Vauxhall tops Scots sales charts 08 | 01 | 2019

    VAUXHALL WAS THE largest-selling manufacturer in Scotland in 2018, according to figures released today by the Scottish Motor Trade Association. The manufacturer has been number one in Scotland for the last 11 years.

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    Vauxhall sold 20,778 cars in Scotland last year, accounting for 11.1% of the market. With more than 5000 sold last year, the Corsa was Scotland’s second best-selling car, outperformed only by the Ford Fiesta.

    Two other Vauxhall models featured in Scotland’s top 10 best-sellers, including the Crossland X in fifth place with 3334 sold and the Mokka X in 10 place with 3126 sold.


    “The Scottish market is of great importance to Vauxhall,” Stephen Norman, Vauxhall’s Group managing director, said. “We are delighted to be Scotland’s biggest-selling car manufacturer for the 11th year running. Long may it continue."

    In 2019, Vauxhall will launch the new generation of the best-selling Corsa, a Grandland X PHEV and the successor to the successful British-built Vivaro as commercial vehicle and passenger car variants. Additional variants and equipment versions of the Combo will also be on sale, significantly renewing its commercial vehicle portfolio.

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    Jim McGill

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