The Nissan Tsuru led the Mexican market for 7 consecutive years between 2004 and 2010.
Historical Data covering the past 25 years is now available on BSCB. 7 of the past 10 years were dominated by the Nissan Tsuru, a stripped back third generation 1991 Nissan Sentra still on sale in the country today and very successful with taxi companies. The VW Gol is called Pointer here and topped the charts in 2003, while a facelifted 1999 VW Bora, the VW Clasico, was #1 in 2011, the Chevrolet Aveo dominated from 2012 to 2015 and the Nissan Versa in 2016.
Mexico Historical Data:
Mexico 1991-2002: All Make and All Models data available.
Mexico 2003: VW Pointer leads, Chevy & Tsuru follow
Mexico 2004-2006: Nissan places Tsuru & Platina on top
Mexico 2007: Nissan Tsuru & Chevrolet Chevy above 5%
Mexico 2008: Tsuru, Chevy & Jetta still on top
Mexico 2009: Nissan Tsuru #1 for 6th year in a row, Chevrolet Aveo #3
Mexico 2010: Nissan Tsuru invincible
Mexico 2011: VW Clasico ends Nissan Tsuru’s 7 year-reign
Mexico 2012: Chevrolet Aveo and Nissan Versa take control
Mexico 2013: Chevrolet Aveo and Clasico on top
Mexico 2014: Chevrolet Aveo leads, VW Vento shines, Hyundai lands
Mexico 2015: 12 months of records lead market up 19%
Mexico 2016: Record market pounces up 18.6% above 1.6m units
Mexico 2017: Kia and Hyundai break records, Nissan Versa #1
Mexico 2018: Nissan Versa challenged by Chevrolet Aveo, Kia breaks records again