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Korea. Best selling cars ranking in 2020

Korea best selling cars ranking in 2020 dominated again by the Hyundai Grandeur ahead of the Hyundai Porter. Stunning performance scored by the Kia K5, reaching the podium with 4.9% of market share. Kia Seltos entered the top 10 for the first time ever.
In a market where the top two brands, Hyundai and Kia, control together a dominating percentage of the market share, the top 10 best-selling models ranking is entirely held by the two Koreans.
However, the leadership is not stable and frequently a new model takes the lead, some time just for a single year. At the moment the best-seller in 2020 is the Hyundai Grandeur, still on top, with an increasing 8.4% of share.
In second place, again behind the leader, the Hyundai Porter with a decreasing market share of 5.1%, ahead of the new rising star the Kia K5 with 4.9%.
In fourth position the Hyundai Avante – up 2 spots from the previous year – with 4.5% followed by the Kia Sorento -up 4 spots- with 4.4% and the Hyundai Sonata -down 3 spots- with 3.9%
In seventh place the Hyundai Palisade with 3.4%, ahead of the Kia Bongo which ended up in eighth position, at 3.4%.
The Kia Seltos, whose debut was the most surprising novelty of the 2019 Los Angeles Motor Show, enters the top 10 for the first time, with 3.0% share.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for Top 50 models.

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