B evor Giulia (Alfa) Romeo lead to higher orders The Italians are only allowed to have the Giulietta and the Mito in bulk. It goes without saying that one of them is the bestseller and the other has to lead the red lantern. At Audi, for example, the range is broader and the supporting roles are accordingly distributed differently. The Audi A4 has soared again in its last few days, the R8 only mixes with the traveling people in homeopathic doses.
At BMW, the 1 and 2 series take the rankings of the 3 series as the number 1 draft horse from. The i8 remains exotic. At Citroën, the C4 drives lonely. Dacia can rely on Sandero and Duster and Fiat lives almost exclusively from the success of the 500 series and the Ducato van series, while Ford Fiesta and Focus deliver a close race.
Hyundai have strong SUVs with the ix35 and Nissan to offer with the Qashqai, while at Kia the Sportage is still supported by the Cee'd. Similar picture at Mazda - here the CX-5 drives up, the small car Mazda 2 follows. At Mercedes, the leading star on the bonnet is clearly the C-Class. At Opel, the Astra and Corsa are still strong. Renault can lean on a broad center, with the Clio appearing slightly lighter than the sister models. The brightest of all, however, seems to be the Golf above Wolfsburg, which with the Passat and Polo has even stronger competitors by its side.
You can find all of the manufacturers' top and flop series in the photo show.