The Hyundai i20 breaks into the UK Top 50 this year.
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The UK is the last Top 12 market to be updated with a full All-models ranking for the 1st Quarter 2015, exclusive to BSCB. You can see all Q1 2015 updates for the Top 12 markets in the world here, and you can see the original March 2015 UK update here. This ranking reflects the cars registered in the country and therefore is slightly different to the monthly updates we publish here. For example, the Mercedes C-Class is up to a brilliant 6th place with 15.161 sales vs. #12 over the Full Year 2014, the Fiat 500 is up to #9 and the Audi A3 down to #10. The Mini (#11) and Vauxhall Mokka (#12) are knocking at the Top 10’s door while the BMW 3 Series is down 6 spots on its 2012 ranking to #17. There are two new entrants inside the UK Top 20 over the period: the Citroen C4/Picasso at #18 and the Ford Kuga at #20.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport lands directly at #65 at home.
Further down, the Toyota Aygo (+10 spots on FY2014), Range Rover Evoque (+16), Renault Captur (+12), VW Tiguan (+15), Peugeot 2008 (+12), Peugeot 108 (+57), Mazda3 (+38), Mitsubishi Outlander (+45) and Ford Mondeo (+11) all take off. Outside the Top 50, notice the Dacia Sandero up 7 ranks to #55, the BMW 2 Series up 27 to #84, the Ford Ecosport up 53 to #91 and the Nissan Pulsar up 82 to #94. There are six all-new entrants in the UK sales charts this year so far, led by the Land Rover Discovery at #65 followed by the Jeep Renegade at #121, the Smart Forfour at #129, Suzuki Vitara at #211, Jaguar XE at #250 and Fiat 500X at #313.
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Full Q1 2015 Top 352 All-models vs. Full Year 2014 Ranking Tables below.