The Hottest cars in July!
Which cars were the most popular in July? We take a look at the best-selling vehicles last month and what we predict is going to be flying of the production line in the near future. The best news of all we have all of the top 10 available for business or personal lease! So for a low affordable monthly payment, and even a maintenance option for trouble free motoring - you so you can stay on trend !
- In at the top spot …..It’s no surprise the Ford Fiesta has sold 2,442 cars so is remaining as popular as always.
- In second place is another offering from Ford the Ford Focus with 2,330 sales.
- The Vauxhall Astra sold an impressive 1,691
- Another Vauxhall takes fourth place the Vauxhall Corsa.
- In at the halfway mark for last month is the Volkswagen Golf sold 879 models
- Selling just a few less was the Nissan Qashqai with sales of 841
- In at seventh place is another Vauxhall the Insignia that sold 745 models
- The Peugeot 207 is next with 650 sales
- Second to last is yet another Vauxhall in the top 10, this time it’s the Zafira that sold 637
- Just making it into the top spot for the month of July was the BMW 3 Series - that sold a still impressive 634 cars
So that’s the top 10 covered but what do we think will be wowing us with impressive sales in the future? After only 18 months on sale the Vauxhall Adam city car has managed to take 100,000 European orders, so it’s definitely one to watch! As is the Vauxhall Adam Rocks Airthat was first introduced as a concept vehicle in 2013, but after the amazing response it received it is now a production vehicle available this summer. The Adam Air Rocks is the tougher bigger brother to the Adam family, with a more rugged look it is an urban mini 3 door crossover. The ‘air’ bit in the name? That’s because there is a full length folding canvas roof so you can make the most of those rare sunny days! I’m sure we will be seeing it in the top ten soon!
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22 August 2014
Written by Rivervale