The 20 most popular new motors of 2013

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  1. wemorgan

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    Top 20 biggest selling cars of 2013 | This is Money

    [TABLE]Marque 2013 Sales % Market Share
    Abarth 807 0.06
    Alfa Romeo 3,163 0.24
    Aston Martin 575 0.04
    Audi 84,528 6.38
    Bentley 727 0.05
    BMW 73,604 5.55
    Chevrolet 7,465 0.56
    Chrysler 1,551 0.12
    Citroen 48,516 3.66
    Dacia 8,297 0.63
    Fiat 34,033 2.57
    Ford 188,993 14.25
    Honda 33,598 2.53
    Hyundai 44,132 3.33
    Infiniti 266 0.02
    Jaguar 9,813 0.74
    Jeep 1,091 0.08
    Kia 43,205 3.26
    Land Rover 33,579 5.23
    Lexus 4,806 0.36
    Lotus 122 0.01
    Maserati 194 0.01
    Mazda 17,838 1.35
    Mercedes Benz 62,310 4.7
    MG 156 0.01
    Mini 28,467 2.15
    Mitsubishi 5,431 0.41
    Nissan 70,856 5.34
    Perodua 165 0.01
    Peugeot 63,628 4.8
    Porsche 4,632 0.35
    Proton 15 0
    Renault 22,354 1.69
    Saab 3 0
    Seat 25,681 1.94
    Skoda 37,306 2.81
    Smart 3,263 0.25
    Ssangyong 322 0.02
    Subaru 1,187 0.09
    Suzuki 18,859 1.42
    Toyota 54,003 4.07
    Vauxhall 150,805 11.37
    Volkswagen 115,346 8.7
    Volvo 19,054 1.44
    Other British 503 0.04
    Other Imports 602 0.05
    TOTAL 1,325,851 -
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    Renault are in a big mess - about a fifth of the total of Peugeot / Citroen.

    Jaguar are surprisingly low.
     
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    I thought that too, maybe a mistake?

    Good figures for LR though.
     
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    LR have outsold Jag for many years, but I was still surprised by the Jag numbers. I hope that their new SUV and compact executive will turn the tide. But JLR global sales are still looking very healthy.
     
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    They sold more than twice as many cars as Lexus, though. Lexus must be one of their most direct competitors

    Nick Froome
     
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    See we managed to beat Toyota though- that's a relief. :rolleyes: But Peugeot + Citroen =8.46 and Renault+Nissan 7.03 and perhaps more worrying Hyundai + KIA 6.59 :doh: Meanwhile back in the bunker in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony---- VAG= Audi+Bentley +Seat+Skoda+VW = 19.88%:eek:
     
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    Did better than Rolls !!!
     
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    VAG is a monster of a company when you combine all their sales!
     
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    I just wished MG would do better. The Rover/MG 75 still looks a decent car 10 or so years on.

    The MG6 is not the most appealing car looks wise, but the package of standard features is good value for money.....the problem is they have done little or no marketing to be a serious player.

    Will this all change with the new MG3....I doubt it....loads of promise, but final delivery looks to have fallen short of concept. The interior plastic quality reminds me of a old Renualt 5.
     
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