Alfa Romeo, Dacia and Honda crash

During the month of February New car registrations in the UK fell 35.5% Compared to the same month of the previous year until arrival The total volume is 51,312 units Hand it over to new customers.

By fuels The best-selling gasoline cars remained with a share of 52.1% and 26,752 units. In addition, 6,761 diesels, 5187 petrols, 2,758 diesels, 3,516 pure electrics, 3,207 hybrids and 3,131 hybrids were sold.

By brands, there was no company working to improve the records obtained a year ago, although we should welcome Polestar and Cupra, two brands that have been successfully anchored in the country.

Brand classification in February 2021

  1. Ford 5.129.500
  2. Volkswagen 4,952.00
  3. BMW 3.939.1
  4. Mercedes 3.787
  5. Audi 3.715.0000
  6. Vauxhall 3.359.0
  7. Kia 2873
  8. Toyota 2.358.0
  9. Nissan 2.275
  10. Skoda 2.243.0000
  11. Peugeot 1.950.000
  12. Land Rover 1.837.500
  13. The 1.788 Volvo
  14. Mini 1.557.0
  15. Seat 1,524,000
  16. Hyundai 1.258.1
  17. Citroen 1.099.00
  18. MG 831
  19. Renault 698
  20. Suzuki 511
  21. Mazda 496
  22. Honda 495
  23. Fiat 425
  24. Jaguar 334
  25. Dacia 293
  26. Polestar 261
  27. Mitsubishi 210
  28. Porsche 193
  29. Lexus 192
  30. Pocket 120
  31. Cobra 78
  32. Q 73
  33. Abarth 65
  34. SMART 59
  35. Alfa Romeo 30
  36. Bentley 28
  37. Subaru 22
  38. SsangYong 17
  39. Maserati 12
  40. Other Britons 67
  41. Others have imported 159

Among the biggest declines recorded in February, we should mention the declines of Suzuki (-49.9%), Renault (-47.1%), Mazda (-47.7%), Lexus (-54.5%), Jaguar (-60.6%), Hyundai. (-49.0%), Honda (-72.5%), Fiat (-61.2%), Dacia (-64.4%) and Alfa Romeo (-73, 3%)

Best February 10, 2021

  1. Ford Fiesta 1645
  2. Vauxhall Corsa 1408
  3. Nissan Qashqai 1,321
  4. Mercedes A Class 1,298
  5. Volvo XC40 1.251.0
  6. Kia Nero 1,215.500
  7. Volkswagen T-Roc 1.031.0
  8. VW Tiguan 1.011.0
  9. Ford Kuga 960
  10. Ford Focus 945
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The Ford Fiesta I managed to regain first place in February, despite not having enough volume to achieve leadership in the backlog still in the hands of Vauxhall Corsa, The only company model that maintains an acceptable size. The Nissan Qashqai It closed in third with good numbers.

One of the surprises of the month is the good work Volkswagen T Rock In many markets, customers are stealing from the eighth generation of Golf which is very expensive. The Ford Kuga In the UK it has always performed very well and continued to do so in 2021 while it was The Volvo XC40 It strengthens its strength with the great fifth.

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