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Mexico Full Year 2014: Now with Top 258 All-models and All-brands

Dodge Vision Mexico 2014. Picture courtesy automotores-rev.comThe Dodge Vision (a rebadged Fiat Gran Siena) lands at #174 in Mexico.

* See the Top 258 All-models and Top 39 All-brands rankings here *

I can now share with you All-models and All-brands rankings for Mexico for the Full Year 2014. Beyond the familiar Top 10 models there is a lot of movement in the ranking this year. In the Top 20, the Chevrolet Matiz is up 30% to #15, the Mazda3 up 17% to #17, the Chevrolet Trax is down two spots to #18 despite sales up 18% and the Ford F-Series (-4% to #19) is now threatened by the Ram Pickup (+16% to #20).

Ram 1500 Canada 2014. Picture courtesy of motortrend.comThe Ram Pickup is now inside the Mexican Top 20.

Helped by the new generation, the Toyota Corolla is up 24% and 5 ranks on 2013 to #22, the Renault Duster gains another 15% to crack the Mexican Top 25, the Nissan X-Trail is up 94% to #28, the Toyota Yaris triples its sales year-on-year thanks to the new model at #36, the Honda City is up 60% to #39, the Jeep Cherokee jumps to #50 for this generation’s first full year in market, the Seat Toledo is up 45% to #61, the Audi A3 up 129% to #68 and the Toyota Highlander up 119% to #69.

Renault Logan Mexico 2014. Picture courtesy autocosmos.comRenault Logan

Looking at the all-new entrants in the Mexican sales charts in 2014, logically Hyundai dominates: the Grand i10 lands at #59, the ix35 ranks 67th and the Elantra 77th. These are the only all-new nameplates in the Top 100. Further down, we find the Renault Logan at #114, the VW Caddy at #150, Lincoln MKC at #156, Mitsubishi Mirage at #164, Peugeot 2008 at #167, Hyundai Sonata at #169, Acura TLX at #173, Dodge Vision at #174 and Porsche Macan at #185.

See the Top 258 All-models and Top 39 All-brands rankings here *

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