That means the Volkswagen Passat and Ford Focus are no longer in the top-10, even though the latter has gained 12% despite being in increasing need of replacement. The Citroën C3 makes a surprising entry in the top-15 thanks to the new generation, which outsells the Toyota Yaris and Dacia Sandero, the latter of which is also up an impressive 25%. In the segment of small crossovers, the Peugeot 2008 (#18) has taken the lead as the Renault Captur (#23) is due for a facelift and drops even below the Opel/Vauxhall Mokka X (#22). One segment bigger, behind the two behemoths in the top-10, the Hyundai Tucson (#25) is threatened by the Peugeot 3008 (#26) with just 500 units between them. The Toyota C-HR (#34) is not far behind the Ford Kuga (#32) to become Toyota’s best selling crossover, while the Renault Kadjar (#56) loses a painful 20% to fall between the Toyota RAV4 and Seat Ateca. The BMW X1 becomes the brand’s best seller for the first time in the nameplate’s history, underscoring the growing importance of crossovers in Europe. Another point to support that fact: for the first time ever we find 10 crossovers in the top-30.
Highest ranking newcomer is obviously the C-HR at #34, followed by the Ateca at #57 and the Ford Ka+, entering the top-100 at #98. The Niro gains 46 spots to #115, closely followed by the Suzuki Ignis (#118) and the Jaguar F-Pace at #125.
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