The top ten best-selling cars in the UK are easy to see; on every street there is at least one Fiesta, Corsa, Focus, or Golf.
What is the best-selling car in other countries, though? Find out below the cars, the rest of Europe loves, as much as the UK loves the Ford Fiesta, measured by the market analysts JATO Dynamics:
Austria: Volkswagen Golf
With no mainstream car manufacturer, Austria’s top-seller is not from a domestic manufacturer. 4281 buyers have flocked to the Volkswagen Golf so far this year, while the next two also, VW’s big-Hitter; the Polo, 3394, and the Tiguan at 3066.
Belgium: Volkswagen Golf
The same can be said for Belgium, but is clearly wedged between France and Germany has its effect: the Volkswagen Golf was the most popular car in the last year, followed by the Renault Clio and Hyundai Tucson. 5426, 4868 and 4007 owners, and have found so far this year.
Croatia: Skoda Octavia
It is all change in Croatia; in 2016, the brand’s best-sellers were the Nissan Qashqai and Toyota Yaris, while this year, the Skoda Octavia, Renault Clio and Opel Astra are the top three, with 1253, 1090, and 699 sales, respectively.
Czech Republic: Skoda Octavia
No two guesses, the car maker – Skoda Octavia 9510 units and the second has sold best-selling the Fabia was sold 7430, in fact, half of the country’s top ten best-sellers Skodas are. The Quick takes third, with 5210 sold.
Denmark: Peugeot 208
Peugeot only top spot this year in Europe is Denmark, where 3915 208s home so far, while the next best-seller, the Nissan Qashqai have been sold, of which 3095. The third place was the Volkswagen Golf; 2245 have found homes this year.
Estonia: Skoda Octavia
Estonia has a propensity for larger cars, as it seems, the new Skoda Octavia takes on the pole position after the sale of 361 cars, while the 347 and the 289 units put the Toyota RAV4 and Toyota Avensis , the in the second and third place respectively.
Finland: Skoda Octavia
Skoda claims were sold to another victory in Finland, with the Octavia – 2105, this year so far. The second place was the Nissan Qashqai, although only a little less – 1890 – sold goods over the whole year. The Toyota Yaris took the third place with 1715 sales.
France: Renault Clio
Small surprise here; France’s top car this year, the Renault Clio, and a whopping 42,374 took it right to the top. The Peugeot 208 takes the second place, with 37,241 units sold, while the other French supermini, the Citroën C3, was overtaken last year by the third of the Peugeot 3008, with 30,005.
Germany: Volkswagen Golf
Volkswagen took a 1, 2, 3 in Germany last year, but it is change, the third place – the Golf 65,327 cars sold in the country. It is so well sold, that the second place Passat sold less than half of this number; 24,370, while the Ford Focus now only behind 23,383. The third position of the Passat, the Tiguan was previously in second place.
Greece: Toyota Yaris
The Toyota Yaris takes the top spot in Greece, with 2267 cars 208 s sold, compared to the second-placed Peugeot of 1791 units sold. Third goes to the Nissan Micra; in 1456, the Greek houses have about 2018 so far.
Hungary: Suzuki Vitara
Hungarian buyers are hungry (sorry) for the Suzuki Vitara, it is very likely, because it sells – the model 4300 units so far this year. Meanwhile, the Skoda Octavia is sold 2246 down in the second place, and the Opel Astra was sold in 1683.
Ireland: Nissan Qashqai
Hyundai really had to hold in Ireland; and the Tucson was the best-selling car across the Irish sea in 2016 and 2017, but this year is already torn by the Nissan Qashqai, which sold 2968 units so far this year the Hyundai 2822. The Volkswagen Golf completes the top three, with 2521 sales.
Italy: Fiat Panda
Nationalism wins again, with a Fiat 1, 2, 3 – the Fiat Panda is the best-selling car so far this year, with 43,486 search for apartments. The Fiat 500, after you moved 21,503, while the 500X is a close third on 21,307. It was a 60/40 split between Fiat – Chrysler-group cars, and other manufacturers in the past, with the Renault Clio, Ford Fiesta, Volkswagen Polo and Golf in the top ten.
Latvia: Volkswagen Golf
Another victory for the Golf, he claims a small victory in this year with 309 sold a total of. The Nissan Qashqai – last year’s best – selling came in second, after he sold 273 units, while the third-place Toyota’s RAV4 sold, 187.
Lithuania: Fiat 500
Fiat-the second pole position, came in Lithuania, where the 500 has found 891 houses, while the Fiat 500X overtook the Skoda Octavia last year’s second-bestseller, 629. The Octavia sunk, the third with 382.
Luxembourg: Volkswagen Golf
It is almost a other douze points for the Volkswagen group from Luxembourg this year; the Volkswagen Golf takes the top spot, while the Tiguan, the second and the Renault Clio has won the third out of the Audi A3. The turnover of 898, 385 and 363, respectively.
Netherlands: Volkswagen Polo
It is all change for the Dutch! The Renault Clio has been ousted from its top spot, and in the third place is the Volkswagen Polo, Ford Fiesta and Renault Clio, the big three, with 5643, 4448, and 4192 sales.
Norway: Nissan Leaf
Surprise! The Volkswagen Golf was the best-selling car in Norway last year, but it has been overtaken by the Nissan Leaf, with 3995 sold. The Golf slipped to second place, but has sold one-quarter less than the Leaf, Norwegian a total of, 2986. The BMW i3 is slipped from second to third place in 2043.
Poland: Skoda Octavia
Skoda took another top-two in Poland, with the Octavia and the Fabia are among the first and second place with the narrowest of margins separating the two; the Octavia, 7267 and Fabia to take 7106 sales in the country. The Toyota Yaris was third, to 5735.
Portugal: Renault Clio
French super minis and the first joint second in Portugal, the Renault Clio sold 5172, such as the country ‘ s best-seller, and the Nissan Qashqai and Peugeot 208 both sold 2577.
Romania: Dacia Logan
Dacia took the market by storm in the last year, and will continue to do so. The Logan and the Duster will make to 2018, the top two, with the former search for homes in 5220 garages, and the latter parked 2399. The Skoda Octavia achieved the third place with 1201 and Sandero slipped out of the top three, the fourth in the Romanian market.
Slovakia: Skoda Fabia
The Skoda Fabia has the pole position in Slovakia, while its big brother, the Octavia, was far behind. The Octavia 1909 Slovaks was purchased, and the Fabia was purchased, in 1778. The Fast, on the third place, sold 1160.
Slovenia: Renault Clio
The Volkswagen Golf climbed up to second in the Slovenian market in the year 2017, where it remained; 1101 sales sure its ahead of the Polo, sold 986. The first place goes to the Renault Clio, but with 1582 sales. The Clio is built in Slovenia in the facelifted shape which helps, keep its lead there.
Spain: Seat Ibiza
What is Spanish for “a source of surprise’? The Seat Ibiza and Leon take gold and silver in Spain, with 13,704 and 12,308 in search of a place in the sun so far this year, and the Ateca-rival Nissan Qashqai is 10,673 sales give him the third place – the upset seat. Surprisingly, however, the rest of the top ten is a healthy mix.
Sweden: Volvo XC60
There were riots in the year 2016, when the Volkswagen Golf took the lead in Sweden’s car market Volvo, but three Volvo’s combined second place: the S80, V70 and XC70. Volvo was again at the top in the year 2017, and today, S90 and V90 are in pole position to 11,041, followed by the XC60, with 5461 sales. The Golf was pushed down to third place; 5432 it is just below in second place.
Switzerland: Skoda Octavia
With no indigenous car manufacturer of larger volume, the Swiss buy the Skoda Octavia, Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen Tiguan more than all the other cars. 2752 have bought a Octavia so far this year, and 2299, and in 1650, the Golf and the Tiguan have bought.
UK: Ford Fiesta
The Fiesta is on the high list of the UK’s top seller, with 40,619 sold this year. 26,685 Volkswagen Golf and 21,171 Nissan Qashqai sales cement second, and third places for the best-selling regulars. You can find the rest of the best-seller list here.
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