Sales 2017, Italy: The miracle of Lancia

Sales in Italy in 2017 marched at a good pace, marking the fourth consecutive year of growth and recording the best figures in eight years. Fiat led the ranking to the large distance from the rest.

Las registrations of new cars in Italy reached a new record high during 2017, recording the figures highest in eight years. During the past year were sold in Italy a total of 1.988.470 million units, a figure that represents , a rise of 7.9% compared to the previous year.

this Was the fourth consecutive year on the rise and the number of sales highest recorded since the year 2009, despite the fact that in December, registrations fell 3.2% compared to the year 2016.

With respect to the manufacturers, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has managed to stay at the front, being Fiat the brand more and more in demand by the italians with a total of 402.355 units handed over to new owners, and a huge difference of the second was Volkswagen with 144.825 vehicles and Ford with a total of 134.073 units.

All the group’s brands FCA registered increases with respect to 2016, led by Maserati (+42%), Alfa Romeo (+22%), Jeep (+22%) and Fiat (+4,3%).

RANKING BRANDS 2017

  1. Fiat 402.355
  2. Volkswagen 144.825
  3. Ford 134.073
  4. Renault 133.666
  5. Peugeot 104.222
  6. Opel 98.949
  7. Toyota 85.146
  8. Citroen 78.198
  9. Audi 67.084
  10. Mercedes 65.859
  11. Nissan 62.708
  12. BMW 60.873
  13. Lancia/Chrysler 60.34
  14. Hyundai 58.917
  15. Dacia 57.981
  16. Jeep/Dodge 49.486
  17. Kia 47.935
  18. Alfa Romeo 45.328
  19. Suzuki 31.088
  20. Smart 26.661
  21. MINI 24.721
  22. Skoda 23.115
  23. Land Rover 18.673
  24. Seat 17.518
  25. Volvo 16.964
  26. Mazda 10.527
  27. Honda 9.871
  28. Porsche 5.488
  29. Jaguar 5.308
  30. Lexus 4.003
  31. Mitsubishi 3.752
  32. Subaru 3.082
  33. Maserati 2.917
  34. DS 2.651
  35. Ssangyong 2.243
  36. Infiniti 1.852
  37. Dr Motor 415
  38. Ferrari 344
  39. Mahindra 283
  40. Lamborghini 133
  41. Chevrolet 53
  42. Aston Martin 41
  43. Lada 36
  44. Great Wall 1

despite the fact that Lancia did not grow as a brand, the Italian market is the only one which still manages to survive and does so only with the model Ypsilon, that he relocated to in the second position in the ranking of the models more sold, with a total of 60.321 units, quite far from the unattainable Fiat Panda that since the first post was 145.919 units.

The podium as he completed the newcomer Fiat with 56.046 units delivered to new owners, a model that has achieved a very good acceptance by part of the Italian clients.

In regards to the crossovers, the leader has once again been a product of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: the Fiat 500X, followed by Jeep Renegade and Nissan Qashqai.

RANKING MODELS 2017

  1. Fiat Panda 145.919
  2. Lancia Ypsilon 60.321
  3. Fiat Type 56.046
  4. Fiat 500 53.960
  5. Renault Clio 52.618
  6. Citroen C3 48.625
  7. Fiat 500L 46.450
  8. Fiat 500X 45.789
  9. Volkswagen Golf 41.820
  10. Ford Fiesta 41.285
  11. Volkswagen Polo 39.498
  12. Jeep Renegade 37.632
  13. Fiat Punto 37.259
  14. Toyota Yaris 36.923
  15. Peugeot 208 36.700
  16. Nissan Qashqai 31.348
  17. Renault Capture 29.892
  18. Volkswagen Tiguan 29.161
  19. Opel Corsa 28.795
  20. Opel Mokka 28.123
  21. Dacia Sandero 27.654
  22. Dacia Duster 24.562
  23. Peugeot 2008 23.343
  24. Alfa Romeo Giulietta 20.905
  25. Hyundai Tucson 20.861
  26. Ford Ecosport 19.246
  27. Ford Kuga 18.192
  28. Smart Fortwo 18.009
  29. Kia Sportage 16.888
  30. Peugeot 3008 16.854
  31. Nissan Micra 16.851
  32. Toyota C-Hr 16.613
  33. Volkswagen Up! 16.205
  34. Hyundai I10 15.740
  35. Peugeot 308 15.404
  36. Mercedes Classe A 14.908
  37. Renault Kadjar 14.651
  38. Audi A3 14.156
  39. Ford Focus 14.133
  40. Renault Megane 14.057
  41. BMW X1 13.336
  42. Toyota Aygo 12.916
  43. Ford C-Max 12.142
  44. MINI Cooper 11.769
  45. BMW 1 Series 11.470
  46. Audi A4 11.436
  47. Audi Q2 11.042
  48. Opel Karl 10.839
  49. Renault Scenic 10.608
  50. Hyundai i20 10.475