The Tesla Model tops the ranking of Europe’s best-selling cars in March 2023. Crossovers continue to gain popularity.
The undisputed leadership of the Tesla Model Y in Europe can hardly be called unexpected. Surprising, rather, superiority compared with the closest pursuers. JATO Dynamics gives a figure of 46,061 vehicles sold. This is almost twice as high as that of the silver and bronze winners of the March podium.
The Opel Corsa (Vauxhall Corsa) takes second place with 25,197 sales. A representative Stellantis – the Peugeot 208 – is the third. 23,876 Europeans opted for it.
The Toyota Yaris Cross, Nissan Qashqai, and Volkswagen T-ROC crossovers take from 4th to 6th place.
The Dacia Sandero is the seventh. The FIAT 500, Hyundai Tucson, and Peugeot 2008 round out the last-month TOP 10.
As we can see, more than half of the bestsellers are crossovers, including the Tesla Model Y.
Long-term leaders of the past are losing ground. So, for example, the Volkswagen Golf is only 13th, and the Dacia Duster and Skoda Octavia are 15th and 16th, respectively.