11 responses

  1. Steam
    April 1, 2012

    Hi Matt, is there any ranking by brands?

  2. alexjmu
    April 1, 2012

    mazda 3 just see http://www.mazda.com/publicity/release/2012/201201/120127a.html
    Mazda3 (Axela): 303,677+78,103

  3. Emi Ang
    March 30, 2012

    Amazing job Matt

  4. Anthony
    March 29, 2012

    Matt,I have just received the VW annual report for 2011,and a few of your figures are inaccurate.
    I will update them for you over the weekend.

    • matgasnier
      March 29, 2012

      Hey Anthony, looking forward to your updates! If it’s the Annual Report I saw the figures are production though, not sales which is normally quite different :-) Plus they have put a lot of different models in the Jetta nameplate… but perhaps you have different figures in which case I’m really keen to see them! ;-)
      cheers and thanks for your help Anthony
      Matt

  5. tuga
    March 27, 2012

    @TheK
    The Focus II is still sold in China and Latin America. Older gens of Fiesta are also still sold in Latin America. And in India there are three generations of Fiesta being sold side by side, the Classic ( MkIV ), Figo ( MkV ) and All New Fiesta ( MkVI ).

  6. TheK
    March 27, 2012

    The Ford Focus there in second place is even more surprising as it is the same car *everywhere* on the planet. There’s (as far as I know) nowhere a local version or a previous generation sold. Same for the Fiesta and (there I know it for sure) for the Chevy/Holden Cruze. From both brands we will see more global models up there. I guess, that’s also the reason for the Hyundai ix35 as second place SUV: It’s one of few global SUV.

    Funny to see the fat US pickups in there, as their sales outside North America are nearly nonexistent!

  7. JJ
    March 27, 2012

    VW’s T5 (155800) and T2 (25100) could also be considered a single nameplate.

  8. NismoBoy
    March 26, 2012

    Nissan Altima: 298,263
    Note: Includes US; Canada; Mexico; Equador; Bahrain; Kuwait; Saudi Arabia; UAE; Qatar; Oman

    Nissan Teana + Maxima = 184,950 + 69797 = 254,747
    Note: includes US; Canada, Argentina; Europe, Dominican Rep.; Iran; Bahrain; Kuwait; Saudi Arabia; UAE; Qatar; Oman; Thailand; Taiwan;China; Australia; India; Malasia

    Nissan Quashqai + Rogue = 383,149 (Japan sales not available) + 141,398 = 524,547

  9. Goran
    March 26, 2012

    I thought that Citroen C3 was well above 300.000, but it says 250.000. I assume that is without the C3 picasso.

    • matgasnier
      March 26, 2012

      Yep this is without the C3 Picasso Goran
      cheers
      Matt

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