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This is a list of the bestselling vehicle nameplates in automotive history since the introduction of the Benz Patent Motorwagen in 1886. Wherever possible, references to verify the claims have been included, however even figures given by manufacturers may have a degree of inaccuracy. Also note that a single vehicle can be sold concurrently under several nameplates in different markets; in these circumstances manufacturers often provide only cumulative sales figures for all models and this has been noted in each case. Vehicles listed in italics are those who achieved their figures through sales of a single generation without any major redesign. The most common distinction is to refer to these specifically as the "bestselling vehicles", as opposed to those whose sales have been achieved through perpetuation of the model name across several generations. This page includes both. Please note that this list is neither definitive, nor comprehensive.

Bestselling nameplates

  1. Toyota Corolla (1966–present) — Up to 37,000,000; the bestselling car worldwide in 2005 (1.36 million), and the bestselling car in Japanmarker in 36 of the last 40 years.
  2. Ford F-Series (1948–present) — USAmarker's bestselling vehicle for 23 consecutive years; over 32,000,000 in eleven generations.
  3. Volkswagen Golf (1974–present) — became Volkswagen's bestseller in 2002; over 26,000,000 in five generations up to 2006.
  4. Volkswagen Beetle (1938–2003) — 21,529,464; the bestselling single design in history, and the first car to reach twenty million sales.
  5. Ford Escort (1968–2003) — in six generations, almost 20,000,000 worldwide; Ford's bestselling car nameplate.
  6. Fiat 124 (1966–present) — in a single design, almost 20,000,000 worldwide; including sales of licensed or derivative versions by PAL-Premier in India, SEAT in Spain, Lada in Russiamarker, Tofas in Turkey, Asia Motors in Korea, SOMACA in Morocco and Neckarmarker in Germany;
  7. Honda Civic (1972–present) — over 16,500,000 in eight generations.
  8. Ford Model T (1908–27) — 16,500,000; A single design, and the first to sell five, ten and fifteen million cars.
  9. Nissan Sunny / Sentra / Pulsar (1966–present) — over 16,000,000 in ten generations.
  10. Volkswagen Passat (1973–present) — over 15,000,000 in five generations.
  11. Lada Riva (1980–present) — 13,500,000 until exports to Western Europe were discontinued in 1997; production continues in both Russiamarker and Egyptmarker.
  12. Chevrolet Impala (1958–present) — over 13,000,000 between its introduction and 1996; the bestselling full-size car in history, and the bestselling car in America in a single year (more than one million in 1965). All over eight generations
  13. Ford Fiesta (1976–present) — over 12,000,000 in six generations.
  14. Chrysler minivans (1984–present) — over 12,000,000 across four marques and five generations; Chrysler (Town and Country, Voyager), Dodge (Caravan), Plymouth (Voyager), and Volkswagen (Routan)
  15. Oldsmobile Cutlass (1961–99) — 11,900,000 across several platforms and six generations.
  16. Opel Kadett (1962–91) - 11,685,388 in five generations , including the Kadett-based Vauxhall Astra.
  17. Opel Corsa (1982–present) — over 11,000,000 in three generations up to 2002, including "Corsa-based vehicles".
  18. Mazda Familia (1963–2003) — also badged as the Protegé and 323; over 10,000,000 in the first eight generations to 1995.
  19. Toyota Camry (1983–present) — over 10,000,000 in five generations.
  20. BMW 3 series (1977–present) — over 9,500,000 in the first four generations to 2005. The best selling vehicle from a premium brand.
  21. Fiat Uno (1983–present) — approximately 8,800,000 worldwide to 2004 in two generations; sold over six million in Europe before being replaced in 1995.
  22. Renault Clio (1990–present) — the bestselling Frenchmarker car; 8,535,280 in the first two generations up to 2005.
  23. Honda Accord (1976–present) — over 8,000,000 of the first six generations up to 2002 in North America, not including global sales elsewhere.
  24. Renault 4 (1961–92) — over 8,000,000 of a single design.
  25. Ford Mustang (1964–present) — over 9,000,000 in five generations.
  26. Fiat 127 (1971–85) — Fiatmarker's first supermini, over 7,500,000, in two generations, including sales of licensed or derivative versions by SEAT in Spain, Zastava in Serbia and Fiat 147 model in Argentina and Brazil.
  27. Dodge Dart/Plymouth Valiant (1960-1976) — over 7,700,000 (4 million Valiant, 3.7 million Dart) compact cars, best selling of original US compacts. Not including rebranded Aspen, Volare or derivatives.
  28. Opel Astra (1991–present) — over 7,000,000 of the first two generations up to 2001, not including Kadett-based Astra in UKmarker from 1984.
  29. Ford Taurus (1986–present) — approximately 7,400,000 in five generations.
  30. Volkswagen Jetta (1980–present) - approximately 6,600,000 in four generations.
  31. Fiat Punto (1993–present) — over 6,500,000 in two generations up to 2005.
  32. Fiat Panda (1980–present) — over 6,000,000 in two generations (produced still).
  33. Mitsubishi Lancer (1973–present) — over 6,000,000 in the first seven generations to the end of 2006.
  34. Buick LeSabre (1959–2005) — over 6,000,000 over eight generations.
  35. Chevrolet Cavalier (1982–2005) — estimated to be over 6,000,000 in three generations; 6,439,768 were sold up to 2005 in the US.
  36. Ford Explorer (1991–present) — over 5,500,000 in four generations.
  37. Mini (1959–2000) — the bestselling Britishmarker-made car; 5,505,874 in a single design.
  38. Renault 5 (1972–96) — 5,471,709 in two generations.
  39. Peugeot 206 (1998–present) — over6,000,000 in a single generation to 2006; PSA Peugeot Citroën's bestselling car.
  40. Peugeot 205 (1983–98) — over 5,278,000 in a single generation.
  41. Ford Focus (1998–present) — over 5,000,000 in two generations.
  42. Ford Crown Victoria (1955–56, 1980–present) — over 5,000,000 in two generations.
  43. Ford E-Series (1961–present) — formerly known as the Econoline; over 5,000,000.
  44. Ford Ranger (1983–present) — over 5,000,000.
  45. Mitsubishi Galant (1969–present) — estimated to be over 5,000,000 in nine generations; up to 1997, 4.9 million were sold.
  46. Volkswagen Gol (1980–present) — Brazilmarker's bestselling car for 21 consecutive years; over 5,000,000 in five generations.
  47. Chevrolet Camaro (1967–2002) — almost 4,800,000 in four generations.
  48. Fiat 126 (1973-2000) - 4,673,655 in a single design. Made by Fiat Italy - Fiat Poland & Fiat Steyr
  49. Opel Vectra (1988–present) — 4,500,000 in the first two generations up to 2002, also including UKmarker sales as the Vauxhall Cavalier.
  50. Opel Ascona (1970–88) — 4,400,000 in three generations, including the UKmarker-market Vauxhall Cavalier, and the South African-market Chevrolet Ascona.
  51. Ford Model A (1927–31) — 4,320,446 sales for the successor to the Ford Model T.
  52. Ford Cortina (1962–82) — over 4,300,000 in five generations.
  53. Jeep CJ/Jeep Wrangler (1941-Present) - Over 4,000,000 in ten distinct generations, with many derivatives being produced for military and civilian use over that period.
  54. Toyota Land Cruiser (1953–present) — over 4,000,000 in five generations.
  55. Pontiac Grand Am (1973–75, 1978–80, 1985–2006) — Pontiac's bestselling nameplate; over 4,000,000 in five generations.
  56. Hindustan Ambassador (1958–present) — Indianmarker-built version of the Morris Oxford; almost 4,000,000 in a single generation to 2004.
  57. Citroën 2CV (1948–90) — 3,872,583 in a single design; including commercial variants, the total figure is approximately nine million.
  58. Fiat 500 (1957–75) — known as the Nuova to distinguish it from the earlier Topolino; 3,600,000 in a single design.
  59. Zaporozhets (1960–94) — 3,422,444.
  60. Fiat 1100 (1953–2000) — over 3,200,000, including sales of licensed or derivative versions by PAL Premier in India, Fiat Concord in Argentina and Fiat Neckar in Germany.
  61. Ford Falcon (1960–present) — over 3,000,000 in six generations to 2003, almost exclusively in Australia and New Zealandmarker.
  62. Subaru Legacy (1988–present) — over 3,000,000 in four generations to 2005, including Australian sales as the Subaru Liberty.
  63. Trabant (1957–91) — over 3,000,000 built by VEB Sachsenring in Zwickaumarker, Saxonymarker until the reunification of Germany led to the closure of the factory.
  64. Peugeot 504 (1968–2006) — more than 3,000,000 built by Peugeot in Francemarker, Argentinamarker, Chinamarker, Kenyamarker and Nigeriamarker.
  65. Jeep Cherokee (1984–present) — 2,884,172 in North America until 2001; production continues in Chinamarker.
  66. Volvo 200 series (1974–93) — 2,862,573 in a single generation; the bestselling car built in Swedenmarker.
  67. Ford Sierra (1982–93) - approximately 2,700,500 across two generations.
  68. Mercedes-Benz S-Class (1965–present) — approximately 2,700,000 of the first five generations since the Mercedes-Benz W108; the world's bestselling premium automobile.
  69. Holden Commodore (1978–present) — 2,500,000 in the first four generations up to 2008.
  70. Peugeot 405 (1988–97) — 2,500,000 vehicles have been sold worldwide.
  71. Suzuki Wagon R (1993–present) — Japanmarker's bestselling kei car; over 2,500,000 in three generations to June 2006.
  72. Honda CR-V (1996–present) — approximately 2,500,000 to September 2006, claims to be the bestselling "entry level crossover SUV".
  73. Mitsubishi Pajero (1982–present) — also known as the Montero and Shogun in various export markets; approximately 2,500,000 of the first three generations.
  74. Pontiac Firebird (1967–2002) — approximately 2,500,000 in four generations.
  75. Renault 12 (1969—2005) — approximately 2,500,000 in one generation, sold as Renault or rebadged as Dacia 1300.
  76. Maruti 800 (1984–present) — a rebadged Suzuki Alto, and the current bestselling car in Indiamarker; 2,400,000 of a single generation.
  77. Renault Twingo (1993–present) - 2,400,000 sold.
  78. Fiat 125 (1967–1991) — in a single design, 2,335,000 worldwide; including sales of licensed or derivative versions by Polski Fiat in Poland, Fiat Concord in Argentina, Lada in Russiamarker, Zastava in Serbia, SOMACA in Morocco and Neckarmarker in Germany;
  79. BMC ADO16 (1962–74) — 2,167,783 made under the brand names of Austin, Morris, MG, Riley, Vanden Plas and Wolseley.
  80. Simca 1100 (1967–85) — 2,139,400, including a small amount of CKD kits and commercial versions; in later years the vehicle was sold as the Talbot-Simca 1100.
  81. Chevrolet Vega (1971—77) — 1,966,157 in a single generation. includes Cosworth Vega Twin-Cam (1975–76) — 3,508
  82. Rover Metro (1980–98) — first sold as the Austin Mini Metro and later Rover 100; 2,078,218.
  83. Simca 1000 (1961–78) — 1,935,098.
  84. Mercedes-Benz W201 (1983–93) — known as the Mercedes 190; 1,879,629 in a single generation.
  85. Chevrolet Corvair (1960–69) — 1,835,170 in a two generations-only 6000 produced final year.
  86. Nissan Maxima (1981–present) — 1,700,000 in the first five generations up to 2001.
  87. Nissan Z-cars (1969–98, 2003–present) — 1,685,000 in five generations up to 2005; World's bestselling sports car.
  88. Volkswagen Santana (1984–present) — over 1,670,000 Chinesemarker made models in a single generation, the best selling Chinese made car.
  89. Peugeot 204 (1965-1976) -- 1,604,296 produced.
  90. Nissan Micra (1982–present) — European version the Nissan March; 1,550,000 units built by UK plantmarker in Sunderlandmarker since 1992.
  91. Vauxhall Viva (1963–79) — 1,501,353 in three generations.
  92. Citroën DS (1955–76) — 1,455,746; sold 12,000 in a single day upon release at the 1955 Paris Motor Show.


  1. Morris Minor (1948–71) — 1,368,291 in a single generation of saloons, estates, vans, pickup trucks and convertibles.
  2. Chevrolet Corvette (1953–present) — 1,302,401 of the first five generations sold to 2003.
  3. Nissan Primera (1990–present) — 1,271,887 in three generations.
  4. Zastava Skala (1971–2008) - 1,273,532
  5. Autobianchi A112 (1969–86) — 1,254,178; also marketed as Lancia A112 in some markets and periods.
  6. Volvo 140 (1966–74) — 1,252,371 in a single generation.
  7. Volvo 700 series (1982–92) — 1,239,222 in a single generation.
  8. Morris Marina (1971–80) — 1,163,116 of a single genertation.
  9. Buick Riviera (1963-99) — 1,127,261 built over eight generations.
  10. Renault 4CV (1946–61) — 1,105,547 of a single design; the first Frenchmarker car to achieve more than one million sales.
  11. Volvo 300 series (1976–91) — 1,086,405 in a single generation.
  12. Volvo S40 / V40 (1995–2004) — 1,000,034 in a single generation.
  13. Honda Fit (2001–present) — over 1,000,000 in a single generation, including export sales as the Honda Jazz; the bestselling car in Japanmarker, and the first in that country to outsell the Toyota Corolla since 1969.
  14. Toyota Prius (1997–present) — the first and bestselling mass-produced hybrid vehicle; approximately 1,000,000 worldwide in three generations to May 2008.
  15. Mazda Axela (2003–present) — Mazda's fastest ever seller, 1,000,000 in three years; known as the Mazda 3 in most markets outside Japanmarker.
  16. Mazda 6 (2002–present) — Mazda's previous fastest seller; 1,000,000 in four years.
  17. Mazda MPV (1988–present) — 1,000,000 in three generations.
  18. Hyundai Elantra (1991–present) — 1,000,000 in the first three generations to 2006; also sold as the Lantra and Avante.
  19. Dodge Aries / Plymouth Reliant (1981–89) — known as the 'K-cars' after their common platform; 972,216 in a single generation between the two marques.
  20. Lincoln Town Car (1981–present) — one of the bestselling luxury cars in the United States. 944,030 were sold between 1994 and 2005.
  21. Tata Indica (1998–present) — The first indigenous car launched in India and best selling indigenous Indian car ever. 940,000 were sold between 1998 and 2008.
  22. Saab 900 (1978–93) — Saab's bestseller; 908,810 in a single generation of sedan, hatchbacks and convertibles.
  23. BMW 02 series (1966–1977) — 861,940 in a single generation of sedan, hatchbacks and convertibles.
  24. Mazda RX-7 (1978–2002) — Mazda's bestselling and longest running rotary engined sportscar; 811,634 in a three generations.
  25. Jaguar XJ (1968–74) — 800,000 sold over three generations.
  26. Yugo (1981–2008) - 794,428 produced
  27. Dacia Logan/MCV/Van (2004–present) — 783,283 from launch in 2004


  1. Mazda MX-5 (1989–present) — also known as the Miata and Eunos Roadster; almost 750,000 in the first two generations to 2005, verified by the Guinness Book of Records as the bestselling two-seater, convertible (open top) sports car in history.
  2. Chevrolet Monza (1975-80) — 731,504 in a single generation
  3. Alfa Romeo 156 (1997-2005) — 680,000 in a single generation,with two facelifts.
  4. AMC Gremlin (1970–78) — 671,475 of a single generation.
  5. Austin Allegro (1973–83) — 642,350 of a single generation, either as a hatchback or estate.
  6. MG F (1995–2005) — over 641,000 made in two generations. The bestselling two-seater sports car in history before the Mazda MX-5.
  7. Morris Oxford (1913–71) — 640,263 made over ten generations.
  8. Porsche 911 (1963–present) — best selling and longest running Porsche in history; 639,532 produced over six generations.
  9. Austin Maestro (1983–94) — 605,411 in a single generation; performance variants also sold under the MG marque.
  10. Mercedes-Benz SL-Class (1954–present) — 600,000 produced over five generations.
  11. Austin Montego (1984–94) — 571,460 in a single generation; performance variants also sold under the MG marque.
  12. MG MGB (1962–80) — 514,852 made in coupe and roadster variations.
  13. Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class (1997–present) — 500,000 produced over two generations.
  14. Volkswagen Karmann Ghia (1955–75) — 486,927 built in Germanymarker (445,238) and Brazilmarker (41,689) over two generations
  15. Lancia Dedra (1989–2000) - 418,084 in a single generation.


  1. Rover 800 (1986–99) — 317,126 made in two generations.
  2. Nissan 240SX (1989–98) — 259,730 made for the US specification cars over two generations, does not account for other production of Silvia, 180SX and 200SX.
  3. MG Midget (1961–79) — total of 226,001 produced over a single generation
  4. Porsche Boxster (1996–present) — 200,000 produced over two generations.
  5. Porsche 944 (1982–91) — 163,192 of a single generation
  6. Porsche 924 (1976–88) — 152,081 of a single generation
  7. Pontiac Astre (1975-1977) — 147,773 in a single generation
  8. Honda S series (1963–70, 1999-present) — accounting for two different generations (S600, S500, S800 and S2000), 134,856 produced.
  9. Honda T series (1963–67) — 119,146 produced over a single generation.
  10. Austin-Healey Sprite (1958–71) — total of 129,347 produced over three generations
  11. Buick Skyhawk (1975-80) — 125,311 in a single generation
  12. Porsche 914 (1969–76) — 118,978 of a single generation
  13. Porsche 356 (1948–65) — 76,313 produced from 1948 through 1965.
  14. Honda Airwave (2005–06) — 76,099 sold.
  15. Jaguar E-Type (1961–74) — 72,529 sold.
  16. Porsche 928 (1978–95) — 61,056 of a single generation
  17. Matra Rancho (1977–1984) — 57,792 sold.
  18. Honda Beat (1991–1996) — best selling sports Kei car (and best selling of the first wave microsportscars nicknamed the ) or , 33,600 produced.
  19. BMW 8 Series (1989–99) — total of 30,609 produced.
  20. Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow (1965–80) — total of 29,030 produced over a single generation, best selling Rolls-Royce
  21. Suzuki Cappuccino (1991–1997) — longest running of the first wave microsportscars nicknamed the or , 28,010 produced.
  22. Alpine A coupes (1955–95) — total of over 26,734 produced, excluding licensed versions. Accounting for over 150 A106s, 177 A108s, over 7,500 for the A110, 11,616 GTA/A610 and 7,291 GTA/A610 produced.
  23. Dodge Viper (1992–present) — over 25,000 produced over two generations.
  24. Lotus Elise (1996–present) — bestselling Lotus in history; over 20,000 produced over two generations to December 2004.
  25. Ferrari 360 (1999–2004) — bestselling Ferrarimarker in history; over 17,000 coupés and convertibles.
  26. Honda NSX (1990–2006) — total of 19,005 produced.
  27. Porsche 968 (1982–91) — 12,776 of a single generation
  28. Rolls-Royce Phantom (1925-39, 1950-1991, 2003-present) — total of 11,742 produced over seven generations, including its recent Drophead Coupé variant, the longest running Rolls-Royce nameplate.
  29. Maserati Quattroporte (1963–1969, 1974–2000, 2004–present) — total of 11,350 produced over six generations
  30. Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit (1980–95) — total of 9,626 produced over a single generation
  31. Rolls-Royce Silver Spur (1980–98) — total of 8,934 produced over a single generation
  32. Lamborghini Gallardo (2004–present) — bestselling Lamborghini in history; 8,588 coupés and convertibles to the end of 2008.
  33. Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost (1906-26) — total of 7,874 produced over a single generationThe Rolls-Royce Motor Car. Anthony Bird and Ian Hallows. Batsford Books. 2002 ISBN 0-7134-8749-6
  34. Bentley S series (1955–65) — total of 7,476 produced over three different model variants (S1, S2 and S3), best selling Bentley
  35. Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud (1955–66) — total of 7,372 produced over a single generation
  36. Bentley Turbo R (1985–98) — total of 7,280 produced over a single generation, also accounts for the RT variant
  37. De Tomaso Pantera (1970–91) — total of 7,260 produced over a single generation, longest running and best selling De Tomaso
  38. Aston Martin DB7 (1993–2003) — bestselling Aston Martin in history; 7,000 produced.
  39. Rolls-Royce Corniche (1971–96, 2000-2002) — total of 6,783 produced over two generations, including its Bentley variant
  40. Jensen Interceptor (1950-57, 1966–76) — total of 6,496 produced over two generations
  41. Bentley Mark VI (1946–52) — total of 5,208 produced over a single generation
  42. Lamborghini Diablo (1990–2001) — total of 2,884 produced over a single generation, best selling Lamborghini at the time
  43. Bentley T-series (1965–80) — total of 2,436 produced over a single generation of all variants
  44. Bentley 3.5 Litre (1933–39) — total of 2,411 produced over a single generation
  45. Bentley R Type (1952–55) — total of 2,323 produced over a single generation
  46. Lamborghini Countach (1974–1989) — total of 2,042 produced over a single generation, longest running Lamborghini nameplate
  47. Bentley Mulsanne (1980–02) — total of 2,019 produced.
  48. Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith (1946–59) — total of 1,883 produced over a single generation
  49. Bentley Eight (1984–92) — total of 1,736 produced over a single generation
  50. Bentley 3 Litre (1921–29) — total of 1,622 produced over a single generation
  51. Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph (1998–2002) — total of 1,570 produced over a single generation
  52. Porsche Carrera GT (2004–06) — total of 1,270 produced, the biggest selling supercar of recent times.


See also



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