Spain – January 2017: The Opel Zafira is a surprise

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Sensational result for the Opel Zafira

registrations in the Spanish market reached the 85.007 units in the first month of 2017, the highest in January since 2008. Assumes a growth of 10.5% as compared with the same period of the previous year as well which is a good thing though do not take the bells to the flight, as this January has had two months working more than the 2016.

The ranking of models we return to the usual fratricidal duel between the Seat Ibiza and the Seat Leon. The compact was the best selling car of 2016 but he has not been able to start this new year on a high because the utility has been imposed by a small margin. Will have to see how evolve the sales in the coming months, as the situations of both models are very different: the Lion has just been renewed and the Ibiza is at the end of your straight line commercial, waiting for the new generation.

Just before your facelift reaches dealerships, the Volkswagen Golf is shown to be in good shape by staying on the podium after having been a leader in December. Two standard models in the high part of the ranking, as are the Opel Corsa and the Dacia Sandero rounding out the Top 5.

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The Toyota C-HR is already in the Top 25

The big surprise of the month has starred in the Opel Zafira, that has crept into an exceptional eighth position. This allows the German model to the be able to boast of being the mpvs more popular, an appointment that is usually reserved for the Citroen C4 Picasso (28th). It is also worth mentioning the brilliant performance of the Toyota C-HR, which arrives at the 23rd place.

Among the manufacturers, Opel continues to be in good shape, and is placed in the privileged position of the table ahead of Volkswagen. While, Seat is the third position and improves a sensational 52% of its registrations in relation to January of 2016.

The best-selling brand last year in Spain, Renault, has fallen with a crash to the tenth place The reason? Probably the effort made in December to be the brand’s best-selling led him to perform many automatriculaciones and in January the dealers have resorted to that great stock already registered.

Sales model

The most cars sold in Spain are:

Ranking Model Sales jan’17
1 Seat Ibiza 2.456
2 Seat Leon 2.329
3 Volkswagen Golf 2.087
4 Opel Corsa 1.960
5 Dacia Sandero 1.923
6 Opel Astra 1.736
7 Nissan Qashqai 1.723
8 Opel Zafira 1.569
9 Toyota Auris 1.557
10 Volkswagen Polo 1.535
11 Peugeot 208 1.522
12 Audi A3 1.514
13 Peugeot 308 1.393
14 Renault Clio 1.331
15 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.313
16 Peugeot 2008 1.250
17 Opel Mokka 1.248
18 Seat Ateca 1.224
19 Citroën C3 1.147
20 Kia Sportage 1.132
21 Peugeot 3008 1.027
22 Ford Focus 1.026
23 Toyota C-HR 1.015
24 Toyota Yaris 1.015
25 BMW Series 1 976
26 Nissan Juke 941
27 Hyundai Tucson 938
28 Citroën C4 Picasso 933
29 Fiat 500 885
30 Fiat 500X 875
31 Renault Capture 852
32 Renault Megane 852
33 Mercedes A-Class 830
34 Toyota RAV4 808
35 Audi Q5 801
36 Fiat Type 771
37 Citroën C4 Cactus 770
38 BMW X1 738
39 Kia Rio 718
40 Dacia Duster 711
41 Ford Fiesta 698
42 Mercedes GLC 696
43 Kia cee’d 685
44 Mercedes GLA 674
45 Volkswagen Passat 670
46 Mini (except Countryman) 659
47 Audi Q3 642
48 Mercedes C-Class 631
49 Ford Kuga 620
50 Hyundai i30 614
51 Renault Kadjar 591
52 Audi A4 552
53 Citroën C-Elysée 544
54 Hyundai i20 525
55 Range Rover Evoque 525
56 Audi Q2 523
57 Fiat Panda 523
58 Ford C-Max 523
59 BMW Series 3 505
60 Mitsubishi ASX 482
61 Opel Insignia 478
62 Skoda Octavia 477
63 Ford Ka+ 458
64 Ford Tourneo Courier 455
65 Citroën C4 451
66 Fiat 500L 450
67 Volkswagen Touran 450
68 Skoda Fabia 445
69 Toyota Verso 442
70 Toyota Aygo 425
71 Nissan X-Trail 419
72 Nissan Micra 384
73 Kia Carens 371
74 Audi A1 360
75 BMW Series 2 A/G Tourer 351
76 Dacia Lodgy 349
77 Mazda3 348
78 Mazda CX-5 343
79 Mercedes E-Class 339
80 Nissan Pulsar 329
81 Ford Ecosport 327
82 Smart Fortwo 318
83 Kia Niro 314
84 Mazda CX-3 298
85 Suzuki Vitara 278
86 Peugeot 508 269
87 Mercedes CLA 263
88 Mercedes B-Class 260
89 Audi A6 256
90 Renault Scénic 251
91 Honda CRV 248
92 Volvo XC60 248
93 Jeep Renegade 247
94 BMW X3 244
95 Lexus NX 239
96 Seat Alhambra 221
97 Jaguar F-Pace 216
98 Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan 207
99 BMW Series 5 204
100 Smart Forfour 203

Sales by brand

The results of the manufacturers are:

Ranking Brand Sales jan’17
1 Opel 7.297
2 Volkswagen 6.628
3 Seat 6.524
4 Peugeot 5.749
5 Toyota 5.647
6 Audi 5.091
7 Citroën 4.617
8 Ford 4.526
9 Mercedes 4.279
10 Renault 4.176
11 Nissan 3.884
12 BMW 3.784
13 Fiat 3.613
14 Kia 3.593
15 Dacia 3.150
16 Hyundai 2.733
17 Skoda 1.403
18 Mazda 1.265
19 Land Rover 907
20 Mini 760
21 Mitsubishi 745
22 Honda 645
23 Volvo 604
24 Lexus 529
25 Smart 521
26 Suzuki 444
27 Jaguar 396
28 Jeep 354
29 Alfa Romeo 287
30 SsangYong 227
31 Subaru 187
32 Porsche 170
33 Infiniti 110
34 Abarth 77
35 Maserati 39
36 Lancia 14
37 Mahindra 9
38 Bentley 7
39 Ferrari 4
40 Lamborghini 3
40 Tesla 3
42 Aston Martin 2
42 Morgan 2
44 Chevrolet 1
44 Hummer 1