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Europe Full Year 2013: Discover the Top 353 best-selling models!

Mercedes A Class Europe 2013. Picture courtesy of autobild.deThe Mercedes A-Class delivers the biggest year-on-year gain in the Top 50.

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Thanks to Bart from left-lane.com, I can share with you today an all-models ranking for Europe over the Full Year 2013! Exciting times indeed. You can check out the Full Year 2013 European Top 10 analysis here. Beyond the Top 10, as expected we have the Audi A3 up a nice 28% and 13 spots to #11, but let's not forget the Fiat 500 up 6 ranks and 9% to #14 and now Fiat's best-seller in Europe. The biggest year-on-year gain in the Top 50 is delivered by the Mercedes A-Class boosted by the arrival of a completely reshuffled third generation and already the most successful launch ever for the German manufacturer. The A-Class is up 87% to #20 and 131,258 sales this year. Notice also the Dacia Sandero up 65% to #24, the Toyota Auris up 74% to #26 and the Seat Leon up 46% to #45.

Fiat 500L Europe 2013. Picture courtesy of largus.frThe Fiat 500L is up to #55 for its first full year in market.

As far as all-new models are concerned, the biggest success of the year is the Renault Captur landing directly at #48 with 84,085 sales and even flirting with the Top 10 in December! The Captur is followed by the Peugeot 2008 at #69 and 58,672 units, the Mercedes CLA at #122 and 27,598 sales, Chevrolet Trax at #147, Mitsubishi Space Star at #160, Suzuki SX4 S-Cross at #194, Renault Zoe at #195, BMW 4 Series at #205 and Opel Cascada at #217. Among 'almost all-new' models enjoying their first full year in market in 2013, let's point out the Fiat 500L up to a pretty cool #55, the Volvo V40 at #56, Opel Mokka at #58, Ford B-Max at #59, Opel Adam at #93, Skoda Rapid at #103 and Dacia Dokker at #139.

Previous post: Europe December 2013 All models: Renault Captur misses Top 10 for 200 sales!

Previous Full Year 2013 post: Europe Full Year 2013: Renault Clio on podium for first time in 7 years

Full Year 2013 Top 353 models and Top 57 brands Ranking Table below.

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  1. yhin
    March 19th, 2014 at 21:57 | #1

    try suzuki and enjoy driving :D 2014 top of the line car

  2. Ed
    February 13th, 2014 at 10:28 | #2

    I wish that in 2014 there were less perishable VW

  3. oloe
    February 12th, 2014 at 04:36 | #3

    It’s very nice to see 10 European brands in top 10, but a huge shame to see 2 asian models in top 20. Why it can’t be like in Japan? 150 japanesee models in Top 150, only japanesee peoples cares about worplaces in own country???

  4. Arie
    February 11th, 2014 at 09:58 | #4

    I don’t see Tesla at all, there should be at least 3k

  5. Pete Mason
    February 11th, 2014 at 00:16 | #5

    Todor :I would like to see more Toyotas and Hondas sold in 2014 in Europe!

    There are enough Toyota Nissan and Honda blandboxes sold in Europe, let’s have more of Italian, French and Korean cars on the roads.

  6. Ian
    February 10th, 2014 at 19:13 | #6

    I agree totally and a higher standard of living for everyone, most car markets seem to be growing, I hope that it continues, I would also like to see mor Toyotas and Hondas sold, the motor industry is very important for the UK economy, I wish luck to all the motor industry, they need it.

  7. J77
    February 8th, 2014 at 10:04 | #7

    Todor :
    I would like to see more Toyotas and Hondas sold in 2014 in Europe!

    No, I prefer to see European brands and models like the DS5, MINO Cooper, Peugeot RCZ, 508 GT, 208 GTi, 308 R, VW Scirocco, Golf GTi, Focus ST, Fiesta ST, Megane Sport, Alfa QV … this is Europe!

  8. J77
    February 8th, 2014 at 09:59 | #8

    Peugeot RCZ=7440
    Toyota GT86=6080

    and… surprise, (the Seat “audi a4): Seat Exeo only 7.001

  9. Marc-It
    February 7th, 2014 at 06:53 | #9

    I dont’ See the Lancia Flavia

    I think are almost 450-500

    In Italy are 251 +60 in Switzerland +123 in Germany+Austria+Netherland+Sweden
    but I don’t know France and Belgie

  10. Arthur
    February 7th, 2014 at 00:53 | #10

    I would like to see less jobless people in 2014 in Europe…

  11. Todor
    February 6th, 2014 at 21:09 | #11

    I would like to see more Toyotas and Hondas sold in 2014 in Europe! :)

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