5 Best-selling cars in Britain!

Over the years in Britain cars have not only been involving in technology, the styling and complete outlook on the car has increased vastly. The likes of Ford, Volkswagen and Nissan have also kept their design at a high standard just like the high end market cars like Mercedes and BMW.

April had also seen a slight decline in alternatively fuelled vehicle registrations, but May saw this market bounce back with a record market share of 4.4%. Over 8,000 alternatively fuelled new cars were registered in May, 46.7% more than May 2016. This means nearly 50,000 hybrid, electric and hydrogen fuel-cell cars have been registered in the UK so far this year.

Diesel cars continue to look decidedly out of favour, with a 20% reduction in May registrations compared to 2016. This is undoubtedly linked to the May changes in Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), replacing the system that had favoured small diesel engines. Meanwhile, petrol-engined cars increased their market share by nearly half a percent.

1. Ford Fiesta Hatchback

The Ford Fiesta has been the UK's best selling car since going on sale in 2008, and once you've driven one, it's quite easy to see why. The Fiesta is quite simply one of the best all-round small hatchbacks available today. Despite being almost eight years old, there are still very few rival models that can match the Fiesta’s blend of versatility, comfort and driving enjoyment. And with a range of very frugal petrol and diesel engines, as well as decent residual values, it’s cost-effective to own