Dossier, the 80 best-selling models in Turkey during the first half

Dossier, the 80 best-selling models in Turkey during the first half

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During the first semester of this year 2020 new vehicle registrations in Turkey registered a significant 30.2% increase compared to the same period of the previous year until reaching a total volume of 203,595 units delivered to new customers.

By fuel types gasoline vehicles managed to gain a lot of ground to become the public’s favorite, something that had not happened for 40 years. In total 101,998 gasoline vehicles were delivered compared to 86,684 diesel. 9,036 gas, 5,704 hybrids and 173 electric were also sold.

Dossier, the 80 best-selling models in Turkey during the first half

Most users in Turkey choose to an automatic transmission, reaching 69.6% of the quota (141,750 units). It is also common for engines have a cylinder capacity of less than 1.6 liters (95.1% share) and when we talk about the type, the most demanded is a small-compact three-volume sedan, followed by crossovers.

Dossier, the 80 best-selling models in Turkey during the first half

TOP 80 MODELS JAN-JUN 2020

  1. Fiat Egea 24,779
  2. Renault Clio 21,665
  3. Renault Mégane 14,228
  4. VW Passat 10,250
  5. Toyota Corolla 9,891
  6. Honda Civic 7,729
  7. Peugeot 3008 6,213
  8. Dacia Duster 5,752
  9. Hyundai Tucson 4,509
  10. Ford Focus 4,494
  11. Citroën C5 Aircross 4,329
  12. Peugeot 2008 4,060
  13. Opel Astra 3,713
  14. Opel Corsa 3,614
  15. Audi A3 3,071
  16. Dacia Sandero 2,758
  17. Skoda Superb 2,750
  18. SEAT León 2,630
  19. VW Golf 2,588
  20. Kia Sportage 2,449
  21. Hyundai i20 2,235
  22. VW T-Roc 2,174
  23. Mercedes C-Class 2,146
  24. VW Polo 2,031
  25. Skoda Karoq 1,920
  26. Opel Grandland X 1,867
  27. Skoda Scala 1,821
  28. Citroën C3 Aircross 1,767
  29. VW Tiguan 1,721
  30. Citroën C3 1,714
  31. Nissan Qashqai 1,626
  32. Opel Crossland X 1,569
  33. Hyundai Kona 1,429
  34. Mercedes A-Class 1,368
  35. Mercedes E-Class 1,243
  36. Toyota C-HR 1,229
  37. Citroën C-Elysée 1,170
  38. Jeep Renegade 1,158
  39. Peugeot 301 1,154
  40. Peugeot 508 1,133
  41. Peugeot 208 1,109
  42. Skoda Kodiaq 1,109
  43. BMW 3-Series 1,078
  44. Opel Insignia 1,010
  45. Peugeot 308 1,004
  46. Dacia Lodgy 930
  47. SEAT Ateca 915
  48. Audi Q2 825
  49. Audi A4 765
  50. Hyundai Elantra 752
  51. LR Range Rover 704
  52. Mercedes CLA 644
  53. Suzuki Vitara 633
  54. BMW 5 Series 595
  55. Volvo XC90 578
  56. Kia Rio 568
  57. Peugeot 5008 568
  58. Ford EcoSport 562
  59. BMW X1 537
  60. Suzuki Swift 528
  61. BMW 1 Series 518
  62. SEAT Ibiza 489
  63. BMW 2 Series 473
  64. Volvo XC40 461
  65. Volvo XC60 460
  66. Kia Stonic 447
  67. Kia Picanto 447
  68. SEAT Arona 447
  69. Ford Kuga 438
  70. Audi A6 380
  71. Jeep Compass 362
  72. Nissan X-Trail 354
  73. Nissan Micra 342
  74. Dacia Logan 338
  75. Honda CR-V 298
  76. Toyota Yaris 288
  77. Renault Kadjar 285
  78. MINI Countryman 272
  79. Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 242
  80. Ford Fiesta 235

He Fiat Egea It is the most popular model in this 2020 thanks to the variety of bodies and being considered a national product. It should not be forgotten that local production models manage to prevail, highlighting in addition to the Egea, Clio, Civic, Mégane Grand Coupé and Corolla Sedan.

Dossier, the 80 best-selling models in Turkey during the first half

Other featured models in this first half of 2020 were the Citroën C5 Aircross, Skoda Superb, SEAT León and Volkswagen T-Roc. He T-Cross curiously not available in this country while the Octavia, usually in high demand, awaits the new generation (there are no units of the old).

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