Top 10 Best-Selling Cars In The United Kingdom - 2004 Year End

2004 Ford Focus European version
Britons registered 2.57 million new vehicles in 2004, a slight 0.5% decline from 2003 levels. UK-built vehicles fuelled 18% of the market. The Ford Focus was the best-selling car for the sixth consecutive year.

The Focus took up the best seller's mantle from the Ford Fiesta, which had been the UK's most popular vehicle for three consecutive years. Previous to that point, the Focus's predecessor, the Escort, was the UK's top-seller in four consecutive years going back to 1992.


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9% of the new vehicles sold in the UK in 2004 were Focuses or Fiestas. They were joined on the best sellers list by two Peugeots, two Vauxhalls, two Renaults, one Volkswagen, and their bigger brother, the Mondeo.

These were the UK's ten best-selling vehicles in calendar year 2004.

Rank
Best-Selling Car
2004
2003
%
Change
#1
Ford Focus
141,021 131,684 7.1%
#2
Vauxhall Corsa
101,625 108,387 -6.2%
#3
Ford Fiesta
89,295 95,887 -6.9%
#4
Peugeot 206
86,605 82,667 4.8%
#5
Renault M├ęgane
86,569 71,660 20.8%
#6
Vauxhall Astra
85,087 96,929 -12.2%
#7
Renault Clio
72,412 83,972 -13.8%
#8
Volkswagen Golf
69,784 67,226 3.8%
#9
Ford Mondeo
60,441 60,046 0.7%
#10
Peugeot 307
58,742 na na
Source: Manufacturers via SMMT

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