World Best Selling Executive Cars in 2019 was still dominated by the Mercedes E Class with a safe gap over the archrival BMW 5 Series and Audi A6. Impressive performance scored by the Peugeot 508, landing in 11th place.
Vehicles included in this ranking are only 3/4/5 doors and wagon, while SUVs and MPVs are reported under the specific segment ranking.
In 2019 the global leader was unchanged from the previous year, thanks to the success of the Mercedes E Class sold in 396.837 units (-0.9%). Despite several predecessors had been on sales since 1953, starting with the new naming strategy applied by Mercedes in early ’90s, the model started production in the 1993 and actually is at the 5th generation (since 2016).
In second place the BMW 5 Series with 361.560 units (-3.2%). Manufactured since 1972, the 5 Series is the second best-selling BMW ever with over 7 million sales globally so far. In February 2017 the 7th generation production began.
In third place the Audi A6 with 238.561 sales (-4.1%) followed by the Skoda Superb with 101.973 units (-21.4%), the Hyundai Grandeur with 100.617 sales (-11%), the Cadillac XTS with 54.144 sales (-35%) and the BMW 7 Series with 52.968 units (-6.7%).
In eight place the Chevrolet Impala with 52.790 sales (-20.4%) ahead of the Volvo S90 with 50.290 (-2.9%) and in 10th place the Toyota Crown with 46.628 units (-46.2%).
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for all Brands, top 10 Manufacturers Group and top 10 Models