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Brazilian car sales are up a shy 1.5% over the first half of October at 142,327 registrations. For the first time in 6 months, the Fiat Uno manages to hold the pole position in the country with 11,672 sales and 8.2% share, leaving the VW Gol in 2nd place at 11,387 units and 8%. This is actually quite an eventful period, with a lot of movement in the ranking.
The Renault Sandero improves again and reaches the #6 spot for the first time ever with 4,622 sales and 3.2%. The Hyundai Veloster is up no less than 90 spots on September to a very impressive 32nd place at 1,076 units and 0.8%, the Chevrolet Cruze is up 27 spots to #34 with 1,044 sales and 0.7% and the JAC J3 is back in the Top 50 at #47 with 707 sales and 0.5%.
Further down the ranking, the Fiat 500 is up 16 ranks to #52 at 673 units, the Nissan March is up 57 spots to #74 with 469 sales, the Renault Duster gains 63 places at #77 and 435 units and the new generation Hyundai Elantra lands directly at #93 with 270 sales.
Full mid-October 2011 Top 150 Ranking Table below.