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Scotland (UK) Full Year 2016: Corsa (-16%) leads, Astra up 20%

The Vauxhall Corsa remains the best-selling model in Scotland in 2016. 

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Through our partnership with  we can share with you 2016 sales data for Scotland. Keep in mind this is a zoom in for each UK nation, these figures are already included in the UK Full Year 2016 Report. The Scottish new car market is up by a very shy 0.2% year-on-year in 2016 to 220.906 registrations, and its best-seller remains the Vauxhall Corsa despite sales down 16% to 4.6% share. It distances the Ford Fiesta (-14%), VW Polo (-8%) and Ford Focus (-12%) demonstrating the fragmentation process Scotland is going through at the moment with large declines for the entire Top 4. The Vauxhall Astra on the other hand gains 20% to land at #5, the Renault Clio is up 7% to #6, the Fiat 500 up 4% to #8 and the Mini breaks into the Top 10 at #9, the brand even placing the Mini Countryman at #9 in December.

Previous month: UK nations November 2016: Renault Clio and Captur lead in Scotland

Previous year: Scotland (UK) Full Year 2015: New Gen lifts Vauxhall Corsa back to #1

Two years ago: Scotland (UK) Full Year 2014: Ford Fiesta ends 6-year of Vauxhall Corsa reign

Full Year and December 2016 Top 10 models vs. Full Year 2015 data below.

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