G The VW Golf is still the undisputed front. The compact from Wolfsburg can book more than 16,000 new registrations in the month under review. However, compared to the previous month, its quota fell by 10.6 percent. The other models from the VW group within the top 10 also had to give up a lot, the diesel scandal certainly also plays a role here.
Declines for VW models
The VW The Passat and the Audi A4 as well as the VW Polo recorded declines of 18.3 percent, 11.9 percent and 12.2 percent, respectively. Likewise the VW Tiguan with a 22.0 percent decline. After all, the Audi A3 (6th place), Skoda Octavia (7th place) and the Audi A6 (10th place) stand out with positive increases. What is striking, however: The Mercedes C-Class comes in second place with 6,868 new registrations and an increase in registrations of over 20 percent; the Passat usually already ranks here. The BMW 5 Series in 9th place also recorded an increase of 73.2 percent.
In the further course of our top 50, the VW models with the exception of the VW Up stand out with negative signs. In addition to the BMW 5 Series mentioned above, the biggest winners in the registration statistics include the Mercedes E-Class with plus 50.4 percent (11th place), the Opel Mokka (17th place) with plus 59.7 percent and the Mercedes GLC in 19th place Rank with an increase in admissions of 60.3 percent. Furthermore, the Renault Captur with 83.7 percent and the Mitsubishi Spacestar with a 137.5 percent increase are among the newcomers of the month - even if the absolute numbers are rather low.
Japanese hardly play a role in the month July
The strongest Spaniard in the ranking is the Seat Leon in 18th place, the best Italian in the Fiat 500 in 28th, the Japanese with the above-mentioned Spacestar in 37th and the Hyundai Tucson in 36th place holds the flag for Korea high. France? Yes, we did too, with the Renault Captur in 26th place.
You can see all models from the Top 50 in July in the photo show.