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UK First Half 2017: Now available with Top 150 models (BSCB Exclusive)

The Nissan X-Trail is up 62% to #30 in the UK so far this year. 

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We now have access to an H1 2017 Top 150 models ranking for the UK which normally restricts its model info to the Top 10. We learn that the Kia Sportage (+5%), Nissan Juke (+7%) and Ford Kuga (+11%) are nipping at the heels of the Top 10, all within 1.600 units. The Vauxhall Mokka on the other hand has slipped out of the Top 10, down 14% to #16 despite the arrival of the new Mokka X. The Fiat 500 (-12%) is also losing touch with the 10 best-sellers at #18 over the period. In contrast, they Hyundai Tucson is up 15% to #19, the VW Tiguan up 55% to #22, the Hyundai i10 up 17% to #25 and the Nissan X-Trail up 62% to #30.

The Land Rover Discovery Sport breaks into the UK Top 25. 

Further down towards the end of the Top 50, we also have a series of big gainers: the Dacia Sandero is up 13% and 13 spots to #44, the Citroen C3 up 85% to #45, the Ford Ecosport up 10% to #46, the Volvo XC60 up 24% to #47 and the Peugeot 3008 up 118% to #48. Among locals, the Range Rover Evoque (+3%) is down one spot to #23, the Land Rover Discovery Sport is up 15% and 6 spots to #24, ahead of the Jaguar XE (#63), Jaguar F-Pace (#67), Land Rover Discovery (#68) and Range Rover Sport. As far as recent launches are concerned, the Toyota C-HR lands at #57, the Audi Q2 at #79, the Seat Ateca at #82 and the Fiat Tipo at #87.

Previous post: UK July 2017: Ford Focus and VW Golf on top, market down 9.3%

Previous H1 2017 post: UK First Half 2017: Mercedes shines, places C-Class and A-Class in Top 10

One year ago: UK First Half 2016: Record volume but Brexit brings cloudy horizon

Full H1 2017 Top 150 models ranking vs. Full H1 2016 figures below.

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