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Top performers in September sales


WE LIKE to keep an eye on vehicle sales figures every month, here at Autodealer. Naamsa recently released its September figures and we have selected cars that have performed particularly well despite the fact that, overall, the market has seen a decrease.

BMW i8 - This next-generation sports car found 14 new homes this past month, outselling its all- electric sibling the i3, which only recorded one sale.

Jeep Grand Cherokee - We believe this is the best car that Jeep currently makes and therefore it’s not surprising that it was the brand’s best seller with 166 units sold in September 2015.

Fiat 500L - We didn’t think that we’d ever see this car on this list however, with 41 units sold it was seriously close to overtaking its smaller sibling, the 500, which recorded 42 sales.

Ford Fiesta - For the first time in quite a while, the Fiesta out-sold its stable-mate, the Eco Sport, by 933 units to 919 units, respectively.

Honda HRV - The brand’s new compact crossover was its second-best seller with 179 units versus the best-selling Brio, with 180 units.

Mazda CX-5 - The CX-5 SUV was Mazda’s best-selling car in September with 233 units sold versus the second-best Mazda3 with 231 units.

Nissan NP200 - The light commercial vehicle segment is always hotly contested and this month the sales crown goes to the NP200 with 1 606 sales versus the 1 382 units achieved by the Chevrolet Utility.

Renault Clio - The Clio had a brilliant month, with 779 units sold making it the best-selling car in the Renault stable for September, with the Sandero coming in a close second, with 649 units.

Toyota Corolla/Auris/Quest - This trio sold a combined 2 868 units in September, which made these models the best-selling passenger Toyotas with the soon-to-be-replaced Hilux, still selling some 3 431 units in the commercial segment.

Volkswagen Polo Vivo - An astonishing 4 180 units were sold in September, almost doubling the new Polo, with 2 259 units, which is already a segment leader in terms of sales.

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