Sales cars: United Kingdom – November: BMW accelerates up to the podium

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Best result of the year for BMW

Brexit does not brake the pace of growth in the car sales in the Uk with an increase of 2.9% in November and 184.101 units marketed. So far 2016 have been sold 2.514.764 units (+2.5 per cent). Never before had reached this figure in the first 11 months of the year so that things are positioned so that this exercise involves a record number of enrolments.

One more time Ford Fiesta are still the most popular model with a huge advantage over the rest. As already happened in October, the second place has been for the Opel/Vauxhall Astra, which is confirmed as one of the cars to continue in this market after the arrival of your new generation. The compact German, in addition, has seen how their sales have risen a fantastic 54% with respect to November 2015.

Volkswagen Golf is left with the third place taking advantage of the great slump suffered by the Vauxhall Corsa. The utility of the mark of the lightning leads the last few months quite discreet, and despite the fact that is maintained in the high positions of the ranking has seen their demand has dropped a significant 40% this last month.

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The Vauxhall Astra retains the second position

Ford Focus closes the Top 5 with the Nissan Qashqai just behind and a short distance away, being the SUV with the highest demand of the dealers british. The Audi A3 (9) turns to win the game at Mercedes C Class (10) in the fight for the honorary title of model premium most sought after.

The classification of manufacturers continues to be shown to Ford in the high Vauxhall behind despite its sharp decline (-24%). The opposite happens with BMW, which achieves a third place that is the best that has been harvested in around 2016, and shows an increase in enrolments of 28%.

Sales model

The 10 top-selling cars in the Uk are:

Ranking Model Sales nov’16 Sales 2016 (jan-nov) Ranking 2016 (jan-nov)
1 Ford Fiesta 8.382 112.327 1
2 Vauxhall Astra 4.829 54.585 6
3 Volkswagen Golf 4.663 64.137 4
4 Vauxhall Corsa 4.341 73.172 2
5 Ford Focus 4.321 65.554 3
6 Nissan Qashqai 4.242 59.480 5
7 Mini 3.778 43.691 8
8 Volkswagen Polo 3.637 50.798 7
9 Audi A3 3.296 40.817 10
10 Mercedes C-Class 3.203 41.121 9

Sales by brand

in enrolment achieved by the manufacturers are:

Ranking Brand Sales nov’16 Sales by 2016 (jan-nov) Ranking 2016 (jan-nov)
1 Ford 21.944 297.575 1
2 Vauxhall 15.976 233.881 2
3 BMW 15.330 167.527 4
4 Volkswagen 14.351 191.394 3
5 Audi 12.915 165.985 5
6 Mercedes 11.382 159.608 6
7 Nissan 10.269 141.897 7
8 Renault 6.572 79.044 12
9 Hyundai 6.560 86.894 10
10 Kia 6.037 85.576 11
11 Skoda 5.978 74.715 13
12 Peugeot 5.868 92.776 8
13 Toyota 5.854 92.104 9
14 Land Rover 5.278 74.567 14
15 Mini 5.093 61.601 15
16 Volvo 4.072 42.960 21
17 Seat 3.668 44.108 20
18 Fiat 3.387 56.652 17
19 Honda 3.373 55.812 18
20 Citroën 3.030 60.410 16
21 Jaguar 2.905 32.302 23
22 Mazda 2.521 44.498 19
23 Suzuki 2.347 35.903 22
24 Dacia 1.405 24.608 24
25 Mitsubishi 1.289 17.178 25
26 Porsche 1.105 11.833 29
27 Lexus 931 13.165 28
28 Smart 921 11.172 30
29 DS 864 15.318 26
30 Jeep 735 13.277 27
31 Alfa Romeo 324 4.589 31
32 Abarth 291 3.690 34
33 MG 263 3.825 33
34 SsangYong 245 4.279 32
35 Subaru 219 3.282 35
36 Infiniti 194 2.813 36
37 Bentley 111 1.820 37
38 Maserati 94 1.285 38
39 Aston Martin 91 799 39
40 Lotus 36 334 40
41 Chevrolet 1 4 41
(other british labels) 103 770
(other imported brands) 169 3.115