Vauxhall has topped the Scottish new car sales market for the fifth consecutive year, with total sales last year of 26,901 in the region, nearly 7,000 units more than its closest rival.
The Corsa was also Scotland’s most popular car, selling a total of 10,660 units last year.
This is the fourth consecutive year that the Corsa has taken the car sales crown in Scotland.
The Astra was the second best-selling model, posting 8,384 sales.
“2010 has been yet another landmark year for us in Scotland,” said Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s managing director.
“We really appreciate the high level of customer loyalty north of the border, backed up by a first-class dealer network.
"Vauxhall is going from strength to strength at the moment and we’re looking forward to revealing a raft of new, exciting models during 2011, including the new-look Corsa, coming next month.”