Fiat-Punto-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Fiat Punto in Europe.

These statistics include sales of the Fiat Punto, Grande Punto and Punto Evo.

Fiat
Punto
2016
Fiat
Punto
2017
Fiat
Punto
2018
Fiat
Punto
2019
Fiat
Punto
2020
January 4.692 4.737 2.810 183 2
February 5.282 3.793 2.571 105 3
March 6.264 6.581 4.334 74
April 7.896 3.239 3.331 40 1
May 6.656 4.355 3.220 22
June 6.387 6.712 3.899 17 3
July 5.596 5.496 3.758 13 2
August 2.752 2.607 2.246 19 2
September 4.339 3.091 1.501 4 2
October 4.536 3.273 1.012 7
November 4.522 3.564 534 3
December 3.732 2.240 226 5

Fiat
Punto
2020 27
2019 480
2018 29.442
2017 49.688
2016 62.654
2015 79.202
2014 86.955
2013 104.000
2012 135.235
2011 220.545
2010 267.248
2009 327.447
2008 279.134
2007 377.783
2006 401.625
2005 269.022
2004 328.603
2003 361.856
2002 418.118
2001 541.274
2000 550.639
1999 442.866
1998 560.554
1997 581.070

 

See how Fiat Punto sales compare to the other models in the subcompact segment.

Previous generations:

1994-1999

Fiat_Punto-first-generation-auto-sales-statistics-Europe

1999-2010

Fiat_Punto-second-generation-auto-sales-statistics-Europe

2006-2010 Grande Punto

Fiat_Grande_Punto-auto-sales-statistics-Europe

2009-2012 Punto Evo

Fiat_Punto_Evo-auto-sales-statistics-Europe

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.   Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.

Fiat
Punto
2016
Fiat
Punto
2017
Fiat
Punto
2018
Fiat
Punto
2019
Fiat
Punto
2020
January 4.692 4.737 2.810 183 2
February 5.282 3.793 2.571 105 3
March 6.264 6.581 4.334 74
April 7.896 3.239 3.331 40 1
May 6.656 4.355 3.220 22
June 6.387 6.712 3.899 17 3
July 5.596 5.496 3.758 13 2
August 2.752 2.607 2.246 19 2
September 4.339 3.091 1.501 4 2
October 4.536 3.273 1.012 7
November 4.522 3.564 534 3
December 3.732 2.240 226 5

Fiat
Punto
2020 27
2019 480
2018 29.442
2017 49.688
2016 62.654
2015 79.202
2014 86.955
2013 104.000
2012 135.235
2011 220.545
2010 267.248
2009 327.447
2008 279.134
2007 377.783
2006 401.625
2005 269.022
2004 328.603
2003 361.856
2002 418.118
2001 541.274
2000 550.639
1999 442.866
1998 560.554
1997 581.070
    1. Well, the Punto hasn’t really had any major redesigns since 2006…. Just a couple of facelifts, which didn’t do the model any favors. In my opinion, the original Grande Punto design with the Maserati-styled nose is still the best looking version of them all.
      On the other hand, the Opel Corsa, which is based on the same platform and has been kept alive with just a few facelifts since 2006 as well, has remained relatively stable….

  1. Fiat is a fool to let the Punto die a slow death and drop the name Punto for (yawn) yet another model using the name 500.
    Given that the poor Panda is not really a big hit outside Italy, it makes no sense to me to drop the name Punto in favour of the name Panda.

    1. They should’ve replaced the Punto a long time ago, but Sergio Marchionne decided to postpone it because his philosophy is that it doesn’t make sense to introduce a new model in times of crisis when car sales are down. Unfortunately, by now the customers have gone to other brands and may not return.
      The 500 branded models are commercially successful and profitable, so I understand this strategy. I’m no big fan of the 500L myself, especially the stretched version, but it sells like hot cakes, and so will the 500X (which I do like).

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