N It's rarely the case in the top of new car registrations right off. But sometimes it does. In November, the Renault Clio and its brother Mégane stand out. Both made good leaps forward. The high rates of commercial owners - 75 and 80% - suggest an initiative by the manufacturer. So it might be. The Clio climbs to 23rd place, the Mégane climbed to 31st place. The Clio is thus also the best-placed French.
BMW 3 Series again in the top 10
As always, the Golf is at the front from the VW stable. Behind this, the Polo positioned itself in front of the Passat in November. The Mercedes C-Class moves into fourth place in the VW phalanx. The VW Tiguan falls back to 5th place. This is followed by the Opel Astra, the Skoda Octavia as the best import model and the Opel Corsa. The BMW 3 Series is back in the top 10 in 9th place. These are completed by the Mercedes E-Class.
The Spaniard with the highest registrations is the Seat Leon in 13th place, the first British listed is the Mini in 22nd. The first Italian is in 34th place with the Fiat 500. Korea claims 37th place with the Hyundai Tucson. The first Japanese is the Nissan Qashqai in 40th position. A newcomer to the top 50 is the Seat Ateca, which took 44th place. Here, the rate for commercial registration is only 32.4%.
Note: The registration statistics are the official information from the Federal Motor Transport Authority in Flensburg. The division into the respective classes is carried out by the manufacturer using a key number. The statistics can also show models that are not available on the German market or that are no longer being built. This peculiarity can occur with the KBA statistics if e.g. foreign vehicles are registered in Germany for the first time or vehicles have a new ID number. received.