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European car sales analysis January 2019 – models

Volkswagen_T_Roc-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeAfter looking at the January 2019 brand sales ranking, let’s take a closer look at which models were moving up the charts. As happened last in July 2018, Volkswagen takes the top two positions with the Golf (down 22,8%) and the Polo (up 9,1%), with the Renault Clio down to third place after three consecutive months (and the full year 2018) in second place. The Clio is down 8,9% as the next generation will arrive in showrooms this year. In fourth place we find the Toyota Yaris, equaling its personal best position also scored in September 2018. Since its launch in 2013, the current generation Yaris has consistently improved its sales every year, an impressive performance even though it’s still below the peak of the nameplate’s sales in 2007. The Volkswagen Tiguan is in fifth place, down 13,1% with the Ford Focus in sixth place for the second consecutive month, thanks to the new generation. The Fiat Panda makes a surprise return to the top-8 thanks to sales up 21,5% with all of the growth coming from its home market Italy which accounted for 81% of Panda sales in January. That leaves the Peugeot 208 down into 9th place, just ahead of its stablemate Citroën C3

With the Peugeot 3008 in 11th place we find the Ford Fiesta uncharacteristically at the bottom end of the top-12 with sales down 32,8%. The last time the Fiesta was ranked this low was August 2018. The Volkswagen T-Roc sets a new monthly volume record and claims the top spot among small crossovers and is 13th overall, just ahead of the Dacia Sandero which continues to perform well. The Nissan Qashqai is still struggling with WLTP standards and is down 18%. The Dacia Duster (#17, +9,5%) outsells the Renault Captur (#19, -7,6%) and the Mercedes-Benz A-Class (#18, +38,5%) is the brand’s best seller for the fifth consecutive month after being behind the C-Class (#20, +1,7%) consistently since August 2014. The Toyota C-HR (#22, +11,1%) breaks its monthly volume record and is closing in on the Peugeot 2008 (#21, -12,1%) and the Opel/Vauxhall Astra (#24, – 8,2%) falls behind the Peugeot 308 (#23, -2,3%).

The Skoda Fabia (#28) is one of the big losers in the top-30 with sales down 26,9%, and the Volkswagen Passat (#34, -40,9%) also loses a significant chunk of its volume, as do most non-luxury midsized cars. That makes the C-Class the top selling midsized car in Europe for the third time in the last 12 months, after November and March 2018. Besides the T-Roc, other big winners in the top-40 are the Ford Ecosport (#31, +144,4%) and the BMW X3 (#43, +143,9%). The EcoSport becomes Ford’s best selling crossover ahead of the Kuga (#32, -21%), but its improvement can’t fully make up for lost sales by the Fiesta. The X3 is closing in on the Mercedes-Benz GLC (#36, -14,8%) for the top spot in that segment, although we should combine X4 sales (#147, +100%) with those of the X3, since Mercedes doesn’t split sales of the GLC and GLC Coupe. In that case, BMW already is ahead of its rival in this class. The Opel/Vauxhall Mokka (#39, -40%) continues to struggle as PSA favours the Crossland X (#35, +10,3%) which is an in-house developed model instead of one they have to buy from General Motors. The Audi A6 (#46, +12,8%) starts the year ahead of the smaller A4 (#49, -35,8%), but more importantly ahead of its rival BMW 5-series (#64, -34,3%) and that’s even before the Avant station wagon becomes available in the new generation. The BMW 1-series is down 31,3% into 48th place as the model is nearing the end of its life cycle and the end of its rear-wheel drive era. At #70 we see a big surge by the Volkswagen Transporter/Multivan, which is a result of a stop-sale in the first two months of 2018. Almost 58% of Transporter sales this month are in Germany, but the model ranks highest in Switzerland with a #3 spot thanks to nearly 500 sales. The Renault Zoe continues to improve with sales more than doubling, moving it to #107 ahead of the Nissan Leaf, up 472% to #119.

Best selling newcomer (<12 months) is the Citroën C5 Aircross (#118), which has finally started customer deliveries. It is followed by the Peugeot Rifter (#122), the Jaguar I-Pace (#220), Alpine A110 (#228) and Lexus ES (#231). We also notice record volume for the Hyundai Kona (#45, +64,4%), Kia Niro (#91, +35.3% and helped by the electric version), DS7 Crossback (#142, +989,6%), Toyota Proace Verso (#181, +41,3% and ahead of its sibling Citroën Spacetourer at #183), Lexus ES (#231) and Rolls Royce Cullinan (#306).

January 2019 models ranking

  Model Jan-19 Jan-18 change Jan-18 rank
1 Volkswagen Golf 33.043 42.801 -22,8% 1
2 Volkswagen Polo 24.901 22.819 9,1% 5
3 Renault Clio 22.596 24.791 -8,9% 3
4 Toyota Yaris 20.033 19.477 2,9% 9
5 Volkswagen Tiguan 19.845 22.841 -13,1% 4
6 Ford Focus 18.449 18.057 2,2% 11
7 Skoda Octavia 18.414 20.744 -11,2% 7
8 Fiat Panda 18.011 14.828 21,5% 18
9 Peugeot 208 17.916 21.183 -15,4% 6
10 Citroën C3 17.630 18.322 -3,8% 10
11 Peugeot 3008 17.563 17.071 2,9% 12
12 Ford Fiesta 17.504 26.032 -32,8% 2
13 Volkswagen T-Roc 17.240 6.625 160,2% 63
14 Dacia Sandero 17.217 16.070 7,1% 13
15 Nissan Qashqai 16.834 20.524 -18,0% 8
16 Opel/Vauxhall Corsa 16.829 15.591 7,9% 14
17 Dacia Duster 16.383 14.962 9,5% 16
18 Mercedes-Benz A-Class 14.167 10.230 38,5% 38
19 Renault Captur 13.287 14.373 -7,6% 21
20 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 13.084 12.868 1,7% 24
21 Peugeot 2008 13.035 14.829 -12,1% 17
22 Toyota C-HR 13.027 11.727 11,1% 30
23 Peugeot 308 12.487 12.781 -2,3% 25
24 Opel/Vauxhall Astra 12.450 13.558 -8,2% 23
25 Fiat 500 11.404 14.470 -21,2% 20
26 Audi A3 / S3 / RS3 11.007 12.589 -12,6% 27
27 Hyundai Tucson 10.884 11.749 -7,4% 29
28 Skoda Fabia 10.678 14.605 -26,9% 19
29 Citroën C3 Aircross 10.299 7.497 37,4% 52
30 Kia Sportage 10.019 10.247 -2,2% 37
31 Ford Ecosport 9.973 4.080 144,4% 107
32 Ford Kuga 9.969 12.623 -21,0% 26
33 Seat Leon 9.515 10.676 -10,9% 33
34 Volkswagen Passat 9.029 15.278 -40,9% 15
35 Opel/Vauxhall Crossland X 8.897 8.069 10,3% 47
36 Mercedes-Benz GLC 8.878 10.426 -14,8% 34
37 Mini 8.734 8.256 5,8% 46
38 Toyota Aygo 8.464 7.073 19,7% 55
39 Opel/Vauxhall Mokka 8.144 13.584 -40,0% 22
40 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 8.120 9.909 -18,1% 39
41 BMW X1 8.110 9.248 -12,3% 41
42 Seat Arona 7.945 4.589 73,1% 97
43 BMW X3 7.874 3.228 143,9% 118
44 Seat Ibiza 7.807 9.175 -14,9% 43
45 Hyundai Kona 7.784 4.734 64,4% 90
46 Audi A6 / S6 / RS6 / Allroad 7.725 6.849 12,8% 60
47 Renault Megane 7.698 10.311 -25,3% 36
48 BMW 1-series 7.668 11.156 -31,3% 31
49 Audi A4 / S4 / RS4 7.608 11.857 -35,8% 28
50 Kia Ceed 7.356 5.658 30,0% 77
51 Renault Kadjar 7.308 8.067 -9,4% 48
52 Volkswagen Touran 7.168 7.981 -10,2% 49
53 Volkswagen Up! 7.157 9.230 -22,5% 42
54 Skoda Karoq 7.118 3.560 99,9% 113
55 Toyota Auris 7.025 10.366 -32,2% 35
56 BMW 3-series 6.872 7.955 -13,6% 50
57 Volvo XC60 6.861 6.411 7,0% 67
58 Kia Picanto 6.689 5.878 13,8% 71
59 Fiat 500X 6.663 9.165 -27,3% 44
60 Audi Q2 6.657 7.168 -7,1% 54
61 Lancia Ypsilon 6.613 4.276 54,7% 102
62 Hyundai i20 6.603 7.016 -5,9% 57
63 Renault Twingo 6.559 5.811 12,9% 73
64 BMW 5-series 6.507 9.899 -34,3% 40
65 Peugeot 5008 6.423 7.552 -14,9% 51
66 Opel/Vauxhall Grandland X 6.269 5.432 15,4% 82
67 Seat Ateca 6.189 5.619 10,1% 78
68 Skoda Kodiaq 6.116 6.608 -7,4% 64
69 Hyundai i30 6.046 6.970 -13,3% 58
70 Volkswagen Transporter / Multivan 6.040 1.642 267,8% 170
71 Suzuki Vitara 5.992 6.269 -4,4% 69
72 Mazda CX-3 5.846 4.678 25,0% 93
73 Mercedes-Benz GLA 5.790 5.556 4,2% 80
74 Hyundai i10 5.757 6.669 -13,7% 62
75 Toyota RAV4 5.657 6.825 -17,1% 61
76 Fiat Tipo 5.600 10.883 -48,5% 32
77 Skoda Superb 5.580 7.041 -20,7% 56
78 Renault (Grand) Scenic 5.465 6.580 -16,9% 65
79 Volvo XC40 5.430 402 1250,7% 242
80 Audi Q5 5.399 6.929 -22,1% 59
81 Jeep Renegade 5.375 5.433 -1,1% 81
82 Jeep Compass 5.173 5.770 -10,3% 74
83 Peugeot 108 5.045 4.725 6,8% 92
84 Mazda CX-5 5.025 6.555 -23,3% 66
85 Suzuki Swift 5.010 3.867 29,6% 108
86 Nissan Micra 4.982 8.604 -42,1% 45
87 Smart Fortwo 4.976 4.575 8,8% 98
88 Skoda Rapid 4.920 5.770 -14,7% 75
89 Citroën C1 4.777 4.656 2,6% 94
90 Opel Karl / Vauxhall Viva 4.740 4.457 6,3% 101
91 Kia Niro 4.599 3.399 35,3% 115
92 Citroën C4 Cactus 4.588 4.146 10,7% 103
93 Nissan Juke 4.576 5.961 -23,2% 70
94 Audi A1 4.525 4.734 -4,4% 91
95 Kia Stonic 4.420 4.604 -4,0% 96
96 Volvo V60 4.415 3.161 39,7% 119
97 Ford Ka+ 4.375 4.793 -8,7% 89
98 Mini Countryman 4.297 4.104 4,7% 105
99 Volkswagen Caddy Life 4.285 5.344 -19,8% 83
100 BMW 2-series Active/Gran Tourer 4.178 5.841 -28,5% 72
101 Citroën C4 (Grand) Picasso 4.118 7.277 -43,4% 53
102 Mercedes-Benz CLA 4.107 4.980 -17,5% 85
103 Ford Mondeo 3.922 4.482 -12,5% 100
104 Opel/Vauxhall Insignia 3.904 6.328 -38,3% 68
105 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.712 2.277 63,0% 142
106 Honda Civic 3.701 3.661 1,1% 111
107 Renault Zoe 3.662 1.813 102,0% 164
108 Suzuki Ignis 3.602 4.143 -13,1% 104
109 Dacia Logan 3.572 4.102 -12,9% 106
110 Ford (Grand) C-Max 3.569 5.761 -38,0% 76
111 Volvo V40 3.564 4.930 -27,7% 86
112 Range Rover Evoque 3.428 3.604 -4,9% 112
113 Volkswagen Sportsvan 3.427 3.405 0,6% 114
114 Citroën Berlingo Multispace 3.390 2.503 35,4% 134
115 Volvo S90/V90 3.371 5.070 -33,5% 84
116 Dacia Dokker 3.292 3.283 0,3% 117
117 Kia Rio 3.280 4.512 -27,3% 99
118 Citroën C5 Aircross 3.234 0 New
119 Nissan Leaf 3.215 562 472,1% 230
120 Opel/Vauxhall Adam 3.125 2.414 29,5% 136
121 Hyundai Ioniq 3.013 2.648 13,8% 132
122 Peugeot Rifter 3.002 0 New
123 Skoda Citigo 3.002 2.907 3,3% 124
124 BMW X2 2.974 509 484,3% 235
125 Audi Q3 2.903 5.570 -47,9% 79
126 Mazda2 2.815 2.653 6,1% 131
127 BMW X5 2.751 2.881 -4,5% 125
128 Range Rover Sport 2.714 2.155 25,9% 146
129 Audi A5 / S5 / RS5 2.650 4.868 -45,6% 88
130 BMW 4-series 2.631 3.674 -28,4% 110
131 Suzuki S-Cross 2.603 3.046 -14,5% 120
132 Peugeot 508 2.602 1.397 86,3% 178
133 Mitsubishi Space Star / Mirage 2.582 2.245 15,0% 143
134 Dacia Lodgy 2.525 2.374 6,4% 138
135 Volvo XC90 2.517 2.692 -6,5% 130
136 Mazda6 2.459 1.983 24,0% 156
137 BMW i3 2.385 1.865 27,9% 162
138 Mitsubishi ASX 2.352 2.543 -7,5% 133
139 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2.345 2.794 -16,1% 128
140 Honda CR-V 2.344 2.970 -21,1% 122
141 Smart Forfour 2.309 2.379 -2,9% 137
142 DS7 Crossback 2.299 211 989,6% 264
143 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2.298 3.832 -40,0% 109
144 Volkswagen Touareg 2.262 733 208,6% 219
145 Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.225 2.943 -24,4% 123
146 Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2.215 2.315 -4,3% 140
147 BMW X4 2.211 1.105 100,1% 195
148 Fiat 500L 2.164 4.887 -55,7% 87
149 Ford S-Max 2.083 2.102 -0,9% 149
150 Range Rover Velar 2.081 2.369 -12,2% 139
151 Honda HR-V 2.062 2.142 -3,7% 147
152 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 2.014 1.985 1,5% 155
153 Jaguar E-Pace 1.948 1.441 35,2% 175
154 Honda Jazz 1.941 3.008 -35,5% 121
155 Porsche Macan 1.711 1.864 -8,2% 163
156 Nissan X-Trail 1.674 4.631 -63,9% 95
157 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.668 2.769 -39,8% 129
158 Lexus NX 1.646 1.657 -0,7% 169
159 Jaguar F-Pace 1.602 2.102 -23,8% 150
160 Mini Clubman 1.576 2.190 -28,0% 144
161 Mazda3 1.546 3.293 -53,1% 116
162 Seat Alhambra 1.486 2.493 -40,4% 135
163 Ford Galaxy 1.455 928 56,8% 202
164 Toyota Corolla 1.430 1.659 -13,8% 168
165 Audi Q7 1.429 1.924 -25,7% 159
166 BMW 2-series Coupe & Convertible 1.412 2.099 -32,7% 151
167 Seat Mii 1.388 868 59,9% 210
168 Mercedes-Benz Vito Tourer 1.353 1.165 16,1% 190
169 Suzuki Celerio 1.280 1.902 -32,7% 161
170 Suzuki Baleno 1.254 1.333 -5,9% 182
171 Suzuki Jimny 1.245 1.428 -12,8% 177
172 Hyundai ix20 1.215 1.956 -37,9% 158
173 Subaru XV 1.195 1.289 -7,3% 184
174 Volkswagen Arteon 1.181 1.970 -40,1% 157
175 Kia Venga 1.153 1.677 -31,2% 166
176 Renault Koleos 1.134 2.103 -46,1% 148
177 Renault Talisman 1.132 1.472 -23,1% 173
178 Peugeot Traveller 1.113 733 51,8% 220
179 Volkswagen Sharan 1.108 2.175 -49,1% 145
180 Fiat Ducato 1.088 1.389 -21,7% 179
181 Toyota Proace Verso 1.068 756 41,3% 217
182 Mercedes-Benz CLS 1.064 162 556,8% 273
183 Citroën Spacetourer 1.050 972 8,0% 199
184 Range Rover 1.040 889 17,0% 206
185 Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro Tour 998 854 16,9% 212
186 Toyota Prius+ 985 714 38,0% 222
187 Mercedes-Benz GLE 964 1.987 -51,5% 154
188 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 933 1.223 -23,7% 187
189 Alfa Romeo Giulia 895 1.673 -46,5% 167
190 Audi A7 / S7 / RS7 891 375 137,6% 246
191 Opel/Vauxhall Zafira 881 2.831 -68,9% 126
192 Kia Sorento 831 1.100 -24,5% 196
193 Ford Edge 822 1.150 -28,5% 192
194 Mazda MX-5 821 818 0,4% 214
195 Kia Optima 819 1.681 -51,3% 165
196 Hyundai Santa Fe 804 881 -8,7% 207
197 Ford Mustang 801 398 101,3% 243
198 Land Rover Discovery 799 1.443 -44,6% 174
199 Peugeot Partner Tepee / Ranch 755 2.071 -63,5% 152
200 Opel/Vauxhall Combo Tour 741 69 973,9% 295
201 Kia Soul 738 1.250 -41,0% 185
202 DS3 711 1.557 -54,3% 172
203 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 705 880 -19,9% 208
204 Renault Trafic Passenger 681 1.162 -41,4% 191
205 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Combi 668 609 9,7% 227
206 Subaru Forester 666 802 -17,0% 216
207 Toyota Prius 657 1.231 -46,6% 186
208 Jeep Wrangler 644 315 104,4% 253
209 Lexus RX 625 545 14,7% 231
210 Jaguar XE 616 926 -33,5% 203
211 Toyota Land Cruiser 606 698 -13,2% 223
212 Ford Transit Tourneo 597 490 21,8% 236
213 Renault Kangoo 580 1.223 -52,6% 188
214 Audi A8 / S8 578 376 53,7% 245
215 Lexus CT 573 664 -13,7% 226
216 Fiat Qubo 569 871 -34,7% 209
217 Renault Espace 546 907 -39,8% 204
218 Jaguar XF 541 748 -27,7% 218
219 BMW 6-series 537 846 -36,5% 213
220 Jaguar I-Pace 528 0 New
221 Porsche Panamera 489 1.080 -54,7% 197
222 BMW 7-series 484 868 -44,2% 211
223 Porsche 911 479 1.558 -69,3% 171
224 Porsche 718 Boxster/Cayman 475 718 -33,8% 221
225 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe 466 686 -32,1% 225
226 Jeep Grand Cherokee 457 693 -34,1% 224
227 Citroën C-Elysee 451 1.131 -60,1% 193
228 Alpine A110 430 0 New
229 SsangYong Tivoli 429 534 -19,7% 232
230 Subaru Legacy / Outback 417 403 3,5% 241
231 Lexus ES 412 0 New
232 BMW X6 409 944 -56,7% 201
233 Hyundai i40 391 1.339 -70,8% 181
234 Tesla Model X 380 194 95,9% 265
235 Toyota Avensis 376 1.995 -81,2% 153
236 MG ZS 368 275 33,8% 258
237 Tesla Model S 357 455 -21,5% 238
238 Mercedes-Benz Citan Combi 352 513 -31,4% 234
239 Fiat 124 Spider 350 408 -14,2% 240
240 Mercedes-AMG GT 346 335 3,3% 249
241 Seat Toledo 336 531 -36,7% 233
242 Seat Tarraco 336 0 New
243 BMW 8-series 333 0 New
244 Lexus IS 327 458 -28,6% 237
245 MG3 318 178 78,7% 269
246 Fiat Doblo 305 574 -46,9% 229
247 Audi TT 305 1.116 -72,7% 194
248 Maserati Levante 285 386 -26,2% 244
249 Jeep Cherokee 281 276 1,8% 257
250 Nissan NV200 Evalia 280 319 -12,2% 252
251 Kia Stinger 274 255 7,5% 260
252 Mercedes-Benz SLC 271 413 -34,4% 239
253 Kia Carens 254 1.365 -81,4% 180
254 Subaru Impreza 247 155 59,4% 275
255 Bentley Continental GT / GTC 233 99 135,4% 286
256 Jaguar F-type 231 288 -19,8% 256
257 Fiat Talento 222 332 -33,1% 250
258 Nissan Pulsar 221 1.919 -88,5% 160
259 SsangYong Korando 208 170 22,4% 270
260 Lada Niva 185 190 -2,6% 266
261 Mercedes-Benz GLS 185 325 -43,1% 251
262 Fiat Punto 183 2.810 -93,5% 127
263 Opel Ampera-e 182 356 -48,9% 247
264 BMW i8 170 64 165,6% 300
265 SsangYong Rexton 167 230 -27,4% 263
266 Porsche Cayenne 166 1.431 -88,4% 176
267 Maserati Ghibli 158 295 -46,4% 254
268 Peugeot iOn 157 84 86,9% 289
269 Alfa Romeo MiTo 153 894 -82,9% 205
270 SsangYong XLV 149 165 -9,7% 272
272 Aston Martin V8/V12 Vantage 144 42 242,9% 306
273 Citroën C-Zero 119 67 77,6% 298
274 Infiniti Q30 117 273 -57,1% 259
275 Volvo S60 116 601 -80,7% 228
276 BMW Z4 110 1 10900,0% 341
277 Lexus RC 109 88 23,9% 287
278 Chevrolet Camaro 108 87 24,1% 288
279 Infiniti QX30 102 107 -4,7% 281
280 Lada Vesta 98 77 27,3% 294
281 Volkswagen Beetle 98 1.193 -91,8% 189
282 DS4 97 807 -88,0% 215
283 Ferrari Portofino 92 2 4500,0% 339
284 Subaru Levorg 90 181 -50,3% 268
285 Mitsubishi Pajero / Montero / Shogun 84 291 -71,1% 255
286 Lamborghini Urus 84 0 New
287 Toyota GT86 81 110 -26,4% 280
288 Hyundai H1 / Starex 72 69 4,3% 296
289 Peugeot 301 72 237 -69,6% 261
290 Volkswagen Jetta 72 958 -92,5% 200
291 Nissan NV300 71 81 -12,3% 292
292 MG GS 68 22 209,1% 318
293 Ferrari 488 GTB 67 131 -48,9% 277
294 Hyundai Elantra 67 154 -56,5% 276
295 Mahindra KUV100 67 0 New
296 Tesla Model 3 67 0 New
297 Infiniti Q50 61 83 -26,5% 290
298 Aston Martin DB11 60 83 -27,7% 291
299 Mercedes-Benz SL 57 68 -16,2% 297
300 DS5 55 349 -84,2% 248
301 DR4 54 19 184,2% 323
302 Opel/Vauxhall Cascada 54 189 -71,4% 267
303 Ferrari 812 Superfast 51 38 34,2% 308
304 Lamborghini Aventador 51 25 104,0% 315
305 SsangYong Rodius / Stavic 50 81 -38,3% 293
306 Rolls Royce Cullinan 49 0 New
307 Jaguar XJ 48 130 -63,1% 278
308 Peugeot Expert Tepee 41 21 95,2% 321
309 Nissan 370Z 41 47 -12,8% 303
310 Bentley Bentayga 40 161 -75,2% 274
311 Lamborghini Huracan 39 44 -11,4% 304
312 Lexus LC 38 102 -62,7% 283
313 Subaru BRZ 36 22 63,6% 319
314 Ferrari GTC4Lusso 32 33 -3,0% 309
315 Lexus LS 30 123 -75,6% 279
316 Citroën C4 29 2.289 -98,7% 141
317 Alfa Romeo 4C 28 32 -12,5% 310
318 Maserati Quattroporte 25 53 -52,8% 302
319 DR5 24 25 -4,0% 316
320 Infiniti Q60 22 29 -24,1% 312
321 Lada Granta 21 14 50,0% 326
322 Aston Martin Vanquish 19 22 -13,6% 320
323 Mahindra XUV500 19 39 -51,3% 307
324 Lotus Elise 17 12 41,7% 327
325 Lexus GS 17 105 -83,8% 282
326 Bentley Mulsanne 17 26 -34,6% 313
327 Mitsubishi i-MiEV 14 7 100,0% 332
328 Lotus Exige 12 10 20,0% 330
329 Aston Martin Rapide 11 5 120,0% 335
330 Rolls Royce Ghost 11 7 57,1% 333
331 Mitsubishi Attrage 11 3 266,7% 337
332 Mitsubishi Lancer 10 169 -94,1% 271
333 Rolls Royce Wraith 9 16 -43,8% 324
334 Hyundai Nexo 9 0 New
335 Toyota Verso 9 1.325 -99,3% 183
336 Lada Kalina 8 66 -87,9% 299
337 Rolls Royce Phantom 8 21 -61,9% 322
338 Rolls Royce Dawn 8 12 -33,3% 328
339 Citroën E-Mehari 8 16 -50,0% 325
340 Maserati GranTurismo 7 26 -73,1% 314
341 Maserati GranCabrio 5 11 -54,5% 329
342 Honda NSX 5 8 -37,5% 331
343 Audi R8 5 102 -95,1% 284
344 Honda Accord 4 1 300,0% 342
345 Bentley Flying Spur 4 58 -93,1% 301
346 Hyundai Genesis 3 3 0,0% 338
347 Volkswagen Scirocco 3 232 -98,7% 262
348 Infiniti Q70 2 7 -71,4% 334
349 Infiniti QX70 2 23 -91,3% 317
350 Ferrari California 1 4 -75,0% 336
352 Ford B-Max 1 1.079 -99,9% 198
356 Citroën C5 1 31 -96,8% 311
357 Citroën C4 Aircross 1 102 -99,0% 285
358 Nissan Note 1 44 -97,7% 305
359 Nissan Pathfinder 1 2 -50,0% 340

European car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom. They exclude vehicles registered as commercial vehicles. Source: ANDC, JATO Dynamics

  1. The new 508 sold more than the Arteon & Talisman combined.
    But this trio (and Mondeo & Passat) demonstrate the D segment is suffering.

    1. Thta’s probably because the 508 is a newcomer. In a few months time it’ll be down to the level of the Talisman, mondeo etc…or even lower.

      1. LOL. 508 barely started. They haven’t achieved full deliveries yet. I expect 508 to double it’s sales this year

  2. If Dacia joined sales of the Sandero and Logan, they would be between the Yaris and Clio in 4th Place. Incredible to see names like Mondeo, Insígnia and Civic not even making the top 100..

    1. The Mondeo will be discountinued, the insígnia will suffer from the competition of the new Pug 508 and the Civic is ugly (a good car though)…

    2. The Civic really isn’t made with Europe in mind anymore. It’s too large for it’s segment, looks are divisive, not as clever as the previous gen on the inside, interior quality has stagnated, they dropped the Estate, it’s kind of expensive… It’s not like there aren’t other options.
      Still reliable though. They still have that.

  3. Also, seeing sales of the Citroën Berlingo and VW Caddy Life neck and neck with the Ford C-max and Citroën Picasso/Spacetour, proves my point: families looking for space and versatility will start buying van-based vehicles as they become more car-like in their features and driving dynamics. As there will be fewer and fewer models to chose from, I think Carsalesbase should join them in the same segment when making their analysis

  4. When will the Espace and the Talisman receive their facelifts? Two fantastic vehicles but they need bigger engines. The Espace is such a unique and futuristic vehicle.

    1. Your message has been heard! In Feb ‘zee Germans’ bought MORE Espace’s & Talisman’s than Feb. 2018 😉

    2. They already have the larger engines; There are TCe 225 EDC and Blue dCi 200 EDC
      available now.

      As for the facelifts, the Espace should arrive around September ( in time for the IAA ), and the Talisman will have to wait ’till next year.

  5. it would be interesting to take a look at how hybrids (HEVs) are doing and what the pipeline is. It appears they are helping Toyota and Lexus sales as well as sales for some Hyundai/Kia models. Hybrids were 46% of Toyota Group sales in Europe in 2018. And it appears the new Lexus UX hasn’t launched yet in Europe – it should do well given the rising popularity of the C-HR.

  6. Nissan suffered a 25% sales decline. There is no confidence in their CEO. Nissan sales suffered similarly in US as well. In china, also it suffered some decrease.

    1. Nissan went down in EU and the USA way before Charly G. became headline news. In the US, b/c since end of 2017, Nissan implemented a new sales approach (less fleet, less discounting) and in Europe b/c the aging line-up is doing Nissan no favor.

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