The most popular models of cars in different countries

The most popular models of cars in different countries

The British website WharCar prepared an interesting rating. Journalists published the most popular models of cars in different countries of the world in the history of the automotive industry.

World leaders are well-known: Toyota Corolla (more than 44 million released auto) and Ford F-Series and Volkswagen Golf (35 million). But the information on the countries we see for the first time and publish the rating. By the way, there is Ukraine.

  • USA – Ford F Series (30 million cars since 1948)
  • Russia – VAZ-2104/2105/2107 (15 million cars in 1980-2015)
  • Japan – Toyota Corolla (12.65 million since 1966)
  • Brazil – Volkswagen Gol/Pointer (8 million since 1980)
  • Germany – Volkswagen Golf (7 million since 1974)
  • Czech Republic – Skoda Octavia (6.4 million since 1996)
  • UK – Ford Fiesta (4.5 million since 1974)
  • Canada – Ford F Series (4.2 million since 1948)
  • Italy – Fiat Uno (4 million in 1983-1994)
  • India – Hindustan Ambassador (4 million in 1958-2014)
  • Ukraine – Cossacks (3.4 million in 1960-1994)
  • Poland – Fiat 126p (3.3 million in 1973-2000)
  • Australia – Ford Falcon (3 million in 1960-2016)
  • France – Renault Clio (3 million since 1990)
  • China – Volkswagen Santana (3 million 1984-2013)
  • Mexico – Volkswagen Beetle (1.7 million in 1948-2003)
  • Malaysia – Perodua Myvi (1.5 million since 2005)
  • South Africa – Toyota Corolla (1.1 million since 1966)
  • Spain – SEAT Ibiza (1.1 million since 1984)
  • Sweden – Volvo 200 Series (1 million in 1974-1993)
  • Romania – Dacia 1300 (1969-2004 1 million)
  • Austria – Volkswagen Golf (900 thousand since 1974)
  • Belgium – Volkswagen Golf (572 thousand in 1974)
  • Turkey – Renault Symbol (330 thousand)1999
  • Qatar – Toyota Land Cruiser (220 thousand Since 1951)
  • Ireland – Ford Focus (150 thousand in 1998)
  • Kuwait Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (135 thousand in 1990)
  • Portugal – Renault Clio (130 thousand in 1990)
  • Finland – Skoda Octavia (105 thousand in 1996)
  • Hungary – Skoda Octavia (35 thousand in 1996)
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