Top 10: Best-selling cars in October

The UK's new car market fell by almost three per cent in October with 153,599 vehicles registered. Zero emission vehicles — electric and hybrid — saw almost 89 per cent growth (584 more vehicles registered compared to September) despite the announcement that the Plug-in Car Grant has been cut for pure electric cars and withdrawn completely for plug-in hybrids.

But what were the UK's most-popular cars in October? Aside from the Ford Fiesta, obviously...

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BMW 3 Series – 2773 registered

The 3 Series offers lots of tech in the cabin, a wide range of powerful engines and excellent handling. It was revamped in 2015, offering better refinement, and fuel economy. A new model is due to arrive in 2019 though, featuring more kit as standard, more cabin space, a 'Hey BMW'-active personal assistant and a digital key — allowing it to be locked and unlocked via smartphone.

Read our review of the BMW 3 Series


HighlanderUK    on 6 November 2018

a top 20 would be interesting. Keen to see what Mazda's sales are like.

hissingsid    on 7 November 2018

I drive a Mazda CX-3 and I am surprised to see only one Japanese car in the top 10, especially as they are usually near the top of most reliability surveys.

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