The Ford Puma now features in the YTD Top 10 of all UK nations bar England.
Thanks to our partnership with SMMT we can now share with you the UK detail by nation for September. Keep in mind this is a zoom in by nation and all sales are already included in our UK September 2020 update. This month Wales (+2.1%) at 12.135 sales and Scotland (+0.6%) at 27.820 manage a year-on-year gain but Northern Ireland (-2.5%) at 5.010 and England (-5.2%) at 282.767 are down. Year-to-date, the best-performing nation is Wales (-25.9%) at 46.937, followed by England (-33.3%) at 1.072.157, Northern Ireland (-34.6%) at 28.189 and Scotland (-35.3%) at 93.655.
This month the Vauxhall Corsa is #1 in England, Wales and Scotland where it is now also #1 YTD while the Ford Fiesta only wins Northern Ireland and ranks #2 in England, Scotland and Wales. The Ford Puma ranks inside the Top 10 of all nations for the 2nd month in a row, and because September volumes are traditionally high with the plate change, the Puma now features in the YTD Top 10 if the smallest 3 UK nations. It scores its first podium in Wales (#3), where it now ranks #6 YTD, it ranks #6 in Northern Ireland and #10 YTD, #6 in Scotland and #9 YTD and #8 in England.
Other podium finishers are the Hyundai Tucson #2 in Northern Ireland, Mercedes A-Class #3 in England, Ford Kuga #3 in Northern Ireland and VW Polo #3 in Scotland. The MG ZS ranks #4 in Wales and earns a spot on the YTD podium at #3, the Vauxhall Crossland X is #4 in Scotland and now #6 YTD, the Seat Leon #9 is in Northern Ireland, the Nissan Juke #9 in Wales, the Renault Clio #10 in Northern Ireland and the Tesla Model 3 estimated at #10 in England. The Tesla Model 3 is estimated to rank #1 in London in September but #2 YTD below the Mercedes A-Class, with the Mini, VW Golf and Nissan Qashqai rounding out the Top 5 and the Kia Niro up to #6.
Full September 2020 Top 10 models for each UK nation and YTD for London below.