Here the best-selling cars on September 21

Here the best-selling cars on September 21


During the past month of September European sales of new vehicles registered a significant decrease of 25% according to the data provided by JATO Dynamics until reaching a total volume of 964,800 units delivered to new customers.

Gasoline vehicles remained stable in the first position although achieving a lower market share than usual while Diesel was the main loser of the boom “electrified”, registering a decrease of 51% until reaching just over 167 thousand units.

Here the best-selling cars on September 21

Another highlight of the month of September was the unstoppable increase in the registrations of SUVs and SUVs, already achieving 46.5% of sales in the old continent. Traditional bodies are losing prominence and it does not seem that the trend can change in a short period of time.

Here the best-selling cars on September 21

TOP 80 EUROPEAN MODELS SEPT 2021

  1. Tesla Model 3 24,591
  2. Renault Clio 18.264
  3. Dacia Sandero 17,988
  4. VW Golf 17.507
  5. Opel / Vauxhall Corsa 15.502
  6. Fiat 500 15.043
  7. Peugeot 2008 14,931
  8. Hyundai Tucson 14,088
  9. Peugeot 208 13,895
  10. Renault Captur 13,715
  11. Toyota Yaris 13,681
  12. Citroën C3 13,521
  13. Toyota Corolla 12.648
  14. Dacia Duster 12,429
  15. VW Polo 12.399
  16. BMW 3 Series 11.303
  17. Hyundai Kona 10,763
  18. Kia Niro 10,408
  19. Ford Puma 10,288
  20. Toyota RAV4 10,070
  21. VW T-Roc 9.978
  22. Opel / Vauxhall Mokka 9699
  23. VW T-Cross 9,396
  24. Nissan Qashqai 9,390
  25. Ford Focus 9,251
  26. Kia Sportage 9.029
  27. BMW X3 9.003
  28. Tesla Model Y 8,973
  29. Fiat Panda 8,676
  30. Peugeot 3008 8,610
  31. VW ID.3 8.321
  32. Toyota Aygo 8.254
  33. Kia Ceed 8,107
  34. Audi Q3 7,868
  35. Toyota C-HR 7,671
  36. MINI Hatch 7,484
  37. Skoda Fabia 7.255
  38. Kia Picanto 7.177
  39. Renault Arkana 6.971
  40. Nissan Juke 6.944
  41. VW Tiguan 6,882
  42. Suzuki Swift 6,877
  43. Audi Q5 6,872
  44. SEAT Leon 6,837
  45. Volvo XC40 6,647
  46. Ford Kuga 6,621
  47. Renault ZOE 6.610
  48. Citroën C4 6.534
  49. Kia Stonic 6,438
  50. Mercedes A-Class 6.255
  51. Hyundai i20 6.165
  52. SEAT Arona 6.164
  53. Skoda Enyaq 6.007
  54. BMW 1 Series 5,949
  55. Mazda CX-30 5,934
  56. BMW X1 5.906
  57. Skoda Octavia 5,790
  58. Hyundai i10 5,696
  59. Ford Fiesta 5,622
  60. Skoda Kamiq 5.572
  61. VW Up! 5,646
  62. Opel / Vauxhall Crossland 5.540
  63. Audi A3 5,444
  64. Kia Xceed 5,418
  65. Opel / Vauxhall Astra 5,235
  66. Cupra Formentor 5.110
  67. Honda Jazz 5,082
  68. SEAT Ibiza 4,941
  69. Suzuki Ignis 4.877
  70. BMW X5 4,855
  71. Jeep Compass 4,844
  72. Jeep Renegade 4,756
  73. Skoda Karoq 4.698
  74. VW ID.4 4,620
  75. Volvo XC60 4,536
  76. Hyundai i30 4,461
  77. MG ZS 4.336
  78. BMW 5 Series 4.355
  79. Mercedes CLA 4.314
  80. Dacia Spring 4.166
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The market is changing faster than we thought and this is partly due to the Northern European markets that have managed to boost sales of alternative vehicles. To the higher per capita income must be added the many bonuses and advantages they have, being highly incentivized products.

Here the best-selling cars on September 21

Among the models that shone the most in September, it should be noted Tesla Model Y which had a very good month, although logically thanks to the pre-reservations. Very good the MG ZS which already has an important place among the best sellers on the market, and also special mention for the Dacia spring that sneaks into the Top80.

Here the best-selling cars on September 21

Other products that have been representative were the Renault Arkana, Citroën C3, Suzuki Swift, Jeep Renegade and Cupra Formentor. The SEAT León drops quite a few places but we must not forget that the 1,232 units with the Cupra seal are not included, something that would make it jump from 44th to 34th place.

[Fuente: JATO Dynamics]

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