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Ireland 2020. Best selling cars ranking

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Some more great quotes from Thoreau’s Walden
Thursday November 05, 2020

I’ve been re-reading and wanted to share a few new favorites: One farmer says to me, “You cannot live on vegetable food solely, for it furnishes nothing to make bones with”; and so he religiously devotes a part of his day to supplying his system with the raw material of bones; walking all the while […]

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Ireland Best Selling Cars up to September of 2020 saw the Toyota Corolla still on the market throne, still followed by the Hyundai Tucson. Impressive performance scored by the Ford Focus, jumping in 4th place, while the Nissan Qashqai slipped 6 positions.
In the best-selling cars ranking up to September 2020, the Toyota Corolla remained the market leader while gaining 0.6 points of share from the previous year, reaching 4.4% with 3.721 units sold.
In second place, the former leader Hyundai Tucson, holding 3.5% with 2.949 units, ahead of the Volkswagen Tiguan -up 1 spot- with 2.869 units sold (3.4% share) and the Ford Focus -up 4 spots- with 2.449 units sold (2.9% share).
In fifth place, the Hyundai Kona -up 2 spots- with 2.293 units (2.7% share), followed by the Volkswagen Golf with 2.112 units (2.5% share) and the fast-growing Toyota C-HR -up 3 spots- with 2.053 units sold (2.4% share).
Closing the top 10, we find the Skoda Octavia -down 3 spots- with 1.958 units sold (2.3% share) and the Nissan Qashqai -falling 6 spots- with 1.864 units (2.2% share) ahead of the Toyota Yaris -down 1 spot- with 1.846 units (2.2% share).
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for top 50 Models.

Top 6 Reasons Canadians Are Turning To Online Lenders For Car Title Loan Alternatives
Monday December 21, 2020

People in Canada will probably find themselves experiencing a shortage of cash when bridging a funding gap at some point in their lives. And, with the current situation, this might be your case, especially if your job or business has been hit by the coronavirus crisis. It’s where loans come in handy. In the past, […]

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