The Corolla was by far the most popular vehicle in the previous year with 1,134,632 units delivered.
Toyota‘s model also recorded a slight drop in sales of 8.8%, but that was enough to keep the first position. In second place is another Toyota RAV4 with 971,156 units delivered and sales growth of 1.9%. The podium was rounded off by the Honda CR-V with 705,651 cars sold (-13.2%).
Fourth place went to Honda’s Civic, which reached 697,945 owners (-16.3%), followed by Volkswagen Tiguan with 607,121 registrations (-18.8%). Sixth-placed is again Toyota‘s model, this time the Camry, which recorded 592,648 delivered units, which is 13.2% lower than the one achieved in 2019.
In 2020, as many as 544,376 consumers decided to buy a Nissan Sylphi with significant sales growth of 14.4%, which was enough for seventh place on this prestigious top list. Furthermore, the eighth position belonged to the most popular car in Europe – Volkswagen Golf. The Golf reached 492,262 four-wheelers sold during the previous year with a serious minus of 28.6%.
In ninth place is Volkswagen’s Lavida model with 463,804 units delivered (-13%), and the top 10 was rounded off by one South Korean model, the Hyundai Tucson. In 2020, Tucson achieved 462,110 registrations (-14.6%).