhere designed and built here, it becomes much more so.

The VW Golf continues its reign at the top and so comfortably so, there is no chance of that changing anytime soon. VW has three of the top ten as well, and six of the top fifty. Ford and Opel/Vauxhall have some at the top but not a lot of depth. The Asian brands start quite low except for the Nissan Qashqai and Toyota Yaris.


Rk Make Model Sales
Germany

1 VW Golf 482,543
16

2 Renault Clio 325,137


3 VW Polo 271,057
France

4 Ford Fiesta 254,059
11

5 Nissan Qashqai 248,153


6 Peugeot 208 243,872
USA

7 VW Tiguan 237,005
6

8 Opel/Vaux Corsa 231,334


9 Škoda Octavia 227,694
Europe

10 Opel/Vaux Astra 216,106
10

11 Ford Focus 212,806


12 Renault Captur 212,294
Japan

13 Citroën C3 206,661
4

14 Toyota Yaris 198,937


15 Dacia Sandero 195,291
Korea

16 Fiat 500 189,643
3

17 Fiat Panda 186,966


18 VW Passat 183,116


19 Peugeot 2,008 180,620


20 Škoda Fabia 179,167


21 Mercedes C-Class 176,587


22 Opel/Vaux Mokka 169,970


23 Peugeot 3,008 168,886


24 Renault Mégane 167,308


25 Audi A3 163,770


26 Peugeot 308 158,137


27 Hyundai Tucson 152,955


28 Ford Kuga 152,351


29 Dacia Duster 146,039


30 Audi A4 145,853


31 Seat León 145,721


32 Mercedes A-Class 143,503


33 BMW 1-Series 137,973


34 MINI Mini 136,269


35 Kia Sportage 129,786


36 BMW 3-Series 128,787


37 Mercedes E-Class 127,989


38 Fiat Tipo 125,619


39 BMW X1 119,323


40 Seat Ibiza 118,624


41 Toyota Auris 113,990


42 Renault Kadjar 112,833


43 Mercedes GLC 112,436


44 BMW 5-Series 110,038


45 VW Touran 109,204


46 Toyota C-HR 108,924


47 Renault Scénic 104,265


48 Hyundai i20 101,496


49 VW UP! 100,849


50 Citroën C4 Gr Picasso 99,467


Data source: Jato Dynamics.

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