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Uk New Car Registrations Fell 8.9Pc In September

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/transport/8046177/UK-new-car-registrations-fell-8.9pc-in-September.html

UK new car registrations fell 8.9pc in September
New car sales dipped last month compared with the scrappage-boosted figure in September 2009, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reported.
Published: 10:01AM BST 06 Oct 2010
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A total of 335,246 new vehicles were registered in September 2010 – an 8.9pc fall on the total for the same month last year, the SMMT said on Wednesday.
The 2010 year-end new car sale total is now expected to reach two million –slightly up on 2009.
These were the best-selling models in September 2010:
1. Ford Fiesta
2. Vauxhall Corsa
3. Vauxhall Astra
4. Ford Focus
5. Vauxhall Insignia
6. Volkswagen Golf
7. Mini
8. Peugeot 207
9. Ford Mondeo
10. BMW 1 Series

Its the car purchaseless recovereh.

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A clear sign of depression: BMW is only the 10th most popular brand. So much suffering...

The 3 series used to always be in the top 10. Sign of the times.

Looks like the US duo still dominate. Ford and Vauxhall. I love my Mazda 6 which is sort of a Ford except cheaper because it is still made in Japan.

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