For superminis Corsa continued its strong UK sales performance in November, topping the charts in two segments according to the latest new car registration data released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The Corsa is the second best selling car in the UK overall in November and the third best selling car for the year to date.
The Corsa was the best-selling supermini in November and year to date, while it was also the second best-selling car in the UK in November. So far in 2023 it ranks third in the overall sales charts with 37,826 units sold. The Corsa Electric remains the best-selling electric supermini, with 3,016 units sold year to date. Mokka Lightning it also leads the small electric SUV charts for 2023 with 6,854 registered.
Vauxhall’s passenger car market share in November increased by 1.26 per cent compared to last year, reaching 5.88 per cent. This represents 9,204 vehicle registrations per month and 94,423 years to date.
James Taylor, Vauxhall brand managing director, said: “With the arrival of the New Corsa, Vauxhall continues to lead the supermini segment, with the continued popularity of Corsa Electric and Mokka Electric It shows that Vauxhall is the brand that people trust to convert to electric. We are committed to making electric cars accessible to all and are taking action through our Electric Roads UK initiative to develop the UK’s on-road charging infrastructure. In short, for the Stellantis group there is still good news from the UK which this year has been very generous to the car group born from the merger of FCA and PSA Groupe and led by a worldwide CEO. Carlos Tavares.