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Thanks to Paolo and Quattroruote magazine, I can share with you today for the first time on BSCB much more detail on the best-selling models in Italy, namely a Top 150. Exciting times indeed! So let’s get straight to the unknown parts of the ranking… Firstly, the Opel Mokka is actually #44 with 4,813 sales contrary to previous data released by UNRAE, making it 3 (almost) all-new models in the Italian Top 50 over the period with the Fiat 500L at #7 and Ford B-Max at #40.
The BMW X1 is up 16 spots and 21% year-on-year to #57, the Toyota RAV4 up 13 ranks and 11% to #61, Toyota Auris up 55 and 225% to #62, Volvo V40 up 6793% to #66, Citroen DS3 up 14 and 13% to #68 and Kia Venga up 24 spots and 35% to #69. Further down, the Kia Cee’d is up 45 ranks and 155% to #77 and two additional all-new models appear in the Top 100: the Renault Captur lands at #78 with 2,352 units and the Opel Adam comes up at #84 with 2,059 sales.
Other newcomers in the Top 100 are the Hyundai i30 at #88 (+18), Skoda Yeti at #95 (+6), Seat Leon at #97 and the Skoda Octavia at #99 (+10). The Mazda CX-5 is up 139% to #105, Seat Mii up 361% to #110, the Chevrolet Trax lands at #114 with 1,081 units sold, the Dacia Lodgy is up 263% to #115, Lancia Thema up 163% to #123 and the Mercedes CLA (#132) and Peugeot 2008 (#133) are the last all-new models inside the Top 150.
Previous monthly update: Italy June 2013: Renault Clio best-selling foreigner at #5
Full 6 months 2013 Top 150 Ranking Table below.