The Hyundai Tucson is the model that most share of the market has earned in the first quarter and is already the third compact SUV sold
car sales in Europe reached 1,74 million units during the month of march, which means a increase of 5.6% compared with the same period of 2015. Serbia (+34%), Portugal (+32%), Cyprus (+31%), Lithuania (28%) and Latvia (+26%) have been the countries that have experienced growth more remarkable.
As usual, the Volkswagen Golf has been the most popular model in the ranking of the 29 european markets more important. We are still four models of the B-segment, with the Ford Fiesta and the Opel Corsa within the podium. The Nissan Qashqai is imposed in the category of SUV, a segment that encompasses a quarter of the total sales of passenger cars.
it Is striking that none of the seven best selling models have achieved more registrations than in march of 2015. The most pronounced decreases are the Fiesta and the Corsa (-11% each), both punishable by the bad results obtained in two countries as important as Germany and the United Kingdom. The Peugeot 208 breaks this trend (+4%) although it is the Opel Astra, just behind, who boasts the highest growth (+18%) within the Top 20.
Sales by models in march
The 20 top-selling cars in Europe in the month of march are:
Month after month the Volkswagen Golf is shown to be unbeatable
First quarter of 2016
In regard to the data accumulated in the first three months of 2016, have been reached 3,93 million cars, 8.1% that in the first quarter of last year. 26 of the 29 countries analyzed by JATO Dynamics have experienced a growth in this period.
As could not be otherwise, the Volkswagen Golf continues to be the tourism most sought after with a great difference over the second classified. A domain that is maintained despite the fact that their demand has decreased 2% in comparison with the data of enrolments harvested in the first quarter of the previous year.
Ford Fiesta (-4%) remains in second place seeing as the Volkswagen Polo is about (+3%). Renault Clio and Opel Corsa rounding out the Top 5. It is worth noting the strong growth in the Skoda Fabia (+34%), the Opel Astra (+30%) and the Fiat Panda (+22%) being the case of the Italian model especially eye-catching for its long experience.
These are the models that have most increased their market share in each segment
Sales by models in 2016 (January – march)
cars most popular on the european market are:
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