The UK’s most popular cars from 2023 have been revealed, and not all is as expected. With almost 50,000 registrations, find out which car has dethroned the Ford Fiesta as the UK’s most popular car of the year.
Price: From £24,660
The Vauxhall Mokka is a small yet stylish SUV. The choice of a 1.2 litre petrol engine, a 1.5 litre diesel engine and the fully electric Mokka-e, helped to cement its place in the top 10.
The Mokka is equipped with technology like cruise control, a panoramic 180º rear view camera and a 7-inch infotainment system.
Price: From £28,650
The Audi A3 comes in either a saloon or sportback model. With an acceleration of 0-62mph in 8.3 seconds, the A3 is modest but powerful.
The A3 has parking assist, cruise control as well as a selection of other tech to make your life easier while you drive.
Price: From £20,985
Newly hybridised, the Nissan Juke offers a simple and streamlined driving experience and 21% more efficiency than the standard petrol model for a much smoother journey.
The Juke is fitted with ProPILOT Assist, which helps with recognising traffic signs, blind spot intervention and high beam assist.
Price: From £22,935
Something of a classic, the Mini continues to be one of the most popular cars in the UK. Thanks to some sleek design updates, the exterior of the car is looking fresher than ever.
The Mini features an 8.8-inch touchscreen to make your experience even better, plus Driving Assist and Apple CarPlay.
Price: From £31,500
The Hyundai Tucson is a mid-sized family SUV which stands out due to its angular design. The Tucson comes as a standard petrol car, or you have the option of three different hybrid models depending on your need.
Hyundai Tucson’s are fitted with Bluelink services, allowing for online voice recognition, route planning and climate control, all available on your mobile phone.
Price: From £44,990
Every Tesla model has that sleek, futuristic look and the Model Y is no different. The 15-inch touchscreen allows for an immersive experience while driving, and it can even entertain your passengers as well.
The Model Y comes with an innovative roof made of layers of acoustic glass, providing protection from UV rays, glare and heat whilst still allowing you to enjoy the sun.
Price: From £29,375
Kia are on their fifth iteration of the Sportage model, and it just keeps getting more stylish. The Sportage has sleek lines that give it a sporty and dynamic look with an edge of sophistication.
The curved driver display gives a spacious and central feel to the Sportage and is equipped with the latest tech innovations to make your drive easier.
Price: From £19,275
The Corsa is now on its sixth generation and is just as popular as ever, thanks in part, to the availability of a petrol, hybrid and fully electric engine
The Vauxhall supermini comes with Driver Assist tech, such as speed sign recognition, adaptive cruise control and a driver drowsiness system which lets you know when it’s time to pull over.
Price: From £27,120
The Nissan Qashqai pioneered the crossover of a family hatchback and SUV back in 2007, today it’s only available as a hybrid or electric vehicle, with no purely petrol or diesel model available.
The Qashqai is equipped with a detailed Head-Up Display which provides the speed limit, road directions and lane assist all without you having to take your eyes off the road.
Price: From £25,640
Ford continues its tradition for producing reliable cars in the shape of the Puma. It’s no wonder the SUV crossover has been such a success as its design is inspired by the Fiesta, sleek SUV which held the top spot of most popular car in the UK for 12 years in a row.
You can equip your Puma with Driver Assist, Parking Assist and countless other bits of tech to help your drive go smoother.
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