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After detailing preliminary figures for the European Top 20 models and Top 10 brands in January, we now explore the entire market. Final figures confirm the Top 10 brands, with Audi (+15%), Fiat (+14%) and Opel (+12%) he biggest gainers within it. Below and in order of ranking, Mazda (+37%), Suzuki (+21%), Land Rover (+19%), Honda (+48%), Jeep (+32%), Jaguar (+159%), Ssangyong (+68%), Tesla (+45%), Infinti (+50%) and MG (+132%) also impress. Over in the models ranking, there is only one ranking change in the Top 20 compared to the preliminary figures: the Dacia Sandero overtakes the Mercedes C-Class to rank #19 overall.
Just outside, the Skoda Fabia gains 30% to rank #21, the Hyundai Tucson surges 17 spots on December to land at #23 with 11.224 sales, the Kia Sportage is up 19% to #27, the VW Touran up 34% to #34, the Audi Q3 up 48% to #41, Skoda Superb up 76% to #51, BMW X1 up 98% to #52, the Opel Karl up 21 ranks on last month to #58, the Suzuki Vitara up 14 to #59, the Mercedes GLC up 13 to #64 and the Mazda CX-3 up 15 to #89. Among other recent launches, the Fiat Tipo creeps up 39 spots to #163 based solely on its Italian score, the Renault Talisman is down 8 to #168 and the Infiniti Q30 makes its first appearance in the European charts at #250 with 167 sales.
Full January 2016 Top 55 All-brands and Top 333 models below.