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Sweden 1992: Volvo 900 and Saab 9000 on top

Volvo 940 * See 'Read more for the Top 25 best-selling models! Many thanks to Torbjörn for the data * Compared to the 340,000 units reached in 1988, the Swedish car market is at a very weak 154,173 registrations in 1992. Launched in 1990, the Volvo 900 is the best-selling model…

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France 1991: Peugeot 205 keeps Renault Clio at bay

Peugeot 205 * See the Top 217 best-selling models by clicking on 'Read more' at end of post! Many thanks to STAC for making this post possible! * Tough year for new car sales in France with a market down 12% year-on-year at 2,031,274 registrations. Surprise on top: we were expecting…

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Mexico 1991: VW Beetle best-seller

The VW Beetle is the most popular nameplate in Mexico in 1991. 577.764 light vehicles found a buyer in Mexico in 1991, and Volkswagen dominates the market head and shoulders with 27.8% share, distancing Nissan (19.8%), Dodge (18.1%) and Ford (13.4%) with the Top 4 brands holding a whopping 79.1%…

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UK 1990-1991: Ford Fiesta grabs the pole position

Ford Fiesta * See the Top 20/100 best-selling models by clicking on the title! Many thanks to Florian * Completely revamped in 1989, the Ford Fiesta becomes Britain's best selling car in 1990 for the first time in the nameplate's 14-year life, with 151,475 sales. It keeps its title in…

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Sweden 1991: Volvo 900 takes the lead

Volvo 940 * See the Top 50 best-selling models by clicking on the title! Many thanks to Nils * Rare change of guard atop the Swedish models ranking in 1991: for its first full year of sales in the country, the Volvo 900 takes the lead thanks to 15,757 sales…

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Italy 1991: Fiat Uno and Ford Fiesta in command

Fiat Uno * See the Top 10 best-selling models by clicking on the title! * The Italian car market is solid again this year at 2.35 million registrations, and the Fiat Uno lodges another mammoth year with 312,438 units sold for a 13.4% market share. Big change on the podium:…

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