The Vauxhall Corsa remains far from the positions of head
sales of new cars in the british market seem to have reached their ceiling. In February traded 83.115 units representing a decline of 0.3% compared with the same month of the previous year. The annual accumulated remains positive with a growth of 1.8% on the basis of the 257.679 units accounted for.
the hegemony of The Ford Fiesta in the ranking of the models remains unaltered, despite the fact that the utility of the brand, the blue oval has seen its sales fell 5% in comparison with February of 2016. The Volkswagen Golf remains strong in the second square and the Ford Focus shows a very strong growing a fabulous 33%.
Vauxhall Astra (-17%) and Mercedes C Class (-26%) close the Top 5, both falling significantly. Worse is the case of the Volkswagen Polo: the current generation of the Polo is at the end of its commercial life and its replacement will arrive in the coming months, a fact that is taking a toll on dealers with a strong fall of the 43%.
The Ford Focus is shown strong in the United Kingdom
Nissan to demonstrate that dominates the world crossover, with the Nissan Qashqai (6) to the front of the compact SUVS and the Nissan Juke (8) to a win in the popular crossover segment in urban areas. Both models have returned to their positions as natural after that in January, the small Juke surprise to your big brother.
Among the manufacturers, Ford is the leader as usual although their enrollments have declined 14% and the Volkswagen assaults the second place of the ranking. Vauxhall, brand recently incorporated into the PSA Group along with Opel, drops to the third position with a great setback in their sales of 20%.
The most cars sold in the uk market are:
|Ranking||Model||Sales feb’17||Sales 2017 (jan-feb)||Ranking 2017 (jan-feb)|
Sales by brand
The units registered by the manufacturers are:
|Ranking||Brand||Sales feb’17||Sales 2017 (jan-feb)||Ranking 2017 (jan-feb)|
|–||(other british labels)||17||69||–|
|–||(other imported brands)||234||624||–|