These are the best-selling cars of all times. Can you name them all?


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This B-segment car was launched in 1990, and was in its fourth generation in 2012.
Renault Clio
Toyota Yaris
Nissan Micra
Mini Hatch

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This supermini car was initially known in the United Kingdom market as the Vauxhall Nova. Some later names include Holden Barina (Australia and New Zealand) and Buick Sail (China).
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Volkswagen Polo
Opel Corsa
Hyundai i10
Peugeot 208

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This entry-level luxury car has been around since May 1975. Over 400,000 cars have been sold in 2016 alone and total sales are running over 13 million.
Alfa Romeo Giulia
Mercedes CLA250
Volvo S60
BMW 3-Series

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We cannot wait for the 11th generation of this legendary car to enter the market. It will come in 2019 or 2020 with the same P2XX platform and with GM’s new LGX 3.6 Engine and 9 Speed Transmission.
Toyota Avalon
Honda HR-V
Chevrolet Impala
Subaru Outback

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This well praised supermini car was named twice 'Car of the Year' by Britain's What Car, in 1989 and 2009. And that is just 2 out of many awards this car has gotten.
Opel Corsa
Ford Fiesta
Fiat Panda
Peugeot 208

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Since it launch in 1973, this car has been known under many different names – Dasher, Quantum, Santana, Corsar, Magotan and Carat.
Ford Fusion
Volkswagen Passat
Alfa Romeo Giulia
Chevrolet Malibu

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This was the first car to achieve one million, five million, ten million and fifteen million units sold. Car of the Century award went to this car on December 18, 1999 in Las Vegas. Well deservingly!
Ford Model T
Porsche 911
Morris Mini
Citroën DS

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James Thompson won European Touring Car Cup in Super 2000/TC2 Turbo/ETCC1 category twice behind the wheels of this car. Many other drivers scored equally astonishing results in other races.
Chevrolet Lacetti
BMW 320si
SEAT León
Honda Accord

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This small family car was manufactured mostly in Europe from 1968 to 2004. It shares its popular name with several different small cars produced in North America between 1981 and 2003 and 2014 model of a different car sold in China.
Renault Megane
Mazda 3
Ford Escort
Fiat 500

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In 1963 Honda began building cars in addition to its core motorcycle business. First car models had more to do with motorcycles than an average car and sales were going poorly. This model turned things around and Honda stayed in automotive business.
Honda Civic
Honda Life
Honda CR-V
Honda Fit

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This car is a re-engineered version of the Fiat 124 produced under license from Fiat and tailored for the nations of the Eastern Bloc, but was widely exported to the West as an economy car.
Tata Tiago
Skoda Favorit
Yugo 45
VAZ-2101

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The need for this kind of car, and its functional objectives, was formulated by Adolf Hitler, who wanted a cheap, simple car to be mass-produced for his country's new road network.
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Volkswagen Beetle
Audi 100
Trabant
Opel Olympia

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In May 1974, first-generation of this car was introduced as a modern front-wheel-drive, long-range replacement for the Volkswagen Beetle.
Volkswagen Derby
Volkswagen Vento
Volkswagen Golf
Volkswagen Atlas

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This car represents the series of light-duty trucks and medium-duty trucks (Class 2-7) that have been marketed and manufactured since 1948.
Ford B-Series
Ford D-Series
Ford F-Series
Ford L-Series

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This car has been the absolute best seller of all times with sales of over 40 million worldwide. With 1.36 million units sold in 2005, it also holds the record for sales in a single year.
Ford Focus
Toyota Corolla
Volkswagen Polo
Opel Astra

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Cars! As of 2010 there were more than one 500,000,000 cars in use in the world. This is half a billion! Ones which are not being in use any more, cannot even be counted. There are 15 models in the world with biggest market shares in automotive industry of all time. They are the absolute best-sellers and household names and we want to ask you how well you know them.

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