Analysis of the C-segment-SUV: the ten SUV best selling compact

we have Already discussed the general sales of cars in Spain in April, as well as what have been the brands and models with more registrations in the first quarter of 2018. Now is the time to see what have been the every way compact, also called C-SUV, most sold in Spain. And, remember, the segment of compact SUVS is that most growth is currently experiencing.

In the first three months of 2018 have enrolled a total of 456.279 cars in Spain, having gone a 22.4% of the sales to the category of compact SUVS with 102.415 enrolments. According to data from ANIACAM, over 55.000 cars of this segment have been marketed with motorization of gasoline, while about 47,000 customers have opted for the versions of diesel. We’re going to see which are being the top ten SUV best selling compact.

Model Dealings market Share
Model Dealings market Share
Nissan Qashqai 10.792 enrollment 2.37 %
Peugeot 3008 6.874 enrollment 1.51 %
Hyundai Tucson 6.292 enrollment 1.38 %
Kia Sportage 6.092 enrollment 1.34 %
Volkswagen Tiguan 6.005 enrollment 1.32 %
Seat Ateca 5.549 enrollment 1.22 %
Ford Kuga 4.495 enrollment 0.99 %
Toyota C-HR 4.420 enrollment 0.97 %
Renault Kadjar 4.167 enrollment 0.91 %
BMW X1 4.071 enrollment 0.89 %

The Nissan Qashqai continues, once more, as the outstanding leader of the segment, having traded 10.792 units and achieving a market share of 2,37 %. It remains, by far, the Peugeot 3008, which sum 6.874 enrollment; closing the podium for the Hyundai Tucson with its 6.292 sales. In fourth and fifth place are always defendants Kia Sportage and Volkswagen Tiguan.

Take a look at the sales of premium models in this segment compact SUV and we found a BMW X1 in the creditable tenth position in this top10, thanks to its 4.071 enrolments. Follow him, something distanced the Audi Q3 and Mercedes-Benz GLA , with 3.189 and 2.763 dealings. We also consider a premium to the Jaguar E-Pace, Alfa Romeo Stelvio and the Porsche Macan, though it is true that they have an influence far less in the market. The british have enrolled 534 units, the Italian 515 and the German 306.

Source – ANIACAM

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