Volkswagen-Up-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Volkswagen Up! in Europe.

The Volkswagen Up! was introduced late 2011 as a replacement to the Volkswagen Fox, which was introduced in 2005 as a replacement to the Volkswagen Lupo. An electric version named the e-Up! has been introduced at the end of 2013 to compete with the Renault Zoe.

Related models: Skoda Citigo and Seat Mii.

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2016
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2017
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2018
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2019
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2020
January 8.429 8.112 9.230 7.157 5.639
February 7.051 5.862 5.711 5.947 4.951
March 10.262 12.987 11.059 10.119 3.790
April 9.230 7.400 7.964 6.827 1.674
May 7.981 8.530 8.581 7.127 2.698
June 10.961 9.325 9.551 7.924 4.674
July 7.332 6.912 7.359 6.766 6.295
August 5.321 5.400 8.160 5.914 4.048
September 8.100 10.539 8.464 4.472
October 7.719 8.724 7.175 6.422
November 7.945 9.722 8.226 6.773
December 6.505 7.202 5.886 4.600

Volkswagen
Up!
2019 80.048
2018 97.366
2017 100.715
2016 96.836
2015 105.348
2014 124.845
2013 130.039
2012 113.827
2011 4.582

European sales of the Volkswagen e-Up! EV:

Volkswagen e-Up!

2013 1.465
2014* 5.165

* 2014 sales through October

 

See how Volkswagen Up! sales compare to the other models in the minicar segment.

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