SUVs, commonly known as SUVs, entered the popular taste of Brazilians a few years ago. Being more powerful car models, they won on the streets of all cities around the country. Check out the best selling SUVs in Brazil in April of this year.
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Launch tops the list of the best-selling SUVs in Brazil
The number one spot among the best-selling SUVs in Brazil has been launched since 2021, but it has sparked consumer interest. It’s a Fiat Pulse, a compact SUV, but it guarantees the sporty air expected for the class.
According to data from the National Automotive Distribution Association (Fenabrave), Accord sold 5,520 units in April of this year. The second place went to Jeep Compass, which sold 4,766 in the same period. Close the podium of the best-selling SUV in Brazil is the Volkswagen T-Cross, with 4,570 units sold, almost a thousand less than the champ.
Notably, the Pulse is the first Fiat SUV to be manufactured in Brazil. As a differential, the car has several versions and an economical engine, in addition to being one of the most powerful engines for its size. The price is another plus since its launch, being one of the most affordable SUV options when it comes to 0 km. In the year, the car has already sold 14,249 units and is in seventh place overall in the annual ranking for 2022.
Discover the best selling SUVs in Brazil in April 2022
The data provided follows the information disclosed by Fenabrave. It is possible to check the total number of units in April of the 10 best-selling SUV models in Brazil.
- Fiat pulse: 5,520
- Jeep Compass: 4,766
- Volkswagen T-Cross: 4570
- Chevrolet Tracker: 4410
- Hyundai Crete: 4,255
- Jeep Renegade: 4,165
- Toyota Corolla Cross: 3861
- Volkswagen Nevs: 2,644
- Nissan Kicks: 2,473
- Jeep driver: 1894
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