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Top 10: Best-selling cars of 2018

The UK new car market declined in 2018 (again) due to uncertainty around diesel legislation and Brexit. However, despite the 6.8 per cent fall in sales, the country still bought more than 2.3 million new cars. 

Click through the gallery to see the top 10 best-selling cars in 2018.

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Nissan Qashqai – 50,546 registered

Although there's no shortage of decent rivals to the Nissan Qashqai, the British-built crossover continues to outsell alternatives. There's lots to like, including low running costs and good practicality, although the cash you'd have to put down to have a Qashqai on zero per cent PCP finance has increased to £299 as of late, meaning it's no longer as competitive as rivals like the SEAT Ateca - which you can get for £219 per month.

Read our review of the Nissan Qashqai


NickNike    on 14 January 2019

You'd think buyers would do some research before parting with a lot of money. 50 years of motoring has taught me that Vauxhalls are not only unreliable, they are pricey for what you get and are not great to drive. There are so many good cars as competition.

   on 14 January 2019

Are these best selling cars or cars taken out on finance for 3 or 4 years

Johnfrog    on 14 January 2019

As usual, it's all down to personal experience NickNike. I have just sold a 22 year old Corsa which had been in daily use by my wife and is still going strong and I use an immaculate and reliable 40 year old Mk1 Cavalier 2000GL , which I bought new in 1978. Admittedly the Cavalier was Belgian-built. Most of the Luton-built ones fell apart long ago.

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