Looking at car statistics is always fun, especially in a country that always seems to be a bit different. Here are the numbers for 2016.

20. BMW 2-series (1883 cars)

19. Toyota Prius (1985 cars)

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18. Skoda Superb (2012 cars)

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17. Nissan Qashqai (2021 cars)

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16. Tesla Model S (2051 cars)

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15. Volvo XC60 (2259 cars)

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14. Mercedes Benz B-class (2271 cars)

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13. Mazda CX-3 (2286 cars)

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12. Mazda CX-5 (2655 cars)

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11. Audi A3 (3018 cars)

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10. Volkswagen Tiguan (3233 cars)

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9. Skoda Octavia (3975 cars)

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8. BMW i3 (3953 cars)

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7. Nissan Leaf (4162 cars)

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6. Toyota Yaris (4247 cars)

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5. Toyota Auris (4419 cars)

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4. Volkswagen Passat (4813 cars)

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3. Toyota RAV4 (4955 cars)

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2. Mitsubishi Outlander (5687 cars)

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1. Volkswagen Golf (13148 cars)

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As usual, we see electric cars and cars with hybrid variants do well. Volvo had a bad year with the V70 ending production, the XC60 and the V40 starting to get old and the V90 not being cheap nor available enough (yet) to make an impact.