October vehicle deals

Passage’s all-vanquishing Focus got back to the top in October after its shock drop to second following a 40-month rule when it was surpassed by the Vauxhall Corsa in September.

The diesel market is as yet solid, inciting the SMMT to appraise that complete 2003 diesel deals will be 27% of the market, contrasted and last year’s record 23.5 percent.

Worldwide Motors Group had a guard month with deals up 53% on last year, on account of the new Subaru Legacy (above) compensating for a terrible showing at Isuzu.

Daewoo’s recuperation go on apace, with its great new reach prodding October deals of 1446, a larger number of than multiple times last year’s figure.

Little British makers commended a guard month, with TVR, Noble and Caterham by and large accomplishing a 450 percent rise.


Citroën and Peugeot lost 48% and 19 percent separately contrasted with last October. A 10 percent droop on last October and more fragile Elise deals (right) have added to add up to Lotus deals being down a quarter on 2002.

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