D he admission king in Germany in April is hardly surprising the VW Golf. There are also plenty of other group models in the top 10. The VW Passat again took second place. Third is the A3 from VW subsidiary Audi. The VW Polo follows in fourth place. The first non- 'VW' is the Ford Focus in 5th place, followed by the Opel Corsa. 7th place sees a VW again with the Tiguan. Then, with the Mercedes C-Class and the Opel Astra, other non-VW models will follow. The top 10 will then be decided by the Audi A6 - again from the VW group.
Skoda Fabia wins import title
The strongest import model is the Skoda, no, not Octavia, but Fabia in 15th place. The first Spaniard follows in 17th with the Seat Leon. 19th place goes to the Mini, who is the best-placed Brit in the April statistics. Italy and France intervene in the registration process with the Fiat 500 and the Renault Clio in places 27 and 28. 34th place sees the Nissan Qashqai, the first Japanese in the ranking. The first Korean follows in 37th place with the i30 from Hyundai. The top 50 concludes with the Dacia sandero, who is also the best and only Romanian in the list.