As the best-selling SUV car in the world last year, Honda CR-V, Hyundai, and Kia Motors are in the top 10 with three models of the German car brands, with only the Volkswagen Tiguan occupying the fifth place.
The best-selling SUV car blog and global car sales specialist said the CR-V sold 711,069 units, down 3.0 percent from a year ago, surpassing the Toyota Rav4 and Ford Kuga.
Hyundai and Kia dominate the global market, with the Tucson (ix35 nationwide), the Sportage, and Santa Fe ranked fourth, seventh and ninth respectively, and Hyundai and Kia are the only brands to put on three forms in the corresponding top 10. Nissan can. The X-Trail, Renault Duster, and Nissan Qashqai series also saw significant improvements and entered the TOP10.
1. Nissan Qashqai, SUV Recognized in Europe
In November last year, the core-built Nissan Qashqai was developed for the global small car market and sold 367,876 units, down 13.0% from the previous year (42,610 units). Of the 87,448 copies sold in China, 30% less than last year, 203,549 copies were sold in Europe. In the past 7 months, there has been a positive response with 1633 copies sold in Korea and 234 copies per month in Korea.
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2. Hyundai Santa FE Popular in the US
Hyundai’s Santa Fe is up 12.0% (365,319 minutes) from 41,224 minutes, including Max humidity, compared to last year, down 4% to 71,424 minutes, up 21%, and 107,906 minutes, up 86,218 minutes. Cars are sold in Korea, including 77,689 Santa Fe and 8,529 Max Cruises.
3. Renault Duster The powerhouse of a Compact SUV Car
It is a model created by Renault for the world’s cheapest SUV market with various names and brands, such as Duster, Dacia Duster, and Nissan Terrano. Last year’s figure was 427,612 units, an increase of 11.0% over the previous year (384,062 units), while in Europe alone it was 127,708 units (46% ↑).
4. Kia Sportage Best-selling Domestic Car in Europe
The Kia Motors Sportage, which underwent a major overhaul in the second half of the year, recorded 473,248 6% more views than last year, and was in seventh place in Europe, which is 7% more than last year, 96.333%; There’s more. Sales in China decreased by 10% to 44,474, but sales in the United States increased by 30% to 42,945.
5. Nissan X-trail Rising Emerging Powers
The X-Trail compact sports van, along with the 2013 Nissan Rogue, is sixth. Total sales were 488,416 minutes, an increase of 68.0% over the previous year (288,197 minutes). That compares with 199,199 units sold in bars in the United States, up more than 22% when sales in China, which actually started, jumped from 15,327 units in 2013 to 114,459 units last year.
6. Volkswagen Tiguan China Sales Surge
The Volkswagen Tiguan flagship was in fifth place with 497,000 units, a 10% increase over the previous year. In Europe, China rose by 153,300 and 237,404.5% and 19% respectively. Sales on the domestic market also increased by 47.4%, to 8,106 copies, compared to the same period last year (5,500 copies).
7. Hyundai Tucson Small SUV Car
Hyundai Tucson sold 555,765 units, which is 4% more than the year before (537,758), which is 8% less than the Volkswagen Tiguan which ranks fourth in China and 171,411 units, but 5 and 7 in Europe, respectively. percent more (73,507). and the United States (46,306 respectively) narrowed the gap in fifth place in the Tiguan from 84,058 in 2013 to 61,765 last year.
8. Ford SUV Car
Ford’s SUV, the Kuga, ranks third in a group of 634,572, up 15 percent from a year ago. While in the United States 306,212 minutes were sold under the Escape name, sales in China (135,998 minutes) and in Europe (86,321 minutes) were 42% and 31% respectively. It started in Korea in the second half of this year.
9. Toyota Rav4
Toyota’s flagship Rav4 (Vanguard) sold 642,500 units last year, second only to Kuga with 8,000 units. The two models will continue to be very similar in 2013, with a difference of 4,600 units. Although sales in Europe fell slightly to 53,653 units, they remained the most popular with 267,698 units in the United States and 124,680 units in China.
10. Honda CR-V
Honda sold 711,069 units of the CR-V, down 3% from the previous year (736,406 units), but undoubtedly held the top spot in the SUV market. That said, the CR-V became the most popular SUV in the United States, with 335,019 units, or 10%, last year. However, China fell 16% to 168,184 and Europe slowed to 48,934.