An old acquaintance regains his throne: these have been the best-selling cars of November | Economy

The Dacia Sandero has been the best-selling car in Spain last December. After several months in the background, the one that was the best-selling car throughout 2020 regains its throne with the aim of closing the year in the best possible way. Despite the fact that it is practically impossible to close the gap with respect to the Seat Arona and the Hyundai Tucson, Dacia promises to fight until the end in the fight to become the best-selling car of 2021.

This is how he has made it known the joint note made by the associations ANFAC, Faconauto and Ganvam, in which it is reflected that during the month of November there was a drop in registrations of 12.3% in all market segments compared to November of last year. An atypical scenario that leaves us unexpected winners and losers when it comes to best-selling cars. Did you know which have been the best-selling cars of the past month of November?

These have been the best-selling cars of the past month of November

According to the report on passenger car registrations, the Dacia Sandero was the best-selling car last November with 2,264 units sold. Dacia’s most popular vehicle has prevailed over others such as the Hyundai Tucson and the Peugeot 2008, ranked second and third according to the list drawn up by Faconauto with 2,105 and 1,996 units sold over the past month.

Beyond these first three vehicles, the joint notemade bythe associations ANFAC, Faconauto and Ganvam highlights others such as the Toyota Corolla (1,684), the Peugeot 208 (1,669) and the Toyota C-HR (1,596). Also others such as the Nissan Qashqai (1,533), the Volkswagen T-Roc (1,370), the Citroen C4 (1,369) and the Seat Arona which, with 1,328 units sold last November, closes the ranking in tenth place in the ready.

The best-selling cars so far this year

Regarding the list of best-selling vehicles of the year, the fight is fiercer than ever. The victory of the Dacia Sandero last November means that we have up to three candidates to win the title of the best-selling car of 2021. Although its chances are remote, the Romanian firm still has hopes of revalidating the title.

However, everything indicates that this year’s victory will be for the Seat Arona. Despite the fact that this month it only counted 1,328 new units, the Spanish firm’s vehicle leads the ranking with 20,053 vehicles sold throughout the year. First ahead of the Hyundai Tucson, which remains in second position with 18,835 and the Dacia Sandero, in third position with 18,252 cars sold. Who will win the title of the best-selling vehicle of 2021?

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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