Spain best-selling cars ranking in 2021 is led by the Seat Arona, followed by the fast-growing Hyundai Tucson and the old leader, the Dacia Sandero.
Since the national Spanish manufacturer was acquired by the Volkswagen group, Spain welcomed the localization of vehicle manufacturing facilities becoming one of the most relevant production hubs in Europe and in the World. The domestic consumer does not recognize Seat as a unique national brand and the market concentration is among the lowest in entire Europe.
The best-selling car ranking is characterized by a wide battle for leadership among several models of different brands.
In 2021 the Seat Arona leads the ranking by rising 5 spots with 21,946 units sold and 2.6% market share, followed by the Hyundai Tucson -up 17 spots-, second with 21,258 units and 2.5% market share, and the Dacia Sandero -down 2 spots- with 20,419 sales and 2.4% share.
In 4th place there is the Peugeot 2008 -up 3 spots- with 19,426 units sold (2.3% share), followed by the Toyota Corolla with 16,983 units (2% share).
In sixth place we have the Peugeot 3008 -up 2 spots- with 16,812 units (2% share) ahead of the Seat Leon -down 5 spots- with 16,692 units (1.9% share), followed by the Volkswagen T-Roc -up 6 spots– with 15,988 units sold (1.9% share).
In ninth place there is the Citroen C3 with 15,948 sales (1.9% share) followed by the Fiat 500 -up 10 spots- with 15,943 (1.9 share%) units.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for Top 50 models.