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Vauxhall Insignia tops Auto Trader's fastest selling used car poll

2012 Vauxhall Insignia

The Vauxhall Insignia was the fastest selling used car in November, according to data collected by Auto Trader.

The 2012 Vauxhall Insignia hatchback petrol variant, with manual transmission, sold in an average of just 20 days across the UK.

> For details of the fastest selling used cars in your region view the data here.

The Corsa and Volkswagen Touran also proved popular, as the fastest selling used vehicles in London, East Midlands, Wales and Yorkshire.

November 2015 also sees the second ever appearance of an alternative fuel vehicle in the overall fastest selling top 10, with the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander MPV electric hybrid coming in third place, averaging 24 days to sell – just four days behind the Insignia.

The Mitsubishi hybrid was the only vehicle in the top 10 to average in excess of 100% price position.

Fastest selling used cars in November 2015

Countdown of the fastest selling used cars in November 2015. Source: Auto Trader

The Nissan Note stayed close to its Sunderland roots as it dominated in the North of England for the 12th month running, proving fastest selling in both the North East and North West.

The Ford Fiesta was first, second and third fastest selling in Northern Ireland (2012, 2014 and 2013 models, all petrol manual).

The fastest seller figures are reported by Auto Trader monthly.

Karolina Edwards-Smajda, Auto Trader retailer and consumer products director, said: “November was a strong month for Vauxhall, with the Insignia named the overall fastest selling model this month, and other Vauxhall products performing well in multiple regions.

“But perhaps the most interesting find of all was the Mitsubishi Outlander MPV electric hybrid, marking the second time ever an alternative fuel vehicle has made the top 10 fastest selling nationally – highlighting the UK’s growing appetite for hybrid models.

“The overall market remains solid with the average market days to turn, averaging 64 days and i-Control customers continuing their strong performance, turning their cars in 30 days using market intelligence data to manage their forecourts”.  

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