Innovative Ioniq leads Hyundai’s 171 charge
Hyundai is poised to maintain its top spot in new car sales thanks to the addition of three new models in time for the ‘171’ registration period
New car sales data for 2016 to the end of October show that Hyundai is the top-selling manufacturer, with an unprecedented 10.6 per cent of the market – or 15,409 vehicles.
While Volkswagen and Toyota are only a few hundred units behind, it’s a seismic shift for the Korean brand.
What’s more, of the top three, Hyundai is the only make to have a single car in the top 10 sellers list, with its highly successful...
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