Sit high, feel safe: on SUV Driving is becoming more and more exciting for drivers, and the number of registrations is increasing. More than ten percent of new registrations are now SUVs. Some models are particularly popular.
The VW Tiguan has played a leading role almost since its market launch. This year, 18.726 car buyers have already opted for the compact SUV from Wolfsburg. With his dominance in the class, he copied the bestseller Golf - of which around 20.000 units are regularly sold every month.
In second place is currently the Opel Mokka mini SUV, 10.272 units have been newly registered since January. The third and fourth place compact models Ford Kuga (9.757) and Nissan Qashqai (9.232) are regularly in a head-to-head race. The Audi Q3 is in fifth place with 8.561 units.
If you want to be trendy but don't want to drive mainstream, look at the lower end of the registration statistics. There, for example, he comes across Nissan Murano, Peugeot 4008 or Lexus RX, all of which have only been approved a good 50 times.
Author: Hanne Lübbehüsen / SP-X