The Chevrolet Chevy C2 is the best-selling model in Mexico in 2004.
In 2004, the Mexican new light vehicle market crosses the symbolic million annual sales mark for the first time in history thanks to a solid 12.4% year-on-year uptick to 1.112.130 units. Nissan (+9.8%) cements its domination of the brands ranking with 21.1% share, widening the gap with Chevrolet (+6.6%) while Ford (+14.9%) passes Volkswagen (+0.7%) to land in third place. Dodge (+26.4%), Chrysler (-4%) and Honda (+2.2%) hold onto their 2003 positions ahead of Renault (+30.7%) and Toyota (+142.6%). Like in 2003 with the VW Pointer, there is a new leader in the models ranking this year: the Chevrolet Chevy C2 (+897.7%) based on the 1993 Opel Corsa and shooting up 38 spots on 2003 to land in first place for its first full year of sales. The Nissan Tsuru (+7.7%) remains in 2nd place only 1.200 units below, while the VW Pointer (-5.5%) drops to #3. The VW Jetta (+21.7%), Nissan Platina (+4.1%) and Chevrolet Corsa (-4.1%) follow, while the Ford F-Series (+97.6%) is up 10 spots to return into the Top 10 at #9 and the Ford Ecosport (+116.7%) is up 18 to #11.
Previous year: Mexico 2003: VW Pointer ends Nissan Tsuru domination
Full Year 2004 Top 40 All-brands and Top 235 All-models below.