Vauxhall has continued its dominance within the commercial sector, with new figures showing that its vans are continuing to prove popular.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) revealed that Vauxhall managed to sell more vans to retail customers than any other manufacturer on the market for the second year in a row.
Officials stated that the Luton-based firm shifted over 11,000 vehicles to businesses within the sector, which helped it to improve its market share to 16.11 per cent and once again showed its dominance.
Richard Collier, Vauxhall’s national commercial vehicle sales manager, said: “Despite an increasingly competitive market, Vauxhall continues to provide customers with compelling offers supported by high quality, fuel-efficient vans with low running costs and superb manufacturer support.”
It has been a highly successful year for Vauxhall with the company’s Combo, Corsavan and ecoFLEX models all recently being honoured at the What Van? 2013 awards.
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