Boom time for Vauxhall | Industry - Car News Oct 2019

main article image

13:18 Monday 07 Oct 2019

The Vauxhall Corsa was the UK’s most popular new car in September, with 12,921 sold.

Corsa topped the sales charts as customers rushed to purchase new 69-plate cars.  The latest model is the fourth generation Corsa, and more than 2.1million Corsas have been sold in the UK since the model first hit the roads in 1993.

With both the Mokka X SUV and Insignia models topping their respective segments too, September was a spectacular month for Vauxhall.  The brand also became the UK’s second best-selling van maker, with a 12.94% share of the LCV market.

In all, Vauxhall has outperformed a struggling market so far in 2019, and the brand now accounts for over 7.5% of all cars and light commercials sold in the UK.


Carfinance247 banner

Click here to sign up for our monthly newsletter

Popular news stories

Hubcap animal sculptures
The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS unveiled
Audi R8 prices revealed   The new Lotus Evora 400

Hubcap animal sculptures


Reid: TopGear like a war


Audi R8 prices revealed


The new Lotus Evora 400

It has been a momentous week for Aston Martin as factory in St Athan begins car production.
Jaguar Land Rover are to build a range of new electrified models in the Midlands, UK.
SEAT opened 2019 with its highest-ever first six-monthly sales figures. With 8.4% growth.
New figures have laid bare the future challenges facing the UK engine manufacturing industry.
MG are continuing to buck market trends with another record-breaking month.
New automotive manufacturing facility is heading for the South Wales town of Bridgend.