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Europe Full Year 2010: All-models ranking now available!

The Porsche Panamera ranks #202 in Europe in 2010

* See 'Read more' below for the Top 371 best-selling models! Thanks to Florian for the tip *

Yes, that's right. I give you sales figures for all cars sold in Europe last year!

Let's look straight outside the Top 50, already well-known to you, to notice the best newcomers of the year: the Dacia Duster at #73 (54,388 sales) and the Citroen DS3 at #74 (52,987 units). The Jaguar XF is up 22% at #136 with 20,109 sales and the Range Rover Sport up 29% to #141 at 17,935 units.

Not a really good year for the BMW X6 down 10% to #142 and the Audi TT down 11% to #143. The Porsche Cayenne is boosted by its facelift, gaining 33% and 18 spots to #163 while the Porsche Panamera knocks on the Top 200's door at #202 with 6,606 sales, up 141%.

Rolls-Royce Ghost

The best-selling Lexus in 2010 in Europe is the RX at #179 but the CT will pass it in 2011. The outrageous Mercedes SLS AMG lands in 276th position with 1,601 sales, the Ferrari California is up 45% to 1,375 sales at #288 and the Lamborghini Gallardo is down 28% to 351 sales at #338.

Rolls-Royce places the new Ghost at #339 with 350 sales and the Phantom at #363 and 131 units, while Bentley positions the Continental Flying Spur at #352 with 235 sales. The last model on the list is the Bugatti Veyron with 11 units sold, down 35%.

Bugatti Veyron

There are only 5 Chinese models in the ranking. The DR1 (or Riich M1) is the best-seller at #246 with 3,153 sales, possibly the first time a Chinese model ranks within the European Top 250. The DR5 (or Chery Tiggo) follows at #271 (-29%), then the Great Wall Steed at #302 (+3%), the Great Wall Hover at #322 (+1%) and the Brilliance BS4 at #330 (+130%). Nothing too impressive yet...

See the original Europe Full Year 2010 post with Top 50 here.

Full Year 2010 European Top 371 Ranking Table below.

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  1. STAC
    October 24th, 2011 at 06:39 | #1

    Hello Matt,
    Voilà tu as bientôt tous les chiffres complets (es.autoblog), tu pourras rajouter les modèles manqués :D
    Bon courage à toi :)

  2. September 16th, 2011 at 19:25 | #2

    Cyprus and Turkey are not included??

  3. Eddy
    September 16th, 2011 at 03:41 | #3

    Hi Matt:
    Absolutely fantastic statistics, great job !
    As you mentioned in your article, The Europe statistics data include 27 European Union countries ,Could you tell me the detailed name about these countries?
    At the same time maybe I have some other problems would consult you,Could you tell me your Skype or Msn contact information, My Skype is Eddy201186 and Msn is xiaojun201186@hotmail.com. Sure you can send your contact information to my mailbox:eddy1986@126.com
    Thank you!

  4. September 15th, 2011 at 18:23 | #5

    Switzerland sales August 2011
    1.VW 3.121
    2.Audi 1.344
    3.Ford 1.213
    4.Toyota 1.188
    5.Renault 1.173
    6.Skoda 1.164
    7.BMW 1.150
    8.Opel 1.009
    9.Peugeot 1.006
    10.Mercedes 988
    11.Citroën 911
    12.Nissan 689
    13.Hyundai 684
    14.Fiat 654
    15.SEAT 588
    16.Dacia 507
    17.Subaru 486
    18.Suzuki 483
    19.Volvo 420
    20.Mazda 415
    21.Kia 336
    22.Honda 316
    23.MINI 311
    24.Mitsubishi 279
    25.Chevrolet 267
    26.Alfa Romeo 227
    27.Smart 175
    28.Land Rover 171
    29.Porsche 155
    30.Jeep 117
    31.Lexus 76
    32.Daihatsu 72
    33.SsangYong 50
    34.Lancia 42
    35.Jaguar 33
    36.Ferrari 19
    37.Aston Martin 17
    38.Maserati 13
    39.Dodge 12
    40.Saab 10
    41.Morgan 9
    42.Chrysler 7
    43.Alpina 3
    44.Wiesmann 2
    45.Cadillac 0

  5. September 15th, 2011 at 06:35 | #6

    @Pedro
    I respect, but VW is not for me!

  6. Pedro
    September 14th, 2011 at 20:15 | #7

    @Miguel Figueira

    And i like VW-Cars, for me they are not boring at all ;-)

    Tasts are different.

  7. September 14th, 2011 at 18:53 | #8

    @Jenifer Mendoza
    I do not like VW Cars. They are quite boring.

    • matgasnier
      September 14th, 2011 at 19:03 | #9

      I think you made that pretty clear over the last few month Miguel :-)

  8. Pepi
    September 14th, 2011 at 05:03 | #10

    Hi again, I own statistics about commercial vehicles in August in Spain, If you want I share them with you but I don’t know how. Do I post the data here or send to an e-mail?

  9. Pedro
    September 13th, 2011 at 21:56 | #11

    @matgasnier

    Hi Matt, you’re right. It’s supposed to be an incorrect definition in the german statistics, they even put the Highline-Amaroks in the LCV-statistics while other countries obviously put it in the passenger cars list (54 units).

  10. Pepi
    September 13th, 2011 at 21:43 | #12

    Hi, I think it’s hard to make a statistic like this because some countries like mine (Spain) don’t separate the “street” versions from commercial versions. For instance: Kangoo, Berlingo and Partner are great sellers and many of them are “street” versions but I think all of them only count like commercial.

    It’s a pity not to have homogenic statistics in all countries.

    But thanks for your work, it’s very interesting.

    • matgasnier
      September 14th, 2011 at 03:26 | #13

      Hi Pepi,
      Thanks very much for your praise, I really appreciate it!
      cheers
      Matt

  11. September 13th, 2011 at 21:37 | #14

    Wow those cars make me drool!This is the awesome Volkswagen Polo car.New generation,new design.Those who love Volkswagen Cars would surely grab this model.Thanks for sharing this post to us.

  12. September 13th, 2011 at 18:24 | #15

    Top 15 best selling cars in South Africa from the year 2000:
    1 – TOYOTA COROLLA – 1788
    2 – TOYOTA CONQUEST – 1700
    3 – FORD TRACER / MAZDA MIDGE – 1311
    4 – BMW SERIE 3 – 1211
    5 – OPEL ASTRA – 977
    6 – VW POLO SEDAN SYRITA/ POLO PLAYA HATCHBACK – 970
    7 – MAZDA ETUDE SEDAN / MAZDA ASTINA SPORTBACK – 726
    8 – OPEL CORSA – 601
    9 – MERCEDES CLASS C – 583
    10 – VW CITI GOLF – 590
    11 – FORD FIESTA / MAZDA 121 SOHO – 587
    12 – FIAT PALIO HATCHBACK / SIENNA BERLINA/ UNO MIA – 420
    13 – BMW SERIE 5 – 400
    14 – NISSAN PRIMERA – 280
    15 – FORD MONDEO – 123

    • matgasnier
      September 14th, 2011 at 07:10 | #16

      Hi Miguel,
      Thank you very much for this.
      There are differences between this ranking and the previous one you sent me for 2000. Could you confirm which one is correct please?
      Thank you
      Matt

  13. September 13th, 2011 at 06:12 | #17

    Matt, I also have the figures in South Africa for 1988 and 2000 but I think there´s a problem in the blog configuration or system, I just can´t comment!

  14. September 13th, 2011 at 06:11 | #18

    South Africa in 1988:
    1 TOYOTA COROLLA
    2 – VW GOLF JUMBO / JETTA
    3 – TOYOTA CRESSIDA
    4 – HONDA BALLADE
    5 – MERCEDES W 124
    6 – FORD LASER HATCBACK / METEOR SEDAN
    7 – MAZDA 323
    8 – NISSAN SKYLINE
    9 – FORD SIERRA
    10 – OPEL KADETT HATCH/ MONZA SEDAN

  15. Pedro
    September 13th, 2011 at 05:51 | #19

    Hi Matt, absolutely fantastic statistics, great job ! Just one correction: 54 VW Amarok can’t be true. In january i emailed the german car statistics office (fahrzeugstatistik@kba.de) to figure out how many Amarok have been registered in germany in 2010 (because it’s not listed among the normal passenger statsitics). I was told, that 1.634 units were sold/registered in 2010 in germany.

    • matgasnier
      September 13th, 2011 at 07:07 | #20

      Hi Pedro,
      Thank you very much for your praise, I really appreciate it!
      Remember the stats here are passenger cars – not commercial vehicles.
      So it is possible that 1,634 Amaroks were registered in 2010 in Germany but they would be counted as commercial vehicles. The VW Transporter, Ford Transit and Renault Kangoo would rank much higher in this ranking as well for example if commercial vehicles were counted.
      Have a look at the France page and you will see LCV (light commercial vehicles) monthly rankings as well…
      Hope this helps
      cheers
      Matt

  16. September 13th, 2011 at 05:48 | #21

    New car sales in South Africa from 1986:
    1 – TOYOTA COROLLA
    2 – MAZDA 323
    3 – HONDA BALLADE
    4 – VW GOLF/JETTA
    5 – FORD ESCORT
    6 – TOYOTA CRESSIDA
    7 – OPEL KADETT
    8 – BMW SERIE 3
    9 – NISSAN PULSAR/LANGLEY
    10 – ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA

  17. September 13th, 2011 at 05:45 | #22

    New car sales in South Africa from 1984:
    1 – TOYOTA COROLLA – 1990
    2 – TOYOTA CRESSIDA – 1813
    3 – BMW SERIE 3 – 1198
    4 – FORD SIERRA – 830
    5 – FORD ESCORT – 813
    6 – MERCEDES W 123 – 811
    7 – NISSAN PULSAR HATHBACK/LANGLEY SEDAN – 756
    8 – MAZDA 626 – 644
    9 – RENAULT 9 – 637
    10 – VOLKSWAGEN GOLF JUMBO/JETTA – 601

  18. STAC
    September 13th, 2011 at 02:44 | #23

    Otherwise there is no separate figures of the Clio II and III?

    • matgasnier
      September 13th, 2011 at 07:18 | #24

      Not that I could find, if anyone has split figures please comment!
      M

  19. STAC
    September 13th, 2011 at 02:03 | #25

    It’s very interesting that!
    But they forgot a few other models in some countries (for example the pick-up in France: Toyota Hilux: more than 2500 units, Mitsubishi L200 and Nissan Navarra: about 1,600 units respectively, etc …)

    In Switzerland, there are Toyota Sienna, the Honda Odyssey, US models (4×4, big MPV, etc.), etc. …. :)

    • matgasnier
      September 13th, 2011 at 07:08 | #26

      Hi STAC,
      All the models you mention are commercial vehicles, not passenger cars so therefore are not counted in this ranking.
      For your Switzerland examples all these models have individual sales so small they are counted as ‘various’.
      Matt

  20. September 13th, 2011 at 00:58 | #27

    Prestige luxury and exotic sports cars sold in South Africa from August 2011:
    1 – PORSCHE – 154
    2 – LEXUS – 100
    3 – JAGUAR – 50
    4 – MASERATI – 7
    5 – FERRARI – 5
    6 – ASTON MARTIN – 4
    7 – BENTLEY – 3
    8 ROLLS ROYCE – 2
    9 – LOTUS – 1
    10 – LAMBORGHINI – 1

  21. September 12th, 2011 at 20:40 | #28

    New car sales in Portugal dropped almost 40% in August due to the huge crisis that shadows the country.
    Here the sales from August 2011:
    1 -PEUGEOT – 676
    2 -FORD – 652
    3 -RENAULT -635
    4 – VW – 622
    5 – OPEL – 545
    6 – SEAT – 467
    7 – CITROEN – 463
    8 – MERCEDES – 371
    9 – BMW – 356
    10 – FIAT – 263
    11 – AUDI – 254
    12 – TOYOTA – 251
    13 – CHEVROLET – 249
    14 – HYUNDAI – 145
    15 – VOLVO – 125

  22. Steam
    September 12th, 2011 at 19:47 | #29

    Very interesting. Thank You so much for posting. :)

    • matgasnier
      September 12th, 2011 at 19:51 | #30

      No worries Steam :-)
      Matt

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