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We are catching up on lost time with UK sales data: today I can give you a Top 360 All-models ranking for the first 9 months of 2014, the last stop before Full Year 2014 data. This is to be compared with a Top 10 traditionally, or a Top 20 for the FY2014 (for now). Note this ranking represents cars registered, not sold and therefore many be slightly different than the previous H1 2014 data published. It also has a few quirks, notably unusual sales splits for the Mini (Cooper/One/Countryman/Roadster/Paceman). Outside the familiar Top 10, the Mercedes C-Class gains two spots on H1 to #11, the Mini Cooper, Mercedes A-Class and Nissan Note do the same at #21, #22 and #25 respectively, the Ford Kuga gains 4 to #28 and the Renault Captur takes a slight advantage over its archenemy the Peugeot 2008 at #41 vs. #44.
The Volvo V40 is up 6 ranks to #45, the Suzuki Alto up 9 to #56, BMW 4 Series up 5 to #64, the Fiat 500L, now split from the 500, appears at #75 with 8,466 sales, the Mini Countryman climbs to #96 and the Mitsubishi Outlander is up 22 spots to #99. Dacia marks a slight pause: the Sandero is down 7 spots vs. H1 to #62 with 10,896 sales, the Duster slips out of the Top 100 at #102 with 4,736 units and the Logan is down two ranks to #149 and 1,802 deliveries.
Among 2014 newcomers, the Peugeot 108 shoots up 190 spots to #109, the Mercedes GLA is up 11 to #124, the BMW 2 Series up 18 to #125, the Ford Ecosport up 38 to a still very shy #156 and 1,618 sales, the Porsche Macan up 9 to #188, the Tesla Model S up 22 to #226 and the BMW X4 up 82 to #233. We welcome the Nissan Pulsar at #222, the VW e-Golf at #313, Lamborghini Huracan at #334 and Lexus NX at #338. In the local produce aisle, notice the Jaguar F-Type at #150, the MG 3 at #168, the Bentley Continental at #201 and the Rolls-Royce Wraith at #274.
Previous All-models ranking: UK 1st Half 2014: Now with Top 350 All-models (BSCB Exclusive)
Full 9 months 2014 Top 360 All-models Ranking Table below.