New vehicle registrations off and away to a powerful begin in The month of january

Britain’s new vehicle market has off and away to the most powerful begin to the entire year since 2007, using more than 164,000 registrations in The month of january.

New figures in the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reveals that The month of january marked the 35th consecutive month of recent vehicle growth.

As many as 164,856 new cars were offered within the United kingdom within the first month of 2015, an increase of 6.7 percent compared with similar period this past year. Sales of company cars were particularly high, using more than 89,000 vehicles visiting the fleet sector, while sales of alternatively fuelled vehicles increased by greater than 60 percent on this past year, with 4598 units offered.

Regardless of this strong begin to the entire year, however, SMMT leader Mike Hawes is advocating caution, saying he expects “to see some levelling off through the year”.

“Demand has returned to pre-recession levels following record-breaking growth,” he stated.

UK’s best-selling cars in January 2015

1 – Ford Fiesta – 8674 units registered

2 – Vauxhall Corsa – 6879

3 – Ford Focus – 4824

4 – Nissan Qashqai – 4676

5 – Volkswagen Golf – 4387

6 – Audi A3 – 3648

7 – Mercedes-Benz C-class – 3534

8 – Volkswagen Polo – 3517

9 – Fiat 500 – 3145

10 – Vauxhall Astra – 2996

 

 

 

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  1. Needing a group to do content vs. enjoying to do content with a group is very different. I just started playing Skyforge, and I COULD go solo if I wanted to. It&1quo;s totally an option. But I choose to do it with a group because it&1quo;s fast and it&1quo;s fun. That&1quo;s what a lot of games are really lacking: Fast and fun. That&1quo;s not to say it isn&1quo;t hard. And isn&1quo;t cheap as hell. Friggin&1quo; one shot kills and all, but the game itself is pretty fun. Now if it didn&1quo;t have weekly caps…
    Ahem. Back on topic. So what if games are solo friendly? I played FFXI and the only way to level in that game was a party. If no one was playing, then you couldn&1quo;t play. It made it hell for people like me who had weird schedules to play, and I could play at a comfortable pace. FFXI was a pretty sweet game, but needing a party to do EVERYTHING killed it for me.

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