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SUV gets new sales leader in November;  See ranking

SUV gets new sales leader in November; See ranking

There was also the launch of the unprecedented Brazilian product Rampage. Another model making an impact is the new generation Ranger. Both were introduced mid-year.

Of all the launches, Rampage is the one that is most celebrated. In November, the second full month of sales, it earned another spot (Ranger). As a result, it was the fifth best-selling pickup truck last month.

It is led by the Strada in first place, the Toro in second place, the Hilux in third place, and the Savero (which also received updates in 2023) in fourth place. But the guard has nothing to complain about.

If it lost its place in the rankings to the Rampage, it maintained second place in its class, which is medium-duty pickup trucks built on a chassis. In this category, the Hilux was the leader with 3,783 registrations. However, the Ford model, which recorded 2,141 units sold, opened up a good lead over the S10.

The Chevrolet product, which held a quiet second place before the arrival of the new-generation Ranger, had 1,373 registrations in November. But Ford will face more difficulties next year. In 2024, the S10 will receive important updates. Another model in the minivan segment made on a chassis will also be renewed. This is the Amarok, the fourth best-selling car in its segment in November, with 932 registrations. Data taken from Jato Dynamics.

The ten best-selling cars in November 2023

First Fiat Strada – 11,518 units
Volkswagen Polo II – 10197
Hyundai HB20 III – 10,057
Chevrolet Onix IV – 9802
Hyundai Creta V – 6,989
Volkswagen T-Cross VI – 6,525
Seventh Fiat Mobi – 6,367
Renault Kwid VIII – 5,948
Chevrolet Tracker IX – 5899
Jeep Compass X – 5,751

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