Volkswagen Golf becomes the best-selling European in JulyAugust 27, 2020
The leader of the previous two months, the French Renault Clio, this time became the second.
Experts of the analytical agency published data on the best-selling cars in Europe in July this year. Leadership in the rating was returned to itself by the compact German car Volkswagen Golf, which sold 31,169 copies (-3%). The second place was taken by the leader in May and June Renault Clio – the brand’s dealers were able to sell 25,054 such cars. At the same time, the growth in demand for the model grew by 26%, and 89% of sales fell on the new generation.
The “bronze” of the rating goes to the Czech Skoda Octavia with a score of 22,569 units. and sales growth of 18%. The compact Peugeot 208 became the fourth (20 520 units, + 19%), and the Renault Captur crossover (20 361 units, + 39%) complements the TOP-5. The fourth position goes to the French Peugeot 2008, which was chosen by 20,006 European residents. It was this model that showed the best dynamics among the leaders – plus 56%.
In seventh place is the Volkswagen T-Roc popular among Europeans, which sold 19,977 units last month. (+ 12%).
Opel / Vauxhall Corsa (19 902 units, + 3%) took the eighth place in the rating.
It was followed by Dacia Sandero (19,219 units, -8%), and the Volkswagen Tiguan crossover (19,204 units, -3%) closes the top ten of the most popular cars in Europe.
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