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Brazil mid-September 2011: Renault Sandero up to best-ever #7

Renault Sandero

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The Brazilian car market is up 2% over the first half of September at 142,490 registrations. The Top 6 best-selling cars are identical to the year-to-date ranking: the VW Gol leads at 8.7% ahead of the Fiat Uno (8.1%), Chevrolet Celta (4.6%), Chevrolet Corsa Sedan (3.9%), Fiat Strada (3.7%) and VW Fox (3.6%).

The Renault Sandero comes in at #7, its highest ranking ever, also reaching its highest market share ever at 3.1% thanks to 4,460 sales. The VW Voyage is also solid at #8 with 2.7%.

Fiat 500

Further down the ranking, the Chery QQ improves again at #38 and the Kia Picanto new generation is a huge hit, up no less than 108 spots on August to an impressive 40th place with 804 sales. Notice also the JAC J3 dropping out of the Top 50 (#52), the Renault Fluence delivering its best ranking ever by far at #54 and the JAC J6 up 20 spots to #77.

Other great performers include the Fiat 500 up 59 spots to #84 at 307 units and the Chevrolet Cruze up 75 spots to #89 with 297 sales, the first time in the Brazilian Top 100 for both models. The newcomers: the Fiat Freemont landing directly at #95 with 267 units sold, the VW SpaceCross at #107 with 187 sales and the Renault Duster at #143 and 72 units.

Previous month: see the Brazil August 2011 Top 150 best-selling models here.

Mid-September 2011 Top 150 Ranking Table below.

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  1. September 21st, 2011 at 06:57 | #1

    The VW Gol and Voyage are best sellers in Brazil because of their competitive price. They are the cheapest cars in the Brazilian market together with the local designed and build Fiat Uno, VW Fox and Chevrolet Celta/Corsa.

  2. Fabio83
    September 21st, 2011 at 05:40 | #2

    It’s time for a new FIAT Palio/Siena/Strada family models… The VW Gol and Voyage are more modern than FIAT

  3. September 21st, 2011 at 04:37 | #3

    Thank´s Sith!

  4. Sith
    September 21st, 2011 at 03:02 | #4

    @Miguel Figueira

    nice to read about.

  5. September 21st, 2011 at 00:53 | #5

    They do not have MG. They have lots of Chinese marques.

  6. September 20th, 2011 at 23:59 | #6

    No MG, yet?

  7. September 20th, 2011 at 23:11 | #7

    The Brazilian market is quite weak in terms of models. I´ve been there several times and the majority of cars belong to A segment.

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