Cars

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills written question – answered at on 25 March 2015.

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Photo of Lord Pearson of Rannoch Lord Pearson of Rannoch UKIP

To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many new cars the United Kingdom registered in (1) 2013, and (2) 2014, by (a) country of destination, and (b) marque.

Photo of Lord Livingston of Parkhead Lord Livingston of Parkhead The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, The Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

The total number of new cars registered in the UK in 2013 was 2,476,435.

In 2014 the figure was 2,264,737.

Data on the country of destination is not held

Total registrations are shown by marque. However as these are all registered in the UK, there is no country of destination, as this would only apply to cars exported from the UK.

REGISTRATIONS OF NEW CARS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM - BY MARQUE

2013

2014

Abarth

1,352

1,642

Alfa Romeo

5,687

5,523

Aston Martin

926

864

Audi

142,040

158,987

Bentley

1,231

1,472

BMW

135,583

148,878

Chevrolet

11,676

2,774

Chrysler

2,515

1,982

Citroen

78,358

83,397

Dacia

17,146

23,862

Fiat

60,198

67,162

Ford

310,865

326,643

Honda

55,660

53,544

Hyundai

76,918

81,986

Infiniti

386

746

Jaguar

16,210

18,401

Jeep

2,229

3,909

Kia

72,090

77,525

Land Rover

54,699

56,200

Lexus

9,014

11,572

Lotus

256

235

Maserati

319

1,194

Mazda

31,228

37,784

Mercedes-Benz

109,456

124,419

MG

504

2,326

Mia

5

5

MINI

51,933

53,661

Mitsubishi

9,044

15,805

Nissan

117,967

138,338

Perodua

206

29

Peugeot

105,435

103,566

Porsche

8,260

9,160

Proton

20

11

Renault

46,173

66,334

Saab

3

3

SEAT

45,312

53,512

Skoda

66,081

75,488

smart

5,314

4,342

Ssangyong

662

1,542

Subaru

2,271

2,793

Suzuki

33,088

37,395

Toyota

88,648

94,012

Vauxhall

259,444

269,177

Volkswagen

194,085

214,828

Volvo

32,666

41,066

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