4th BSCB feature in Auto Express, Britain’s biggest selling car weekly

Auto Express Feature 4

After The best-selling cars you’ve never heard of, China on the march and a piece on the re-export phenomenon in the European Union, I have now written a fourth feature in Britain’s biggest-selling weekly car magazine, Auto Express. In this week’s issue on sale today Wednesday 30th March, I go through 50 years worth of best-sellers in the UK, drawing on the historical data available on BSCB.

This three-page Inside Story titled “Chart hits of the past 50 years” features BSCB with the usual signature this time focusing on the historical database but also in the intro of the article: “A look back through the history books flags up some great recovery stories, as well as some fallen heroes – once great names in the business now consigned to the scrapyard. With the help of BestSellingCarsBlog, Auto Express has tracked the past 50 years, taking snapshots of annual UK new car sales every decade to chronicle a period of enormous change.”

I mixed car sales data up with the royal, political, musical and sports news most relevant for each year in order to make this a real trip down memory lane! The Austin/Morris 1100, Ford Cortina, Austin Allegro, Maestro, BMC Mini, Datsun Sunny, Rover 100, Ford Escort and many more are featured. If you live in the UK, go get yourself a copy: it in on sale until next Tuesday 4th April. You can also buy it online here.

UK: Nameplates Records now updated with 2015 data

The Ford Cortina sold 193,784 units in 1979, a volume record for the UK

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We can share with you an updated ranking exclusive to BSCB: the best-selling nameplates in the country, ranked by their volume record year and covering the past 50 years since records began. Since 1965, 15 nameplates have sold upwards of 100,000 annual units at least once, with only one foreign model among them: the Peugeot 206.

Peugeot 206

The Ford Cortina holds the record for the highest volume delivered in a single year in the UK with 193,784 units sold in 1979. The Ford Escort follows at 181,218 in 1989 and the Ford Sierra rounds up the podium at 175,911 also in 1989, making it the highest-selling model that never managed to be #1… The Austin Morris 1100, Ford Fiesta and Focus are the only other nameplates to have crossed the 150,000 annual sales mark.

Austin Metro

Vauxhall’s highest seller is the Cavalier with 138,357 units in 1990, while the Austin Metro peaked at 137,303 sales in 1983. Notice the Morris Marina at #11 thanks to 114,600 units sold in 1973 and the Ford Anglia at #18 with 84,589 sales in 1965.

Peugeot 306

The Top 2 foreign models volume records were delivered in 2002: the Peugeot 206 at a seemingly unbeatable 101,019 units, which earned it a record 4th place, the highest annual ranking ever reached by a foreign model in the UK. The Renault Clio comes in 2nd at 86,336 sales that same year and the VW Golf ranks third with 73,880 units hit in 2014, while its highest ranking is a record-equalling 4th position reached in 2011.

Nissan Micra

The Peugeot 306 at #4 broke the foreign model volume record 4 consecutive times between 95 and 98. In fact Peugeot, once a local producer, places no less than 8 models in the Top 16 highest selling foreign nameplates: the 206 (#1), 306 (#4), 207 (#5), 307 (#8), 205 (#13), 405 (#14), 106 (#15) and 406 (#16). Sister brand Citroen places the Xsara at #6 and the Saxo at #22. Note the BMW 3 Series at #7 with a peak of 65,489 units in 2003.

Nissan Qashqai UK 2015Nissan Qashqai

In 2015 the Nissan Qashqai becomes the first Japanese model to break into the annual UK Top 5, and also breaks the annual volume record for a Nippon model (60,814) previously held by the Nissan Micra since 1989 (54,175) Interestingly, the Micra never managed to break into the year-end Top 10, a feat that the Datsun Sunny (in 1977, 78, 82 and 83) and Datsun Cherry (1981) have managed.

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UK February 2016: Kia Sportage breaks into Top 10 for the first time

Kia Sportage UK February 2016The Kia Sportage is the 3rd Korean model to ever break the monthly UK Top 10.

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The UK new car market is up a splendid 8% year-on-year in February to 83.395 registrations, the largest February score since 2004. This brings the year-to-date total to 253.073 units, up 5% on 2015. Even more satisfying: this growth is solely driven by private sales, up 23% and accounting for 45.2% of the market vs. 39.9% a year ago, whereas fleet sales are down 1% to 53.1% share vs. 58.3 in February 2015.

February UK registrations 2000-2016 (Source: SMMT):

 

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Ford dominates the brands ranking once again with 13.8% share thanks to sales up 17% on a year ago whereas its immediate followers both lose significant ground: Vauxhall is down 18% to 9.4% share and Volkswagen down 13% to 8%. BMW (+13%) surges 3 spots on January to land in 4th position above Audi (+22%) and Mercedes (+20%). Notice also Kia (+24%), Skoda (+28%), Honda (+30%), Suzuki (+35%), Seat (+36%), Land Rover (+61%), Smart (+123%) and Jaguar (+209%) all in very solid shape.

Nissan Qashqai UK February 2016The Nissan Qashqai posts a 2nd consecutive month on the UK podium. 

Over in the models ranking, the Ford Fiesta reigns supreme and even improves its market share to 5.4% thanks to sales up 10% to 4.507, above the VW Golf down 19% to 2.574. After ranking at an all-time record 2nd place last month, the Nissan Qashqai confirms its incredible year start by signing a second consecutive (and ever) podium finish at #3 with 2.486 sales (+38%). It still ranks #2 year-to-date. Before 2016, the Qashqai’s best-ever monthly ranking in the UK was #4, hit in January and March 2015… The Vauxhall Corsa (-15%) and Astra (-32%) disappoint while the Ford Focus is solid in 5th place with sales up 17%.

The Hyundai i10 is the highest-ranking Korean model in the UK: #3 in August 2009.

But the event of the month can be found in 9th place: boosted by the new generation, the Kia Sportage makes its very first appearance in the UK monthly Top 10, up from #19 in January and #29 over the Full Year 2015. The Sportage sells 1.521 units for a 1.8% market share and is the third Korean model to ever rank within the UK Top 10 along with the Kia Picanto, #9 in February 2010, and the Hyundai i10, breaking into the UK Top 10 for a total of six times between July 2009 and December 2011, peaking at #3 in August 2009.

The Datsun Sunny was the first Japanese model in the UK Top 10.

For comparison, the first Japanese nameplate to break into the annual UK Top 10 was the Datsun Sunny in 1977 (#10) followed by the Datsun Cherry, #8 in 1981. The Nissan Qashqai, manufactured locally, is the only other Nippon car to rank within the year-end UK Top 10, having done so every year since 2010, and the first one to break into the annual Top 5, just last year. The Qashqai first broke into the monthly UK Top 10 back in May 2009, joining already large ranks of Japanese models at this level, including the Nissan March, Honda Civic and Honda Jazz. The Toyota Yaris (first in August 2009) and Nissan Juke (January 2013) were the last Japanese cars to break into the UK Top 10 for the first time.

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UK January 2016: Discover the Top 130 models (BSCB Exclusive)

Mercedes A Class UK January 2016The Mercedes A-Class jumps to #12 in the UK in January. 

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After the Top 10 models and All-brands ranking, we now explore a more detailed models ranking for the UK in January. The Vauxhall Mokka is just 118 units off another Top 10 ranking, followed by the Mercedes A-Class up 8 spots on both its December and FY2015 rankings, the Toyota Yaris is back up 43 ranks to #13, the Mercedes E-Class is up 10 to #15, the Kia Sportage up 12 to #19, Citroen C1 up 43 to #21, Honda Jazz up 72 to #94, Ford Mondeo up 14 to #23 and the Ford Ecosport is stable at an excellent 34th place. Among recent launches, the Hyundai Tucson is up 20 spots on December to #24, the Jaguar XE up 19 to #32, the Vauxhall Viva (aka Opel Karl) up 38 to #53 and Renault Kadjar down 13 to #73.

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UK January 2016: Nissan Qashqai surges to record-breaking 2nd place

Nissan Qashqai UK January 2016. Picture courtesy autoexpress.co.ukNissan Qashqai – Never before had a Japanese nameplate ranked so high in the UK.

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The UK new car market starts 2016 on a positive note with sales up 3% to reach an 11-year high for January of 169.678 registrations. Even better news: this increase is fuelled by private buyers with demand for new cars up by 8% to 73.061 units and 43.1% share vs. 41% a year ago according to SMMT. The month marks the highest number of new cars registered to private buyers in January in 12 years. On the other hand, fleet sales are down 1% to 89.901 units and 53% share vs. 55.2% in January 2015. Alternative-fuel vehicle continue to grow in popularity, with registrations up 32% year-on-year to a record 3.6% share. Petrol hybrids are up 44% to 3.783 cars, plug-in hybrids up 32% to 1.592 and pure electric cars up 14% to 584.

January-new-car-registrations-1997-to-presentSource: SMMT

Ford maintains its grip on the UK market with volumes up 3% to 22.035 and 13% share whereas immediate followers Vauxhall (-10%) and Volkswagen (-14%) bite the dust. Mercedes on the other hand is up a fantastic 26% on January 2015 to land in 4th position overall with 11.800 sales and 7% share, only 255 units below Volkswagen! Audi (+1%) isn’t far behind either at 11.513 units with Nissan the last manufacturer to post a 5-digit sales figure in the UK this month at 10.720 (-3%). Notice also Suzuki up 24%, Honda up 25%, Mazda up 28%, Renault up 37%, Ssangyong up 122%, MG up 132%, Jeep up 139%, Jaguar up 182% and Smart up 266%.

Mercedes CLA UK January 2016Mercedes is up 26% to tease Volkswagen for third place overall in the UK brands ranking. 

In the models ranking, the Ford Fiesta retains the pole position by far at 5.1% share despite sales down 4% on a year ago, but the big event this month is the Nissan Qashqai rising to a best-ever 2nd place in the UK, the highest-ever ranking reached by a Japanese nameplate here and smashing its previous best of #4 hit in January 2015 and March 2015. January and March are traditionally very strong months for Nissan and this year is now exception with the Juke making a reappearance inside the UK Top 10 for only the second time in the past 10 months at #6 and 3.446 sales. The Vauxhall Corsa (-30%), Ford Focus (-11%), VW Golf (-13%), Audi A3 (-12%) and Mercedes C-Class (-14%) all fall heavily.

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UK Full Year 2015 – LCV: Ford Transit Custom & Vauxhall Vivaro on top

Ford Transit Custom UK 2015

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For the first time in four years on BSCB we can share with you the best-selling Light Commercial Vehicles in the UK. The Ford Transit nameplates holds onto the top spot for the 51st consecutive year, albeit in its “Custom” form now at almost 43.000 sales. The Vauxhall Vivaro is a fair bit of distance below at 27.400 units while the “original” Transit lurks in third place with 26.200 deliveries.

Vauxhall Vivaro UK 2015Vauxhall Vivaro

The Mercedes Sprinter and VW Transporter round up the Top 5, with Peugeot placing two nameplates inside the Top 10: the Partner (#8) and Boxer (#10). The Toyota Hilux (+4%) dominates the pick-up market again – ranking just outside the overall LCV Top 10 – but its advantage over the Mitsubishi L200 (+30%) has thawed to just 217 units while the new generation boosts the Ford Ranger up 47% to #14 overall.

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UK Full Year 2015: Market up 6% to record 2.633.503 units

Nissan Qashqai UK 2015. Picture courtesy autocar.co.ukThe locally-produced Nissan Qashqai is the first-ever Japanese car to break the annual UK Top 5. 

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It’s official: 2015 is an all-time record year for new car sales in the UK, up a solid 6% to 2.633.503 units, beating the previous best of 2.579.050 units reached 12 years ago in 2003. In fact, it is only the fourth time in history the UK market is above 2.5 million and the first time in over a decade after 2002, 2003 and 2004.  There is however a distinctly nagging feeling to this perfect picture: if in 2014 private and fleet sales were almost exactly at the same level, this year a large part of the year-on-year growth is coming from fleet deliveries up 12% to 1.317.570, reaching an all-time high 50% share vs. just +2.5% to 1.208.812 and 45.9% share for private purchases. Business sales for their part are down 10% to just 107.121 units and 4.1% share. A market boosted by fleet sales is by nature lacking in fundamental health and it’s one of the reasons why SMMT predicts flat overall sales for 2016.

UK new car registrations – rolling year totals, 2009 to present (source SMMT):

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Jaguar XE UK 2015The XE single-handedly boost Jaguar sales up 30% at home in 2015.

Brand-wise, the podium is unchanged with Ford sovereign again at 12.7% share above Vauxhall at 10%, while Volkswagen has experienced a rollercoaster year, historically outselling Vauxhall in April to rank #2 overall but sinking 20% in November in the midst of its emissions scandal. BMW takes control of luxury brands thanks to sales up a spectacular 12% to 167.391, overtaking Audi (+4%) with Mercedes (+17%) catching up in 7th place. Hyundai replaces Citroen in the Top 10 and outside, Renault (+14%), Land Rover (+18%), Mini (+18%), Mazda (+20%), Jaguar (+30%), Mitsubishi (+44%), Porsche (+33%), Jeep (+176%) and Smart (+95%) take off. DS appears as a standalone brand at #29.

Vauxhall Mokka UK 2015. Picture courtesy autoexpress.co.ukThe Vauxhall Mokka makes its grand entrance in the annual UK Top 10.

Over in the models ranking, the Ford Fiesta signs a 7th consecutive win with 133.434 sales, and is followed this year by the Vauxhall Corsa boosted up 13% by the new model and overtaking the Ford Focus to land at #2 for the first time since 2012. Below the VW Golf, the Nissan Qashqai (+22%) is the first-ever Japanese model to break the annual UK Top 5 at #5 with 60.814 sales. The Vauxhall Astra falls to its lower UK ranking in 31 years (since 1984) at #7 – the new generation cannot come quick enough – just as the Vauxhall Mokka delivers its very first annual Top 10 ranking at #10. Finally, the Mini (#9) is back inside the annual UK Top 10 for the first time since 2012.

Land Rover Discovery Sport UK 2015The Land Rover Discovery Sport is the most popular all-new model in the UK in 2015.

Outside the Top 10, the Ford Kuga is up 39% and 9 spots to #17, the Renault Captur is up 28% to #24, the Toyota Aygo up 22% to #25, the BMW 4 Series up 60% to #28 and the Ford Mondeo up 47% to #36. The Land Rover Discovery Sport is the most popular all-new model in the UK for 2015, brilliantly breaking ion the Top 50 for its very firs annual appearance at #49 with 16.485 deliveries. It is followed by the Citroen C4 Cactus at #75 (11.357), Hyundai Tucson at #81 (10.203 sales), the Jaguar XE at #85 (9.543), the Fiat 500X at #102, Jeep Renegade at #107, Suzuki Vitara at #110, Smart Forfour at #111 and the Vauxhall Viva at #114. A year rich in novelties indeed!

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UK December 2015: Mini on podium in record month

Mini Cooper UK December 2015The Mini hatch is the third best-selling nameplate in the UK this month.

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The UK market ends 2015 with a bang with sales up 8.5% year-on-year to the highest December score on record at 180.077 registrations. This brings the Full Year 2015 figures to an all-time record of 2.63 million units, which we will analyse shortly in more detail in a separate post. An important element to keep in mind is that December is heavily biased by year-end incentive, especially in a market where every second car sales is a fleet sale. Ford (+13%) outpaces the market to reach 12.9% share above Vauxhall at 11.6% (-10%). BMW delivers a stunning 38% year-on-year gain lifting it to third place overall with 9.5% share, over three percentage points above its annual share of 6.3%. BMW places the 3 Series at #8 and the 1 Series at #9. After sinking by 20% in October, Volkswagen already stabilises this month but drops to 4th. Peugeot (+20%), Mazda (+30%), Volvo (+31%), Dacia (+33%), Land Rover (+36%) and Jaguar (+42%) also shine.

Austin Mini UK 1982The last time a Mini appeared on the UK podium, it still looked like this…

In the models ranking, the Ford Fiesta posts an impressive 20% year-on-year gain in pole position to 8.977 sales, a very comfortable distance above the Vauxhall Corsa, down 14% on a particularly strong December 2014 score to 3.8%. But the main event in December in the UK is the landing on the podium of the Mini with 5.371 sales and 3% share. This is the highest ranking ever reached by the Mini “at home” in the UK since the relaunch of the legendary nameplate 16 years ago, with its previous best being #4 in December 2010 and December 2014. More impressive, the last time the Mini (then Austin Mini) ranked within the UK podium is likely to be 1980, a year the diminutive car finished at #4 before crumbling 53% to #10 in 1981, hit by cannibalisation from the Austin Metro. The last time a Mini was on the annual UK podium was in 1979 (#3).

BMW X1 UK December 2015The BMW X1 breaks into the UK Top 50 in December.

Outside the familiar Top 10, the VW Passat shoots up 20 spots on last month to #15, the BMW 4 Series down the same to #17, the BMW 2 Series is up 9 to #19 and the 5 Series up 18 to #23 while the X1 is up a mammoth 74 ranks to #42, the Renault Kadjar stabilises at #60 and the Mini Clubman is up 20 to #71.

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UK November 2015: Now with Top 140 models (BSCB Exclusive)

Land Rover Discovery Sport UK November 2015. Picture courtesy carmagazine.co.ukThe Land Rover Discovery Sport breaks into the UK Top 20 for the first time. Picture carmagazine.co.uk

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As per the BSCB tradition, after going through the All-brands and Top 10 models for November, we now study a more detailed models ranking, going this month to the Top 140. After so many years of only being able to share with you a monthly UK Top 10, more detail is a true breath of fresh air. The VW Polo (#11), Nissan Juke (#12) and BMW 1 Series (#16) are kicked out of the Top 10 in November, replaced by the Vauxhall Mokka (#5), Insignia (#8) and Astra (#10). The Ford Kuga is up one spot on October to #14, but the most impressive improvements this month are to be credited to Land Rover: both the Range Rover Evoque and the Land Rover Discovery Plus rank within the UK Top 20, for the first time ever in the case of the latter.

Mini Clubman UK November 2015Mini Clubman

The Hyundai Tucson continues its progression and is now knocking on the Top 25’s door, thanks to the Active and Gran Tourer variants the BMW 2 Series maintains itself inside the Top 30 vs. #53 year-to-date, the Dacia Sandero is up 41 ranks on last month to #32, the Jaguar XE gains another 10 spots to #39, the Ford Ecosport is once again inside the Top 50, the Renault Kadjar is up 50 ranks to #60 and the Mercedes GLC up 52 to #73. The Vauxhall Viva, Jeep Renegade and Suzuki Vitara hold their rank in the Top 100 but the Honda HR-V drops out of it. Finally, the Mini Clubman returns to the UK charts at #91.

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UK November 2015: VW down 20%, Vauxhall Mokka breaks into Top 5 in market back up

Vauxhall Mokka UK November 2015. Picture courtesy evo.co.ukThe Vauxhall Mokka is among the five most popular cars in the UK.

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After ending a record series of 43 consecutive months of year-on-year gains in October, the UK market is immediately and reassuringly back into positive territory with November sales up 4% to 178.876, bringing the year-to-date total to a record 2.453.426 units. This month Ford (+13%) is under attack from Vauxhall (+26%) at 21.597 sales vs. 20.945 after the latter posted a particularly weak result in October.

VW Golf UK November 2015. Picture courtesy caradvice.com.auHit by the emissions scandal: Volkswagen is down 20% in the UK this month. 

But the big news is Volkswagen turning off: down a harsh 20% to 7.2% share vs. 8.5% so far in 2015 now that sales take into account vehicles ordered after its emission scandal broke on September 18, but also various stop-sales effective on diesel models affected. All other brands of the Volkswagen Group drop: Audi (-4%), Skoda (-11%), Seat (-24%) and even Porsche (-1%). UK consumers are however not shunning diesel engines outside of the VW Group with the market share for this fuel type stable at 51.2% vs. 45.9% for petrol.

Land Rover Discovery Sport UK November 2015Partly thanks to the Discovery Sport, Land Rover is among the Top 10 brands in the UK.

Volkswagen is now threatened by BMW for 4th place at 12.958 sales vs. 11.963, while Mercedes gains 13% to land in 6th place, overtaking Nissan (-18%). But the winner this month in the UK brands ranking is Land Rover, almost doubling its sales year-on-year (+94%) to historically break into the Top 10 for the first time in BSCB memory – and most probably ever – at #9 with 6.535 sales and 3.7%. The closer Land Rover came to a Top 10 ranking before was in March 2013 (#11). Notice also Dacia (+41%), Jaguar (+66%), Jeep (+121%), Smart (+442%), MG (+46%) and Ssangyong (+99%) all posting spectacular gains.

Vauxhall Corsa UK November 2015. Picture courtesy autoexpress.co.ukThe Corsa (+50%) helps Vauxhall gain 26% at home this month.

In the models ranking, the Ford Fiesta holds onto the pole position for just 559 units at 7.826 (+2%) vs. 7.267 (+50%) for he Vauxhall Corsa while the Ford Focus (+1%) reclaims its segment lead off the VW Golf (-20%) at #3. The hero of the month is the Vauxhall Mokka: after missing out on 4th consecutive Top 10 ranking by just one unit in October, the star crossover breaks into the UK overall Top 5 for the very first time at #5 with 3.928 units, beating its previous ranking record (#6) established last December. The Vauxhall Insignia is up 11 ranks on last month to reach its best ranking since March at #8 and the Vauxhall Astra is back inside a Top 10 it left last month for the first time in over a decade.

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