The Top 10 best selling cars in UK

As the year draws to the end, we bring to your notice the top 10 best selling cars in 2016.
1) The Ford Fiesta tops the list.

It recorded 96,139 registrations since the start of the year, it’s now over 30,000 sales clear of its nearest rival.
2) Vauxhall Corsa occupies the second position

The Vauxhall Corsa takes the second slot with 64,925 sales since the start of the year. With its high quality interior, good level of standard kit and cheap running costs, it remains an attractive proposition.
3) The third position goes to Ford Focus

The Ford Focus acquired it's Strong sales in the last six months and this has helped to put its slow start to the year to one side and it now boasts 57,137 registrations so far.
4) Volkswagen Golf holds the 4th position with 54,954 registrations

The Volkswagen Golf speaks for itself having been around since the 1970s, and has been one of the best selling cars in the country ever since. With its engaging handling, excellent ride and high-quality interior, it sets the benchmark that the makers of hatchback rivals judge their models against.
5). Nissan Qashqai follows with 50,293 registrations.

The Nissan Qashqai sold well in 2015, and its strong performance in 2016 with 50,293 registrations is a sign that it's a serious challenger to the smaller family hatchbacks that normally dominate at the top. It remains an impressive all-round car, which provides a great driving experience and good economy.

6) Vauxhall Astra comes next with 44,771 registrations

The Vauxhall Astra retains its place in the top 10 with good reason. The all-new British built Mk7 was released last year and is one of the best all-round cars on the road right now thanks to its efficient engines, comfortable drive and groundbreaking tech.

7) Volkswagen Polo  takes the 7th position with 43,642 registrations

Despite its age – the Mk5 has been on sale since 2009 – the Volkswagen Polo is still a top-10 best seller. It’s hard to argue with the beautifully built cabin, practicality, low running costs and all-round quality that make it so popular.

8) MINI receives the 8th position with 36,738 registrations

The MINI has been hovering around the fringes of the top 10 all year, but strong summer sales forced it up the charts and it now boasts 36,738 total registrations so far. Buyers clearly like the BMW-like feel, and the five-door model is also extremely practical.

9) Among the top ten, Mercedes C-Class with 34,994 registrations takes the 9th position

The Mercedes C-Class continues to rise up the list, and remains the most popular compact executive car on sale at the moment. The upmarket interior, economical engines and comfortable ride are all strong selling points.

10) Audi A3 occupies the 10th position with 33,240 registrations

The Audi A3 was a regualr feature in the top 10 earlier in the year, but dropped out as summer began. However, now it's back, with 33,240 sales since the start of the year. The premium hatch is efficient, good to drive and boasts a class-leading interior.

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