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Top 50: Best Selling Cars Of All Time

Updated on February 20, 2009

Introduction

With all the millions of cars made and sold over the last 100 years, what are the best selling? This Top 50 has all the biggest sellers from around the world. The info on sales has been found all over the net to compile a current list of the big sellers.

Any car with only one date and a + after the number is currently in production. The Chevrolet Camaro is not as "in production" because it not due out till Spring 09.

50. Peugeot 405 (1988-1997) - 3,461,800

50. Peugeot 405 (1988-1997) - 3,461,800
50. Peugeot 405 (1988-1997) - 3,461,800

49. Peugeot 504: (1968-2005) - 3,713,400

49. Peugeot 504: (1968-2005) - 3,713,400
49. Peugeot 504: (1968-2005) - 3,713,400

48. Fiat 127: (1971-1983) - 3,750,000

48. Fiat 127: (1971-1983) - 3,750,000
48. Fiat 127: (1971-1983) - 3,750,000

47. Citroen 2CV: (1948-1990) - 3,872,583

47. Citroen 2CV: (1948-1990) - 3,872,583
47. Citroen 2CV: (1948-1990) - 3,872,583

46. Fiat 500: (1957- ) - 3,900,000+

46. Fiat 500: (1957- ) - 3,900,000+
46. Fiat 500: (1957- ) - 3,900,000+

45. Pontiac Grand Am: (1973-2005) - 4,000,000

45. Pontiac Grand Am: (1973-2005) - 4,000,000
45. Pontiac Grand Am: (1973-2005) - 4,000,000

44. Ford Cortina: (1962-1982) - 4,279,079

44. Ford Cortina: (1962-1982) - 4,279,079
44. Ford Cortina: (1962-1982) - 4,279,079

43. Ford Model A: (1927-31) - 4,320,446

43. Ford Model A: (1927-31) - 4,320,446
43. Ford Model A: (1927-31) - 4,320,446

42. Opel Ascona: (1970-1988) - 4,400,000

42. Opel Ascona: (1970-1988) - 4,400,000
42. Opel Ascona: (1970-1988) - 4,400,000

41. Fiat 126: (1973-2000) - 4,671,586

41. Fiat 126: (1973-2000) - 4,671,586
41. Fiat 126: (1973-2000) - 4,671,586

40. Chevrolet Camaro: (1967-2002) - 4,800,000

40. Chevrolet Camaro: (1967-2002) - 4,800,000
40. Chevrolet Camaro: (1967-2002) - 4,800,000

39. Ford Ranger: (1983- ) - 5,150,000+

39. Ford Ranger: (1983-) - 5,150,000+
39. Ford Ranger: (1983-) - 5,150,000+

38. Ford E-Series: (1961- ) - 5,200,000+

38. Ford E-Series: (1961- ) - 5,200,000+
38. Ford E-Series: (1961- ) - 5,200,000+

37. Peugeot 205: (1983-1998) - 5,278,000

37. Peugeot 205: (1983-1998) - 5,278,000
37. Peugeot 205: (1983-1998) - 5,278,000

36. Toyota Land Cruiser: (1953- ) - 5,300,000+

36. Toyota Land Cruiser: (1953- ) - 5,300,000+
36. Toyota Land Cruiser: (1953- ) - 5,300,000+

35. Ford Crown Victoria: (1980- ) - 5,500,000+

35. Ford Crown Victoria: (1980- ) - 5,500,000+
35. Ford Crown Victoria: (1980- ) - 5,500,000+

34. Ford Focus: (1998- ) - 5,500,000+

34. Ford Focus: (1998- ) - 5,500,000+
34. Ford Focus: (1998- ) - 5,500,000+

33. Mitsubishi Galant: (1969- ) - 5,550,000+

33. Mitsubishi Galant: (1969- ) - 5,550,000+
33. Mitsubishi Galant: (1969- ) - 5,550,000+

32. Ford Explorer: (1991- ) - 5,700,00+

32. Ford Explorer: (1991- ) - 5,700,00+
32. Ford Explorer: (1991- ) - 5,700,00+

31. Nissan Sunny: (1966- ) - 5,900,000+

31. Nissan Sunny: (1966- ) - 5,900,000+
31. Nissan Sunny: (1966- ) - 5,900,000+

30. Buick Le Sabre: (1959-2005) - 6,000,000

30. Buick Le Sabre: (1959-2005) - 6,000,000
30. Buick Le Sabre: (1959-2005) - 6,000,000

29. Peugeot 206: (1998- 2007 ) - 6,100,000

29. Peugeot 206: (1998-2007) - 6,100,000
29. Peugeot 206: (1998-2007) - 6,100,000

28. Chevrolet Cavalier: (1982-2005) - 6,200,000

28. Chevrolet Cavalier: (1982-2005) - 6,200,000
28. Chevrolet Cavalier: (1982-2005) - 6,200,000

27. Vauxhall/Opel Vectra: (1988-2008) - 6,500,000

27. Vauxhall/Opel Vectra: (1988-2008) - 6,500,000
27. Vauxhall/Opel Vectra: (1988-2008) - 6,500,000

26. BMC/BL/BMW Mini: (1959- ) - 6,700,000+

26. BMC/BL/BMW Mini: (1959- ) - 6,700,000+
26. BMC/BL/BMW Mini: (1959- ) - 6,700,000+

25. Ford Taurus: (1986- ) - 6,750,000+

25. Ford Taurus: (1986- ) - 6,750,000+
25. Ford Taurus: (1986- ) - 6,750,000+

24. Fiat Punto: (1993- ) - 6,800,000+

24. Fiat Punto: (1993- ) - 6,800,000+
24. Fiat Punto: (1993- ) - 6,800,000+

23. Renault 4: (1961-1992) - 8,150,000

23. Renault 4: (1961-1992) - 8,150,000
23. Renault 4: (1961-1992) - 8,150,000

22. Ford Mustang: (1964- ) - 8,300,000+

22. Ford Mustang: (1964- ) - 8,300,000+
22. Ford Mustang: (1964- ) - 8,300,000+

21. Renault 5: (1972-1996) - 8,800,000

21. Renault 5: (1972-1996) - 8,800,000
21. Renault 5: (1972-1996) - 8,800,000

20. Renault Clio: (1991- ) - 8,900,000+

20. Renault Clio: (1991- ) - 8,900,000+
20. Renault Clio: (1991- ) - 8,900,000+

19. Fiat Uno: (1983- ) - 9,150,000+

19. Fiat Uno: (1983- ) - 9,150,000+
19. Fiat Uno: (1983- ) - 9,150,000+

18. BMW 3-Series: (1977- ) - 9,800,000+

18. BMW 3-Series: (1977- ) - 9,800,000+
18. BMW 3-Series: (1977- ) - 9,800,000+

17. Vauxhall/Opel Astra: (1991- ) - 10,000,000+

17. Vauxhall/Opel Astra: (1991- ) - 10,000,000+
17. Vauxhall/Opel Astra: (1991- ) - 10,000,000+

16. Mazda 323: (1963-2003) - 10,480,000

16. Mazda 323: (1963-2003) - 10,480,000
16. Mazda 323: (1963-2003) - 10,480,000

15. Toyota Camry: (1983- ) - 10,500,000+

15. Toyota Camry: (1983- ) - 10,500,000+
15. Toyota Camry: (1983- ) - 10,500,000+

14. Chrysler Voyager: (1984- ) - 11,700,000+

14. Chrysler Voyager: (1984- ) - 11,700,000+
14. Chrysler Voyager: (1984- ) - 11,700,000+

13. Oldsmobile Cutlass: (1961-99) - 11,900,000

13. Oldsmobile Cutlass: (1961-99) - 11,900,000
13. Oldsmobile Cutlass: (1961-99) - 11,900,000

12. Vauxhall/Opel Corsa: (1982- ) - 12,000,000+

12. Vauxhall/Opel Corsa: (1982- ) - 12,000,000+
12. Vauxhall/Opel Corsa: (1982- ) - 12,000,000+

11. Ford Fiesta: (1976- ) - 12,500,000+

11. Ford Fiesta: (1976- ) - 12,500,000+
11. Ford Fiesta: (1976- ) - 12,500,000+

10. Chevrolet Impala: (1958- ) - 14,000,000+

10. Chevrolet Impala: (1958- ) - 14,000,000+
10. Chevrolet Impala: (1958- ) - 14,000,000+

9. Volkswagen Passat: (1973- ) - 14,100,000+

9. Volkswagen Passat: (1973- ) - 14,100,000+
9. Volkswagen Passat: (1973- ) - 14,100,000+

8. Honda Accord: (1976- ) - 15,800,000+

8. Honda Accord: (1976- ) - 15,800,000+
8. Honda Accord: (1976- ) - 15,800,000+

7. Ford Model T: (1908-1927) - 16,500,000+

7. Ford Model T: (1908-1927) - 16,500,000+
7. Ford Model T: (1908-1927) - 16,500,000+

6. Honda Civic: (1972- ) - 17,730,000+

6. Honda Civic: (1972- ) - 17,730,000+
6. Honda Civic: (1972- ) - 17,730,000+

5. Ford Escort: (1968-2000) - 20,000,000

5. Ford Escort: (1968-2000) - 20,000,000
5. Ford Escort: (1968-2000) - 20,000,000

4. Volkswagen Beetle: (1938- ) - 22,300,000+

4. Volkswagen Beetle: (1938- ) - 22,300,000+
4. Volkswagen Beetle: (1938- ) - 22,300,000+

3. Volkswagen Golf:(1974- ) - 25,000,000+

3. Volkswagen Golf:(1974- ) - 25,000,000+
3. Volkswagen Golf:(1974- ) - 25,000,000+

2. Ford F-Series: (1948- ) - 30,000,000+

2. Ford F-Series: (1948- ) - 30,000,000+
2. Ford F-Series: (1948- ) - 30,000,000+

And The Most Sold Car In The World Is...

The Toyota Corolla. Over the last 45 years Japanese car maker Toyota have manufactured a record 32 Million Cars! It's always been a small family car. Cheap to buy and cheap to run worked well for Toyota over the last 45 years, and even with all the problems with the car industry at the moment, don't expect to hear of this little record breakers reign coming to an end anytime soon.


1. Toyota Corolla: (1966- ) - 32,000,000+

1. Toyota Corolla: (1966- ) - 32,000,000+
1. Toyota Corolla: (1966- ) - 32,000,000+

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      Karthik 13 months ago from Australia

      Got the name of unknown cars with pictures. there is no Indian cars in the list. Just wonder.

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      DoodleMonkey 23 months ago

      "strange list...

      just because a car has the same NAME for many years, its not the same car.

      it would be a lot more interesting to know how many of the same type that been made. the list would be totally different then."

      I'd agree. Some cars keeping the same name have even moved into different market sectors. The name is essentially a marketing device.

      "If it has the same name then it is the same car, it's just a different mark. i.e a Mark 1 Golf and a Mark 2 Golf are the same car, but different versions."

      Yes but a Golf mark 1 is very, very different to a current Golf. The current Astra doesn't even have any styling cues from the original; they are as different as a Ford Escort Mk1 to a current Ford Focus.

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      issabendeck 3 years ago

      toyota corolla is just a lucky shoot that didn't go wrong , what i mean by that , is that the company started making those cars in the 66, together with nissan coming up with the sunny , , competence wasn't that high at the time, and toyota took the advantage , something what nissan didn't , b.coz nissan was always a step behind toyota in terms of production and the car was cheap and +mpg and good in terms of durability , those days there wasn't too many materials to resycle, and materials where too cheap and the best quality, there didn't existed machines to build the cars , there was alot of man hand work , but now things have changed and have gotten very very expencive , so expencixe that auto makers now have developed important recycing machines that turn the old cars into pieces and remake cars again form practically garbage b.coz they mix plastic with iron and other materials and make the new engine blocks from that, and are parts that they heat them to very high temperatures and cool this parts againg and loosing their original properties, ending up been weack and making the durability short, cos this is what has happened to his so wanted corolla and many other cars today and for your surprice europeans and jap are in front of the list , read in google TEN SURPRISINGLY UNRELIABLE CARS , so dont be so happy about your corolla , in the internet you might find lots of true and some lies , and dont bealieve those kelly boock and shit , coz they right about peoples preferences not about really good cars, jap cars used to be good but not any more , they have become too comercial, even those lexus , they are pure cheap publicity , ther are many costumers complains , about this cars getting oil sludge , i ll tAKE A CHEVY CAVALIER OF A GOLF OVER ANY OF THIS CARS JUST CHECK, HOW MANY YEARS THE STAYED IN PRODUCTION AND DONT THINCK THAT THE PRODUCTION STOPED COZ THE CARS ARE BAD BUT COZ THEY ARE TOO GOOD , coz there was no bussines on building them coz they dont breack so there isn't bussiness for selling spare parts , something that automaker LOVE , that's why the corolla is still in production cos it gives lots of spare parts profit, same happened to MAZDA 323 really great car and they switched to that crappy mazda 3 cos the 3 breacks alot every thig that a car maker takes away from the market is eather for 2 reazons , they are really shity or they are too good , really shity coz this brings a weak credibility to the factories , and too good coz tos dont bring any profit to the factories , so that they keep a mid point , its hard to keep costumers and factories happy you know

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      Scott Gibson 4 years ago from Rothwell, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

      My first car was a 1980 Corolla. I've also had a 2002 Vauxhall Vectra 2.2 DTi (which was terrible) and I now have a 1999 Passat 1.8T which I've now owned for over 9 years. Buying it for £4,500 in 2004 the Passat has been good value for money except for a recent gearbox refurb and with a lot of TLC it looks almost like new. Economy is fine, even with $8 per US gallon fuel prices.

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      Kenny 4 years ago

      I have owned probably 25 different autos in my life. European, Japanese, and American. Most cars or trucks run about the same with minor differences. The public perception depends on the propaganda the manufacturer pumps into the minds of the people.

      My wife drives a Lincoln for about 5 years and my daughter drives an Accord she has recently purchased. They ride and operate roughly the same and look similar however Honda's propaganda machine is better than Lincolns. Perceived value.

      I prefer the F series truck after owning all the major brands. It really is the type auto you can hand down to your children. I have had 2 with over 300,000 miles and they just kept running even with the abuse I give em.

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      dannyhewitt 4 years ago

      Fascinating stuff about the Ford Model A. It's surprises me how many cars were sold at the time but there are quite a lot of them around today. There's an interestign article on this website with Peter Wallman who is a classic car specialist from London speaking on the future of classic cars: http://www.motortradesinsight.co.uk/

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      Joshua Nyamache 5 years ago from Kenya

      I have always loved the Peugeot.

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      BusterMcDermott 5 years ago

      Best shot photos! I finally found this very interesting list of all Ford models. This one looks great also. http://www.ranker.com/list/full-list-of-ford-model...

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      Unknown 5 years ago

      Wheres the Nissan cube great little car

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      Mark 5 years ago

      Toyota Corolla. Its a quality thing

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      Raymond 5 years ago

      No Yugos ? :)

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      Milo 5 years ago

      What to my AMC Grimlin?

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      Anson 5 years ago

      I've had some of the cars on this list.

      Eg. 4 corollas (1 wagon, 2 hatches and a sedan) Years 1979, 1982,1988, 1996

      4 Falcons 1996,2000,2003,2006

      2 Camrys 1990,2011

      1 Galant 1983

      1 Civic 1985

      1 Bluebird 1993

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      Albert 5 years ago

      My 2012 toyota Corolla OMG, what a car... cheaper than most, low gas consumption, high millage per galon, safe, reliable, good muscles, nice design, quiet, smooth, enough room, good balance, steady run, cheaper insurance rate, best resell price. It is almost perfect. This is my second card after a 1989 corolla I just sold in almost perfect condition. I did not know this is the most sold car in the universe but I really know why. bonus: my wife love it and thinks I am like a hero buying a corolla again.

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      Mazddo 5 years ago

      Where is the Mazda 929 it was so pop car

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      Ch88ky 5 years ago

      i have a classic vw beetle 1303 and it is fun to drive and i can get parts easier than some new cars even though its my first car it drives great and started 1st time after 6 years standing in the last owners yard with no fiddling around with any timing or any thing so overall it is a great car and has been good to me so far

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      Cj 5 years ago

      nothing beats a cobra jet ram air drag pack fastback factory tach 8 track with speakers in the back ford

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      Sherwin 5 years ago

      My 1963 VW Bug is still fun to drive and all parts are still available.

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      Lacey 5 years ago

      It's great to see the Corolla at number 1. I just purchased a 2011 Corolla, and I LOVE IT. It is such a smooth drive, and the gas mileage is amazing. I had a Camry before, and the Corolla is so much better. Happy to see my car number 1 on the list, it's a great car, and to the people posting negitive comments about it, obviously have never owned, or drove a Corolla.

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      tnayan 5 years ago

      no mercedes !

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      Vlad 5 years ago from USA

      I had a red civic hatchback... it was fun but weak :/

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      David f Horton 5 years ago

      There is only one true winner. The ONLY car that can win is the RENAULT 4

      It is the only car that had no design changes. EVERY pannel form the 1st car wwould fit to the last

      All others just took the name to the next model. All cheats. Even the Beetle

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      bigi 5 years ago

      ... and where you have for example VW Gol (over 6M pcs), Renault Encore (6,3M pcs), Renault 19 (5,7M pcs), Renault Megane (4,6M pcs only in first generation), Hyundai Sonata (over 5M pcs), Hyundai Elantra (over 5M pcs), Suzuki Alto (over 10M pcs), VW Polo (10,4M pcs), Fiat Panda (7,5M pcs), Opel Kadet (over 10M pcs), Lada Riva (over 16,5M pcs) & many others???

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      louis pizzarelli 5 years ago

      first car i owned was a 1967 ford fairlane 5 ipurchased for 600.oo dollars.second was a 1977 ford LTD for 2600 in 1980,third was a new 1987 mercury Grand Marquis, best car i ever owned iput 234000 miles on and when isold it in 1996 it ran like new my last car was a 1996 chevy impala ss which istill have and has 240000 miles on it and imust say iwas always a ford man but thi 1996 chevy imlalazz has bee really good to me. Iteke my hat off to all those old cars,they gave me very much fun in my life and i wish i still had the again because of their value toda.

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      Aaron 5 years ago

      Wow I really can't believe the fiat bid 126 would of made it on to the list. My sister used to drop me at school in one of them. some good classics on the list tho

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      Someone 5 years ago

      Surprised not to see Jeeps, Hummers or any type of SUV... And I was surpirsed to find Renault 4 on the list.

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      Grace 5 years ago

      Sorry that is my 1991 Toyota Corolla 1.6 GLX still runs at 11km per liter of gasoline!!! Great! at 20 years old car, I feel so comfortable..

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      Grace 5 years ago

      1991 Toyota Corolla still so smooth at 11 km per hour... for me its very economical on gas and cheap parts... Great

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      Kenny 5 years ago

      I have a 92 MK2 VW GTI 16V. Coolest car. Best seats. Quick and the feel and handling is unsurpassed. New VWs are bulbous, over packaged, heavy, parts are over priced and they Break too often. Long live the MK2!

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      unknown 5 years ago

      omg

      go detroit

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      Syed Rehman 5 years ago

      hi my name is Syed Rehman From Pakistan. One of the best Car in the world. Toyota Corolla I love Indus Corolla model 99. this car drive is a veryyyyyyyyyy goooooood. and market is suprb. toyota corolla intirior and Extirior very dashing very good. East of West Toyota is the best. thanks

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      Lorraine de Steve 5 years ago

      i've owned a honda civic and it was awesome. i sold to fly outa the country.

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      Iam poor akenyan 61 yrs old admirer of american cars iwould like an american up there who can give to me free of charge a used dodge car or cadillac convertable for my 62nd birth day which is on april 5 years ago

      As above

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      Sean 5 years ago

      Im supprised mercedes benz cars are not on the list and they are one of the oldest car manufacture in the world my perrents only have brought them for the last 35 years and they buy toyota landcrusers and Prado's in the usa they are called gx-470 but the Landcruser Prado in Australia doesn't have a v8 just the 4.0 litre v6 or 3.0 intercooled turbo diesel. The Landcruser comes with the v8 gasoline and turbo diesel v8 and in the 100 series landcruser came with a v8 gasoline or a strait 6 inter cooled turbo diesel in the usa they are called lexus lx470 in the 100 series the 200 series lx570. It is a shame the USA doesn't get the turbo diesel land cruser's and here in australia most 4wds are turbo diesel because of fuel pricers and more cars are coming with a turbo diesel option like me cedes benz and bmw and volvo most mecedes benz suv are turbo diesel and i think california state government in the usa should have turbo diesel cars if i lived there i would buy my car interstate and in australia the federal government would over power the state government's around the country i don't know why brakobama doesn't do the same and he has been to australia

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      john smit 5 years ago

      wheres the lambo at come on now!!!!!!!

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      feebee3 5 years ago

      One person repeatedly commented it sucks, implying something negative. However from a pleasure standpoint, sucks is pretty good.

      Concerning the patriotism=buying American,my experience is they have good design, have poor reliability and questionable quality. I've never had an American car that lasted more than 90,000 miles, while Japanese models are just getting broken in good at 150,000. However, the worst car I ever had was a Ford Cortina,second worst Chevy Vega and third worst, a mid 70s Monte Carlo--it's transmission dropped onto the pavement at 31,000. Some Chrysler products have been pretty bad--Plymouth Fury, Chrysler Sebring convertible and Chrysler Cordoba. My all time favorites are a 60's Barracuda and a Honda Del Sol.

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      reifentyres 5 years ago

      Very Nice Cars...

      I Love Cars...

      http://www.reifen.ms/

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      mjarko 5 years ago

      Unfortunately this list is missing a ford (Falcon - ones built in Australia alone have sold more than 3.5 million units, plus production for 10 odd years prior to being built in Aust)

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      hunter 5 years ago

      my cars

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      neinka lando 5 years ago

      Some of those picks were pretty cool but others were just too lame and small.

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      Fadil 5 years ago

      Peugeot 205 "It's great to be small" bought with 305000 km selled 340000 km (35000km for 1 year and never repaired), just fantastic.

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      piyush 5 years ago

      I own Toyota corolla diesel n Volkswagen. Jetta same price n surely I ill say Toyota is far. Better brand than Volkswagen milege mentainance. Comfort ..... I hate Volkswagen they r makng fool f Indians by gvng same engine. In skoda Laura Jetta passat n evn Audi a4 with high nentainance plz Guyz dnt mke fool f urslf dnt buy these vw cars..

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      Ashu 5 years ago

      To be frank, I have never seen most of the Ford cars posted here physically. I own a corolla which is the most popular car by far in East Africa. I am thinking to buy a Peugeot (205 or 405), and glad to hear a couple of good comments about these models. A good list, anyway.

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      Heng Yong Tuck 5 years ago

      I still find it hard to give up my fourth Peugeot 405 and I am glad that it ranks among the top 50 and also as a single type, unlike Civics or Corollas, which are many different models under the same name. We must also not forget that the 405 is still made and sold in Iran, maybe recently under a different name "Peugeot Pars", and that when considered should add to the number.

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      5 years ago

      FIAT 124 selled some 15 million if you include the cars made under other companies badges

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      Segun 5 years ago

      Well in Nigeria, the Corolla is easily the most popular, low running costs and all! I've owned an 83' Benz 230E, and 2 BMW 3 Series....I'm planning to buy another 3 Series, the best car in the world!

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      Tungar 5 years ago

      I have a 12 years old Turkish made Fiat-Uno. It's just like new produced. Looks like brand new and its performance is still perfect. Fiat Company really creates durable&well designed cars.

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      white waters 5 years ago

      All I can say that my 1972 Chevy Impala was one of the best cars that I ever had.Yes it was a gas guzzler but smooth, powerful and quite.What happened to those cars.They were simple and reliable.

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      Paul 5 years ago

      Sorry, I meant Amercan cars have not been popular in Asia.

      Toyata is relatively cheap and reliable. if it has been selling well in USA, you can imagine how it would outsell all the other cars elsewhere in the world, where general income of the people is lower.

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      Paul 5 years ago

      For those living in North America and are surprised that toyota corolla is the best selling car, it is because corolla has been huge in Asia and other parts of the world, because not only is/was the car relatively cheaper (especially compared to the European cars, particulary before the '90s), it consumes very much less gas, where it has been a lot more expensive compared to that in USA. American cars generally have been popular in Asia, asides from China recently in view of their high gas consumption.

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      Muhammad 5 years ago

      Peugeot 504,

      Solid, Powerful, Reliable

      Balanced Horsepower/Torque. Load it with more than a ton and you wouldn't notice that much lag in performance.

      NORMATIVE seats (rear/frontal) and Steering Wheele dimensions, Very comfortable, Never get a backache or anyway tired of driving or sitting in it.

      about 40 years old and still comparable.

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      kevin bii 5 years ago

      for me to own a car as campus boy is dream .but im in luv with toyota landcruiser prado

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      Bilty 5 years ago

      Uh, right. The Toyota Corolla, Camry-both are rental cars. The Toyota as well as the Honda Civic have undergone mulitple redesignes and have been available as more than just one type of car. Both have Been available as two and four door sedans, two door coupes, station wagons, etc. The only thing that hasn't changed on these is the name-oh wait, Toyota counts "Maitrix" sales under "Corolla" sales. Right. Sorry, the Volkswagen Beetle had the same layout and basic body style from 1938 up to the end, in late 2003. To me, the best selling CAR-not NAME-is the Volkswagen Beetle. If VW were to do what Toyota and Honda do-call the replacement of the original by the same name-then they would have called the Golf the "Beetle", and we'd have nearly FIFTY MILLION in sales.

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      NESTLE 5 years ago

      TOYOTA COROLLA IS THE WORLD'S ONLY BEST SELLING CAR TILL DATE. NO ONE CAN BEAT THE COROLLA. AND THE FUTURE OF COROLLA IS FULLY SECURE B'COZ THERE IS NO CAR AS GOOD AS A COROLLA IN THE MARKET TILL DATE. THE TOYOTA AND LEXUS BOTH COME FROM THE SAME OWNWER AND ARE THE WORLD'S ALL-TIME BEST-SELLING CARS. TO SOME PEOPLE THE COROLLA LOOKS SMALL OR BUGGY BUT THE ONES WHO DON'T CARE ABOUT COROLLA ARE JUST NOT ABLE TO OR DON'T HAVE THE HABBIT TO LISTEN WHAT THE TRUTH IS. PEOPLE BEING JEALOUS OF COROLLA ARE JUST JEALOUS B'COZ THEY DON'T OWN ONE. THE COROLLA GIVES AMAZING SMOOTH RIDES WITH GREAT PLEASURE ON FUEL AND THE SPACE. ITS GRIP IS REALLY GOOD. THE NEWER MODELS OF THE COROLLA ARE THE BEST OF ALL. I HAVE SAT IN ONE OF THE COROLLAS MANUFACTURED IN 1988! IT WAS MANUAL GEAR 4-CYLINDER CAR RUNNING IN A VERY GOOD CONDITION AND BELEIVE ME THAT IT WAS 23 YEARS OLD. NOW THAT'S TAKEN THE CAKE AWAY. YOU GO ASK ANY CAR DRIVER (SENSIBLE) HE WILL TELL THAT THERE IS NO CAR AS GOOD AS A COROLLA IF IT CAN GO 23 YEARS WITHOUT PROBLEM. THERE ARE OTHER CARS IN RANGE OF COROLLA LIKE--- NISSAN SUNNY HONDA CIVIC MITSUBISHI LANCER ETC. BUT THERE IS NO CAR AS CHEAP AS GOOD AND AS RELIABLE AS A COROLLA. MY DAD AND HIS COLLIGUES ATOTAL OF SIX PEOPLE OWN 7 COROLLAS! NOW THAT'S THE MAJORITY PEOPLE LIVING THE COROLLA. IF I WAS A BILLIONAIRE OR EVEN A MILLIONAIRE OF COURSE I WOULD HAVE BOUGHT A LEXUS LX570 OR A TOYOTA SEQUOIA OR A LAND CRUISER BUT I WOULD HAVE ALWAYS HAD A COROLLA IN FIRST PLACE. AS IT IS SAID "FIRST IMPPRESSION IS T HE LAST IMPRESION" I VERY MUCH BELEIVE IT AND I HAVE EXPERIENCED AND SEEN PEOPLE EXPERIENCING ON THEIR CARS SOME OF WHICH ARE ACCORD, TIIDA, ETC. THE ACCORDS AND TIIDAS ARE ALSO GOOD BUT THE PEOPLE OWNING THEM DO HAVE MANY MORE PROBLEMS COMPARED TO THE COROLLA OWNERS. THE COMPLAINTS ARE THERE IN COROLLA BUT ITS VERY CHEAP TO FIX IT. IF THERE IS ANY CAR(IMPOSSIBLE) WHICH IS SOLD HIGHER THAN 35MILLION (SALES) IN 45 YEARS I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IT ON THE GUINNES BOOK PAGE WHERE THE COROLLA IS AT PRESENT. LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST I WILL BE BACK WITH MORE COMMENTS. PLS. IGNORE THE COMMENTS IF THEY DISTURB YOU AND

      NO OFFENFCE TO ANYBODY OR ANY OTHER CAR BUT JUST THE TRUTH

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      bronz 5 years ago

      I'm not surprise that the corollary is number one.....I don't personally own one but I've heard so much good things about this car and over here seems like every other person has a corolla....good car.

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      Eugene is playing poker! 5 years ago

      toyota r best cars in d world cant b touched by any other make

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      matt 6 years ago

      i never would have geussed the passat had sold so well... my mom has one 2006, and its shit, it drives like shit and when i get out of it... well lets just say i hope no one saw me lmao

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      Nestle 6 years ago

      TOYOTA COROLLA is the world's best selling car and comes from TOYOTA- the JAPANESE MOST ESPENSIVE CARMAKER. I own a 2008 model and don't wish to sell it till it tells me to which is never going to happen. There can be good cars but not as good as a Corolla. It's strong with all the best features that a car of $21,000 would have. The leather seats are always cool, the A/C is awesome, the fuel consumption is less and the space is tooooo much. It has a big trunk with almost one-tonne capacity. The Engine is strong- 1.8 xli. Everyone who can buy a car must feel the happiness of being the owner of the world's best selling car by buying the COROLLA. It reaches to almost 200km/h-which can be too dangerous and too adventurous. It's 0-100 pick-up time is just 9 seconds and 0-200 is just 1 minute.

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      EPIC 6 years ago

      only in a america with ford the best car witch is foRd you know it every 1 knows it BUILT FORD TOUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Kaytar 6 years ago

      no doubt that Toyota Corolla is the best car, i had a 93 model i used it for 5 years and now i have a 97 model still it gives me the pleasure of 2011 model car.

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      Islanda 6 years ago

      Not surprised Corolla is number one. Owned three over the years. The first one a station wagon that I ran hard from 1977 through 1994 and was still going strong when I sold it after I bought my first F150. I've owned two Camrys also. No complaints here.

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      cartwright da boy 97 6 years ago

      Some cars on this list you could argue with the Ford model a selling as many as it did in 4 or so years. Where are they all now.Why is there so many fiats. Did you know fiat stands for found in a tip. Another car that should be on the list is the vw polo they are so popular round here in darlington ne united kingdom

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      Ashutosh Thakur 6 years ago

      fantastic list....but i guess why was toyota land cruiser sold so much?

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      buttercup 6 years ago

      i have an opel vectra 03 great car

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      Jayvee 6 years ago

      I guess you forgot the Toyota Hilux.He is sold worldwide over 13 million times.Maybe Nr.11 in the Ranking

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      Crimea 6 years ago

      WHat about Hilux???????

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      nobull--it 6 years ago

      that list is crap is the mark one toyota or ford of 40 years ago the same car as today, get a life you idiot the only difference is no matter what you are called you will always be the idiot with a capital I

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      JOHNNY 6 years ago

      GM is in everywhere in this list too all chevys,opel,and pontiacs are made by GM is great I own a volkswagen golf I never could I magine corolla is the best seller toyota is a sure buy always that's why.

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      Oklahoma 87 6 years ago

      This list doesn't represent american car sales veru well I live in truck country most everyonr around here ownd a truck in the last ten years chevy dodge and ford have been equal with a few more nissans and toyotas showing up but from late 90s and back it was mostly chevys and fords chevy trucks have dtrong motors but ttansmissions always go out as far as cars go ive known many corrola owners who had passed well over 300k miles on orignal drive train you wont get that out of any newer domestic car

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      muhammad 6 years ago

      my pugeot was one of my best cars it was very smooth

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      jacob 6 years ago

      i have a renault clio , i love it

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      mubarak 6 years ago

      my dad had aford cortina when was in primary he would visit us on da visitation day and would get ashamed due to da old crumpy car,now he drives aford explorer,i now own it,i put ahigh voltage sound hoofer,sport rims,pimps it all looks great compared to da cars i pass by.+256775611801

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      Nigel 6 years ago

      I agree that it is a silly list as it combines completely different vehicles which happen to be sold under the same name. If you want to do this then you need to combine Renault 5/ Clio, Peugeot 205, 206 and 207, Peugeot 405,406,407 etc . A mark 6 Golf has nothing in common with a mark 1 Golf and same with Corolla. You need to look at individual model sales as this list makes no sense at all.

      Thanks

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      6 years ago

      go toyota corolla!

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      Dr Rockpile 6 years ago from USA

      I love that the Ford Model T is #7 on the list. Not much competition back then eh. Fun hub!

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      newton 6 years ago

      waoh, cant believe my old time favourite, prado, is that ooold. the corolla is also great n a very common one in my country, kenya-probably a quarter of all corollas r here. but my best is the mustang-hope I drive one before am 35. great list guys

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      Ryan 6 years ago

      Chevrolet has always been and always will be the best american auto manufacturer.

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      Caddy 6 years ago

      This list isn't accurate anymore & needs updating i.e. Ford announced 10 million mustangs milestone earlier this year.

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      LOL 6 years ago

      Hail Breezy Nigga

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      megel 6 years ago

      I have an old car myself and find it my best friend

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      John 6 years ago

      I own a 1988 VW Golf GL 4-door...it has its issues. The last couple owners treated it like crap, didn't use 91 octane, didn't keep it in a garage (a MUST if you live in the midwest United States...rust will show up within a year if you leave your car outside in this climate), they didn't change the oil at the right intervals, didn't replace fuses with the right ones, didn't change the wheel bearing in the back right wheel which was grinding up a storm, didn't recharge the A/C, didn't re-do the falling headliner, didn't get replacement tires even after dry rot, lost a hubcap...this poor, innocent vehicle!!!

      Not to worry, it's in safe hands now =) So far I've changed all fluids, cleaned and fixed interior, cleaned fuel injectors, replaced air filter, oil filter and fuel lines, replaced wheel bearings, getting new tires soon, replaced all fuses, clamped down rattling exhaust and I even gave it a nice little straight-pipe chrome exhaust tip =)

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      gius 6 years ago

      Interesting, own Fiat Uno Turbo and Golf Cabrio, both in good position and good cars

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      Dresden 6 years ago

      Very good list, thanks for your efforts. As far as I know, Honda Fit/Jazz deserves to be on this list too. Honda announced that global cumulative sales reached 3.5 Million units in July 2010. Current number may be around 4 million by now.

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      hey ladies my number is 404-552-2551 not fake

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      gary shaw 6 years ago

      Many of these cars were not the same cars. They were totally different cars but retained the same name. The Peugeot 504 remained the same car throughout its production so therefore should be in a class of its own.

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      John 6 years ago

      The new Corolla is junk. They dumbed down the car and it looks like shit.

      The F-150 is the best car on the list!

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      nunuethiopia 6 years ago

      so far in the list......civic is the best

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      robert 6 years ago

      toyota corolla is simply a good vehicle...that's why people keep buying it....however...I owned a 1995 ford escort put over 100,000 with no problems and traded it in for a 98 ranger, put over 100 000 miles on that without an issue...I don't understand why people pan us automakers...?

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      Kyle 6 years ago

      I've owned three BMW 3 Series.

      I'm surprised that the Toyota Camry has sold only ~10% more worldwide than BMW has sold 3 Series worldwide.

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      Eric 6 years ago

      Americans should take more pride in American brands. The reason so many of these foreign car brands are so good is because many of them were actually assembled in America. The Big Three should bring back more car assembly plants to America and provide jobs as well as better quality vehicles. Ford should bring back the Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis, and Lincoln Continental. GM needs to bring back the Chevrolet Caprice, Buick Roadmaster, Buick Le Sabre, and the other large sedans. I'm surprised Chevrolet's C-Series pickups aren't on this list. They're almost ubiquitous where I live.

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      μεταχειρισμενα αυτοκινητα 6 years ago

      How i wish i could have at least one of this car listed.I c love the Ford Escort car .But for now i had my car ?????????????? ?????????? although it was not new but still works good

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      Dave 6 years ago

      I'm surprised I've owned 6 of the best sellers.

      Five were Fords. I can see why there isn't a Chevy

      truck on the list. Ford F-Series is the best truck

      hands down!!!

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      Tradgidy 6 years ago

      Tragic Tragic!

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      kikoya 6 years ago

      ooops, forgot that i owned a citroen 2cv as well, but i sold it after only three months of use. i used to call it a "mean of transportation" because "car" sounded too much for that "thing"

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      kikoya 6 years ago

      owned :

      91 Corolla 1.8 XLD - fantastic car but a bit lazy

      63 Impala Sport Sedan - great but so unsafe...

      82 Renault 5 GTL - Comfortable and economic, but rusted too fast

      76 BMW 320 - utter crap. used way too much gas, never reliable

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      Trollzilla 6 years ago

      Ooh look, my dads car outsold the Model T by just over 1mil!

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      ペニス増大 6 years ago

      I once had Opel ascona!!!

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      Shawne 6 years ago

      Toyota corolla is really great, our family has upgraded many times and even i have a new toyota corolla now, It is smooth and reliable.